Is GameStop Going Out of Business?

Without hesitation I can say I go to GameStop for all my gaming needs. I love the store. I like walking in and browsing for hidden gems. I like pre-ordering games, buying used games, and every once in a while having small talk with the friendly, albeit, somewhat nerdy, staff.

Other than their awesome return policy on used games, and on occasion the reasonable pricing, I don’t really think of GameStop as a generous, price conscious company. I know up front they are in it for the money, and to be fair, for the money, they mostly deliver.

I know that they buy my old games for coke caps and sell them for gold bullion. With all this said, I still love GameStop. if you’re a gamer, how can you not?

Here’s what is worrying me. I think of GameStop as an evil necessary friend, or a necessary evil; whatever, you know what I mean. They’re kind of like your drug dealer, if you’re addicted to crack. He doesn’t really care about you, but he’s got what you NEED and is always there when you need him.

With that said, I’m afraid I might lose my dealer and here’s why.


GameStop is in a mad dash to get rid of their inventory. I bought 47 games for $108. That’s with shipping and two-day delivery.


The rumor mill, the Hopi Indians, the web-bot, and even “chatter” being picked up by the NSA, are pointing to an all digital gaming market. All downloads… No more buying CD’s or cartridges.


GameStop is not a publisher or a developer. It’s a retail business, like Best Buy, and in case you haven’t heard, they’re closing a boat load of stores.


GameStop bought Kongregate, no doubt to diversify their revenue stream.

I’m speculating of course, but the future does not look good for GameStop. Or does it?

After all, GameStop has built a gaming empire, mecca, military industrial complex, universal healthcare, smelly kids utopia, gaming retail business Donald Trump would be proud of.

Surely they’ve got something up their sleeves. Please tell me you have a plan.

I know one thing for sure:

GameStop execs are working their butts off to survive the coming gaming apocalypse. You know, the one the Mayans predicted. You can be sure the corporate offices of GameStop are tense and cutthroat. And in this environment they will either succeed and survive, or alter their business model and be relegated to “publishing” browser games.

We will know Friday December 21, 2012.

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When Will They TIRE Of His Lies?

Don’t make yourself, feel better, by blaming the present occupant of the White House, for the polarizing tone, greater degree of prejudice and hatred, and the way, it seems, one segment of America, is pitted against another! In fact, the real question, to consider, and truly, be concerned about, is why, so many Americans, seem to blindly, follow President Donald Trump, and continue to do so, despite his behavior, rhetoric, and continuing lies! When will they TIRE of this type of behavior, and the continuous, lies (according to one, well – respected, political fact – checker, he has told, over 12,000 lies, and/ or, misstatements, since, he was elected? What are the potential dangers of these oversights, and, why, does it seem, not to matter, to so many of them? With that in mind, this article will attempt to, briefly, consider, examine, review, and discuss, using the mnemonic approach, what this means and represents, and why it matters.

1. Tense; treatment; time – tested; timely; trust/ truth: Don’t Americans need, and deserve, the truth from those, they elect, with the hope, to be effectively, served and represented? If you can’t trust these individuals, doesn’t that harm, the nature of our democracy? How healthy is it, when millions, wake – up, daily, tense, and nervous, about what, might occur, that day? Don’t we deserve better treatment? How are we represented, when time – tested, principles, ideas, and concepts, ignored? When issues, like, paying keen attention to Climate Change, and environmental concerns, and safety, are ignored, isn’t that unfair to future generations?

2. Integrity; innovate; imagine; insights; improvements: Don’t we deserve, and shouldn’t we demand, absolute, genuine integrity, from those we elect? Slogans, such as, Make America Great Again, looking backward, instead of forward, and wouldn’t we all, be better off, if they would innovate, in a relevant, sustainable manner, and imagine things, being, as they should, and may be? Take a keen look at the possibilities, and develop, the insights to be more responsible voters, and citizens! When improvements are indicated, wouldn’t it make sense, to seek the best path, instead of procrastinating, and denying?

3. Relevant; responsive; reality; rational; realistic: Who benefits, when a leader, replaces, realistic ideas and solutions, with empty rhetoric, and promises? Rather than being responsive to the needs of the nation and the world, it doesn’t help anyone, when lies, and misstatements, replace rational ideas, and viable solutions!

4. Empathy; emphasis; energy/ energize; enrich: We have witnessed, a period, unlike any, in recent memory, where, it appears, to many, the President of the United States seems to lack genuine empathy, and is primarily motivated by his personal/ political agenda, and/ or, self – interest! We need leadership, which places its emphasis, and energy, on energizing others, and enriching society, in – general!

What does it say about our society, when so many, seem to, not yet, TIRE of the apparent lies, and actions, of this administration? Wake up, America, before it’s too late!

Source by Richard Brody

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Ascent of Modern Language: How Our Culture Shapes The Way We Speak

Book Review

Ascent of the A-Word: Assholism, the First Sixty Years by Geoffrey Nunberg

Public Affairs

It is delightful that a respected linguist would take up the challenge of writing about an inelegant word that has become a staple of our spoken language.

Who else but Geoffrey Nunberg would have taken the term “asshole” and dissected it into a multitude of forms that both describe and enhance our understanding-indeed appreciation-of this concept?

In the literal sense, assholerefers to someone’s anatomy; however, used in the popular colloquial fashion, assholerefers to someone’s personality or behavior.

It is the latter meaning Dr. Nunberg spends time deftly dissecting, from its first literary appearance to the characteristics of those who represent the archetypes in our society.

Dr. Nunberg traces the use of coarse language from the Victorian era of the 1920s to the spread of the A-word by returning World War II servicemen (and novelist Norman Mailer in The Naked and the Dead).

In an effort to describe who is an asshole or behaves in the category of assholism, Dr. Nunberg aligned his definition with Barbara Walter’s. Among those who are often paired with the asshole label are: Rush Limbaugh, Mel Gibson, Hank Williams Jr., Bill O’Reilly, Tiger Woods, Tom Cruise, Karl Rove, Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, and Mark Zuckerberg.

A personal deliberation over whether someone is an asshole, a prick, or jerk is more about a personality than semantics. To paraphrase the famous phrase by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart regarding pornography: I can’t define one, but I know one when I see one.

Just as there are those who are specifically identifiable as assholes, Dr. Nunberg also has a definition of the “anti-asshole.”

The anti-asshole is a new cultural hero best depicted by Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry. Other anti-assholes include Bruce Willis and Steven Seagal.

These anti-heroes are tough, blunt, and disaffected, according to Professor Nunberg. They are courteous to ordinary folk, but abusive and contemptuous to criminals and those in the police hierarchy who keep them from doing their job.

Ascent of the A-Wordwould be incomplete if Professor Nunberg left out assholism in political discourse. His best example? Donald Trump. “Trump’s reputation as an asshole was firmly established before his dalliance with politics began.”

In his book, Dr. Nunberg trounces the political broadcasters as those who truly qualify as personal and professional assholes. He gives an example of this behavior by Ann Coulter when she gave a talk at the University of Ottawa in 2010. A Muslim student asked her how Muslims are expected to travel if they shouldn’t be allowed on airplanes as Coulter had suggested. She answered, “Take a camel.”

“To judge from the energy they give preening, sneering and bullying their guests and callers, a lot of successful ones in talk radio, as in baseball, are the nice guys who finish at the bottom of the division.”

“The problem with political assholism,” contends the author, “is that it has worked its way into everyday conversation, particularly as response to the politicization of manners associated with political correctness.”

In the end, assholism is not helpful in engendering or maintaining a useful and constructive dialogue. By its very definition, it is “designed to deny that very possibility” by dividing one group from another.

How do we avoid assholism? As Dr. Nunberg suggests, “When someone acts like an asshole “about an important matter,” it is important not to answer in kind, but “with the seriousness the question requires.”

Dr. Nunberg is a distinguished professor of linguistics at the University of California at Berkeley.

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Best Books On Real Estate

Some of the best books on real estate are some of the most common ones but for unrelated various reasons. Most books on real estate only give anecdotal information and, with the laws varying from state to state, can be difficult to apply to your career.

What I decided to do was to grab a few of these books, both hard cover and also on audio book. I picked up one from Gary Keller (of Keller Williams) Donald Trump & Dean Graziosi. I enjoyed them all but for different reasons.

First off, Gary Keller offers the most practical approach to any real estate agent getting started. He's one of the most popular real estate agents on the planet and has, in my opinion, one of the most successful brokerages in the US. All the information he provided in his book was applicable to me when I was getting started. His book is really for someone that maybe is a part of a small mom and pop office where there isn't much training. After one get's their RE license then few offices offer ongoing training. For the most part, you will have to go to your local board or MLS to obtain any relevant on going training. However, Gary's books are good and, like I said, give you valuable insight for getting started. I recommend his "The Millionare Real Estate Agent: It's not about the money … it's about being the best you can be!"

My next two favorites are Donald Trump and Dean Graziosi. Now, these are two polarzing individuals. Either you love them or you hate them. I happen to like them both.

For The Donald, I recommend "Trump Strategies For Real Estate". Now, if you are in a small market you won't find any real applicable strategies as most of the insight is from DT's experiences in NYC. The one thing that does irritate me about his books is that, from what I can tell, he does not put pen to paper and write the book. He co-writes with another author that he trusts. Now, nothing wrong with that but I want to hear the author talking to me. There was some valuable information in the book that I read and the insight gained from made me think in ways I had never thought of before. The way he structured and negotiated some of those deals is mind boggling. A very interesting read for sure.

Now, Dean is an interesting cat. If you look him up on line that guy is selling everything from cars to real estate. I like that he has a history selling informational products. One interesting thing I learned from him was that he shared with me how to buy tax liens. A very interesting concept and one that is easy to implement. Well worth reading.

All in all, none of these books gave a step by step process to getting started as a real estate agent and, honestly, I don't believe any book on the market will give you those tips and tricks encompassed in one book. However, I have found that they are practical in the advice offered. If I had to pick the best of the three I would recommend Gary's books as a first read. You really can't go wrong. Especially for the agent that is looking to brush up on some fresh concepts or the new agent looking to get started. The Donald and Dean are good for the real estate investor looking for additional strategies. I enjoyed those for different reasons that I applied to my real estate investing career.

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What Have We Done To Our Industrial Base In The USA – Why Did We Do It?

During the 2016 election there was lots of talk about jobs, mostly lost jobs to crumbled industries. Sectors of our economy which were once strong and vibrant, but we traded them away to other nations is bad trade deals. Donald Trump is correct most of the major trade deals we’ve made haven’t been good for our economy in the long-term, sure they may have won us brownie points on the international stage and helped us out ‘client nation’ other former super powers and slowed down an emerging super power – but to what avail if we don’t have decent jobs for our own citizens?

You should see the destruction we’ve done in the mining sector for no real reason, today we have incredible mining technologies to prevent environmental damage, but good luck trying to get that going again. How can we compete with manufacturing when the entire supply chain from resources to the finished automobiles has been trashed? We are so much better than this.

We’ve allowed our industrial capabilities to be crushed, and we have politicians pandering to the vocal minority and incited media rather than by reason and reality. It should not cost $50 million dollars in EIR work and lawyers to get a refinery approved or a new strategy to add clean-coal technology to an existing coal-fired energy generation plant that has existed burning coal for power for 50-years. I thought we wanted clean and cheap energy?

No, apparently we want to hijack the fossil fuel industry to divert the wealth of the industry to new unproven alternative energy folks who are friends or relatives of Pelosi, Reid, or donated big bucks to the Obama Administration’s elections. And it isn’t just the Democrats joining the crony-capitalist feeding frenzy, because when the money flows in politics, people line up and throw their politics out, they just want to get rich, problem is we the taxpayers get screwed, and now we pay again in higher energy costs for the subsidies, and inefficiencies.

Our companies are less competitive with higher costs in energy for manufacturing, industry, mining, and thus it is even harder to compete on top of the four items I previously mentioned. Of course, I digress again. The point is bad policies, cronyism and attacks on our corporations from unions, class-action lawyers, over regulation, and foreign influences have us running at 1500 RPM when we redline at 5,000 RPM. Think on this, because it is fixable.

Source by Lance Winslow

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Will We, Ever, Say, ENOUGH, To Gun Violence?

How many more, must die, before, enough Americans, articulate a message, similar, the famous line, from the movie, Network, which proclaims, I'm mad as hell, and not going to take it any more ? Even though, public polls, indicate, the public, overwhelming, support, some sane gun control measures, including: better background checks; eliminating huge gun clips; reducing access to automatic weapons; licensure; mental health testings, etc, the politicians, especially, President Donald Trump, and his enablers, seem, because of either, political motives (financial, etc), or other reasons, continue, to refuse, to take, meaningful, responsible actions, for the common good! Haven't we had, ENOUGH, of this type of political leadership? With that in mind, this article will attempt to, briefly, consider, examine, review, and discuss, using the mnemonic approach, what this means and represents, and, why, Americans must, become less apathetic, or we will all suffer.

1. Empathy; emphasis; education: Whenever, the opponents of sane gun control, wish to build – up, opposition to any measures, they, use the same, playbook , which is to try, to create fear, from gun owners. They always, discuss, so – called, 2nd Amendment Rights, yet, distort, this, by claiming, they are entitled to own guns. The reality is, however, and has been affirmed by two past Supreme Court Justices, the right to bear arms, had to do, with state militias, and, since, most states had few sources of revenue, their volunteer militia members, would need to own their own gun. In fact, as recently as the middle part of the 20th Century, this explanation was rarely used. When any personal right, interferes with those of others, to live, safely, and securely, change is needed! The officials, who refuse to listen, and won't proceed with genuine empathy, and an emphasis, on a balance between owning a gun, and doing so, responsibly, need greater education, compassion, and willingness to serve the common / greater good !

2. Needs; nerve: Whose needs, should be served – the supposed right to own a gun, or the public's need, for more safety, and far less, gun violence? We must elect people, with the nerve, to resist the efforts, to be influenced, by Political Action Committees!

3. Options; opportunities: It is possible, to balance, the right of safe, gun owners, with the rights of the public, in general? If politicians would seek, common sense solutions, and the opportunities, to bring us, together, for the common good, this should be able to be addressed!

4. Useful; usual / unusual; urgent: Hasn't the time, passed, when we considered, this violence, as an urgent matter, which needs to be, a priority? This has been going on, for a while, so, both the usual, and unusual aspects, have mostly been witnessed, and steps must be taken! What good are public leaders, if they fail to address essential issues, in a useful manner?

5. Generate goodwill; greater good; gun / guns: While, gun ownership, for sporting reasons, is fine, if the owners, are responsible, we need to take a serious look, at the types of guns / weapons, allowed! Does any hunter need, a military, attack weapon, or any gun, with a larger, than necessary, clip? Shouldn't the presiding consideration, be, serving the greater good, generating goodwill, and protecting the public's safety, and well – being?

6. Healing; humanity; head / heart: This has become an emotional issue, when, it should be, considered, with a balance of our logical and emotional components, in a head / heart balance! Healing humanity, and, common sense, must prevail!

How many more must die, and be seriously wounded, both, physically, and emotionally, before we say, ENOUGH ? It's well, past – time, for more sane gun safety / controls!

Source by Richard Brody

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Saber – Rattling: Why Threats, And Usage, Often, Lack MERIT?

Historically, when any nation’s leaders, begin using the threat of extreme military actions, aiming to obtain their goals (whether warranted, or not), this so – called, saber – rattling, has rarely achieved its desired objectives. On the other hand, more often, than not, it stirs – up, resistance, and further disorder, because of either, bringing about extreme xenophobia, and extreme retaliations! In fact, the Merriam – Webster online dictionary defines this as, overtly and often exaggeratedly threatening actions or statements (such as verbal threats or ostentatious displays of military power) that are meant to intimidate an enemy by suggesting possible use of force. Recently, President Donald Trump, who is often condemned by his foes, and adored by his core supporters, has articulated such a message, especially, as it relates to Iran (threatening devastation of that nation), and China (economic threats/ tariffs/ trade war), and the European Union (constant threats to leave NATO, if he doesn’t get his way), etc. Although, we hope, the President is doing this, because he believes, it is advantageous, and essential, to our nation, there is a far greater possibility, these types of extreme threats, lack significant MERIT, and thus, there is probably more risk involved, than any potential reward/ benefit. With that in mind, this article will attempt to, briefly, consider, examine, review, and discuss, using the mnemonic approach, why we should be concerned about the impacts/ ramifications of this behavior/ course of action.

1. Message; motivations; misjudge: Consider, the message, this path, sends out, especially regarding, whether the United States, might be willing to seek any meeting – of – the – minds, for the common good! We must question the inherent motivations of any public official, who articulates, this way. In recent days, isn’t there a risk, Trump might be misjudging, and/ or, under – estimating the resistance of his perceived foes, such as Iran, and the potential damage, to our nation, the safety of the world, and all our citizens?

2. Energy of opposition; energize/ unite foes: It’s always foolish, to under – estimate foreign adversaries, and to proceed, without considering, fully, potential undesirable ramifications! When we sabre – rattle, the impact includes energizing opposition, and uniting our foes. Even worse, it makes, the extremist components, of our potential enemies, stronger, so, does this make any sense?

3. Resentment; resistance; risk/ reward; ramifications: When a nation’s leader. articulates a threatening message, it risks, increasing his foes resentment, and resistance! Great leaders visualize, and seriously consider/ address potential ramifications. How one proceeds, should be seriously considered, on a risk/ reward scale!

4. Ideas; insight; integrity: Whenever any leader proceeds, in this manner, it is potentially dangerous, but, when, someone, who lacks perceived integrity, does, it often maximizes the risk, while minimizing any potential benefits! Rather than resorting to threats, we would be better served, when a leader had enhanced insight!

5. Timing; trust; terrorists/ terrorism: When this behavior is followed, and its inherent timing, may, often become a significant factor! When foreign nations do not trust our leader, the terrorists often, become stronger, and terrorism becomes a greater risk!

Saber – rattling, may be a risky approach, but, when it is done, in less than a well – considered manner, it, often, lacks quality, and/ or, MERIT! Wake up. America, and demand better from your leaders!

Source by Richard Brody

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What If the End of the World Is Today?

If you have never fully understood the meaning of panic you will when all world news headlines are reporting the end of the world, albeit with different strings of words. It would be so interesting to watch how people react – especially those of you who just hate the idea of death as if it is not an integral and inevitable aspect of life. All I can say is, (with a sinister voice) brace yourselves, it is coming.

So it has been established that there would be widespread panic, now that panic would give birth to prayer and total devotion to superior powers. You see all those guys who claim to be atheists; you would wonder where they stand because they’d be the first to call on a higher God. If these same set of people can openly renounce their atheistic status aboard a trembling aircraft, then I have no doubt that they would recognize that there is a God.

What if the destruction of the world would begin in Europe and end in Africa. I bet you, Africa would become the destination of every living thing (including plants and animals and Donald Trump… oops!). Nobody would care about the insecurity in places like Nigeria, or the scorching sun that people use to cook meals (take it from me, people do); or even the skyrocketing cost of living. Africa and indeed Nigeria would be a safe haven. I’m even thinking – what if the end of the world does not affect Nigeria? Let’s continue in the next paragraph.

Can you imagine the whole world migrating to Nigeria, what an exodus it would be! The world would be like the Israelites and for once in Nigeria’s pathetic history we would be the Promised Land… I am literally laughing loud in my mind. Because Nigerians are a very considerate and welcoming people, entrance into their lands would come at a very steep price – only for those who are not deft in the art of espionage like the U.S and the other demonic powers that be. Oops again!

Anyway, the world is coming to an end (not) today so don’t fret, just get really scared because the worst is not about to happen. Lols.

What if the end of the world is today? What’s your interesting take on this? Or are you too shaken up to express yourself?

Till next time, think weird, laugh and be happy!

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Yes, You Gotta Believe in Yourself – But There's a Catch

Believe in yourself .

Ah, how quaintly those three words ring throughout our collective childhood memories.

And for many a good reason. They're age-old wisdom, really. You know how some people say that every one of those cliché'd sayings always have their legitimacy back somewhere?

Yeah, this one's a prime example.

Believe in yourself is something we're usually told as we grow up. It's the predictable point of every other fable, fairytale, kid's show, cartoon, or other type of narrative cultural product aimed at children.

And indeed, why wouldn't it be? ALL confident people believe in themselves. The one common denominator for everyone who ever stood up for themselves and made a deliberate effort to change the world for the better, is confidence. And that means believing in yourself.

Oh, and claiming that believe in yourself is somewhat of a mantra within the world of self-help and self-development would be an understatement on par with " Batman Forever isn't exactly the greatest movie ever " or " Donald Trump can seem a little self-centered sometimes " .

So then why is this one confidence coach all of a sudden coming along and telling you to NOT believe in yourself ??

Well, I'm not.


Like I've written about before, simply loving yourself isn't gonna cut it in and by itself if you want to achieve lasting confidence. Well, this is kinda the same thing.

And indeed, the two are highly alike. One couldn't very well love oneself without believing in oneself, or vice versa.

In fact …

Loving yourself = self-esteem .

And …

Believing in yourself = self-confidence .

" Okay, wait a minute, WAIT A MINUTE! So you're saying that there's a" but "… If I want to build my confidence … by being confident ?!? "


My point is, that simply believing in yourself is not enough to build lasting confidence if what you're doing doesn't truly support you and matter to you.

I'll even say it again for good measure:

To believe in yourself is not enough to build lasting confidence if none of what you're doing is truly supportive or truly relevant to you.

For example, you might believe in yourself when it comes to playing video games. And your confidence in your video game skills might be ever so justified. But if you sit around playing video games literally all day, chances are you're not gonna have much going for you out in the real world.

(Unless, of course, you're one of those professional gamers who go to tournaments and win huge cash prices and whatnot.)

You might believe in yourself in a whole lot of areas and still end up making a complete crash-landing of your entire life – or even worse.

Think I'm kidding? I know this, because I did this . And lot of people I know did this, too.

… In fact, pretty much every successful person ever did this.

Yes, you gotta believe in yourself if you want confidence. It goes without saying. But the crucial "but" here is that your confidence won't last unless you …

  • Do what matters to you
  • Know what you're doing
  • Know why you're doing it
  • Do the right things at the right time
  • Stay focused
  • Keep at it and never give up

Do all of the above check out with you? Good. In that case, you can hardly believe in yourself too much.

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What Is Going On With College Professor Radicalized Hate Speech?

Something is completely wrong with this picture; College and University Professors across this country are actively trying to overthrow our duly elected president and inciting protests, riots and violence against anyone and everyone who voted for Donald Trump and Mike Pence. Is academia radicalizing lone-wolf college students to take to the streets in violation? Why? Why are they radicalizing our kids, and why on Earth are we paying the high-tuition costs allowing them to have a platform to do this?

There was an interesting article in Reuters on December 27, 2016 titled: “Pennsylvania professor under fire for ‘white genocide’ tweet,” by Ian Simpson which stated:

“A Drexel University professor, whose tweet that he wanted a ‘white genocide’ for Christmas sparked a fire storm of criticism from the school and social media users, said on Monday his comment was satirical. The white assistant professor of history and politics posted ‘All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide’ on Twitter on Christmas Eve, and he followed it up: ‘when the whites were massacred during the Haitian revolution, that was a good thing indeed’. The University publicity department said that although it recognized the right of faculty members to express their views, the comments were utterly reprehensible, deeply disturbing, and do not in any way reflect the values of the University.”

Actually, in many cases, those views do indeed reflect the University’s core staff and professors’ personal values. In fact, in our local area we too have a well-known university and the political rhetoric coming from our institution here is similar in radical hate-speech rhetoric. Some 158 faculty and staff members here signed an open letter stating that Donald Trump is a bigot, racist, misogynist, and that the President is anti-science, and anti-intellectual and further stating that the undersigned would “fight” against the President and his policies on behalf of their students.

The same day as the article above the Washington Post too had a story; “A professor called Trump’s election an ‘act of terrorism.’ Then she became the victim of terror,” by Peter Holley. That story originated at The Orange Coast College Republicans in Costa Mesa, California. The professor stated this in a lecture in the classroom, also stating that the Vice President was one of most anti-gay people in America. She also stated in the video that what we need now is a revolution since Trump didn’t win the majority and that ‘we’ outnumber them, them being the voters who elected Trump.

This is a completely scary situation – the angry left in academia claim to be intellectuals – but their actions around our country are more akin to inciting terrorist acts. If anything these authority figures are not with us, nor do they care about freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to own arms, the right to free contract, rather they want to rule the world by decree inciting violence to serve their political will.

Source by Lance Winslow

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