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By David Vance On August 22nd, 2015 at 10:13 am

The collapse of the ‘Kid’s Company” is allowing all sorts of unvarnished truths to come to the surface.

“Kids Company hugely exaggerated the number of high-risk young people it was helping, it was claimed last night. The failed charity publicly claimed to be helping 16,000 high-risk people, but an investigation has revealed the number may be lower than 500.

The latest allegations emerged just hours after the Charity Commission launched a probe into the organisation, amid reports that taxpayers will lose £1.2million following its collapse. The charity, founded by Camila Batmanghelidjh, has already come under fire for misleading the public with dramatically inflated claims for the number of children it helped.”

Meanwhile, the sainted Batmanghelidjh denies all wrong doing and claims she is the victim of an establishment conspiracy…



By David Vance On August 22nd, 2015 at 10:07 am



By David Vance On August 22nd, 2015 at 10:05 am

A massacre in France has been averted due to some fast thinking and tough action.

Three American men are being hailed as heroes for overpowering a heavily-armed gunman on a train in northern France. The incident happened on the high-speed Thalys service near Arras. A 26-year-old Moroccan man was arrested at Arras station.

One of the Americans said they took an AK-47 assault rifle and a handgun from the attacker as they saw him walk down the aisle of the train.

AK47 and a handgun…I see.

They then put him in a chokehold until he was unconscious. Two of the American men who overpowered the gunman, Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos, are members of the Air Force and the National Guard respectively.

Oh no. This poor muslim man, exercising his right to kill as many infidels as possible, brutally knocked unconscious by these thuggish Americans. I assume France will arrest them and pay compensation to the Moroccan.


By David Vance On August 22nd, 2015 at 10:00 am

Firstly, let us remember that according to Gerry Adams, he has NEVER been a member, let alone a leader, of the IRA. Despite ALL the evidence to the contrary, let us take Adams at his word. Isn’t that fair?

So fast forward to now…

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has said the IRA was not involved in the murder of ex-IRA man Kevin McGuigan Sr.

How would he know? He isn’t a member so where would he get such authoritative intelligence?

Given that we NOW know the IRA still exists and that is has CURRENT members, maybe this is a more precise summary of the situation….



For years people like myself have been pilloried for saying the IRA never went away. There is a deafening silence from some quarters when it turns out we were right all along. Terrorist scum never go away.


Liberalism looks Smart to Stupid People

By The Troll On August 22nd, 2015 at 3:15 am

Slowly the screws are turning.

Each day more and more is exposed on the flagrant idiocy of the most intelligent Woman in Politics. I mean that’s what we’ve been told since Bill & Hill left the White House. That she is the most intelligent woman in Politics.   I would say the most arrogant, but hey since when does my opinion count.

In the US Government there are 8 People that can classify something as Classified/Secret with just their say so. the Secretary of State is one of those people, yet she is going to play dumb. The Law’s and it is Laws plural are setup that possession of Classified Material whether you distributed it, received it, discussed it, or even if it just passed through your hands, if you were not specifically authorized to do whatever with it you can and quite often do go to Jail.

Over the years hundreds of employees of the intelligence community have lost their jobs, been fined, and sent to prison for exposing ONE Document. General Petraus lost his job and almost went to jail because they found ONE CLASSIFIED file in his desk at Home and he discussed it with someone that had a Top Secret Clearance, but she wasn’t cleared for that particular item.

If Biden, Warren, Gore, Kerry, or Joe Blow doesn’t enter the race before November the Democrats are going to windup with Bernie Sanders as their Candidate. That’s how McGovern got it. Ted Kennedy was supposed to be the Nominee but for the Scandal of the Chappaquiddick incident and then the party tried Muskie, but McGovern’s restructuring of the Democrat Campaign Commission and selection of delegates torpedoed Muskies already flawed bid. This could be the repeat scenario the Democrats face now.

The Title of this post was a quote I heard earlier today. I liked it, but I would change it just a little.  “Liberalism looks Smart to Stupid People” should read “Liberalism looks Smart to young and inexperienced People”

For 40yrs our institutions of Higher Learning have been dominated by and have taught nothing but Liberalism, Socialism, Communism, and Radical Activism and they have been taught as what they are, the same thing.

That is why Bernie Sanders is getting huge crowds. He spouts what the academics have been spouting as Gospel for 40yrs. It is the philosophy of the inexperienced. It looks good and sounds righteous, but it’s pure bullshit. It doesn’t work. Anyone older than 30 and anyone that has worked for a living knows it just doesn’t work.

This election gets better everyday.


By Pete Moore On August 21st, 2015 at 7:44 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night

It’s fire, meat and beer this weekend as Albion swelters. About time too. Rules are in order, so ladies: it’s that one time of the year when a man does the cooking.

Have some sounds then, and a great tune which would have been just that bit better had Macca not included the first few bars before the guitar riff. Just as meat counts as salad at a BBQ, you don’t get in the way of the riff.

As always, feel free to link to your fav sounds –

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By David Vance On August 21st, 2015 at 7:08 pm


White is the New Black

By Patty On August 21st, 2015 at 4:30 pm

Identity crisis













I was cleaning up my desktop this morning and found this cartoon that I pulled from a site a while ago.  With the new Shaun King developments, it seems as timely as ever.  Unfortunately,I don’t remember where I pulled it; I don’t have a link for credit.  If anyone knows, please include in the comments. Thanks.


By David Vance On August 21st, 2015 at 10:21 am

Even the biggest IRA apologist – and there are plenty – must be finding it ALL a little awkward. According to security analyst Barney Rowan – and this is from the PSNI  – Provisional IRA members were involved in Kevin McGuigan’s murder last week.

Not “past” members, not former members – CURRENT members. More plainly, the IRA still exists. It appears the IRA carried out an investigation into the murder of their esteemed terrorist colleague Jock Davidson and then arranged to get McGuigan murdered.

This seems to have surprised some people. Why? Who do you think killed Robert McCartney? Who killed Denis Donaldson? Who killed Paul Quinn? The same organisation that killed thousands of others and which continues to exist, with arms.

I heard the Old Bailey bomber Gerry Kelly insist that the IRA had “left the stage”. It’s worth remembering actors leave the stage but then return – time and time again


By David Vance On August 20th, 2015 at 6:27 pm

Likely Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn raged at the IDEA that some people were trying to smear him by suggesting he was friends with notorious Palestinian ‘activist”, Abou Jahjah.

Jahjah has justified the killing of British soldiers in Iraq by calling them “legitimate target for resistance” and is alleged to have fought for Hezbollah.

Responding on Twitter to Mr Corbyn’s claim not to know him, Abou Jahjah said it was “beyond any doubt” the pair had shared a platform.  “But maybe he forgot all about it,” added Mr Abou Jahjah. “Who knows?” Mr Abou Jahjah told LBC radio he had also been present at meals with the MP during the 2009 visit. “We had, I think two times, lunch or breakfast together, so I cannot say that Mr Corbyn is a personal friend, but he is absolutely a political friend.”

Here they are on the same stage…73473399_3412538b

Mr Corbyn seems to have a poor memory.