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Bad Character Means Bad Times And Bad Times Are Coming — The biggest problem facing the United States is character.
Weak, indifferent people have picked corrupt leaders. They’ve avoided obvious questions and when they did ask they happily believed the bald lies they were given as answers.
We attended last night’s (Aug. 24) meeting of Chesco United in Malvern.
It was revealed that all these districts — and it is fair to extrapolate this to the rest of the state — routinely pass big tax hikes despite having budget surpluses in the tens of millions of dollars.
This means real suffering is occurring among taxpayers — especially among property owners — and none of it is necessary.
What are they doing with this money?
Inflated administrative salaries, featherbedded jobs and unneeded yet overpriced construction projects bestowed on politically connected firms are just three things.
We the people must say no to save our homes, our freedom and the next generation.
We must learn to discern and ignore the name-calling and gaslighting from the government/corporate media that invariably swamps those who speak out to the point they are a threat.
If we don’t learn to stand up to the lies the global warming we will experience will be entirely due a lack of air conditioning.
Yeah, the globalist hiked the air conditioner efficiency standard in January.
One contractor just told us that a fix that would have cost about $800 last year is now $20K.
The people don’t have to accept this.
You don’t have to tolerate Barack Obama, Josh Shapiro and Hunter Biden living in luxury while you eat bugs.
Our national debt is now $32 trillion which means every citizen is on the hook for $200K.
If we stand together and stop obeying those who claim to be our betters we can negotiate that down quite a bit.
It will take character though.
Tucker Carlson interviewed retired Col. Douglas Macgregor, Aug. 21, who pointed out that there are 44 four-star officers in our military now whereas at the height of World War II we had just seven.
The vast majority of those four-stars have their eye on a soft life as a board member at Raytheon or Boeing or some new version of Theranos, rather than serving our nation.
Any of them resign in protest? These guys have other priorities than winning a war much less defending our borders.
People, say no. Scorn the corporate media mouthpieces. Snap back at the guilt trips they try to dump on you. Embrace the persecuted and those victims of lawfare.
Most importantly attend public meetings and vote. Anyone who tells you your vote doesn’t matter is the enemy.
The ones running things now are not the good guys.
Rich Men North Right Or Left?
By Bob Small
Must we see Rich Men North as left or right
“I’ve been sellin’ my soul, workin’ all day, overtime hours for bullshit pay”.
The whole song felt very left to me but Rolling Stone tried to disabuse me of that notion. Yet in this same article, they quoted Oliver Anthony “it seems like both sides serve the same master-and that master is not someone of any good to the people of this country.”
Tell me how that’s left or right.
Bryan Chai of the Western Journal, takes a more nuanced approach saying “Men like Aldean and Anthony are clearly sick of (Flyover Country) that being a pejorative and want Americans to know that whether you’re suffering in Farmville or Silicon Valley, they hear you and feel you”.
and from overseas
Even after adding “all problems the left has better solutions to than the right,” attacks continued.
As to the “obese milking welfare” lines in the song, that should not be seen as racist, more as frustration about a government system that rarely works as it should.
Here is a recent quote from Anthony that has angered some of those on the right:
“I mean, we are the melting pot of the world, and that’s what makes us strong, is our diversity, and we need to learn to harness that and appreciate it, and not use it as a political tool to keep everyone separate from each other you know?”
Red Carpet For Afghanistan, Cold Shoulder for Maui
By Joe Guzzardi
Survivors of the deadly fires in Maui are being offered a $700-per-household payment by FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) and temporary shelter.
But in Maui, $700 doesn’t go far. Estimated monthly living costs for a family of four are $7,203. The token $700 represents less than 10 percent of a family’s living costs, an insult to the suffering residents who have, in some cases, lost everything that they own. Public outcry over the First Family’s perceived indifference has more or less forced Biden and his wife Jill to visit Maui.
But for Afghanistan and the Ukraine, the Biden administration can’t shell out money fast enough, with no limit to its wasteful ways. In early August, Biden asked Congress for about $40 billion in new spending to support the efforts of the Ukraine to beat back invading Russia. In its letter to lawmakers, the White House Office of Management and Budget asked for $13 billion in new military aid and $8.5 billion in additional economic, humanitarian and security assistance for Ukraine and other war-impacted countries.
The White House’s funding request also includes other forms of assistance for Ukraine, including more than $12 billion for disaster relief and for other emergency domestic funds, like hurricanes, as well as tens of millions of dollars to boost pay for firefighters battling the wildfires that have hit many parts of the country. In Biden’s mind, wildfires in Ukraine are a more urgent concern than the Maui wildfires that destroyed the town of Lahaina and took the lives of 114 people, with 1,000 missing, at the time of this writing.
In total, the U.S. has sent more than $100 billion to Ukraine. Displacing millions of people, the 18-month-old proxy war has left a reported 500,000 dead or injured. And there is no end in sight. Biden said that the U.S. will remain committed for “as long as it takes,” which means that taxpayers will continue to fund a war in which they have no stake.
In Afghanistan, the U.S. is supporting the Taliban-controlled government with more than $2.35 billion since the botched 2021 withdrawal. The Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction, John Sopko, admitted in his April report to the House Oversight Committee of Congress that he “cannot assure this committee or the American taxpayer we are not currently funding the Taliban.” Further, he said that the Biden administration has blocked any and all investigative efforts as to whether American dollars sustain the Taliban or “other nefarious groups” like ISIS.
While neglecting the home front, and funding corrupt foreign countries, Biden also has provided for them on U.S. soil. Programs such as “Uniting for Ukraine” and “Operation Allies Welcome” have made available resettlement benefits and parole, an immigration status that includes work permission, to many thousands of foreigners. Additionally, more than 70,000 Ukrainians have not arrived via Biden’s official program but rather have come illegally through the Southwest border. Thousands of Afghans have been successfully resettled since America’s hasty and ill-conceived Afghanistan withdrawal.
Afghan and Ukrainian nationals have been granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS) which officially protects them from removal even though such an action would be unlikely under all but the most extraordinary circumstances. TPS also includes employment authorization. With that, program recipients can compete with citizens or other legal immigrants for jobs.
The Biden administration’s multi-billion-dollar outlay to Ukraine and Afghanistan and its red-carpet acceptance of those countries’ nationals, with minimal vetting, proves that no matter how dire conditions may be for U.S. citizens, e.g., Hawaiians, foreign governments receive priority, despite their crooked backgrounds.
Joe Guzzardi is a Project for Immigration Reform analyst who has written about immigration for more than 30 years. Contact him at email@example.com.
Some good in the worst of us William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 8-25-23
V gzvmizy wgjxfczvy dn v bmzvozm wgjxfczvy ocvi vi dbijmvio jiz.
Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love. There is some good in the worst of us and some evil in the best of us. When we discover this, we are less prone to hate our enemies.
Martin Luther King, Jr.