In the end, the unelected monsters dragged our best knight beneath the dark, putrid water.
Wonderful quick clip of a parent's return on the investment of raising your American child properly. That child, family, neighborhood, etc. are better off raising balanced and capable citizens. A second after squeezing off his shot, this boy realized his place to help his tribe with the power of this force multiplier. As for this cover? I needed an image or I can't upload. No correlation at all I promise. This system won't let me upload without some image file.
Perhaps an easier distinction would be to consider "liberals" those who let others live and encourage change by example. Conservatives know the best place to start making improvements is with the soul reflected back in the morning mirror. But LEFTISTS think they can change the world, by changing YOU and of course by whatever means necessary to achieve their very self-important goal(s). In this interview Piers uses the term "liberal" repeatedly but I think "leftist" would fit better. Finally, good to see Shapiro & Morgan together after all of their spirited sparing. Well done gentlemen and thank you.
Seems weird to me that money from a charity like Shriners Hospitals (to help children) gets somehow spent to buying ad time promoting, "Meet The Press". Does that show sucks so bad it needs support from money donated to a hospital system for sick children? Sorry about the quality. Click & Watch
Michael Douglas lays out many of America's problems today. BUT, after laying them out asks the viewer for answers. I certainly don't have all of the answers, but I think that we can START with school vouchers for every child. Removing leftist brainwashing certainly won't hurt.
Drs. Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi, who co-own Accelerated Urgent Care facilities in Kern County discussing their experience with Wu-flu. Not eggheads trying to make numbers enforce a concocted story.
We were TOLD that the "intelligence community", you know, the ones that specialize in the OVERTHROW of governments, would get Trump.
"You take on the intelligence agencies and they have six way from Sunday to get back at you."
Remind me again just WHO "they" work for?
Tommy Robinson, "America, wake up. Wake up this is coming for you."
What a bizarre alternate reality. Tommy Robinson convicted and will be punished again for the "offenses" that journalists do for any trial of public notoriety.For example he himself is asked this question today 7/5/2019 by the Rebel Media reporter.
"We must create a system that converts the current flow of primarily low-skilled illegal immigrants into a more managed and controlled flow of legal immigrants who can be absorbed by our economy." EXACTLY CHUCK! WHEN?
From the eponymous self-titled album released by Reprise.
Arlo Guthrie wrote this anti-war protest song about a Thanksgiving long ago in Stockbridge, MA. If you're ever talking to some American over 50 about a small odd group refer to them as on the "Group W Bench" which originates in this song. Anyway, this song is an excellent slice of American and better for the family than a day of football.
When I was a kid; WHFS 102.3 FM would always play this song for D.C. around noon every Thanksgiving. If you lived in D.C. in the 60's '70s or '80s then you knew there was only one place for real music on your FM dial in D.C. When we'd sing along to bits of this song we didn't know where Stockbridge, Massachusetts was. But we sure knew were Vietnam was and that we didn't want to go.
"The President and the Press," Before The American Newspaper Publishers Association, 27 April 1961
Even in 1961 the press allowed the president far more cordiality than the ratings brats of today. It's refreshing to listen to a sharp wit thrust and parry with a friendly press.
Title: Address, "The President and the Press," Before The American Newspaper Publishers Association, 27 April 1961 Date(s) of Materials: 27 April 1961 Physical Description: 1 audio tape/reel (20 minutes) Copyright Status: Public Domain Description: Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s address to the American Newspaper Publishers Association at a Bureau of Advertising dinner held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. In his speech President Kennedy addresses his discontent with the press’s news coverage of the Bay of Pigs incident, suggesting that there is a need for “far greater public information” and “far greater official secrecy.”
This is a beautiful presentation of Toto's Africa. This is a great, quick boost.
Title: Africa URL: https://youtu.be/-c9-poC5HGw
Melody and lyrics by David Paich and Jeff Porcaro
Performed by Angel City Chorale
Soloists Rich Kennedy, Tommy Lamb, Tina Mitro, and Duff Watrous
Sometimes a good push helps. The ripple effect of great works like this can be wonderful.
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Nearer, My God, to Thee: BYU Vocal Point's best-selling song on iTunes performed here with the BYU Men's Chorus. James Stevens's arrangement of this Christian hymn creates a feeling that is less about peace and more about the struggles in life that bring us closer to God.
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Solo by James Stevens
Produced by McKay Crockett and James Stevens
Song by Sarah Adams and Lowell Mason
Arrangement by James Stevens
Mixed by James Stevens
Mastered by Troy Sales
Choir session engineered by Jeff Carter
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Camera Operators: Brian Wilcox, with Brett Belingheri and Daniel Kellis
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Best Boy Grip: Al Williams
Dolly Grip: Quen Wilson
Company Grips: Steve Madsen, David Thorpe, Landon Nix, and Emerson Nix
Hair and Makeup: Mikayla Ellison
Editors: Brett Belingheri and Cody Phillips
Writers: Brett Belingheri, Cody Phillips, and Daniel Kellis
Producers: McKay Crockett and Bridget Benton
Executive Producer: Ben Fales (BYU Records)
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-Julie Walker at Brigham Young University Communications for facilitating the assistance of our amazing camera crew
In articulo mortis
Caelitus mihi vires
Deo adjuvante non timendum
Dirige nos domine
Ad augusta per angusta
Sic itur ad astra
At the moment of death
My strength is from heaven
God helping, nothing should be feared
Direct us, O Lord
To high places by narrow roads
Such is the path to the stars
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Pulling no punches President Trump starts slow and by 3 minutes is into exactly what the US expects from the UN. Here's a cut and paste from the White House email to those on the email list.
The White House • September 25, 2018
President Trump returns to the United Nations
“Each of us here today is the emissary of a distinct culture, a rich history, and a people bound together by ties of memory, tradition, and the values that make our homelands like nowhere else on Earth,” President Donald J. Trump said in a major speech at the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) today.
“That is why America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control, and domination.”
Last year in New York, President Trump outlined a vision at the U.N. of strong, sovereign nations working together to confront the biggest scourges facing Western civilization in the 21st century. He cited three threats in particular—North Korea, Iran, and ISIS—that required decisive action in the months ahead.
One year later, bold American diplomacy has diminished each of these threats:
The historic Singapore Summit with North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-Un marked the first-ever face-to-face meeting between a U.S. President and a North Korean head of state. At the summit, the two leaders committed to the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Just last week, leaders from North and South Korea and began drafting a plan to achieve that vision.
When President Trump took office, ISIS represented one of the biggest threats to the world. By changing the rules of engagement on the ground, President Trump empowered U.S. commanders with broader authority to eradicate the terrorist network. That strategy paid dividends: With the help of our allies, all Iraqi territory has been liberated from ISIS control.
On Iran, President Trump used last year’s UNGA speech to reiterate his profound objections to a nuclear deal that put the interests of diplomats ahead of the Iranian people—and, indeed, peaceful people the world over. In May, the President made good on his promise to withdraw America from that deal, reimposing sanctions to deter Tehran’s malign activities.
Embracing “peace through strength,” President Trump has presided over a remarkable year in American foreign policy. Today in New York, he built on last year’s message to world leaders, making it clear that the work is only just beginning.
“Sovereign and independent nations are the only vehicle where freedom has ever survived, democracy has ever endured, or peace has ever prospered,” President Trump said. “So together, let us choose a future of patriotism, prosperity, and pride. Let us choose peace and freedom over domination and defeat. And let us come here to this place to stand for our people and their nations.”
This video was lifted from the YouTube channel "Oppressed Media". Now I'm going to paste the remarks directly below.
Published on Mar 16, 2018: Examining the motives behind current immigration policies of America and Europe.
Yes I unintentionally said "pacifically" instead of "specifically" at 12:32. English is not my first language, so give me some grace, lol.
Viktor Orban's "resistance" speech: https://youtu.be/EbINrdyAXlE
Source for immigrant information: Center for immigration studies: https://cis.org/Report/Welfare-Use-Immigrant-and-Native-Households
Source for birthrates: CIA Factbook https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2127.html
Source for Muslim population growth in Europe: Pew Research http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/12/04/europes-muslim-population-will-continue-to-grow-but-how-much-depends-on-migration/
Music at the end is "Requiem for a Dream"
The wisdom and wit of Pat Condell unloading again on Brexit.
Pat Condell ~ Published on Sep 13, 2018
Here’s what they were saying before the referendum
Brexit caused by low levels of education.
Monnet professors are academics paid by the EU to promote the EU.
UK universities are hotbeds of EU propaganda
Brendan O’Neill on the nasty elitism of the anti-Brexit crowd
AC Grayling wants the EU to make it tough on Britain
Matthew Parris is ashamed to be British.
Tory MEP “ashamed to be British”. Gets an Irish passport.
Richard Dawkins says England is becoming a nasty little backwater.
Richard Dawkins says Brexit is squalid, ignoble, nasty, jingoistic, xenophobic, Farageist little Englandism.
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Mr. Carlson asks, "What other institutions in which the less people have in common are more cohesive?"
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I've been fortunate enough to share my life with many interesting people. In discussions with them it is my conclusion that Thomas Jefferson's vision of limited governance works the best here in the United States.