Engineering Evil


Originally posted on Engineering Evil: Public Release: 30-Jan-2017 Study highlights important connection between going to school and the expectation of finding work in America Northwestern University A rigorous Northwestern University study of a quarter-century of data has found that economic insecurity is related to the rate of gun violence at K-12 and postsecondary schools in…

via Shootings in US schools are linked to increased unemployment — Brittius

ARLIN REPORT THOUGHT OF THE DAY: THINK ABOUT IT………


Why are the protester numbers higher outside the U.S. than inside?   The crowds are bigger in Europe than at the U.S.  airports on the travel ban.   Why?   Because the European communities don’t want the refugees/immigrants ……they want to push them to the good old U.S. of A.   So, all this howling at and over PRESIDENT TRUMP!   Wow……a President of the United States that actually puts his own citizens, country ahead of the rest of the world?  Its unthinkable……France and Britain will tell you that is UN-AMERICAN.  The country ban should have been bigger!

Those that don’t know the definition of illegal obviously don’t know the definition of temporary.

TERRORISTS STATE OF IRAN, MAKES THREAT


Originally posted on Peace and Freedom: AFP © AFP | Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran’s missiles do not breach UN resolutions because they are for defence purposes TEHRAN (AFP) – Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday warned the United States against “creating new tensions” with Tehran over ballistic missile tests.”We hope that Iran’s…

via Iran warns US not to ‘create new tensions’ over missiles — Brittius

Regulatory Costs


Source: Report: Trump Halted $181 Billion in Regulatory Costs on First Day in Office

via Report: Trump Halted $181 Billion in Regulatory Costs on First Day in Office — Brittius

Regulatory costs are an essential aspect of the efficiency and quality of regulations. Moreover, they are a genuine loss of welfare which have a negative impact on national income.

The War Against America’s Safety: Soros Pays His “New Bolsheviks” to Stage Phony Airport Demonstrations


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The year is 1903, The Russian Social Democratic Party is meeting in London. All the intellectuals in their party have been arguing since the end of the 1800’s as to the direction the party should take. One year earlier, in 1902, a man named Lenin, living in exile, wrote a paper entitled, “What Is To Be Done”.

The work was smuggled into Russia and spelled out his views regarding what the Social Democrats should be doing as a party. Lenin attacked party members who “were content to wait while history took its predetermined course.” Rather than wait, Lenin wanted to kick-start the issue he believed in to get things done rather than wait on intellectuals sitting around refuting each other’s ideas. The meeting resulted in a Party split creating the Mentsheviks and the Bolsheviks. The two factions reunited under Lenin in April 1905. Lenin went on to organize the November…

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Trump’s Promise To “Build The Wall”


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On Wednesday of this week, President Donald Trump went to Homeland Security with a message. We ARE going to build a wall on the southern border. That would keep a long echoed campaign promise to do that, and of course, to make Mexico pay for it. Now, obviously, the Mexicans aren’t happy about that. Illegals aren’t happy about it either, because it means, once the wall has started and the southern border is secured, Trump can start coming after the illegals, deporting those with criminal records.

Actually, no one I’ve talked to on either side of the aisle can give me a reason we shouldn’t build a wall. And no one I’ve talked to can actually give me a reason why we shouldn’t deport at least those illegals with criminal records. This is one of the glaring mistakes the Obama administration made in the name of politics and more votes…

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