Category Archives: 2015 January update one

Poll: 60% of Republicans want Boehner out

Boehner has lost the confidence of his own party voters, according to the telephone survey conducted Dec. 26-30 by pollster Pat Caddell on behalf of People’s Poll.

The national poll reveals that only 25 percent of GOP voters would vote to keep Boehner.

The official speaker’s election is scheduled for Jan. 6.


It was in a commentary in the Washington Times, Phillips explained why he thinks Boehner should be replaced.

“A month after its incredible victory, the GOP squandered its mandate, surrendering to the Democrats,” he wrote. “The GOP-led House of Representatives did not proclaim its mandate and hold off on major decisions until the Republican majority in the Senate was sworn in. No, they went to the GOP position of preemptive surrender and gave President Obama and the Democrats almost everything they wanted.

“Despite the pleas and demands from the base, the GOP did nothing to stop Mr. Obama’s executive amnesty. They even rewarded left-wing billionaires who had spent millions to keep the Democrats in power by extending so-called ‘Green Energy’ subsidies,” he wrote. “The architect of the Republican surrender was House Speaker John Boehner.”

Despite Boehner’s earlier reliance on the tea party, as soon as he was in office, he ignored the movement, Phillips wrote.

FK – They’re all boneheads. Call them anyway. Then get ready for what will be required.

More conservative Republicans say they won’t back Boehner for speaker

The nine members who have declared their opposition to Boehner are Yoho and Gohmert, and Reps. Jim Bridenstine, R-Okla.; Paul Gosar, R-Ariz.; Steve King, R-Iowa; Dave Brat, R-Va.; Marlin Stutzman, R-Ind.; Water Jones, R-N.C.; and Thomas Massie, R-Ky.

“We have heard from a lot of Republicans that said, ‘I would vote for somebody besides Speaker Boehner, but nobody will put their name out there,'” Gohmert told “Fox & Friends” on Sunday morning, in announcing his own bid. “That changed [Saturday] with Ted Yoho.” Gohmert also hinted that at least one other member would launch a challenge from within the GOP.

Bizarre sex story involving Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz and Bill Clinton may be true

On the surface, this sex scandal involving Prince Andrew, second in the line of succession to the British crown, famed constitutional lawyer Alan Derschowitz, and former President Bill Clinton, would appear too bizarre to be true.

But in a civil suit filed this past week in Florida, alleging that billionaire Jeffrey Epstein received special treatment from the government in a child sexual abuse case in 2008 in which Epstein served only 13 months in jail while avoiding far more serious charges, all three celebrities were named as persons having sex with underage girls at Epstein’s estate on his Carribean island.

FK – Nothing’s too ‘bizarre’ if one understands the most important thing to understand about our situation and that is ‘they’ consider us to be livestock.

Will Hagee Have A Rapture?

FK – How sad and disgusting that billions feel a need to waste their time in this world slicing and dicing 3000-year-old tribal propaganda. What kind of a world would we have if they would all stop waiting for it to end and stand up for themselves and demand their governments and employers stop treating them like jackasses?

If there is a big beam up so few will be gone they’ll just add them to the missing persons list and our existences will go on as if nothing happened. The churches are full of cowards and fakers who wouldn’t be able to admit what happened. The preachers are whores to those that hire them who are in turn whores to their governments and employers.

Be a good slave. You’ll have paradise in the next life.

The Specter That Haunts America

Another private organization that has been viciously smeared by The Specter is one that lives by the motto that “the legitimate function of government” is to secure our inalienable rights to life, liberty, and property because “the nature of government is to usurp the liberty of the people.”  They, too, must be marginalized and destroyed says The Specter.  Any totalitarian would wholeheartedly agree.

The Specter once convinced the Department of Homeland Security to publicly announce that anyone with a “Ron Paul for President” bumper sticker “posed a terrorist threat.”  To The Specter, Ron Paul’s well-known views on economics, civil liberties, and foreign policy are bound to incite acts of domestic terrorism.  Of course, to the hardcore Marxists employed by The Specter, tax cuts or opposition to socialized medicine (or any other government program) would constitute “domestic terrorism.”

The Specter also spews hatred and slander at police and military officers who have reiterated their pledge to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution.  Indeed, anyone who says such a thing is instantly placed somewhere on The Specter’s Hate-O-Meter.

FK – He forgot to mention that they’re our greatest enemies, they have white skin, were probably born here and aren’t hiding in a cave on the other side of the world.

Get ready to do what will be required.

Fight Breaks Out Over Your Absolutely-No-Privacy-Ever Car

But Google’s next-generation operating system, Android M, will run on the car’s processors and go far beyond the dashboard systems, Reuters reported. It would be connected to the Internet at all times. It wouldn’t require a smartphone. It would be sold as part of the car and run the entertainment and navigation features. It would give Google unrestricted access to the car’s cameras, GPS location, sensors, fuel gage, speedometer…. Are you speeding again in that 25-mph zone?

It would know where you go, where you stop, where you buy gas, where you pick up people, and who you pick up (their smartphones are all traveling together). It would include vehicle-to-vehicle communication whether you want it or not. It would give Google real-time access to just about every bit of data a car and its numerous sensors generate – the mother lode in the information age.

The opportunities to serve ads and direct drivers to those advertisers would be endless. Google, and not the automakers, would monetize the automobile. It would thrust itself between the driver and the car.


So the fight is on between Google and automakers over who owns and controls your personal data so that it can be combined with other data, analyzed to the nth degree, stored forever, distributed or sold so that it can be used to direct you, manipulate you, or hound you. It will be monetized in endless ways. It will be shared, voluntarily or involuntarily, with governments that have their own designs. It – and everything in your car – will be targeted by hackers.

For these politicians and automakers in Germany – or anywhere else – this all-encompassing, seamless, borderless data collection effort that exceeds anything the NSA has ever come across in its wildest dreams is an immense opportunity. Clearly, ownership and control of this data is worth fighting over. But we already know who does not own or control your data: you! It’s not even up for discussion.

FK – It’ll even drive you to the police station if it’s told to…


Communists Pushing For Violent Revolt

FK – This is a multi-front war. Always has been. It’s amazed me for years how so many don’t get that. We need to be prepared for what will be required. But too many have been pacified by their enemies through the use of key terms and phrases.

American Parents Are Calling the Cops to Supervise Them Spanking Their Children

Nanny Police State? Parents Are Calling the Cops to Supervise them Spanking their Children

FK – If spanking encourages more ‘aggression’ later in life maybe we need more of it since this is now a nation of pacified dumbed-down enslaved morons who have no idea they’re slaves and no conception that it’s their right, duty and responsibility to rectify this situation by whatever means necessary.

Experts Forecast the End of Privacy as We Know It

The main driver behind people leading more transparent lives will continue to be the same in the coming years, observed Robert Neivert, COO of

“People have begun to accept the concept that they can exchange personal information for services,” he told TechNewsWorld. “In the last six or seven years, we’ve begun to accept that giving up your personal information is a form of currency.”

Today’s privacy debate will bemuse the denizens of 2025, contended Hal Varian, Google’s chief economist.

“By 2025, the current debate about privacy will seem quaint and old-fashioned,” he wrote in his survey comments.

FK – Are you a product, or a ‘human resource?’ If you’re OK with that you deserve whatever they do to you.