Theresa May, the UK’s own swamp critter has betrayed the citizens of the UK who voted for Brexit.
Published on Jul 9, 2018 by Paul Joseph Watson
Brexit has been betrayed, Theresa must go.
Due to my laptop going kaplooey, I am late wishing everyone a Happy Independence Day but my wishes are true. God bless you all, your family, friends and loved ones.
God bless the men and women who serve(d) to preserve our independence.
God bless those who laid down their lives for this country and those they left behind.
None of you are forgotten this July 4th.
God bless the United States of America.
Courtesy of our friend, and fellow patriot, Bunkerville:
This Is My Country – Mormon Tabernacle Choir gives us some music to send us on our way in having a wonderful holiday with family and friends.
We are so blessed to live in this wonderful Republic. We will never forget the sacrifices so many have made so that we may enjoy this day. Wishing all the very best for today!
The Communist idea of utopia is urine, feces, crime, drugged out homeless people sleepy in shanties, correction it’s 2018 – tents and ping pong tables:
This, I believe is, precisely why Progressives want to legalize marijuana and not just any marijuana but that which is regulated and controlled by the Communist ruling class who power is incumbent upon the populace being stoned, dumbed down and oblivious to their surroundings?
What makes me go there? Oh nothing except the fact that ping pong tables wouldn’t last a New York minute at a homeless camp in New York City. (Thinking out loud.)
Ping pong tables in the middle of a homeless camp is an insult to the homeless and a weapon to bash heads in.
The homeless situation just by the courthouse/Seattle Times photo
You cannot make this stuff up.
About this council member, Sally Bagshaw:
It’s not safe to visit as a juror. It’s not safe to work in the buildings nearby. You can’t even walk around the neighborhood without olfactory offenses, human waste everywhere.
The solution? Ping-Pong!
Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw says…
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By Publius Huldah
The supremacy clause at Article VI, clause 2, US Constitution, says:
“This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.”
Two bills produced by the Convention of States Project (COSP), SJR 31 & HJR 49,whichpurport to provide for the selection and control of “commissioners” to an “interstate convention” for “proposing amendments” to our federal Constitution, were filed in the Virginia General Assembly this past session. The General Assembly postponed consideration of the bills until 2019.
The bills assert that such an “interstate convention” is authorized by Article I, §10…
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Happy Flag Day, America.
Everyone knows the concert band version of “Stars and Stripes Forever” by John Philip Sousa. Heard less often — probably because it’s so diabolically difficult to play — is the piano transcription by Vladimir Horowitz, which requires one person with ten fingers to cover all of the parts normally played by dozens of musicians on brass, woodwinds, and percussion.
(While picking through various performances of the Horowitz arrangement on YouTube, I found that he was not the only musician audacious enough to turn “Stars and Stripes Forever” into a piano piece. I found, among other things, a version for three pianists playing one piano, one for four pianists playing two pianos, and another for eight pianists playing four pianos — all of them delightful.)