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May 19, 2019

Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum - Sidney Toler - 1940





Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum - Sidney Toler - 1940


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Lt. Col. (ret.) Richard Cole - Doolittle Raider Tribute Vignette






Lt. Col. (ret.) Richard Cole - Doolittle Raider Tribute Vignette

The first to take-off of the U.S.S. Hornet on April 18, 1942, is the last to land. One of World War II’s first truly joint operations consisted of 80 U.S. Army Air Forces aviators who were trained by U.S. Navy pilots to master taking off in a fully-loaded B-25 Mitchell bomber from the deck of an aircraft carrier. Led by Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle, their efforts resulted in the first aerial attack of the Japanese home islands by U.S. bombers in WWII. Recount with late U.S. Air Force legend Lt. Col. Richard "Dick" Cole, on his first combat mission.



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USMC High Price Admission






Retired Vietnam veterans Maj. Gen. Gene Deegan and Sgt. Alex DiGiacomo of 2nd Battalion, 1st Marines discuss the bonds formed upon becoming a United States Marine while visiting Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, April 26, 2019.


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May 18, 2019

Gene Simmons Military Tribute



Gene Simmons Military Tribute


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Vice President Mike Pence to Taylor University Grads




Vice President Mike Pence

To Taylor U graduates:


Class of 2019, I hope that you will aspire to serve. I believe public service is a noble calling. But wherever life takes you, take a servant’s attitude. Consider others as more important than yourselves. Live your lives as Christ did: Not to be served, but to serve. I have faith in the principles and ideals that you learned here and the noble mission that’s always animated this university. Have faith that He who brought you this far will never leave you, nor forsake you, because He never will.


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Armed Fores Day





President Donald J. Trump

Our courageous and vigilant Armed Forces safeguard the blessings of liberty for us and for future generations by selflessly answering the call of duty. Today, and every day, we acknowledge and celebrate all who proudly wear our Nation’s uniforms!



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May 17, 2019

President Trump Speaks at the National Association of REALTORS Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo






President Trump Speaks at the National Association of REALTORS Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo


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President Trump is the absolute BEST President we have had in my lifetime





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Roe v. Wade Film Begins Shooting amid Mounting Protests and Backlash






Roe v. Wade Film Begins Shooting amid Mounting Protests and Backlash


Actor and producer Nick Loeb is filming a movie about the highly controversial 1973 Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade amid rejection by pro-abortion advocates.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Loeb and his production partner Cathy Allyn are co-directing the film and have been keeping it under wraps – even to the extent of using a fake title for locations – for the sake of the security of the cast and crew.

Loeb, who is shooting the movie in New Orleans, explains the secrecy by telling the story of a woman wearing a headset approaching him and asking if he was the director of Roe v. Wade.

“When I told her I was, she told me to go fuck myself,” he told the Hollywood Reporter. “Then she threw her headset on the ground and walked off. I found out later she was our electrician.”

The report continues:

Even with the secrecy, it’s been a challenging shoot. At Louisiana State University, Loeb says, “we were told we were rejected due to our content, even though it will be a PG-rated film. They refused to put it in writing, but they told us on the phone it was due to content.” At Tulane, where Loeb is an alum, the film shot one day, but after the school newspaper reported on the nature of the project, producers were denied a second day of shooting, according to Loeb. (Both Tulane and LSU say logistics were the problem, not the content of the movie.)

And then there was a synagogue in New Orleans that producers rented for catering and as a place for extras to hang out. “Once they found out what the film was about, they locked us out. We had to call the police so that the extras and caterers could retrieve their possessions,” Loeb says.

Some actors reportedly walked away from the movie as well when they discovered Loeb was not supportive of abortion.

“We had to replace three local actors, including one who was to play Norma McCorvey, even after she begged for the role,” he said.


McCorvey was known as Jane Roe in the landmark legal case, in which the high court created a right to abortion when none every existed in the Constitution. She ultimately became a pro-life advocate, stating she was manipulated into signing on to the case.

Even the film’s original director quit on the first day of shooting, necessitating Loeb and Allyn to step in to co-direct the film.


In January, Loeb told Breitbart News his film is “the first movie ever about the true story” of the controversial Supreme Court case. The film’s Indiegogo crowdfunding site had been blocked by Facebook, he reported, at that time.

The film’s cast includes outspoken conservative stars Jon Voight and Robert Davi as two Supreme Court justices, with Corbin Bernsen, John Schneider, Steve Guttenberg, William Forsythe, Wade Williams, and Richard Portnow also as justices.

Former Fox News commentator Stacey Dash, star of Clueless, plays the role of Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman graduate of Harvard Medical School and the former president of pro-life organization National Right to Life.

Pro-life activist Dr. Alveda King – niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – is serving as executive producer of the movie.


Loeb himself made headlines when he filed a lawsuit against his ex-fiancée, actress Sofia Vergara, for full and sole custody of the former couple’s embryos, which had been residing in a state of cryopreservation in California.

In a case that was the first to bring awareness to the rights of embryos, Loeb filed a petition with the District Court for the Louisiana parish of Plaquemines.

The producer told Breitbart News he became pro-life in his 20s “when I went through having two abortions.”

Now, Loeb and Allyn say the timing is perfect for their film, with the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy and President Donald Trump’s anticipated choice of a replacement for him.

“But even without that news, it’s one of the most controversial political decisions in history,” he told the Hollywood Reporter. “It divides us and makes us uncomfortable. I have my own pro-life issue going on with my fight over embryos, but no one has really told the whole truth about Roe v. Wade in a film.”

“When I delved into this, I discovered conspiracy theories, fake news, made-up statistics and a whole lot of people involved who switched their positions from pro-choice to pro-life, including Norma,” he said.



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Donald Trump is Awakening the American Dream by Robert Davi




Donald Trump is Awakening the American Dream

by Robert Davi


Actor, singer, Hollywood conservative and Breitbart columnist Robert Davi.



On June 15, while Donald Trump was announcing his candidacy for President of the United States, I began to write.

My article was published here on June 16, and I was way out front in how Donald Trump would resonate with the American people. Needless to say, I received tons of flak and ridicule. Also, the majority of pundits smirkingly dismissed it as an absurdity to think Trump would make a serious run.

Well, my dear fellow Americans, it is now two months since he made his announcement and I must say—while I feel there are some terrific candidates—Trump towers over all like a colossus

For years I have heard people say “what America needs is someone who is successful to run the country,” “is this the best America has to offer?”, ” there is so much scrutiny in running anyone who is very successful would never run,” etc., etc. Enter Donald Trump.

Trump is a force of nature with a love for America that has made him sacrifice his very successful life. He now brings a message of bold, forceful, positive energy. I do not like when I hear him referred to as “bombastic.”

When pundits refer to him this way it is because the Donald does not fit into the cookie cutter way they perceive politics, and his direct, no nonsense style is criticized to minimize his message. While I listen to all the candidates speak, Trump inspires the most confidence. I believe he will be able to negotiate with other world leaders. I believe he can inspire the confidence to bring Americans together and reset our national will. I believe he is exactly what America needs right now.

We do not need another politician who has no life experience, but is mired in the bureaucratic thinking that keeps the status quo. I want someone who can build, and Trump has proven he can build and negotiate. But even more, Trump has what Reagan had: the ability to communicate and inspire confidence.

While I intently listen to some very good candidates speak, I feel ok nice, fine, good, but I am not excited. They may say the right things, but I really do not feel they have the force of personality or experience to “Make America Great Again.” Herein lies the strength of Donald Trump.

I watched Trump on Meet the Press and was quite impressed. Chuck Todd pressed him on several issues, and whether you agree with Trump’s ideas or not, he comes across as absolutely authentic, not political.


While Todd attempted to trap Trump—and expected him to come across as unlikable or clueless—Trump answered honestly and directly. He had Todd stumped. Watch Chuck Todd’s face, you will see a subtle look of perplexity and frustration that he wasn’t able to make the Donald look, well, un-presidential.

In fact, I say that Donald Trump came across as a potential Leader of the Free World that will have to be reckoned with. He is a man who wants and will get some of the best America has to offer to negotiate with other countries . How refreshing. I for one have watched bureaucrats and politicians make bad deals and sell out this country.

It is time we have a leader that does not apologize for wanting America to reclaim its destiny and this is resonating with a wide range of people, not just the “angry Americans ” the media would have you believe .


Legal immigrants who came to America—hoping to live the dream it was built on—are pulling for Trump. For instance, Ali and Sayeed, who work in the gas station I usually get my gas from are talking about how they are for Trump. Women who are nurses, lawyers, and hockey moms are speaking of Trump while getting their morning breakfast drink at Starbucks.

Its time we galvanize behind a man who has the energy, personal charisma, vision, and real-world experience that can help pull America out of the quicksand that Progressives, the current administration, and weak political thinking by both parties have stuck us in.

Recently, I read that Glenn Beck was asking conservative pundits: “These are smart people. What am I missing? Why are you for Trump?”

Well to Mr.Beck and those asking similar questions, let me say this. For years I have heard politicians seemingly say the “right things” and have a consistent point of view. I have heard wonderfully intellectual answers to issues that sound great but are too nuanced to resonate on a deeper level.

Most politicians, while well-meaning, speak with a “forked tongue.” Im tired and bored of this. I like the plainspeak of Donald Trump. Some folks make it seem like you are a leper if one has a change of heart or personal growth on certain issues based on life’s circumstances. Well let me say—thats a lot of HOOEY! No one has talked about America with the kind of positive strength that I am hearing from Trump.


My question is what are you not hearing? For years, we needed someone who can use popular culture to bring a message that will resonate across the aisle. Trump has been on the inside of business, he knows how the sausage is made and let’s us know it. I want someone with the strength of character that will grind up Washington and serve it up to the American people. One must also take note of Trump’s family, his children are not rejecting him, they do not resent him, it is not easy being a father and Trump’s children seem to be hard working and nice people. As they say, the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree.

America, we need someone who will not let the failed ideologies of the Left further erode the values our nation was built on, and who isn’t afraid of going up against the status quo. Instead of waiting for Trump to fail, I say let’s all help him succeed—for in doing so we just may be able to wake up the American Dream.


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May 16, 2019

President Trump Delivers Remarks on Modernizing Our Immigration System for a Stronger America





President Trump Delivers Remarks on Modernizing Our Immigration System for a Stronger America


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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders: There's one agenda, one decisionmaker, that's President Trump






Sarah Sanders: There's one agenda, one decisionmaker, that's President Trump

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders makes the case on 'Fox & Friends' for President Trump's long-term plan to modernize and update the U.S. immigration system.


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May 15, 2019

Ex Mormon Gives Most Incredible Testimony






Ex Mormon Gives Most Incredible Testimony

This is one of the most incredible testimonies I've ever heard, and such a testimony of how God can change the hearts of those who seek him! A very zealous Mormon goes to Florida for his missions, where he tries to convert Baptists and is instead presented the gospel of Jesus. In this video he explains how he turned from his belief in Mormonism to trusting in the finished work of Christ for his salvation!


Wild Thing's comment.......

God bless this amazing man and his dear family.


You would think the Mormons would be smart enough to think about the person who also hung on a cross next to Jesus....and the "lack of works" that person had. His justification was simply asking Jesus to remember him. Saved by Grace.


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President Trump Delivers Remarks at the 38th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service







President Trump Delivers Remarks at the 38th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service




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We are going to the Moon, to stay, by 2024. And this is how.




We are going to the Moon, to stay, by 2024. And this is how.


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President Trump wants NASA to go back to the moon





Trump wants NASA to go back to the moon



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President Trump and The First Lady Host the White House Historical Association Dinner




President Trump and The First Lady Host the White House Historical Association Dinner




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State Department orders staff to leave Iraq amid Iran concerns






State Department orders staff to leave Iraq amid Iran concerns


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Anticipating the end of Roe v. Wade, states are passing new abortion laws




Anticipating the end of Roe v. Wade, states are passing new abortion laws


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Alabama passes strictest abortion ban in the US





Alabama passes strictest abortion ban in the US


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May 14, 2019

President Trump Delivers Remarks on Promoting Energy Infrastructure and Economic Growth





President Trump Delivers Remarks on Promoting Energy Infrastructure and Economic Growth


President Trump tours an LNG export facility in Hackberry, Louisiana before making a statement on energy sector infrastructure and the economy.

FANTASTIC !!!!



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President Trump Says China Will Learn About U.S. Strength





President Trump Says China Will Learn About U.S. Strength


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Christina Aguilera - Something's Got a Hold On Me







Christina Aguilera - Something's Got a Hold On Me

This is the official music video for "Something's Got a Hold On Me" performed by Christina Aguilera in the motion picture "Burlesque"

Christina's voice has so much power. It contains elements of blues, soul, jazz, and rock n roll.

Something's Got a Hold on Me
Christina Aguilera


Oh sometimes I get a good feeling yeah
I get a feeling that I never, never had before
And I got to tell you right now
I believe, I really do believe that

Something's got a hold on me (oh, it must be love)
Something's got a hold on me right now child (yeah, it must be love)


Let me tell you now
I got a feeling, I feel so strange
Everything about me seems to have changed
Step by step, I got a brand new walk
I even sound sweeter when I talk


I said, oh, oh, oh, oh
I said baby, oh, it must be love (you know it must be love)


Let me tell you now
Something’s got a hold on me, yeah (oh, it must be love)
Oh oh something’s got a hold on me right now, child (Oh, it must be love)


Let me tell you now
I never felt like this before
Something’s got a hold on me that won’t let go
I believe I’d die if I only could
I sure feel strange, but it sure feels good


I said, oh, oh, oh, oh
I said baby, oh, it must be love (you know it must be love)


Let me tell you know
My heart feels heavy, my feet feel light
I shake all over, but I feel alright
I never felt like this before


Something’s got a hold on me that won’t let go
I never thought it could happen to me
Got me heavy without the misery
I never thought it could be this way
Love’s sure gonna put a hurting on me


I said, oh, oh, oh, oh
I said baby, oh, it must be love (you know it must be love)


Yeah, he walks like love (you know he walks like love)
He talks like love (you know he talks like love)
Makes me feel alright (makes me feel alright)
In the middle of the night (in the middle of the night)


Na na la la (na na la la)
Na na la la (na na la la)

Oh yeah yeah (oh oh oh)
Yeah oh yeah oh (oh oh oh)
Hey, yeah yeah yeah, ah


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Intrview of Melania Trump with Greta (2016)





On the Record' interview, Part 1: The wife of Donald Trump tells Greta what life has been like on the campaign trail, sounds off on dealing with criticism of her husband, untrue stories about herself and more






On the Record' interview, Part 2: Wife of Donald Trump tells Greta about her early life and career, her thought about immigration, possibly being the next first lady and more




On the Record' interview, Part 3: Melania Trump gives Greta the inside story on how she met the real estate mogul, their courtship and what he is like behind the scenes





On the Record' interview, Part 4:Melania Trump gives Greta insight on being married to Donald Trump, why they never fight, gives a tour our their Manhattan penthouse and more.

This video shows painting we have similar to Melania and Donald Trump



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During this interview,( the 4th video) Nicholas and I noticed Trump has the same painting we have in our home. how cool is that. Love it.


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Interview of Trump's Ex-Butler Tony Senecal






Donald Trump former butler Tony Senecal has much to tell, like when a young Mr. Trump and first wife Ivana, had four butlers waiting on them hand and foot.

Senecal, who served Trump for almost 20 years, told IE: "The man sleeps maybe three or four hours a night." Senecal describes Trump as a man always on the move and rarely relaxes.

Trump does have his pet peeves. "People being late," according to the butler is one of them. He also says Trump doesn't tolerate sloppiness in others or himself.




One man who really knows what Donald Trump is like is his private butler, Anthony Senecal. Before retiring a few years ago, he worked at Mr Trump's lavish Mar-a-Lago estate for three decades.



Wild Thing's comment........

President rump is totally awesome and it is great to hear what his ex butler has to say about him.


"Hes' a red-blooded meat-eating American!" That's my President Trump! MAGA!



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Actor Richard Dreyfuss talks sanctuary cities ruling, importance of civics







Actor Richard Dreyfuss takes on Tucker over the 9th Circuit court that blocked the Trump administration's attempts to withhold funds from sanctuary cities, explains why teaching civics in schools is vital and his Dreyfuss Civics Initiative is about


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May 13, 2019

Boogie Street - Leonard Cohen







Boogie Street - Leonard Cohen

The movie is ''Un balcon sur la mer'' or "A View of Love''.


My darling darling beloved one
Ohh I remember crystal clear
The water fall and the stream
Were I first saw you
As I was passing by
Every day I would watch you
On the other side of the water
Hiding behind a bush
In love with you and your beauty
Till one day you gently called me out
Too you from behind the bush

Oh my love oh my love
Do you remember as well
When we came here
We embraced
You said If all else fails
Remember our love
I love you
Remember
Now we are here
Awake and in love
My love
We are now meant to be together
Then we'll know the full meaning OF BOOGIE STREET
Bound together again
My beloved beloved one
Bound together again
My one and only love
My mate my all
With kisses in love
I send you these words on the wind
My beloved beloved one


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President Trump takes questions from the media before a bilateral meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban






President Trump takes questions from the media before a bilateral meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban



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Why Trump gave this single dad $10K






Why Trump gave this single dad $10K

Shane Bouvet, the struggling single dad invited to the inauguration, talks about President Donald Trump's generosity.



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Doris Day, legendary Hollywood actress, dead at 97



Doris Day, legendary Hollywood actress, dead at 97


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May 12, 2019

Happy Mother's Day to our Gorgeous First Lady Melania



Happy Mother's Day to our Gorgeous First Lady Melania




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May 11, 2019

The Socialist Pope Francis Urges Youth to Hear the ‘Anguished Plea of the Earth’



Pope Urges Youth to Hear the ‘Anguished Plea of the Earth’

Pope Francis has told young economists and entrepreneurs that the world needs a different kind of economy, “one that cares for the environment and does not despoil it.”

In a letter to young business people for an upcoming event titled “Economy of Francesco,” named for Saint Francis of Assisi, the pope declared that “the safeguarding of the environment cannot be divorced from ensuring justice for the poor and finding answers to the structural problems of the global economy.”

“We need to correct models of growth incapable of guaranteeing respect for the environment,” he said.

Saint Francis is a worthy model to follow, the pope said, because he is “the outstanding example of care for the vulnerable and of an integral ecology.”

Jesus told Saint Francis of Assisi to go “repair my house,” the pope recalled. The Lord’s command increasingly “concerns the environment, which urgently demands a sound economy and a sustainable development that can heal its wounds and assure us of a worthy future,” he said.

The pope went on to insist that each person is called “to rethink his or her mental and moral priorities, to bring them into greater conformity with God’s commandments and the demands of the common good.”

This call especially concerns young people, he said, because their desire for a better future makes them a prophetic sign, “pointing towards an economy attentive to the person and to the environment.”

“Please, do not leave it to others to be protagonists of change. You are the ones who hold the future! Through you, the future enters into the world. I ask you also to be protagonists of this transformation… I ask you to build the future, to work for a better world,” he said.

In his letter, released by the Vatican on Saturday, the pope urged young people to “cultivate together the dream of a new humanism” that goes beyond religion to engage all people, whether or not they believe in God.

What the world needs, Francis proposed, is “a common ‘covenant,’ a process of global change. One in which not only believers but all men and women of good will, beyond differences of creed and nationality, can participate, inspired by an ideal of fraternity attentive above all to the poor and excluded.”



Wild Thing's comment.......

Francis twists both the Bible and the writings of saints to advance his wicked agenda.

When socialists and humanists quote the Bible, they take statements out of context for a political advantage. They put them in a worldly context whereas Jesus always spoke from a spiritual one.


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Two steps forward and one step back won’t cleanse the Catholic Church



Two steps forward and one step back won’t cleanse the Catholic Church


THE ESSENTIAL problem that gave rise to decades of clergy sex abuse in the Roman Catholic Church was that bishops, whose authority over their domains is all but absolute, were too often complicit in enabling pedophile priests, covering up their crimes, and looking the other way as countless young victims were raped, molested, harassed and left scarred for life. Now Pope Francis, grappling with successive waves of scandals and revelations, has decreed elaborate new policies and procedures designed to beat back a scourge that has partly defined his papacy.

Unfortunately, as with so much the pope has said and done to contain the crisis, the laws he handed down, saying that sexual abuse must “never happen again,” are half-measures. The laws outline procedures mandating that priests and nuns report suspected abuse and coverup to their superiors, provide protections for whistleblowers, accelerate investigations and require that victims be informed of investigative outcomes if they desire.

However, even as he reshaped church law, the pope left its most fundamental features intact — bishops remain in charge, policing themselves and the church, and procedures for removing and punishing them remain uncertain. That was a bitter disappointment to victims of clerical sexual abuse, and it is likely to disappoint many of the church’s faithful, already disillusioned by a scandal that exploded nearly two decades ago.


The new protocols are not toothless — among other things, they apply retroactively, meaning priests and nuns will be expected to report old cases of abuse. And in announcing them Thursday, Francis acknowledged the suffering of victims and years of failure by his two predecessors to come to terms with the crisis. The church, he said, “must continue to learn from the bitter lessons of the past.”

Yet one of those lessons — that the absence of full accountability, including to civil authorities, has deepened and prolonged the blight of abuse — seems to have gone unheeded. There will be no ironclad requirement that church authorities alert police and prosecutors when allegations of abuse arise. And while bishops in the largest church jurisdictions will be empowered to look into allegations of coverup and other wrongdoing against bishops in nearby, smaller dioceses, it strains credulity to assume that investigations carried out within the confines of those fraternities will be reliably rigorous and impartial. After all, one defining characteristic of the scandal has been the church’s demonstrated inability to police and punish its own.

The Vatican maintains that mandating reporting to civilian authorities would imperil Catholics in some countries where they already face oppression. In fact, the pope could have made exceptions for those countries while imposing tough protocols elsewhere.

Pope Francis sits astride a vast realm and bureaucracy; one gets the impression of a man engaged in a struggle to balance competing constituencies and interests. On the issue of sexual abuse, however, which has sapped the church’s moral authority and left uncountable victims in its wake, politics as usual does not suffice.




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Pope Francis Signs Document Protecting “Consensual” Clerical Sodomy


Pope Francis Signs Document Protecting “Consensual” Clerical Sodomy


by Chris Ferrara

Yes, the title of this column is provocative, to say the least, but that is what is really going on with the just-signed Apostolic Letter “Vos Estis Lux Mundi” (VELM). VELM lays down requirements for reporting “crimes of sexual abuse” committed by clerics, which “offend Our Lord, cause physical, psychological and spiritual damage to the victims and harm the community of the faithful.” But VELM is just another layer of bureaucratic procedure that ignores the underlying rot of the widespread homosexual infiltration of the clergy.

We know this as soon as we read the description of the prohibited “delicts against the sixth commandment of the Decalogue”:

“… forcing someone, by violence or threat or through abuse of authority, to perform or submit to sexual acts…

“… performing sexual acts with a minor or a vulnerable person;

“… production, exhibition, possession or distribution, including by electronic means, of child pornography, as well as by the recruitment of or inducement of a minor or a vulnerable person to participate in pornographic exhibitions…”


The term “vulnerable person” is defined as “any person in a state of infirmity, physical or mental deficiency, or deprivation of personal liberty which, in fact, even occasionally, limits their ability to understand or to want or otherwise resist the offence…”. Notice how even the term “vulnerable person” is limited to cases of physical or mental deficiency or coercion. Apparently, “vulnerable person” does not include legal adults who are persuaded to engage in sexual acts by clerics who convince them there is nothing wrong with such conduct.

So, to sum up: VELM does absolutely nothing to address (1) “consensual” acts of sodomy involving clerics and their willing partners in one of the sins that cry out to Heaven for retribution; (2) the “production, exhibition, possession or distribution” of adult (versus child) pornography, or (3) consensual adult participation in pornographic exhibitions.

That is, the entire “gay subculture” and its practices among the clergy are left untouched so long as they do not manifest themselves in criminal offences against minors or the coercion of “vulnerable” adult partners in sodomy. Otherwise, VELM exhibits no concern about sexual “delicts against the sixth commandment of the Decalogue.”

Clearly, therefore, Francis sees no need to remedy the homosexual corruption of the priesthood. He does not even intimate that “consensual” sodomy involving clerics is also an evil that “offend[s] Our Lord, caus[ing] physical, psychological and spiritual damage to the victims and… the community of the faithful.” In fact, the carefully limited definitions in VELM implicitly treat sodomy between “consenting adults” in the clergy as something that is not even to be reported, much less punished. We see at work here a kind of positivism in ecclesiastical law: whatever is not prohibited is permitted. Indeed, in this case what is permitted is not even worthy of mention.

What a mockery, then, are VELM’s pious declarations that “Our Lord Jesus Christ calls every believer to be a shining example of virtue, integrity and holiness” and that “a continuous and profound conversion of hearts is needed… so that personal sanctity and moral commitment can contribute to promoting the full credibility of the Gospel message and the effectiveness of the Church’s mission.”

Here as elsewhere it is evident that not only has “the Great Reformer” reformed nothing, he has actually made the corrupt ecclesial status quo worse, as Henry Sire (aka Marcantonio Colonna) documents beyond reasonable doubt in his “The Dictator Pope.” VELM is just another sign of a radically dysfunctional papacy that represents what has to be the terminal phase of the ecclesial crisis the Church has endured since Vatican II.

But it is precisely at such points in Church history that Providence opens the way to restoration — in this case with the heavenly assistance of the Virgin Mother of God.




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May 10, 2019

"Hawaiian Eye" US TV series (1959--63) intro





My husband Nick is the man in the scene with Connie Stevens.

"Hawaiian Eye" US TV series (1959--63) intro

Private investigator Tracey Steele (Anthony Eisley) and his half-Hawaiian partner, Tom Lopaka (Robert Conrad), own Hawaiian Eye, a combination detective agency and private security firm, located in Honolulu, Hawaii. Their principal client is the Hawaiian Village Hotel, which in exchange for security services, provides the agency with a luxurious private compound on the hotel grounds.

The partners investigate mysteries and protect clients with the sometime help of photographer Cricket Blake (Connie Stevens), who also sings at the hotel's Shell Bar, and a ukelele-playing cab driver Kim Quisado (Poncie Ponce), who has "relatives" throughout the islands.

Engineer turned detective Greg McKenzie (Grant Williams), joins the agency later on as a full partner, while hotel social director Philip Barton (Troy Donahue) lends a hand after Tracey Steele departs.



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Black Homeless Woman Says that Donald Trump Let Her Live Rent Free in Trump Tower for 8 years!




Black Homeless Woman Says that Donald Trump Let Her Live Rent Free in Trump Tower for 8 years!

The story of a homeless black woman in her own words whom Donald J. Trump has allowed to live in Trump Tower New York for free. In addition to free rent, Trump insisted she get three meals of room service per day and weekly fresh flowers. Doesn't sound like a bigot, misogynist, sexist or racist to me. Sounds like a compassionate and generous man.



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President Trump and The First Lady Participate in the Celebration of Military Mothers





President Trump and The First Lady Participate in the Celebration of Military Mothers


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Abp. Wilton Gregory has track record of trying to evade justice




Abp. Wilton Gregory has track record of trying to evade justice

Uncovering the Cover-Up


In spite of holding himself forth as a champion of victims, Abp. Wilton Gregory's track record reveals instead lack of transparency and obfuscation, and Catholics are waiting to see what Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr will uncover in his newly launched investigation of both the Atlanta and Savannah dioceses.

Observers suggest Carr is likely to unearth many long-buried abuse cases, particularly in Atlanta, where Gregory is wrapping up a 14-year stint as archbishop, before moving on to head the Washington, D.C. archdiocese.

According to the narrative Gregory and his allies have constructed over the past two decades, the archbishop is a strong victims' advocate dedicated to stamping out clerical sex abuse. But a closer look at his record reveals a different story.

In 2004, Gregory, then bishop of Belleville, Illinois, was held in contempt of court for refusing to release records related to a sex abuse case involving a retired priest.


In 2004, Bp. Gregory was held in contempt of court for refusing to release records related to a sex abuse case.


As archbishop of Atlanta, for years Gregory refused requests by victims' advocacy groups to release the names of credibly accused clergy.

Last November he relented, issuing a list of 15 predator priests. But the timing of the release — in the wake of the Theodore McCarrick scandal — was not lost on victims or their advocates, many of whom denounced Gregory's move as a cynical attempt at self-preservation, designed to deflect attention from his close relationship with McCarrick.

Another red flag: Abp. Gregory's list identified only 15 predator priests. Two days after the Atlanta clergy were named, Savannah Bp. Gregory Hartmayer identified 16 predator priests from his southern Georgia diocese.

This prompted a still-unanswered question: How could the diocese of Savannah, home to just 85,000 Catholics, have more predators than the archdiocese of Atlanta, home to 1.2 million Catholics?

Gregory's critics point to other blots on his record. In 2015, victims' advocacy group SNAP published the names of six predator priests who had victimized minors in other states and spent time in Atlanta. Though allegations against the men attracted media coverage in other states, in Georgia, they remained under the radar.

If the archbishop was truly concerned about clerical sex abuse victims, it was asked, why didn't he publicize the men's identities? Each was either credibly accused of or had admitted to sexual abuse of minors. Identifying them could have encouraged any Atlanta victims to step forward to claim justice.

In December, abuse victim "Phillip Doe" filed suit against Gregory and the Atlanta archdiocese, claiming they have "conspired, continue to conspire, and have actively engaged in efforts to" conceal clerical sex abuse.

In spring 2018, Abp. Gregory successfully undermined the Hidden Predators' Act, a Georgia bill that would have extended the statute of limitations from age 23 to 38 and allowed victims to sue their alleged abusers as well as institutions that enabled the abuse.

To many, Gregory's lobbying — occurring just three months before the McCarrick revelations broke — was the final proof that the archbishop doesn't fight for clerical sex abuse victims, as he claims, but against them.



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More BS from the POPE....Pope Francis issues law requiring clergy, religious to report sex abuse





Pope’s New Norms on Sex Abuse Leave Power in Hands of Bishops. The pope's new motu proprio on sex abuse allows the bishops to investigate themselves, cutting laity out of any investigation and failing to direct clergy to report abuse to secular authorities.

Pope Francis issues law requiring clergy, religious to report sex abuse

ROME, May 10, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Pope Francis on Thursday issued an apostolic letter that requires all priests and other religious to report to their superiors any credible accusations of clerical sexual abuse and cover-ups.

The Pope’s motu proprio is titled “You are the Light of the World” (Vos estis lux mundi), which is taken from the Gospel of Matthew and makes mandated reporters of the more than 415,000 priests and more than 700,000 religious women around the world. The document requires them to inform Church authorities when they become aware or have “well-founded motives to believe” that a member of the clergy or a female religious has sexually abused a minor or possessed child pornography, or when a superior has covered up any such crimes. It does not require that they report allegations to civil authorities.

The new law further provides whistleblower protections for those reporting on sexual abuse while also requiring dioceses to put systems into place by June 2020 to receive confidential allegations. Another key point in the new document is that it provides procedures for pursuing investigations when the accused is a bishop, cardinal, or religious superior. In the past, victims and accusers have complained that investigations against the hierarchy have languished, as was the case with the now disgraced former cardinal Theodore McCarrick.

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Wild Thing's comment........

This changes nothing, and in fact protects offenders.



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May 09, 2019

Awesome President Trump SURPRISE News Conference





President Trump SURPRISE News Conference




Wild Thing's comment.........

I LOVE this President. Best and most transparent president in my lifetime. It’s great to have a President that loves his Country and trying to fix all the problems created by those who hate out Country and are working to destroy it. Good straight talking Trump!!! Love it !


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President Trump Welcomes the 2018 World Series Champions The Boston Red Sox to the White House






President Trump Welcomes the 2018 World Series Champions The Boston Red Sox to the White House


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May 08, 2019

President Trump Rally in Panama City Beach, FL 5/8/19






President Trump Rally in Panama City Beach, FL 5/8/19


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President Trump arrives in Florida aboard Air Force One ahead of rally




President Trump flies to Tyndall Air Force Base to tour hurricane damage in Florida ahead of a campaign rally in Panama City Beach.


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May 07, 2019

Vice President Pence Delivers Remarks at the 49th Annual Washington Conference on the Americas




Vice President Pence Delivers Remarks at the 49th Annual Washington Conference on the Americas


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Awesome President Trump Pardons Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna




Awesome President Trump Pardons Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna
.....A military court had sentenced former Army 1st Lt. Michael Behenna to 25 years in prison



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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell delivers fiery remarks on the Mueller report






Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks on the Senate floor on his final thoughts on the Mueller report.


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First Lady Melania Trump's Be Best Anniversary Celebration




First Lady Melania Trump's Be Best Anniversary Celebration


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May 06, 2019

President Trump Presents the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy to the U.S. Military Academy Football Team





President Trump Presents the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy to the U.S. Military Academy Football Team


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President Trump Presents the Commander-in-Chief Trophy to the Army Black Knights





President Trump Presents the Commander-in-Chief Trophy to the Army Black Knights



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President Trump Presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Tiger Woods





President Trump Presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Tiger Woods



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May 05, 2019

Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on Trump's booming economy



Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney discusses the record breaking economic growth the U.S. is experiencing.



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Trumpy Bear giving the Teddy bear a run for its money





Trumpy Bear giving the Teddy bear a run for its money

Exceptional Products Vice President Elliott Brackett on the company's Trumpy Bear.


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Inside The Trump MAGA Hat Factory





Inside The Trump MAGA Hat Factory



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Judge Jeanine: Dems have turned into an angry, unreasonable mob





Judge Jeanine: Dems have turned into an angry, unreasonable mob


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May 04, 2019

Sarah Sanders: Democrats always manage to 'sink lower'




Sarah Sanders: Democrats always manage to 'sink lower'


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Firefighters Day Today !




Today is Firefighters day.

Firefighters Day was created in 1999 after 5 firefighters died tragically during a wildfire in Australia when the direction of the wind changed suddenly and engulfed them in flames. It is celebrated on May 4th because that is Saint Florian’s day, and Saint Florian, who was said to be one of the first commanding firefighters of an actual Roman battalion and saved many lives, is the patron saint of firefighters.

Few people deserve to be celebrated as much as these heroic men and women do, so let’s all make sure to celebrate Firefighters Day in their honor!



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President Trump Meets with the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic







President Trump Meets with the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic


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President Donald J. Trump: “Today, May 4th - is International Firefighters Day!



Donald J. Trump: “Today, May 4th - is International Firefighters Day! We remember all of those who put their lives on the line to save others, and are grateful to those who continue to do so 24/7/365. We love our great firefighters, thank you!


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President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk along the West Wing Colonnade




President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk along the West Wing Colonnade Thursday, May 2, 2019, prior to attending the National Day of Prayer service in the Rose Garden of the White House.

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National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow celebrates Trump economy's booming job numbers





National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow celebrates Trump economy's booming job numbers


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May 03, 2019

VP Pence backs AG Barr, reacts to Mueller fallout



VP Pence backs AG Barr, reacts to Mueller fallout


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Diamond & Silk blast 'racially insensitive' stunt at Barr hearing






Diamond & Silk blast 'racially insensitive' stunt at Barr hearing



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U.S.; Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw sY mar's Venezuela remarks are not based on facts or reality





U.S.; Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw sY mar's Venezuela remarks are not based on facts or reality

Rep. Ilhan Omar faces backlash for blaming Venezuela unrest on the U.S.; Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw reacts



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May 02, 2019

President Trump and The First Lady Participate in the National Day of Prayer Service





President Trump and The First Lady Participate in the National Day of Prayer Service


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Vice President Pence and The Second Lady Participate in the National Day of Prayer Service





Vice President Pence and The Second Lady Participate in the National Day of Prayer Service


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May 01, 2019

President Trump and The First Lady Participate in a Dinner for the National Day of Prayer





President Trump and The First Lady Participate in a Dinner for the National Day of Prayer


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Democrat Senator Joe Biden Gun-Free School Zones Act Responsible for DEATHS





The Gun-Free School Zones Act was introduced by Democrat Senator Joe Biden in October 27,1990.

This has caused scores of deaths of defenseless children and teachers.

According to the Crime Prevention Research Center, gun free zones have been the places where more then 92% of the mass shootings have occurred.

Seung-Hui Cho at Virginia Tech school shooting in April of 2007, shot 49 people, killed 32 and wounded 23. It was a gun free zone .





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Lindsey Graham BLISTERING Statement On Mueller Report And Hillary Clinton





Lindsey Graham BLISTERING Statement On Mueller Report And Hillary Clinton


Hearings to examine the Department of Justice's investigation of Russian interference with the 2016 presidential electio


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