By John Ruberry Every year Freedom House ranks nations on their levels of freedom and countries are classified into three categories. "Free, Partially Free, and Not Free." The first category includes the United States, most of Europe, and Israel, among others. Not Free includes the usual suspects, Venezuela, Russia, Saudi Arabia, China, and North Korea. … Continue reading Illinois is only a Partially Free state
Shortly after President Trump's election I wrote this: There was plenty of talk about a “rigged” system before the election and one of the biggest signs of it was certain big city Democrat counties holding back reporting in key states. The basic idea which has been part of the equation as long as machine politics … Continue reading I Repeat, the Time to be Ready for the Election 2020 Vote Fraud Algorithm is NOW!
During one of my more heated exchanges with the liberal NIRFTA folks at CPAC I was asked if I believed that three million voted illegally last time around and tried to refer them to this piece on the subject. But at Granite Grok they noticed another source of shall we say interesting votes Eleven out-of-state … Continue reading Meet the NH Voters from MA, and NY, and conn, and Maine…
One of the things about training and experience as an engineer and a love of history is you get a delightful combination of mathematical, logic and access to the thoughts of some of the greatest people who ever lived in history. And while these great minds over the course of thousands of years might not … Continue reading Illegal Immigration, Illegal Voting, Infinitesimal protests and Math
By John Ruberry Hillary Clinton was in Texas for a couple of days last week. If she is the Democratic for president in 2016, she will not win the Lone Star State. Nor will Martin O'Malley, Lincoln, Chafee, or Bernie Sanders. Why was she there? To raise money in America's second-most populous state. But to … Continue reading Hillary hypocrisy on voting laws
By John Ruberry In his 35-year public career, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has carefully developed a persona as one of the few honest politicians in a state that has seen four of its last eight elected governors serve time in federal prison. When he faced the voters four years ago, Quinn, who twice was the … Continue reading ILL-inois: Gov. Quinn’s “Mr. Clean” reputation is gone
While everyone is talking Syria an interesting video concerning the recall elections of the gun grabbers in Colorado: Warner Todd Huston describes the scene: In the video you see Democrats being accused of stuffing the ballot boxes with perhaps hundreds of illicit ballots dropped off when the election itself is supposed to be a walk-in … Continue reading Colorado Recall Election, Nothing to see here…
What if they should find a leader? What shall we do then. General Burgoyne The Devil's Disciple 1959 Ulrich's discovery of guts is cause for organization wide concern Daredevil Comics Born Again 1986 As we get closer and closer to election day (or should I say the day when the votes are counted since early … Continue reading Demoralized as Hell: “I’ve been to the federal penitentiary, and I’m not going back for you” edition
I can not see how in the name of sanity I am included in this poll. If I win it can only be due to the power of the fedora (or vote fraud) because based on the photos my wife's vote is for Stacy McCain. Update: I don't know what is scarier, the fact that … Continue reading Hunky Hombere of the Conservative Blogosphere? Say WHAT?
When I left the house to run an errand and have a bite with the wife the word had just come out that Prosser was up by 40 votes: Incumbent Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser took a 40-vote lead over challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg, according to new totals released Thursday afternoon. Kloppenburg had been leading … Continue reading Prosser up big and the left is boiling mad
Well it's been 48 hours since that last post I'm sure it's was just a blip on the scene of the national election: Thirty-four more people will be charged with voter fraud in Hennepin County in the 2008 election, County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Tuesday, bringing the total cases of alleged abuse to 47 for … Continue reading And Democratic tactics continue to be “interesting”