My Utmost 3/19/19

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California Rep. Devin Nunes files $250 million lawsuit against Twitter

Representative Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) has filed a million dollar lawsuit against Twitter, accusing the social media site on Monday of “shadow-banning-conservatives” to influence the 2018 elections, according to Fox News. 

Nunes claims Twitter censored conservative-leaning viewpoints and “ignored” complaints of repeated abusive behavior, such as accounts made using the congressman’s name or members of his family. Some of these fake Twitter users are also named as defendants in the civil case. 

Nunes will seek $250 million in compensatory damages as well as $350,000 in punitive damages in court.


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Primary Arms: Be A Gun Ambassador


Over 30 million Americans participated in some form of shooting sports activity in 2017, and many of us consider it a passion. So why don’t we share it more? Many of us raise our kids with shooting sports, and that’s wonderful, but what about beyond that? The Outdoor Foundation reported in 2017 that the number of new Americans participating in outdoor recreational activities — things like hunting, shooting, fishing and hiking – is only narrowly outpacing the number of individuals who stop going outdoors for these types of activities every year, and it’s trending downward. Put simply: we aren’t creating a new generation of outdoor enthusiasts that will be larger than the last. If we want to continue to see growth in shooting sports, gun ownership, and participation in these outdoor recreation activities, it’s going to take some proactivity on the part of people like us who make these things a significant part of our daily lives.

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Colorado Gov. Jared Polis signs national popular vote bill into law

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The agenda to subvert the Constitution continues as another bellwether state negates the state’s voters in favor of the popular vote polluted with voter fraud.

David DeGerolamo


Colorado’s governor has signed into law a bill to have the state join others in bypassing the Electoral College system and casting their presidential electoral votes for the winner of the national popular vote.

Gov. Jared Polis signed Senate Bill 42 on Friday afternoon. He’d long said he supported the measure.


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Guns Politics and Freedom Episode

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We Are At The Gates Of Civil War… And Nothing Can Stop It

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CS Lewis On Theory of Justice: watch this multiple times

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My Utmost 3/18/19

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CS Lewis On Chivalry


Not a blend, or mix, but 2 distinct characteristics in one man.

All is not lost, if we understand and practice the art of Chivalry and depend wholly on God for our strength, courage and meekness (being defined as power under control).

It is not an outdated concept, it is, it seems, forgotten by society.

A time is coming which will test the very fabric of men.

Tick. Tock.

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Village Praxis: Mindset/ Action Vs Inaction By John Meyers

“…Thought is a means to the end of action, and most freedom activists have forsaken the cold, tough environment of action for the warm, safe bed of thought.”

– Boston T. Party

The State of the Empire is dismal. The irreversibility of the decline of Pax Americana is already set. Orange POTUS has stated in his State of the Union address that America will never become a socialist country on his watch. Sorry Mr. President, but given modern usage and understanding of the term, it’s too late. Everything from Social Security to using Eminent Domain for a wall building boondoggle along the southern part of the country that the State claims as its own property, and everything in between proves it. Not to mention, his proposed budget is the biggest in history. The Right still cheers.

One thing I’ve noticed since the rise of Trump is the incessant defense of the man in all areas by those in the Patriot movement. Anything that the man does is seen as an edict handed down by the orange Yankee liberal even if it is at odds with their basic core principles. The ultimate act of irony to me is his appointment of William Barr to be Attorney General. Yes, the same guy who defended Lon Horiuchi, who shot Vicky Weaver in the head while holding a baby and defended blanket federal immunity for all law enforcement agents no matter their crime. Silent they remain.

This phenomenon happens with every political faction when they take power, but it seems much worse this time than years past.  Every 2 to 6 years the parties swap domination rights and the opposition acts as though they will resist the authoritarianism of the party in control. Neither dominant political party in these united States opposes dictators. They merely want to be the dictators. The fabricated Culture War is in reality just a war among factions of Power running fedgov, not any legitimate opposition to the status quo.


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What Does Our Educational System Really Represent?

While the Varsity Blues scandal is receiving the attention that any media distraction is meant to garner, this is only part of the story. Consider the price of tuition inflation:

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And then there is the cost of textbook inflation:

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What does a college “education” get our children today? Massive debt to pay for tuition which is used to indoctrinate them into good little Socialist slaves. The salaries “earned” by university professors is outright theft.

What are the solutions? Take away government grants which are the real purpose of universities. Education is a front for government research at our high learning centers. Make universities subsidize their programs with their endowments instead of lining their pockets.

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The top 10 largest college endowments:

1. Harvard University: $36.4 billion 
2. Yale University: $25.6 billion 
3. University of Texas system: $24.1 billion 
4. Princeton University: $22.7 billion 
5. Stanford University: $22.2 billion 
6. Massachusetts Institute of Technology: $13.5 billion 
7. Texas A&M University system: $10.5 billion 
8. Northwestern University: $10.2 billion 
9. University of Pennsylvania: $10.1 billion 
10. University of Michigan: $10 billion

To put this into perspective:

If Harvard received only 1% return on its endowment, the return per each of its 6766 students would be $53,798. The tuition per student is currently $50,144. This means that every student at Harvard could be taught tuition free and the university would still make money.

Like the US penal system, the educational system is designed to cost taxpayers money while at the same time keeping a portion of the people in prison through bars or debt. Let’s hope that the Varsity Blues scandal will expose the rest of the rot in America’s educational system.

David DeGerolamo

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Parlaying Education for Pay into Rich Connections with Societal Control

By Dr. Ada Fisher

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The recent revelation of a long buried scandal for the children from privilege in buying admissions to prestigious institutions based on questionable grades, fixing standardized test scores, falsifying resumes and creating narratives with a misstatement of facts about their mediocrity, should result in penalties to the academic institutions which gave them preferential admissions. The examination of those seeking admissions should have their credentials scrutinized to prevent this pay to play in all phases of academia.  If our HBCUs can lose accreditation over lack of financial resources, should not Yale, Wake Forest, Georgetown, and Stanford (which are private), as well as UCLA, University of San Diego and the University of Texas at Austin and others being investigated have some sort of comparable penalties for allowing the selling of admission’s seats?   They may call it legacy admissions, but is not this a form of graft?  

For those of us who have heard for too long that affirmative action is wrong, what say ye to this flaunting of privilege by the rich who turn their fortunes into power whether in politics or on the courts or other bastions of control?   Nepotism whether in business, entertainment or even the news is evident where family connections seems to beat out equal competition.  These forces limit opportunity by consolidating more and more power into fewer hands.  Is this institutionalization of rich connections to continue in denying equal access to those who can earn their place without hook or crook?

The most corrupt force in academia is the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) where athletes are prostituted to bring in big bucks for educational institutions of all ilk’s.   Clearly the “one and done” policy for many major sports programs are nothing more than a farm team for professional athletes with little pretense of educational pursuits. It should be required of institutions in the NCAA that the GPAs and admission’s standardized scores of athletes be displayed compared to the general student body, graduation rates posted and income derived from their efforts disclosed.  Nike, Reebok, UnderArmour and other sportswear distributors should be banned from monopolizing shoes for institutions without this money going for academic scholarships and pay incentives to the athletes, not the coaches and athletic departments.

Student athletes at the college level should not only be paid, but as the courts have ruled, have control over their likeness.  Since at 18  people may legally be bound in contracts, it is a farce to ban those who are talented enough to play at the professional level making them wait until then have completed one year of higher education.  Though this and a degree might be nice, athletes can get hurt at any time and should maximize their earning potential while they can; after all, isn’t a tenet of education to help one earn a living? 

It is sad to see the number of people wearing sports paraphernalia for institutions to which they wouldn’t likely be admitted.  Coaches should be prohibited from being paid more than their institution’s president, chancellors or highest academic head.  Likewise the influence of compensated shoe contracts should be banned without this money going to the sponsoring institutions.  Do folks realize that college coaches are often paid more than the President of the USA?  

It is past time we deemphasized sports and entertainment in preference to careers which fulfill our hierarchy of needs for food, clothing and shelter.

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Another weekend, another French protest

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Socialism/Communism is Here

I tuned into the enemy of Freedom this morning Chuck Todd. He hasn’t gotten to the NZ story yet but, right now Beto is the next President and he despises the fact that he has White Privilege.

If you are a White Male in America you are hated by these Communist in the Democrat party and they aim to replace you by opening the flood gates.

If you aren’t watching the enemy media and learning about what they think you are not doing yourself any favors.

There is a battle already going on and if you are an Old School White Male you are in the crosshairs.

Globalism is coming for us.

Please Read This on Action vs. Inaction

No one is coming to save you and everything is your responsibility. Digest that.

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