What Winning Looks Like: SCOTUS Edition

This one’s a little late but I’ve been ecstatic over the recent Supreme Court rulings.

The good guys on the nationalist/traditionalist/patriot side won three YUGE victories at the Supreme Court:

1. The travel ban is constitutional,
2. Government unions can’t force members to pay dues (which are used as a slush fund for Democrats running for office, and
3. Christian merchants can’t be forced to provide services for events that violate their consciences.

Surely there are more to come. How refreshing to see decades of illiberal jurisprudence being casually tossed aside like a dirty rag. For the record, I even like the ruling upholding the Fourth Amendment –against warrantless wiretaps–which the liberal justices (together with Chief Justice John Roberts) ruled on. (See? I’m not an ideologue!)

Now, as happy as I am, there is a dark lining to this silver cloud. Basically it’s this: we are too dependent on the kritarchy, that is to say, rule by judges. This was never the intention of the Founding Fathers. There is no right of judicial review in the Constitution; that right was found by Chief Justice John Marshall in Marbury vs Madison (1803) in much the same way that the Burger court find a right to abortion in the “penumbras” in the “emanations” of the Constitution. Even Alexander Hamilton, the most Federalist of the Founding Fathers, firmly believed that the judiciary would be “the weakest” branch of government (Federalist 10).

Clearly, Hamilton was wrong. The Supreme Court, as well as the Federal judiciary in general, has been the most dangerous branch of government. It has short-circuited the democratic process horribly on too many occasions to recount here, and almost always with disastrous results. It has discerned rights which heretofore never existed, including abortion-on-demand and homosexual so-called marriage. These two abominations could never have been enacted through the legislative process (and for good reason as they are culturally destructive).

Nevertheless, we have what we have. Live by the gavel, die by the gavel. So, since the progressives have long forced the kritarchy down our democratic-republican throats because they couldn’t get their way through the electoral process, then let them choke on these recent rulings by the Republican-dominated Supreme Court.

I could go on, and even thought about a vlog on it but then I came across this commentary by The Duran (one of my favorite YouTube channels). In it, Alex Christoforou interviews Alexander Mercouris to get his British take on things. So rather than listen to me vlog about this, please take the time to hear these fellows with their trans-Atlantic take on things American.


P.S. The graphic has nothing to do with today’s content (other than a generalized winning theme) but I found it humorous.



  1. George Michalopulos says

    There are so many money quotes in this clip. I especially like the one at 14:20, when Christoforou points out that three of the countries mentioned in the travel ban were destroyed by Obama (Syria, Libya and Somalia). And get this: all three were placed on Obama’s earlier travel ban.

    In other words, all Trump was doing was continuing Obama’s immigration policies (at least in regards to these three countries).

    • cynthia curran says

      One thing I don’t like about Trump is kissing the rear end of the Midwest states that are now voting Dem for Senate. Minnesota is as liberal as it was in the past but Trump ignores helping Arizona or Nevada where the Republicans have a better shot at the senate than PA, Michigan, Wisconian, and so forth. Also, lot of young people and retirees are saying goodbye to the Midwest to warmer weather in the South. Trump should support building up the economy of Florida which is growing over 300,000 a year instead of PA which is growing 4,000 a year. The south is growing and is the future for Republicans not the old south but Texas and Florida not the somewhat Dem great Lake states.

      • Antiochene Son says

        The Midwest is trending toward Republicans while the southern border states are trending toward Democrats. The state governments of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Wisconsin are completely controlled by Republicans, as are the legislatures of Minnesota and Pennsylvania.

        Trump is running to where the ball is going, not where it currently is.

  2. Obama is a 21st century Jimmy Carter. Both going down as the worst we’ve seen.

    Obama drew a line in the sand, with Syria and then crickets. Allows our Libya embassy to burn to the ground. Then sends jets full of untraceable cash to the peaceful mullahs to distribute to the freedom fighters. Iran now has protests wondering where all the money went, and slogans,” Death to Palestine!” Trump comes, no deal, meanwhile winning and our economy roars.

    Carter sends our helicopters to crash in the sand, after the peaceful mullahs storm and kidnap our citizens in our embassy, and the Iranians protest with slogans,”Death to America!” Reagan comes and saves the day, hostages returned, and economy roars.

    Obama when first running for office was against gay marriage, later lights up the White House with the gay abcdefg rainbow colors, and for gay marriage.

    Jimmy Carter a devout Christian, now states he believes Jesus would be in favor of gay marriage.

    Problem is memories are short and every generation must suffer a leftist progressive, before waking up, and hitting the voting booths hard to the right.

    Solution for Leftists? Open the borders to the 3rd world!

  3. Michael Bauman says

    Jimmy Carter is a devout political Baptist, in other words faith built on sincere personal belief only–sand.

    Well, a Mark Levin, a Constitutionalist of great understanding says there is an implied right of judicial review in the Constitution.

    When we it comes to the Constitution I am a Patrick Henry guy “I smell a rat.”.

    It is the single largest peaceful centralization of power in history. The supposedly co-equal powers are not. The Legislature is by far the weakest. It really has very little actual power. Where Marshall recognized the implied power in the Federal Judiciary and Jackson the Presidency, there has been no such organization of the power of the Legislature largely because the only real power it has is the power of the purse which it has long refused to use in a restrictive way. It is a joke full of bloviating clowns who seek only money and fame–not even power.

    There is no actual mechinism to insure the return of sane government when it goes off the rails.

    The Civil War showed it to be totally ineffective and we have been in it’s death throws ever since.

    90% of what the Federal goverent does is un-Constitutional. I doubt there is any going back.

    • George Michalopulos says

      Michael, what you are describing (and why I am becoming more inclined to monarchy as time goes on) is simply this: corruption. We live in a fallen world. Hence, no matter how good a Constitution we have, how separate the powers, how diffused the power is between the central government and the States (and the States and the Counties), Patrick Henry was correct: he smelt a rat.

      Why? Because the tendency of fallen men is to gather power unto a cabal, an oligarchy if you will. It took a lot of time and chicanery to make a confederacy of several sovereign States into a centralized nation-state. The 14th Amendment was one such ruse but so was the 17th Amendment, the Federal Reserve, the National Income Tax, then Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, etc.

      It seems to me that Trump has short-circuited this process. It’s ironic, in that he has governed by Executive fiat with his plethora of Executive Orders and Pardons, but he’s actually devolved much more power back to the Congress. The question is will they take it?

      Another silver lining is that several blue States are now getting in touch with their inner Confederate and have found the beauty inherent in States’ Rights. They’re doing it for all the wrong reasons of course but that’s neither here nor there. Once they find how wonderful it feels, then they’ll be jealous of their new-found independence.

      • America has become the definition of a great quasi functioning Ponzi scheme. No fear of real revolutions on the horizon, in my opinion. Why? Because most of the poor are fat. So long as the poor are fed, no revolution. So long as the middle class have jobs, no time for real protests, except for the blessed voting booths. So long as the rich can rely on the stock markets, all will be fine in this ponzi lifestyle we enjoy.

        All we really see in the streets today are some Soros funded youngsters, dead beat adults, Hollywood, and community organizers getting the minorities to demand more of our money into their social programs, and support of sanctuary cities.

        These minorities some day will become the majority if our borders are not sealed. We will become a two party system of tradition democrats, and socialist democrats, republican party a fringe party at best. Then the ponzi will no longer operate properly. Worst case scenario, if we allow porous borders, Venezuela, best case scenario Mexico. There will be no middle class, only those who survive, and the rich in gated communities. We are being invaded at our southern border and children are their shields. The enemies within our gates must be removed from office, and their future voting blocks return back to their country of origin, quickly, and humanly. If they choose to use children as a free pass, the sin is upon them. If we as a nation allow the invaders to believe the children ARE a free pass, the sin is upon us. They will take from us, only what we allow. Vote hard right, or lose what is still left of our nation. The poor will not pay our bills, only create more.

        • Tim R. Mortiss says

          I love this country and have had a great life here. Thanks be to God. Won’t bother to list how. But it’s always good to check into Monomahkos now and then to read about how terrible it is, in every imaginable way, from its Constitution unto now. A good corrective.

          Why in the world did anybody come here? Why would they have wanted to flee the wonders of authoritarian government, God’s natural order of things? What a puzzle.

          I’ve learned so much here. The Constitution was the product of deists and thus was of the devil. Abraham Lincoln, despite outward appearances, destroyed the country and the Constitution (that deist one) (translation: he won the Civil War, the unforgivable sin as set out in Scripture).

          Men on little motorcycles rule the world. The British are behind every forgotten worldly wrong (did I say “forgotten” ?) There really is no such thing as real money, especially because I don’t have any.

          And on and on. It’s been an education these last few years!

          • George Michalopulos says

            TimR, I love this country as well. It just pisses me off when we get all high and mighty and think that we have the right to throw our weight around in other countries.

            I laughed the other day when some talking head on CNN talked about how Putin has “invaded other countries”. It’s a good thing I wasn’t eating anything at the time or else I would have choked to death. Seriously, the one unforgivable sin of our Northern, Yankee elites is that they believe that they have the right to dictate their customs and mores to other countries. They first tried it on us in the South when they ridiculed us for everything they didn’t like even though we said nary a word about how they conducted their lives.

            TimR, if we don’t stop this sh!t the blow-back will be horrendous. When Wilson cajoled the US into the Great War and made democracy a crusade, what he unleashed upon the world was nothing less than a holocaust. 100,000,000 million dead thanks to the Communist menace qualifies in my book as a holocaust.

            • Tim R. Mortiss says

              There you go, George. Woodrow Wilson caused the Bolshevik revolution.!

              I rest my case.

              • George Michalopulos says

                Well, had Germany been allowed to win, they wouldn’t have been pressured to send Lenin into Russia.

                • Tim R. Mortiss says

                  But this kind of ex-post-facto “reasoning” can lead to any conclusion whatever that one wants.

                  That’s the process here.

                • Tim R. Mortiss says

                  “Well, had Germany been allowed to win….” An extraordinary thought, a startling concept.

                  Sounds like the Confederate Theory of History. Had they “been allowed win”, well, they would have won. Certainly they were supposed to have been “allowed to win”, perhaps after a few weeks of fighting to show what’s what.

                  • George Michalopulos says

                    The Great War ended in an armistice. Both Churchill and Wilson agreed that the terms that the French mandated would only lead to a wider –and greater–war. Keep in mind, we’re talking about WWI here. What would have been the outcome had Germany been allowed to, if not win, at least maintain the status quo ante?

                    The Hapsburgs would still rule Austria-Hungary, the Hohenzollers would still rule the German Empire and the Romanovs would still rule Russia. How was what happened any better? Remember, because of this vacuum Communists republics were (briefly) declared in Spain, Portugal, Bavaria, Hungary, Greece, Mexico. Franco, Mussolini, Hitler and Metaxas took over Spain, Italy, Germany and Greece respectively and the militarists took over Japan as a consequence. It as all bloody messy and it paved the way for WWII.

                    (Mind you, I have great respect for Franco and Metaxas.)

                    • Even Germany winning would be ok if it guaranteed neither the birth of Hitler or Communism. Most likely no WW2. As a Greek I would hope Greece would fall in to Bulgaria control, instead of Ottoman control.

                    • Billy Jack Sunday says


                      Say what you want about Hitler

                      But at least Hitler killed Hitler

                    • Billy, Too bad he didn’t do it during the First World War and saved a lot of people a lot of grief.

                • Michael Bauman says

                  The political, economic and philosophic energy of the time mandated the fall of traditional rule. The dynastic houses of Eurasia cooperated magnificently in their own demise. The Church was wedded to the idea of Symphonia and so we we too went down.

                  If we romantacize and depend on any monarchy but the Kingship of our Lord Jesus Christ then we are salt who has lost it’s savor.

                  The Church must be at odds with any modern government, cabal or philosophy. Adamently.
                  What the Russian Church seems to be doing is suicidal. Sergian from my point of view.

                  • Agree. Some form of gov may be better for the Church than others, but ultimately all, of this world. Look how Tsar Nicholas let RASPUTIN control appointments tp Russian church who were openly gay or corrupt or both. Just read the historical material before u shout at me.!!
                    The Russian church made that mistake with rejection of the 16th century non pocessers and Nil of Soros, later sainted, and going with the worldly view of Joseph of Volokolamsk, also sainted,later. And he was a good man.
                    This left the Church ripe for Peter the Great and the Synod period (1721-1918) Not all inglorious but the cause of much that troubles the Russian church today.

              • Don’t forget the to add the Rothschilds, which goes hand in hand with the British and the Jews to the list of blame. Of course the dimwitted Tsar and his own father who would not give him the time of day, in state affairs, are not to blame. Innocent martyr.

                Sorry George, honestly, I’m actually trying to contain myself this time, but as you stated 100,000,000 dead. All because of a handful of men, and a Tsar who should have remained home dealing with the enemies within the gates, instead of outside of the gate. HMM sounds familiar, and oh so current.

                • George Michalopulos says

                  Nicholas was somewhat feckless. However in retrospect, his reign was a golden age compared to what happened next. And yes, according to Robert Conquest, the fruits of the Marxist holocaust add up to at least 100,000,000 people (thanks to Mao).

              • Billy Jack Sunday says

                Tim R Mortiss

                I have learned that Tim Mortiss is 70 years old

                • Tim R. Mortiss says

                  Drinking whisky by the peg,
                  Singing songs of drunken glee.
                  I thought to swallow half a keg
                  But Tim R. Mortiss degurgled me.

                  Not precisely comme il faut,
                  To practice frank polygamy;
                  I might have practiced, even so.
                  But Tim R. Mortiss disturgled me.

                  Tim R. Mortiss, Tim R. Mortiss,
                  He’s a loving friend.
                  He holds my hand while I’m asleep,
                  He guides me on my four-day creep,
                  He’s with me to the end.


                • GLFarmer says

                  Timor mortis conturbat me

                  • Tim R. Mortiss says

                    To woo a dainty Eskimo
                    I vowed to swim the Bering Sea.
                    No sooner had I wet a toe:
                    When Tim R. Mortiss occurgled me.

                    A threat arcane, a fearful bane
                    Within an old phylactery.
                    I turned the rubbish down a drain,
                    Now Tim R. Mortiss perturgles me.

                    Chorus (with a snapping of fingers and clicking of heels in mid-air)

                    Tim R. Morriss, Tim R. Mortiss,
                    He’s a loving friend.
                    He holds my hand while I’m asleep,
                    He guides me on my four-day creep,
                    He’s with me to the end.


            • Gail Sheppard says

              The blow-back has already been horrendous.

          • Antiochene Son says

            Abraham Lincoln, despite outward appearances, destroyed the country and the Constitution.


            • Michael Bauman says

              By what outward appearance did Lincoln act Constitutionally?

              Hamilton’s ideas won out IMO. The strong largely unencumbered executive.

              • Tim R. Mortiss says

                You are scrambling my syntax. Never did I say he acted Constitutionally. On the other hand, I did not say that he did not.

      • Michael Bauman says

        George I doubt that they are really states rights, their ideology of anti-Trump. Put the nihilists back in power and it will be lap dog time again in California.

        • George C Michalopulos says

          Michael, you caused a light bulb to go off over my head with your observation that there have been champions of the judiciary and of the executive but not of the legislative.

          That kind of makes my point though, doesn’t it? The only real champion of the legislative branch of government was Oliver Cromwell, and in the end he dissolved Parliament and as Lord Protector, became king in all but name.

          What’s the point? Government by legislature may be impossible. I’m ruminating on that thought, and in some degree of self-denial because that would mean the American experiment in constitutional governance may be on its last legs.

          • Michael Bauman says

            Government by legislature is impossible. The US legislature was never meant to govern. That is the executive’s job. We do not have a parliamentary system. The Legislature is there to direct and restrain government. It has no policy function except in the broadest terms.

            It has utterly failed in it’s mandated capacity to restrain. That is the result of the ideological character of our politics.

            • George Michalopulos says

              It does have the power of the purse. That’s not nothing.

              • Michael Bauman says

                Yes George but it refuses to use it to restrain fearing that to do so will not get them re-elected. Probably right.

                All of us depend on Federal largess to a significant degree although they have done a lot to destroy my industry.

                It is other programs we want cut, not the ones that favor us. We like our comfort.

      • Michael Bauman says

        George, it is not just a corruption of the people or the politicians but of the system and structure. It started falling apart with Kohn Adams, died with the Civil War and it’s skeleton trotted out every time someone has something to sell.

        We have been living in a plutocracy since Grant, an out and out kleptocracy since Kennedy.

        It could have been worse at least for white folks but that is another story.

        Main point is that all government is corrupt and corrupting and we can do little to change that except what is required anyway. Repent and learn virtue. Oppressive forms of government directly punish virtue. “Free” forms seduce. Frankly, seduction is more through than oppression and more difficult to resist.

      • cynthia curran says

        Laugh on that one. In California the Calexit folks don’t like the 3 states proposal since it would break up Orange County, Riverside and San Diego from LA. Southern California would be purplish compared to bluish California that includes LA and Northern California which would be San Francisco. So, the left in California don’t like state rights when it comes to Orange County and Riverside breaking away from LA.

    • Beryl Wells Hamilton says

      Michael Bauman. How do you KNOW President Jimmy Carter’s faith is built on sand? Can you see inside him? Have you accomplished anywhere near what he has accomplished? I haven’t. He seems rock solid to me, and boy, has he borne fruit.

      • George Michalopulos says

        I’d say Carter’s intellect is built n mush.

        • Constantinos says

          Jimmy Carter is a furniture maker, and has also taken up painting. He is a man after my own heart. He’s a polymath just like me. We both excel in many areas, and that’s not bragging.

      • Michael Bauman says

        Because it devolved from basic Baptist to the Democrat ideology. He is a politician. His faith had “evolved” to accepting gay marriage, etc. There is nothing in the political ideology any side that is anything other than sand and that is the best it can be. A solid faith does not evolve.

        A great many of us have faith built on sand or the Church would be in better shape. But we live in the most toxic culture for Christianity ever devised. Even those who have encountered the risen Christ have trouble acting in concert with that reality.

        Where do you see substance in Carter’s faith?

        • George Michalopulos says

          I must say Michael, that even though I am always chary about questioning another man’s faith, Carter, with his evolving stances on things cultural, does invite suspicion, doesn’t he?

          • Michael Bauman says

            George, I question the foundation of Carter’s faith. I said in fact that his belief is sincere but its foundation, the Evangelical Protestant mental ascent to an idea, is sand.

            • George Michalopulos says

              I don’t disagree.

            • George Michalopulos says

              Seriously Michael, is there any meaningful difference anymore between Protestantism and Unitarianism? I can’t can’t think of any.

              • Michael Bauman says

                George, Protestantism lacks any real understanding of the Incarnation. Trinitarian or not because it is not firmly Incarnational it is insubstantial.

                • George Michalopulos says

                  Michael, is it possible that what you describe is because of the denigration/demotion of the Theotokos?

                  • Michael Bauman says

                    George, it is part and parcel yes. No reason to venerate or honor Mary if Jesus Christ is not fully human and fully Divine. I think it is a left over from the Arian evagelization for the area of Germany that gave rise to the iconoclastic, anru-sacramental anabaptists.

              • Johannes says

                We shouldn’t worry about the heterodox, but if you are talking Missouri Synod Lutherans, OPC or PCA Presbyterians, or Independent Fundamental or Primitive Baptists, as well as a variety of other smaller groups and many Southern Baptists, yes, there are meaningful differences. The seed is still healthy in many of these and we should strive to make them aware that there is deeper soil it can and should be planted in.

              • Billy Jack Sunday says

                George Michalopulos

                There’s such an apathy towards decent theological fidelity that, indeed, standing from the outside – there seems very little difference

                However, if we are talking about Evangelicals from a Penticostal/Charismatic background

                There is a notable difference

                Many, many wirhin that group seem to truly totally love Jesus Christ

                Whereas, the Unitarians, without exception – apparently – could take Him or leave him

                And that’s a very big difference

                • George Michalopulos says

                  True. What prompted me to say that is Carter is/was a devout Southern Baptist. I’m a little older than you I suspect and I remember when he came out of nowhere and got the Democrat nomination. He ran as a Bible-thumper and dog-whistled like you wouldn’t believe. He said things like people should be able to “maintain the ethnic purity” of their neighborhoods –that struck at out me, even as an adolescent because I knew exactly what that meant.

                  • George slam the brakes! If you don’t mind. Do you agree with this ethnic zoning? You do understand Greeks were not welcomed in certain parts of cities? Hell I still know a few old Greeks who still call white Americans, E Aspri. Translation, the whites!

                    • George Michalopulos says

                      No, Dino, I don’t agree. I was merely pointing out the fact that Jimmy the born-again Christian was not above dog-whistling.

                • Michael Bauman says

                  BJS correct. Unitarianism comes from Transcedentalism. Dumbed down, romaticized Neo-Platonism.

                  The Charismatic Pentacostalism came from a more authentic desire to actually ecounter the risen Christ.

      • GLFarmer says

        The North Korean nuclear program is one of Carter’s fruits. President Clinton sent him over to negotiate and he gave away the store.

  4. Gail Sheppard says

    Lorelai Gilmore would say, “I smell snow.” So glad our dialog is back on track!

  5. Constantinos says

    Jimmy Carter is a genius with an IQ of 175, and is a graduate of Annapolis. He is the most intelligent President in US history. For a person to be truly brilliant, in addition to excelling in mathematics, they must also be very dexterous. Think brain surgeons. Jimmy Carter has been helping to build houses for Habit for Humanity for years. If I’m not mistaken, he is also a furniture maker. The man is as brilliant as they come.

    • Michael Bauman says

      Just a horrible President and even worse theologically.

    • Tim R. Mortiss says

      That’s why we don’t put really rich people or geniuses in charge. They always go off the rails.

  6. John Sakelaris says

    Does anyone on here have any thoughts on the just-concluded summit in Finland? Some initial reactions were negative here in our media (even Fox News!), but I am not sure what direction most voters are going to take.

    As for myself, I see a US-Russia detente as very important.

    • George Michalopulos says

      Overall positive. I’m rather intrigued by Trump’s mention of “the fbi server”. I have an idea that Putin gave him the goods on the Deep State. The absolute caterwauling by Deep Staters like John Brennan right off the bat was rather telling.

      Was it Shakespeare who said “methinks she doth protest too much”?

    • Antiochene Son says

      It was outstanding. The media are showing their true colors—even those we thought were on our side. (Ever wonder why Newt didn’t get a position in the admin? Look how he wrings his hands on Twitter.)

      • George Michalopulos says

        I’ve always admired Newt. However his weak spot is that his conservatism is based on principles as opposed to identity. We saw an indication of that back during the election in which Trump took on that Mexican-American judge, asserting that he would not be neutral in his adjudication of the Trump University case.

        Newt came out of the box swinging saying that the judge was as American as apple pie (paraphrase).

        Question to Newt: if he were as American as that, then why was he a member of La Raza? This means “the Race”. For those who don’t know, that’s a Hispanic-supremacist organization. Among other things, they believe in this mythical land called Aztlan, which is the American Southwest and for which they want to recapture.

        How is this different from the Aryan Nations, who likewise believe in the supremacy of the white race and a mythical land called Thule (or Hyperborea)? There isn’t.

        Anyway, Newt has this reflexive mom-and-apple-pie/small-town-Rotary Club view of conservatism which no longer exists.

        • Deep Steak says

          maybe because unlike the greek-americans blogger newt knew judge curiel was not a member of the organization the greek-american blogger is describing but an entirely different organization with a similar name

          newt is dumb but not quite that dumb

          • George Michalopulos says

            The name, the name. Tell you what: why don’t you start an organization for people of all races who think that European culture is the best and call it The Race. See how far that gets you.

            • Deep Steak says

              not an accurate analogy and there are many essays exploring the contextual definitions of how people interpret la raza but you do you

              better one is there was a child sex cult called the family so clearly focus on the family is an organization about incest

              really says more about your views on race than anything tbh

        • M. Stankovich says

          Perhaps you should actually look beyond your white geese/Fox News sources and check something as basic as the public statement Judge Curiel filed with the US Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, on 11/12/2012 prior to his confirmation hearing. He indicated that he was a member of San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association (SDLRLA), which is unaffiliated with La Raza, the civil rights advocacy organization. See the SDLRLA website, the About Us page, and a specific About the Name page. You are actually dogging a man born in East Chicago, IL with “fake news” of belonging to a group you would compare to the Aryan Nations? Madonna Mia! Take a step back already…

          • George Michalopulos says

            La Raza = the Race. Let a European descended American do that and Katie bar the door!

            • La Raza(The Race) has changed names a couple times. First, National Council of The Race, just to slow go into shade transition. Now, UnidosUS, yea, almost like United States in Spanish, rich, I’d say. Hop aboard white snowflakes, The Race also likes the color of your money!

              There is also he Raza Unida Party, aka, National United Peoples Party, which comes with a nice RED flag of their own.

              Their founding father, Jose Angel Gutierrez, has some great quotes:

              It is our political destiny and right to self-determination to want to have our homeland back. Whether they like it not, or not, is immaterial. If they call us radicals, or subversives, or separatists, that’s is their problem. This our home, and this is our homeland, and we are entitled to it. We are the host. Everyone else is a guest.

              It’s not our fault, whites don’t make babies, and blacks not growing in sufficient numbers, and there’s no other groups with such a goal to put their homeland back together again. We do. Those numbers will make it possible.I believe that in the next few years, we will see irredentists movement, beyond assimilation, beyond integration, beyond separatism, to putting Mexico back together as one. That’s irredentism. One Mexico, one nation.

              We are millions, we just have to survive. We have an aging white America. They are not making babies. They are dying. It’s a matter of time. The explosion is in our population.

              Numbers matter. They know it, why don’t we?

              BTW! This man I quoted was also a County judge, and a Administrative law judge.

              PS, I will hold back anymore posts until there is some regularity in posts, actually posting, so that they don’t get lost in the shuffle.

              • Los Angeles Times reports 10/15/2015: The Los Angeles Police Department misclassified an estimated 14,000 serious assaults as minor offenses in a recent eight year period, artificially lowering the city’s crime levels, a Times analyst found.

                And again misclassified violent crimes in 2014 with 1,200 crimes

                How well do sanctuary states go about reporting alien immigrant crimes?

                The beginnings of sanctuary can be traced back to a 1979 Los Angeles Memorandum stating, “Officers shall not initiate police action with the objective of discovering the alien status of a person. Officers shall neither arrest nor book person for violation of title 8, section 1325 of the United States Immigration code(illegal entry).”

                The Other Racists?
                Southern Poverty Law Center reports: Latino gang members in Southern California are Terrorizing and killing Blacks. Since 1990, the African-American population has dropped by half, as blacks have moved to the suburbs, and Latinos have moved into historically black neighborhoods.”I don’t see much history left for blacks in Los Angeles.” says Los Angeles probation officer who is himself black and deals specifically with Latino gang members in northeast Los Angeles, and the Avenues.

                Anchor babies and Alien children?

                MS-13 members gaining numbers by recruiting illegal immigrants:Report
                Nearly a quarter arrested since 2012 came to the U.S. as Unaccompanied Alien Children(Center for Immigration Studies-The Washington Times)

                Anchor babies as young as 10 years old recruited by Latino gangs. Gangs looked up to in Ghettos, for protection, before police ever are.

                Justice for American citizens in sanctuary city of San Francisco?
                Kate Steinle shot by a illegal alien, who was neither convicted of murder, nor even manslaughter. The alien has been deported 5 times, uses 30 aliases, and had been convicted for 7 felonies, before free to roam San Francisco and kill 32 year old Kate Steinle. Too bad I.C.E. was not allowed to deport him again before killing Kate.

                Oh yeah, Oakland, California Mayor believes it is her duty to warn illegal aliens that I.C.E. are on their way, so that the illegal aliens may flee.

                • Now since sanctuary city and state progressive leftist’s leaders have no respect for I.C.E. federal and their own state laws, and we know sanctuary government leaders break laws, help hide to protect aliens, and turn a blind eye to citizens they are sworn to protect…..

                  What makes anyone believe they are going to report accurate legal status of criminals in their states and cities to feds? Why would they not protect their base of current and future voting blocks from looking bad. They’ve done worse. Why not fib on stats? The jig is up my friends.

                  More to come…

                  • Money grows on trees in America?
                    A 49 year old, previously convicted, illegal alien, accused of repeatedly sexually abusing an 8 year old girl, is racking up close to 1 million dollar medical costs while awaiting trial, in a Utah prison.

                    Salt Lake Tribune reporter, Taylor Anderson, noted how the illegal alien’s cancer treatment-funded by Utah tax payers-is draining the county’s budget:

                    Even at a discount, Valerio-Romero’s cancer treatments have drained the county jail’s medical budget. His case is set for trial early next month, and he’s caught the attention of federal immigration officials who will look at possibly deporting him if he’s acquitted. Until then, he’s in Utah’s court system, where his case is stalled and cost from his treatment continues to climb.

                    He was arrested in March of 2017…trial delayed twice..

                    “It’s a Catch-22,” Sheriff Jim Tracy said.

                    Tracy took the microphone during public comment at a County Commission meeting and announce he is quitting, partially over the the inmates medical bills.

                    Commissioners were caught off guard by Tracy’s abrupt resignation. They say they believe the office could shift money around to cover immediate costs before the commission can meet next month and adjust its budget.

                    Commissioner Nathan Ivie, was also critical of Valerio-Romero, saying, “He should not even be in our country.” Because of a prior conviction.

                    Tracy said Valerio-Romero’s previous conviction was not an offense for which he could be deported.

                    The Sheriff said he was frustrated with the county’s funding over his department over the past 10 years. While he said Valerio-Romero’s isn’t the only reason he is quitting, he said Wednesday that things came to a head when asked for emergency budget help from the commission.

                    Tracy said.” This guy pops up with a million-dollar (problem) , which we don’t even have. That’s why there was a crisis. The solution has always been from Day One you’re going to have to transfer money” to cover medical costs.

                    “It’s a mess,” he added,”That’s the final straw that broke the back.”

                    • America’s Farmers depend, and cannot survive without Illegal Aliens?


                      Only 4% of agricultural workers are illegal aliens, according to a report by National Review.

                      And only 1 in 6 workers in California’s nut orchards are here illegally.

                      Removing that small a percentage would not put farmers out of business, while working it out, some workers would get overtime, and farmers might have to look to paying standard wages and mechanical tech as new solutions.

                      BUT! Without cheap labor won’t produce prices go up?

                      Yes! But! Not by much. Higher labor costs can affect only to the degree that labor impacts the products cost. Agriculture is relatively capital intensive. The labor cost are not all that significant per unit of produce. A 2011 report, by the Federation of American Immigration Reform, found that agriculture was one of many high profit sectors, and could easily still make good profits even if labor wages went up 20-30 percent.

                      Philip Martin, Professor Emeritus, at the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Davis, found only 5-6 cents for every dollar spent on produce is due to labor costs.

                      Therefore if labor cost went up 40 percent to attract American workers, labor would still only account for 7-9 cents per dollar. This would account to about nine dollars extra per household, per year. Nothing compare to the 120 billion dollars, per year, illegal aliens, cost America citizens!

                      Robotics and better wages is the answer, not the myth of illegal aliens or bust for farmers. Only special interest groups reap the gains of illegal aliens, while we pay the price.

                      Next the final solution…..Hint it involves a wall, and Mexicans get to pay for it!

                  • First they came for Alex Jones……

                    What the leftists in Gov can’t do with illegals to win elections….

                    The leftists in Silicon Valley will…

                    I knew Google and friends were working hard on changing voting habits, and make up two sets of censor rules, depending upon the way one leans. I just didn’t know it would be so soon! WOW! I guess they have no patience for the southern border votes, nor have any shame.

                    • George Michalopulos says

                      Dino, I’m spitting mad because of what they did to Alex Jones (not because I was a fan but on principle).

                      It seems however to be backfiring on the Deep State.

                    • George Michalopulos says

                      In fact, I’m so mad I’m perilously close to taking down by fakebook page. Esp after I found out that zuck is getting more info from our banks.


                    • Nor I a fan George, simply principle as you say. For what it’s worth Twitter has not followed suit. Alex Jones has 2.4 million subscribers. Compare that with CNN primetime news which get about 825,000 viewers.

                      First colleges protested, harassed, shouted down, and finally banned conservatives, because of safety concerns, now social media has taken a turn for the worse. Notice Farrakhan, NYT’s Sarah Jeong, and ANTIFA get a pass by the likes of Zuckerberg. Yet Facebook also bans Republican Elizabeth Heng’s campaign ad as “shocking, disrespectful, or sensational.”

                      Monopolies like Facebook and Google can and will shape elections, and worst shape public perspective and thinking, not the Russians. There’s a story CNN should really follow.

                      Also, Donald Trump’s ‘Star’ in Hollywood will be removed from the walk of ‘fame’ as per a vote in West Hollywood. Apparently he does not hold up to Hollywood’s HIGH STANDARDS! The same city that gave porn actress Stormy Daniels a key to their city a couple month ago!

                    • George Michalopulos says

                      Dino, having come back from Russia, I can only say that America today is beyond parody. (Not that Russia’s perfect –it’s not–but it’s culture is not certifiably insane.)

                      Just sayin’.

                      Seriously people, if you wanna step back in time and see what a normal country used to look like, go to Russia. While there are signs of creeping decadence (i.e. tatoos, etc.) the Grand Uglification that has overtaken American young people –especially women–has only taken baby steps. Anyway, I hope it is stopped. In fact, the beauty of the women and virility of the average Russian male is astonishing to behold. (My brother-in-law and I had a running joke: “hot chick at 2 o’clock”, etc. Finally he said “screw it: just go to 12:01 to 11:59!”)

                      More later.

  7. Tim R. Mortiss says

    “The lady doth protest too much, methinks”. Queen Gertrude in Hamlet.