Thursday, December 20, 2018

GREAT NEWS / BREAKING: President Donald Trump says he WILL NOT sign the current Senate-passed funding measure that would avert a government shutdown because it does not have funding for border security.


https://www.gofundme.com/TheTrumpWall



Text  #1:   I gave $20 to the go fund me to make a statement. I notice many people are donating $5 and probably to make a statement too 9:39 AM

Text  #2:  Richard-Griff here You commented a couple days ago that your son worried about your Redbull intake. That stuff is garbage, man. Try Yerba mate (pronounced yer-buh muh-tay) Thanks for what you do. I love it when Kenny calls in 9:39 AM

Text  #3:  Could you repeat the official gofundme website name for the wall? I don't want to go to a fake site. Thanks. 9:25 AM

Text  #4:   About Go-Fund-Me pages. Some of these are scams. I know a girl here in Colorado Springs that lives off go fund me pages. She makes a $100K to $300K a year with fake pages. Are you able to verify the go fund me page for the wall? You should caution your listeners. Thanks a bunch, love your show. Brian 9:22 AM

Text  #5:   This wall has nothing to do with security and everything to do with Trump making money. If Trump wants the Democrats to take him serious he would talk about increasing border security agents, drones, and other surveillance Technologies. Drop is better off building a large prison to Temporary house immigrants near the border. Mexicans Dope dealers have been moving dope through air, water and through tunnels so the talk of the wall is just stupid. What makes you think that they can't bypass and f****** wall 9:02 AM

Text  #6:  Hypothetical situation. Give Mexico and Honduras 10 billion dollars. Mexico builds the wall for 5 billion and keeps the rest. They can even hire illegals crossing from American into Mexico if they want. 8:59 AM

Text #7:  Govt  shuts down for Christmas break too. Plus when a big snow storm hits DC, the govt shuts down. 8:37 AM

Text #8:  Govt shuts down for Christmas break too. Plus when a big snow storm hits DC, the govt shuts down. 8:37 AM

Text #9:  Obama gave Iran 150 billion and not a peep from Dems or media and they supply arms that kill and maim our troops. 8:39 AM

Text #10:  Do gooders need to put up or shut up. Let a homeless person camp in their backyard and offer to sponsor an immigrant family and assume liability for them so they will not be on any govt assistance. 8:42 AM

Text #11:  Stolen ID might be paying taxes, but IRS will audit you for not reporting your other employment. Happened to my Dad for a number of years 9:10 AM

Text #12:  Been saying for a while now to tax money being sent out of the country. The govt has no issue taxing money you might make outside of the country or if you want to leave the US to avoid taxes. 9:13 AM

Text #13:  News report said 7 year old girl died of sepsis not dehydration. 9:15 AM

Text #14:  The solution to the immigration issue is not give them govt benefits. Then job creation with US money to those countries will work. 9:32 AM

Text #15:  The govt can tax anything that they want. 9:59

Text #15a:  The solution to the immigration issue is not give them govt benefits. Then job creation with US money to those countries will work. 9:32 AM

Text #16:  The govt can tax anything that they want. 9:59 AM

Text #17:  Good morning Richard. The best thing that would cause these foreign nations to be free and prosperous is to adopt our Constitution and become " We the People." The Wisdom of God birthed that document. Robert. 9:52 AM

Text #18:  I challenge the open border believers to " walk the walk " Post a sign at their front door proclaiming they are proud supporters of open borders. Therefore all illegals are welcome here. Please come in. 9:43 AM

Sunday, December 2, 2018



Dear Bill,
When I walked into this office just now I felt the same sense of wonder and respect that I felt four years ago. I know you will feel that, too.
I wish you great happiness here. I never felt the loneliness some Presidents have described.
There will be very tough times, made even more difficult by criticism you may not think is fair. I’m not a very good one to give advice; but just don’t let the critics discourage you or push you off course.
You will be our President when you read this note. I wish you well. I wish your family well.
Your success now is our country’s success. I am rooting hard for you.
Good Luck — George

Saturday, November 3, 2018

In case anyone is confused about my leanings... I lean slightly to the right of middle.


HERE ARE MY ELECTION SUGGESTIONS


Governor:  WALKER STAPLETON
Congressional District 5: DOUG LAMBORN
Attorney General: GEORGE BRAUCHLER
Secretary of State: WAYNE WILLIAMS
State Treasurer: BRIAN WATSON
State Senate District 2: DENNIS HISEY
State Senate District 9: PAUL LUNDEEN
State Senate District 11: PATRICK McINTIRE
State Senate District 14: SHANE SANDRIDGE
State Senate District 15: DAVE WILLIAMS
State Senate District 16: LARRY LISTON
State Senate District 17: KIT ROUPE
State Senate District 18: MARY ELIZABETH FABIAN
State Senate District 19: TIM GEITNER
State Senate District 20: TERRI CARVER
State Senate District 21: LOIS LANDGRAF
El Paso County Commissioner District 1: HOLLY WILLIAMS
El Paso County Commissioner District 5: CAMI BREMER
El Paso County Sheriff: BILL ELDER
El Paso Co. Clerk & Recorder: CHUCK BROERMAN
El Paso County Coroner:  LEON KELLY
CU Regent at Large:  KEN MONTERA
CU Regent, 5th Congressional:  CHANCE HILL
Amendment A:  YES
Amendment V: NO
Amendment W: YES
Amendment X: YES
Amendment Y: YES
Amendment Z: YES
Amendment 73: NO
Amendment 74: NO
Amendment 75: YES
Proposition 109:  YES
Proposition 110:  NO
Proposition 111:  YES
Proposition 112:  NO
El Paso County 1A:  YES
Colorado Supreme Court
Justice Richard L. Gabriel:  NO

Colorado Court Of Appeals
Judge John Daniel Dailey:  YES
Judge Rebecca Rankin Freyre:  NO
Judge Elizabeth L. Harris:  NO
Judge David J. Richman:  YES

Monday, October 1, 2018

Prosecutor who questioned Christine Blasey Ford dismantles Ford’s case in scathing detail



l, the prosecutor who questioned Christine Blasey Ford on behalf of Republican senators last week during an emotional hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, released a memo late Sunday detailing why no “reasonable prosecutor” would bring a case against Brett Kavanaugh given the “evidence” that exists against him.

“A ‘he said, she said’ case is incredibly difficult to prove. But this case is even weaker than that,” Mitchell said, explaining the case’s “bottom line.”

1. Ford has not offered a consistent account of when the alleged assault happened

Mitchell explained that initially Ford said the assault occurred in the “mid-1980s,” but later changed the date to the “early 80s.” But when she met with the polygraph administrator, Ford crossed out the word “early” for unknown reasons.

Ford has also described the incident occurring in the “summer of 1982” and her “late teens” — despite claiming it happened when she was 15.

“While it is common for victims to be uncertain about dates, Dr. Ford failed to explain how she was suddenly able to narrow the time frame to a particular season and particular year,” Mitchell said.

2. Ford has struggled to identify Judge Kavanaugh as the assailant by name

Mitchell explained Ford neither identified Kavanaugh by name during marriage counseling in 2012 or individual counseling in 2013. Ford’s husband claims she identified Kavanaugh in 2012, but Mitchell noted that Kavanaugh’s name was widely circulated as a potential Supreme Court pick should then-Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney have won the presidency.

“In any event, it took Dr. Ford over thirty years to name her assailant,” Mitchell wrote. “Delayed disclosure of abuse is common so this is not dispositive.”

3. When speaking with her husband, Ford changed her description of the incident to become less specific
According to Mitchell, Ford told her husband before they married that she had been the victim of a “sexual assault,” but told the Washington Post that she told her husband she was a victim of “physical abuse.”

“She testified that, both times, she was referring to the same incident,” Mitchell said.

4. Ford has no memory of key details of the night in question — details that could help corroborate her account

Mitchell explained:

Ford does not remember who invited her to the “party, how she heard about it, or how she got there”

Ford does not remember whose house the assault occurred or where the house is located with any specificity

Ford remembers very specific details about that night that are unrelated to the assault, such as how many beers she consumed and whether or not she was on medication

Perhaps the most significant hole in Ford’s memory, Mitchell said, is the fact that Ford does not remember how she returned home from the party.

Factually speaking, the location of the party that Ford identified to the Washington Post is a 20-minute drive from her childhood home. And it was only during her testimony last week that she agreed for the first time that someone had driven her somewhere that night. Ford remembers locking herself in a bathroom after the alleged assault, but cannot identify who drove her home.

Significantly, no one has come forward to identify themselves as the driver.

“Given that this all took place before cellphones, arranging a ride home would not have been easy. Indeed, she stated that she ran out of the house after coming downstairs and did not state that she made a phone call from the house before she did, or that she called anyone else thereafter,” Mitchell said.

5. Ford’s account of the alleged assault has not been corroborated by anyone she identified as having attended — including her lifelong friend

As widely reported, Mitchell explained that each individual Ford identified as having been at the party has submitted sworn statements — under penalty of felony — that they do not remember the party and cannot recall or corroborate any detail that Ford alleges.

6. Ford has not offered a consistent account of the alleged assault

Ford claimed in her letter to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) that she heard Kavanaugh and Mark Judge talking downstairs while hiding in a bathroom after the assault. But she testified that she could not hear anyone, and only “assumed” people were talking.

Meanwhile, Ford’s therapist’s notes show that she said there were four boys in the bedroom when she was assaulted. However, she told the Washington Post it was only two, and blamed the error on her therapist. Also, in Ford’s letter to Feinstein she said there were “me and 4 others” at the party. However, in her testimony, she said there were “four boys” at the party in addition to herself and Leland Keyser, her female friend.

Additionally, “Dr. Ford listed Patrick ‘PJ’ Smyth as a ‘bystander’ in her statement to the polygrapher and in her July 6 text to the Washington Post, although she testified that it was inaccurate to call him a bystander. She did not list Leland Keyser even though they are good friends. Leland Keyser’s presence should have been more memorable than PJ Smyth’s,” Mitchell said.

7. Ford has struggled to recall important recent events relating to her allegations, and her testimony regarding recent events raises further questions about her memory
Mitchell explained that Ford is unable to accurately remember her interactions with the Washington Post, such as what she told reporters or whether or not she provided them with a copy of her therapist’s notes.

Also of significance is Ford’s claim that she wished to remain confidential since she submitted her assault allegations to a person operating the Washington Post’s tip line. She testified that she did this due to a “sense of urgency,” claiming she did not know how to contact the Senate Judiciary Committee. However, she was unable to explain how she knew to contact the offices of Feinstein and Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.).

Also, Ford cannot recall if she was recorded, via audio or video, during the administration of her polygraph, nor can she remember if the polygraph was administered on the same day as her grandmother’s funeral or the day after.

“It would also have been inappropriate to administer a polygraph to someone who was grieving,” Mitchell said.

8. Ford’s description of the psychological impact of the event raises questions

Ford testified that she suffers from anxiety, PTSD, and claustrophobia, which explains her fear of flying. However, she testified that she has flown many times in the last year, and flies on a regular basis for her hobbies and work.

Meanwhile, Ford testified that the assault affected her academically in college. However, she never claimed it affected her in high school after the assault allegedly occurred.

“It is significant that she used the word ‘contributed’ when she described the psychological impact of the incident to the Washington Post. Use of the word ‘contributed’ rather than ’caused’ suggests that other life events may have contributed to her symptoms. And when questioned on that point, said that she could think of ‘nothing as striking as’ the alleged assault,” Mitchell explained.

Finally, Mitchell said the “activities of congressional Democrats and Dr. Ford’s attorneys likely affected Dr. Ford’s account.”

credit: summary courtesy of Chris Enloe & The Blaze.