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1. Good News: Where the Intel is Good
Bill Clinton's IQ of 159 is a tad more than three standard deviations
above the mean, making him one of the smartest Presidents ever. The
next Democrat to hold that office is about two standard deviations below the
mean (based on his C- grades and also the many stupid things he said when
not reading off the teleprompter). If you continue that trajectory on a
graph, it would put Brainless Biden at about six standard deviations below
the mean. He's astoundingly stupid, as the whole world has witnessed during
the clown show he's put on since the coup.
Send these moron alert videos to people you know. It looks like a long
list, but it's merely a small sampling of the idiocy spewed by two
Defending Against Socialism/Communism
Socialism is an ideology under which everyone is equally miserable and dirt poor. Except those
who run the system (they become filthy rich). "Woke" is a tool that
socialism advocates use to spread stupidity. "Woke" is short
for, "My bwain is bwoke." Anybody who is "woke" clearly has a
bwoken bwain. Communism is the same as socialism, but without property
rights. We have been steadily moving out of socialism into communism for a
while now. But we are pushing back against the psychopaths, retards, and
criminals who have nearly completed the destruction of everything we sane
people value. And we are pushing back hard.
Disney is not doing well.
Americans are not buying the lies about the economy.
"If the Republicans get into power, they will destroy all the power the
Democrats have made." Sounds like a strong call for a red tidal wave and
ZERO Democrats left in office. Anywhere.
- Zuckerberg's communist alternative to Twitter has fizzled out. User
engagement plummeted within days of its launch. Facebook itself is headed in
that direction, as more and more people realize they were duped and
manipulated and they resent that. And as more and more people suffer under
Comrade Biden's communist regime, which came to power as the result of an
election that Zuckerberg helped steal. Going hungry has a way of clearing
the mind, apparently.
- The socialists immerse public school students in their bizarre ideology
all day long. This has proven effective at pushing impressionable youth to
see socialist ideas as somehow desirable. But since the coup, the vitriol
and toxicity have massively increased. Consequently, as American Action News
reports, "There has been a substantial surge in high school boys aligning
with conservative ideologies. According to federal surveys of American
youth, these boys are close to twice as likely to self-identify as
conservatives than liberals."
- The communist banana republic formerly known as "The United States" has
been plundered heavily since the coup and the gross mismanagement by the
Brainless administration has had the predictable effect of causing the
country to lose its perfect credit rating. As of this writing, only one
credit agency made the move. But you can bet others will follow.
- The credit rating issue should serve as a wake-up call to millions more
Americans, perhaps enough to overcome the election fraud that is normal in
the battleground states. And maybe in time for the 2024 election. Whether
President Trump will be elected to office a third time is hard to say due to
the witch hunt and fake criminal charges, but even if he wins a third time
the communists won't let him assume office. We'll have to see what happens
in the primaries.
- You can bet the only sane contender (at this time, RFK, Jr.) for the
Democrat nomination won't get nominated because the Democrat top dogs
ignored the Democrat voters the last time. RFK, Jr. might be better off
running as a Republican, since his own party will toss him under the boss.
His biggest liability is his (fairly high) IQ. They will choose (yet again)
somebody significantly dumber than a rock. Obama ranks among the four worst
Presidents of all time but like Wilson and FDR he has an IQ is somewhere
above zero. And he can be rather charming, unlike Biden. Finding someone
dumber and/or more offensive than Biden might not be possible, but I'm sure
the Democrats will think of something.
- This needs to happen in every communist country in the USA where the
police have been defunded, there's "gun control," or in some other way the
government protects criminals and punished their victims. This happened in
the criminal-coddling People's Republic of California:
There will be more of it, because we normals are sick of being treated as if
our only purpose in life is to serve as prey for criminals.
The Ongoing Covid Scam: Tidbits
2. Product Highlight
The Rocket Pen is a life-changer for students and adults with reading
difficulties. Scan words or lines from any screen (e.g., tablet, smart phone,
computer) or printed material, and it not only reads to you but provides word
definitions, word breakdown, and more to teach you to read (by "you" we mean the
person you buy this for). The Rocket Pen Reader gives the reading-challenged
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These features were added with the latest release:
- Has dictionary lockout and ExamRead feature, so it doubles as an exam
- Left-hand user mode.
- Scan left to right mode.
- Fast shutdown.
- Selectable voices for playback of scanned text.
- Selectable UI language: English (default) or Spanish.
Other features and benefits:
- Allows students or adults with reading difficulties to gain independence
and reading fluency without stigma.
- Reading tutor functions include spelling, syllabication (how the word is
"built"), and one word displayed in big font.
- Syllables break for each word.
- Direct lookup of phrasal verbs and idiomatic expressions (for example,
get ahead, get along, keep on, keep off, look forward to).
- Uses colors for the different fields, to improve the understanding of
the dictionary definition.
- You scan, it reads to you.
- Scans lines of text or individual words from almost any surface, not
just paper. It can read the text on a computer, tablet, or phone.
- Hear individual words or even multiple lines of text read aloud in natural voice.
- Completely self-contained, no computer or Wi-Fi required.
- Comes ready to use, no setup process (but customization can easily be
- Full 1.9 inch color touch screen, and simple physical buttons for
screenless scan and read.
- Multiple built-in dictionaries to search definitions including the New
Oxford American Dictionary (over twice the size of what the cPen uses) with Oxford Thesaurus of English (Americanized),
Oxford American Children’s Dictionary with Oxford American Children’s
Thesaurus, and English to Spanish dictionary.
- Built-in speaker automatically mutes when earbuds are used,
automatically unmutes when they aren't.
- Meets FCC, ROHS, and CE standards.
- Package includes ReaderPen, USB charging cable, Quick Start Guide, and
The Rocket Pen Reader is an affordable, powerful reading assistant and reading
tutor that erases the barriers created by dyslexia and other reading problems.
It can be used privately in the classroom, avoiding stigma, thanks to the
earbuds included in the kit (it can alternatively be used without earbuds).|
How it teaches reading
Before the early 1980s, public schools relied on phonics to teach reading.
This allowed any student to "sound out" a new, unfamiliar word and also
recognize its root and thereby often grasp its meaning even without a
dictionary. Then schools switched to the "Look See" method, which treated words
as individual pictograms to memorize. The results were dismal, plummeting the
USA from the top of the literacy ranks to the bottom among industrialized
The Rocket Pen puts phonics back in.
It also adds a context-driven dictionary and a context-driven thesaurus, both
powerful tools for improving reading skills. See the reading tutor functions in
the chart below.
It is the answer
The Rocket Pen Reader is the answer for helping the reading-challenged in the
classroom, special needs classes, home-schooling, and adult education. Because
of its mobile-friendly design, you can carry it with you and use it anywhere.
Not only does it read to you, it helps you learn to read (for example, by
showing you the syllable breakdown and the definition). It is super easy to use,
no need to watch a dozen videos to figure out what to do.
Based on the highly
successful ReadingPen 2 and vastly superior to the cPen Reader Pen, the
RocketPen is the latest generation in a reading tutor scanning pen. It is a
quantum leap or two beyond anything else on the market. This amazing device
retails for $499, sells for $399 on Amazon and Walmart.com, but is on sale
now for a limited time only via our eBay store at only $379!
It beats the competition
Compare the Rocket Pen to the competition. The winner here is obvious:
Words appear in large font
Scans phones, tablets, etc.
Scans blocks of text
Simple physical buttons
Ergonomic for kids
English and Spanish
Auto trigger upon contact
Easy menu navigation
Manufacturer experience, yrs
Reading Tutor Functions
New Oxford American
Oxford American Children’s
New Oxford American
Oxford American Children’s
Syllablication / word breakdown
Hear word spelled out
See word spelled out
Part of speech
Quick Define feature
3. Brainpower tip
Normal people readily see it takes a special kind of stupid to be "woke". The
absurdities spewed by the "My bwain is bwoke" crowd could easily be confused
with satire, since they conflict with the observable universe so starkly.|
Where does this special kind of stupid come from? How do you deal with such
If you connect a few dots, you see "woke" is all about victimhood, anger, and
blaming other people. The language is hyperbolic. We see words such as
oppression, injustice, and genocide but with no basis in reality. These people
cannot accurately point to any examples of such things. The terms aren't even
exaggerations, they are just used in a vacuum. And we see terms such as "micro
aggression" being used, as if this makes any sense. If it's "micro" then it's
not aggression. It's a very, very tiny slight that is probably not even
What do you see threading through all of this? Two very strong emotions. One
is anger, the other is hatred. They are angry at the non-woke, even though most
woke people either live at home with their non-woke parents or their jobs depend
on the nonwoke (even if they work for woke companies, ala Bed Bath and Beyond).
They hate people who do not agree with them, the intolerance and disdain for any
diversity from their ideological narrative are almost palpable.
When you have a strong emotional state like this, mental processing takes
place not in the reasoning part of the brain but in the "reptilian" part. This
is further compounded by their obsessive-compulsive need for approval, and since
they hate the non-woke they seek the approval of the woke. This means reasoning
with them is pretty much out of the question.
If you are the parent of a wokester, set boundaries and expectations. Don't
bail your kid out when s/he runs into trouble or inconvenience. Redirect the
blaming statements into questions about personal responsibility. For example,
when your kid blames capitalism for his/her lack of financial security respond
with a question like, "What steps have you personally taken to provide more
value to your employer and thus improve your own situation?" Make a point of
pointing out that capitalism provides opportunity and that's borne out by the
results while socialism makes everybody equally poor and disenfranchised and
that's also borne out by the results. This will likely trigger some
socialist/woke talking points. Show in interest, use the five questions approach
to get your kid to try to explain exactly how that works. Because it doesn't
work, your kid will be in the position of not being able to support his/her
beliefs. Don't argue, just keep asking questions. Allow time for a response,
In other circumstances, understand you are dealing with an irrational person
who isn't your personal responsibility per se but who is also part of a mindless
collective that has been doing immense harm. For these people, about all you can
do is sow the seeds of doubt and hope at some point they will flip their brain
switch to the ON position. The worst thing you can do is agree with them, either
through silence or through seeking "common ground" by giving in on a "minor
point". There are no minor points, you have to crack the facade. You don't need
to be nasty about it, in fact being nasty is counterproductive. Remember, they
are approval seeking beings. If they can see that they are accepted for who they
are even though their woke ideas are not accepted, you have shown them there's a
path to sanity.
Converting a sentient being to the "woke" state takes a long time. The
process typically begins in the failure factories we call "schools". When I was
a kid, schools stressed reading, 'riting, 'rithmetic, and reasoning. Woke
stresses illiteracy, innumeracy, and non-thinking. People who have been put
through this system yet can read, write, perform arithmetic, and reason are
commendable people who learned anyhow. But they are a minority. You may have
noticed the age demographics of the wokesters, and those demographics are due to
the school effect. Because it takes a long time to "de brain" a human being into
"wokeness", it can take a long time or at least many iterations to "re brain"
the person into sanity and sentience. Be patient and be kind, but also be firm.
A significant enough number of wokesters can nullify all the brain power of
normal people (including our best and brightest). That is one reason why a
disciplined response to wokeness is important. Be smart about how you interact
with woke people. Show that normal people aren't necessarily bad. You can simply
drop small truth bombs, and be effective.
An example is during "Pride month" I would see people dressed garishly
wearing T-shirts with some kind of hateful or obscene LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ statement.
I would make pleasant small talk with this person, perhaps a cashier at a store
or perhaps someone looking at the same merchandise I was, and then remark about
what a wonderful country this is because my parents' great grandparents came
here dirt poor and yet I was able to pay my own way through university with a
Master's Degree. Hard work and dedication, equal opportunity for all. The sun
really does shine. My message is so positive, the people I delivered it to had
no response. The victim of the woke brainwashing experiences cognitive
dissonance for a time. I leave the area before that time passes. I have sown the
seeds of sanity. If enough people do this, some seeds will sprout.
4. Finance tip
Excessive clutter comes at the cost of usable living space. It has other costs
too (several of which are brainpower-inhibiting), but let's just agree that
excessive clutter is undesirable and must be reduced to the practical minimum
and then some more. Ask almost anyone if they like clutter, and they will say
they don't. Yet, most people live in clutter and some live in extreme clutter.
What is the cause of this?|
I believe the main cause arises from feelings of
scarcity. You hate to toss anything out, because you might need it someday. This
leads to an ever-increasing collection of stuff. Despite all efforts to keep the
clutter catalogued, it is rare that the owner of the "in case I need it" item
finds it when needed. The solution is to buy the needed item anyhow. The "just
in case" item stays buried wherever you put it. I am notably less cluttered than
most people, yet I find this to be a problem that I have. A few weeks ago, I
paid $2.32 for fast shipping via Prime for an item I found in my possession only
four hours later.
Going through closets, drawers, and cabinets to remove clutter is rarely
effective because "in case I need it" rears its ugly head and you throw out very
little. You enter such a project prepared to make decisions, and those are with
a bias to keep things. Of course, if you have stuff sitting out on kitchen
counters, piled on the floor, or sitting in storage bins you can't find a place
for then you are not even at this point yet. You are at the point where you need
to rent a dumpster and keep that fee in mind as you decide (quickly) which items
to fill it with. Generally, aside from seasonal items, if you have stored it
then you don't need it.
A technique I have been using over the past year is project-based. I decide
to do a project, so (if it's a repair or build project) I go through my garage
cabinets looking for parts and supplies I might use. As I open the old coffee
cans (the old labels are hard to read) to find what I need, I come across items
that I clearly do not need. And I toss them. Recently, I decided to replace a
dimmer switch that wasn't acting properly anymore. I looked for a snap switch
(instead of running out to buy one). I found can with a spare light switch for a
car I had bought in 1979 and no longer own. I figured everything else in that
can, which I clearly had not opened in years, was not needed. I tossed it out.
Here are some typical items to toss out:
- Old cables. I need to do this, I have a bin full of cables. I know for a
fact it has many VGA cables. Since any monitor I would buy will have an HDMI
port (or two), these cables have no use. Donating them to charity simply
means overworked volunteers would need to trash them.
- Old containers. Plastic containers that have scratches on the inside
will harbor bacteria. Toss them.
- Old pots and pans. If the finish is damaged, you should not be using
these. Toss them.
- Excess ink pens. I used to buy boxes of disposable ink pens. Now I buy
either two-pack of such pens or buy a pack of refills for my cartridge pen
(I have only the one).
- Old bottles of corrective fluid (it's no good after X time), glue, etc.
- Paint stored more than 18 months. If you save a can of paint, do this.
Firmly secure the lid, store the can upside down (to prevent air from
entering), and affix a "Toss out by" date to the can. Why toss it out? After
this much time, you won't be able to mix the solids back into the paint. It
can possibly be done with a paint shaker machine (about $150 for a cheapo
model) and some patience. It cannot be done by stirring, even if you use a
power stirring tool (been there, done that). But you risk having unmixed
solids and a ruined project. It's cheaper, even at the Bidenflation prices
of paint today, to just buy new paint.
- Old clothes. If they are stained or thin, toss them. Donating them to
charity simply means overworked volunteers would need to trash them. Don't
cut jeans into rags, they make poor rags. Old gym socks can be used for this
purpose, and so can old polo shirts if the cloth is sufficiently thick. Old
sheets don't work well, and don't repurpose old underpants for anything.
- "Free" storage jars. People often keep old pickle jars to store things
in. The lids are made to seal under a vacuum, not to be re-used. A similar
thing applies to Ball jars and similar canning jars. Some people who "get
it" on this point will use the jars as drinking glasses and that's not smart
either (there's a reason why drinking glasses are made the way they are).
Toss the lids, rings, and jars.
- Old phones. You're never going to use that old phone again. You're
keeping it for an emergency? Hah! You still need to obtain and activate a
SIM for it; it's just as fast to get a new phone. Drop off any old phones at
a place that accepts electronics for recycling. If you still have old corded
phones, old caller ID units, and old answering machines get rid of them.
Your cell phone and/or your landline have caller ID and robust voice mail
- Old curtains and blinds. If you bought new ones, you did that for a
reason. The old ones will just collect dust and give you an unhealthy home
if you ever hang them up again.
- Old sheets, pillowcases, pillows, etc. These take up space. If you don't
use them, toss them.
- Old shoes. Shoes should not be donated to charity unless they've barely
been worn. Toss out ones that are in poor repair.
- Old chemicals. These leak from their containers. A neighbor was
notorious for his collection of chemicals, you could smell them from 30 feet
away when he opened his garage door. He died from lymphatic cancer and this
- Small appliances you never use. If they are in good shape, offer for
free on Next Door or donate to a shelter.
- Old pet supplies. If they are in good condition, donate to a pet
- Old underpants. Bill Clinton donated his to charity and the IRS let him
deduct $4 per pair. I donated two $65 dress shirts (in good condition) to
charity and the IRS let me deduct only $2 per shirt. Unless you are part of
an organized crime syndicate, it's better to just toss items like this.
- Old toothbrushes. These are nice for cleaning and a few other things.
But you don't need a 20 year supply. Keep a few around, and toss any that
get badly worn. You'll be "refreshing" the collection periodically anyhow.
- Chipped coffee cups, plates, etc. How much chipping you'll tolerate is
up to you. But if you aren't using something because it's chipped then toss
it out. If your entire set is pretty chipped up, then buy an entire new set
and toss out the entire old set. I personally have not done well on this
one, which is why I thought of it for this list.
- Don't keep old magazines. If there's an article you want to keep, scan
it into a library you keep on a data drive. I have a massive library, all
digitized and organized by topic. I code each file name with the date, also.
When using dates on computer files, always use the pattern YYYY-MM-DD to
permit sorting. This differs from the format used for humans, for obvious
- Pare down your book collection. I have a huge number of books, so it
might appear that I am a book hoarder. But I have given away far more books
than I have kept.
- Don't keep old birthday cards, etc. I digitized all the ones that used
to occupy cardboard boxes and I digitize any new ones.
Clutter is psychologically and financially expensive. Nobody wakes up to a
neat house and decides to spend the whole day cluttering it up. Clutter occurs
over time, due to not having yet established good habits for preventing it. To
correct the situation, do a couple of big decluttering sessions to change the
tone and then when doing a project look first at what you already have on hand
(that you can repurpose or use for the task at hand). While you're looking,
dispassionately toss something you can see you don't really need. This way, you
make one painless decision quickly instead of trying to make dozens in a row
that you just don't have the willpower to make. Over time, it "adds down" the
same way those needless acquisitions or failed toss-outs have added up.
5. Security tip
6. Health tip/Fitness tips
The photos tell you something important about my credibility in this area.
when these photos were taken, 2 days past my 62nd birthday:
Weight: 148.8lbs (a bit more than the Age 60 shoot, and I am
leaner for this one)
Bodyfat: Unknown, but well below what the Tanita scale says
Quads: 20.5 (an increase of half an inch since the Age 60
Max bench press: Unknown, but I do 4 sets of 10 reps with 150 lbs
to warm up on chest day
Max squat: Unknown, but I do 4 sets of 8 reps of front
squats with 90lbs to start Leg Day
Cholesterol: In normal range, on low side
Testosterone: Above the upper limit of the normal range
Last illness: 1971
Last workout missed: Spring of 1977
Training days per week: 6
Type of training: Split routine, heavy on supersets
Meals per day: 7 on training days, 6 on rest day
Percent of diet that is processed food: 0
Amount of meat, wheat, corn, or soy eaten annually: 0
Number of eggs eaten per day: Between 8 and 10
Some cool climbing videos:
all of my climbing videos here:
How many different plants per day do you eat in a typical week? Think for a
moment and write the number down. You can probably pat yourself on the back
for a job well done, but you also can probably do better.|
How many plants
are eaten daily in the typical American diet? If you think about it, the
answer is maybe two if you count the tiny bit of peas and carrots (both of
which are usually overcooked). I am not counting the toxic plants wheat,
corn, or soy. Nor am I counting fruit juices (endocrine modifiers) or
anything processed. This diet consists of sugar, seed oils, dead wheat
material (stripped of all nutrients), corn, soy, contaminated dairy
products, and severely contaminated meat. Not only is it boring, it's
Compare this to the bodybuilder diet plant count:
- One fruit, usually strawberries
- Sweet potato
That's nearly three times the variety, but still pretty unvaried. The
rest of the diet consists of contaminated meat or contaminated fish.
It's based on "macros" instead of "micros" and has to be suitable for
people who don't take the time to shop for food. Thus the total lack of
variety. Though a massive improvement over the typical American diet, it
still guarantees malnutrition.
Plants in my diet
My diet varies a bit, seasonally. It is plant-based (it also includes
eggs and butter). Here are the plants I ate daily in a recent week:
- Almond flour
- Beans, pinto
- Beans, charro
- Beet greens
- Beet root, red
- Beet root, golden
- Blueberries (frozen)
- Bok choy
- Butter lettuce, green
- Butter lettuce, red
- Chard, red
- Cherries (dried)
- Chickpea flower
- Coconut (oil)
- Dandelion leaf
- Eggplant (1 of 3 varieties)
- Garlic (diced)
- Greenleaf lettuce
- Kale, variety 1
- Kale, variety 2
- Lolla rosa
- Oak leaf lettuce, green
- Oak leaf lettuce, red
- Oats (rolled, raw)
- Olive (oil)
- Onion (thinly sliced)
- Pear (1 of 3 varieties) or citrus (orange, grapefruit)
- Pea powder from sprouted and fermented peas
- Pepper, not ground, used in dish or eaten whole (1 of 4
- Pepper, not ground, used in dish or eaten whole (2 of 4
- Pepper, not ground, used in dish or eaten whole (3 of 4
- Pepper, not ground, used in dish or eaten whole (4 of 4
- Red cabbage
- Reishi mushroom
- Rice, whole grain brown
- Rice powder from sprouted and fermented brown rice
- Squash (1 of 3 varieties)
- Sweet potato (1 of 2 varieties)
- Tomatoes (2 of 3 varieties)
- Walnut pieces
Other plant-sourced items include beverages, herbs, condiments, and
spices. Here is a partial list:
- Apple cider vinegar
- Basil (organic, home-grown)
- Chicory root, ground
- Coffee, black ground
- Coffee, green bean extract powder
- Habanero sauce
- Mustard (no sugar)
- Pepper, black peppercorns (ground)
- Pepper, cayenne (ground)
- Tea (1 of 4 varieties)
I also ate popcorn (popped in coconut oil) one one of those days,
but I don't count it as a daily intake because it wasn't.
Seasonally, I may add pumpkin (baking pies during cold winter
months) and honey (need the carbs for winter training) on top of any
normal seasonal rotation. That is, these are extras rather than
swapouts. Same thing for vanilla extract (from real vanilla beans),
mint, etc. During "off season", I eat less of some other things to
make room for nonhomogenized yogurt and nonhomogenized whole milk.
And I add salt to some meals because I don't eat salty snacks but do
engage in extreme sports (which cause massive perspiration and thus
Also not counted here is a plant-based amino complex
that I consider a game-changer (FundAminos). If you haven't tried
this, you are missing out.
Are you starting to imagine that
there's no way I am deficient in micronutrients? Well, it's not your
How do I find the time to eat so many different
foods? The key is to batch meal-prep. This cuts the time factor
hugely, versus trying to make individual meals six times per day.
The meal prepping also means determining the portions in advance. So
I never over-eat and never have to deal with leftovers. It's very
efficient and very healthy. I listen to audiobooks or engage in
phone conversations (that I otherwise would not have time for)
during meal prep, so that time isn't wasted in any way.
different approaches to meal-prepping. For example, some people make
a "soup stock" in huge quantities. Then they take a container out of
the freezer as they run low and prepare several meals from that. I
do this with beans. If you are used to making one-off meals,
experiment with larger batches of meal components. Then just put
them together as needed.
The cat who owns me
also eats a varied diet while the typical cat is dying from a baked
corn diet. My cat's diet includes a long list of meats, vegetables,
fruits, and fats. She gets raw egg twice daily; I Ieave just enough
in the mixing bowl for each omelet to satisfy her. When I bake, she
gets an extra bowl. She gets exactly zero wheat, corn, rice, sugar,
cottonseed oil, canola oil, or vegetable oil--none of which should
ever be fed to a cat, dog, or human.
Sometimes I buy canned fish
for her. It might be sardines, for example. Because she's so little,
I buy the smallest can and share it with her. I just add some to a
meal or two each day until it's gone. Never store food in an opened
can, always transfer to a glass bowl that has a sealable lid or to
www.supplecity.com, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative
articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to
do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:|
- The best workouts are short and intense.
- A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction
than the typical American diet.
Ancestors of every USA President owned slaves, until Donald Trump became
President. He was the first President who did not descend from slave-owners. No
wonder the liberals hate him. Yes, Barry Soetoro, aka "Obama", was also a
descendant of slave owners (which may explain why he pursued policies that were
so damaging to black people).|
8. Thought for the Day
Since nobody reads 12,000 page bills before Congress passes them up to the POTUS
(who also doesn't read them), why doesn't some freshman representative slip in a
line with term limits?
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The purpose of this publication is to inform and empower its readers (and save you money!).
The views expressed in this e-newsletter are generally not shared by socialists or
other brainwashed individuals. That's because those fools live in an alternate reality
and have not bothered to learn the basics of how life works. They cannot do
basic math, cannot apply logic, and cannot be bothered to learn the basic facts
relevant to any topic that they are passionate about.
Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified.
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