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NEWS AND VIEWS THAT IMPACT LIMITED CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT

"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Saturday Sultress - Chrissy Teigen




Christine "ChrissyTeigen (born November 30, 1985) is an American model. She made her debut in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010 and, alongside Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge, appeared on the cover in 2014.

Teigen was born in Delta, Utah. Her father is of Norwegian descent, and her mother is Thai.

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Thank you God for inventing body paint




Thank You - 2.5 Million Page Views



6,579 Stories Published by
The Federalist



By Gary;

The Federalist has shot through a new milestone passing 2,500,000 page views by our readers.  Next stop is 3,000,000 pages.

I started this non-profit Blog way back in May of 2011 with the idea of covering news from a Constitutional Federalist point of view . . . a point of view that has become nearly extinct in the modern American political system that worships Big Brother more than George Washington.

This is not The Drudge Report with its billions of page views. This is only a little hobby Blog of mine to scream out to an often deaf world the ideas of Constitutional Liberty.

I figured that few would care and even fewer would come back a second time.  I was wrong.

Back in May, 2011 we stared with a "massive" 834 page views for the month. But even that number staggered me considering the rather primitive nature of the site.

By July, 2011 we had jumped up to 5,413 page views for the month. By February, 2012 we had shot up to 27,220 page views. We have only grown from there.

In December, 2016 we hit another high reaching 73,695 page views for the month.

For the growth of this Blog thank yous go to Comrade Obama and the open borders big government loving Republican Party. Without both of these bands of loons I would not have a fraction of the material I need to publish.

Where do we go from here? I don't know. All I do know is the madness of man never ends. The Donald will try to bring some sanity back to government only to be opposed by "friends" and enemies alike.

What I do promise is to be there for our regular and irregular readers alike.






Terminators are given artificial skin



Science Copies Film
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"The 600 series had rubber skin. We spotted them easy, but these are new. They look human... sweat, bad breath, everything. Very hard to spot. I had to wait till he moved on you before I could zero him."
Kyle Reese
The Terminator (1984)


(New Scientist)  -  A heat-sensing film could let robots detect when humans are around, like pit vipers hunting out warm-blooded prey.
The flexible, transparent coating is made of pectin, a low-cost plant material used to set jam. Unlike conventional electronics, it relies on currents of ions rather than electrons to detect temperature variations – just like natural membranes used by the snakes.
The film can sense temperature changes as small as 10 millikelvin, which is twice as sensitive as human skin. It can detect a warm body the size of a rabbit from a metre away, something the researchers tested by microwaving a teddy bear and setting it at different distances from the film. Changes in temperature cause the film’s resistance to vary, which is picked up by electrodes along the edges and transmitted to a computer.
A Planet of Idiots
We just can't help ourselves from building
the machines that will kill us.

Applying it over a robot’s entire body could provide 360° thermal sensing, says Raffaele Di Giacomo at ETH Zurich in Switzerland, who led the research. That could help machines navigate crowded areas without hitting people, or help search and rescue robots locate humans in rubble or smoke-filled rooms. It could also help them to avoid damage and be more helpful to people. A robot assistant might need to know if a cup of tea is too hot to hand over, for example.
For Di Giacomo, helping robots learn about their environment is key. “The most important thing about combining AI and humanoid robots is that this AI needs to be shaped by its senses like we are,” he says. “You need to provide full sensory feedback so the AI can build up a picture of the world.”
The temperature-sensitive film could also be used in prostheses to help give the wearer sensory feedback.
Unlike previous flexible heat sensors, the membrane is sensitive across a broad temperature range and is very simple to make. The researchers cast pectin in a mould and then dipped it in calcium chloride, as the calcium ions make the pectin sensitive to heat changes. The signals from the electrodes along the film’s edges can pinpoint heat sources, and the team is now developing algorithms to map temperature across complex surfaces like body parts.
Di Giacomo says the film could also be sprayed or dip-coated – like the “skin dip” used to coat robots in the TV series Westworld – to give almost any object temperature-sensing capabilities.
“The sensitivity of the sensor is remarkable,” says Zhenan Bao at Stanford University in California, who has developed her own electronic skin.
The skin dip approach looks feasible, she says, but incorporating the film into a multi-purpose synthetic skin with flexible and rigid components may be challenging.
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“The real risk with AI isn't malice but competence.  A super intelligent AI will be extremely good at accomplishing its goals, and if those goals aren't aligned with ours, we're in trouble.
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“You're probably not an evil ant-hater who steps on ants out of malice, but if you're in charge of a hydroelectric green energy project and there's an anthill in the region to be flooded, too bad for the ants. Let's not place humanity in the position of those ants.”
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Dr. Stephen Hawking

Friday, January 20, 2017

President Trump - The Dream Comes True



Nationalism Wins in America
A People's Victory Against the Corrupt 
Open Borders GOP and Democrats




By Gary;

President Trump. Never would I have believed it would happen.

This is a victory for Nationalism and the People of the United States.

It was NOT a victory for the Open Borders Republican Party that fucked over The Donald on live TV at every possible opportunity. It was as if the GOP wanted to lose to the Democrats . . . . which I think is true. Trump is a danger to the bipartisan corruption of the Republicrat machine.

It's a Big Club and Trump is not a member. He had to be crushed.

What will Trump be able to accomplish?  Certainly the GOP protected Obamatrade, the Trans Pacific Partnership, is dead and buried.  That alone is worth the pain of electing Trump.

In other executive actions immigration will come under better control, American jobs will be better protected and hopefully the corrupt CIA, NSA and FBI get cleaned out and reformed.

As for a smaller government, that movement has been dead since the Great Depression. So I will not hold Trump responsible for doing what Republican Congresses have refused to do for decades.

Strap yourself in.  2017 is going to be a Hell of a ride.

GOP Whores
The Danger For Trump

Bottom line. Congress is controlled by Donald Trump's open borders Republicrat enemies. The GOP is already working with Democrats to hold bullshit Senate hearings to investigate Trump's ties to Russia and undermine his Presidency.
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As usual the GOP will work hand-in-hand with the Democrats on multiple issues. Screwing over and blocking Trump will be at the top of the list.

Turkey Punishes Armenian MP for Mentioning 1915 Armenian Genocide


The Armenian Genocide - A line of naked, crucified Armenian girls.
See more at Genocide Museum.am

NATO's Turkey Moves to
Islamic Dictatorship
Turkey still attacks people who dare to mention the Muslim genocide against Christians


(PJ Media)  -  Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and opposition deputies -- the Republican People’s Party (CHP), the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), and the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) -- have begun voting on the articles of a constitutional amendment package that would bring a dictatorial presidency.

Debates were repeatedly interrupted by brawls that erupted between the AKP and CHP deputies during the vote. The MPs even shoved one another and threw punches.

However, one common prejudice united the AKP, MHP, and CHP deputies: their hatred of Armenians.

On January 13, the lone Armenian member of Turkish Parliament, Garo Paylan of the HDP, briefly talked about the 1915 Armenian Genocide in his speech addressing the parliamentarians. Referring to the constitutional reforms enacted during the later stages of the Ottoman Empire, Paylan first called on Turkish deputies not to repeat the mistakes of the past and to promote pluralism, diversity, and inclusivity in the new constitution.

Garo Paylan MP

Paylan then said:
Between 1913 and 1923, Armenians, Greeks, Syriacs, and Jews had been lost. They were either exiled with genocides and major massacres or subjected to population exchanges.
As Paylan was delivering his speech, parliamentarians from the AKP and other parties interrupted him angrily. The deputy speaker of the parliament, Ahmet Aydin, also intervened, telling Paylan:
Please fix your statements. There is no genocide. There might have been some reciprocal sufferings but you cannot define it as genocide.
Paylan responded:
We used to account for 40 percent [of the country’s population]. Now we are barely one out of a 1,000. It seems likely that something happened to us. I define this as genocide no matter what you call it. 
The Armenian people very well know what was done to them. I very well know what was done to my ancestors, my grandfather. To you, I am "a leftover of the sword." We Armenians are are null and void now. If we will learn lessons -- but not hostility -- from the past, let’s look at this together.
In Turkey, the survivors of Christian massacres are often called “the leftovers of the sword.” In the midst of angry and loud protests of Turkish deputies, Aydin rebuked Paylan:
[Paylan should] watch out for his behavior and attitude and stop uttering words that offend the Turkish nation.
The Turkish parliamentarians then voted to ban Paylan from participating in the Parliament for three sessions.

Following the announcement of the decision, HDP deputies left the parliament with him. The group deputy chairmen of the AKP, CHP, and MHP declared they condemned Paylan’s statements, calling them “unacceptable.” The part of the speech in which Paylan referred to the Armenian genocide was also removed from the parliamentary minutes.

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Read More:
The Muslim Genocide Against The Greeks

Hillary Inaugural Merch Hits the Clearance Rack in DC Gift Shops




The gift shops are filled with Trump supporters in Washington DC this week.
MAGA hats and cups are a huge hit in the downtown shops.
Unfortunately the stores pre-ordered Hillary Clinton Inaugural merchandise.
The Hillary merch was put in back on a clearance rack.
The Gateway Pundit




Poll: 52% View Trump Favorably



The Corrupt Media Lies Again

  • A Leftist CNN poll claims 53% of American view Trump unfavorably while a Leftist ABC/Washington Post poll says it is 54% unfavorable.
  • Strangely Rasmussen polling is the opposite.


(Rasmussen)  -  Voter attitudes about President-elect Donald Trump have changed little since Thanksgiving, with just over half of voters continuing to give him favorable marks.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters share a favorable opinion of Trump, with 30% who have a Very Favorable one. The president-elect is viewed unfavorably by 48%, including 37% with a Very Unfavorable view. 

(To see survey question wording, click here.)

The national telephone survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted by Rasmussen Reports on January 17-18, 2017. The margin of sampling error for the survey is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.

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Thursday, January 19, 2017

Best of Comrade Obama Part III




Good Riddance
Don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out

Comrade Obama has provided us with years of juicy cartoon and meme material. As power now drains from his political corpse here is a flashback on some of the better material published over the years.















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The Best of Comrade Obama
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Comrade Obama: "If I had a son . . . ."
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The Best of Comrade Obama, Part II

‘Obama Burn In Hell’ Banner Unrolled In Front of US Embassy In Russia



'Obama burn in hell' activists unfurl banner 

Activists unfurled a banner reading 'Obama burn in hell' and lit flares in front of the US embassy in Moscow on Tuesday. The activists were members of the art group 'Federals'. They staged the protest to express their disagreement with the policies of the outgoing US president, who is leaving office on January 20.





Obama sends $500 million to United Nations Climate Fund



One last poke in the eye to the taxpayers

AOL- Days before President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, the State Department has announced a $500 million donation to the United Nations’ Green Climate Fund.
The Green Climate Fund helps the world develop clean energy technologies as it adjusts to climate change and works to reverse effects of global warming. The U.S. promised $3 billion to the fund in 2014, but political infighting stopped the money from being appropriated. The administration this week directed funds that were previously approved. Following a previous check for $500 million, the total contribution from the U.S. to the fund sits at $1 billion.
This payment, however, could reverse course under the incoming administration.
Potential secretary of state Rex Tillerson has said climate change isn’t a security threat to the U.S.. Although he did state America should maintain “a seat at the table” when it comes to climate change, Tillerson wouldn’t say whether he’d keep the U.S. in the Paris Climate Agreement, which China recently warned the U.S. against pulling out of at the Davos world economic forum.
In the days leading up to his 2016 election victory, Trump himself stated his plan to “cancel billions in global warming payments to the United Nations.”

Thanks to Diogenes' Middle Finger