The Great Educational Giveaway By Brainiac Sanders & Cretin Clinton

Democrats, Education, Hillary Clinton, Left-Liberalism, Socialism, Welfare

No wonder socialism breaks down social bonds. I already hate all families who plan to avail themselves of the education plan of sickening moochers and economic ignoramuses Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.

See, if Clinton gets in, a family earning $90K will force other Americans, many of them not nearly as wealthy as they, to sponsor their brats as follows:

Families with income up to $125,000 will pay no tuition at in-state four-year public colleges and universities. And from the beginning, every student from a family making $85,000 a year or less will be able to go to an in-state four-year public college or university without paying tuition. All community colleges will offer free tuition.

And who on earth does Brainiac Bernie and Cretin Clinton think will pay for their great educational giveaway?

There is no free lunch. Just because Sanders can’s see all the small businesses and struggling retirees who’ll go belly-up because of his generosity with funds NOT HIS; it doesn’t mean the process of destruction is not underway. We’re Greece.

Sanders said he and Clinton will promote a “pretty radical proposal” to provide free public college tuition for working families, and discuss Clinton’s “significant proposal” to reduce student debt.

“I think that a lot of the younger people who are concerned about the cost of college, concerned about climate change, concerned about women’s rights, they’re going to come on board Secretary Clinton’s campaign,” Sanders said Tuesday on MSNBC’s Meet the Press Daily.

Mr. Trump, Time To HALT Lester And The Moderators

Donald Trump, Elections, Hillary Clinton, Media

Contrary to what Brent Bozell advises Donald Trump—raise hell over ingrained bias among media morons who can’t help themselves—Mr. Trump should persist in doing what he’s done so well so far. Deconstruct the deformed systems around him, chiefly the media complex. (Also the theme of this good book.)

Refuse to attend a moderated debate, and insist on going mano-a-mano with Hillary Clinton. Cut the cord for Hillary. She can no longer have her media wet-nurse enablers. At the same time, explain by advertising the strategy nation-wide. Call it leveling the playing-field.

On birtherism, stop and frisk, and taxes, Bozell noted that Holt asked Trump about these issues but immediately “challenged him on his answer” and then “challenged, interrupted, or fact-checked him six different times” about whether Trump backed the invasion of Iraq.

Seeing as how Holt chose not to ask “one single challenge to anything she said, not one tough question on anything she said, not one question on a controversy, be it Benghazi, the Clinton Foundation, the e-mails, her medical records,” Bozell ruled that Holt proved he “did the bidding” of his fellow journalists to “go after Donald Trump, and let up on Hillary.” …

MORE: …“MRC’s Brent Bozell: Trump Should ‘Raise Hell’ Over Lester Holt Lobbing ‘Softballs’ to Hillary ‘All Night’”

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From The Deplorables’ Perspective, Hillary Got Slaughtered @ First Presidential Debate

Business, Crime, Donald Trump, Economy, Foreign Policy, Gender, Hillary Clinton, Lebanon, Media


Not America First:

Clinton’s Ctrl-Alt-Delete Rant:

Make America Great Again:

And Now For Something Completely Different: Moron Media:

Pivoting from Putin:

Aliens:

Moocher Vs. Producer:

Crook:

Historian Clyde N. Wilson Reviews ‘The Trump Revolution’

Donald Trump, Elections, Ilana Mercer, Literature, Paleoconservatism, Paleolibertarianism

Dr. Clyde N. Wilson has reviewed “The Trump Revolution: The Donald’s Creative Destruction Deconstructed” (June, 2016), in Chronicles magazine, the flagship publication of principled paleoconservationism. “Sounding The Trump” is in the October 2016 issue of Chronicles (subscribe). A short excerpt:

In important ways, a revolutionary process has begun. So argues Ilana Mercer in the best extended analysis yet published of the Trump phenomenon: “Trump is getting an atrophied political system to oscillate” in “an oddly marvelous uprising.” For us revolutionaries there is still a long way to go, but we are entitled to a “modest hope” that “an utterly different political animal, Donald Trump, might actually do some good for the countrymen he genuinely seems to love.”

It is not Trump who is transforming American politics, the author asserts; “it’s the people of America doing the transforming.” Trump is the first politician in a long, long time who has regarded America as a country rather than a “proposition” and has actually spoken to and for “the people.” Far from being “divisive,” his plain speaking has enthusiastically united large numbers of Americans. …

… “White Lives Matter Less” has been, in Mercer’s words, “the creedal pillar” of our public life. Without ungraciousness to any, Trump has shown that it is OK for white Americans to declare that they have had enough of “the pigment burden” that has been piled on their backs. This paleo-libertarian author does not disguise her disgust at the fashionable statism, indistinguishable from the collectivist left and without a clue to what “free trade” really means, that passes for libertarianism today. …

… as Mercer points out with tough realism, … In this post-constitutional time, it may be that “the best liberty lovers can look to is action and counter-action, force and counterforce in the service of liberty.” A president hoping for reform will face 160,000 pages of federal laws and regulations and relentless sabotage by the Banksters, Bombers, Bureaucrats, and Busybodies who now govern us. He cannot be a moderate if he hopes to accomplish anything.

On “Mercer’s Menckenesque ability to coin memorable phrases describing the empowered fools of our time,” Professor Wilson’s asks: “Does any contemporary writer do it better?”

Finally, a reviewer with a sense of fun; someone with the good sense to have a hearty chuckle at this verbal swordplay:

Mercer on the media: “news nitworks,” the “War Street Journal,” “idiot’s lantern,” “unsharpened pencil,” “tele-tarts,” a “circle jerk of power brokers,” “one-trick donkeys,” “celebrated mediocrities,” “another banal bloviation,” the “cable commentariat as a cog in the corpulent D.C. fleshpot.”

Mercer on our rulers and would-be rulers: “parasites in waiting”; “nation-building at the point of the bayonet makes [Hillary] barking happy”; “Banana Republicans”; “dwarf-tossing” (William Kristol’s promotion of nonentities as Trump alternatives); the “quaint expectation that voters, not party operatives, would choose the nominee”; the “silent majority that dare not speak its name”; “what our crypto-leftist conservatives are ramming down our proverbial gullets are dogmas, not values”; the “master-servant relationship between Republicans and the Religious Right”; the “think tanks’ industry for the god of war”; “neoconservatives speaking like Tocqueville but acting like Robespierre”; “neoconservatives standing athwart every valid form of American conservatism yelling stop.”

What a review and what an honor! Subscribe to Chronicles here.