Friday, May 31, 2024

Preston Reed
Ladies Night

Donald Trump gets a SIX-POINT bump in approval after being found guilty on 34 counts


Donald Trump gets a SIX-POINT bump in approval after being found guilty on 34 counts according to snap Daily Mail poll: 'I think it was a waste of taxpayer money'

JL Partners used a panel of 403 likely voters to asses the impact of guilty verdict

The results showed an improvement in Trump's favorability ratings

Read more: The blunders that undermined Trump's defense in hush money case

Teflon Don rides again, according to an exclusive snap poll for which found that the guilty verdict in Manhattan only improved the former president's standing with likely voters ahead of the 2024 election.

Of those who said the 34 guilty counts had changed their view of Donald Trump, 22 percent said they now had a more favorable rating compared with 16 percent who said they viewed him more negatively.

That six-point net positive result is another sign of the way the businessman-turned-politician seems able to ride out crises that would sink anyone else.
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In a tight election, it could be enough to get him across the finish line.

'I think it was a waste of taxpayer money and will help propel Trump to a victory,' said a 42-year-old hip hop DJ from Illinois, who voted for Joe Biden in 2020.
J.L. Partners polled 403 likely voters immediately after Thursday's guilty verdict to assess its impact on the November election. The results suggest a slight bump for Trump

J.L. Partners polled 403 likely voters immediately after Thursday's guilty verdict to assess its impact on the November election. The results suggest a slight bump for Trump.

In particular, the numbers show a four-point net positive impact among independent voters, the group that could decide who is the next president in November.

At the same time, the Trump campaign said it had enjoyed a fundraising bonanza in the hours after the verdict, bringing in $34.8 million from small dollar donors--nearly double its record daily haul.

Our poll was conducted in the hours after a jury foreman at Manhattan criminal court announced 34 guilty verdicts.

J.L. Partners used an online panel of 400 likely voters to assess the impact on the election.

Respondents were asked to explain their opinion.

Not surprisingly, many Trump fans denounced the trial as a 'sham' or a 'witch hunt,' using the candidate's own language.


CNN Pundit on Merchan’s Show Trial: “This is going to MASSIVELY Backfire on the Democrats and Help Donald Trump” 

Google Curbs AI Search After It Told People Obama is a Muslim

Google has limited what search results are answered by its artificial intelligence (AI) systems after they resulted in a string of errors including claiming Barack Obama was a Muslim.

The company said it was adding new restrictions to its “AI overview” feature, which provided AI summaries of answers to search queries.

This includes limiting the number of health-related queries that will be answered by AI, restricting the types of website used by the system, and introducing restrictions where the AI answers were deemed unhelpful.


Megyn Kelly calls for retribution and revenge: "We're going to start putting Democrats in prison"

Elon Musk DECLARES WAR On Biden, Holds Meetings To TURN Elites AGAINST Biden, FOR TRUMP 2024


ENVIRONMENTAL TERRORISM: Millions of Chickens Killed in 5-Alarm Fire at Farina Farms Inc. in Illinois, One of Nation’s Largest Free-Range Egg Facilities

A massive fire broke out at Farina Farms Inc. in Marion County, Illinois, on Wednesday night, resulting in the deaths of millions of chickens.

The farm is one of the largest free-range egg facilities in the country.

The fire, which began around 6:30 p.m. along Highway 37, quickly escalated into a 5-alarm fire, requiring the intervention of at least 20 different fire departments from surrounding areas, according to WAND TV.

Described as “humongous” by Marion County Sheriff Kevin Cripps, the fire engulfed multiple buildings spanning 200-300 yards in length.

“The fire at the Chicken Farm south of Farina is so hot it is actually producing a rare type of cloud over it. It’s called a “pyrocumulus cloud.” They form over large fires (typically wildfires) due to the intense, upward vertical motion of air cooling and condensing as it moves higher into the sky,” Meteorologist Jacob Dickey wrote on Facebook.

“If fires burn hot enough, they can create clouds that produce lighting and rain, called pyrocumulonimbus clouds. That probably isn’t the case in Farina, but the fire is being spotted on radar between 12,000 to 15,000 feet high!” he added.



JUST IN: Former Hillary 2016 Donor Shaun Maguire Explains Why He Contributed $300K To Trump After Today’s Jury Announcement — “My friends are gonna hate me — I’m willing to wade into this fire — Some of us need to be willing to”

Who Would Have Believed The Singularity Would Be So Stupid? Much of This So-Called AI Future Simply Isn't Real

Tommy Emmanuel & Joscho Stephan


New York Jury Reaches Verdict on Trump’s NY Lawfare Trial — GUILTY!! — ALL 34 COUNTS! — EACH COUNT COULD RESULT IN 4 YEARS IN PRISON!… Judge Merchan Tells Jurors He “Admires Your Dedication and Hard Work”

Thursday, May 30, 2024

Internet Archive and the Wayback Machine under DDoS cyber-attack

“He who controls the past, controls the future. He who controls the present, controls the past” -George Orwell from 1984

The Internet Archive, the nonprofit research library that’s home to millions of historical documents, preserved websites, and media content, is currently in its third day of warding off an intermittent DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) cyber-attack. According to library staff, the collections are safe, though service remains inconsistent. Access to the Internet Archive Wayback Machine – which preserves the history of more than 866 billion web pages – has also been impacted.

Since the attacks began on Sunday, the DDoS intrusion has been launching tens of thousands of fake information requests per second. The source of the attack is unknown.

 “Thankfully the collections are safe, but we are sorry that the denial-of-service attack has knocked us offline intermittently during these last three days,” explained Brewster Kahle, founder and digital librarian of the Internet Archive. “With the support from others and the hard work of staff we are hardening our defenses to provide more reliable access to our library. What is new is this attack has been sustained, impactful, targeted, adaptive, and importantly, mean.”

Cyber-attacks are increasingly frequent against libraries and other knowledge institutions, with the British Library, the Solano County Public Library (California), the Berlin Natural History Museum, and Ontario’s London Public Library all being recent victims.

In addition to a wave of recent cyber-attacks, the Internet Archive is also being sued by the US book publishing and US recording industries associations, which are claiming copyright infringement and demanding combined damages of hundreds of millions of  dollars and diminished services from all libraries. 

Who Are These People Who Set Fire To The Israeli Embassy In Mexico City?


"If You Guys Try It Again With What Happened the Last Election, With the Changing The Votes at 3AM, With the Suitcases Coming In, People Running Votes Through The Machines More Than One Time, We're Tired Of It, We're Voting For Trump"

Humpday Blues

Downchild feat. James Cotton
What Was I Thinking?

Wednesday, May 29, 2024

RASSMUSSEN: 19% of Americans Say They Know Someone Who Died From Side Effects of the Vaccine

Investors Bought 26% of the Country’s Most Affordable Homes in the Fourth Quarter—the Highest Share on Record


  • levated home prices and mortgage rates, along with sluggish rents, have made low-priced homes increasingly attractive to investors.
  • Investors bought 18% of all homes that sold in the fourth quarter, up slightly from a year earlier.
  • Overall, investor home purchases dropped 11% from a year earlier, though that’s the smallest decline since they began falling in 2022.
  • Redfin agents in Florida and California say many investors are hungry for homes, but can’t find properties to purchase due to an ongoing housing shortage.

Real estate investors bought 26.1% of low-priced U.S. homes that sold in the fourth quarter. That’s the highest share on record and is up from 24% a year earlier. By comparison, investors purchased 13.6% of mid-priced homes that sold (vs 14.3% a year earlier) and 15.9% of high-priced homes that sold (vs 15.4% a year earlier).

Low-priced homes made up 46.5% of all investor purchases in the fourth quarter (vs 47.2% a year earlier), while mid-priced homes made up 24.6% (vs 26.4% a year earlier) and high-priced homes represented 28.8% (vs 26.5% a year earlier).

“I get tons of emails every day from investors looking for properties, but of course, they only want homes that are under market value, which are hard to come by. When they find those properties, they pile in,” said Carrie Caruthers, a Redfin Premier real estate agent in Riverside County, CA. “I’ve recently seen an uptick in foreclosures, which investors are interested in because they often sell at a discount. I just sold one foreclosed house to an investor for $400,000. It probably would’ve sold for around $500,000 if it hadn’t been a foreclosure, but the investor got a deal because foreclosure purchases come with risks.”

There is an open question about how big of an impact investors are having on the housing market. Many are concerned that investors are hurting regular buyers by driving up costs and exacerbating the shortage of homes for sale, and some lawmakers want to limit tax breaks for big corporate investors that purchase homes. A study released this month said it found “no evidence that SFRs crowd out residential home-buyers or increase home prices.” SFRs refers to single-family REITs, which are companies that invest in single-family properties. 

Investors Bought Nearly 1 of Every 5 Homes That Sold in the Fourth Quarter

Investors bought 18.5% of U.S. homes that sold in the fourth quarter, up from 18.1% a year earlier. Their market share likely rose slightly because they didn’t retreat as quickly as individual buyers.




Was AI Used In the Mica Miller 911 Call?

I posed this question back on May 15th.

What Is Happening With the Mica Miller/John Paul Miller Case?

What Is White Culture?


Touré Asks What White American Culture Is.

I’m not sure what Touré [Neblett] does now. He had his own show on MSNBC before they gave the axe to a number of shows featuring blacks. Now he sits around and wonders what white culture is. Didn’t he rush to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture’s exhibit on “whiteness” and white culture? That pretty well spelled it out. According to the Smithsonian, white culture is characterized by individualism, hard work, objectivity, the nuclear family, progress, respect for authority, delayed gratification, and more. One of the stated goals in Black Lives Matter’s manifesto was to “disrupt” the nuclear family.

Flashback for those who missed this classic moral panic from everybody’s favorite annus horribilis, the year 2020: After backlash, the Smithsonian removes that chart breaking down ‘whiteness and white culture’ in the US.

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A Fauci flunky admitted, in emails, that he deletes any emails that might be sought in a FOIA

A Fauci flunky admitted, in emails, that he deletes any emails that might be sought in a FOIA.

While being questioned by Rep. James Comer, R-Ky.), Morens stammered like Joe Biden at a Girl Scout meeting. He clearly knew Congress had done its homework.

Morens was busted in a big fat felonious lie. Several actually.

"He denied discussing EcoHealth and the WIV (Wuhan Institute of Virology) with Dr. Fauci, but in his emails, he did. He denied conducting official NIAID or NIH (National Institute of Health) business over his personal emails. He did," committee Chairman Brad Wenstrup, (R-Ohio) quipped to the Washington Examiner.

Morens advised his "best friend" on how to get his Wuhan grant back after Trump canceled it in 2020. He also sought help from the "FOIA lady" on how to not get busted.

"I learned from our FOIA lady on how to make emails disappear," Morens emailed to NIH officials.

You can watch the painful testimony below. Feel his pain as Congress reads his emails aloud with his braggadocious quips about how the "FOIA lady" taught him to cover his tracks.

Watch him squirm as Comer reminds him that deleting federal forms is a crime, and laugh as Morens pretends he doesn't know what a federal form is (HINT: it's any email regarding his work).

Laugh with glee as Comer reads Morens' email claiming that "Tony [Fauci] is too smart" to use his NIH email for things he doesn't want to go public.

When pushed as to whether he conducted business on his private email, Morens quaffs, pivots, and panics. My favorite part is when he sheepishly admits some of his emails "looks pretty incriminating."

He shamefully blames "feedback" for not being able to hear questions he desperately wants to avoid.

The juiciest part for me is when Marjorie Taylor-Greene reads his email about how he and Fauci deleted their emails regarding the origins of COVID. And then she mentions kickbacks from EcoHealth Alliance that Morens wrote about in an email.

The evidence is damning. Morens is clearly covering for Fauci.

HUGE! Email Discussion Marked “CONFIDENTIAL” Shows Discussion About MI Electors With Trump Impeachment Lawyers and Office of Attorney Norm Eisen, Who Attended Law School With Barack Obama, Architect of Lawfare Cases Against Trump

HUGE! Email Discussion Marked “CONFIDENTIAL” Shows Discussion About MI Electors With Trump Impeachment Lawyers and Office of Attorney Norm Eisen, Who Attended Law School With Barack Obama, Architect of Lawfare Cases Against Trump 

Don Ross
Loaded, Leather, Moonroof

Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Who Would Have Believed The Singularity Would Be So Stupid?: Google AI GOES INSANE, Tells People To EAT GLUE And ROCKS, Google Will CRASH, Losing The AI Race

Dr. James Thorpe On The Vaccines: "Justice Will Be Served"

Transgender "Female" Stabs 6 Actual Girls, 4 Hospitalized

Obama-supporting male ‘artist’ with ‘she’ in bio goes on Boston stabbing spree, 4 girls hospitalized

On Saturday, a man was arrested for stabbing four young girls at an AMC movie theater in Braintree, Massachusetts, and later two other adults at a McDonald’s in Plymouth. 

According to Boston 25, a source identified the suspect as Jared Ravizza, who police arrested after a police chase to Cape Cod. All the victims in both stabbings were transported to local hospitals to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. In a press release, Braintree police said the man arrived at the AMC around 6:00 PM, when he “proceeded past the ticket counter and entered one of the theaters without paying.” It added, “Without saying anything and without any warning, he suddenly attacked and stabbed the four young females.” 

“Bishops at the meeting were reportedly taken aback by the language the 87-year-old used to make the statement – the derogatory word ‘frociaggine’, which roughly translates to [faggotry].”

Bishops burst with ‘incredulous laughter’, but suggested that it was an honest mistake by the Pope.

Italian is a second language for Francis, and they suggested that he did not know how offensive the word was.  

“The alleged comments, which seem to go against recent moves to amend seminary admission rules, have come as a surprise to some in the church as Francis is known for taking a more liberal view than his predecessors on LGBT rights.”

He has torched laws that criminalize homosexuality as a ‘sin’ and an ‘injustice’, and also allowed Catholic priests to ‘bless’ same-sex couples.

Tgis was considered by the media a significant advance for LGBT rights in the church – but generated heavy criticism from Conservatives in the Church.


It's almost like he doesn't know the moves the Church has made under his reign.


Sunday, May 26, 2024

Hamas planned to attack the Israeli embassy in Berlin

Kristallnacht 2.0: Toronto Synagogue Targeted Again, Shouts of ‘Heil Hitler’ (Video)

Kristallnacht 2.0: Toronto Synagogue Targeted Again, Shouts of ‘Heil Hitler’ (Video)

Toronto, May 2024 – The phrase “never again,” born from the horrors of the Holocaust, was intended to ensure that such atrocities would never be repeated. Yet, here we are in 2024, Canada, witnessing a disturbing surge in antisemitic violence that echoes the darkest chapters of history.

On Friday morning, the Kehillat Shaarei Torah synagogue in Toronto became the target of an attack for the second time in less than a month. Radicals shattered the synagogue’s windows and doors, leaving behind a scene reminiscent of Kristallnacht—the “night of broken glass” in Nazi Germany, where Jewish-owned stores and synagogues were destroyed in a state-sponsored pogrom.

Abascal, President of VOX Spain calls out Hamas as "Satanic" entity

VOX is the opposition political party in Spain.

Lady Gaga Brags About Performing At 5 Concerts While Sick With COVID After Warning ‘Masks Are A Sign Of Respect’: ‘I Shared It With Everyone On My Team’

What a stupid piece of shit:

Singer Lady Gaga urged the peasants to “wear a mask” as a “sign of respect” as governments around the world exploited the manufactured COVID-19 pandemic to install tyranny.

Now the pop icon is gloating and laughing about how she performed five concerts while she was sick with Covid, wore no mask and “shared it with everyone on her team.”

Her fans gave her a round of applause when she admitted to exposing them all to the virus.

At a Q&A ahead of a screening of her new HBO concert special, Gaga Chromatica Ball, on Thursday, the mask Nazis revealed her COVID-19 infection didn’t stop her from performing and getting up close and personal with her fans in the audience.

“If you wouldn’t mind sharing something you’ve never shared before about the creating of this project, the execution of this project and…of this tour, something that you’ve never said aloud before, what you’d be willing to share today?”

“I did five shows with Covid,” Lady Gaga admitted.

The host’s jaw dropped and he jumped to his feet as the singer’s supporters cheered the hypocrisy.

“You ever be like, ‘You better get a friend?’ the host muttered incoherently bursting into laughter.

“I shared it with everyone on my team,” Gaga said. “I said, ‘I don’t want anyone to feel uncomfortable at work and you don’t have to perform and you don’t have to work that day, but, I’m going to the show because I just didn’t want to let all the fans down.”

“And the way that I saw it also is that the fans were all putting themselves in harm’s way every day, coming to the show. So, you know,” she added before began cracking up laughing.

I honestly don't mind that she performed while she had COVID.

But I think since she was such a fascist cunt about telling people how to live, she owes everyone a fucking apology now. 

USA Today Says Biden Must DROP OUT In Order To Beat Trump

Oscar Peterson and Count Basie
Jumpin' At The Woodside

Saturday, May 25, 2024

One of the abductees was an advocate for "palestine"

As some horrifying footage of what Hamas terrorists did to women they'd abducted came out, a writer at the Jerusalem Post points out that one of the women who was taken hostage by Hamas in Gaza was a far-left advocate who supported the "palestine" fabrication:
"I have friends in Palestine." These words, spoken by Naama Levy, an Israeli soldier and peace activist, that were uttered to her Hamas captors while her face was covered in blood, underscored the tragic irony of her abduction. Levy, who dedicated her young life to promoting peace and understanding between Israelis and Palestinians, was brutally kidnapped during the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7, 2023.

At 19 years old, Levy should have embodied the hope for a future in which Israelis and Palestinians could coexist peacefully. But this did not come true; on the contrary. Raised in Ra’anana near Tel Aviv, she became deeply involved with Hands of Peace, an organization committed to fostering dialogue and mutual understanding among young people from both sides of the conflict. Through this program, she participated in workshops, dialogues, and activities aimed at breaking down barriers and building bridges between communities long divided by hatred and violence.

The absurdity of Levy’s situation is heart-wrenching. Here is a young woman who, despite the profoundly entrenched conflict, chose to extend a hand of friendship and understanding to her Palestinian peers. Her dedication to peace and justice was not just theoretical; it was deeply personal and active. She fought for the rights of Palestinians, believing in a shared humanity and a better future for all.

Yet, on that fateful day in October, this same dedication was met with unimaginable violence. Levy was abducted from the Nahal Oz kibbutz military base. Footage of her abduction showed her in distress, injured, and forcibly taken by Hamas terrorists. In a cruel twist of fate, the very people she fought to understand and support became her captors, not because of her actions or beliefs, but simply because she was Jewish.
Something to consider: she could've been attacked even she weren't Jewish, and there have been tons of women in the past of different ethnicities who went miles out of their way to advocate for adherents to Islam, only to be betrayed in the worst ways possible. Most disgusting is how such propagandists emphasize moral equivalence, and worst, completely obscure the Religion of Peace being a motivating factor behind Arab violence. This is exactly what led to the tragedy, and the paper's writers predictably don't have the courage or the honesty to bring that up. Does that mean they see nothing wrong with taqqiya (deception) either? That's another problem nobody like her ever considered. She probably never even championed the cause of Arab women who were threatened with honor murders for doing something unacceptable under the Religion of Peace.

This whole issue also reminded me of advocate Ysabella Hazan, who, it was reported a few months ago, was supporting Islamic causes:
She is also an advocate for non-Jewish causes and people. Hazan was part of a planning committee that organized a vigil for Muslims to honor the victims of the 2019 mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand that killed 51 and injured many others.

She also spoke on behalf of the Uygur Muslims outside the Chinese consulate in Montreal.
Now I don't think it's good what China's been doing to the Uygurs, and the shooting in NZ was a bad thing too, but it's awfully dangerous to associate with followers of the Religion of Peace, when one considers its hostility to Jews and women, and to think the Uygurs are any different is being naive. There have been times in the past when Uighers and their supporters did some very offensive things, and to ignore atrocities committed by Muslims in China will only prolong a terrible issue.

And has Hazan ever advocated for Armenians who've been harmed by Islamofascism? If not, she's only making a joke out of her advocacy job. It should noted the imam at the Christchurch mosque even blamed Israel for the shooting, and the whole notion they're going to literally change based on Hazan's support only perpetuates naivity. Seriously, I think Hazan has some reevaluation to do, and tragically, she probably won't.

Boeing and the Dark Age of American Manufacturing

The sight of bill boeing was a familiar one on the factory floor. His office was in the building next to the converted boatyard where workers lathed the wood, sewed the fabric wings, and fixed the control wires of the Boeing Model C airplane. there is no authority except facts. facts are obtained by accurate observation read a plaque affixed outside the door. And what could need closer observation than the process of his aircraft being built? One day in 1916, Boeing spotted an imperfectly cut wing rib, dropped it to the floor, and slowly stomped it to bits. “I, for one, will close up shop rather than send out work of this kind,” he declared.  
When David Calhoun, the soon-to-be-lame-duck CEO of the company Boeing founded, made a rare appearance on the shop floor in Seattle one day this past January, circumstances were decidedly different. Firmly a member of the CEO class, schooled at the knee of General Electric’s Jack Welch, Calhoun had not strolled over from next door but flown some 2,300 miles from Boeing’s headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. And he was not there to observe slipshod work before it found its way into the air—it already had. A few weeks earlier, the door of a Boeing 737 had fallen out mid-flight. In the days following his visit, Calhoun’s office admitted that it still didn’t know quite what had gone wrong, because it didn’t know how the plane had been put together in the first place. The door’s restraining bolts had either been screwed in wrong, or not at all. Boeing couldn’t say, because, as it told astonished regulators, the company had “no records of the work being performed.”  
The two scenes tell us the peculiar story of a plane maker that, over 25 years, slowly but very deliberately extracted itself from the business of making planes. For nearly 40 years the company built the 737 fuselage itself in the same plant that turned out its B-29 and B-52 bombers. In 2005 it sold this facility to a private-investment firm, keeping the axle grease at arm’s length and notionally shifting risk, capital costs, and labor woes off its books onto its “supplier.” Offloading, Boeing called it. Meanwhile the tail, landing gear, flight controls, and other essentials were outsourced to factories around the world owned by others, and shipped to Boeing for final assembly, turning the company that created the Jet Age into something akin to a glorified gluer-together of precast model-airplane kits. Boeing’s latest screwups vividly dramatize a point often missed in laments of America’s manufacturing decline: that when global economic forces carried off some U.S. manufacturers for good, even the ones that stuck around lost interest in actually making stuff.


Newly Uncovered Documents Suggest Trump Was Right About John Kerry & Iran

NBC News Discovers: "Immigrants at these Trump rallies agree with his (anti-illegal immigration) message. Their point is, 'I did it the right way.'"

What Is Causing the Great Withering of Humankind?


The human species is electing for voluntary self-extinction, just like the anti-human left demands.

Fertility rates have fallen way below replacement level throughout the entire industrialized world, and this is starting to cause major problems all over the globe. Aging populations are counting on younger generations to take care of them as they get older, but younger generations are not nearly large enough to accomplish that task. 
Meanwhile, there aren't enough qualified young workers in many fields to replace the expertise of older workers that are now retiring. Sadly, this is just the beginning. 
As I discuss in my new book entitled "Chaos", if fertility rates continue to drop we could potentially be facing an unprecedented global population collapse in the decades ahead. This has become so evident that even the mainstream media is starting to do stories about this. In fact, an economist that was just interviewed by the Wall Street Journal is warning that "demographic winter is coming"... 
Fertility is falling almost everywhere, for women across all levels of income, education and labor-force participation. The falling birthrates come with huge implications for the way people live, how economies grow and the standings of the world's superpowers. 
In high-income nations, fertility fell below replacement in the 1970s, and took a leg down during the pandemic. It's dropping in developing countries, too. India surpassed China as the most populous country last year, yet its fertility is now below replacement. 
"The demographic winter is coming," said Jesús Fernández-Villaverde, an economist specializing in demographics at the University of Pennsylvania. Here in the United States, if we want to maintain a stable population we need the fertility rate to be at 2.1 or above. Unfortunately, our fertility rate dropped to just 1.62 last year, which was an all-time record low... 
In the U.S., a short-lived pandemic baby boomlet has reversed. The total fertility rate fell to 1.62 last year, according to provisional government figures, the lowest on record. Had fertility stayed near 2.1, where it stood in 2007, the U.S. would have welcomed an estimated 10.6 million more babies since, according to Kenneth Johnson, senior demographer at the University of New Hampshire. 
Our native-born population has been in decline for quite some time. The only reason why the U.S. population as a whole has not been shrinking is because of the tremendous amount of immigration that has been happening. But even though it is not shrinking, the U.S. population has been rapidly getting older, and it is being projected that just six years from now seniors will actually outnumber children for the first time in our entire history...


I Think I Agree With Her

Absolute FIRE line of questioning from Sen Ted Cruz, 🔥🔥🔥 bravo! "Do they have the right to not have a 6'2" man who is a repeat serial rapist put in as their cell mate?"

Friday, May 24, 2024