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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets


Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump


Donald J. Trump

Sleepy Joe Biden has spent 47 years in politics being terrible to Hispanics. Now he is relying on Castro lover Bernie Sanders to help him out. That won’t work! Remember, Miami Cubans gave me the highly honored Bay of Pigs Award for all I have done for our great Cuban Population!

Donald J. Trump

0:10 / 0:59


2…………> Attorney General William P. Barr at the Funeral of Cleveland Police Detective James Skernivitz

Cleveland, OH ~ Friday, September 11, 2020
Good Morning. I am honored to be here on behalf of the United States Department of Justice to pay tribute to an American hero, Detective James Skernivitz. And Kristen, thank you for allowing me the privilege of honoring Jim today. On behalf of the department, the FBI, the entire federal law enforcement community, I extend my deepest sympathies to you, your family, Jim’s friends, neighbors, and colleagues.

Jim served with distinction, as we have heard, on the Cleveland police force for over 20 years. And in his final days, he was also a sworn officer of Operation Legend, a critical federal initiative to support state and local law enforcement in combatting violent crime here in Cleveland and in other cities. He died serving his city and the country, and both will be forever grateful. The stated mission of the Cleveland Division of Police is to “serve as guardians of the Cleveland community,” and Jim embodied that mission throughout his life. He was raised in this area, and as the chief just said, when he was asked why he wanted to become a police officer, he said because it gave him a chance to keep the city in which he grew up safe. And like so many in law enforcement, Jim was also a family man. He joined the force a year after he married Kristen and they raised their children together, while he served the city. And as we have heard, he was great at his work. He was the kind of person critical to making a successful department work. And while he never asked for recognition, he earned it, and we have heard of the many awards and distinctions that he garnered.

Two weeks ago I had the honor of visiting the gang impact unit where he worked, Jim served as part of the FBI task force in Operation Legend. As a veteran officer, he did not have to take on that dangerous mission. He could have let someone else do it, especially given the risks to police officers nowadays. But once again he volunteered, and once again he made a difference. I witnessed firsthand the superb work that he and his colleagues were doing to get violent criminals off the streets. It was only a few days after my visit that Jim was killed in the line of duty, making the ultimate sacrifice by laying down his life for the community he served.

Unfortunately, I did not know Jim personally, but in a sense I do know Jim. I know him well because I know the strength of character, the decency, the courage and the commitment, which although too uncommon in society generally, are common virtues in the ranks of America’s police. Jim represents what is great and good about our police. As has been said he was a policeman’s policeman. He epitomized the greatness of our police. And I pray his tragic death may help remind people, those that need reminding, of some of the basic truths, and help stop some of the vilification of the police that is going on these days in some quarters.

These are difficult days for law enforcement around the country. At a time when our officers have never faced greater danger and challenges, there are vocal, powerful forces, segments of society that vilify the police. Acts of resistance and physical violence against the police are not just tolerated, but sometimes glorified. Whatever one’s views are on the issue of the day, I hope people outside this arena pause and reflect on Jim’s sacrifice, and what it represents. Not just the sacrifice of his life, the ultimate sacrifice, but the sacrifice inherent in the vocation of policing. The grueling work, the gnawing stress, the ever present danger of sudden deadly violence, and the burdens and anxieties placed on family life.

I remember as I was growing up during the Vietnam War, some people were so blinded by politics that they vilified our soldiers and even spat on them. Fortunately, people have come to their senses today, and now people go out of their way to thank soldiers for their service, as well they should. You know during the first Gulf War when our troops rolled out of their bases to their embarkation points, there were crowds of people along the highway cheering them on. And when they came back there were ticker tape parades.

But when our police leave the precinct each day, to protect the safety of the community, there are no crowds cheering them and they do not get their ticker tape when they return home safe. And when they deploy, it’s not for a certain period of time, to accomplish a particular objective. Police are on deployment everyday of their service, and our police don’t have a final victory in their fight against crime. No matter how great the achievements on any day, the next day our officers put on the badge and do it all over again.

There is a special kind of courage and commitment to do this job. It’s the courage we saw 19 years ago on September 11, when officers responded to the attack on the World Trade Center, and Jim had that courage. Our officers don’t ask for thanks, but it’s time that the American people give our police the recognition and appreciation they are due, and thank them for the sacrifices they and their families make. That would be a great legacy, if we could bring some good out of the evil of Jim’s death and move closer to the day where the public recognizes the commitment and service and sacrifice of their guardians.

Jim, thank you for your sacrifice. Kristen, Bayleigh, Peyton and Matthew, thank you for your sacrifice. And thank all of you in blue in this arena and outside this arena for your service. God bless you all, and God bless the United States. Thank you.


3…………> Conceived Under The Nazis, Completed After WWII: Überläufer Films


During the Nazi dictatorship in Germany, Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels championed film art form, as he envisioned the movies as a key tool to control the masses, hence making cinema playing a prominent role as a tool for propaganda purposes, not only meant to entertain, but also to distract from the horrors of war.

After the war, Germany’s cinematic legacy fell into the hands of the Allies who didn’t quite know how to handle it at first, so the 220 films in this category concerned the blatant Third Reich propaganda films, that even today, 75 years after the end of World War II, only very few of these films are screened and only under special circumstances — the so-called “Vorbehaltsfilme” (conditional films) that include Veit Harlan’s notorious 1940 film Jud Süss (Süss the Jew).

Finally, there were a few dozen films that did not fall into any of the categories, precisely those that were later called “Überläufer” (literally, “defector”) films, works that were close to completion when Germany lost the war.


4…………> Ex-US President Jimmy Carter Discloses Who Smoked Pot With Willie Nelson on White House Roof

American country music legend Willie Nelson smoked marijuana on the roof of the White House with an insider while Jimmy Carter was the US president, a story confirmed in his 1988 autobiography, where he admitted the were up there with James Earl ‘Chip’ Carter III, who smoked a “big fat Austin torpedo” with Nelson on the White House roof, adding that the iconic musician promised him “not to ever tell anybody” about the incident.

In the documentary released on Friday, titled ‘Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President’, the ex-president said that the person who smoked pot with the country music legend on the Whites House roof was “actually” one of his children.

“When Willie Nelson wrote his autobiography, he confessed that he smoked pot in the White House one night when he was spending the night with me,” Carter said in the documentary, which explores the 39th US president’s ties with music and musicians, according to the Los Angeles Times.


5…………>  Two in Three Oregon Voters Oppose BLM Protests in Portland: Harming Race Relations?


Two-thirds of voters in the US state of Oregon oppose nightly Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests in the state capital Portland, and only 31 per cent of citizens approved of the protests against police brutality, which the majority view as violent and unhelpful to black people or race relations:

“Most voters do not believe that the protests are helpful,” the DHM report said, adding that 56 per cent or Oregonians “believe that the protests in Portland have been mostly violent.”



.6…………> A Message Of Peace


Leave the madness behind and listen to the music of eternal peace and hope, Christus Vincit circa 1982.



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Bibi1581 Blog For 03/26/2018: Morning Edition

1…………> “Let Trump Be”: Carter

“You know, I have confidence in the American system of government. I think ultimately the restraints on a president from the Congress and from the Supreme Court will be adequate to protect our nation if he serves a full term”.

 “But my own preference would be that he not be impeached, but that he be able to serve out his term because I think he wants to do a good job. And I’m willing to help him if I can help him, and give him the benefit of the doubt,” President Carter said.

The statements by one of the Democratic Party “board certified” liberals in defending President Donald “Schumer” Trump are a stark departure from cries by Maxine “Impeach him” Waters and other snowflakes to get rid of the New York developer currently sitting in the Oval Office. One cannot help but wonder if Mr. Trump’s wholesale betrayal of his base in signing the outrageous $1.3 trillion dollar budget bill has changed the cold winds of yesterday into warm and friendly “liberal best wishes” whispers of today.




2…………> Goodbye Remi: Bankrupt

The oldest gun manufacturer in the US, Remington Outdoor, a firm founded more than 200 years ago has filed for bankruptcy in the wake of slumping sales in the age of President Donald “Schumer” Trump, following a strong streak of ammo and gun buying during the reign of our 1st Muslim President, Grand Ayatollah Barack Obama.




3…………> BeeSpacecraft: China

The Chinese Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT) has announced the development of an aerospace vehicle capable of changing its shape during flight,
the body of a bee being the prototype for the creation of the spacecraft.

Designer Hu Guotun, said that “We have drawn inspiration from the bee’s abdomen structure, which allows the bee to flex freely and control the direction of flight.”

“During the second transition, the spacecraft moves for a while due to inertia,” the scientist continued, “modification of the shape and reduction of resistance in this way is of great importance for saving fuel,” he explained.



4…………> Investment Fraud: Binary Options

The former CEO of the Israel-based company Yukom Communications, a “fake” sales and marketing company, was charged in an indictment for her participation in a scheme to defraud investors in the United States and across the world in financial instruments known as “binary options.”

Lee Elbaz, 36, of Israel, was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and three counts of wire fraud, and that binary options were fraudulently sold and marketed. 


The indictment further alleges that Elbaz, falsely claimed to represent the interests of investors but that, in fact, the owners of BinaryBook and BigOption profited when investors lost money; by misrepresenting the suitability of an expected return on investments through BinaryBook and BigOption; by providing investors with false names and qualifications and falsely claiming to be working from London; and by misrepresenting whether and how investors could withdraw funds from their accounts.



5…………> Sailing Tall, Sailing Proud: US Navy

ARABIAN GULF (March 24, 2018)

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers USS Preble (DDG 88), USS Halsey (DDG 97) and USS Sampson (DDG 102) are underway behind the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Theodore Roosevelt and its carrier strike group are deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations in support of maritime security operations to reassure allies and partners and preserve the freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce in the region. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Michael A. Colemanberry (Released) 180324-N-NK192-1337

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