anonymous said:

It's funny how you defend 9/11 as not being an inside job. You're like those mothers of rapists and serial killers who say "but he was a good boy" hahaha you're a joke! People who major in physics say that there was no way a plane did that. What do you major in?? Probably bullshit! You've got professionals saying how there was no way planes were involved yet you still believe so. I feel sorry for ignorant bastards like you. Please get out from under your rock. Youtube has the proof! Slayyyyy!!!


Anonymous said:

Bush wishes that he was smart enough to plan 9/11


Next week on an all new Tumblr Detective:  things heat up as more and more anonymous experts pour in clues about the true cause of the 9/11 attacks and the secret conspiracy behind greedy oil companies devious plan to not obtain oil from Afghanistan…but rather cheap readily available sand to fund their secret playground project across the country.


This is unreal. A shopkeeper kills an armed robber and is now receiving death threats from the family of the robber. Perhaps his family’s influence is why he became an armed robber in the first place.

When an armed robber pointed a shotgun at his sister, 20-year-old Usman Seth snatched a Smith & Wesson handgun out of his father’s hands and opened fire, striking the robber in the leg. The robber fired back while hopping around the family’s Houston convenience store, but missed, as Seth yelled at the robber to drop his weapon.

When the robber refused to give up, Seth put him down for good.

…Seth said the man’s brother came to the store Saturday morning and threatened to take revenge by murdering the family.


Adrian Peterson beat his four-year-old son with a tree branch, causing severe welts and bleeding on the child’s back, legs, and buttocks, as well as kicking the boy in the scrotum. And this conservative radio show is just like “oh well he just needs to take parenting classes and learn.” Like no bitch, he deserves to go straight to jail, there is no excuse for that type of abuse.

anonymous said:

If you could change one thing about the tea party movement, what would it be?

Enough with the stupid outfits and silly costumes.  You’re supposed to be the movement of adults, at least show up dressed like it.  Look at these people:


It’s like they’re begging to be ridiculed.

Knock it off.  No one is going to take you seriously with bags hanging from your head.

Source: Hillary Clinton operatives hid crucial Benghazi documents


If this is true, this is huge. A former State Department diplomat has come forward alleging that confidants of Hillary Clinton separated out incriminating Benghazi documents before the Accountability Review Board could investigate.

From Daily Signal:

As the House Select Committee on Benghazi prepares for its first hearing this week, a former State Department diplomat is coming forward with a startling allegation: Hillary Clinton confidants were part of an operation to “separate” damaging documents before they were turned over to the Accountability Review Board investigating security lapses surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attacks on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya.

According to former Deputy Assistant Secretary Raymond Maxwell, the after-hours session took place over a weekend in a basement operations-type center at State Department headquarters in Washington, D.C. This is the first time Maxwell has publicly come forward with the story.

At the time, Maxwell was a leader in the State Department’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, which was charged with collecting emails and documents relevant to the Benghazi probe.

“I was not invited to that after-hours endeavor, but I heard about it and decided to check it out on a Sunday afternoon,” Maxwell says.

He didn’t know it then, but Maxwell would ultimately become one of four State Department officials singled out for discipline—he says scapegoated—then later cleared for devastating security lapses leading up to the attacks.

Read the Rest

Obviously, Hillary will deny this but if the witness is credible, and he seems to be, even those on the left might begin looking at the Benghazi cover-up as a real scandal.

GOP Gov. Bobby Jindal: Racism Wouldn’t Exist If Minorities Would Just Act Like White People

It’s incredibly pathetic and sad when a politician with so much promise decides to pander to the most hateful elements in our society. In the aftermath of the 2012 election, Louisiana Republican Governor Bobby Jindal declared that the GOP needs to “stop being the stupid party.” However, that moment of sanity, and Jindal’s political career, went down in flames on Sunday after he blamed minorities for racism in America, claiming that racism wouldn’t exist if they would just forget about who they are and start acting more like white people.

In an op-ed published by Politico, Jindal lashed out at minorities to mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech. Instead of standing up against the many acts of racism that have been perpetrated by his own party and by conservatives around the nation, Jindal declared that minorities are responsible for the racism in this country.

“We still place far too much emphasis on our ‘separateness,’ our heritage, ethnic background, skin color, etc. We live in the age of hyphenated Americans: Asian-Americans, Italian-Americans, African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Cuban-Americans, Indian-Americans, and Native Americans, to name just a few. Here’s an idea: How about just ‘Americans?’ That has a nice ring to it, if you ask me. Placing undue emphasis on our ‘separateness’ is a step backward. Bring back the melting pot. There is nothing wrong with people being proud of their different heritages. We have a long tradition of folks from all different backgrounds incorporating their traditions into the American experience, but we must resist the politically correct trend of changing the melting pot into a salad bowl. E pluribus Unum.”

To translate, it appears Jindal is actually blaming minorities for causing white people to be racist towards them, and is calling on minorities to end racism by conforming to American life as white people see it. In short, minorities should be more like white people if they want racism to stop.

So rather than call out the blatant racism of his own party, Jindal essentially decided that he’d be better off committing political suicide by pandering to the racists within the GOP to curry favor with them as we move toward 2016.

This is yet another example of a Republican blaming victims for their own oppression. In reality, racists will not stop being racists if minorities decide to do as Jindal suggests. That’s because racists hate minorities simply because of the color of their skin, and that includes Jindal, which is why he doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of ever capturing his party’s nomination for president.

Hypocritically enough, not even a day went by before Jindal violated his own call to action and proudly accepted being referred to as the first Indian-American Governor by David Gregory on “Face The Nation.”

Racism isn’t getting worse in America because minorities aren’t trying to act more white. It’s getting worse because a major sect of the Republican Party is clinging to their own Southern heritage, specifically the part where slavery, segregation, and legal discrimination were completely acceptable. Because of many policies in GOP-controlled states, minority communities have been isolated and basically segregated within the law. From ThinkProgress:

In urban areas like Chicago, the poverty rate and median income for black families is also about the same as it was in 1963. Even segregation, once vanquished by the civil rights movement, is rebounding aggressively. Since 2001, urban schools and neighborhoods have become increasingly re-segregated through lax integration enforcement and so-called “white flight.” Research shows this resegregation intensifies poverty and violence in minority neighborhoods, trapping black families in an endless cycle. Jindal himself has helped this trend along in New Orleans with his school privatization plan, which has worsened racial inequality in 34 historically segregated public schools and, according to the Justice Department, “reversed much of the progress made toward integration.”

Voter suppression efforts and a general attack on the major Civil Rights Era legislative initiatives have made it even clearer that racism isn’t being perpetrated by minorities; it’s being perpetrated by the very party to which Jindal belongs. Yet he claims all of this will get better because, “if you want people to like you, a good place to start is to demonstrate that you like them.” That’s what Jindal told the GOP as advice on how to attract minority voters. Except that Republicans not only rejected Jindal’s words, they stuffed them in a burn barrel and lit them up without so much as lifting a finger to show they actually care about the plight of minorities.

Jindal is naïve enough to believe that Republicans consider black people Americans, even though Republicans have, time and time again, referred to President Obama as not being an American. To the GOP, President Obama’s skin color means he’s foreign and “not one of us.” And Republicans are actually making minorities feel less like Americans by stripping them of their right to vote.

It is astounding that Jindal does not understand this. But that’s what happens when you’re desperate to gain the approval of your own party. You’ll say or do just about anything, even if it insults the very minority group you belong to. And that won’t ever change until the GOP has been sidelined from governance for multiple generations in every state in America.

One of the most important powers a consumer has is the ability to choose an alternate product. Whether it’s because they think one product is inferior, they don’t like the politics of the manufacturer, or they just think one product is “cooler”, if enough buyers choose one product over another, the latter company suffers. It will attempt to make a better product, change its image, or any other number of options to change the way the public sees them and their product.

This is a big part of why voluntarism is so important and also why corporatism is so destructive. Your government hands off contracts, special favors, subsidies, and tax breaks to favored companies and takes away your power to not support that company. Once favored companies get to write regulations to keep others out of the market, your money belongs to them without your consent.

The free market can’t be blamed for the consolidation of money and power, corporatists in the United States Congress and various state legislatures work to put your money in the hands of those you disfavor day after day. A free market allows you to decide where your money goes and puts power back in your hands.

anonymous said:

9/11 was an inside job. Everyone knows it. The proof is there! Bush started a race war so that everyone would hate muslims and think it was ok to invade their country and steal their oil. And obama is doing it again. Don't fall for their tricks you are much smarter than they make you out to be. Stop being their puppet. It's sad that america had to kill it's own people to make it ok to kill other people. Another false flag is probably already in planning. Stay away from cbd's people and keep safe


Would anyone like to take a stab at how much oil the United States has imported from Afghanistan between 2001-2014?  Hint, Ted Cruz gives the answer away in the gif above.  

Would anyone else like to also guess if our oil imports from Iraq went up or down since we toppled Saddam’s regime? 

Watch on

"Madam Leader, are we at war?" Watch and listen as Nancy Pelosi dodges the question.

Let’s review what a war is, shall we?

War /wôr/: a state of armed conflict between different nations or states or different groups within a nation or state.

  • Gays:We just think our love is as valid as anyone else's
  • Liberals:Cool guys. Let's get you married.
  • Transgendered:I am not physically the person I feel I should be.
  • Liberals:Awesome. You should do whatever you like with your own body to find happiness.
  • Women:We're being raped, paid less, and I guess our nipples are more insulting then male nipples?
  • Liberals:Well, none of that is cool. We're here to support you!
  • Black People:We're being racially profiled, shot for minor crimes, and shoved into prisons simply based on our skin color.
  • Liberals:None of that is cool. You have our support.
  • Immigrants:Yes, we came here illegally, but we're escaping our countries full of violence, human trafficking, and drug lords. Can we just take your undesired jobs and raise our kids in peace to be hard-working Americans?
  • Liberals:Oh man. That sucks. Hell yeah you can. Welcome to America
  • Conservatives:NO!
  • Conservatives:No no no NO NO NO!!!
  • Liberals:Whoa there, these are normal human beings facing obstacles because of how they were born--
  • Conservatives:DON'T CALL ME RACIST
  • Conservatives:YOU'RE INTOLERANT
  • Conservatives:DON'T TRY AND PERSECUTE ME
  • Liberals:....

When TMZ released video of Ray Rice brutally knocking out Janay Palmer, national outrage ensued. But not everyone condemned this incident of domestic violence. Many people, mostly conservatives, praised it and said Palmer deserved it. That includes South Carolina Republican troll Todd Kincannon, who wins the prize for worst tweet about domestic violence ever.

Who wants to bet he considers himself a pro-life, family values-conservative?

relevantmoose said:

Help me argue against Obamacare? It's been a while since I read anything, and you always have good opinions and sources.

Well, it would seem it’s getting easier to argue against the Affordable Care Act as we approach November.  Here are some news stories that are starting to sprout up:

• 115,000 Obamacare enrollees might lose their insurance coverage at the end of this month because their citizenship couldn’t be verified and another 363,000 could see their insurance costs spike because they may have not actually qualified for federal subsidies.

• The second shoe on insurance cancellations is about to drop this year on states like Virginia.  The “if you like your plan, you can keep your plan” lie will skyrocket this fall as new Obamacare regulations force more businesses to drop coverage and take the penalty rather than pay extremely high premiums as a result.  My business is actually weighing this option right now and I may lose my coverage come November.  The White House of course delayed the employer mandate this year though.  This of course was meant to keep pressure off of Democrats trying to get reelected.

• Obamacare is still costing far more than the pricetag we were promised.  The CBO projects that ACA subsidies will rise 8 fold over the next 10 years.


Not only that, but Medicaid spending is also estimated to double during that time.


• Obamacare is still highly unpopular in this country…especially by the uninsured.  That’s pathetic considering that was supposed to be main demographic this bill was meant to help.  But in reality, we all know that it was about taking control of the private health care market and subsequently destroying it.

You must be doing something wrong if you invoke your rights.
—  Sgt. Richardson of the Jacksonville, FL Sheriff’s Office, as caught on video speaking to a man filming prisoner transport outside a county courthouse. When confronted by police, the man invoked the Fifth Amendment to avoid explaining why he wanted to film there. This was the police response.