90 Miles From Tyranny : 2017-12-31

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Saturday, January 6, 2018

Why Mexicans need the wall

Girls With Guns

Brett Decker: ‘Trump in One Year Is Already Better Than 16 Years’ of Bush, Obama ‘Put Together’

“Trump in one year is already better than sixteen years of [George W. Bush and Barack Obama] put together,” said former Wall Street Journal editor Brett M. Decker, pointing to a current 17-year high in consumer confidence.

Decker, an expert on Asia and the bestselling author of Bowing to Beijing: How Barack Obama Is Hastening America’s Decline and Ushering a Century of Chinese Domination, joined Friday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with Breitbart News’s Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon and Senior Editor-at-Large Rebecca Mansour.

“The leading indicator, when you dig into the data on why consumer confidence is high, is because people are anticipating higher wages,” said Decker. “The economy and consumer, they work logically. … What you’re seeing [are] the consequences of positive policy.”

President Donald Trump’s economic policies incentivize economic investment in America, said Decker, noting the mobility of capital in the modern era. “Businesses and consumers are [responding] logically” to the Trump administration’s economic policies, he added.

Decker rejected narratives crediting former President Barack Obama’s economic policies with recently developing economic figures during Trump’s presidential tenure, framing such assertions as “absolutely crazy”: “You look at the unemployment numbers, and it’s 4.1 percent. I look at Obama and Bush kind of combined, when I look at their block of sixteen years. Anyone that says this is inheriting some kind of Obama economy, he had eight years, and in 2010, the unemployment rate was 9.6 percent, absolutely crazy. … This idea that it has anything to do with Obama is absolutely crazy.”

Dropping unemployment rates, said Decker, will not be welcomed by all persons or interests. “Big business” interests, he said, prefer higher rates of unemployment given their depressive effects on wages. He also praised Trump’s emphasis on expanding domestic manufacturing. “When there are fewer people looking for jobs, you have to pay those few people more to take those jobs. What scares me about this is big business … seeing the unemployment numbers go down, and they’re like, ‘Oh, no. We’re going to have to pay these people more. We better call Paul Ryan and get him to flood us with cheap immigrant labor.’ So not everybody who looks at these numbers gets excited. There are different kinds of reactions.”

Decker went on to say that “one of [his] favorite things that Trump has done [was when] he was with some of the automakers, and he pointed to the head of Toyota of America, he said, ‘You have to build plants here.’ Within a short period of time, Toyota canceled a factory they were building in Mexico and said they were going to put it in the U.S., instead. What is that, a few thousand extra...


So much for those ballyhooed new social media rules implemented at ESPN. The sports/leftist politics network came under fire last year for inflammatory comments made against President Trump.

In particular, there was unapologetic racist Jemele Hill’s tweets that the president was a “white supremacist” and her subsequent refusal to show contrition. If anything, she was proud of it.

Hill doubled down mere weeks later by going rogue and calling for a boycott of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys because of owner Jerry Jones’ tough stance on the kneelers. That one earned her a brief suspension but not a termination that a repeat offender could expect.

ESPN President John Skipper then announced a revamped social media policy and a statement that the network’s product was sports and not radical leftist politics. A mandatory all-staff meeting was held in which the law was laid down.

Shortly thereafter, Skipper resigned due to substance abuse issues and the leaderless network was once again a playground for Trump-hating, race-baiting troublemakers.

Like host Katie Nolan who promptly went on a talk show and blasted Trump as a f*cking stupid person. The kicker? She only received a slap on the wrist with a wet noodle from the suits at ESPN.

Via The Hill “ESPN says it has ‘addressed’ host’s ‘inappropriate’ comments on Trump”:

An ESPN spokesman said Friday that the network has addressed the “inappropriate” comments made by host Katie Nolan after she called President Trump a “f-king stupid person.”

Nolan made the comments in an appearance on...

California: Muslim migrant murders his two daughters following custody dispute

West Sacramento, California. That’s where this happened. Not Egypt. Not Pakistan. California. This is the culture the alt-left multiculturalists are foisting on Western societies. The #metoo movement hears, sees and speaks no evil when it comes to real misogyny and basic women’s rights. Much of their whining about ogling and lost movie parts are phony metoo-ism and vicious exploitation for some semblance of fame.

The numbers of honor killings are rising despite “increased awareness of the crime.” And why not? Honor killing and violence is in accordance with Islamic mores and tradition. Increased awareness would result in an increase in honor violence.

A recent survey showed that 91 percent of honor killings worldwide are committed by Muslims, and 84 percent of honor killings in the United States were done by Muslims. This is no surprise. A manual of Islamic law approved by Al-Azhar, the most respected authority in Sunni Islam, stipulates that “retaliation is obligatory…against anyone who kills a human being purely intentionally and without right.” However, “not subject to retaliation” is “a father or mother (or their fathers or mothers) for killing their offspring, or offspring’s offspring.” In other words, Islamic law sets no penalty for a parent who kills his child. Also, the legal codes of Jordan, Syria, and other Muslim countries have substantially reduced penalties for honor murders as compared to other murders, and Islamic clerics have resisted efforts to...


MINNEAPOLIS, MN (LeoHohmann.com) -The tragic story of what happened to Morgan Evenson two weeks before Christmas is starting to gain traction in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Ignored by the city’s largest newspaper, the Star Tribune, a second local TV station picked up the story Tuesday about the brutal attack by a Somali migrant that left the 26-year-old woman in a hospital bed with 14 stab wounds and a lacerated kidney.

It’s been nearly three weeks since a man described as a Somali immigrant attacked Evenson while she was walking home from work in uptown Minneapolis, slashing and stabbing her relentlessly while trying to drag her off of a public street.

She did not know the man and has no idea why he attacked her.

Police still haven’t made any arrests in the case but say they are working multiple leads.

The fact that a Somali migrant targeted a young white woman while walking alone, and that he remains on the loose, has women watching their backs.

Several women told Fox 9 KMSP they are afraid to walk alone on the streets of this popular shopping district that they previously thought was safe.

And now the victim herself is speaking out, revealing new information about her attacker that cast doubt upon the official police narrative about what happened that night.

Minneapolis police said after the Dec. 13 attack that they considered it an attempted robbery.

Crime Prevention Specialist Jennifer Neale told the Southwest Journal on Dec. 20: “We’re still scratching our heads about it, because it’s just so brazen,” noting the level of violence used to “get a purse.”

There’s only one problem with that statement.

Evenson says the man made no attempt to snatch her purse.

She fought back with all she had as he continuously thrust his knife into her torso, wrists, arms and shoulders. She resisted long enough for a male pedestrian to hear her screams and come running to her aid, sending the Somali attacker fleeing.

After being released from the hospital Evenson immediately moved out of state and said she fears for the safety of her friends still living in uptown Minneapolis, where she worked at the Apple Store in a shopping district that includes Victoria’s Secret, high-end jewelry stores and coffee shops.

She said she got a clear look at her attacker, whom she described as a black man in his early 20s, thin build, low-cut afro and a slight Somali accent.

He sneaked up from behind and tackled her to the ground, then started stabbing.

“I would say it was two to three minutes of struggling with him as he was dragging me through the snow,” Evenson told Fox 9. “This person who did this to me is still out there. I don’t know if he intends to do this to someone else, or if this was a one-time thing. Was it because I was a woman? Was it the color of my skin? Was it the...

Sessions not invited to Trump meeting; EPA chief reportedly interested in attorney general post

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is one of the few Cabinet members who will not attend an inner-circle legislative meeting hosted by President Donald Trump this weekend, fueling speculation about growing tensions between the two men.

Meanwhile, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, who will attend the meeting at Camp David, indicated this week that he’d be willing to lead the Justice Department, according to a report.

Pruitt has been telling close associates at the EPA that he would be up to fill Sessions’ shoes if Trump gives him the boot, one person familiar with the matter told Politico.

“Pruitt is very interested,” the person told the outlet. “He has expressed that on a number of occasions.”

Neither the White House nor the Justice Department responded to requests for comment from the New York Daily News.

But a Justice Department spokesman shed some light on why Sessions won’t attend the Camp David meet.

“We weren’t invited,” the spokesman told reporters Friday afternoon.

The relationship between Trump and Sessions has reportedly soured in recent months. Earlier this week, it was revealed that Trump dispatched his chief counsel to try to persuade Sessions to not recuse himself from the Russia investigation last year. But Sessions didn’t budge, and ended up recusing himself, sparking...

The Capitalist That Saved America

Morning Mistress

The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #128

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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I Have Been Seeing A Spike In Hits From Australia And New Zealand...

Do you know that water spins down your drains in the WRONG direction?
I'm in Florida, we have Alligators here. Crocodiles are like Alligators on Steroids!
Most of your Snakes are Poisonous?
Why isn't Sydney the capital of Australia?

As far as I'm concerned we have a shared cultural heritage and shared western values, I welcome you guys and appreciate your patronage!

Here are some past articles on your countries I have posted in the past, I hope you enjoy them:

A Matilda tank of the Australian 2-4th Armored Regiment on the Buin Road, Bougainville, 1945

Australia Sees Spike in Gun Crime Despite Outright Ban

Don't Worry, I Didn't Forget You New Zealand!

A meteor caught on dashcam in Tauranga, New Zealand

Girls With Guns

Tear Them Down...

Punking California...

Suicidal Idiots..

That Was Close!

More Animated Gifs:

New NSA Anti Tea Party Weapon...

Wrong Wire Faisel

That's Gotta Hurt...

Can You Say, Adrenaline Rush?

I Know There Is A Sun Tzu Quote In Here Somewhere..

It's A Drive Thru Now..

Roof Surfing Fail..

..and don't miss:

Time To Upset The Leftists!

Court orders Antifa activist Yvette Felarca to pay $11k for frivolous claims

  • A prominent Antifa activist has been ordered to pay $11,100 in attorney fees to the former president of the Berkeley College Republicans for filing a frivolous restraining order against him.
  • Troy Worden had been seeking up to $100,000 in damages, arguing that Yvette Felarca had abused the justice system by "filing baseless and vexatious lawsuits" designed to intimidate her political opponents.

A California court has ordered noted Antifa activist Yvette Felarca to pay over $11,000 in damages to former Berkeley College Republicans President Troy Worden.

The ruling, issued Wednesday, comes after a restraining order filed against Worden by Felarca was dropped in October, prompting Worden and his lawyer, Mark Meuser, to sue Felarca for damages and attorney fees.

related: Former Berkeley College Republican President sues violent Antifa activist for $100K

"The award of attorney fees should send a strong signal that she cannot abuse the court system to silence speech."

Harmeet Dhillon of the Dhillon Law Group, through which Meuser is representing Worden, said at the time that Felarca has a history of “filing and dismissing utterly frivolous cases against innocent targets” and pledged to hold her and her lawyers “accountable.”

“Felarca and her fellow travelers in BAMN [By Any Means Necessary]/Antifa need to learn that the California courts are not their personal plaything to use and abuse at will by filing baseless and vexatious lawsuits,” she added, with Worden noting that the “frivolous” restraining order prevented him from exercising his free-speech rights on campus.

Now, Commissioner Thomas Rasch of the Superior Court of Alameda County has ordered Felarca to pay Worden $11,100 in attorney fees, according to...

Not This Time Mullah..

U.S. Oil and Natural Gas Exports Soar

The United States is becoming a major oil and natural gas exporter. Canada and Mexico are purchasing natural gas shipped by pipeline from the United States and Cheniere Energy is shipping liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Sabine Pass export terminal to Europe, Asia and South America. Since 2015, when the ban on crude oil exports was lifted by Congress, U.S. oil companies have been exporting crude oil and are continuing to export petroleum products to areas around the world. China has become a regular recipient of U.S. oil and natural gas and in the first ten months of 2017 was the second largest importer of U.S. crude oil. The boom is due to U.S. ingenuity in applying horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing to extract oil and natural gas from shale rock, making the United States the largest oil and gas producer in the world and lowering energy prices for consumers.

U.S. Oil Exports

U.S. oil exports totaled $13.5 billion through September 2017; this is already a record high. In 2011, oil was the nation’s 146th-ranked export. Through September 2017, it ranked 15th.1 And through September 2017, the United States sent oil to 31 nations, up from ten countries in 2015 and four in 2011.

Asia is attracted to U.S. crude for a number of reasons: its refineries are configured to process high quality light, sweet crude that the U.S. oil companies produce from shale oil basins; U.S. crude is less expensive as the WTI trades at a discount to other oil benchmarks such as Brent; and cargoes can be bought on a spot basis, providing refiners flexibility to balance the conventional Middle Eastern supplies that are sourced via long-term contracts.2 In contrast to Asian refineries, the U.S. refining system operates with a heavier slate of crude oil.

When OPEC and Russia agreed to cut oil production to balance oil’s supply-demand fundamentals, the Middle East’s oil exports to China fell, encouraging China to diversify its suppliers. In 2017, China became the largest single buyer of U.S. seaborne crude. U.S. light, sweet crude is available for export from multiple U.S. terminals, is shipped in vessels of all sizes, is easy to process, helps to meet tightening product sulfur specifications in China and is priced to be exported. Nine ships carrying 369,000 barrels a day of crude oil left the United States for China in October 2017—a record high.3

In November 2017, 19.7 million barrels of U.S. oil was due to arrive across Asia, equivalent to about 657,000 barrels per day based on vessels that are currently underway, and those that are discharging or have discharged their cargoes. This is over 50 percent more than...

It Only Took Trump One Year To Fix Global Warming!

New Monthly Minimum Wage In Venezuela Barely Enough To Buy Daily Cup Of Coffee

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro announced a new increase in the minimum wage this year, but it’s only worth enough to purchase one a cup of coffee per day.

The new wage amounts to a daily income of 26,583 bolivars (US $0.26), which barely covers a coffee or a pie (20,000 bolivars US $0.2) at prices listed on December 31, 2017. Merely increasing the minimum wage won’t solve the economic problems facing Venezuela, which currently suffers from inflation of around 3,000 percent, as well as food and medicine shortages.

An average salary in Venezuela is 248,510 bolivars (US $2.20). With additional food stamps of 549,000 bolivars (US $5.49), the salary is barely equivalent to eight dollars. The income situation in Venezuela is so poor that a person earning a minimum wage can only buy six percent of most basic goods, which exceeded 13 million bolivars (US $130) in November 2017.

Maduro’s country has the lowest minimum wage in all of Latin America, despite his recent minimum wage increase and the six previous salary increases in 2017. A report in El Universal found monthly earnings in Venezuela to be the lowest of...

FBI Takes Aim At The Clinton Foundation

The Justice Department is investigating the Clinton Foundation to see whether or not it participated in any pay-to-play or other illegal activities while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, The Hill reported Thursday.

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents in Little Rock, Ark., are taking the lead in the investigation, having already interviewed at least one witness in the past month.

The agents are trying to determine whether the Clintons exchanged political favors for donations made to their charitable foundation. On a similar note, agents are also trying to decipher whether Hillary Clinton pushed favorable policies while acting as secretary of state for donations to the Foundation.

FBI agents are also investigating if the Clintons misused any charitable funds or tax-exempt assets through the Foundation for personal or political use. Reports surfaced in 2016 that alleged FBI officials in multiple...

Morning Mistress

The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #127

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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Great Photos: Texas Rangers - 1910

More Great Photos:

NASA X-ray Image Reveals The Hand of God..

Amazing Photos: The Parachuting Dogs Of World War II

A man standing atop a mountain of bison skulls that are about to be ground up into fertilizer 1870s

Amazing Photos Collection #1
Amazing Photos Collection #2
Amazing Photos Collection #3
Amazing Photos Collection #4
Amazing Photos Collection #5
Amazing Photos Collection #6 -or- Surreal picture of a Zeppelin under construction, circa 1935

Canal Street, New Orleans, circa.1910 or Photo Collection #7