WHOOPS, CNN “Fat Shamed” Ms. Universe in 1997 Article, Suggesting she “EXPANDED like the UNIVERSE!”



Hypocrisy anyone?

Back in the good ol 90’s, our dishonest liberal pals at CNN FAT SHAMMED Miss Universe, by suggesting she was “expanding like the universe.”

Gee CNN, I think what you said could be classified as “aggressive and really rude” by your own progressive standards.

Will you be apologizing?

Man zapped as he tries to steal booby-trapped Trump sign

A fed-up Donald Trump supporter took matters into his own hands after his Trump signs kept being stolen or vandalized.

A home surveillance camera captured a neighborhood sign thief attempting to snatch the sign from the front lawn.

But to the thief’s surprise, the homeowner had booby-trapped the sign and instead, he got an electric shock that sent him scurrying away.

The video has gone viral on Reddit, with one commenter calling it a “high-energy sign!”

Rod Arbogast

HAHAHA Fuck this neighbor!
Gato Brujo

loving, tolerant and comprehensvie liberals on an average day

Liberalism is a mental disorder.
Aberkae Godrilla

liberal syndrome supporting an agenda even if it can causes self-harm and or death to the end!
L Garou

A disgruntled stay at home dad?

ive been spotting a lot of missing trump signs lately, and one vandalized one in my area. liberals sure do like to preach about tolerance more than they like to practice it.

BREAKING : Obama’s Attempt to Surrender U.S. Internet Control to Globalists Hits a Speed Bump as Four States File Suit


Top law enforcement officials in four states filed suit Wednesday to delay the Obama administration’s proposed giveaway of a critical Internet agency to an international authority, saying the grantee would have the power to “effectively enable or prohibit speech on the Internet.”

The complaint, filed by Republican attorneys general in Arizona, Oklahoma, Nevada and Texas, argues the transfer violates several components of the administration’s statutory authority.

The administration’s plan to sign ownership of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority over to international Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers on Friday would consign the critical function of governance to an international community, the complaint contends, rendering the Web vulnerable to censorship by foreign powers, despite what the rules say.

“ICANN has a documented history of ignoring or operating outside of its governing bylaws,” AGs argued in the complaint. “In addition, even under NTIA’s [National Telecommunications and Information Administration] oversight, ICANN’s current practices often foster a lack of transparency that, in turn, allows illegal activity to occur.

The complaint names as defendants the NTIA and top agency official Lawrence Strickling, as well as its parent agency, the Department of Commerce, and Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker.

Plaintiffs additionally contend NTIA violated administrative law and statutory authority by failing to conduct the process in a more transparent manner, or obtaining authorization from Congress.

“Because the federal government defendants’ planned actions of ceding control of the Internet would tortiously interfere with the plaintiffs’ contractual relations, they are unlawful and should be set aside,” the AGs said.

The administration has sought for several years to complete the transfer. Congressional critics, most notably Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, have attempted to block the transfer.

The effort manifested most recently in an attempt to block funding for the transfer in a continuing resolution, which Congress needed to pass in order to fund the federal government. However, the measure passed both chambers on Wednesday without an injunction against the transfer.


BREAKING : Obama’s Attempt to Surrender U.S. Internet Control to Globalists Hits a Speed Bump as Four States File Suit

Breaking: Washington Times reporter confirms what we all suspected about the debate


Even at these debates the system is rigged. Washington Times Columnist tweeted on Tuesday L.Todd Wood that several sources confirmed that Hillary Clinton did indeed received questions ahead of the debate. This gave her enough time to prepare canned answers and rebuttal:




BY Rob Lever

Washington (AFP) – The US government is set to cut the final thread of its oversight of the internet, yielding a largely symbolic but nevertheless significant role over the online address system.

Barring any last-minute glitches, the transition will occur at midnight Friday (0400 GMT Saturday), when the US contract expires for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which manages the internet’s so-called “root zone.”

When the agreement with the US Commerce Department runs out, ICANN will become a self-regulating non-profit international entity managing the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, the system for online “domains” such as .com.

US and ICANN officials say the change is part of a longstanding plan to “privatize” those functions, but some critics complain about a “giveaway” that could threaten the internet’s integrity.

Christopher Mondini, ICANN’s vice president for global business engagement, said the change will have no impact on day-to-day internet use, and will assure the global community that the system is free from government regulation and interference.

“This is a new kind of governance model,” he told AFP.

The system will be managed through a “multistakeholder” model in which engineers, businesses, non-government groups and government bodies serve as checks against any single entity.

If any of the groups that make up ICANN see the organization veering away from its mission, Mondini said, “they can initiate measures to self-correct.”

– ‘Byzantine’ structure –

Some US lawmakers who see risks with the model have sought to stop the transition, arguing it would allow authoritarian regimes to have greater control over the internet.

Republican Senator Ted Cruz has been seeking to block what he calls a “radical” plan to give away control of the internet.

ICANN “is not a democratic body,” Cruz told a hearing earlier this month.

“It is a corporation with a Byzantine governing structure designed to blur lines of accountability that is run by global bureaucrats who are supposedly accountable to the technocrats, to multinational corporations, to governments, including some of the most oppressive regimes in the world like China, Iran, and Russia.”

Heritage Foundation president Jim DeMint echoed that sentiment, saying in a tweet that President Barack Obama “wants to cede US control of our free, secure internet to foreign regimes who don’t value freedom of speech.”

– ‘Strengthening’ internet –

Supporters of the plan counter that critics’ harsh rhetoric fails to recognize how the internet has functioned and thrived over the years.

“This transition has been built upon a bipartisan consensus for almost 20 years through multiple administrations,” said Kathryn Brown, president of the Internet Society, which was created by some of the internet’s founders.

“The transition will further strengthen the internet as a stable, resilient and secure tool for empowering billions of people across the globe for decades to come.”

Google senior vice president Kent Walker also endorsed the shift, saying it would “fulfill a promise the United States made almost two decades ago: that the internet could and should be governed by everyone with a stake in its continued growth.”

Six Democratic US lawmakers meanwhile warned of the dangers if Washington fails to follow through on its pledge to disengage.

“The internet belongs to the world, not to Ted Cruz,” Senators Brian Schatz and Chris Coons, and Representatives Anna Eshoo, Doris Matsui, Frank Pallone and Mike Doyle said in an article for the TechCrunch news site.

“If the Republicans successfully delay the transition, America’s enemies are sure to pounce. Russia and its allies could push to shift control of the internet’s core functions to a government body like the UN where they have more influence.”

Any delay could fuel interest in a rival numbering system that could fragment the internet into possibly unconnected networks, they added.

Cruz and his allies have unsuccessfully sought to attach an amendment to a government funding bill aimed at halting the transition.

The transition should go forward even if it is “imperfect,” said Daniel Castro, vice president at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

“US government interference at this point would undermine global consensus and reduce confidence in the multistakeholder model at a time when these attributes are needed most,” he said in a blog post.

The transition “marks a key ‘constitutional moment’ for internet governance,” he added, “and the United States should ensure it is on the right side of history.”


Published on Sep 29, 2016

Why should it be acceptable that the last acceptable form of racism is racism against white people?

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Arnoud Kamphuis

buzzfeed is the most racist program
James Porter

So when black people kill white people for being white, that’s not racism? Fuck Buzzfeed.

Please everyone, the next time you hear “reverse racism is not a thing,” simply reply “you’re right…it’s just plain old racism.” 
Knights Templar

BLM is racist. All Lives Matter.
King Trump

The word racist is so devalued now.
Dave Fames

Whites make up between 8-10% of the Worlds population and for some reason there’s an agenda going on for everyone to hate on them. Whites in general are too passive to react to the pure hatred people are brainwashed to feel for them. Whites are racially profiled as Racists, they’re caricatured in the media as spineless morons in drainpipe jeans with stupid beards or inbred hicks or Neo-Nazi Fascist White devils who wear over sized White hoodies when it’s further from the truth…they are in general people who just want to get on with their lives.