Monthly Archives: November 2014

Rudy Giuliani Getting Ferguson Right

File this under “giving credit where credit is due.” I’m not a big fan of Giuliani because of his foreign policy hawkishness and his social liberalism. I was especially ticked at him when he grandstanded in the debate against Ron Paul on the issue of blowback. (Which actually ended up backfiring on him significantly.) But you can’t deny that the guy has a pair of nads. Twice recently he has defied the mob on Michael Brown.

First, he went after the “black lives don’t matter” mantra by pointing out the very high black on black crime rates, which the PC peddlers don’t riot about. Importantly, once he said it, he stood his ground. The worse thing you can do when combating the forces of PC is give ground. Of course the liberals went bonkers, but I saw at least two stories from liberal or mainstream (same thing) sources saying that … well … ummm … Giuliani was right.

Now he makes a point publicly that I have been making all along. The case against Officer Wilson should have never even gone to the grand jury. He should have been clear before it, because there clearly was no case. Fort the record, once again, yours truly is a “thought leader.” That sound you hear is me patting myself on the back. 😉

…former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani said on Sunday that prosecutors shouldn’t have tried to indict him in front of a grand jury in the first place. Doing so, according to Giuliani, was political theater.

“I don’t see how this case normally would even have been brought to a grand jury,” said Giuliani, a former prosecutor, on Fox News Sunday. “This is the kind of case—had it not had the racial overtones and the national publicity—where a prosecutor would have come to the conclusion that there is not enough evidence to present to the grand jury.”

On a related “giving credit where credit is due” note, I don’t have much use for Rep. Peter King (R-NY) because he is an uber-hawk, but he stirred the Michael Brown pot recently as well, by suggesting that Obama should invite Officer Darren Wilson to the White House.

Rumor has it that Giuliani is considering another Presidential run in 2016. I won’t support him for obvious reasons, but I’ll admit I’m inclined to be less hard on him.

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My Email to the Big Mountain Club

Shame on the Big Mountain Club for endorsing the efforts of a Soros funded group of Cultural Marxist PC thought enforcers. You could have washed your hands of the situation involving Spencer and Scheunemann without endorsing a group of PC enforcing thugs. I thought Montana was supposed to be a land of rugged. manly, Western men known for their independence and courage. Well that image is obviously mistaken in your case , because y’all just kissed up to a group shilling an East and West Coast attitude of no tolerance of deviation from approved groupthink. Turn in your Montana man cards. Y’all just forfeited the right to carry them.

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Richard Spencer vs. Randy Scheunemann, an Update

There has been some new developments in the case of Richard Spencer, Randy Scheunemann and the private ski club to which they both belonged. This story has been around for a while. I’m pretty sure we covered it before. Probably on the pre-crash site. I’m pretty sure that Spencer has given his side before. I won’t recap it here because Spencer re-tells the story at length in this new post at Radix Journal.

What has changed since this situation first came up, is that a group has formed in Montana to protest the presence of Richard Spencer in their community, a development we covered here. How they got wind of this and why the situation came to a head a bit after the story first broke, I don’t know. The outcome of the original story was that Scheunemann had quit the private ski club in protest, and Spencer remained on as a member. The new development is that Spencer has now resigned from the ski club as well. As with a lot of resignations, one could be excused for assuming there might be more to the story. (Chuck Hagel anyone?) Was Spencer asked to leave? Was it made known to him that life at the club would be unpleasant for him if he remained?

The Big Mountain Club has responded to the situation. While the club’s response confirms in some respects Spencer’s side of the story and confirms that Scheunemann was, shall we say, misremembering events, it is otherwise craven PC a** kissing. They say they “applaud and support” the efforts of the PC thought enforcers Love Lives Here.

From the Whitefish Pilot story:

The resort says the Big Mountain Club is not a political organization and will remain that way.

“That being the case, we won’t tolerate hate or inappropriate conduct,” the resort notes.

“Any suggestion that the Big Mountain Club has sided with a white supremacist in this matter is false, defamatory and contrary to what the Big Mountain Club and Whitefish Mountain Resort stand for.”

The resort says it stands behind the local group Love Lives Here in the Flathead Valley, which organized a rally Nov. 17 to ask Whitefish City Council to pass a “no hate” ordinance.

“Indeed it is the individuals of the community who can and should have the most impactful voice on a topic of this nature and Whitefish Mountain Resort and the Big Mountain Club appreciate, applaud and support their efforts to highlight the amount of love and tolerance in our community.”

In other words, the club supports the efforts of a Soros funded (thanks to Hawthorne for this intel) group intended to stamp out dissent and make us all good little PC thought slaves. I’ll concede that the club has an interest in not having itself in the headlines on a story like this, but to openly embrace the Cultural Marxist jihadists is cowardly and pathetic and was unnecessary. They could have easily washed their hands of the incident without cutting off their intellectual balls and handing them to Love Lives Here.

Their contact page is here. I encourage everyone reading this to contact them and call them out for their cowardly PC cave in.

More on the Cosby Clinton Rape Allegation Connection the Media Refuses to Make

This is a follow-up to my previous post.* Others are noticing.

Here is Matt Walsh at The Blaze.

Here is Bob Allen at Political Outcast.

* For those wondering why I didn’t just update my previous post, once a post falls so far down the screen, it doesn’t get looked at much. I really want everyone to read Walsh’s article. Not only does he make the Clinton connection, he also calls out the entertainment industry for their double standard in dropping Cosby like a hot potato but having no problem with Roman Polanski or Bryan Singer. Take a look at it.