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NEW FILM: HILLARY'S AMERICA! A MUST SEE

Dinesh D'Souza, whose two earlier films on Obama landed him in prison, has now exposed the corrupt history of the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton in a new film.

Below are two trailers for the film to be released in mid-July.


Stop Them Now!

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THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, THE PRO-SLAVERY PARTY, HAS PERPETUATED RACISM EVER SINCE THE CIVIL WAR


The distinguished scholar Professor Thomas Sowell of Stanford's Hoover Institution is one of the wise men of our age. He sees, remembers and puts important things in context. The racist tradition in American has been consistently fostered and perpetuated by the Democratic Party.

Black and White, Left and Right
Thomas Sowell | Mar 22, 2016
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Much is made of the fact that liberals and conservatives see racial issues differently, which they do. But these differences have too often been seen as simply those on the right being racist and those on the left not.

You can cherry-pick the evidence to reach that conclusion. But you can also cherry-pick the evidence to reach the opposite conclusion.

During the heyday of the Progressive movement in the early 20th century, people on the left were in the forefront of those promoting doctrines of innate, genetic inferiority of not only blacks but also of people from Eastern Europe and Southern Europe, as compared to people from Western Europe.

Liberals today tend to either glide over the undeniable racism of Progressive President Woodrow Wilson or else treat it as an anomaly of some sort. But racism on the left at that time was not an anomaly, either for President Wilson or for numerous other stalwarts of the Progressive movement.

An influential 1916 best-seller, "The Passing of the Great Race" -- celebrating Nordic Europeans -- was written by Madison Grant, a staunch activist for Progressive causes such as endangered species, municipal reform, conservation and the creation of national parks.

He was a member of an exclusive social club founded by Republican Progressive Theodore Roosevelt, and Grant and Franklin D. Roosevelt became friends in the 1920s, addressing one another in letters as "My dear Frank" and "My dear Madison." Grant's book was translated into German, and Adolf Hitler called it his Bible.

Progressives spearheaded the eugenics movement, dedicated to reducing the reproduction of supposedly "inferior" individuals and races. The eugenics movement spawned Planned Parenthood, among other groups. In academia, there were 376 courses devoted to eugenics in 1920.

Progressive intellectuals who crusaded against the admission of immigrants from Eastern Europe and Southern Europe, branding them as genetically inferior, included many prominent academic scholars -- such as heads of such scholarly organizations as the American Economic Association and the American Sociological Association.

Southern segregationists who railed against blacks were often also Progressives who railed against Wall Street. Back in those days, blacks voted for Republicans as automatically as they vote for Democrats today.

Where the Democrats' President Woodrow Wilson introduced racial segregation into those government agencies in Washington where it did not exist at the time, Republican President Calvin Coolidge's wife invited the wives of black Congressmen to the White House. As late as 1957, civil rights legislation was sponsored in Congress by Republicans and opposed by Democrats.

Later, when the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was sponsored by Democrats, a higher percentage of Congressional Republicans voted for it than did Congressional Democrats. Revisionist histories tell a different story. But, as Casey Stengel used to say, "You could look it up" -- in the Congressional Record, in this case.

Conservatives who took part in the civil rights marches, or who were otherwise for equal rights for blacks, have not made nearly as much noise about it as liberals do. The first time I saw a white professor, at a white university, with a black secretary, it was Milton Friedman at the University of Chicago in 1960 -- four years before the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

She was still his secretary when he died in 2006. But, in all those years, I never once heard Professor Friedman mention, in public or in private, that he had a black secretary. By all accounts, she was an outstanding secretary, and that was what mattered.

The biggest difference between the left and right today, when it comes to racial issues, is that liberals tend to take the side of those blacks who are doing the wrong things -- hoodlums the left depicts as martyrs, while the right defends those blacks more likely to be the victims of those hoodlums.

Rudolph Giuliani, when he was the Republican mayor of New York, probably saved more black lives than any other human being, by promoting aggressive policing against hoodlums, which brought the murder rate down to a fraction of what it was before.

A lot depends on whether you judge by ringing words or judge by actual consequences.

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NEW INFO! SUPPORT OUR POLICE - RALLY, SATURDAY, JAN 3RD, YARMOUTH, 11 to 1

NEW LOCATION FOR RALLY!


We know who we turn to in time of crisis: If it's not the fire and rescue it's the police.

Al Sharpton and national officials who he advises have been signalling that the police are not to be trusted. This is not only an insult to all officers who put their lives on the line for people every day, it creates dangerous situations in neighborhoods where minorities need police protection the most. It is a national disgrace that a man with a record of race-baiting, incitement and fraud such as Sharpton's is a White House advisor.

That anti-police rhetoric has caused the death of at least two police officers is an outrage.

This Saturday from 11 to 1 a rally to show our thanks for what the police do will be held at the Dennis-Yarmouth High School at 210 Station Street. The location has been changed due to the huge interest If you can spare a few minutes to stop by to show your appreciation, that would be great! Here are the details:

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Home made signs welcome as are American flags and blue banners.

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REPUBLICAN SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS SLAMS DEMOCRATIC AMNESTY PLAN THAT WOULD DEVASTATE JOBS AND WAGES OF AMERICAN WORKERS

Republican Senator Jeff Sessions is leading the fight for the men and women of America who are working and those who want to be working. Session is opposed to the plans of the Democratic Senate majority and Obama to grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants that would tear apart the job market for Americans.

Supporting this unilateral grant of amnesty by Obama in a key vote in July were Democratic senators Shaheen of New Hampshire, Markey of Massachusetts, Hagan of North Carolina, Begich of Alaska, Pryor of Arkansas and Landrieu of Louisiana. These senators are all up for election on November 4th and should go down to defeat because they put their Democrat political donors ahead of the interests of the people they were elected to represent.

Senator Sessions, a senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and Ranking Member of the Budget Committee, has been a relentless champion of protecting American jobs, battling the Obama Administration, congressional Democrats and the billionaire corporate immigration lobby that would crush the middle class.

On September 12th on the Senate floor Senator Sessions laid out in detail the facts about the enormous damage that the Democrats' immigration amnesty plan would do to America.

Session vowed that the voices of the American people would prevail over the billionaire "Masters of the Universe" who would rob Americans of their livelihood and their future.

“Earlier this week I spoke about the President's promise that he would issue an executive amnesty to 5 or 6 million people. The planned amnesty would include work permits, photo ID's, and Social Security numbers for millions of people who illegally entered the U.S., illegally overstayed their visas, or defrauded U.S. immigration authorities.

The Senate Democratic Conference has supported and enabled the President's unlawful actions and blocked every effort to stop them. Not even one of our Democratic colleagues has backed the House legislation that would stop this planned executive amnesty or demanded that Senator Reid bring it up for a vote. Every Senate Democrat is therefore the President's partner in his planned lawless acts.

Tonight I would like to talk about the influence of special interests on our nation's immigration system. How did we get to the point where elected officials, activist groups, the ACLU, and global CEOs are openly working to deny American workers the immigration protections to which they are legally entitled? How did we get to the point where the Democratic Party is prepared to nullify and wipe away the immigration laws of the United States of America?

Just yesterday Majority Leader Reid wrote in a tweet something that was shocking. He said: ‘Since House Republicans have failed to act on immigration, I know the President will. When he does, I hope he goes real big.’

Let this sink in for a moment. The Majority Leader of the Senate is bragging that he knows the President will circumvent Congress to issue executive amnesty to millions, and he is encouraging the President to ensure this amnesty includes as many people as possible. And the White House has acknowledged that 5 to 6 million is the number they are looking at.

Has one Senate Democrat stepped forward to reject Mr. Reid's statement? Has one Senate Democrat stepped forward to say: I support the legislation passed by the House of Representatives that would secure the border and block this executive amnesty? Have they ever said they support that? Have they ever said: I will do everything in my power to see that the House legislation gets a vote in the Senate so the American people can know what is going on? No. All we hear is silence.

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DEMOCRATIC PARTY HAS BETRAYED AFRICAN-AMERICAN YOUTH.

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We've seen Ferguson before, in Detroit, 1967.

Obama's economy, overburdened with regulations, has sputtered and stalled, resulting in high unemployment in black neighborhoods. But even if there were jobs, "Just 5% of African-American students meet the ACT's college readiness benchmark in all four subject areas: English, reading, math and science." The unholy alliance between the Democratic Party and public teachers' unions has produced "crumbling" inner city school systems. The result, no skills, no jobs. No jobs, no skills, The Democrats have betrayed their most loyal voting block, African-American voters.

Ferguson, USA

50 years after the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a Ferguson doesn't need to happen.
By Daniel Henninger, Wall Street Journal

It has been 50 years since Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Across that half century, the condition of inner-city black life in America has consumed immeasurable amounts of the nation's public and private spending, litigation, academic study, cultural output and opinion. And yet everything about Ferguson is familiar.

A poor neighborhood has erupted over a police killing, protesters are in the streets, civil-rights leaders are everywhere, local businesses have been looted and cameramen are recording the most familiar image of all—young black men in a state of rage. Eventually Ferguson will subside as a daily news story, and then life in this small town in the middle of the country will return to being what it was.

We've seen these pictures before: the urban in riot in Detroit, 1967. AP
What we are seeing in Ferguson occurred on a larger scale in Detroit and Newark in 1967, in the Watts section of Los Angeles in 1965, and in a neighborhood called Hough on the east side of Cleveland in 1966. Some argue that Detroit and Newark never recovered.

We will leave it to others to plumb the riddles of whether racism and injustice create the Fergusons of America. A question more open to the possibility of an answer is: Why don't more young guys in places like Ferguson have a job to occupy their days?

The short answer is, they don't work because there is no work. And anyway, who would hire them? President Barack Obama explained all this in February when he announced the "My Brother's Keeper" Initiative.

"As a black student," Mr. Obama said, "you are far less likely than a white student to be able to read proficiently by the time you are in fourth grade. By the time you reach high school, you're far more likely to have been suspended or expelled." And the future? "Fewer young black and Latino men participate in the labor force compared to young white men. And all of this translates into higher unemployment rates and poverty rates as adults." All indisputable.

The goal of "My Brother's Keeper," Mr. Obama said, is to find out "what works," and then build on what works.

But we know what works. The build-out is simply waiting for a head contractor to get the job done.

When the president announced this initiative in February, the progressive website Think Progress produced an article that includes one eye-popping chart. Based on data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it shows the unemployment rate for black youth from 2007-2012. In November 2009 it hit 49.1%. It has declined to about 35%, but remains twice the rate for young whites.

The article also noted the massive shortfall in educational preparedness: "Just 5% of African-American students meet the ACT's college readiness benchmark in all four subject areas: English, reading, math and science."

Connect the dots: What younger black men need is a decent job and the education necessary to get and hold that job. Absent that, normal life is impossible, for them or for their neighborhoods.

More dots: Last August, the Pew Research Center published a report, also documenting that the "black unemployment rate is consistently twice that of whites." Gaze, however, at Pew's chart of unemployment by race based on seasonally adjusted Bureau of Labor Statistics data from 1954 to 2013. It reveals what works.

Peak unemployment for all blacks hit 19.5% in 1983, after a deep recession. Then it plummeted, to about 11%. These were the boom years of the Reagan presidency, when economic growth hit 7% in 1984 and averaged 3.6%. Following a recession in the early 1990s, that strong-growth trend continued during Bill Clinton's presidency, and black unemployment fell further, below 10%.

The postrecession growth rate for the first five years of the Obama presidency was below 2%, and joblessness for young black men is unprecedented. Something, obviously, isn't working.

Good growth is half of what works. Without a functional education, holding a job, or improving on the one you've got, is nearly impossible. Ferguson's school system, the Washington Post's visiting reporters noted Tuesday, "is crumbling."

The decline of inner-city public schools is the greatest, most bitterly ironic social tragedy in the 50 years since passage of the liberating civil-rights acts. But what works here is no longer an unsolvable mystery. It is the alternatives that emerged to the defunct public system—charters schools and voucher-supported parochial schools. Over the past 20 years, these options, born in desperation, have forced their way into the schools mix. Freed of politicized, sludge-like central bureaucracies, they've proven they can teach kids and send them into the workforce.

Economic growth is nonpartisan. But inner-city public education is totally partisan. Democratic politicians made a Faustian bargain with the teachers unions, and the souls carried away have been the black children in those doomed schools.

What America's Fergusons need—from L.A. to Detroit to New York—is a president, and a party, obsessed with growth and messianic about giving a kid what he needs to hold the job that growth provides. Maybe by the 100th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.


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EVERY DEMOCRATIC SENATOR'S VOTE IN 2008 FOR OBAMA'S PROGRAM HAS RESULTED IN LOWER INCOMES FOR BLACKS, HISPANICS, WOMEN, WORKING FAMILIES AND THE MIDDLE CLASS.

Every Democratic senator seeking re-election who was in office in 2008 is responsible for the economic disaster that has befallen the families of America. Their 60 votes installed Obama's "transforming" agenda to the detriment of the middle class and poor of America. They did it all without a single Republican vote. If the voters know the truth, those Democrats will pay at the polls in November.

The Democratic Party's great political victory in 2008 led to the realization of a progressive agenda in the making for a century. But that agenda resulted in economic failure for working Americans. It failed as it has always failed: Progressive policies buy votes but destroy prosperity.


Senate Democrats vs. the Middle Class
Senators elected in 2008 made Obama's agenda possible, and its results have harmed most Americans.

By Phil Gramm and Michael Solon
WSJ Aug. 18, 2014

On Nov. 3, 2008, seven new Democratic senators were elected, giving Democrats 58 votes. Eight months later, with the Minnesota Senate race settled and Arlen Specter having switched parties, Democrats secured the 60th vote to overcome filibusters and impose absolute control over the Senate for the first time in 31 years. In 78 days, American voters will render judgment on the record of the Senate Democratic Class of 2008, and on all 35 Democratic candidates seeking to perpetuate their Senate majority.

The Senate's Democratic majority was united after the 2008 election in its commitment to President Obama's progressive vision to remake America. And with a financial crisis afoot, it was determined to not waste the opportunity.

ObamaCare, which gave government control of the health-care system, was vigorously supported, promoted and defended by every Senate Democrat. It became law in March 2010 without a single Republican vote in either house of Congress. Every Democratic senator cast the deciding vote for ObamaCare.

Since the Progressive Era a century ago, Democrats have dreamed of seizing the commanding heights of the financial system to expand government's ability to influence the allocation of credit. The passage of Dodd-Frank in July 2010, also supported by every Democrat in the Senate, made that dream a reality.

In 1993, President Clinton had been unable to pass a comparatively modest $16 billion stimulus program. Democrats in 2009 passed a massive $787 billion stimulus program with every Democratic senator voting for it. And with the tacit support of Democratic senators who have blocked every bill, resolution or amendment that impeded any aspect of his regulatory agenda, President Obama has implemented the most massive expansion of federal regulatory authority since the Great Depression.

It is impossible for any Democratic senator running for re-election this year to credibly argue that he or she did not support the president's program or provide a critical vote to enact it. No Democratic candidate can argue that by electing him or her and sustaining the Democratic majority in the Senate, voters can hope to alter the president's program.

With his party's Senate supermajority, President Obama achieved a series of historic political victories. But the question most voters will have to answer on Nov. 4 is whether this program has been good for working Americans. We think the answer is clear. As is well known, the Obama recovery is the weakest in postwar history. If the Obama recovery had been as strong as the average of the previous 10 postwar recoveries, 13.9 million more Americans would be working today and the average real per capita income of every man, woman and child in America would be $6,308 higher.

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