Sunday, September 30, 2018

A College Student Shows Me What They're Showing In Class

Le Monde attacks father of Bataclan victim for associating with French right

The government-owned Le Monde continues to show why a paper owned by politics doesn't need an audience:
A French mainstream newspaper has attacked Patrick Jardin, father of 31-year-old Bataclan massacre victim Nathalie Jardin, for being too close to anti-Islamisation figures and groups deemed “far right”.

While other parents of victims of the 2015 massacre have called for people to rally against hate, 65-year-old Jardin has been defiant and says he will never forgive the radical Islamic terrorists who murdered his daughter, saying: “Me, I hate.”

In an article released this week by French newspaper Le Monde, Mr Jardin was attacked for associating with groups like the anti-Islamisation youth activist organisation Generation Identitaire, as well as figures like author Renaud Camus, who coined the theory of the “Great Replacement.”

Jardin has come to the forefront in recent weeks due to his involvement in a campaign to have rapper Médine’s October concert at the Bataclan cancelled.

The announcement of the concert earlier this year sparked controversy due to the fact that one of the rapper’s albums was entitled ‘Jihad’. Earlier this month the campaign proved a success when Médine announced the cancellation of the concert.
I seriously think all concerned should save their money and not buy Le Monde, nor should they bother to visit their website if this is how they're going to treat victims of terrorism and their relatives. You can only wonder what they must think of 9-11 Families for a Safe America to boot. I think Jardin should be invited to speak before Congress in the US about how the government and press are literally demonizing victims with this rhetoric, and worst, sabotaging every effort to put a stop to the evils of Islam. Who will champion people like Jardin?

Kanye Tells SNL Audience The Truth, Gets Booed

From The Daily Beast:
In the clips, West, with the entire cast of SNL standing behind him onstage—many of them rolling their eyes—delivered a rambling talk that began with him singing, “I wanna cry right now, black man in America, supposed to keep what you’re feelin’ in side right now…” 
“The blacks want always Democrats… you know it’s like the plan they did, to take the fathers out the home and put them on welfare… does anybody know about that? That’s a Democratic plan,” he continued. 
“There’s so many times I talk to, like, a white person about this and they say, ‘How could you like Trump? He’s racist.’ Well, uh, if I was concerned about racism I would’ve moved out of America a long time ago.” 
In the background of the video, Rock can be heard laughing and uttering the words “oh my God,” while others in the crowd audibly booed and yelled. 
West, an ardent Trump supporter, was a last-minute SNL replacement for Ariana Grande. 
When a clip is available, I will post it.

U.N. Address by Trump: Drug Seizure in Baghdad and Scope of Problem

From The Last English Prince:

President Trump speaks.  The world listens.  And yes, the global drug trafficking snakes through, and is also trafficked by Muslim citizens.
The security services haul of drugs seized?  375 pounds.  Additional images showed pills, but the pharmacological make-up was not identified.
So that handful of  narcotics, amphetamines, Xanax, or whatever your kid is gulping down might not have been produced in the U.S.A.  in “MAGA” lore factories.  Your kid might be popping a pill which has traveled across multiple borders to reach a U.S. market which is based on predatory practices aggressively launched against your schoolchild.
Your child’s drug addiction may not be “your fault”.  There are multiple fault lines upstream which have produced this tragedy. Shutdown the kingpins.  Shut down the pipelines.
The Last English Prince does have to add a flank of thought.  If drugs flow so easily across our own borders, the drugs present as the canary in the coal mine.
Lack of secure borders is sucking the oxygen out of the citizens.
President Trump? Let him lead.
Tanglewood 7/21/70
Full Concert

0:00:00 - In The Country
0:06:51 - Free Form Piano
0:11:21 - Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
0:15:14 - 25 or 6 to 4
0:22:17 - Poem for the People
0:27:56 - I Don't Want Your Money
0:33:02 - Mother
0:38:48 - It Better End Soon
0:53:27 - Beginnings
1:00:13 - Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon (Make Me Smile) / So Much To Say, So Much To Give
1:06:53 - Colour My World / Make Me Smile
1:13:05 - I'm a Man
1:21:33 - Bill Graham Closing Announcements

Banks Of The Nile

Sandy Denny

Oh my Nancy, dearest Nancy, sure that will never do
The government has ordered, and we are bound to go
The government has ordered, and the Queen she gives command
And I am bound on oath, my love, to serve in a foreign land

Oh, but I'll cut off my yellow hair, and I'll go along with you
I'll dress myself in uniform, and I'll see Egypt too
I'll march beneath your banner while fortune it do smile
And we'll comfort one another on the banks of the Nile

But your waist it is too slender, and your fingers they are too small
In the sultry suns of Egypt your rosy cheeks would spoil
Where the cannons they do rattle, when the bullets they do fly
And the silver trumpets sound so loud to hide the dismal cries

Oh, cursed be those cruel wars, that ever they began
For they have robbed our country of manys the handsome men
They've robbed us of our sweethearts while their bodies they feed the lions
On the dry and sandy deserts which are the banks of the Nile

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Ex-Czech president calls for revolution to save sovereignty of European countries from EU

“We are not interested in reforms. We are interested in fundamental, systemic change — not just partial, cosmetic changes,” Vaclav Klaus


"Modern life has broken too many women. They have been on birth control pills for 30 years, their hormones are shot, they have had multiple abortions, they live with the regret of killing their own children. They drove away any man who ever loved them or tried to love them. Their grown children (if they have any) can't stand them. They are pleasant to their face but they feel like strangers. 
They tried to find love in wild sex and found it hollowed them out like empty shells. They take medication for their depression. When the vegan restaurant down the street gives them food poisoning they are all alone, with no one to care for them. They vomit into an apartment toilet among silence. 
They own nothing. They have built nothing. They cry every day. They look at younger women who didn't take the feminist path and fume with hatred. They can't stand their sweet children, their loving husbands, or their happy life. Their hate consumes them. 
Co-workers and family members whisper behind their backs. These people avoid the woman's phone calls and mute them on Facebook, sick to death of their ranting and lunacy. They have become a joke. They are desperate to hear the words "mama" and "grandma" but the words never come and so they fill the empty place with binge eating and more hate. 
They thought they fought all their lives for "love" and for women to have it "better" than it used to be. They cannot confront the truth and so they double down, becoming more extreme, more irrational. 
The tradmoms grow happy in their old age, wrinkles do not dull their rosy cheeks, but the bitter women look around and see only people who are waiting for them to die. They are a burden and they know it. It eats at them every day. 
One more check, one more group, one more protest, one more Tweet, one more lie and they will finally feel whole.....but the wholeness never comes. 
"That nice, successful husband and father she knew in high school...ya, he wanted her so bad, he tried to rape her. That's it. Ya, that makes her feel better. For the moment. "

Katie Hopkins on British Totalitarianism


Judiciary Committee Asks for Audio-Video of Christine Ford’s Polygraph – Her Atty’s Refuse, Saying “It’s Not Important”

Kavanaugh Accuser Julie Swetnick Had Over $100,000 in Unpaid Taxes in 2015-2017 — Needed Some Cash!

Apparently the only two questions she was asked on the polygraph only indirectly concerned the alleged assault; she was asked if her statement (which claimed the assault happened) was true, and she was asked if she made anything up.She wasn't asked specifically if Brett Kavanaugh tried to rape her or even basic details like that.

Donald Trump, Live At The White House

Press Conference starts at about the 12:30 mark.

Humpday Blues

Howlin' Wolf
How Many More Years

Don't Laugh At Me

When I Laid Down I Was Troubled

If You Hear Me Howlin'

Irving, Texas: Searching for the Man

From The Last English Prince:

“I searched for a man among them to repair the wall and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land, so that I should not destroy it. But I found no one.” Ezekiel 22:30 (Berean Study Bible)
My husband and I looked out at our yard on Friday night with a sense of foreboding. The flood waters from the box culvert had made their advance many times over the eighteen years we have lived in our home. We have sustained torrential rains nearly every year. But having advanced, the water molecules have also rapidly retreated once reaching the mid-point of our driveway.
We knew tonight would be different. Shortly before midnight our wheel-in shower overflowed with sewage which spilled into the bedroom. The guest tub filled with brackish water. Barricading our doors with every quilt and blanket and winter coats pulled from the closet we waited for the inevitable.
Early Saturday morning a river of water poured into our home, coming through the walls and under the doors. By three a.m. the water was above our ankles. Outside our front picture window a serene landscape of our own private lake, with lights twinkling in the windows of the home on the opposite side of the box culvert. But our home is not situated lakefront. We reside two blocks from Interstate 183.
God sends the rain.  The flooding, was preventable.
As the waters mounted and marched, my husband and I discussed the Irving City Bond proposal of 2005. Drainage improvement. That was the vision sold to the homeowners. We voted for future hope. We voted for sustainable home ownership.
As the water moved toward our threshold we discussed the many broken promises. The box culvert would be deepened by four feet and widened by two feet on each side. Projected dates for beginning the improvements came and went. We talked about the first time we heard that Interstate 183 was to be expanded and how the flood control district planned for the drainage system to be updated last year. We talked about the fears expressed among the neighbors regarding changing drainage patterns. Our city had promised us something.  We continued to hang onto that hope.
Talk is cheap. Governance requires stewardship.
The flood waters came. And homes which have stood the perils of the weather since the mid 1950’s found themselves under the onslaught of physics and the velocity of water. What we were least prepared for was the official response. We did not expect… taxation without representation. And this is what we have received.
I contacted our district Congressional representative Rodney Anderson via his website e mail. Poured my heart out like the water poured out of the ditch. Concerns were voiced: home devaluation; what if we flood again? Mr. Anderson called within minutes. We were heartened. We slept better. But then reality came calling.
We now firmly believe in the resurrection of the dead. Pontius Pilate resurrected the next day. He took the garb of a politician:
“Tammy, I just got off the phone with city Council member Kyle Taylor. He will have someone from the city reach out to you soon. If you have not heard from them by Thursday morning, please call me or e mail me and let me know. Kyle is excellent as your city Council member, and he is very much aware of the drainage and flooding problems that are now occurring in many areas of South Irving. He can explain the details for my city perspective, but he knows the hardship this has created for you and other homeowners and South Irving.” Rodney Anderson, State Representative
City Perspective? We knew the whitewash was to follow.
Kyle Taylor, CEO of “Irving Cares” opined that he had also suffered a home flood in the past and it was devastating. What we found lacking was the aspect of practical compassion. What could be done for us with immediacy? And which city agency could be brought to bear on our behalf? What about a twenty minute walk from your house to our own little shanty to check it out for yourself?  Irving Cares… indeed!
We continued to search for a man.
My husband called City Hall. Could the city please provide a dumpster free of charge as we were tearing down walls, carpet was already out, built-in bookcase coming out, etc? My husband is a paraplegic in a wheelchair. The answer was simple. “No.”
Neighbors in their eighties had a child call the city. Could the city pick up their wet carpet? “No. The city does not provide that service anymore.” My husband was “that man” and has entered a verbal agreement with the city to haul off the remains of our homes. Today, I took this wonderful couple lunch. Their own structure has suffered miserably. They sit in their socks, feet on a stripped floor.
Assistant City Manager Ramiro Lopez paid a visit. He gave a number to call if we flood again. We can have sandbags! More sandbagging, no pun intended. (I was grateful to be away from the home when he showed up.)
My husband has developed a significant pressure sore since the flood. Perhaps pulling up carpet in the middle of the night and hauling it to the curb the following morning is the cause. Perhaps if the city had carried out the vision given to us thirteen years ago… but then again, bad luck is a bitch.
Not perhaps… because wishful thinking cannot wish this away.
We have searched for the man; the man to stand in the gap for us. We have found none. The optics are miserable. Not for the City Council of course. The optics are horrible for all of the rest of us; as we sit in our socks; as we see our property value plummet.
But then again, we are Flint, Michigan…to the south.
Tammy Swofford

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Donald Trump, Live At The UN

Pope Stonewalls Journalists to Duck Questions on Sex Abuse...

Pope Francis masterfully controlled the press briefing aboard the papal plane Tuesday in such a way as to make sure that he did not have to face embarrassing questions about how he handled the case of serial abuser Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. 
The Q&A session with journalists on the return trip from the Baltic states Tuesday began with an announcement by papal spokesman Greg Burke that the first questions had to deal with the trip itself, saying the pope would later open up the floor to “other questions.” 
The pontiff proceeded to take several questions from local journalists before launching into a 40-minute monologue, effectively crowding out questions on the thorny issue of how he had dealt with the McCarrick case. 
When an Austrian journalist attempted to turn the conversation toward the sex abuse issue, which the pope had in fact briefly touched on during an address in Estonia, the pope said he would speak about it later. 
“I will respond, but first questions about the trip. This is the rule. But, it will be the first question after the trip,” he said. He never returned to the question. 
When Mr. Burke finally announced that “the questions about the trip are finished,” the pope himself took the floor rather than opening to further questions, announcing, “I would like to tell you some things on some points of the trip that I have experienced with a special strength.” 
This maneuver effectively precluded any more questions on the sex abuse issue.

IRS Officials "You Should Give Increased Scrutiny" to Conservatives: "I Don't Give a Shit If It Is Illegal"

Lifting the lid on Lois Lerner and John Kocksuckinman.

Trump: OPEC Nations Are Ripping Off The Rest of The World

"We defend many of these nations for nothing. And then they take advantage of us by giving us high oil prices. Not good! We want them to stop raising prices. We want them to start lowering prices. And they must contribute substantially to military protection from now on. We are not going to put up with it much longer."

So simple. So direct. That's how negotiation is done.

Canadian-American Cleric Azhar Nasser: Husband Has Right to "Intimacy" Whenever He Likes

"First, Admonish them.  Second, separate the bed. Third, strike them, only if you feel it will rectify the problem."
The Black Crowes
Jealous Again

Hard To Handle


Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Germany: Diversity of Opinion and Social Enrichment In Public Parks

What Is Communism? Who Is Marx?

Brea, California: Man Who Allegedly Had 2 IEDs in His Car Charged With 4 Felony Counts

Saleh Ali, 47, was charged Thursday with intent to unlawfully make a destructive device, two counts of possession of a destructive device, and the sale and transportation of a destructive device, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday. 
Brea Police Department officers pulled Ali over for having expired registration at a traffic stop in the area of South Orange Ave and Imperial Highway. 
Police say they found the two bombs when they checked his black Toyota Corolla. 
The DA’s office described the bombs as “improvised explosive devices,” and said they were “containers covered in shrapnel.” 
The devices were taken by an Orange County sheriff’s bomb squad and Ali was arrested and put in Orange County Jail. Police said Thursday his bail was set at $500,000. 
If convicted as charged, Ali will receive a maximum sentence of 10 years in state prison.

Just When You Think American Politics Can't Get Any Stupider ...


The Democrats are way stupider than Trump ever has been or will be. It is a God Damned Embarrassment.

Tucker Carlson on Ball-less Republicans: If GOP Cared, They’d Protect You and Kavanaugh – But They Don’t!

Greta Van Fleet
Highway Tune

Black Smoke Rising

When The Curtain Falls

Monday, September 24, 2018

Children's remains found in Mexican mass graves

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Tiny pants for a baby no older than 6 months and shiny pink sandals for a toddler are among the personal items that have turned up at mass graves in the Gulf state of Veracruz, driving home the brutality of rising violence in Mexico. 
Mexican authorities have found remains of children along with adults in the clandestine burial pits, a person with knowledge of the investigation confirmed Sunday. 
Each item of clothing was either found near a body or cut free from remains. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to discuss the details publicly. 
The National Commission of Missing Persons posted online hundreds of pictures of clothing Friday to give family members a tool to possibly identify missing loved ones. 
The images include polo shirts with logos still intact, socks, shoes, colorful boxer briefs and ladies' panties. 
One T-shirt says "Live Free" above a picture of a young woman and flowers. Photos also show multiple children's items, such as little sweaters or T-shirts with images of Tinkerbell, Tweety Bird and Pokemon. 
Authorities announced the discovery of the mass graves in early September after having counted 166 skulls. The Interior Ministry said Friday that the body count had since risen to 174. Digging continues at the sites and the picture catalog will be updated as additional garments are found. 
It's unusual for Mexican authorities to share forensic evidence from an investigation that is underway. But thousands of Mexicans are clamoring for information about relatives who have disappeared since the government declared war on drug cartels more than a decade ago. 
Criminal groups have reportedly detained entire busloads of passengers in Veracruz in recent years, sometimes robbing passengers and other times taking people away.
Ana Vidovic (guitar) and David Lisker (violin)
Paganini Cantabile

Piazzolla: Night Club 1960


Sunday, September 23, 2018


Ford’s brother, Ralph Blasey III, once worked for the law firm of Baker & Hostetler LLP, but left that firm in 2004. The Daily Caller reported that Baker & Hostetler paid a company called Fusion GPS seven payments totaling more than a half million dollars in 2016. Fusion GPS was also the shadowy Democrat “dirty tricks” group hired by Planned Parenthood to produce the fake forensic analysis that supposedly “debunked” the Center for Medical Progress’ undercover videos.

911 Calls Released From I.C.E. Employee Who Tried To Report Attacks By Antifa In Portland

During the 6 week long siege of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement building in Portland, there were several times when unhinged protesters began threatening the employees who work in the building. 
You may recall one instance where the tolerant, far left lunatics spouted racial epithets at a black ICE employee. 
Since the bulk of the protest took place on city property, they were technically outside the jurisdiction of DHS/”Federal Protective Services,” so the employees had to call 911 and rely on local Portland police for protection. 
Except Mayor Ted Wheeler directed the police to stand down and let the protesters have free reign. 
Several ICE and DHS employees are now suing the city, citing a violation of 14th Amendment “equal protection under the law,” as police officers refused to render aid to the callers. 
A series of phone calls that one DHS/ICE employee made to 911 have now been made public. And you won’t believe how the guy was treated. His name has been censored, but he has a noticeable accent. 
He called 911 when protesters had surrounded his car as he was trying to leave work to pick up his daughter. After getting the location of the caller, the naive (or idiotic) dispatcher seems to have no clue that a giant protest has been taking place for weeks in the area, and seems confused about the whole situation, thinking that the ICE building is the IDA building (?). 
The guy explains that he’s trying to leave to pick up his daughter, and the dispatcher is asking why the protesters are surrounding him in his car. “Can you have the officers to hurry up, because they’re telling me they’re going to kill me” the guy explains to dispatch. 
“I think one of the gentleman has a knife in his waist…. He showed it to me and he’s telling me he’s going to kill me,” he says, before giving a description of the guy. 
The dispatcher pretty much tells the caller to hang out and do nothing. 
The same guy places a second call 7 minutes later, and he explains that he’s trapped and the protesters are trying to flatten his tires. 
The dispatcher again seems to not be aware of the giant protest taking place, and explains to the guy that the police “are already on their way, and have been for a while.” She then advises the guy to call wherever his daughter is and tell them he will be late picking her up. 
Yes, this is for real. Not a sarcastic skit.

Welcome To Migrant Germany

From Welcome to the alleged Nazi city of #Chemnitz (Vlad Tepes Blog):

Newt Gingrich: Texas Offers A Blueprint For A Red Wave Election In November

From Newt Gingrich:

I have been writing a lot about the power of a big-choice election in November.
This week, Texas Republicans won a special election for a state Senate seat in a district along the Mexican border. Every Republican campaign in the country should study this race carefully.
You may not have read about this GOP victory, because the liberal national media is not exactly excited to report that Republicans reclaimed a seat they had not held in 139 years. The liberal media is especially shy about reporting on a Republican victory in a district that Hillary Clinton carried by nearly 12 points in the 2016 presidential election.
From the left’s standpoint, this victory is even more frightening because the district is 73 percent African-American and Hispanic.
Furthermore, at a time when people are touting gigantic Democratic voter turnout and lagging Republican participation, this special election runoff had twice as many voters as the last Texas state Senate special election runoff in February 2015.
In fact, the turnout for this race went up from 26,207 in the first round of the election to 44,487 in the runoff, according to Sam Taylor with the Texas Secretary of State’s Office. The Republican candidate received 23,576 votes to the Democrat’s 20,911.
Pete Flores, the Republican victor, spent 27 years as a game warden. As Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick told me: “Flores was tireless as a campaigner. He put 7,000 miles on his car during the last five weeks of the campaign.”
In many ways, the Flores all-out, personal campaigning resembled President Trump in the last weeks of the 2016 campaign. This is a good reminder to Republicans that campaigns matter, and you can’t predict who will win six weeks out from an election.
Flores had run four years earlier and lost by 20 points. Now he is the first Hispanic Republican state senator in Texas (yet another reason the liberal media is avoiding talking about the race). Since Flores defeated former Democratic U.S. Rep. Pete Gallego, his victory has some extra punch to it.
Patrick said this race was a classic example of a big-choice campaign. He had read my recent paper, The Republican Choice for 2018: Win or Lose, which outlines the importance of big- choice campaigns over small-choice campaigns and said this was a perfect example of the potential for a big-choice campaign to overwhelm the media bias (a point Brooke Rollins had also made to me).
The big choices in this 17-county border district were:
Right to life versus tax-paid abortion. As Catholics, many Hispanic voters simply won’t vote for liberals who are for tax-paid abortions. Of course, every Democrat who is campaigning for free government-run health care is campaigning for tax-paid abortion.
Safe borders versus dangerous gangs. As Patrick explained, “most law-abiding Hispanics support controlling the border, stopping criminals and keeping their community safe from gangs like MS-13.” He pointed out that he campaigned four years ago on repealing the sanctuary city law in Texas and got about 50 percent of the Hispanic vote. Flores’s own campaign website clearly states: “Our borders must be secure, and our communities must be safe. … We will make Texas borders secure and a bad place to be for criminals and gangs. We are and must remain a state where the rule of law reigns.”
Gun rights versus gun control. Many Hispanic voters strongly support the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms. They distrust and oppose liberals who want to have government control their guns.
Local rule versus centralized bureaucracy. Most Hispanic voters favor smaller government, lower taxes, and more community rather than Washington controls (or Austin controls in this case).
Work versus welfare. There is a strong work ethic in the Hispanic community, and the job-creating power of the Trump system is being admired and applauded. Currently having the lowest Hispanic unemployment rate in history is a real asset for Republicans in the 2018 campaign.
Matt Walter, the president of the Republican State Leadership Committee, noted that this was the 38th Republican special election victory this year – more than the Democrats have won. This makes you wonder how big the supposed blue wave is going to be if the Democrats keep losing actual elections – when the people, rather than the media, have a voice.
So every Republican candidate, campaign, professional and activist should look carefully at this Republican victory in Texas. They should realize that election night on Nov. 6 could be an even bigger upset – with even more shocking and decisive Republican victories – than election night 2016 was.
This upset can take place:
If we have the courage to make the November midterm a big-choice election.
If we have the courage to campaign on issues that the American people support – even if the liberal media hates them and despises us for raising them.
If we are willing to go into every neighborhood and every precinct and appeal to every American of every background.
If we are willing to challenge liberal lies and distortions head-on and force the left to admit they are not true.
If we do this at the national level, in the media, and at the local level in each campaign.
If we pick up the big-choice themes that President Trump is beginning to lay out (note his recent rally speech in Montana).
These are the lessons of the great victory in the Texas State Senate District 19 special election. It is not based on a theory. It is based on real victories, in real elections.
Now, we must believe act and fight. Victory in November is there for the earning.

The Thrill Is Gone

Sarah Manning
Windmills Of Your Mind

Keith Jarrett
This Masquerade is Over

Saturday, September 22, 2018

"If This Is True It Is Treasonous And Should Be Treated As Such"

Google gives our private information to the Government to help in the course of Police, FBI, and CIA actions. This means Google is an extension of those governmental security services.

Therefore, Jordan Peterson is right. These actions by Google are treasonous. They are an attempt by a branch of the U.S. Government to thwart the Will of the People, and to overthrow the duly elected representatives of The People.

"We Apply Principles of Diversity And Tolerance With Rigidity To Citizens of the West, But We Do Not Fairly Apply Them To New Immigrants"

Gunmen Attack Iran Military Parade, Killing At least 24 Members of the Revolutionary Guard

Haha. Awesome!:
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Gunmen disguised as soldiers attacked an annual Iranian military parade Saturday in the country's oil-rich southwest, killing at least 24 people and wounding 53 in the bloodiest assault to strike the country in recent years. 
The attack in Ahvaz saw gunfire sprayed into a crowd of marching Revolutionary Guardsmen, bystanders and government officials watching from a nearby riser. Suspicion immediately fell on the region's Arab separatists, who previously only attacked unguarded oil pipelines under the cover of darkness. 
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif immediately blamed the attack on regional countries and their "U.S. masters," calling the gunmen "terrorists recruited, trained armed and paid" by foreign powers. That further raises tensions in the Mideast as Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers is in jeopardy after President Donald Trump withdrew America from the accord.

Trump! Live In Vegas

This was last night.

Friday, September 21, 2018

The Kinks
You Really Got Me

Come Dancing