Friday, January 19, 2018

ICBMs Cancer & False Positive/Negative

I have waited some days to comment on the (Many of which were asinine) statements made by politicians, "journalists" and others as to the false, "Incoming ICBM", warning in Hawaii.

For cancer a "False Positive" can only lead, as time and further testing provides, for proofs that there is not cancer. A "False Negative" may yield the progression of that disease until it is far too late to save the patient's life.

As to ICBMs, a "False Positive" only produces some confusion, corrections in the alerting system(s) and, as recently inflicted on the People, misleading, inaccurate and biased (eg Against President Trump who was not involved in this matter) and other displays of pathology.

An ICBM "False Negative" would result in the murder of millions of our fellow Americans---And, a dangerous delay in converting the attacking nation into a field of shallow, class-lined and slightly radioactive craters.

It does seem best to be biased in favor of the "risk" (sic) of "False Positive

Democrats & Treason

The "movers and shakers" of the Democratic (sic) Party are stopping the renewal of our armed forces (ie By, at the very least, insuring that its equipment is combat ready and our "Troops" are in the same state by sufficient training) by blocking a proper and needed (ie Two year) funding of the DOD. 

Their immediate motive for doing so is to protect those persons who were illegally inflicted on the USA AND, upon reaching adulthood, illegally remained in our Republic. [It has been, with some evidence, claimed that the underlying motive of that Party is to import those who will support their Party and will, legally or illegally, vote for their candidates as did the immigrant supporters of the also corrupt "Tammany Hall".]

That blocking of a fully prepared Armed Forces is "Aiding and abetting the enemies of the United States". (And that at a time of "clear and present" and increasing military threats to American citizens and legal immigrants).


Bitcoin & Tulips

I have been, at a very low level, attending to the "Bit Coin" phenomena

As a (Self-declared) "Avocational Historian" I, most strongly, suggest that anyone considering involvement in that movement (Or, wondering if s/he should leave it) consider the "Tulip Mania" (About which information can be found on any, general-knowledge) search engine.

The thinking investor or other person might also look up "The South Sea Bubble" and "Ponzi Scheme" for other, possible, parallels.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Only Some "African" Immigrant Needed In USA

In recent times some, in my nation, had proposed that the USA "needs more immigrants from Africa".

That is agreeable to me---If, and only if, the ability of individual immigrants to positively contribute to the "Common Good" of the USA is ignored and group selection is favored, we should look for populations who have a culture or tradition as has already produced educated, knowing our English language and with a cultural commitment to obeying such laws as are democratically enacted.

Two such groups can be found in South Africa. They are the Afrikaners and those known in that land as "The English". 

Therefore, the "Africans" we should encourage (And recruit), as members of  identifiable groups, to immigrate into our Republic should be from the two, best qualified, African groups noted above.


PS---I can, again, expect that some will call me a "Racist". However, I am a "Culturist" (sic) who knows those committed to the best of what remains of Western Civilization have-made and will-make a better USA.

HISTORIC NOTE/QUESTION: Some have claimed that the original inhabitants of that land were not "Black", but of another indigenous race, and that Blacks were driven South to SA by other and more aggressive Blacks not too long before the Afrikaners went inland.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Trump & Some Nations/Peoples

Yes, President Donald Trump (May have) used very gross language to describe certain other nations and their citizens. I would not use such terms in any public setting.

However, I am still searching for some short expression to describe those nations with a majority of  people who:
1. Are too under-educated to contribute to any technology-based economy;
2. Traditionally resist learning English;
3. Traditionally resist accepting and complying with our laws;
4. Are pre-conditioned to accept and expect the bribery of officials as the normal way-of-life;
5. Are disease ridden at levels very far above the USA and that, too often, to such as varieties of TB as can , no longer, be cured; And,
6. Worst of all  Muslims who:Reject the concept and practice of "equal justice under law" if it applies to "unbelievers"; And, too often, exactly obey the unalterable and horrid commands of their criminal-terrorist ideology as provided below.

If, and only is, you can create a short expression to better, than President Trump, describe the above persons, please let me know.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Questions About DACA Immigrants

The "Media" and other unreliable sources are full of claims about the "Dreamers" now protected by the DACA "Executive Order" (ie NOT by a law passed by our democratically elected Member of The Congress).

All might well ask the below questions of those pimping for those illegal immigrants.

1. How many of those DACA protected persons are active duty members of our Armed Forces? (One source states less than 900.)
2. What number and part of those "illegals" have been excluded or removed from DACA protections due to criminal conduct?
3. How many of those now or once protected under DACA are or have been in the USA's jails and prisons?
4. What are the high school and college/university graduate rates for those persons?
5. What is the taxable income of those persons as compared with: The average or median of citizens and legal-immigrants; And, the like for our Black citizens (Especially those under 30-years of age)?

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Obama's Monument,Green Issues & Treason

The expanded plans for Chicago's "Obama Library" include the destruction of large parts of a park near the University Of Chicago.

Some might, reasonably, object to:
1. The increase in CO2 and other such materials to the atmosphere by the construction-of and visitors-to that architectural monstrosity;
2. The elimination of many plants as turn CO2 into healthy Oxygen; And,
3. The elimination of such parkland as reduces the "stress footprint" of those existing in the killing zone known as Chicago.

Since I no longer take myself, family, friends and my money to very dangerous Chicago, perhaps I should not comment on the above-cited insult to humanity: But, I am driven to express "politically incorrect" thoughts (Ravings?).

In considering like monuments, all should consider the unnamed statue of a boot at the US Military
Academy (West Point) as represents the leg lost by Benedict Arnold  (ie In military service as avoided by most journalists, academics and politicians) when he was still fighting for the independence of an unformed, but declared, independent United States of America.

Saturday, January 06, 2018

"Mental" Diagnoses Of President Trump

For some time there have been those who have "diagnosed" President Donald Trump as being "mentally ill" or "mentally deficient".

The average citizen has the constitutional right to do so. (You might review what was said and written about President Lincoln as even more gross insults.)

However, any person who is a licensed Social Worker/Psychologist/Psychiatrist, and self-identifies as such when proclaiming such "diagnoses", without personally examining our constitutionally elected President (Perhaps, also, using the valid-and-reliable Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) is guilty of:
1. Such professional misconduct as should (Must?) preclude them from professional employment by any clinic or joint practice or university; And,
2. Perhaps, a (Criminal?) violation of the laws of the jurisdiction(s) which licensed them..


Because such anti-professionals are abusing the "authority" of their licensure to lend weight to political, non-professional, statements.

When such persons do so, a formal complaint should (Must?) be made-and-filed with the governing, licensing, agency and, perhaps, their employers if not totally self-employed.

Of course, any American can (With cause) accuse Hilary Clinton of several felonies and (Also with cause) accuse Barack Hussein Obama with TREASON.

Friday, January 05, 2018

The Law Of "Free Speech"

Although the below statements were directed towards public universities/colleges, they appear to apply to all government organizations.

The quote provided below is from Professor Eugene Volokh's editorial as published on May 11, 2017 by The Washington Post.

"The Supreme Court has made “crystal clear” that the government may not discriminate based on viewpoint, even in limited public fora such as university open spaces (or for that matter even university programs for funding student speech). Lower courts have consistently struck down campus speech codes aimed at supposedly bigoted speech. See, e.g., Dambrot v. Central Michigan Univ., 55 F.3d 1177, 1184-85 (6th Cir. 1995); DeJohn v. Temple Univ., 537 F.3d 301, 316-17, 320 (3d Cir. 2008); McCauley v. Univ. of V.I., 618 F.3d 232, 237-38, 250 (3d Cir. 2010); Iota Xi Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity v. George Mason Univ., 993 F.3d 386, 388-89, 391, 393 (4th Cir. 1993); College Republicans v. Reed, 523 F. Supp. 2d 1005, 1010-11, 1021 (N.D. Cal. 2007); Roberts v. Haragan, 346 F. Supp. 2d 853, 870-72 (N.D. Tex. 2004); Bair v. Shippensburg Univ., 280 F. Supp. 2d 357, 373 (M.D. Pa. 2003); Booher v. Bd. of Regents of N. Ky. Univ., 1998 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11404, *28-*31 (E.D. Ky. 1998); UWM Post, Inc. v. Regents, 774 F. Supp. 1163, 1165-66, 1173, 1177 (E.D. Wis. 1991); Doe v. Univ. of Mich., 721 F. Supp. 852, 856, 864-66 (E.D. Mich. 1989). And in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez (2010), the Court gave students’ freedom to “express any viewpoint they wish — including a discriminatory one” as an example of “this Court’s tradition of protect[ing] the freedom to express the thought that we hate” (quotation marks omitted). There is no First Amendment exception for hate speech” or “racist signs, symbols and speech.”. (Bold face emphasis added.)
Also, please note  Matal VS. Tam <> ;Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, 393 U.S. 503 (1969) ; Rosenberger v. Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia515 U.S. 819 (1995):  <>; And, as to “prior restraint”, Near v. Minnesota, 283 U.S. 697 (1931)