Monday, September 26, 2016

Larwyn's Linx: Kaepernick, Charlotte, and the Radical Division of America

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Kaepernick, Charlotte, and the Radical Division of America: Scott Keisler
The FBI Investigation of EmailGate Was a Sham: John R. Schindler
27 things we learned from Clinton's FBI files: Sarah Westwood

Donald Trump Interview: Full Measure
James T. Harris on Obama’s pathetic, divisive legacy: Watcher
Moonbat Bloomberg Host On Hillary: She Does Not Lie: Shifra

Roughly 1-in-30,000,000 police stops of blacks result in unjustified killings: Epigone
Where Does Black Lives Matter's Anti-Semitism Come From?: Philip Carl Salzman
Soros Funding Fake Veterans PAC To Take Trump Down: Tiffiny Ruegner

Debate fix is in…for Hillary Clinton: Howie Carr
Clinton camp signals foul play before debate even begins: Exam
Paula Jones Wants To Join Gennifer Flowers In The Front Row At The Debate: RWN

Obama's Email Alias With Clinton Raises Disturbing Questions : Ari Lieberman
Democrat hopes of winning Senate fade: Mike DeBonis
Video: Unsteady Hillary Clinton Descends Stairs in New York City Sunday: Kristinn Taylor


Finance Is Not the Economy: Unz
Walmart workers refuse to make cop's retirement cake: Todd Starnes
Everyone thinks they are middle class: The false perceptions many Americans hold.: MyBudget360

Scandal Central

And now the dead are eagerly voting in Colorado: Jazz Shaw
Benenson Has Trouble Explaining Why Top Clinton Aide Asked for Limited Immunity: Chandler Gill
Luck holds for Hillary Clinton; Judge rules State can hide 5,600 emails: Jon Fingas


Obama's Colossal Email Lie Final Test for Tarnished MSM: Roger L. Simon
Juanita Broaddrick would confront Hillary if Trump invited her to debate: Kyle Olson
Obama gives Hillary unintentionally hilarious debate advice: Doug Powers

Steve Clevenger's Tweets vs. Isaiah Crowell's Instagram: Steve Sailer
Is News Media Avoiding Showing Trump’s Large Crowds?: Sharyl Attkisson
Huma Humiliated: Abedin Steps Out Following Estranged Husband’s Teen Sex Scandal: DailyMail


The Gathering Nuclear Storm: Mark Helprin
Europe Needs A Strong America To Stop Political Correctness: Ginni Thomas
US military hits another Islamic State chemical weapons facility in Iraq: Bill Roggio

4 Stages of Islamic Conquest: Civilus Defendus
Trump Sees the Jihadist Trojan Horse: Ted Belman
WARNING GRAPHIC: ISIS Executes 100 Iraqi Civilians: Clarion

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Chinese Quantum Physics Breakthrough Detecting ‘Invisible’ Targets 100 Kilometers Distant: DailyGalaxy
Was Bolivia-Peru the Sunset Land of the Sumerians?: Clyde Winters
The Baltic Sea Object is an Atlantean Monument Cast in Magnetic Basalt ‘Firestone’: Events Chronicle


Arnold Palmer: 'The King' of golf dies at 87: Steve DiMeglio
The Future Queen of America and Bubba Expand Their Royal Residence: Diogenes
Geert Wilders on Trial Again: “I Cannot Take Back the Truth”: GoV

Image: WARNING GRAPHIC: ISIS Executes 100 Iraqi Civilians
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QOTD: "The gravest danger we face is fast-approaching nuclear instability. Many believe it is possible safely to arrive at nuclear zero. It is not. Enough warheads to bring any country to its knees can fit in a space volumetrically equivalent to a Manhattan studio apartment. Try to find that in the vastness of Russia, China, or Iran. Even ICBMs and their transporter-erector-launchers can easily be concealed in warehouses, tunnels and caves. Nuclear weapons age out, but, thanks to supercomputing, reliable replacements can be manufactured with only minor physical testing. Unaccounted fissile material sloshing around the world can, with admitted difficulty, be fashioned into weapons. And when rogue states such as North Korea and Iran build their bombs, our response has been either impotence or a ticket to ride.

Nor do nuclear reductions lead to increased safety. Quite apart from encouraging proliferation by enabling every medium power in the world to aim for nuclear parity with the critically reduced U.S. arsenal, reductions create instability. The fewer targets, the more possible a (counter-force) first strike to eliminate an enemy’s retaliatory capacity. Nuclear stability depends, inter alia, upon deep reserves that make a successful first strike impossible to assure. The fewer warheads and the higher the ratio of warheads to delivery vehicles, the more dangerous and unstable." --Mark Helprin

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