Hillary Clinton Flunked D.C. Bar By Dick Morris

Hillary Clinton Flunked D.C. Bar By Dick Morris
Real Hillary, a not-too-bright greedy opportunist

Hillary Clinton Flunked D.C. Bar By Dick Morris — Dick Morris was a friend and advisor to Bill Clinton during his time as governor of Arkansas and master-minded his 1996 presidential re-election campaign before seeing the light and becoming a Republican.

He knows Hillary Clinton very well.

A video is circulating around Facebook in which he describes her a bit more honestly than Bill did during the recently ended DNC.

It is embedded below and worth watching.

 

Hillary Clinton Flunked D.C. Bar By Dick Morris

William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 7-30-16

William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 7-30-16

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Answer to yesterday's William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: You cannot be in a position of power and destroy the life of another person. Pope Francis Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. PsalmsAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: You cannot be in a position of power and destroy the life of another person.
Pope Francis

 

Read Phil Heron at the Delaware County Daily Times

Shrill Hillary Dances To Donald’s Tune

Shrill Hillary Dances To Donald Tune
OK, now how can I convince them I want to build a wall?

Shrill Hillary Dances To Donald’s Tune — In Hillary Clinton’s shrill, fingernails-across-the-blackboard screech last night (July 28) at the Wells Fargo Center she said:

If you believe that we should say “no” to unfair trade deals … that we should stand up to China … that we should support our steelworkers and autoworkers and homegrown manufacturers … join us.

So who is living insider her head? And saying “no” to unfair trade deals? Really? She sure hasn’t in the past.

And why didn’t she mention coal miners?

Shrill Hillary Dances To Donald Tune

 

William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 7-29-16

William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 7-29-16

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Answer to yesterday's William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Dost thou now govern the kingdom of Israel? Arise, and eat bread, and let thine heart be merry: I will give thee the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite. Jezebel Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. PsalmsAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Dost thou now govern the kingdom of Israel? Arise, and eat bread, and let thine heart be merry: I will give thee the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite.
Jezebel

 

Check out Jeff Salvino’s The Daily Salvo on WFYL 1180 AM

William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 7-28-16

Gum-grabbers of singapore
Evil American women trying to corrupt Singapore.

Singapore is a nation of gum-grabbers. It is illegal to sell or own chewing gum there.

Unless one has a doctor’s prescription for the gum.

Gum-grabbers of Singapore  — William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 7-28-16

Handguns Stop Murders Proof

Handguns Stop Murders Proof — This article ran originally in 2015 but with the Democrats filling Philadelphia with shrieks for gun bans it is worth running again. By the way, Philadelphia’s murder rate is way, way down since the city was forced to allow law-abiding citizens to carry concealed handguns.

In the days of old when knights were bold murder was pretty common. In 13th century Europe, the rate was 22.68 per 100,000 rising to 40.79 per 100,000 by the 15th century. Carlisle Moody: Handguns Stop Murders

It was as though every place in Europe was Chester, Pa. Well, maybe not that bad. Figure Detroit or New Orleans.

But then something happened. In the 16th century the rate tumbled back to 20.28 per 100,000.

Carlisle Moody of the College of William & Mary says that the year the trend changed was 1505 and what happened was the handgun, namely the wheel lock pistol which by that year had become common enough to make a social impact.

The pistol put the little guy (and gal) on a equal footing with the big, strong, armor-plated club/knife/ax wielding thug.

Moody says the likely inventor of this device was Leonardo Da Vinci which would make Leonardo the father of the handgun. Thank you Leonardo.

For what it’s worth, the authoritarian types didn’t like them from the beginning. The first gun control law happened in 1517 when Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I declared “Inasmuch as certain persons in our territories of Lower Austria are in the habit of carrying self-striking hand-guns that ignite themselves which we are on no account prepared to allow . . .our nobles, stewards, administrators, chief justices, mayors and judges should under no circumstances permit such guns to be carried.”

Still handguns didn’t disappear and the trend continued. In the 17th century the murder rate dropped big to 7.84 per 100,000. Moody says the big year was 1621 when the flintlock — which became the standard firearm for the next two centuries — entered general use.

Moody notes the cost of firearms was rarely prohibitive for the masses. In 1699, a pair of pistols cost 5 shillings or about $41 in today’s dollars.

The European murder rate continued to fall reaching 1.18 per 100,000 by the 20th century. In Britain, by 1920 it had fallen to .84 per 100,000. That was the year The Firearms Act was passed essentially ending the English right to bear arms. Since then the British murder rate has risen to 1.44 (as of 1999) and the assault rate has exploded from 2.39 per 100,000 to 419.29.

Some other tidbits: Moody says London had a homicide rate of .26 per 100,000 in the 1820s before the first world’s first police force was created in 1829. It now has a rate of 2.28 per 100,000.

Carlisle Moody notes that three out of every four murder victims before 1850 would have survived with today’s medicine. He says, however, even dividing by four would not affect the pattern regarding the previous century murder rates.

Moody’s paper can be found here. The math is there to back up his claims to other academics and doesn’t have to be followed to get his point.

Hat tip James Delingpole of Breitbart.com.

Handguns Stop Murders Proof
Carlisle Moody is a member of the Economics Department at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va.

Carlisle Moody’s paper is titled Firearms and the Decline of Violence in Europe: 1200-2010.

 

 

Zero-Based Budgeting Would Save Billions

Zero-Based Budgeting Would Save Billions

By Sen. Scott Wagner

At the end of this month I will have been in the Pennsylvania State Senate for 28 months.

I see first hand the opportunities to get Pennsylvania back on the financial track that it needs to be on.

While everyone continues to believe the outstanding Pennsylvania pension obligations for state employees and public school system employees is $60-70 billion, with recent market fluctuations and other world events (i.e. Brexit), I believe the pension obligation is creeping closer to $100 billion.

Zero-Based Budgeting Would Save Billions
Sen. Scott Wagner (R-28)

Pennsylvania has an obligation to fulfill all of the pension commitments that were made.

What Pennsylvania needs is a strong leader who understands cutting edge business practices.

The first step is to have the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania move to zero-based budgeting.

A quick back-of-the-napkin estimate shows me that savings could be between $1.5 -6 billion just in the first year alone after switching to zero-based budgeting.

Our “code red” financial situation is not a Democrat problem or a Republican problem – it is everyone’s problem who lives in Pennsylvania.

I have at least a dozen ideas that would yield sizable efficiency savings in Pennsylvania state government.

I lay awake at night thinking about all the opportunities here in Pennsylvania that we are missing out on.

We have an opportunity to make Pennsylvania a powerhouse but we are squandering it away each and every day because of lack of inaction.
Sen. Wagner represents the 28th District in the Pennsylvania Senate.

William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 7-28-16

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Answer to yesterday's William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: What do you think would be my fate if my misguided countrymen were to take me prisoner? Benedict Arnold Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. PsalmsAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: What do you think would be my fate if my misguided countrymen were to take me prisoner?
Benedict Arnold

 

Read Phil Heron at the Delaware County Daily Times

William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 7-27-16

Idaho murder impunityIdaho murder impunity — There is a 50-square mile spot in Idaho where one can murder with impunity. Or so goes the theory.

It concerns an uninhabited section of Yellowstone Park, which is under federal jurisdiction.

The 6th Amendment requires a trial by “an impartial jury of the state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed”.

Since no one lives in that part of Idaho a jury meeting that requirement couldn’t be impaneled.

Or so it is claimed.

Idaho murder impunity William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 7-27-16.