No Safe Bet At The Nevada Caucus!


The latest Democratic debate took place last night. Unfortunately it looks like “what happens in Vegas, doesn’t stay in Vegas.”

Michael Bloomberg was the main event. The multi-billionaire was promptly targeted by the others and in particular, by Elizabeth Warren. Pocahontas called him to task for his sexual harassment. Mike apologized for his ‘stop and frisk’ program. We don’t like Mike, but he should never apologize to an radical SJW such as Warren. Expressing remorse is blood in the water to the angry shark that is Warren. Bloomberg was the clear loser in the debate.

The winner may have been Biden. I expected the one-man gaffe machine to foul up again and go on tilt, but he didn’t. He’ll foul up again soon enough.

Bernie’s health was called into question. The senator is pushing 80 and already had a heart attack late last year. He claims he’s in good health so we will take him at his word. However, his socialism is very unhealthy for our country. Sanders loves Denmark, but what the old commie really wants is Soviet Russia, complete with gulags. Thankfully, he will have little chance against Trump, and most of the Democratic elite know this. They will do all they can to prevent him from getting the nomination.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg was rather truculent toward Senator Amy Klobuchar, and she apologized for getting things wrong.

The Democrats all pushed ‘climate change’ and said the planet was doomed in 10 years if we didn’t again sign on to the Paris Accord and the Green New Deal, which would destroy jobs and our economy. They all want to carry out the global elite’s desire for de-industrialization and population growth.

We noticed Pete kept saying ‘climate science,’ to strengthen the bogus argument. They like to throw out the word ‘science,’ because we aren’t allowed to question their science without being called ‘ignorant’ or a ‘science denier.’ Science can be corrupted like anything else, though. After all, scientists are human and can be bought off.

It’s a jackpot situation for the Democrats. I use the word jackpot in its negative sense–a tumbling, out of control disaster. None of them have a chance to beat Trump.

There’s no safe bet with the Democrat party.

—Ben Garrison

JFK Assassination: The Truth Told by Secret Service Agent Clint Hill

Assassination of John F. Kennedy, mortal shooting of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, as he rode in a motorcade in DallasTexas, on November 22, 1963. His accused killer was Lee Harvey Oswald, a former U.S. Marine who had embraced Marxism and defected for a time to the Soviet Union. Oswald never stood trial for murder, because, while being transferred after having been taken into custody, he was shot and killed by Jack Ruby, a distraught Dallas nightclub owner.

Assassination of John F. Kennedy Assassination of John F. Kennedy, mortal shooting of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, as he rode in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.

Assassination of John F. Kennedy

Assassination of John F. Kennedy, mortal shooting of John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, as he rode in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. His accused killer was Lee Harvey Oswald, a former U.S. Marine who had embraced Marxism and defected for a time to the Soviet Union. Oswald never stood trial for murder, because, while being transferred after having been taken into custody, he was shot and killed by Jack Ruby, a distraught Dallas nightclub owner.

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Ready to Quit: Or Should Trump Fire Attorney General Barr from ‘Impossible’ Job?

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Attorney General Bill Barr said President Trump is making his job ‘impossible’ with his Tweets about Justice Department cases, including that of Trump crony Roger Stone. Insiders say Barr is ready to quit, but should Trump fire him? Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is a production of our Members. Join them to access backstage content, unlock new levels of engagement with committed conservatives, and help to spread these messages around the world.

Bloomberg Muscles His Way to the Top of the Heap Dragging His Baggage Behind

Mike Bloomberg surges in national polls and seems, for the moment, to be the only Democratic presidential candidate who can dislodge Bernie Sanders from his plurality lead. But as he muscles his way to the top of the heap, he’s dragging his baggage behind, a legacy of alleged racist and sexist attitudes, not to mention his prickly and pallid personality. What’s become of the DNC when its choice may be a socialist or a billionaire former Republican? Can anyone in that field overcome Bloomberg’s business and organizational savvy, his massive field operation, and ad buys? Members make this show, and if you join them, you’ll access backstage content, and unlock new levels of engagement with folks who love this country like you do.

Your Jetpack Future is Here! Jetman Goes from Earth to 6,000ft in Seconds

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Jetman Dubai passes another milestone in autonomous human flight, launching from the ground and ascending to about 6,000 feet at 150 mph. “It’s Buzz Lightyear with a better paint job.” The men of Right Angle revel in this accomplishment, lifting our eyes to the heavens. A magnificent ship will cruise from the port of Miami in May with Bill Whittle, Scott Ott, Stephen Green, and…YOU aboard. Join us for 3-nights of fun, laughter, and warm fellowship among likeminded people on the way to the Bahamas. Registration period is ending soon. Our Members make this show. Join them and find your people at

Four More Years Wishlist: Why President Trump Must Be Reelected

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President Trump Keep America Great Rally, Colorado Springs, CO – 7:00pm ET Livestream…

Tonight President Trump heads to Colorado Springs, Colorado for another massive Keep America Great rally at The Broadmoor World Arena. President Trump is expected to speak at 7:00pm ET.  Livestream links below:

RSBN Livestream Link – Trump Campaign Livestream Link – Fox News Livestream Link



Bernie Stands Alone – All Other Candidates Agree to Let The Club Pick The Democrat Nominee…

It was the final question in a wild and furious Democrat debate last night: “If no candidate earns the majority of delegates how should a nominee be chosen?”  Should the candidate with the most delegates be selected as the nominee?

Every candidate on stage -except Bernie Sanders- stated the private Club rules should determine the nominee at the DNC convention in Wisconsin; regardless of who comes to the convention with the highest number of delegates.   Bernie Sanders position is that whoever has the highest number of votes and earned delegates should be the nominee.


With proportional distribution this difference of opinion could be problematic if most of the candidates stay in the race (quite probable now, except Biden) and split the non-Bernie vote. Yet, Bernie Sanders beats them all in the popular vote and earned delegate count.

After the first round delegate count at the convention the 700 ‘Super Delegates’ could select a ‘non-Bernie’ nominee in round two. This has always looked like the Club plan; however, Team Bernie will likely go bananas.

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Harry Reid: Brokered convention ‘not the end of the world’ 

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MAGAnomics – Big Manufacturing Jump Amid Mid-Atlantic Region Report…

The potential for supply chain disruption as a result of China dealing with the Coronavirus, and almost a complete shutdown of their manufacturing economy, is looming heavy upon Wall Street multinationals invested in China.

However, tangentially related, as a result of USMCA we are now seeing signs of shifted investment into North America and increases in forecasts for U.S. manufacturing.

(Via CNBC) […] Early in the week, New York’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey for general business conditions posted a reading of 12.9, up 8 points from January and its best level since May. New orders surged to 22.1, the highest since September 2017, and shipments rose to 18.9, the best since November 2018.

On Thursday, the Philadelphia survey exploded 20 points higher to 36.7, the highest since February 2017. New orders hit their highest since May 2018. (more)

The Philadelphia FED tracks factory orders in eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware.  New orders in that region soared far higher than all expectations, reflecting a strong consumer-driven economy with ongoing purchases of durable goods.

We have only touched the initial outer edges of impact from the USMCA and there’s no doubt we will see additional shifts in investment and growth in the North American production economy as a result of the new U.S, Mexico and Canada agreement.

One small example is Microsoft:



Microsoft to invest $1.1 billion in Mexico over next five years: CEO 

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Microsoft is investing in new data centers within Mexico which indicates they are anticipating to fill a need for clients who need expanded digital technology.  CEO Nadella said the investment is “focused on expanding access to digital technology for people and organizations across the country”.  Think of it like digital service infrastructure.

In the same way a construction firm would position itself for anticipated utility service needs and housing development within a community, Microsoft is positioning for needs in the digital and technology space.  As much as companies need access to electricity, water, raw materials and a labor pool, they also need to be able to link into data networks.

These are the very first steps within a resurgence of north American investment. As we have noted over the past several years the benefits of producing products in Southeast Asia are much less than they were ten to twenty years ago.

President Trump’s focus on ‘America First’ incentives has lowered overall energy costs, decreased the cost of doing business, cut regulatory hurdles and completely reset the total cost of production.  The U.S. is now competitive, and without transportation costs the total cost of durable good manufacturing in the U.S. is now the best bet.

Secure jobs, higher wages, low taxes and consumer confidence creates a domestic cycle of economic growth inside the U.S.   A big jump in building permits and housing starts is an example of that strength.