…A local pastor says his home has been vandalized three times since June — targeted because of his strong opposition to the mosque….Source: House of New Jersey pastor against proposed mosque is vandalized
The professional political douche-bag class redux: Get ready for 2020 ‘cuz here comes a NY limousine progressive fuck-tard with Daddy’s name name and no real skills or life experience, as well as yet ANOTHER semi-black dude from a privileged background and IVY league schools.
Little Lord Cuomo -his father’s shadow, walking around in shoes he knows that we know are too bog for him really – has like most progressive turds never had a real job. Went to private schools in Queens, then to Albany for a law degree. Daddy hired him as a campaign manager. Because dad was a good trooper for the Dem machine, Cuomo got slot as head of HUD under Clinton- in line with his communist and re-distributing temperament. Winds shifted in DC and he managed to become NYAG for a spell – yet another public “job”. Married into the progressive royalty of the Kennedy clan … THE Kennedy clan … but he probably ruined that. Lives now with a lady who wrote a cook book. He is READY to look out fo you though. Really.
Next up for you, Cory Obama Booker with his smooth stage visage, a warm spot for jews and lot of prog-feelings had – just like our Kenyan communist – used his negro-chic to waltz into Newark NJ (though he had no history or connections there) to make a political name for himself. Reminds of someone wh0 moved to Chappaqua just in time to become a NY Senator a while back, but the name escapes me.
I can’t wait to hit the ballot booth in 2020, i may just register D to cast my ballot.
President-elect Donald Trump has not yet even taken the oath of office, but two men from the NY-NJ are propelling themselves into the political arena as possible contenders in 2020. But, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) have both shown big ambitions. Both have taken bold and dramatic steps in recent days to ensure that their names are on the lips of Democrats looking for the next Democratic presidential contender.
Both Cuomo and Booker had opening gambits to get themselves national attention. Booker broke with tradition this week, and testified against a sitting U.S. senator — attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions. “The next attorney general must bring hope and healing to this country, and this demands a more courageous empathy than Senator Sessions’ record demonstrates,” Booker said.
And while Booker has not said straight out that he will be a candidate in 2020, there is a Facebook page called “Cory Booker for President in 2020.”
Meanwhile, Cuomo has been carrying his bridge to the national spotlight too. “We all heard the roar on Election Day and we must respond,” Cuomo said in his first of several State of the State addresses on Monday. Cuomo has seemingly been attempting to fix everything – the Tappan Zee Bridge, John F. Kennedy International and LaGuardia airports, the subways, and the railroads. He has also announced an exhaustive series of programs to rescue the forgotten middle class. He even held a high-profile even with U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) to offer New York students free college tuition. The proposal came with a pat on the back from Sanders himself.
“If New York state does it this year, mark my words, state after state will follow,” Sanders said at the event this month.
Booker and Cuomo want to be the go-to people for anti-Trump commentary. “They want to be the spokespeople for the Democratic Party; the progressive left; the sane American,” Muzzio said.
But it is four long years before the next presidential election, and as Gov. Cuomo’s father – the late former Gov. Mario Cuomo – once said, “Between then and now, a pope could be born.” In other words, a lot can happen.
By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley
Another year, another failure of global warming to occur at even half the rate originally predicted by IPCC in 1990.CO2 emissions have increased at a rate somewhat above the high-end prediction made in IPCC’s First Assessment Report. In 2013 our sins of emission totaled 10.8 billion tonnes of carbon; in 2014 the official estimate, in the annual paper published by le Quéré et al., was 10.9 billion tonnes:… Source: When will ‘The Pause’ in global temperature return? | Watts Up With That?
“…As we prepare for a new year, President Clinton and Chelsea remain dedicated to our work providing everyone a chance to succeed,” Lindsey wrote in the email. “Your contribution before the end of the year is so important that President Clinton is personally TRIPLING every gift to the Foundation, up to $200,000.”
Interestingly, Hillary’s name is nowhere to be found.
The FBI is still investigating the Clinton Foundation for corruption and money laundering. It was a hot topic during the presidential race; Donald Trump repeatedly described the foundation as a “criminal enterprise.” Emails published by WikiLeaks exposed questionable behavior at the foundation, such as the Qatari government presenting Bill Clinton with a $1 million check for his birthday.
In the email to foundation supporters, Lindsey dismissed allegations of wrongdoing, describing the foundation as a “force for good in this world.”
We’ll see in the coming months and years if the foundation’s sketchy donors were truly committing to “saving the world,” or if they just saw the foundation as an easy way to purchase influence and access to power.
Bill Clinton is personally pledging up to $200,000 in matching donations.
Around 3 a.m. Monday AM 27-year-old Harry Kyreakedes – an off-duty New Rochelle police officer – crashed his Jeep Cherokee into a tree on Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains. Kyreakedes, who has been charged, had a blood-alcohol content of .23, nearly three times the legal limit. His passenger, 27-year-old Isaac Ward, was transported to the local hospital where he was pronounced dead. Kyreakedes was also transported to the hospital where he underwent surgery to his legs. He has been charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving while intoxicated. Off-duty New Rochelle officer charged in fatal White Plains crash
…Americans spent more than $3 trillion, or 17.5% of GDP, on healthcare in 2015. Are they getting any bang for their buck? Source: U.S. Healthcare is a Global Outlier, and Not in a Good Way
Christian Newman writes at Lew Rockwell.com “…Modern conservatives have shown not a love for country, a love and respect for the liberties and freedoms of their neighbors and people who live alongside them, but they have shown a love for the state and the American empire. They’ve shown a love for activist government, for taxation above and beyond what their supposed heroes dumped tea into a harbor for. They’ve welcomed the red-coats into their homes through warrant-less searches, and they worship the red, white, and blue calf that the Bible warned them against...” Go here – LewRockwell
George Soros is at it again. Don’t blame him for the calamities facing the various countries of the west. It is all Germany’s fault; it is also all Putin’s fault. It has nothing to do with crony capitalism and central banking; it has nothing to do with his open borders / refugee / immigration initiatives. Nothing to do with bringing freedom through warfare and invasion throughout North Africa, the Middle East, Central Europe and Central Asia. Nope. Nothing to do with any of the causes that he supported. Instead, the fault lies with those who have opposed these causes.
He opens with his memories of growing up in Hungary, under “Hitler’s” Germany. This so the imagery wouldn’t be missed when he writes later of Trump and the various similar voter rebellions and national movements coming in Europe…. Source: bionic mosquito: National Socialism Bad; International Socialism Good
By Tony Heller | The Deplorable Climate Science Blog | December 25, 2016 “Early in life I had noticed that no event is ever correctly reported in a newspaper” – George Orwell Recognizing that…
Al-Manar | December 26, 2016 Israeli ministers have approved a bill that would allow a court to order sites such as Facebook and YouTube to remove material found to be “incitement,” which they say …Source: Israeli Ministers Approve Bill to Remove Online ‘Incitement’
Well, in 1996, Australia outlawed and confiscated semi-auto and slide-action rifles and shotguns. And crime in Oz came to a standstill.We kid, we kid.After giving the law ten years to stabilize things, here’s what a chart of the last ten years’ gun violations in the city of Melbourne looks like:
At …this time we understand that a muslim refugee (apparently a Pakistan muslim refugee that recently entered Germany) living in Germany murdered a Polish Catholic truck driver 37-year old Ariel Zurawski who apparently was carrying a load of steel from Italy to Berlin. The muslim refugee stole Ariel Zurawski truck and then drove that truck into a crowd of people doing their Christmas shopping. The muslim refugee killed at least 9 12 people and seriously injured more than 50. Several of those injured are critical. We can expect the number of dead to increase. We can expect similar attacks in the future. Globalist say that increased number of muslims have nothing to do with an increasing amount of violence tied to political islam. Many of us know better. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claimed responsibility for the attack. Why is there a Christmas tree and 12 dead people under the wheels of truck driving by a muslim refugee Pope Francis? So, it is time for the progressives…Source: Charles Carroll Society
… man was found dead near Bryant Park early Saturday morning.Around 2 a.m., police responded to a call about a man shot near West 40th Street and Sixth Avenue. When they arrived, they found a 27-year-old man unconscious and unresponsive with several gunshot wounds.The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.He had apparently been involved in an argument with the alleged shooter when the two left the subway nearby, police said. The argument escalated and became physical, and the shooter allegedly pulled a gun and shot the victim four times.Police found the gun nearby.The alleged shooter is described as being around 6-feet tall and weighing 190 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black leather jacket…. Source: Man fatally shot near Bryant Park, gunman on the loose
If you remember back when the “birther” thing was raging and the alleged long-form “birth certificate” was “released” by the President I did a multi-segment dissection of the computer file (PDF) that contained same.My conclusion was that it had been manufactured. I based that analysis on my examination of the data patterns that were allegedly a “scan”, along with my more than two decades of experience with scanners, Adobe software and more. That conclusion said nothing about whether Obama was actually born in the United States; it only went to the issue of whether he had presented a true and complete copy of an archived document that actually existed or whether said “copy” was in fact manufactured — made up.
To this day I stand by the conclusions I reached.
Now, just yesterday, it was disclosed that Sheriff Joe has found the source document used to produce the so-called “birth certificate. His investigators found the birth certificate that contains elements that were obviously lifted wholesale through digital means and used to construct the Obama-presented “long form” birth certificate.
It is simply not possible that all of the elements in question are exactly identical in their position and inclination (“tilt”) between these two documents that were hand-stamped and fed, by hand, into a typewriter. In short what Sheriff Joe’s investigators found was the smoking gun — the original source from which the elements that were lifted had been cribbed.There is no other explanation for the congruence between these two supposedly-unrelated pieces of paper filled out days apart and stamped by hand, manually, using a rubber stamp and typewriter. It is not possible for these elements to have randomly matched exactly between two separately-prepared, hand-stamped and typed documents.
When I first saw this report I assumed someone was yanking everyone’s chain as what I was sent was a YouTube link. But…. there really does appear to be a news story on the press conference on Fox10 Phoenix’s page with it embedded.If it’s a hoax it’s a pretty good one.Where is the national coverage on this folks?
It is an absolute smoking gun that proves the document presented to the people of the United States was forged and is not a true and correct copy of an original that was properly filed and through the routine course of record-keeping placed (e.g. microfilmed, etc) in the archives of the State of Hawaii.
There is not now, and I bet there will not be, one bit of national coverage (or any prosecution either) of what is a rather clear felony — the forgery of an official state record and the presentment of same as a valid credential.. Source: Market-Ticker
…Princeton officials are putting the men’s swimming and diving season on hold over offensive messages linked to the team. An anonymous complaint earlier this week alerted school officials to vulgar, misogynistic and racist content on the team’s listserv, university spokesman John Cramer said Friday.“The behavior that we have learned about is simply unacceptable. It is antithetical to the values of our athletic program and of the University, and will not be tolerated,” Princeton Athletics Director Mollie Marcoux Samaan said in a statement released by the school.
…obtained from the public website of the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services. It is believed to have been authored by a representative of a city police department in Virginia.Source: (U//LES) Virginia Police Domestic Terrorism and Extremist Groups Presentation
Olajuwon Claiborne, 26, has been charged in the violent attack that left Josephine Regnier, a US Navy veteran, with broken ribs and a concussionRegnier, who served during World War II, had been waiting for her daughter to give her a ride to the dentist shortly before noon on WednesdayBut when she went inside the building to warm up, Claiborne allegedly shoved her inside, then hit her and stole her purseHe was captured on surveillance footage and located four days laterClaiborne is charged with home invasion and robbery, as well as aggravated battery and robbery of an elderly victim Regnier was released from the hospital Sunday, four days after the attack, and is said to be recovering slowly…Source: Chicago man is charged with beating and robbing elderly US Navy WWII veteran | Daily Mail Online
Former Brady Bunch star Susan Olsen has been fired after she got into an online confrontation with openly gay actor Leon Acord-Whiting, according to a Los Angeles radio station.
…20-year-old Asa Robert, of Brooklyn, was convicted of rape, sexual abuse, assault, according to acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez today.The attack happened around 2 p.m. on July 13, 2015. … Robert entered the woman’s apartment on Brighton 11th Street while she was taking out the garbage. A short time later, the woman went to bed when she was startled by a noise and found the man hiding in her bedroom. The woman yelled for him to leave, when he grabbed her by the neck, forced her onto the bed and held a knife to her face. He then punched her in the chest and demanded money while tying her hands behind her back, ransacking the bedroom. The man then dragged her into the kitchen, assaulted her then took the woman back to her bedroom where he raped and sodomized her, Robert then instructed the victim not to call the police, then fled the home with a bag containing the the woman’s personal items… Source: Brooklyn man convicted of raping 82-year-old woman
Police are investigating after a 31-year-old man was stabbed to death in Brooklyn early Sunday morning. According to police, Delvin Martinez, 31, of Brooklyn, was fatally stabbed in the torso and neck during an assault on Heyward Street in the Williamsburg section shortly after midnight. Another 29-year-old man was also found with stab wounds to the torso, neck and face, police said. He was taken to a nearby hospital in critical, but stable condition.No arrests have been made… Source: Man Stabbed To Death in Brookly
…Kareem Hayes, 36, of New Brunswick, was arrested on Nov. 29. An investigation by Toms River Police found that Hayes purposefully used a lighter to burn the face of a 6-year-old child he was watching at a home in Toms River, police said.The child suffered second and third-degree burns to the face, neck and ear, police said. Kareem Hayes Of NJ Charged With Burning Child’s Face With Lighter
“Andre showed up at the premises armed with a butcher knife. There was a tense standoff with officers on scene,” said Police Chief Scott Thompson. “They were able to not shoot him, which he was essentially asking them to do. They utilized a tazer to neutralize him.”
Just hours earlier, at a news conference, Thompson called Wesley armed and dangerous, and asked the public’s help in finding him .“We would classify him as a serial rapist,” said Thompson. Wanted for a brutal sex assault, the likes of which stuns even the city’s most experienced detectives. Police say the suspect drove a white van seen on surveillance video when he picked up the victim on Broadway and attacked her at an abandoned lot. She managed to call for help. “He believed her to be dead at the time. We clearly believe that was his intention, was To kill her,” said Thompson. Police won’t say what lead them to Wesley. In Willingboro, authorities raided the home he shares with family, and It’s there police eventually captured him. And Chief Thompson says he is a likely suspect in other rapes in the region.
Wesley faces a long list of charges including attempted murder, aggravated sexual assault, kidnapping and robbery. He is being held on $2 million cash bail. Source: Police capture wanted man in Camden sex assault
A Maplewood man – 28-year-old Stevenson Valentin – was charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of a toddler and 21-year-old man in an Orange, New Jersey home. Gunfire erupted inside of a home on Cleveland Avenue on Nov. 3., leaving Marcus Milien, 1, and his uncle Morlens Milice dead. NJ.com reports two other victims, including a 15-year-old boy and the toddler’s father injured.
Police arrested Valentin during a traffic stop in Newark. He was charged with two counts of murder; possession of a weapon; possession unlawful purpose and two counts of aggravated assault on the two other shootings. Valentin’s bail was set at $1 million with no 10 percent by Essex County Superior Court. Source: Police make arrest in murder of toddler, man in OrangeNJ
Police on Monday are searching for two gunmen accused of shooting The armed men forced their into a way into the home shared by 58-year-old Henry Wright and 52-year-old Sharon Floyd-Wright – a state corrections officer and his wife – during a botched home invasion robbery in Jamaica, Queens. The armed men forced their into a way into the home shared by the two in the Jamaica section of the borough just before 7 p.m. Sunday.Police say one or both of them men shot Wright five times in the torso. Floyd-Wright was shot in the shoulder but managed to pick up a hammer and hit one of the men with the claw end of a hammer in his head, police said. Both culprits, dressed in dark clothes, hoodies and blue jeans, ran away in separate directions after the attack. It’s unclear at this time whether the couple was targeted. They were rushed to the hospital, where Wright is expected to survive from his gunshot wounds. The NYPD said “nothing appeared” to be stolen….Source: Gunmen shoot couple in Queens home invasion
Two people are dead following a head-on crash this morning in New Jersey.It happened just before 7:30 a.m. in Winslow Township.Police say the driver of a 2003 Chevy Malibu was traveling westbound on Williamstown Road when they crossed over the center line and struck a Honda Civic, before the Malibu then continued to travel westbound where it overturned.
Police say Janiyah Conquest, 19, of Sicklerville, was a passenger inside the Malibu. Police say she was ejected from the vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene. Joel Hutton, 23, of Berlin, was identified as the driver of the Malibu. He also died at the scene… Source: 2 Killed Following Head-On Crash In Winslow Twp
MAYS LANDING, N.J. — Authorities have identified two brothers who were shot, one of them fatally, in the parking lot of a mall in New Jersey. ..the shooting happened around 1 a.m. Friday outside the Macy’s store of the Hamilton Mall in Mays Landing. Demond Cottman, 21, of Atlantic City, was shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene.Shadi Cottman, 26, of Clayton, was shot in the leg and was listed in stable condition…. Source: Man fatally shot, brother injured outside NJ mall
The Chinese government is set to adopt the Cybersecurity Law, a regressive measure that strengthens censorship, surveillance, and other controls over the Internet, Human Rights Watch said today. China’s top legislative body, the National People’s Congress Standing Committee, held a third and final reading on the law on October 31, 2016, and is expected to pass the law by the end of its October 31-November 7 session.
“Despite widespread international concern from corporations and rights advocates for more than a year, Chinese authorities pressed ahead with this restrictive law without making meaningful changes,” said Sophie Richardson, China Director. “The already heavily censored Internet in China needs more freedom, not less.”
The third and final reading draft, which has not been officially published, reflects some changes from the first draft. Yet the fundamentally abusive aspects of the initial draft remain unchanged. The final draft:
- Requires a range of companies to censor “prohibited” information and restrict online anonymity, including by demanding that companies require users to provide their real name and personal information. The final law adds instant messaging services to the list of service providers subject to real-name requirements;
- Requires “critical information infrastructure operators” to store users’ “personal information and other important business data” in China. The final draft narrows the scope to only data that is related to a firm’s China operations, but the term “important business data” is undefined, and companies must still submit to a security assessment if they want to transfer data outside the country. The definition of “critical information infrastructure” remains vague and could encompass a broad range of companies;
- Requires companies to monitor and report to the government undefined “network security incidents,” as well as provide undefined “technical support” to security agencies to aid in investigations, raising fears of increased surveillance. The final draft further specifies that network operators must retain network logs for at least six months and accept government supervision; and
- Provides a legal basis for potentially large-scale network shutdowns to respond to “major [public] security incidents.”…
We are fast approaching an era when humanity will be subjugated by a technological tyranny managed by an untouchable organization of elites, bureaucrats and paid public minders hired to monitor our behaviors, emotions and thoughts. In an environment like this, law and justice will be meaningless, as the tools of a technocracy can be used to enforce the policies and whims of whoever monitors us, whether it be corporate employees, criminals, or abusive state actors.Recent developments and roll-outs of advanced facial recognition technology are a hint of the coming ubiquity in using biometric, face-scanning, emotion-reading, all-seeing technology to govern every detail of daily life.
Consider the following developments:
In bitcoin-related investigations, authorities will often follow the digital trail of an illegal transaction or suspicious user back to a specific account at a bitcoin trading company. From here, investigators will likely subpoena the company for records about that particular user, so they can then properly identify the person suspected of a crime.The Internal Revenue Service, however, has taken a different approach. Instead of asking for data relating to specific individuals suspected of a crime, it has demanded bitcoin trading site Coinbase to provide the identities of all of the firm’s US customers who made transactions over a three year period, because there is a chance they are avoiding paying taxes on their bitcoin reserves. Coinbase has a total of millions of customers…Source: IRS Demands Identities of All US Coinbase Traders Over Three Year Period | Motherboard
The election is over but the implications are still very much alive. You just have to watch the news for a few minutes to see protests, violence, people randomly attacked and so on.Folks, this isnt a political website. As I’ve always said vote anyway you think you should (and that’s exactly what millions did) but if one thing is clear is that the lack of tolerance has reach record levels and on one hand you have people that can’t seem to process that they’ve lost, just like some can’t grasp the concept of finally getting what they wanted and be content with it. This website is about practical, objective advice. If you can’t stop yourself from wearing your Trump or Anti Trump, or Hillary for Prison t-shirt then that’s fine too, but know that from a practical perspective, it’s not exactly advisable at the moment.Having said all this, here’s my advice….
Police on Wednesday released disturbing surveillance video showing a vicious sucker-punch that led to the death of a 64-year-old man in Queens.Patrick Gorman was walking near the corner of Queens Boulevard and Main Street in Briarwood when he bumped into the attacker’s girlfriend just after midnight on June 26, cop sources said.“Excuse me,” Gorman said, before the man belted him in the face, sources said.The video shows the male suspect punching Gorman, who is seen falling squarely on his back as the duo calmly ambles off.The victim tries to get back on his feet and then collapses.Gorman was taken to Jamaica Hospital, where he died the next day at about 9 a.m., police said.The city medical examiner ruled Gorman’s death a homicide last week, said a spokeswoman for the agency.Gorman died from blunt force trauma to the head.. Source: Brutal sucker-punch leads to man’s death | New York Post
He made $9 an hour; fine was $239. Pay now, judge said, and wouldn’t allow installments. ACLU says it’s akin to debtors’ prison
Anthony Kneisser says all he was trying to do was set up a payment plan to pay a fine he received for throwing a cigarette butt out the window of his car. Instead, he says, he wound up in jail in Burlington Township, because he could not pay the fine in full the day he appeared in court.
Kneisser, of Jackson NJ, filed a lawsuit against Burlington Township and Dennis McInerney, the township’s municipal court judge, charging the decision to jail Kneisser violated due process and discriminated against him based on income. The suit was filed in federal court in Camden. Now, the American Civil Liberties Union has joined in, labeling the action to jail him akin to a modern-day debtors’ prison. (more…)
A Roman Catholic priest from New Jersey has been charged in Pennsylvania with uploading child pornography to an internet chat room. His lawyer is attacking the probe and says the priest will “vigorously” defend himself.The Rev. Kevin Gugliotta of Mahwah is charged with 20 counts of possession of child pornography and 20 counts of dissemination of child pornography. He was arrested last week in Toms River, New Jersey, and is being held pending extradition to Pennsylvania.
Editor’s Note: ( Ralph Turchiano) Vital Research into why some medicines may help one segment of society and harm another. “African ancestry is associated with a stronger inflammatory response, which limited the growth of bacteria. “ Public Release: 20-Oct-2016 Cell Press This visual abstract depicts how genetic variants enriched in population specific signals of natural […]
Police are trying to identify a man in a wheelchair who they said pulled out a gun and opened fire, killing another man outside a housing complex in the Bronx.Just before 2 a.m. Sunday, police said they found 28-year-old Kevin Thomas outside the Mott Haven Houses on East 143rd Street with numerous gunshot wounds to the torso. He was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.Police later released surveillance images of two suspects, including the man in the wheelchair who they said “displayed a firearm and shot the victim multiple times.” He is described by police as a black man who was wearing glasses and a black jacket… Source: Gunman In Wheelchair Kills Man In The Bronx, Police Say « CBS New York