Wednesday, December 7, 2016


Back and forth. . . in and out. . .in and out . . .a little to the right. . . a little to the left . . . she could feel the sweat on her forehead . . . between her breasts. . .and, trickling down the small of her back. . . she was getting near to the end.
He was in ecstasy . . . w/a huge smile on his face as his wife moved . . . forwards then backwards . . . forward then backward . . . again
. . . and again . . . her heart was pounding now. . . her face was flushed . . . she moaned softly at first, then began to groan louder . . .finally . . . totally exhausted . . . she let out a piercing scream . . . . .
"OK, OK, you smug bastard, I can't parallel park. You do it!"

Tuesday, December 6, 2016



The Blazing Hypocrisy of Algore


The Blazing Hypocrisy of Algore


RUSH:  Algore -- and I'm wondering how did this happen.  Who called who on this?  Is Algore out there sensing that -- the reason I think it's Algore is because whenever Gore shows up, it freezes.  When Gore shows up, it's a snowstorm, it's a blizzard, and, lo and behold, here comes Gore to New York yesterday to try to get a meeting with Ivanka and Trump and warn them that they're wrong on climate change, and we're gonna have the biggest blast of cold air swamping the entire country with exception of Florida starting tomorrow.
We are gonna have this gigantic cold air mass come down from Alaska because of the jet stream.  They've been warning about this for a week and the models on this were right.  We're gonna be 20 to 30 degrees below normal in the Midwest, the upper Midwest.  Not gonna hit New York.  I think it may miss New York.  We're not gonna get it  here, either.  You know what the feel-like temperature at noon yesterday was?  It was 90 yesterday here, the feel-like.  It was.  The humidity was back up.  We just love it.  
Anyway, Gore shows up and he brings with him this massive unseasonable, unprecedented cold wave.  So I'm thinking it's Gore that called Trump.  Oh, yeah, the environment, oh, you ought to see my tech blogs.  All of a sudden they're withdrawing all allegations and accusations against Trump.  Maybe Trump has seen the light. Maybe Trump's actually going to get it on this. Maybe with Algore going in to visit, maybe we were wrong about Trump.  
I'm gonna tell you, the fastest way for me to abandon all this is if they sign on to this.  I'm just telling you right now, folks, I can't look the other way at that, and I won't.  There's no way on earth.  But I'm gonna wait and see what happens.  I think a lot of this is a show, and a lot of this is, "Algore wants to talk to me?  What about?  Climate?  Fine.  Bring him in. I'll talk to him."  Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full, Gore leaves, thinks he's mattered. 
He's on the board of Apple, too.  There's all kinds of stuff behind the scenes of every one of these meetings.  Algore's a board member at Apple.  Trump's got plans for Apple.  Who knows, they might not have even been talking climate change.  Everybody thinks climate change 'cause Gore.  We don't know.  But I can just tell you Trump's loving every minute of this.
RUSH:  Let me give you some little stats here on Algore, 'cause I just find this juicy as it can be.  You know, there's so much hypocrisy on the left, and they never get called on it.  They get away with every act of hypocrisy in which they engage.  When Algore ran for president in 2000, he filed a public financial disclosure report that revealed his net worth was somewhere around $700,000. In the year 2000, running for president.  Oh.  I got an email.  "Why do you pronounce his name one word, 'Algore'?"  Good question.  
To understand that, you have to have been listening here back in the Clinton days.  We used to do funny parodies of Clinton as Count Dracula and his trusty sidekick, Algore.  The real name was Igor but we called him Algore, and Clinton was sending Algore around to raise people's taxes and sucking their blood and this kind of thing.  So it's just stuck with me. He's Algore.  Trusted aide, you know, the doofus lackey that all bad guys have. 
You ever notice that every bad guy, his number one aide is an idiot! (laughing) He always ends up getting him caught.  Anyway, so it just stuck.  It's Algore, not Al Gore.  But that's why.  Anyway, when Algore ran for president in 2000, the financial disclosure report that he filed, net worth $700,000.  Today, in 2016, Algore's net worth is over $172 million.  Now, he lost the presidency in 2000.  What did he do?  What has Algore done in 16 years to go from $700,000 to $172,000,000?  A lot of that money, by the way, is oil money.  
originalYou remember when Algore bought this worthless little cable channel and turned it into something... What was it? What did he call it? (interruption) Right, he turned it into Current TV.  And the brilliant programming idea of Current TV was home videos.  Young leftist activists could make home videos of all the things they're doing to make the world a better place and send them in to Algore, and Algore would televise them on Current TV.  Well, it flopped.  Trump may have watched it, but if he did, he was the only one, 'cause Trump watches a lot of TV. 
Algore sold Current TV... Are you ready for it?  Wait for it.  Dadelut dadelut dadelut.  He sold it to the government of Qatar!  The government of Qatar, which is filthy oil money, and they turned it into Al Jazeera west or Al Jazeera north, whatever it was.  So Algore, he buys this thing for a pittance, and I think he sold it for something like $65 million or $70 million, to the government of Qatar, which is a filthy oil potentate state in the Middle East.  Now, you would think Algore hates oil because he's a big climate change guy, and those guys think oil is the greatest evil in the world.  
But Algore, in a gigantic act of hypocrisy, has profited to the Moon because of Qatar.  He also has, something like -- What is it? -- 100,000 shares of Apple.  And that stake is roughly... Ah, the Apple price is a hundred and... Let me check what the Apple price is.  I'll do some quick math on this. (interruption) Yeah, but look what the Apple price is here.  Okay, a hundred and 10 bucks. Multiply 100,000 by 110 and see what you get, and that's what it's currently worth.  Anyway, so he's up there around $173 million, and his carbon footprint is just out the wazoo, and it's just one hypocritical existence after another.  

Global Elite Are Panicking ,- Former U.S. VP ,To Media, 'We Don't Need You Guys Anymore' ,


Viral Image Shows Why The Global Elite Are Panicking - Former U.S. VP To Media 'We Don't Need You Guys Anymore'


By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

There is a direct correlation between populism growing across the globe, replacing the global "elite" one by one, and the fall of the mainstream media.  

The media has not become irrelevant because the globalists are falling, but rather the global elite are falling because the media has become irrelevant.

That is a very important distinction and a lesson learned in 2016 that must not ever be forgotten.

Populism is described as "a political doctrine that stems from a viewpoint of struggle between the populace and a ruling faction." Nationalism on the other hand is defined as "patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts."

Globalism is the exact opposite of both. Globalists believe what is best for the "international community," should override what is best for individual countries, basically sacrificing the welfare of a nation's populace to benefit the "international community" as a whole.


With the passing of the Brexit referendum in the UK which caused David Cameron, the Prime Minister, to resign, the election of Donald Trump in the U.S. as a repudiation of globalist leader Barack Obama, the Italian referendum which caused  the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to resign,  and the recent announcement by French President Francois Hollande that he will not be seeking re-election,  there is one "global elite" leader left standing... Angela Merkel, who has suffered some major losses herself in Germany.

(Camerion, Obama, Merkel, Hollande, Renzi at G5 Summit)

The image above, minus the X marks on their heads, has been going viral on social media, with messages like "Three pro-EU globalists down, one more pro-EU globalist to go," and "four down, Merkel to go", according to the Independent UK, in an article headlined "Last world leader standing: The photo that shows just how much the world has changed in 2016."

Each of these leaders have been seen as betrayers by the populists in their respective countries, putting the good of others above the good of those they were elected to represent, and each have been repudiated in elections and referendums in 2016 by the very people they have betrayed with their globalist policies.

Jobs, manufacturing, the economy, all sacrificed by the five globalists above in pursuit of their "New World Order," and all but one will be gone in 2017, with Angela Merkel seeking a fourth term, despite a "historic loss" in the Berlin state election in September, which many believe was a backlash against her open immigration policies.



The globalist supporting media in each of the "unexpected" losses had campaigned hard to prevent populism from overcoming globalism or to rephrase, to prevent the people from overcoming the elite and their agenda.

Before the Brexit vote, the media hyperventilated and claimed the whole world and markets would be "thrown in turmoil," in an attempt to influence the referendum results. Headlines from before the referendum included "Brexit 'would have huge economic impact and spark turmoil in global markets' from the Daily Mail and "Brexit would create turmoil and damage Irish trade," from the Irish Times. One of the most amusing headlines came from the UK Mirror at the time, who declared "Brexit could end Britain's hopes of hosting another World Cup or Olympics."

The same hyperbolic headlines proceeded Italy's recent referendum, with promising chaos if the "No" vote one and Renzi resigns.

The same type of howling preceded the U.S. elections with dire warnings of what would happen if Donald Trump beat globalist Hillary Clinton, where CNN headlined on November 6 with "US election 2016: this is the global market turmoil that would be triggered by a Donald Trump victory," to which not only didn't happen, but just the opposite occurred, as one day after the election, markets rallied and stocks soared, with increases still being seen as CNBC reports  today that "Stocks have been on a rip-roaring rally since the U.S. election."

One pattern here is that in every case, the mainstream media had attempted to influence the outcome, always in favor of the globalists, but the more important pattern is that the populace in each instance in their respective countries..... ignored them. Ignored the consistent flow of skewed polls claiming the "populist" candidate or position had no chance, ignored the constant negative stories being slammed out daily, in many case multiple times a day, against the candidate or position the media didn't favor.

While polling over the decades has shown an increase of distrust toward the mainstream media, until 2016, they were still able to influence primaries, elections, referendums and votes....... those days are gone, and that is why the global elite are panicking.



Former U.S. VP Dick Cheney recently sat down with Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and CNN's Barbara Starr at the Reagan Library, and said something horrifying to the mainstream media and the globalists.

Love him or hate him...... the truth is the truth.

Starr asked Cheney about the language of President-elect Trump's tweets and after answering her Cheney stated "I think one of the reasons people get so concerned about the tweets is it is sort of a way around the press. He doesn't have to rely upon, uh, rely upon -- this is the modern era, modern technology. He's at the point where we don't need you guys anymore."

The laughter from the audience is clearly heard... but nothing from CNN's Starr, because those are the words the global elite and the MSM are all terrified of... because they are the truth.

That comment comes at the 3:20 minute mark in the clip below:


The mainstream media and their "fake news," along with their "fake polls," using skewed demographics intended to create an illusion meant to influence the public, has failed, and with it they took the last thing propping up globalism and touting it as the "way forward," in an attempt to create a New World Order.

The term "leader of the free world" has often been used to describe the United States and more commonly the U.S. President of the United States, and having a populist U.S. President is a tremendous blow to globalists across the world, so it is no coincidence that after an election to where the 'populist' candidate won, Clinton has teamed up with Green Party candidate Jill Stein to petition for recounts in the three states that Trump flipped, which if successful would hand the election to the globalist candidate Hillary Clinton.

It is also no coincidence that organized protests, funded by globalist George Soros, have been seen across America after the election or that we are seeing dire warnings of "bloody Friday," with reports warning that ISIS could attack on inauguration day.

The panicked globalists will not give up....


Watch TAKE BACK YOUR POWER - free until December 1st! from Josh del Sol on Vimeo.

Have You Passed Through This Night? from Josh del Sol on Vimeo.



Hilarious Trump Christmas Parody ,“It’s The Most Wonderful Time in 8 Years”, - Dana Kamide ,


Friday, December 2, 2016



Dave Hollenbeck -Senior Editor

Dave Hollenbeck -Senior Editor
Dave Hollenbeck - Editor, CARTOONS

Twitter Threatens To Kill Trump’s Account, Social media site takes aim, at president elect,


Alex Jones discusses Twitter’s statement that they would consider banning President Elect Donald Trump’s account, an unprecedented move that would surely destroy the social media website.
A Twitter spokesperson told Slate this week that it would consider banning government officials, including president elect Trump, if its rules against “hateful conduct” were violated.
“Twitter Rules prohibit violent threats, harassment, hateful conduct, and multiple account abuse, and we will take action on accounts violating those policies,” a spokesperson recently told media outlet Quartz. “The Twitter Rules apply to all accounts.”
Give Twitter’s clear bias and selective enforcement of the rules, such a ban would not be unlikely.
Breaking: Twitter Considers Banning Trump

AUDIO PLAYBACK: We Won!’: Trump and Clinton Aides Get in Heated Clash During Harvard Forum by Josh Feldman | 7:49 pm, December 1st, 2016


Aides for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump got pretty heated about the election aftermath during a Harvard University forum yesterday.
Based on multiple reports from the event, it’s clear that Team Clinton is still pretty frustrated with how the campaign was covered and what Trump himself was doing during the campaign.
According to The Washington Post, Clinton campaign official Jennifer Palmieri said, “If providing a platform for white supremacists makes me a brilliant tactician, I am proud to have lost. I would rather lose than win the way you guys did.”
That led to this fierce back and forth:
Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s campaign manager, fumed: “Do you think I ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform?”
“You did, Kellyanne. You did,” interjected Palmieri, who choked up at various points of the session.
“Do you think you could have just had a decent message for white, working-class voters?” Conway continued. “How about, it’s Hillary Clinton, she doesn’t connect with people? How about, they have nothing in common with her? How about, she doesn’t have an economic message?”
Robby Mook and Joel Benenson pointed out at one point that Clinton won the popular vote, and according to ABC News, this resulted in Conway saying, “Hey guys, we won -– there’s no need to respond.”
She also told Team Clinton, “Guys, I can tell you are angry, but wow. Hashtag he’s your president. How’s that? Will you ever accept the election results? Will you tell your protesters that he’s their president, too?”
The Daily Beast rounded up some of the audience reactions to what they witnessed:
Much of the audience was unimpressed with what was seen as childish behavior fueled by still fresh memories and wounds from a vicious campaign.
Others were more amused.
“This is gonna be good stuff for the history books!” one audience member said.
“It’s like a goddamn foodfight,” another observed with a smirk.
You can listen to the full audio of the roundtable above.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Drudge:, Megyn Kelly, may jump to CNN, By Mark Hensch, - 12/01/16 11:58 AM EST ,

Drudge: Megyn Kelly may jump to CNN
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Fox News host Megyn Kelly is considering joining rival network CNN, according to The Drudge Report.
CNN President Jeff Zucker is actively pursuing Kelly to anchor either an 8 or 9 p.m. slot, Drudge reported.
“He is moving the Himalayan Mountains to get her,” a "top insider" said. "But they are tripped up on money. He simply can’t pay her the $20 million a year Fox has on the table.”Zucker would compensate Kelly’s salary with heavy promotion and synergy across all Time Warner networks besides CNN, according to a source involved in the proceedings.
“It’s the opportunity of a lifetime,” the source added. "She could even star in a movie at Warner Bros.”
Drudge said "The Kelly File" host is mulling whether she should leave Fox before her contract ends in July 2017.
Kelly is reportedly “despised” by her on-air colleagues, and opinions of her have deteriorated further after the release of her new book last month.
Drudge said Kelly refused to promote the book, “Settle for More,” on broadcasts with fellow Fox heavyweights Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity.
Kelly’s snub implies she is considering a possible transfer to greener pastures, the report added, and she would potentially compete with O'Reilly's "The O'Reilly Factor" should she join CNN.
The Fox star revealed in her book last month that Roger Ailes, the former Fox News CEO, harassed her by repeatedly trying to kiss her. Kelly added Ailes suggested he would not renew her contract when she rejected his advances.
Ailes resigned as chairman and chief executive of the Fox News in July following allegations of sexual harassment from a former anchor for the network. Fox, on behalf of Ailes, settled with Gretchen Carlson for $20 million in September.
Ailes, who served as an adviser to President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign, has rejected Kelly’s accusations.
“I categorically deny the allegations Megyn Kelly makes about me,” he said in statement to The Washington Post last month. "My attorneys have restricted me from commenting further — so suffice it to say that no good deed goes unpunished."

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