(vid) U of Alaska’s 9/11 final report released soon with film by Dylan Avery! – Richard Gage with Dan Dicks

WONDERFUL NEWS! University of Alaska’s 9/11 study’s final report due out in March. Dylan Avery’s high quality companion film to be out in one or two months as well!

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In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth interviews Richard Gage of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth about their partnership with the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) in releasing the draft report of a four-year computer modeling study of WTC 7’s collapse conducted by researchers in the university’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The UAF WTC 7 report concludes that the collapse of WTC 7 on 9/11 was caused not by fire but rather by the near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building.

Read the report:


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Joe in Alaska recalls Anchorage Newspaper’s hit-piece on my Dr. who treated patients with O2 they couldn’t patent

45:00 A caller, Joe in Nome, Alaska talks about the Anchorage Times or Anchorage Daily News’ hit-piece, in ’95 or ’96 on apparently Naturopathic Dr. Robert Rowen, who was my doctor here in Anchorage, and one of the pioneers of oxygen therapy, which has been found effective in treating the coronavirus illness!

Big Pharma discredits natural remedies that they can’t patent, because they’re more love-of-money than cure driven. Sadly, we don’t have medical freedom written into our Constitution, so Big Pharma is literally allowed to get away with murder, because of their methods that do more harm than good and successful methods they demonize.

Bernie Sanders’ health care being a “natural right for all” only includes the astronomically expensive Big Pharma love-of-money version. Natural remedies are not a “natural right.”

Dr. Rowen left Alaska, and now has a clinic in California.

Continue reading “Joe in Alaska recalls Anchorage Newspaper’s hit-piece on my Dr. who treated patients with O2 they couldn’t patent”

STUDY: Troubling Link Between Marijuana and False Memories — “Elevated false memories are the norm when THC affects memory retrieval”

Since Alaska has now legalized THC, what effect is this having on Alaska?

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These findings are deeply problematic in the context of crime.

memory is not a simple recall of a truth. Memory is more of a restructuring of what one may think is the truth. …

Marijuana and its main psychoactive ingredient THC have been found to impair memory before. Animal studies suggest regular marijuana use harms long-term memory skills. But a new study raises the stakes, linking using weed to false memories.

In a new study, researchers specifically examine the link between marijuana use and the formation of false memories.

Across three experiments, they found that marijuana consistently increases a person’s susceptibility to false memories — which they point out is especially problematic in the context of a crime, and cannabis-intoxicated witnesses and suspects. Continue reading “STUDY: Troubling Link Between Marijuana and False Memories — “Elevated false memories are the norm when THC affects memory retrieval””

2019 Record Warm Year for Anchorage, Alaska – 5 warmest years occurred in last 6 years

I remember the cold ’81-82 winter well, working the planes outside at Anchorage International in a string of below -20°F nights. One night was -33°F. But the previous winter, my first in Alaska, had a melting spell, like ours yesterday, but longer.

Anchorage’s winter temps are much warmer than interior Alaska’s because of the ocean’s warming affect.

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) – 2019 will enter the books as the warmest year on record for Anchorage. The average temperature for the year is 42.5 degrees Fahrenheit. The previous “warmest year” was 2016 with an average temperature of 41.9F. In fact, the five warmest years for Anchorage have occurred in the past six years. The records for Anchorage go back to 1954. …

Anchorage had a record year overall, breaking the all-time record high on July 4 by hitting 90 degrees. The previous record had been 85 degrees set on June 14, 1969. Continue reading “2019 Record Warm Year for Anchorage, Alaska – 5 warmest years occurred in last 6 years”

Jason Bermas’ sneak peek on Dylan Avery’s upcoming film on U of Alaska’s 9/11 study which refutes the official 9/11 story!!

The University of Alaska, Fairbanks has proven that the US government lied to us about 9/11. Even the media in Alaska has been almost totally silent on this important UAF study. Praise God for professor Hulsey for doing this landmark, multi-year study!

Architect Richard Gage, head of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 truth writes this:

Jason Bermas and Dylan Avery give a sneak peak into the beginning stages of filming our new mini-documentary of UAF’s study proving that the government’s report on the collapse of Building 7 is essentially fraudulent.

And yet this development went almost completely ignored in the mainstream media. This film plans on changing that silence.

Continue reading “Jason Bermas’ sneak peek on Dylan Avery’s upcoming film on U of Alaska’s 9/11 study which refutes the official 9/11 story!!”

4.0 aftershock jolts Anchorage area – almost 1 year after the 7.0

This M4.0 aftershock is almost in the same spot as the M7.0, almost a year ago in Nov. 30, 2018.


Anchorage is the light gray to the right of Cook inlet in gray.

Aftershocks are dwindling in magnitude and frequency, but they’re still coming almost a year later, and they’re not supposed to stop until 2021! ADN says:

The quake was centered in the same rupture patch as the M7.1 earthquake that shook Southcentral Alaska on Nov. 30, 2018, making it an aftershock of the larger quake. Continue reading “4.0 aftershock jolts Anchorage area – almost 1 year after the 7.0”

Flat Earth Follies: Mount Denali from Hilltop Ski Area, Anchorage, Alaska

How skewed “flat earth” claims can be.

The mountain they say is Denali is actually a nearby mountain we locals call “Sleeping Lady.”

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Flat Earth Follies: Mount Denali from Hilltop Ski Area

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Another Flat Earth Meme – another pile of lies…

It’s either a lie because they purposeful get these things are wrong or they are lying about their level of expertise.  I’ll let you judge which one but this level of dishonesty/incompetence is inexcusably disgusting.

Flat Earth Claim:

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Sen. Cathy Giessel’s serious character issues – punishes colleagues with silent treatment — Rep. Laddie Shaw on KFQD, 9/25/19

I’m posting this in hopes that she’ll change her ways — getting right with those she’s hurt, and those she’s influenced to be like her.

She claims to be a Christian, but acts like an oligarch. It’s time to repent.

Continue reading “Sen. Cathy Giessel’s serious character issues – punishes colleagues with silent treatment — Rep. Laddie Shaw on KFQD, 9/25/19”

(audio) Alaska State Rep. Laddie Shaw on being hijacked by Cathy Giessel

51:05 When Cathy Giessel questioned Laddie’s character

DAN FAGAN: “What’s going on with Senator Giessel?
LADDIE SHAW: “… When you talk about the potential of her being in the bully pulpit, she doesn’t have the courage to stand up to you individually, no question about it. She surrounds herself with good, strong lieutenants.”

Dan Fagan’s interview with Laddie starts at 50:00.

Listen here:

Dan Fagan Show Podcast 09-23-2019

Mornings 5:30 to 8am on NewsRadio 650 KENI Dan has special guest Laddie Shaw on to talk about his Ides of March Moment with Cathy Giessel plus all your phone calls!

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Sen. Cathy Giessel’s serious character issues – punishes colleagues with silent treatment — Rep. Laddie Shaw on KFQD, 9/25/19

KTVA: Fire did not cause World Trade Center Building 7 collapse, UAF study — Alaska CBS affiliate breaks MSM’s silence on groundbreaking Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks WTC 7 study, released Sept. 3, 2019

Proud of Alaska, Professor Hulsey & AE911Truth, headed by Richard Gage!

From: KTVA, Anchorage, Alaska

Fire did not cause World Trade Center Building 7 collapse, UAF study suggests

Friday, September 6th 2019

World Trade Center Building 7 was not struck by a plane, but collapsed hours after the twin towers on Sept. 11, 2001. A draft report released this week by researchers at UAF suggests that the fall was not a result of fires, despite the findings of the National Institute for Standards and Technology, an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, in 2008. …

Dr. Leroy Hulsey, a civil engineering professor at UAF, led the four-year study. According to the Institute of Northern Engineering’s website, the objective was to examine the structural response of WTC 7 to fire loads….

The UAF team’s findings contradict those of the 2008 NIST report, which concluded that WTC 7 was the first tall building ever to collapse primarily due to fire. Continue reading “KTVA: Fire did not cause World Trade Center Building 7 collapse, UAF study — Alaska CBS affiliate breaks MSM’s silence on groundbreaking Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks WTC 7 study, released Sept. 3, 2019”

Video: Bear sprints past cargo planes inside Anchorage International Airport

I used to work a few hundred yards from here.
At the very end of this short video, UPS freighter tails can be seen. Our NW Airlines cargo facility, where we did all the transloads, used to be between UPS and the trees showing behind the tails.
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From: ADN, 7/28/18
Rest of the story and video HERE

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Video: Bear sprints past parked planes at Anchorage’s airport

At first, James Batman thought a black, furry dog had sprinted by him at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, near where FedEx parks its cargo planes.

“Then I looked back again and saw it had no tail….

The bear had gotten into the area by burrowing under a nearby fence, said Trudy Wassel, division operations manager at airport. Airport staff had since repaired the area.

Wassel said the airport has two, full-time wildlife biologists to handle wildlife issues.

“We take it very seriously,” she said.

The airport borders Point Woronzof and Kincaid Park, areas where it’s not uncommon to see black bears, said Ken Marsh, a spokesman at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

DNA tests show 3 brown bears killed in Eagle River were not responsible for fatal mauling — Alaska Fish & Game's difficult situation

From: ADN
July 19, 2018

DNA tests have revealed that the three brown bears shot and killed in the South Fork Eagle River Valley last week were not responsible for the two maulings in the area in June that left one man dead and another injured, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. …

Fish and Game killed a brown bear sow and two cubs in the area on Friday. The agency compared DNA samples from the animals to DNA analysis taken from the scene of the two maulings. There was not a match.

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Lisa Murkowski Exposed: FEC Decision Clears Joe Miller’s 2016 Campaign of All Complaints; Shows Blatant Lies Used for Political Effect, Extreme Alaska Media Bias


Lisa Murkowski Blocked Effort to Protect US Power Grid — “Within 12 months of an EMP attack or a massive solar flare, between two-thirds to 90 percent of the U.S. population would perish!”

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Joe Miller wrote on Facebook on 6/29/18:

So if you want anyone to blame for (1) Roe v. Wade remaining legal (Murkowski being the deciding vote on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee); and (2) Obamacare not being repealed (she was the deciding vote), call the Chair of the Alaska Republican Party, Tuckerman Babcock. He’s the one who – under oath – claimed my campaign committed egregious campaign violations. And, of course, the Alaska media took it and ran with it. Continue reading “Lisa Murkowski Exposed: FEC Decision Clears Joe Miller’s 2016 Campaign of All Complaints; Shows Blatant Lies Used for Political Effect, Extreme Alaska Media Bias”

80 tons of salmon seized from Chinese fishing vessel

The fishing vessel is suspected of violating the worldwide driftnet moratorium called for the by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 46/215.

The USCG says the captain of the vessel admitted to fishing with driftnets, and investigators on the joint boarding team discovered one ton of squid and 80 tons of chum salmon on board. A driftnet measuring approximately 5.6 miles was also found on board the vessel, according to the USCG.


(vid) Anchorage airport maintenance means noise over our house for two summers! — Is the project even safe? Planes can only take off and land in one direction during crosswinds and tail winds!

Sharing my woes with you all. I like peace and quiet.
I’ve been dreading this, and tried to see if the planes could fly westerly when winds allow instead, to give us a little break at times. Unbelievably, the airport only has instruments on one side of the east/west runway (FAA’s decision), which need to be always used because some airlines unnecessarily require pilots to always use IFR instruments even on bright, sunny days.
Two of the officials in the conference call will also be affected by the noise because of where they live. They were frustrated nothing could be done. I left the conversation dumfounded. FAA and a few airlines’ ridiculous rules have left us in a one-way pickle.
Is this project even safe? As I write this, the wind is officially a strong crosswind from the south at 20mph, since planes can only take off to the east and land from the east.
What if crosswinds or tail winds are even stronger? I was told there is no workaround solution, and that planes will likely not be able to land at the military base. Landing in Fairbanks appears to be the only option, which is 260 miles by air and 360 miles by bus (if passengers have to be transported). Continue reading “(vid) Anchorage airport maintenance means noise over our house for two summers! — Is the project even safe? Planes can only take off and land in one direction during crosswinds and tail winds!”

Alaska’s only psychiatric emergency room is overflowing. It’s a sign of a system breaking down.

From: Anchorage Daily News

Anchorage’s emergency rooms are overflowing with psychiatric patients, a creeping problem that intensified this past year as a result of staff shortages at the state-run psychiatric hospital and a resurgence of meth use in the region, officials say.

Between July and January, there was a sixfold increase in the number of times officials at Providence Alaska Medical Center alerted police and paramedics that it was unsafe to continue bringing psychiatric patients to the hospital’s psychiatric emergency room and its main emergency room. While Providence doesn’t turn patients away, police and paramedics will seek to take the patients to other area emergency rooms first.

General emergency rooms aren’t built for psychiatric patients, who often stay for days on end and need special care, including around-the-clock monitoring. Officials and advocates say it creates a high-risk environment for caregivers and poor standard of care for patients.

“We’re really experiencing what I would call a crisis in our emergency departments, because of the number of psychiatric patients we’ve had to board,” said Becky Hultberg, the president and chief executive of the Alaska State Hospital & Nursing Home Association.

The influx also means longer wait times and more disruption for other emergency room patients with non-psychiatric problems.

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Deep State Tactics Used Against Trump Campaign Were First Employed in Alaska Murkowski/Miller GOP Senate Race

Joe Miller writes on Facebook:

In this outstanding article by Western Journalism, the author draws direct parallels between the Deep State hit on Trump and what Murkowski did in 2010.

Think maybe Murkowski is on the Deep State’s payroll?

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Analysis: The ‘Deep State’ Tactics Used Against Trump Campaign Were First Employed in GOP Senate Race

Recent reports that the FBI employed a “human source” to infiltrate the Trump campaign and special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing Russia investigation initiated by leaked documents stirred memories of the same tactics being used to help sway the outcome of a U.S. Senate race in 2010 against the Republican candidate.
The Wall Street Journal reported late last week that House Intelligence Committee members “sniffed out a name,” potentially implicating the FBI under President Barack Obama, of planting an informant close to then-Republican candidate Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
“This would amount to spying, and it is hugely disconcerting,” wrote The Journal’s Kimberly Strassel. “It would also be a major escalation from the electronic surveillance we already knew about, which was bad enough.”
The Washington Post added House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes has subpoenaed the Department of Justice for more information, but the agency has resisted, claiming the individual in question is a “sensitive, longtime intelligence source” for the FBI and the CIA. The informant has also helped in Mueller’s ongoing investigation.
The revelation of an FBI informant being placed close to a Republican political candidate brought to mind an experience I had working on the media team for U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller in 2010 in Alaska.
Miller shocked political watchers when he defeated incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the Alaska Republican primary. He had been down over 20 points just over a month before pulling off the upset win.
Murkowski — who had the most liberal voting record of any Republican up for re-election that year — responded by recanting on a pledge both candidates had made prior to the primary election day in late August to honor the results. Instead, the senator launched a write-in campaign as an independent in the middle of September in a bid to hold on to the seat that, between her and her father, had been in the family since 1981.
Early polling in the contest once again gave Miller a slight edge, but the race deadlocked by mid-October thanks to two events: the handcuffing of a reporter at a Joe Miller campaign event by an FBI informant and the leaking of the candidate’s confidential employee file to the media.
FBI informant Bill Fulton first showed up on primary election night in Anchorage, unsolicited, volunteering his security services to the candidate that evening following his victory.
Miller did not use security during the race before or after, with one exception of a town hall event at an Anchorage middle school in mid-October, where according to the terms of the contract, security was required. A member of the campaign staff contacted Fulton.
I was at the town hall where the informant took it upon himself after the event to handcuff Alaska Dispatch editor Tony Hopfinger.
Shortly before the incident, the journalist had broken into a circle of supporters Miller was speaking to and put a handheld camera in his face.
Miller indicated he was not giving an interview and left the room. Hopfinger followed him out into the hallway and ended up pushing an attendee into a set of lockers, apparently trying to catch up with the candidate. Miller left the building and not long thereafter Hopfinger got into a scuffle with the security team headed by Fulton, who ordered the reporter to be detained.I came out into the hallway in time to find Hopfinger in handcuffs, which I questioned Fulton about, telling him the optics looked horrible, but he did not stand down.
Fulton insisted Hopfinger needed to remain handcuffed until the police arrived and kept him in plain view as numerous reporters circled about, shooting footage of their detained colleague.
In a 2013 Huffington Post article titled “How Bill Fulton Infiltrated Alaska’s Right Wing As An FBI Informant,” the informant revealed that he voted for President Barack Obama and lauded his own actions that day.
“It completely solidified our position within the right wing,” Fulton said of the handcuffing incident. “Because there’s nothing the right wing likes more than you roughing up the left-wing media and such.”
“The left-wing completely attacked me, including Huffington Post, you b—–ds,” Fulton said. “I was working for you, you sons of b—–s, and nobody knew it.”
It cannot be overestimated the amount of negative media coverage the Miller campaign received as a result of the incident, with claims the candidate opposed freedom of the press. It did not matter that neither the campaign nor the candidate had directed the handcuffing.
In 2013, the Los Angeles Times also reported on the role Fulton played in the 2010 race questioning, “Why was FBI informant William Fulton involved in political campaigns?”
Miller noted in the piece that his race was the second in as many cycles in Alaska in which the FBI had played a part in the contest’s outcome, referring to a criminal investigation that almost certainly cost the late Sen. Ted Stevens his 2008 re-election bid. Stevens’ conviction was overturned just months after he lost the race to Democrat Mark Begich.
In a 2013 Facebook post, Hopfinger lamented the part the FBI had played in the outcome of the Miller-Murkowski race.
“Do we want the FBI dealing with cowboys like Bill Fulton who can change the outcome of political elections by, say, cuffing journalists?” he wrote.
“No wonder Farmer Joe and his friends worry about Big Brother,” he added derisively. “I don’t like the idea, either, of the FBI having a paid informant working inside a political campaign when the candidate himself is not the primary target of an investigation.
“Why would anybody run for office under those circumstances? Joe Miller should be more upset with the FBI/Justice Department than with Fulton.”
Miller is angered the FBI is engaging in political campaigns.
The former GOP nominee told The Western Journal, “The FBI’s involvement in elections is repugnant and undercuts a fundamental tenet of our Republic: that the People are an effective check on government.”
“Now, we have proof that the feds have been manipulating domestic elections,” he added. “Such action is not only treasonous, it could lead to dangerous political instability as more and more citizens realize their government is no longer controlled by the People.”
The second major incident that without a doubt influenced the general election outcome in Miller’s race was the leaking of his confidential personnel file. It was a move reminiscent of former FBI Director James Comey leaking his memos to The New York Times, with the intention of bringing about a special counsel.
Questions about Miller’s employment as an attorney with the city of Fairbanks began with a blog post by Murkowski supporter and former fellow state representative Andrew Halcro titled, “We Know Palin Quit … But why was Miller Fired? Say it ain’t so Joe.”
The story was fake news. Miller was not fired, but resigned of his own accord, and the candidate released his letter of resignation and other supporting documents during the primary, which countered the narrative.
However, a new version of the story came back in the fall, saying he had nearly been fired for voting in an online political poll on his and three co-workers’ computers and initially not telling the truth about it.
That narrative was also shown to be false, but Murkowski and the groups supporting her made that a focus of the multi-million-dollar negative ad campaign against Miller. Murkowski herself proclaimed during a debate that Miller — a West Point graduate and decorated combat veteran — was “not fit” to serve in the U.S. Senate.
It should be noted at this point, a Senate ethics complaint was filed against Murkowski for a sweetheart land deal prior to her 2010 re-election bid. She came under such public censure that she sold the property.
The leaked information about Miller led to unprecedented litigation, with multiple media outlets suing to gain access to his employee file. They ultimately prevailed.
When Miller went on national television to explain what happened, the negative narrative was countered, and he began to rise again in the polls.
However, the former mayor of Fairbanks Jim Whitaker (a Republican who endorsed Obama) played the part of Comey, claiming through the closing days of the race that Miller engaged in wrongdoing. He participated in both television and other media interviews alleging the Republican candidate had even been involved in criminal conduct while employed at the borough.
Never mind that Miller was employed for a year-and-a-half following his alleged illicit conduct in question, which had been fully investigated and resulted in a temporary letter of reprimand. The letter should no longer have even been in his file when he ran for office.
Miller sued Whitaker and the borough after the election and won a judgment in his favor.
Miller’s supervisor Rene Broker admitted, under oath, during the litigation that he had engaged in no criminal conduct while in the employ of the borough.
Miller remains a lawyer in good standing in the Alaska bar to this day, which would not be the case if he had committed any significant ethical wrongdoing.
But as far as the outcome of the 2010 race, the damage had been done. The incumbent Murkowski beat Miller 39 to 35 percent, with the Democrat candidate taking the rest.
The “deep state,” if you will, prevailed. Whether the same tactics can be used to ultimately bring down Trump is playing out before our eyes. (For more from the author of “Analysis: The ‘Deep State’ Tactics Used Against Trump Campaign Were First Employed in GOP Senate Race” please click HERE)
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Sarah Palin's son arrested for assaulting his father — Told Todd to shoot him, went through the window, put Todd on the ground, hitting him in the head. Todd escaped, bleeding, liquid coming out of his ear…

From: Anchorage Daily News

Track Palin, son of former Gov. Sarah Palin, arrested for assaulting his father

Track Palin, the 28-year-old son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, was arrested on assault and burglary charges….

(vid) States Rights? – Alaska Rep. Don Young apologizes to Washington state congresswoman – What really happened

According to the Constitution, there shouldn’t be any federal ownership of land in Alaska, so also no federal rulership of it. It’s up to Alaska to decide.

The congresswoman from Washington state thinks otherwise, as the Constitution isn’t followed much these days. 84-year-old, 23 term congressman Don Young gets upset, breaks protocol and even uses an expletive, which he knows full well is wrong. And then says he didn’t say ‘damn’ when he clearly did.

The house suspends discussion for five minutes, after which Don Young apologizes, which definitely does appear genuine, and is accepted. But will the media play the footage of the apology? No way. We an watch it here though.

Here is the entire interaction, how it really went down:

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Skousen: Obamacare Reform and Repeal Dead in the Water – Alaska’s Liberal Republican Lisa Murkowski’s Role

World Affairs Brief, July 28, 2017 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.

Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com).

This Week’s Analysis:

White House Scrambling to Cope with Total Media Onslaught

Congress Decides to Investigate Hillary

Trump Hires a Fixer to Stop Leaks

Obamacare Reform and Repeal Dead in the Water

China Preparing for North Korean War

Trump and New Judges

Preparedness Tip: Radiation Remedies, Part II



Sadly, even though nominal Republicans control both the House and the Senate, they can’t muster a majority to replace Obamacare nor repeal it. The latter attempt was on center stage this week in the Senate. As NBC gloated,

The Senate yesterday once again voted down a measure to repeal Obamacare. NBC’s Leigh Ann Caldwell: “Senate Republicans delivered another blow in their effort to dismantle the Affordable Care Act when they failed to pass a repeal of the Obama-era law on Wednesday afternoon. The vote, which is one of many expected during the ongoing health care debate, only garnered the support of 45 Republicans, short of the 50-votes necessary. Sens. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., Susan Collins, R-Maine, Dean Heller, R-Nev., and John McCain, R-Ariz., and Rob Portman, R-Ohio, Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, and surprisingly Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., the chair of the Senate Health Committee, joined all Democrats in voting against it. The defeat eliminates the chances of Congress sending a nearly-full repeal of the law to President Donald Trump to sign.”

NBC does bring up the massive media campaign the Left has created to overwhelm Republicans with fear of cutting Obamacare subsidized benefits:

Health care opponents have spent $15 million on ads opposing the Senate GOP legislation, while supporters haven’t spent a dime: As for the ad spending in the health-care fight, here’s what one of us has written: “The Republican senators whose votes are crucial to the fate of health care in America have faced a $15 million barrage of TV advertising from outside groups opposing the GOP legislation — and no air cover from any group backing the bills.

According to ad-buying tracker Advertising Analytics, groups opposing the GOP health care push have spent $14.8 million since May on TV ads targeting 13 key senators, with even more ad buys rolling in daily as the debate in the Senate reaches fever pitch. No groups have run ads in those states in support of the ever-evolving Republican legislation to repeal and replace parts or all of Obamacare.”

In response and out of obvious frustration, Trump loyalists issued threats against those RINO Republicans who even back debate on the repeal issue. This backfired immediately as the targeted liberals ran to their buddies in the media to complain about the threats:

The Alaska Dispatch News says that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke called Alaska’s two senators to warn them that Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s “no” votes on health care had put the state’s future with the administration in jeopardy.

As for that news from Alaska — that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reportedly threatened that Sen. Murkowski’s “no” votes could have consequences for the state — it likely will launch, at a minimum, an inspector general investigation. It’s not insignificant that the state’s other senator, Dan Sullivan, talked to Alaska media about the threat. Sullivan has been a reliable “yes” vote for Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Whoever thought up the idea of threatening Alaska over its single liberal Senator needs a lesson in political reality. These kinds of threats only work on conservatives—not dedicated Left/liberals who have the press on their side.

Thursday night, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made a last ditch effort to repeal by submitting a “skinny repeal” bill two hours before a midnight vote. The bill would do the following:

Repeal the individual mandate

Repeal the employer mandate

Increase caps on tax-free contributions to health savings accounts

Repeal the medical device tax

Defund Planned Parenthood

Liberal Republicans who have stood in the way of every repeal attempt would only support this bill if House Speaker Paul Ryan agreed to hold an immediate conference committee to work out the differences between the House bill and the “skinny repeal” bill which they don’t want to become law “as is.” The conferees from both House and Senate can change the bill at will and then it is presented to both houses for an “yes or no” vote—no amendments allowed. The Left/Liberal Republicans were hoping to control the conference process in their favor.

But because they could not guarantee the outcome, Sen. John McCain cast the deciding “no” vote at nearly 2am in the morning, along with Leftist Republicans Susan Collins and Lisa Murkosky, defeating the bill 51 to 49. McCain’s legacy will go down, like John Roberts, as the Republican that gave us Obamacare. VP Pence was on hand to break the tie if necessary. Sen. McConnell finally conceded that the Republicans failed and now it was the Democrats turn to present some new proposal. Why should they? They already have Obamacare.

Chuck Baldwin: No Hope In Trump; No Hope In DC – There is only one course of action for freedomists: SECESSION — Donald Trump is finishing what G.W. Bush began. Bush forever destroyed the influence of genuine Christian patriotism in this country with his phony brand of warmongering Christianity. Now, Trump is forever destroying the influence of the Tea Party/Patriot movements in this country with his phony brand of warmongering/Police-State-building “nationalism.” • And this time the fallout will be fatal!

From: chuckbaldwinlive.com

No Hope In Trump; No Hope In DC

Published: Thursday, April 27, 2017

At this point, people who are still holding out hope that Donald Trump is going to drain the swamp and save America are delusional. In less than 100 days, Trump has taken America to the precipice of World War III. He has filled his administration with Goldman Sachs banksters, CFR globalists, New World Order Zionists, and warmongers. Trump refuses to prosecute Hillary Clinton for egregious crimes against our country, but he is vowing to prosecute Julian Assange, a man whose “crime” is publishing the truth he receives from whistleblowers about the criminal conduct of the U.S. government. Plus, Assange isn’t even an American. He is an Australian. What jurisdictional authority does President Trump have to arrest and prosecute a citizen of another country who has committed no crime in the United States? None! And if all of that is not bad enough, Donald Trump killed more innocent men, women, and children last month than Syria, Iran, North Korea, Russia, and China combined.

See this report:

More Than 1,000 Civilians Reportedly Killed By U.S.-Led Airstrikes As Trump Expands War On Terror

And this one:

Law Of War? Civilian Deaths In US Strikes In Syria, Iraq Soar Under Trump

No, Donald Trump is not going to drain the swamp; he has completely immersed himself and his administration in the swamp–just like every President of recent memory before him. And every 100 days of his administration from this day forward will only reconfirm this obvious reality.

At some point, the people who thought that Donald Trump was an outsider and “anti-establishment”–and the ones who continue to sacrifice their principles defending him in the forlorn hope that they are going to ride his coattails to glory–will be forced to awaken to the stark reality that either Donald Trump was totally disingenuous from the beginning or he has already capitulated to the swamp creatures ensconced in Washington, D.C. Either way, there is absolutely no hope in Donald Trump. And neither is there any hope in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C., is totally and thoroughly corrupt. It is run by bloodthirsty, conscienceless subhumans who will stop at nothing until they bring Armageddon upon the entire world. DC is nothing more than a coven of perverted, putrid, parasitic, pathetic, pompous, pretentious, prideful, pathological purveyors of global pestilence.

How long will freedom-loving Americans continue to believe the empty promises of phony politicians? How long will they continue living in the fantasy that somehow Washington, D.C., is going to see the error of its ways, repent, and return the nation to constitutional government? How long will they continue to look the other way while the swamp creatures in Washington, D.C., corrupt the minds and hearts of their children in these institutions of propaganda called public schools? How long will they continue to allow the swamp creatures in Washington, D.C., and their bottom-feeding serpent buddies at the Federal Reserve and on Wall Street demolish sound money principles and destroy a free market economic system? How long, folks? How long?

Donald Trump is finishing what G.W. Bush began. Bush forever destroyed the influence of genuine Christian patriotism in this country with his phony brand of warmongering Christianity. Now, Trump is forever destroying the influence of the Tea Party/Patriot movements in this country with his phony brand of warmongering/Police-State-building “nationalism.”

The truth is, Trump started drowning in the swamp even before he was inaugurated. Most of the people in his administration could have been picked by ANY of the other neocon Republican presidential candidates. Right now, Washington, D.C.’s neocon warmongers are gushing all over Donald Trump.

On the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) recently said that on foreign policy “I am like the happiest dude in America right now. We’ve got a president and a national security team that I have been dreaming of. . . . I am all in. Keep it up, Donald.”

Ladies and gentlemen, please understand that the single issue that defines a neocon (i.e., Lindsey Graham, John McCain, Paul Ryan, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, G.W. Bush) and a neolib (i.e., Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Harry Reid) is foreign policy. To the swamp creatures in Washington, D.C., everything is defined by foreign policy. Everything! These are beasts of prey. They feed on the blood and carcasses of the dead. They are enriched by war; they crave war; they promote war; they create war.

Donald Trump ran on the coattails of Pat Buchanan and Ron Paul. Most of what Trump trumpeted (no pun intended) was proclaimed and popularized by Buchanan and Paul. They failed to win the White House. Trump succeeded. Do you really think Pat or Ron would have filled their administrations with globalists, billionaires, international bankers, and CFR members? Do you really think Pat or Ron would have turned control of the White House over to two ultra-liberal globalist Zionists such as Jared and Ivanka Kushner? Do you really think Pat or Ron would have launched 59 Tomahawk missiles on a sovereign nation without our country being attacked or consent from Congress? Do you really think Pat or Ron would take America to the precipice of World War III before finishing their first 100 days in office? Hell no!

Donald Trump ran on Pat Buchanan and Ron Paul’s platform of constitutional populism, but he didn’t really believe it. Like G.W. Bush betrayed the Christians who elected him, Donald Trump has betrayed the constitutionalists who elected him. And this time the fallout will be fatal–especially if, as it appears, Trump takes America into another war–or even nuclear war.

No one will ever believe the campaign rhetoric of constitutionalism and populism again. Trump has poisoned the pot. The Democrat Party is plunging further and further into radicalism, extremism, and socialism. But four years from now, people will embrace the radical leftist agenda of the Democrats over the phony constitutionalist agenda of Donald Trump. Then, watch out! Katy bar the door!

Face it: G.W. Bush gave us Barack Obama, and Donald Trump may give us…the antichrist.

From this point onward, freedomists need to “get religion.” I mean they need a revelation. They need to come to the disconcerting decision that there is NO HOPE in Washington, D.C.

There is only one course of action for freedomists: secession. The only other alternative is slavery.

And people need to understand that the spirit of secession is sweeping the globe. Currently, there are 42 separatist movements underway in Africa; 68 in Asia; 107 in Europe; 16 in North America; 18 in Oceania; and 9 in South America. That’s a total of 260 active separatist movements going on RIGHT NOW.

During the past few years, secession movements among states of the United States include Alaska (2006, 2017); California (2010, 2015 – 2017); Florida (2015); Georgia (2009); Hawaii (2011, 2017); Montana (2008); New Hampshire (2012, 2017); Oregon (2016); South Carolina (2010); Texas (late 1990s, 2009, 2017) and Vermont (2003, 2005 – 2007, 2017). This does not include the secession movement currently underway among the Lakota Indians in Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The answer has NEVER rested in Washington, D.C. It has always been a fatal mistake for people to expect an answer from Washington, D.C. The answer has always rested with “We the People.” Always! History proves that the bigger central governments become, the more tyrannical they become.

And the fact is, the United States is much too large and too populous to maintain liberty. Increasing population has taken government further and further away from the People. Politically speaking, the only thing that has thwarted Washington, D.C.’s total takeover of the states is the Electoral College system. But a rancid public education system, a cowardly pulpit, a corrupt news media, and runaway political correctness have brought liberty to the brink of destruction. Only the states can recapture the spirit of liberty–ONLY THE STATES! But which states is the sixty-four million dollar question. (My money’s on the Rocky Mountain states–which is one of many reasons why I was led to move here.) Continue reading “Chuck Baldwin: No Hope In Trump; No Hope In DC – There is only one course of action for freedomists: SECESSION — Donald Trump is finishing what G.W. Bush began. Bush forever destroyed the influence of genuine Christian patriotism in this country with his phony brand of warmongering Christianity. Now, Trump is forever destroying the influence of the Tea Party/Patriot movements in this country with his phony brand of warmongering/Police-State-building “nationalism.” • And this time the fallout will be fatal!”

Painting of Decapitated Trump Allowed to Hang at University of Alaska

UAA was already bad when I attended there in the mid to late ’80s — naked paintings by art students lined the art’s building hallway • nudity in plays • psych, science and history department lies! Much evil originates from this publicly funded University. Many students have lost their faith, while most pastors say nothing.

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From: truthrevolt.org

Painting of Decapitated Trump Allowed to Hang in Art Gallery at U of Alaska

Oh, right, “art.”


A painting depicting the severed head of President Trump hangs in a University of Alaska-Anchorage art gallery with not much fuss at all.

Created by an assistant professor, Thomas Chung, the painting features a naked actor Chris Evans — yeah, the Captain America — holding the head of the president as blood drips down onto a young Hillary Clinton dressed in white, clinging to the leg of Evans.

Chung said his reason for the brutal painting was a result of him spending “days just weeping” after election night and that his feelings on Trump’s victory just “bled into that.” Apparently literally.

Though he was hesitant to submit the work for a faculty art show knowing the controversy it would stir, Chung figured at the very least, it would start a conversation:

“I was really torn about putting this piece up a faculty show, because I would never talk about my own political beliefs to my students. I would never push that upon them and make them feel uncomfortable, and so I wondered to myself if putting up this painting was in a way doing that. But I realized that I feel very strongly about this, and I think even students that might be pro-Trump supporters could benefit from having a conversation with me about why I feel this way — why I painted this.”

Does anybody believe a Trump-hating professor would hide those political feelings from students? Didn’t think so.

A former UAA professor, Paul R. Berger, spoke out from his conservative perspective: “First thing that comes to mind is freedom of expression, fair enough (although, I might wager the severed head of our former president might illicit a different response from the administration of UAA and their student body). The second is public funding of our university system.”

Berger also made the astute observation that a severed Obama head would illicit a completely different reaction:

“Had the roles been reversed, and it was Obama’s head hanging there, I think the outrage would be fantastic. As a free speech advocate, everyone has a right to express their opinion the way they want to express them. But as a parent and a citizen, there’s a discussion. In a university setting, what’s appropriate?”

Chung’s “art” had the full backing of the university’s fine arts department:

“I guess the people are upset about the work that’s being shown. If they were taking a class at the university and made art that was considered controversial, no matter what their political or religious bent is, we would do our best to protect them and protect their rights to make that kind of work in the institution, whether it would be a student or faculty.”

That would not be the statement if that was Obama’s head bleeding out.


UAA art professor finds himself the target of threats for Trump painting ADN

Trump severed head painting at UAA sparks debate KTUU

Paul R. Berger’s Facebook post

(audio) Dr. Nick Begich w/ John B Wells – 3/30/17 – Caravan To Midnight

Posted with permission from CTM

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Episode 715 – Dr. Nick Begich

Thursday March 30th 2017

In this edition we welcome first-timer Dr. Nick Begich to enlighten us on several different topics ranging from brain performance to gaming research, electronic telepathy, left and right brain coordination, and tribalism. But first, friend of the Caravan Jack Sen comes aboard during the news section to discuss the latest developments of Brexit, while also surprising us with how long Great Britain has been a part of the European Union.

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Dr. Nick Begich

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