by Dr. Edwin Berry
Thomas Sowell publishes his weekly articles every Tuesday. Leading up to today, Sowell has not exactly been a fan of Donald Trump. He’s still not a fan of Donald Trump, but that’s not the point.
The point is that sooner or later, every wise person wakes up to the fact that our next president will be EITHER Donald Trump OR Hillary Clinton. No angel is going to drop in and take over as president. No third-party candidate is going to magically come from behind to win.
I don’t care if you don’t like Donald Trump as much as I like him. I care only that you know how to decide how to vote.
by Dr. Ed Berry
America’s presidential election will decide much more than who becomes America’s president. It will determine “climate truth,” America’s future, and the world’s future.
To watch America’s future unfold on election night, click here to get your own online map that you can update as election results come in. Here’s my version after I filled in the generally assumed state results: [Read more…]
I dare you to watch this and not vote for Donald Trump! – Ed
Do you hear the people sing?
Singing the songs of angry men?
It is the music of the people
Who will not be slaves again!
When the beating of your heart
Echoes the beating of the drums
There is a life about to start
When tomorrow comes!
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by Ann Coulter, Interview with Stefan Molyneux
This election will determine the survival of Western civilization. It is because of cultures, and demographics. Those are people who bring their particular cultures with them.
It has taken centuries to create the freest, most prosperous, fairest societies in the world. There have been lots of studies about this — especially Samuel Huntington, some professors at Harvard, UCLA.
You never hear about this, so the left can go on persuading Americans, Canadians, British, and so on, that the American culture is the worst culture in the world. The left says as soon as we replace ourselves, the better off we are. We are somehow oppressing these throngs of the third world that are now being brought in to replace us.
But the truth is exactly the opposite: We do have the most successful culture in the history of the world. It is the fairest to the weak, the vulnerable, women, children, plants, animals, on honesty versus corruption.
I like the Russian people. A Russian scientific article was one basis of my PhD thesis. Russian scientist authors Voloschuk and Sedunov wrote about my PhD thesis in their 1975 textbook “Coagulation Processes in Atmospheric Systems.”
I have exchanged gifts with Russian scientists at professional meetings. I have utmost respect for the Russian people. I am convinced we need Donald Trump as our president so America can work more cooperatively with Russia. – Ed
Trump Opposes President Obama’s Plan to Surrender American Internet Control to Foreign Powers
“Donald J. Trump is committed to preserving Internet freedom for the American people and citizens all over the world. The U.S. should not turn control of the Internet over to the United Nations and the international community.
President Obama intends to do so on his own authority – just 10 days from now, on October 1, unless Congress acts quickly to stop him.
The Republicans in Congress are admirably leading a fight to save the Internet this week, and need all the help the American people can give them to be successful.
Hillary Clinton’s Democrats are refusing to protect the American people by not protecting the Internet.
The U.S. created, developed and expanded the Internet across the globe. U.S. oversight has kept the Internet free and open without government censorship – a fundamental American value rooted in our Constitution’s Free Speech clause.
Internet freedom is now at risk with the President’s intent to cede control to international interests, including countries like China and Russia, which have a long track record of trying to impose online censorship.
Congress needs to act, or Internet freedom will be lost for good, since there will be no way to make it great again once it is lost.”
– Stephen Miller, National Policy Director