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Bill Whittle's razor-sharp response to the Orlando shootings.

https://www.billwhittle.com/firewall/guns-islam-and-orlando
WARNING! Extremely Graphic Content! The massacre in Orlando is not just another case of "homegrown extremism." Despite the shameful censoring of the transcript of the 911 call, the Orlando murders were just another step in the long, bloody march of [OMITTED]; another [OMITTED] responding to the call of [OMITTED] to commit mass murder In the name of [OMITTED].
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We're waking up to news that is horrific. And devastating. But anyone who says this act of terror in Orlando was "surprising" or "unthinkable" has not been paying attention to radical Islam's global war on the West. Fort Hood. Paris. San Bernardino. How many more tragedies need to happen before our Commander-in-Chief (and Hillary, who also refuses to use the term "radical Islam") stop tainting threat assessments with political ideology? The time for political correctness is over.

This is a time of prayer for the victims and their families. It's a time to come together and decide where America and the world go from here? A few thoughts:

Our Commander-in-Chief won't ditch his ideology and confront radical Islam head-on, but the next President damn well better do so. Radical Islam is at war with us, but we are not yet genuinely at war with a group our President won't call out by name. This isn't Obama bashing...this is being fed up with watching carnage on the news, and wanting some real solutions that address the real problem. America's leaders need to get serious about this war. Immediately.

Calling this a "lone wolf" incident misses the point of fighting a global network of "lone wolves". They don't wear uniforms or hail from one country. But the ISIS caliphate makes this a unified effort with a unified ideology: radical Islam. Deal with it.

Guns will naturally be called a culprit by the left. That's shifting the focus away from where it belongs. Guns are a tool, not a cause. Spoons don't make people fat. Gun laws aren't responsible for the shooting in Orlando. We need to deal with the real problem.

Letting 10's of thousands of refugees into our country from ISIS stronghold regions, with NO WAY of properly vetting them, will bring more individuals like this one to our shores. Everyone acknowledges this as part of the equation. The question is: Is that acceptable? Is pumping the breaks on Syrian refugees until proper vetting can be done bigoted...or common sense? Our country's leader need to answer this question directly, and be accountable for the aftermath.

I pray common sense trumps political correctness, and our nation figures out a way to rid the world of the subhuman scum that perpetrate these mass murders. I'm sickened by all of this.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/12/us/orlando-nightclub-shooting/index.html
Fifty people were killed at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, in what marks the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
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I assumed that the FBI had emailed Hillary of the threat, but then the email was lost.
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THIS IS UNETHICAL, BUT NOT SURPRISING.

Is Google manipulating searches in favor of Hillary Clinton? Try typing the same search terms into Yahoo and Bing...and YOU be the judge.

First Facebook, now Google. Is there no trustworthy media companies in Silicon Valley?
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Here's a description of why Google never auto completes "criminal". By someone who used to work in the search team.

https://plus.google.com/+KentonVarda/posts/iczcyKJAuPD
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I admit -- I'm in awe of our nation's veterans, and I often wonder what stories each of them has to tell. I feel blessed that my life has been lived in the wake of their sacrifices. Here is one man's story. Read this and see if it doesn't change you and your understanding of what it truly means to live in America.

http://politichicks.com/2016/05/memorial-day-season-flags-fathers-flag/
Dr. Bill Simpson's WWII veteran father taught the importance of flags.
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God bless our men and women in uniform.
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I hate to admit if each were to scale, you wouldn't be even to see Benghazi if it were added. Illegal war, is what I sum it to. I do division to. Given Iraq was unjustified and unsubstantiated on the liberal side, and necessary, possibly, isn't a factor of one thousand mean anything in crossing lines of justice:
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Portland is taking a page out of the Nazi playbook. Rather than discussing the data and encouraging kids to think, they're resorting to indoctrination. ‪#‎HeilPortland‬ ‪#‎OrwellOregon‬

Naturally, Al Gore is close at hand.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/05/22/portland-public-schools-ban-textbooks-that-cast-doubt-on-climate-change.html
The Portland Public Schools board voted last week to ban any materials that cast doubt on climate change, the Portland Tribune reported.
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I grew up an went to school in Portland 1970 1984 .I'll never go back to libville
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ISIS terrorist in France ambushes a police captain at his home, stabbing him to death. Then tortures his female partner in front of their toddler, and streams it over Facebook.

The primary problem isn't guns. SOLVE THE PRIMARY PROBLEM FIRST. And if you can't ID people, don't bring them into our country as "refugees". We have brains...let's use them.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/french-police-couple-murdered-at-home-in-terrorist-attack-1465890512
A man who pledged allegiance to Islamic State killed a police captain and his companion in a suburb of the French capital, a slaying authorities suspect was sparked by the extremist group’s calls for followers in the West to carry out attacks.
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I hope the child is too young to remember this.
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Once again, the Clintons used their positions of power to enrich themselves. Much worse that Trump U -- but the media doesn't care.

SUMMARY: Laureate Education racked up $750 million of debt on students while running a $457 Million debt at the same time Bill Clinton was paid millions in hidden compensation from Laureate while Hillary’s State Department was lavishing $150 million from the chain of for-profit schools that has a more than 50% graduation rate and a high drop-out rate.
Trump University problems are a skin blemish compared to the Clintons' Laureate Leprosy
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She and Obama double double-cross the Benghazi 4 what makes you think she won't double-cross you
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Albright and Clinton prove you don't need to be smart to be Sec of State. Committing felonies and showing willful disregard for our nation's security matters less than partisanship.

Oh, and 4 people did die in Benghazi. Not that anyone in Clinton's camp is counting...

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/06/madeleine-albright-clinton-email-223861
"She has said she made a mistake, and nobody is going to die as a result of anything that happened on emails," Albright said.
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She said she " made a mistake, " then she said "well, everybody else does it", fact is, it's illegal and it's wrong, and if she gets away with it, then there'll be lawsuits from those who got fired for disregard of rules concerning gov't computers , servers, LANs.
I know a couple of people (gov't contractor personnel) who can't wait for her to get away with this. They want their jobs back, with about 10 years of Back Pay each.
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The bigger issue behind the bathroom wars brilliantly explained by Bill Whittle.
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I don't read the video comments. Much more pithy comments here.
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So Maroon 5 is boycotting a state that says "The Feds can't tell private companies where people can and cannot pee". NC isn't banning transgenders from bathrooms...they're simply saying private companies (emphasis on private) can choose as they see fit. Adam Levine objects to this kind of freedom.

I don't understand how musicians and companies like PayPal square the hypocrisy they exhibit in their selective outrage, and I'm not even sure they truly understand what they're boycotting. But I'm sure it'll affect how fans view them, both positively and negatively.

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/christinerousselle/2016/05/20/maroon-5-cancels-north-carolina-shows-over-bathroom-bill-still-on-to-play-in-russia-n2166159?utm_source=thdailypm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl_pm&newsletterad=
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I am beginning to hate most musicians and movie stars. If that's how they feel, then I think they should boycott all 50 states.
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As Chief Creative Officer for Hansen Creative, I'm a marketing Swiss Army Knife. As Vice President for Rattler Energy, I'm evangelizing a green energy solution that can help change the world. Strengths: Brand development, copywriting, print production, web development and online "strategery".
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  • Hansen Creative, Inc.
    President & Chief Creative Officer, 1997 - present
  • AAF Foundation - Reno
    President, 2013 - 2013
  • Rattler Energy
    Vice President, 2011 - 2012
  • Porsche Cars North America
    Marketing Communications Manager, 1986 - 1997
  • IBM
    PC Sales Support, 1984 - 1986
  • Reno Gazette Journal
    Stringer & Sportswriter, 1982
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President & Chief Creative Officer of Hansen Creative, Inc. 
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My goal on Google+ is to enhance the experiences people share in this place with provocative thoughts, images and stories. Enjoy!
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