90 Miles From Tyranny : 2019-03-24

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Saturday, March 30, 2019

Tucker Carlson Ends Brian Stelter's Career

The Media's Final Humiliation

Girls With Guns

Modern Day Book Burnings:

2020 - Why They Lost...

Team Trump releases 'Little Pencil-Neck Adam Schiff' tee

President Trump is taking his displeasure with U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., a step further with the sale of “Pencil-Neck Adam Schiff” T-shirts.

The term stems from a Trump campaign rally held Thursday in Grand Rapids, Mich., where the president blasted the House Intelligence Committee chairman over his Trump-Russia collusion claims. The tee features Schiff with a pencil for a neck and sells for $28, according to a tweet from the campaign website.

"Little Pencil-Neck Adam Schiff He spent two years knowingly and unlawfully lying and leaking. He should be forced to resign from Congress! Everyone should buy a Pencil-Neck Adam Schiff shirt today!,” the tweet reads.

Trump and Republicans have called for Schiff to resign from Congress after Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report found no evidence of collusion between Trump and Russia during the 2-16 presidential election.

Schiff has doubled down on his collusion claims, saying he believes evidence exists. Attorney General William Barr plans to submit the full version of Mueller’s report to lawmakers by “mid-April, if not sooner.”

The White House will not get a peek before the report's release.


Joe Biden Chokes His Chicken...

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There's Something Rotten In Chicago...

10 Offbeat Stories You Might Have Missed This Week (3/30/19)

Another week is in the history books, so it’s time to take a gander at a few bizarre and unconventional news items that you may have overlooked. If you need a little pick-me-up, you can check out last week’s list of happy, uplifting news here.There have been quite a few interesting discoveries made this week. In Canada, we find the world’s largest T. rex. In Pompeii, we find an ancient fast food joint. In France, we learn why Garfield telephones have been washing up on beaches for decades. In the dusty archives of England’s Durham University, we stumble upon a royal charter from 800 years ago.

10The Rex Of Rexes

Photo credit: Amanda Kelley
According to a paper published in The Anatomical Record, paleontologists in Canada have found the biggest Tyrannosaurus rex in the world, and they named him Scotty.The bones were actually discovered on a site in Saskatchewan back in 1991. However, they were encased in solid sandstone, so their careful excavation was an exceedingly slow process. Then came the arduous task of inspecting each fragment and piecing them all back together. When it was all said and done, researchers assembled approximately 65 percent of the skeleton.Analysis of the thigh bones revealed that Scotty was once a hefty dinosaur. From nose to tail tip, he measured 13 meters (43 ft) and weighed around 8,800 kilograms (19,400 lb).[1] Paleontologist Scott Persons from the University of Alberta dubbed him “the rex of rexes.”Scotty wasn’t just big; he was also possibly the oldest T. rex ever discovered. The previous record-holder, Trix, was around 30 years old when it died, but scientists believe Scotty is one or two years older. Not only that, but numerous signs of healed injuries show that the predator got into plenty of scrapes in his time but survived them all.

9Amazing Savings That Bring Back The Dead

Multiple shoppers at the Market Basket in Wilmington, Massachusetts, have reported seeing a Victorian-era ghost prowling the aisles. The first one who says she saw the phantom was Christiana Bush, an employee working at the bakery department. Since she mentioned it on social media, other people have come forward to report their own spooky sightings. They described the specter as a young woman with blue eyes, light skin, and dark hair. She is dressed in traditional clothing from the Victorian era.[2]A spokesperson for the chain of supermarkets assured their clients that their stores are ghost-free. However, if one of their shops was actually haunted, then the specter was probably attracted to their Victorian-era prices.

8Van Gogh Painting Is The Real McCoy

Photo credit: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
After three decades of doubts, a painting believed to be by Vincent van Gogh was identified as belonging to the Dutch master.The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, Connecticut, has owned Vase With Poppies by Vincent van Gogh since 1957, thanks to a donation by a private collector. However, for nearly 30 years, the painting has been gathering dust in storage. That’s because there were fears that it might be a fake.The first issue was that the generous donor, novelist Anne Parrish, didn’t have a well-known reputation as an art collector, so the history of the painting was murky. In 1976, historian Bogomila Welsh-Ovcharov brought up concerns regarding its authenticity. In 1990, art scholar Walter Feilchenfeldt inspected the painting and raised the same issue. Since then, the museum never put Vase With Poppies on display again.Now, modern technology seems to have confirmed the artwork’s authenticity using “digital x-ray and advanced infrared reflectograms.”[3] The imaging equipment revealed an earlier self-portrait beneath the current painting. Moreover, experts from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam believe that the paint and material are consistent with the ones the Dutch master used after moving to Paris.

7The Axe Effect

During a traffic stop, a drunk driver unsuccessfully tried to mask the smell of alcohol by spraying Axe body spray into his mouth.When it comes to getting rid of alcohol breath, there is a world of solutions out there which will supposedly do the trick. Most people reach for a stick of gum. Others say that eating peanut butter works. Many believe that you should mask one unpleasant odor with a more powerful one by eating garlic or an onion or even smoking a cigarette. One inebriated man from South Carolina, presumably, did not have access to any of these solutions when he was pulled over by Spartanburg County sheriff’s deputies. Efren Mencia-Ramirez decided to improvise and spritzed his mouth with a healthy helping of Axe body spray.[4]The 49-year-old motorist was taken into custody after failing field sobriety tests. Deputies did not specify if the “Axe trick” worked or not. Given that Mencia-Ramirez had ten empty beer containers in the car, an open bottle between his legs, and was slurring his speech, they probably had a hint already that the driver might be drunk.

6A Resourceful Library

Photo credit: Dr. Benjamin Pohl
Browsing the archives of Ushaw College Library at Durham University in the northeast of England, a researcher stumbled upon a royal charter issued over 800 years ago and bearing the royal seal of King John.The document is dated to March 26, 1200, making it 819 years old this week. It is now among the dozen or so charters which have survived from the first year of the reign of King John, a royal figure best known today for his antagonistic role in the legends of Robin Hood.Dr. Benjamin Pohl was the one who made the chance discovery and recognized the seal. He was also able to tell that the document was written in “court hand” to make it as official as possible. The charter itself details two transactions. Walter of Caen and Robert FitzRoger, Lord of Warkworth and Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, were granted the hamlets of Cornsay and Hedley Hill.[5]Besides the information of the legal acts themselves, Dr. Pohl is interested in what the document can say about the political and social cultures of the time. The signatures of the nine witnesses, for example, indicate the presence of some of the most powerful men in Northern England around that time, most likely because they were all eager to do business with the new king.

5Can You Bully Someone With Flatulence?

The Court of Appeal in Victoria, Australia, examined an unusual case this week as an engineer sued his former supervisor for bullying in the workplace because he regularly farted on...

Morning Mistress

The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #576

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.

Hot Pick of the Late Night

Friday, March 29, 2019

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That's An Expensive T-Shirt...

Wow! Bet That Hurt!

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The Crow, The Paper Plate And The Fantastic Deed...

President Trump mocks Adam Schiff with new nickname at Michigan rally, and CNN is very upset over it

President Donald Trump slammed Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) at his first rally since the Mueller investigation ended, and CNN panelists were upset at the new nickname the president branded him with.

"Little pencil-neck Adam Schiff!" said the president to jeers and applause from the audience in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

"He has got the smallest thinnest neck I've ever seen! He is not a long ball hitter!" he added.

"But I saw him today," the president said, launching into a mocking impression of Schiff. "Well, we don't really know, there still could have been some Russia collusion!

"Sick! Sick! These are sick people!" he continued. "And there has to be accountability because it's all lies, and they know it's lies. They know it."

CNN contributor Frank Bruni said that the president's comments were "offensive," because he said Schiff had not directly lied, but that the debate rested on whether the facts added up to collusion.

"It can be the case that someone like Adam Schiff maybe engaged in over-baked language and got too far out on a limb," said Bruni, "it is not the case that he should be reprimanded and censored the way his colleagues are suggesting he should be."

Bruni said he was offended at the comments from the president, adding with disgust, "I am so outraged and...

Rand Paul: “Source” Says Obama Admin Sent Spies to “Entrap Trump Officials”

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) said that a source informed him that the Obama intelligence community sent spies into the Trump campaign to try to “entrap Trump officials.”

Speaking to Fox and Friends this morning, the Senator said, “Well my source tells me that the intelligence community, Obama’s intelligence community, Brennan, Clapper, Comey, they were frustrated because they had this Russian dossier but no one believed it was real. It wasn’t verifiable, they couldn’t get anything out of it, so they sent spies into the Trump campaign, they tried to entrap Trump officials to admit they were working for Russia, that wasn’t working.”

Paul explained that the officials were “frustrated” that media outlets wouldn’t take the dossier seriously because of its salacious and unverifiable content, so they ultimately attached it to President Obama’s intelligence report.

The Senator called the dossier situation a “big circle” explaining, “They’ve had the dossier for months and months, so when John McCain is given the dossier its given to him by people who may have leaked it from our government to John McCain so John McCain could give it back to the FBI…”

Yesterday, Paul tweeted an explosive allegation, claiming his source told him former CIA Director John Brennan “insisted that the unverified and fake Steele dossier be included in the Intelligence Report…Brennan should be asked to testify under oath in...

Is There No End To Collusion Delusion?


ALEXANDER COUNTY, NC (WHKY) – 22-year-old Antonio Castillo, whose last known address was on Sunset Drive in Taylorsville, has been arrested in Alexander County on a murder charge. Castillo is accused of shooting and killing 23-year-old Blade McKinley Campbell of Taylorsville.

At about 11:45 Sunday morning (March 24), Alexander County 9-1-1 took a call regarding a person who had been shot. Alexander Co. Sheriff’s Officers responded to a residence on Middle Road in the Stony Point community. There, they found Mr. Campbell deceased from multiple gunshot wounds. Investigators believe Mr. Campbell and Castillo were in an altercation when Castillo pulled a pistol and shot Campbell.

A “be on the lookout” call was issued for Antonio Castillo. He was traveling in a dark-colored 2006 Nissan Altima. At about 4 p.m., the vehicle was found on Pierpoint Lane in Taylorsville. Castillo was not with the vehicle.

At about 4:20 p.m., Officers found Castillo at a residence on Jessica Lee Lane (across from Pierpoint Lane) in Taylorsville. When they approached the residence, Castillo began running through a field. Officers gave chase and took Castillo into custody.

On Castillo’s person, Officers found two bags containing an AR-15 rifle and numerous rounds of ammunition. The AR-15 was not the weapon used in the fatal shooting.

Castillo is currently being...

The Bombshell Connection Between George Soros And Jussie Smollett’s Release

By now, everyone knows who Kim Foxx is. But just in case you’ve been living under a rock the past week, Foxx is the Cook County State’s Attorney who got “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett off the hook for his fake-hate crime in Chicago.

Today, there’s another twist in the case. And it’s an absolute doozy.

This time, it involves a name that has become infamous in circles of corruption and intrigue on the extreme left. It’s a name you’re guaranteed to know. I’ll hold off of any more suspense, since I’m guessing you already read the title of this piece. It’s none other than George Soros.

Because of course it was!

As it turns out, it was George Soros who donated $408,000 to a super PAC affiliated with Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, who shocked the country by dropping all charges against Smollett.

From Conservative Tribune:
In 2016, Soros contributed a total of $408,000 toward Illinois Safety & Justice, according to state campaign finance records.

And Illinois Safety & Justice is a super PAC that’s affiliated with Friends for Foxx, the prosecutor’s candidate committee.

It’s not uncommon for Soros to spend ludicrous amounts of money on local elections for far-left candidates.

Last year, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that Soros similarly spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on district attorney races throughout Northern California. …

Oh, and as we previously reported, the Obamas are also involved. The former first family is connected to the Smollett case through Michelle Obama’s former chief of staff, Tina Tchen, who was instrumental in convincing Foxx to drop...

Morning Mistress

The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #575

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.

Hot Pick of The Late Night

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Senator Mike Lee On The Green New Deal And Whether Of Not Sharknado 4 Sharks Should Be Equipped With "Lasers"

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If You Hold The Mueller Report Up To Your Ear...

China turning its massive shipping container fleet into warships with long-range cruise missiles

China is reportedly fitting container ships with silos for long-range cruise missiles, effectively turning its massive freighter fleet into an extension of the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN)

The Washington Free Beacon reports that by adding cruise missiles to freighters, China is also essentially turning ports into military bases as well.

The site noted:
The new missile is in flight testing and is a land-attack variant of an advanced anti-ship missile called the YJ-18C, according to American defense officials.

The missile will be deployed in launchers that appear from the outside to be standard international shipping containers used throughout the world for moving millions of tons of goods, often on the deck of large freighters.

The YJ-18C is China’s version of the Club-K cruise missile built by Russia that also uses a launcher disguised as a shipping container. Israel also is working on a container-launched missile called the Lora.

If this doesn’t add a new wrinkle to the Trump administration’s trade negotiations to China, nothing does.

In fact, the discovery comes as the White House is completing details of a final trade agreement with Beijing that includes provisions allaying American concerns regarding illicit Chinese trade practices that no doubt includes theft of U.S. intellectual property.

In addition, however, the missile could also complicate and even disrupt Chinese plans to buy or build international ports as part of its Belt and Road Initiative that will provide Chinese warships and military assets a large network of bases and...

You Thought It Would End Any Other Way?

U.S. Must Put A Ban On Google Helping China Develop A Global Digital Dictatorship

General Joseph Dunford, America’s top military officer, has announced he will be meeting with Google representatives this week to talk about the company’s assistance to China’s People’s Liberation Army.

Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, first stoked the controversy over Google on March 14 during his appearance before the Senate Armed Services Committee. “The work that Google is doing in China is indirectly benefiting the Chinese military,” he said.

“We watch with great concern when industry partners work in China knowing that there is that indirect benefit,” he added later. “Frankly, ‘indirect’ maybe not be a full characterization of the way it really is. It’s more of a direct benefit to the Chinese military.”

Google issued a firm denial in response to Dunford’s comments. “We are not working with the Chinese military,” a spokesperson said. “We are working with the U.S. government, including the Department of Defense, in many areas including cybersecurity, recruiting and healthcare.”

But Dunford is correct. The denial, even if technically accurate, is nonetheless misleading. Google maintains arrangements that it either knows or should know directly benefit the Chinese military.

For instance, in December 2017 the company announced the formation of the Google AI China Center in Beijing.

Due to Chinese ruler Xi Jinping’s announced policy of “civil-military fusion,” there is no longer any meaningful distinction between civil and military research, especially in areas like AI that Xi has determined China must dominate. As Bob Work, once U.S. deputy defense secretary, said of the new facility in the Chinese capital, “Anything that’s going on in that center is going to be used by the military.”

Similarly, acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan sounded the alarm at that Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on March 14. “The fusion of commercial business with military is significant,” he said. “The technology that is developed in the civil world transfers to the military world. It’s a direct pipeline. Not only is there a transfer, there’s also systematic theft of U.S. technology that facilitates even faster development of emerging technology.”

Dunford, in comments last Thursday, pointed to the requirement of having Communist Party cells in companies. The cells, he said, will lead to the transfer of intellectual property to the Chinese military.

The Daily Beast asked Google if its AI China Center hosts a Communist Party cell but has not received a reply.

Google’s AI center in Beijing is not the only project of concern. “Google is partnering with several state entities for various projects to expedite their research,” Bandon Weichert, a national security analyst specializing in emerging technology, told The Daily Beast.

The company is already participating in AI research at Tsinghua University, one of China’s two premier institutions, and is cooperating with Peking University, the other top institution, and the University of...