I’m sure slick willy would love to do a fundraiser at the bunny ranch.

Dennis Hof’s Moonlite Bunny Ranch launches ‘Hookers for Hillary’

Nevada sex workers at Dennis Hof's famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch have launched a "Hookers for Hillary" Clinton website that endorses the former secretary of state's campaign for president. (Hookers for Hillary)

Nevada sex workers at Dennis Hof’s famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch have launched a “Hookers for Hillary” Clinton website that endorses the former secretary of state’s campaign for president. (Hookers for Hillary) more >
By Jessica Chasmar - The Washington Times – Friday, April 17, 2015

Nevada sex workers at Dennis Hof’s famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch have launched a “Hookers for Hillary” Clinton website that endorses the former secretary of state’s campaign for president.

The legal brothel in Carson City, which was the subject of HBO’s “Cathouse” series, has drafted a four-point platform explaining their endorsement.

Hillary Clinton, as part of her husband’s administration, envisioned health care reform in the 1990’s, long before President Obama was able to sign it into law,” they write. “The Affordable Health Care Act made health insurance available for the first time ever to the 500 independent contractors employed by Dennis Hof. With any Republican nominee likely to work for its’ repeal, the Bunnies want to protect the quality health coverage that they now enjoy.”

“As Secretary Of State, Hillary Clinton gained invaluable experience negotiating with foreign leaders, and the Bunnies can definitely relate to negotiating through a language barrier,” they continued. “The Bunny Ranch entertains customers from all around the globe, and the girls have great respect for any woman who can take powerful men from oppressive cultures and make them bend to her will.”

“Bill Clinton presided over the most prosperous time in Bunny Ranch history, which coincided with a tax increase on the wealthiest Americans such as brothel owner Dennis Hof,” the Bunny Ranch writes. “The Bunnies recognize that thriving economies are built from the bottom up, where the vast majority of their clients originate. A return to relying on the disproven theory of trickle-down economics would only serve to exclude the vast majority of hard-working Bunny Ranch clients from having the discretionary income to enjoy with their favorite Bunny.

Citing Nevada’s mandatory testing of legal prostitutes for sexually transmitted diseases, the Bunny Ranch also applauded Mrs. Clinton for recognizing “the fact that responsible government oversight is a key to protecting the public’s health from widespread disease.”

Earlier this month, Democratic Sen. Harry Reid received a ringing endorsement from a legal brothel in Pahrump, Nevada, called Sheri’s Ranch. In a letter, the ranch similarly commended Mr. Reid’s support for the Affordable Care Act and even offered to host the senator’s retirement party.

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What is it about authority that makes folks think they can do whatever the hell they want?

First, its a trooper parked in a handicap spot for 45 minutes, the picture below shows Hillary Clinton’s entourage parked in a handicap spot and today, I saw a Cloquet squad parked in a handicap spot at Kwik Trip.  I pulled in the lot about 1120, the spots next to the building were all full except the handicap spots.  Sure enough, here comes a marked Cloquet squad, swings a lap around the lot and parks squarely in the handicap spot right smack dab in front of the door.  All I know is it was a Sergeant, he sauntered in without a care in the world, poured himself a fountain drink and left.  What the hell is wrong with these morons?


I guess this:

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Is no worse than this:

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Big brother keeps arming up.

DHS To Purchase 62 Million More Rounds Of AR-15 Ammo: “They’re Going to Control How Much Ammo is Available”


The Department of Homeland Security is set to purchase over 62 million rounds of ammo typically used in AR-15 semi-automatic rifles, just weeks after the ATF was forced to back down on a ban on M855 bullets.


posting on FedBizOpps.gov this week reveals that the DHS is looking to contract with a company to provide 12.6 million rounds of .223 Remington ammunition per year for a period of five years – totaling 62.5 million bullets.

The solicitation explains that the purchase is intended, “to achieve price savings over the current .223 Rem duty ammunition.” The bullets will be used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents nationwide for “training” purposes.

The .223 Remington is one of the most common rifle cartridges in use in the United States and is used both in bolt action rifles and semi-automatic rifles such as the AR-15 and the Ruger Mini-14.

In 2013, following concerns about the DHS buying large quantities of several different types of ammunition, weapons manufacturers noted that the feds may have been attempting to control the ammunition market by forcing manufacturers to hold back stock from general sale.

“If they periodically do this in increments, they’re going to control how much ammo is available on the commercial market,” a weapons manufacturer told Michael Savage, adding that the contracts with bullet manufacturers stipulate that everything made goes to the government as the number one priority before it is allowed to enter the commercial market.

In March 2013, Californian Congressman Doug LaMalfa and 14 of his House peers wrote a letter to the Department of Homeland Security demanding to know why the federal agency was buying so many rounds of ammunition and whether the purchases were part of a deliberate attempt to restrict supply to the American people.

“The extraordinary level of ammunition purchases made by Homeland Security seems to have, in states such as my own, created an extreme shortage of ammunition to the point where many gun owners are unable to purchase any,” LaMalfa wrote in the letter.

The bulk purchase follows attempts by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to ban M855 ammo, another popular round for AR-15’s used by hunters. The ATF justified the ban by claiming that the bullets were “armor piercing” and a threat to law enforcement officers.

After being on the receiving end of a huge backlash, the feds were forced to back down and ATF director B. Todd Jones subsequently tendered his resignation. Democratic Congressman Steve Israel called the ATF backdown “cowardly” and vowed to revive the ban.

The ATF’s threat to ban the ammo temporarily caused prices of the bullet to surge more than double in price.

Although federal agencies are increasingly hiding their purchases by limiting public information on fbo.gov, it can still be conservatively estimated from available data that the feds have purchased at least 2.11 billion rounds of ammunition since April 2012:

Date Reported            Agency                 Amount                  Caliber
April ’12 – Feb ’13           Various             2,000,000,000              Various
03/25/13                             DHS                      360,000                    .40 S&W
07/26/13                            NOAA                      72,000                     .40 S&W
07/26/13                            Army                     2,550,000                7.62x39mm
07/26/13                            Army                       425,000                 9x18mm Makarov
08/19/13                             TSA                       3,454,000                 .357 SIG
02/11/14                             DHS                        141,000                  .308 Remington
04/22/14                            DHS                     25,000,000                12 Gauge
05/22/14                            TSA                      24,000,000                .357 SIG
04/15/15                            DHS                     62,000,000                .223 Remington

TOTAL                                                      2,118,002,000

That’s enough ammo to kill around 30% of the world’s population.

Furthermore, U.S. soldiers were shooting around 5.5 million rounds of ammunition per month during the war in Iraq, or 66 million rounds annually. Using that figure, the feds have stockpiled enough ammo over the past two years to fight a 32-year war.

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Of course they weren’t random citizens, they were plants. Would you expect anything less from a Clinton? Lies, lies, and more lies.

Report: Embarrassing Truth About the ‘Everyday’ Iowans Hillary Clinton Sat Down With at First Campaign Stop

The three “everyday” Iowans seen talking to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a coffee shop on Tuesday were personally invited and driven to the “roundtable” that has been described as unscripted, according to the Daily Mail.

The three individuals have been identified in the report as former Obama campaign intern Austin Bird, University of Iowa College Democrats president Carter Bell and Planned Parenthood of the Heartland staffer Sara Sedlacek.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with local residents at the Jones St. Java House, Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in LeClaire, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with local residents at the Jones St. Java House, Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in LeClaire, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Bird reportedly spilled the beans in a phone interview with the Daily Mail, revealing that a Clinton campaign staffer, Troy Price, called him and the two other people to set up a meeting at a restaurant in Davenport, Iowa. Bird, who also once chauffeured Vice President Joe Biden, said they didn’t realize at first they were going to be meeting with the former secretary of state.

“We were asked to come to a meeting with Troy, the three of us, at the Village Inn,” he told the Daily Mail. ‘It was supposed to be a strategy meeting…then all of a sudden he says, ‘Hey, we have Secretary Clinton coming in, would you like to go meet her?’”

After “vetting” them for less than an hour, Bird said they were driven to meet Clinton in LeClaire, Iowa, during one of her first campaign stops. The three of them, he recalled, sat down at a table and Clinton soon “came up and talked with us.”

“I mean, Troy asked us all to do – to go to a meeting with him. And we didn’t really know what it was about. I mean, he did. He knew,” Bird added.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with local residents at the Jones St. Java House, Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in LeClaire, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with local residents at the Jones St. Java House, Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in LeClaire, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

More from the Daily Mail exclusive:

It’s unclear how many Iowans featured in photographs with Clinton that rocketed around the country on Tuesday were planted.

‘The mayor of LeClaire was there, and his wife was there,’ Bird said, recalling the scene at the coffee shop.

Price was executive director of the Iowa Democratic Party until a week ago, when Clinton’s team tapped him to be its political director in Iowa.

He did not respond to a request for comment.

Read the full report here.


A new twist to the old saying “Going Postal”.

Small aircraft lands on Capitol lawn; pilot in custody



NOW PLAYINGPolice detain pilot who landed gyrocopter on US Capitol lawn

WASHINGTON –  The pilot of a small gyrocopter – believed to be a postal worker from Florida – is in custody Wednesday after evading security and landing on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.

The incident prompted a lockdown of nearby streets and raised fresh concerns about security at the White House.

While Capitol Police did not immediately name the pilot or comment on his motive, Florida postal carrier Doug Hughes took responsibility for the stunt on a website where he said he was delivering letters to all 535 members of Congress in order to draw attention to campaign finance corruption.

“As I have informed the authorities, I have no violence inclinations or intent,” Hughes wrote on his website, the democracyclub.org. “An ultralight aircraft poses no major physical threat — it may present a political threat to graft. I hope so. There’s no need to worry — I’m just delivering the mail.”

House Homeland Security panel Chairman Michael McCaul, R-Texas, said the pilot landed on his own, but that had he made it much closer to the Capitol authorities were prepared to shoot him down.

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“Had it gotten any closer to the speaker’s balcony they have long guns to take it down, but it didn’t. It landed right in front,” McCaul said.

The White House said President Obama had been briefed on the situation.

Witnesses said the craft approached the Capitol from the west, flying low over the National Mall and the Capitol reflecting pool across the street from the building. It barely cleared a row of trees and a statue of Gen. Ulysses Grant.

The incident once again thrusts Washington’s airspace into the spotlight. In January,a quadcopter drone  crashed onto the White House grounds, sparking calls for tighter security.

A gyrocopter resembles a small helicopter. However, unlike a helicopter, a gyrocopter’s blades are not powered, with the aircraft relying instead on an engine-powered propeller to provide thrust. Often used as recreational aircraft, gyrocopters have also been deployed in law enforcement.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Ted Cruz on opinion polls and the 2nd amendment.

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Isn’t it comforting to know our Legislators let the State fall apart but have time to discuss essential issues like who to gaze at and where they can get water? Ridiculous.

Minnesota Senate keeps rule forbidding eye contact

By Rachel E. Stassen-Berger

POSTED:   04/14/2015 07:04:45 AM CDT | UPDATED:   ABOUT 3 HOURS AGO


Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk

Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk


The Minnesota Senate will keep its rule forbidding members from looking at one another during floor debate and will continue to ban everyone from having drinks on the Senate floor.

The issues arose Monday during the passage of the rules to govern the Senate.

On a 15-44 vote, the Senate decided to keep its current requirement that all speakers must gaze at the Senate president.

“I find this particular rule of the Senate, dare I say, antiquated,” said Sen. Warren Limmer, R-Maple Grove.

But Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk, DFL-Cook, disagreed. When you can look at the senator speaking, he said, debates could become longer and more personal.

“Our decorum would probably not be as Senate-like as we would like to have it,” Bakk said.

A bipartisan majority agreed with Bakk.

On Monday, the Senate also considered whether senators and staff should be permitted water on the Senate floor.

“It’s not pop, it’s not beer,” said Sen. Torrey Westrom, R-Elbow Lake. “It’s just H2O.”

Unlike in the Minnesota House, food and drink is banned from the Senate floor. Bakk said any drinks could damage the Senate’s historic desks and noted that there is water available just a few steps from where senators sit.

Once that proposal failed, Westrom moved that perhaps pregnant and nursing mothers — and only them — be allowed to have water. Nope, not even them, said the Senate on a 10-51 vote.

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All the time and money these kids spend on education, for what? Who at UMD will be held accountable?

State board suspends UMD college of education

By Jana Hollingsworth at 10:44 p.m.

The Minnesota Board of Teaching suspended a college within the University of Minnesota Duluth on Friday.
The College of Education and Human Service Professions — with the exception of its approved special-education programs — has been given a probationary status through April 10, 2016, while it undergoes review. UMD informed students Monday night via an email from Andrea Schokker, executive vice chancellor for academic affairs.The board in March disapproved all of the college’s secondary education programs, after the discovery that UMD had submitted inaccurate information about them.

In January, two dozen students learned they wouldn’t be able to obtain a regular teaching license because UMD failed to document changes to their program in 2012, making the program nonexistent. Those who had job offers could apply for temporary licenses.

On Friday, the board also disapproved UMD’s early-childhood special-education program — for the same reason as the secondary programs — and gave UMD a variance to allow the December graduates of the dual-licensure elementary and special-education program to obtain their teaching licenses.

UMD also will seek a variance for that program’s May graduates, along with secondary and early-childhood education students.

All of the students enrolled in those programs would be able to apply for a regular license under the variance.

UMD expects few students will be turned away from its education courses during the review process, which is needed to reapprove the programs.

Schokker wrote that entering freshmen and students in their first couple of years of study “are not expected to be impacted by any of the actions taken to date by the Board of Teaching.”

She said the college is working to submit the programs for approval, noting she has set an internal deadline for an Aug. 1 submission to the board.

Classes will take place as usual during the probationary period.

Students have expressed worry that their job prospects will be affected by the employee mistakes, and UMD officials have said they are concerned about losing potential students. UMD maintains that the problem is not with the curriculum, but with recordkeeping.

Schokker and officials from the Board of Teaching couldn’t be reached Monday night.

In case you’ve been living in a cave or in a coma, if this is what you voted for, enjoy it.

CBO: Feds Taxing More, Spending More, Running Bigger Deficit in 2015

April 13, 2015 – 1:21 PM
House Speaker John Boehner and President Barack Obama. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)House Speaker John Boehner and President Barack Obama. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)


(CNSNews.com) – The federal government taxed away more money, spent more money and ran a bigger deficit in the first half of fiscal 2015 than it did in the first half of fiscal 2014, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

“The federal government ran a budget deficit of $430 billion for the first half of fiscal year 2015, CBO estimates–$17 billion more than the shortfall recorded in the same span last year,” the CBO said in its Monthly Budget Review for March 2015, which was published April 8. “Both revenues and outlays were about 7 percent higher than the amounts recorded in the first six months of fiscal year 2014.”

The federal fiscal year begins on Oct. 1 and ends on Sept. 30.


Feds Taxed More, Spent More, Ran Bigger Deficit


In the first six months of fiscal 2014, the government took in approximately $1,323,000,000,000 in revenue, according to CBO. In the first six months of this fiscal year, it took in approximately $1,420,000,000,000—an increase of $98,000,000,000.

Meanwhile, the federal government spent approximately $1,736,000,000,000 in the first six months of fiscal 2014. It spent approximately $1,851,000,000,000 in the first six months of the fiscal year—an increase of $115,000,000,000 over last year.

Last year, the government ran a deficit of $413 billion in the first six months of the fiscal year. This year, it ran a deficit of $430 billion—a $17 billion increase over last year.

The biggest source of additional tax revenue for the federal government was the individual income tax. In the first six months of fiscal 2014, Americans paid the federal government approximately $585,000,000,000 in individual income taxes. In the first six months of fiscal 2015, Americans paid $642,000,000,000 in individual income taxes—an increase of $57 billion (or 9.7 percent) from fiscal 2014.


Tax Revenues Up in Fiscal 2015


Corporate income tax payments had a higher percentage increase than individual income tax payments—but did not yield as much an increase in actual revenue as the individual income tax.

In the first six months of fiscal 2014, businesses paid the federal government approximately $118,000,000,000 in corporate income taxes. In the first six months of fiscal 2015, they paid approximately $133,000,000,000 in corporate income taxes. That was a 12.8 percent increase from 2014, but only an additional $15,000,000,000 in tax revenues.

Payroll tax payments increased only 3.7 percent—but brought the federal government $18,000,000,000 in additional revenues, rising from $490,000,000,000 in the first half of fiscal 2014 to $509,000,000,000 in the first half of fiscal 2015.

Overall tax revenues increased 7.4 percent from the first half of 2014 to the first half of 2015—with total receipts rising from $1,323,000,000,000 in the first six months of fiscal 2014 to $1,420,000,000,000 in the first six months of fiscal 2015.

Despite this windfall in additional tax revenue, the federal government ran a bigger deficit in the first half of this fiscal year because federal spending increased even more than federal tax revenues.

Total federal outlays climbed from $1,736,000,000,000 in the first half of fiscal 2014 to $1,851,000,000,000 in the first half of fiscal 2015.

The $115,000,000,000 increase in federal spending outpaced the $98,000,000,000 increase in federal taxation to result in a $17,000,000,000 higher deficit ($413,000,000,000 in the first half of fiscal 2014 compared to $430,000,000,000 in the first half of fiscal 2015).

Medicaid—which was expanded by Obamacare—was a major force driving increased federal spending.

“Outlays for Medicaid rose by $31 billion (or 22 percent), largely because most of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act that led to increased enrollment in Medicaid went into effect in January 2014 and therefore did not affect the program’s spending in the first few months of fiscal year 2014 [which began in October 2013],” said the CBO.

Medicare spending (up $23 billion or 9 percent) and Social Security spending (up $19 billion or 4 percent) also saw large increases.

It was kind of exciting to think a conservative would run for mayor, but lets face it..it will never happen in the liberal utopia called Duluth.

Dahlberg decides not to run for mayor of Duluth

By John Myers at 12:02 p.m.

St. Louis County Commissioner Chris Dahlberg has decided not to run for mayor of Duluth after all.

Dahlberg, who revealed his decision Monday, had been mulling the run since last summer, shortly after he lost a close battle for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate.

Dahlberg, 53, is in the middle of his second four-year-term on the county board representing western Duluth neighborhoods. His term expires at the end of 2016 but he has already said he will not run again for a third term on the county board.

Dahlberg last month said several prominent conservatives in Duluth were encouraging him, testing the waters for his mayoral run, even raising money for his race.

Instead of a summer campaigning for mayor, however, Dahlberg said he wants to spend more time with his 10-year-old daughter, Maija.

“At the end of the day, my heart just isn’t there. I said last summer I want to take some time off to spend with my daughter, and that’s what I’m going to do,” Dahlberg told the News Tribune. “I’m looking forward to getting her up in the Boundary Waters for a nice trip.”

Dahlberg said he will continue is Duluth law practice and will continue to spend his free time fixing up his Morgan Park home.

Incumbent Don Ness announced last fall that he would not seek another term, and Dahlberg’s decision leaves City Councilor Emily Larson as the only announced candidate for mayor less than seven months before the election. Former Lt. Gov. Yvonne Prettner Solon continues to mull a mayoral run and state Rep. Erik Simonson also has said he might consider a run if Prettner Solon does not. Both are Democrats.

Although the city office is non-partisan — candidates don’t declare a political party — Dahlberg said he’s disappointed that no conservative, business-oriented candidate has emerged for mayor.

“It’s a little bit disappointing, maybe even disturbing, that we have a lack of competition for the mayor’s race among people who come from strong business backgrounds; business leaders,” he said. “You’d think people would be willing to take a couple years off to take on this challenge, to make a commitment. I hope we still see that.”