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Man Of A Thousand Voices

Legendary  Rich Little, the “Man of a Thousand Voices,” returns to the lighter side of life with some contemporary impressions. In addition to his spot-on Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Stewart and Truman Capote impersonations, Little has added Joe Biden and Mike Lindell to his repertoire. Video courtesy of Huckabee.

Leftists, Neocons Threaten Us

American democracy is in peril…from Leftists and Neocons. It ain’t Trump populism that is fanatic or odd. More from Styxhexenhammer666.

Conservatives In Hollywood

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Andrew Klavan from the Daily Wire about what the life of Hollywood conservatives is really like, how inflation and high crime can be turned around, and how the beliefs of Black Lives Matter harm those they claim to protect.

In this clip Andrew discusses the danger of the political bubble that most of the liberal elite confine themselves to. He explains how this only exacerbates political tribalism and political polarization. Andrew also shares what it was like to know so many secret conservatives and closeted Republicans in Hollywood and the damage done by groups like the Friends of Abe staying secret.

Here’s a second clip where Andrew discusses why the Trump phenomenon should not have surprised anyone. Many Trump supporters had either been insulted or ignored by politicians over the past few decades. He explains why Glenn Youngkin’s victory is so significant and conservatives should not despair.

He discusses how America has had rampant inflation before and rising crime in major cities like NY. That is usually when leaders like Rudy Giuliani or Ronald Reagan are able to come in and impose real positive change. He describes how even his Democrat parents voted for Giuliani because they saw the results of his policies. Andrew shares his thoughts on Jordan Peterson and the importance of morality and finding meaning in your life.

We close with Andrew Klavan discussing Black Lives Matter and how that Marxist organization harms the black community. Andrew discusses why morality and Christianity are so central to his life and the dangers of not thinking through one’s beliefs. He gives the example of BLM, which advocates for the lives of the black community, but seems completely unaware of how their policies damage the very community they claim to care about. Andrew also describes the importance of freedom and individual rights and why science as a religion has failed.

Deep State Female Targets

Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt explores the Deep State assassination of Vicki Morgan on July 7, 1983 in Los Angeles, California. Morgan, a voluptuous model, had been the backdoor mistress of Alfred S. Bloomingdale, the heir to the Bloomingdale’s Department Store fortune.

Bloomingdale has been called “the father of the credit card,” as he developed the Diner’s Club card. He also was a major player in Hollywood, first serving as an agent for Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland, and later working as an executive at Columbia Pictures. In addition, he was perhaps the biggest donor on record to Ronald Reagan in his gubernatorial races in California as well as his Presidential races, notably his successful defeat of Jimmy Carter in 1980.

But Bloomingdale had many dirty secret habits. He not only kept Morgan as his mistress, but involved her in brutal sadomasochistic practices. He liked to pick up prostitutes as well as models or actresses for short flings. Sometimes, he administered severe beatings to these women.

After he died of throat cancer in 1982, Morgan insisted upon a monthly “palimony”  allowance of $18,000 he had promised her. His wife, Betsy, objected and cut Morgan off. A courtroom fight ensued, ending with her subsequent murder.

This is a fascinating case. It involves super-rich players in sadistic games of sex and criminality high up in Hollywood and political circles. Much of what we know about Bloomingdale mirrors the sordid and skankier affairs of Jeffrey Epstein.

This is a 3-hour-plus dive, so it might take you a couple of settings to digest it all. There is a short technical blackout at the front. If you want to bypass the snafu, start at the 7:00 minute mark.

Look For Trump’s Return

Former CIA officer Michael Jaco says President Donald Trump will return to power before the end of 2021. Jaco makes his prediction in an interview with Nicholas Veniamin.

Why will a transition happen? Because Joe Biden never was elected, but installed through chicanery via the counting of hundreds of thousands of illegal and false votes. It’s not even clear the real Joe Biden is still alive. What we could be seeing are clones or lookalikes pushed forward by both the White Hats as well as the Black Hats.

Jaco does not expect the transition to occur without some chaos and violence. He believes the U.S. military will be involved in helping to quell the violence, especially any threats from foreign governments or from terrorist groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

Already, we are seeing a large number of United Nations armed vehicles being stationed in Canada. Will these UN troops and tanks be crossing over the border to confront the U.S. military? Hard to say, although that’s certainly a possibility.

Why does Trump have a massive security team? Because the Deep State — which some have labeled The Corn — plays dirty. They not only murdered John F. Kennedy. They shot Ronald Reagan in another assassination attempt. When Reagan survived, The Corn — including intelligence dregs from the FBI, CIA and other federal agencies — released a “brain-eating” compound that left Reagan debilitated.

It’s time these corrupt entities are corralled, and either cleaned up or forever disbanded.

The election audits have already shown Trump carried Arizona, and evidence is mounting that he won Georgia as well. Now, Seth Keshel, a retired Army intelligence officer, says Trump carried Pennsylvania and Michigan as well, by margins ranging from 6 to 8 percent. Here is Keshel’s analysis in the Bannon’s War Room. More from The Gateway Pundit.

History Of October Surprises

The October Surprise has become a strongly entrenched and anticipated slice of American presidential campaign politics, although with varied impact, according to historians Craig Shirley and Doug Wead.

The phrase apparently first entered our lexicon during the Jimmy Carter-Ronald Reagan campaign cycle in October 1980, which was dominated by the Iran Hostage Crisis that gripped the country’s psyche. The fear for Republicans was that Carter would gain freedom for the hostages in the 11th hour, improving his chances for a second term. It was former CIA director and then Reagan campaign manager William Casey, who coined the phrase October Surprise and the Republicans began using the expression prominently in the media to play into the cynicism that had grown in previous years about Carter playing politics.

Shirley and Wead join Newsmax anchor Greg Kelly for more October Surprise history, including President George W. Bush’s DUI incident and President Trump’s Access Hollywood tape.

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Don’t Forget Our History

This clip from Ronald Reagan’s farewell address is SO RELEVANT to our time. Every American should hear these words. He warns Americans not to forget our history. More from PragerU.

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Push The Government Aside

Get government out of our way, so that Americans can live free. PragerU revives the simple, yet wise and profound words of former President Ronald Reagan.

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The Myth of High Tax Rates

The Democrats are hellbent on slapping the wealthy with outrageous tax rates–90 percent in some instances. The thought process is that a higher tax code will enrich government coffers, enabling it to deal with more pressing issues.

Not true! Just another myth, says economic historian Phillip Magness. While tax rates for the wealthy reached an unfathomable 90 percent during World War II and the Eisenhower Administration and remained as high as 70 percent before the Reagan Revolution, the plan just didn’t work.

“No one ever paid close to those rates,” says Magness, who’s researched tax codes for more than a decade. “A millionaire on average would pay 41 percent. There’s always deductions and exemptions and carve-outs that are baked into the tax code.” Magness and John Stossel debate the issue on this edition of Stossel on Reason.TV.

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History’s Most Powerful Orators

There have been many famous orators throughout history, but only a few transcend time. Take Ronald Reagan. The 40th U.S. president may have first found fame as an actor, but his legacy in the White House earned him the moniker, The Great Communicator. He had a knack to connect with the audience during his speeches, largely due to a perception that he came across as sincere, simple and honest. Among other masters of the lectern were Margaret Thatcher, Nelson Mandela and President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Check out who ranked in the top three of all time, as counts down 10 of the greatest speakers in history.

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