First thing Monday morning...obama (no respect intended) will practice what he was preaching...He will be first in line to sign up for welfare and food stamps because he was evicted and will file a lawsuit...
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
The Declaration of Independence
July 4, 1776
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Outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday he was optimistic about the future, telling State Department employees that the women’s, peace and environmental movements half a century ago had achieved change because people “went out and fought for it.”
“And I am absolutely confident now that people are prepared to fight for the future in the same way, with the same energy, with the same vision and the same commitment,” he said.
Kerry told employees gathered at the department that his generation “came along in the 1960s and we decided to rock the boat, and we did.”
Recalling the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment, the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency, and the ending of the Vietnam War, Kerry said all of that happened “because people like you and others held on to the hope, believed in the possibilities of change, and went out and fought for it.”
obama will be on his knees looking for older white men like he used too...
The Next News Network:
For the first time in decades, it feels like morning in America again. I was quite young when Ronald Reagan was president, and I only have vague memories from those days. But I do remember the extraordinary optimism that his leadership inspired, and my hope is that Donald Trump’s leadership will be just as inspirational. For such a very long time, it has seemed as though a giant dark cloud has been hanging over America, but now a new day is starting. If Donald Trump can be president of the United States, it seems like just about anything can be possible. And even though our nation is facing incredibly serious challenges, could it be possible that we can find a way to turn things around if we all work together?
Immediately following President Donald Trump’s inaugural address, MSNBC and ABC pundits and hosts slammed the newly-sworn in President’s speech for its “militant” and “dark” anti-Semitic overtones.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow emotionally proclaimed Trump’s “America’s First” slogan has “very dark echoes in American history.”
“There was an America First Committee that formed in this country, hundreds of thousands of people in this country, some of the richest businessmen in the country who were part of it, they were formed to keep us out of World War II. They were infiltrated by the Nazis, many of them are anti-Semitic, part of why they weren’t alarmed by Hitler’s rise in Germany,” Maddow said.
The new story from Mac Slavo over at SHTFPlan reports upon what recently happened when a minor winter storm struck the south and southeast weeks ago. Reporting that panic buying was triggered by winter’s coming onslaught, leaving a result of empty shelves and madness all over a little winter storm, Slavo correctly asks, if this is how people react to an extreme cold spell, what happens when something REALLY BAD happens?
With shortages and ill-prepared people scrambling for the last resources available, Slavo reports the angry race to the checkout line probably elicited road rage, fights and arguments: “the storm that is brought out in people poses perhaps an even larger threat than the natural disaster, etc. itself.”
And while the photographs seen below from this story from Waking Times showing us a near-empty Wal-Mart store in Charlotte, North Carolina soon before the minor winter storm hit prove to us Americans can still clear out the supermarket shelves on a moment’s notice, they also prove how woefully unprepared most Americans still are, unable to simply make it through just a couple of days without having to go to the store.
It cannot be merely coincidental that the incomes and wealth of the top 5% have pulled away from the stagnating 95% in the 25 years dominated by neocon-neoliberalism.
One unexamined narrative I keep hearing is: “OK, so neocon-neoliberalism was less than ideal, but Trump could be much worse.” Let’s start by asking: would Syrian civilians agree with this assessment? The basic idea in the “OK, so neocon-neoliberalism was less than ideal, but Trump could be much worse” narrative is that the modest problems created by neocon-neoliberalism will pale next to what Trump will do, implying jackbooted Waffen SS troops will soon be marching through America on Trump’s orders.