USS Mason jarred by Iranian missiles, despite our State Department approving $150 billion to Iran

A high ranking U.S. official, suggested on Sunday that the missiles fired by Houthis at the destroyer USS Mason on three attacks, while it was in the Gulf of Aden, were provided by Iran. Senator John McCain and others strongly agreed.

The failed missile attack from Iranian-backed rebel-held territory in Yemen came as news reports from Tehran revealed other Iranian-made ballistic missiles – “Zalzal 3” – were launched by the alliance of rebels and followers of ousted Yemeni president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, to hit various Saudi targets. Continue reading →

Gary Johnson wants you to retire at 72, even later than Hillary Clinton and Bowles-Simpson Plan

Video by Paul Joseph Watson @

When Gary Johnson was running for President in 2012, he explained his position on reducing Social Security benefits:

Social Security really needs to be reformed. Medicaid probably needs to be capped when it comes to the states. Medicare, there needs to be some sort of means testing.

The (Social Security) retirement age needs to be raised. A portion of Social Security ought to be privatized, if not all. And there probably needs to be some means testing. It’s a Ponzi scheme that’s not sustainable.

“Citing a story in USA Today, which reported that a rash of retirements in 2009 is pushing Social Security to the brink, Johnson said the retirement age needs to be raised perhaps to 70 or 72. “This is the reality, we’re broke,” Johnson said in 2012. Continue reading →

Rich and fabulous louts enjoy Gaza paradise, while media bleeding hearts pretend the resort is cesspool

Introducing Gaza’s Blue Beach Resort, as described on its website:

From the developer’s website:

These distinctive Chalets of Blue Beach … more than just a stunning landmark: it’s the one and only fully-facilitated and luxurious chalets within the Gaza Strip.

With its elegant interiors, spacious landscapes, entertaining outdoors and indoors facilities and its special selection of Eastern and Western restaurants and coffee shops; The Chalets symbolizes the ideal escape for individuals and families from the busy and hectic lifestyles.At Blue Beach Chalets everyone is welcome, as it has got something for everyone. It is designed to suit long and short stays as well as a one day treat.

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Banker elite Alan Greenspan is 90 and fabulously wealthy. Why he wants to cut your Social Security.

Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve chairman, current hubby of Andrea Mitchell (Hillary Clinton’s talking head at NBC), and long-time member of the Trilateral Commission, has a big problem


Al isn’t mad at the “pop” in pop-out-of-the-cake by some former girlfriend, like Barbara Walters. He sees a dangerous “pop”, the worst kind  – the potential revolt of what he might call the “vast unwashed multitude of the deplorable and nonredeemable.”

Google identifies the threat to Al this way: Continue reading →

After killing 58,307 American soldiers, Vietnam wins again, along with Boeing and Pratt & Whitney

Killed in Action

Wounded in Action

Missing in Action

Prisoners of War

President Barack Obama has lifted the decades-long U.S. arms embargo against Vietnam, allowing sales of deadly weapons to a government that killed or wounded more than 200,000 Americans.

The final surrender is very good for big business, lobbyists and campaign contributors to politicians. The decision is also a desecration of American lives lost, soldiers Continue reading →

Call Me “irresponsible, unreliable, throw in undependable”; but don’t call me “deplorable”

Hillary, Hillary, Hillary…can we still love you when you call us names? And for me, the question is: am I in the “desperate” bucket or the “deplorable” basket, just because I won’t vote for you?

A little background is in order. Continue reading →

Fracker’s friend frets that you might retire and get your Social Security, instead of working to death

When Libertarian Gary Johnson proclaimed that Americans should not get their Social Security until age 72, he was actually condemning many to death before receiving any of their “earned benefits.”

garygoofyThat’s because the average life expectancy of a Black male in the U.S. is 68 years, meaning death four years before Gary would grant retirement security. While the average life expectancy for men in general is 76.9 years, men in the middle and lower income levels die five years sooner, or at 71.9. With a 72 retirement age, most men would die before that first Social Security check.

As an aside, male life expectancy in this country, where we work so long and hard, is ranked 32d in the world, behind such places as Costa Rica, Chile, Greece, Slovenia and Korea, as well as most members of the EU. We did tie with Cuba – for what that’s worth.

David Barton, another Johnson/Tea Party type, personified the big business view of Continue reading →

Hillary’s high-priced speeches all started with the $10 Billion bailed-out Morgan Stanley in April, 2013

At the end of August, 2008 Morgan Stanley received $10 billion under the Capital Purchase Program (CPP), also called the “big bank bailout” by average citizens, who wondered then why so much was spent on so few banks and financial institutions. After all, the direct cash came just from the taxpayers – $620 billion in all – in a flurry of so-called emergency disbursements.

And there was also money borrowed by Morgan Stanley – tons of it. Bloomberg News explained this way: Continue reading →

PBS Censors Dr. Jill Stein on “NewsHour”

Go to the profile of Matt OrfaleaThe word is out on Dr. Jill Stein – the media has been directed to give her token coverage, while devoting hour-long interviews with Gary “Goofy” Johnson (two town halls on John Stossel alone this year- plus his endorsement). An expert at video recording, Matt Orfalea, right, decided to post the edited version of a PBS interview with Dr. Stein, showing what was deleted. Then the feathers really hit the fan.

Thanks to Matt Orfalea for contributing to this report

Shortly after posting this on Facebook, Orfalea learned who controls media in America – the Continue reading →

Gary Johnson wants to cut 43% from Medicare and the Defense Dept., end the senior drug benefit, eliminate student loans, and stop taxing the rich


Is the grass always greener?

It was a simple question to Gary Johnson in a 2012 interview, while running for President as the Libertarian candidate: How do you stop the deficits and out of control spending?

The answer from Johnson, who is currently managing 6% to 10% voter support in national polls:

A: Well, cutting $1.675 trillion from the federal government. You got to start out by talking about (cutting) Medicare and Medicaid by 43 percent. They could block grant the states, 50 laboratories of innovation. Give it to the states to deliver health care to the poor and those over 65 and do away with the strings. Do away with that regulations; let states handle it. There would be best practices emerge. Other states would emulate the best practices. They’re be failure. States would avoid the failure.

Johnson also wants to eliminate the Federal Income Tax, which would require huge program cuts in the federal budget to pay for it. His revenue solution would be a national 23% sales tax, plus virtual elimination of the earned Medicare benefit (now paid for by workers with a payroll tax). Continue reading →

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