Loyal Supporters – Trumps v. Hillary

Donald Trump was recently quoted as saying he could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody without losing any support. We will probably never know. But Hillary Clinton is proof that such loyalty does exist; after all she has been followed by and associated with death her entire public life.

The second plane crash of Clinton associates kills 36: In April of 1996 Bill and Hillary were living the high life in the White House but Secretary of Commerce was facing an indictment. Shortly after the Clinton’s learned that Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown had said he was “not going down alone,” Brown’s lawyer was murdered in a drive by shooting. Days later Brown and 34 others were killed in a plane crash. Even though television film crews from France and Croatia filmed teams recovering the black box, the Clinton administration told the public there was no black box on this particular government plane. For the first time ever on friendly soil, the crash of a U.S.Government aircraft was not investigated by a U.S. agency.

The following month: Less than a month after the suspicious plane crash that killed Secretary of Commerce Brown another top Clinton adviser died and the official explanation was proven wrong. The Clinton administration reported that Admiral J.M. “Mike” Boorda, Chief of Naval Operations, committed suicide. But no one who worked with Adm Boorda daily believed he would take his own life. Several years later, after retiring from the Navy, a medical corpsman who’s record supports his report, stated he had seen two hollow point bullets removed from the chest of Boorda during an autopsy procedure the administration said never took place.

Another of several plane crashes: Clinton attorney and fundraiser Hershell Friday was killed March of 1994, in a plane crash or explosion that was never explained in full.

The list is too long to detail so here are just a few more names:

Dr. Stanley Heard – plane crash

James McDougal – convicted Whitewater partner of the Clintons – died in custody prior to scheduled testimony before Ken Starr committee

Mary Mahoney – White House intern (former) murdered in alleged “robbery” where no money seems to have been taken from the women killed.

Vince Foster – Hillary’s colleague at Rose Law Firm (another) suicide

Ed Willey – (Kathleen Willey’s husband) – (another) suicide on the same day Kathleen Willey went public about Clinton gropping her in the oval office.

Jerry Parks – Arkansas trooper murdered weeks after his home was burglarized and files on Clinton sex exploits were allegedly stolen

Kathy Ferguson – murdered in her home (ruled a suicide) – she was a corroborating witness for Paula Jones and ex-husband of “troopergate” trooper Danny Ferguson

Trooper Bill Shelton – (another) suicide – he was fiancee of Kathy Ferguson and critical of official report of suicide: so he shot himself in the head a month after Kathy?

Gandy Baugh – “jumped” out of a tall building while involved in defending a Clinton associate and convicted cocaine distributor Dan Lassater

Suzanne Coleman – had an affair with Bill Clinton, was pregnant when she shot herself in the back of the head (another suicide by gunshots to the back of the head)

Jon Parnell Walker – Whitewater investigator “jumped” to his death while investigating Morgan Guarantee Trust

The list just goes on and on and on…

The lesson here is clear – Bernie Sanders should never be without protection. And make it clear he is not planning to ‘commit suicide.’

The Survey says…U.S. #2 – in Ignorance

Since 2009 nearly every indicator of a nation’s health has shown the U.S. is in decline compared to other major nations. It seems the “change” that was promised in the great campaign of 2008 has come about. But is unimaginable debt passed on to a generation less able to compete in the world economy the change the world’s second most ignorant voters were expecting?

The third largest market research firm in the world, IPSOS, says

the U.S. is ranked the second most ignorant country in the world in our population’s understanding of two areas that should be a free market democracy’s strong points, voting patterns and unemployment rates.

Meanwhile the organization that ranks educational systems among 65 developed nations has once again reported further decline in rank for U.S. student performance. The most recent results now place our high school students out of the top 20 in all three areas tested; math, science, and reading. Math is about to fall out of the top 30 as it now stands at 29th. The 4 point drop in math since 2009 is pale compared to the 10 point drop in reading.

While it is the popular cry of the teachers’ union, lack of money is proven as not the problem since the U.S. spends more per student than most of the countries scoring higher. If that were not proof enough, consider the horrific performance of New York Schools where the spending per student is among the highest in the world. Mark Naison of the Fordham University Urban Studies Program presents a case that the “culture of testing” in the U.S. is fueling an emphasis on rote memorization instead of critical thinking. That opinion is evidenced by the recent sentencing to prison of several Georgia teachers and administrators for changing tests scores to reflect better performance of students and teachers.

This year begins a widening of the infamous Common Core Curriculum and PARC testing. More emphasis on testing to evaluate teacher performance – not student knowledge. It might be said that Common Core should be named “Communist” Core, but since the U.S. ranks lower than Russia and even the Slovak Republic, that title might be confused as a compliment.

We are now at the start of the race for the next President. According to Google the people searching for background information about Hillary Clinton aren’t looking for details about her long history of escaping criminal prosecution for activities from the Rose Law Firm to the FBI files mysteriously found in her office. Her Benghazi cover-up wasn’t even making the grade for background information.

It seems that even at #2, IPSOS may be underestimating voter ignorance. Maybe we can be ranked #1 yet.

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