The Republican congress persons and senator persons must all be gender neutral nothing between their legs. Well Trump does speak out and take the heat, so be a man for a change.

The corrupt main stream media is seeking to interview as many Congressional Republicans as possible, and who could blame them. Most being interviewed are gutless and refuse to boldly support the campaign pledge that largely got Donald Trump elected. A wall to help secure our southern border. Senator Rob Portman was one of those disturbing interviews. If proper funding is not provided the president has threatened to partially close down the government, a display of political courage rarely seen in Washington these days. He must have the support of Congressional Republicans.

Donald Trump’s presidency and the future of the Republican Party are at crossroads. This lame duck session is the last opportunity for Republicans to prevail and they must unite. I will be letting Senator Portman and the rest of my representatives know that my future votes are at stake – it’s now or never! I urge those who agree with me to do the same.

Jeff Longo

Michael Avenatti Has been Raising Money from the Public to Fund his Actions which is now Under Investigation

Stormy Daniels has come out and publicly stated that Michael Avenatti launched a site to raise money for her defense which pays him without her permission. The campaign raised $600,000 and she has also stated that she has no idea what happened to that money. CrowdJustice said it is now investigating what Avenatti did and now they are investigating another fundraising site he created to help families at the Mexican border which raised $159,863. He claimed this was a campaign on behalf of “a group of detained mothers and children,” but there is absolutely nothing that specifies the names of the beneficiaries. for whom the money is being raised.

Whatever money Stormy Daniels accepted to remain silent is now a breach of contract. Who is going to repay that money she would have to return? Avenatti

Is the #MeToo Movement Creating a Concrete Ceiling for Women not Glass?

The number one talk behind the curtain going around is the #MeToo movement after the Christine Blasey Ford confrontation against Brett Kavanaugh. The outright slander and lies that were hurled at Kavanaugh have done far more damage to women as a whole than mainstream media cares to talk about. The advice coming down for professional men is to distance themselves as much as possible from women for their own safety be it in politics or business. Nobody wants to talk about that hot potato.

The recommendations being talked about are to avoid any dinners with female colleagues on a one-to-one basis. Team dinners are acceptable in groups but not personal and you cannot sit next to a female. They are even advising men to NEVER sit next to a woman when traveling on business. Always book a different row entirely on any business flights. They are going as far as to recommend that staying in hotels the man should stay on a different floor or preferably a different hotel. The concern is not that something will happen, but someone can claim something happened and it boils down to one person’s word against another. They are not talking about rape, but allegations as took place in the Kavanaugh hearings absent physical proof.

The #MeToo movement in the wake of Kavanaugh hearings is altering the corporate policy that is only converting the glass ceiling to a concrete one. Many men feel that they need a background check before hiring a woman and any prior claims against an employer is a huge red flag which categorizes her as a major unknown risk factor. What this seems to be boiling down to are any previous allegations that involved formal charges are distinguishable from just allegations with no charges as was the case with Ford v Kavanaugh. The matter of Judy Munro-Leighton, who claimed Kavanaugh slapped her and forced her to perform oral sex on him when it turned out she had had never been in California or even met Kavanaugh. She excused herself false allegations claiming it was just a “ploy” to “get attention” and had never met Justice Kavanaugh. These types of allegations are leading to recommendations to just avoid women at all costs. It appears they have done far more harm to women as a whole than any other event.
While the #MeToo movement was about exploitation and justice, the outrageous proceedings in the Kavanaugh hearings have not merely made many view women as a whole new risk factor that is unquantifiable, from outside the country, they made the United States look absolutely stupid. Even the labels people hurl at Trump calling him a racist when neither Mexican nor Muslim is a race any more the being an American is a race or Christian only expose their ignorance. What is really taking place is a tremendous divide. The #MeToo movement just may have the opposite effect and creating a huge divide between men and women in a professional setting.
Office romances are not uncommon. Indeed, nearly One-Third of Workers who have had Office Romances Married Their Co-Worker. Many people do fall in love at the office because you often spend more time with someone you work with than anyone else. The crazy thing is that 35% of people have dated someone they work with. So the #MeToo movement may have a farreaching implication for relationships in general. Has the Harvey Weinstein type ruined it for all men?
Meanwhile, younger women, particularly under 30, are in their own way rebelling against the feminists. They do not want to be treated equally to the extent they are drafted into the military. Even the polls show that Trump’s support among white women is less about gender than the feminist movements would like to portray. The generally accepted split was that 54% of women voted for Hillary and 41% for Trump. CNN contributor Kirsten Powers said white women who voted for Trump are “racist” so add that to Hillary’s comment anyone who voted for Trump was a “deplorable” creates a really revolting description of 41% of the voting women in the United States.

Will the 2020 Presidential Election be the Most Violent in American History?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Thanks to you I am paying closer attention to what people are saying in politics these days. It seems to be that this was not a Blue Wave they were waging but a Blue War. It is very disturbing to see the hatred is still brewing against anyone who just wants to be left alone. Is this the foundation for the rising civil unrest that turns to a civil war?


ANSWER: Unfortunately, YES! It is really very bad. The CNN political analyst Kirsten Powers actually said that all white women who voted for Donald Trump are racist! She then added that there were those who felt they had to select Trump because Hillary Clinton was simply a terrible candidate whom they could never support. We have three girls all under thirty in the office and they do not identify with Hillary’s ’60s Bra-Burning attitude. The one thing they did not like was Hillary said women were equal and should be drafted into the army as well.

The Clintons have been touring Canada with their usual exploitation to raise a never-ending pot of money. The attendance has been at best 50%. They are drawing fewer and fewer audiences.

It will only get much worse over the next two years and by the time we get to 2020, it is not going to look very civil out there. We have crossed the line. Violence and hate speech is not the norma. There is no tolerance for people to accept an opposing view.

U.S. Supreme Court decided on March 6th, 1857 (1857.178), ruled (7–2) that a slave (Dred Scott) who had resided in a free state and territory (where slavery was prohibited) was not thereby entitled to his freedom because African Americans were not and could never be citizens of the United States. It is interesting that 8.6 years from that decision (1865,353) was nearly the surrender of the final Confederate ship to the British, Shenandoah, on November 6th, 1865.

If we look at the timing from Dred Scott decision, the war began when the Confederates bombarded Union soldiers at Fort Sumter, South Carolina on April 12, 1861, which was 4.1 years or almost the half-cycle point of 4.3 years. The war ended officially in the Spring of 1865. Robert E. Lee surrendered the last major Confederate army to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9th, 1865. However, it was the Shenandoah surrender on November 6th, 1865 that marked the final military activity.

Therefore, if look at that timing, it would appear that 4.3 years from Trump swearing in on January 20th, 2017 brings us to 2021.354. If we throw in all the economic problems we see coming with pensions and a monetary crisis on top of all of that, I would not count of 2020 being a normal presidential election. It may be the most violent event in American political history

#OrcLivesMatter: Sci-Fi Writer Decries Racism in Tolkien

Published on Nov 30, 2018

Do we need to distance ourselves from J.R.R. Tolkien because of racism in the portrayal of Orcs in the Lord of the Rings? Can you believe a sci-fi writer suggested this? Stephen Green, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott discuss how the world is changing. You love these conversations. Become one of the people who creates and distributes them.


The Diversity Delusion | Heather Mac Donald

Published on Sep 26, 2018

The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture Heather Mac Donald is the Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal. She earned a B.A. from Yale University, an M.A. in English from Cambridge University, and a J.D. from Stanford Law School. She writes for several newspapers and periodicals, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The New Criterion, and Public Interest, and is the author of four books, including The War on Cops: How The New Attack on Law and Order Makes Everyone Less Safe and The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez equate the Holocaust to the Caravan Trying to Get In to the USA


All the hype over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who was elected and waiting to take office come January is interesting insofar as the Democrats saw her as the future of the Party, they really have to take a closer look. She compared the caravan from Central America to the Jews fleeing Germany. Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina had some words of advice for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. “I recommend she take a tour of the Holocaust Museum in DC,” Graham tweeted. “Might help her better understand the differences between the Holocaust and the caravan in Tijuana.”

It looks like we are going to have some interesting crazy dialog coming out for the next two years.

The Business Cycle & the Suicide Rate


The press is all abuzz about the suicide rate is up 33% in 20 years and they blame the lack of funding as if this alone will cure the problem. They never seem to simply correlate this with economics. Now we have more than 47,000 Americans committed suicide in 2017, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They also said that this is contributing to an overall decline in U.S. life expectancy rate. Even in Japan, there is a place known as the Suicide Cliffs. People jump from the cliffs in Japan cyclically. They jump during financial crises more than during any other period. They also will commit suicide when winter ends and the sun returns. People then see the requirement of returning to a routine they view as their torment and misery.  In Japan, the intense pressure of Japanese schools has also been seen as a major contributing factor.

As the largest continent in the World, Asia accounts for about 60% of World suicides with China, India, and Japan accounting for about 40% of the World’s suicides. On an international basis, there are about 1 million suicides that take place every year. The difference in the suicide methods between the Western and Asian countries is rather significant. While in financial centers jumping from buildings also took place in New York and Chicago during the Great Depression, there were also jumpers in Japan from the Panic of 1990. The use of firearms is the favored suicide method in many Western countries, but not in Asia perhaps due to the lack of access. Asian suicides often take the form of pesticide ingestion, charcoal burning, and self-immolation. Hanging seems to be also a leading suicide method both in the East and the West, as well as in prisons. Prison suicides will also take the form of deliberately trying to create a lethal confrontation with someone to get killed as they are compelled to engage in self-defense.

Suicides correlate to economic hardship which can be personal or imposed upon by society and the business cycle. The higher the tax rate and the lower the standard of living is also a key factor for people will be driven to commit suicide facing economic failure. As the world economy continues to decline in real growth, it is not surprising that the suicide rate has increased by 33% since 1999 in the United States alone. This trend is part of the cycle. When people face that decision of whether to stay or to go into the light seeking relief and peace, sometimes they will take their entire family with them because the pain is so great yet they have responsibilities they also cannot leave behind. They will take their family in their mind relieving them of the same pain.

9+ 0:28 / 21:35 Dr. Gorka on Trump’s Decision to Not Punish Saudi Arabia

Conservative Citizen

Published on Nov 21, 2018

Dr. Sebastian Gorka on Breitbart News Daily (11/21/ 2018) – 10 Insightful Books to Help You Understand What President Trump Is Actually up Against:

Not News: Conservative Audience Offers Progressives Respect

Published on Nov 22, 2018

Progressives in the so-called “intellectual dark web” get a warm, respectful, reception from an audience of conservatives in Oxnard, California, who had come to hear podcaster Dave Rubin’s standup comedy. They acknowledge that this kind of dialogue could never happen on a college campus. Right Angle comes to you five times each week, thanks to the members who pay $9.95/month to advance these ideas, and further the conversation. Join us: