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About Virginia: Time to Chop Off the Many Heads of the Snake

Virginia is the resounding warning bell of what happens when fellow Americans turn on each other.

It’s deeper that just whites being afraid of black militant leaders and turning on whites, or differences in politics and differences of opinions about immigration.  It’s about how we really got “here”.

It’s Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals and the slow progressive liberal march to where we are now.

This is the snake that is about to devour America.  This is the snake that is about to devour Americans … and it doesn’t care about opinions and “sides.”  It will devour all Americans.

We need to stop chopping at the tail, because it’s closer, and go for the head. The snake, in this case, has many heads.

In my humble opinion … one is the head of the media.  Most of the media is owned by Globalists who want us to implode, from within, open our borders, create a NWO with a world government … with both sides, fighting each other and being the losers.  One of the “heads” is the colleges, saturated with progressive left Alinsky followers.  Another, is the head of Hollywood who is still angry at Joe McCarthy, who exposed them for what they were/are and are making sure their liberal, communist, socialist, misguided ideology, stays intact.

We need to protest the media corporations, not each other. Go there, arm in arm and demand the truth.  We need to demand the truth … no filler … just the truth.

We need to go to the college offices and protest … pull our kids out of the liberal colleges, turning our children in to anarchist dummies.  We need to implore the wealthy to withdraw their donations and support for these colleges.

We need to go into our elementary schools and take a closer look at what our kids are being taught, the lesson plans, etc. There should be open-circuit video in each class, so parents can see if the teacher is teaching … or preaching.

I could go on, but what I am saying is … that instead of spraying each other with mace … hitting each other with baseball bats, etc. let’s realize we have all been duped and used as a pawn.

Everyone talks about Alinsky’s 12 Rules for radicals … let’s talk a closer look at those rules, and turn the tables. Let’s take each of those 12 rules and determine how to turn each one around.  Let’s stop looking for overnight successes.  It took the progressive left a long time to get where they are now.

The last Civil War is a part of history many would have us forget.  But, let’s not forget how “pumped” both sides were with the idea of “the fight.”  Let’s remember how both sides marched proudly down the streets of their towns, with their own version of “right and wrong.”  Let’s not forget how many people were killed, how many towns were destroyed, the poverty it created, and how those “proud soldiers” who did make it home … came home broken.

Yes, there is a fight to be had.  But … it should not be between each other.  It should be against big government who want us dependent upon them (not talking about President Trump).  It should be against a corrupt, lawless, biased media who incites anger by editing videos and stretching truths to meet the biased agenda of their bosses.  It should be a fight against the unchallenged progressive liberal professors in our colleges.

The only way America wins.  The only way we, as American wins … is to chop the snake off at its many heads.

 

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Debbie Barth: 08/13/2017 at 11:50 am EDT © All rights reserved

 

My Thoughts: The Accusations Thrown At Eric Bolling

I read this (see link below) and frankly, think it’s ridiculous for someone to get upset because someone, anyone called her “pretty.” If Eric Bolling did what he is accused of … he should be gone. If he really did send out a picture of his genitals … he should be gone. But before we destroy someone’s livelihood … where are these pictures? Where is the proof.

Now, as far as Gene Simmons is concerned … get a life … he is a rock star … rock singers and bands are not what one would deem as “choir boys.” We already know this.

But … if there is no proof and only the world of this woman (to my knowledge no one else has come forward, who allegedly made this claim) and all she can come up with is he called her pretty, or Dr. Hottie … AND … after all his “coming on” to her … WILLINGLY … went up to his office … then she should be laughed at and he should not lose his job. I’m saying if he didn’t do this or if there is no proof.

And, yes … I will take this a little further … it’s seems the only ones making these claims are liberals. The same group trying to take down Fox News.

Take a good look at the stories about liberal directors and producers, talk show hosts, Hollywood actors, and oh my goodness … the “boys in the band.” And, I’m talking about the ones who openly have a liberal, if not progressive liberal, socialist viewpoint. Why are these very same people not disgusted by them?

Whether this is true or not … what is obvious … is the hypocrisy of the left.

Trust me … I am against sexual abuse … especially for children. That’s why I wrote The Promise Book; Tell Someone. I was a victim. I was ignored.

But … I’m also against the liberals who justify the “anything and everything is ok … don’t judge me” mentally … and then cry “wolf” at everyone who speaks to conservative ideas.

I do not justify obscenity … be it pornographic pictures and gestures, …or … the flat-out hypocrisy of a group of people trying to destroy people who do not agree with their progressive left agenda.

My comments are not toward, for, or against Eric Bolling. My comments are directed solely to the obscene hypocrisy rearing its ugly head, so prevalent, in this county. (No pun intended.)

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Debbie Barth: 08/06/2017 at 2:24 pm EDT © All rights reserved

I’ve Been Thinking About President Trump And Transgender In The Military

President Trump rattled a few people, today, with his decision concerning transgender in the Military.

Imagine … Joe goes into the military and undergoes training designed for male prowess … all records show … he’s a man … then, one year later Joe starts hormone treatments, psych evals, and surgeries, because … he wants to be a “Josephine.” … which limits his/her/it’s ability to do the job he signed up for and for which he is being paid. AND … there are the hundreds of $1000 of dollars spent on this one individual, because … he wants to be a she. So … all the military records will need to be changed, the physical training programs for this individual now must be designed with the physical restraints required for a woman … and … the beat goes on.

The interaction with others on the base and out in the field obviously takes a toll, because of the transition that is happening and the evolution of this person, once a man, now a woman (or vice versa). Anyone who doesn’t believe that it effects everyone around this guy/girl seriously is not grasping reality.

The fact that those, serving and disagree with this culture … and, who feel that this “culture” is “forcing itself” on them … and … forcing other soldiers to condone that ideology … will only serve to insert resentment toward the Trans-soldier. In the heat of battle, this is most certainly a distraction.

And … how do Military recruiters and personnel sort out those future Trans who ONLY join the Military, to get free (or less costly) treatments, medicines and surgeries from those who are truly wanting to serve, and … fight for this country? How do they do that?

Obviously, those who have already gone through the transition BEFORE joining have a good argument but, certainly … not those who are openly say they are Trans and will be going through the process. Or … mention it, after joining.

This issue of Transgender in the military is so much more complex than just being a “social issue.” I’ve only mentioned a few of the … obvious … issues.

This is not a Social Media Corporation … this is our military forces … put in foreign lands … faced with life or death situations, and … at times … fighting the enemy for their own lives.

And, when it comes to putting hundreds of thousands of brave men and women serving our country as the Government’s priority, over the Transgender issue … and, taking the time needed to sort all of this out … frankly … I’m all for that.

 

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Debbie Barth: 07/26/2017 at 7:36 pm EDT
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My Take On The CNN Protest Against Fake News: July 22, 2017

Last Saturday, July 22, 2017 … people who are tired of all the fake news, the slander and the assassination of innocent people’s character, came together … in protest … in front on the CNN Headquarters, in Atlanta, Ga.

The founders of Media Equalizer, Brian Maloney and Melanie Morgan were present and vocalized their frustration with the way CNN has conducted smear campaigns against those in alignment with President Trump.

Brian Crabtree, a local talk radio show host in Atlanta, told Breitbart News CNN is “destroying” American culture.”  Crabtree has a valid point when he says that CNN fails to talk about how illegal border crossings are down 70 to 80 percent, and that $65 to $80 billion regulations have evaporated, since President Trump has been in office … for only six months.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported only 30 people were in attendance.  The Hill quoted the AJC, with the same numbers.  Breitbart reported 150 people were in attendance.  The people who organized the event … and, would have a more factual account … reported that there were as many as 250 people who were coming and going during the protest.

What cannot be disputed is that there were no people injured, there was no looting, no buildings or cars were set on fire, and no store windows were broken.  There was no garbage, paper cups, articles of clothing … nothing … left behind for someone else to cleanup. The protesters, while disagreeing with some of the requests by law enforcement (and, challenging some of those requests), respected the police officers, and abided by the law.

I feel that the message sent to the nation is not only that America is tired of fake news, false hysteria and character assassinations …but also … there is a dignified and peaceful way to protest that upholds and respects the very right to assemble in peace and the freedom of speech … as afforded by our glorious U.S. Constitution.

History is not always made by large numbers.  History is made by people willing to stand together, in sweltering heat, no matter the size of the group, to stand up for American values and against the fake news that is tearing this country apart.

As it was with the famous Woolworth’s sit-in in Greensboro, N.C., in 1960 … first day there were four … the next day, 25 … and that number grew into mass protests all other the United States … so will it be … I believe … for the CNN protest and the fight against false hysteria, biased character assassinations, and fake news of which is like a cancer, metastasized and destroying this nation.

God Bless Brian Maloney, Melanie Morgan, the other organizers of this particular protest, and the brave, selfless people who stood in the sweltering heat, mindless to any threat that might have arisen or to any chiding by CNN, or false reporting … for taking on the media conglomerate and fighting to bring back truth in reporting.

This is America.  Give us the truth, and “We, the people,” will make up our own minds and do our own thinking.

* Brian Maloney and Melanie Morgan also are the founders of the Facebook group.  Stop The Scalping (STS)

 

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Debbie Barth: 07/24/2017 at 11:26 pm EDT
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When Did “Rich” Become A Bad Word?

I make it a habit to respect other people’s Facebook profile pages, therefore, when I see something that I don’t agree with, or that is downright upsetting … I just keep on moving.  And, I expect the same respect from others, concerning my page.  Now, that does not mean that I will not let off a little steam on MY profile.  So, here goes.

 I just read some “words of wisdom” from someone … which is, in my opinion … the worst advice one could give, but … does sum up why America is no longer a well-respected country, known for its pride in ,.. and commitment for … excellence. 

This “Life Guru” suggests there is no difference is a $5.00 bottle of wine and a $200.00 bottle of wine.  It’s just “grape juice.”  I would suggest the Guru as never had a really good $200.00+ bottle of wine.  There is most certainly a difference. 

The Guru suggests that there is no difference in a Honda or a Mercedes-Benz … both will “get you there.”  I would suggest that it isn’t just about the “destination” … it IS about how you get there, as well.   I could go on and use the modest home/mansion example (it’s all just living space to the “Guru.” … clothes …. on and on.  Trust me, there is a difference.

 What really bothered me was the “Life Guru’s” suggestion to parents to tell their children to not strive to be rich … but to be … “happy.”  My thought is … why not strive for both.

 For one thing, happiness is not reserved only for those without a lot of money.  And, “rich” can mean different things to different people.  Basically, for some, just being able to pay bills and live in a comfortable home is rich.  The one thing I don’t understand, however, is … when “rich” became such a bad thing?

 Per the “life Guru” … instead of parents encouraging their child to excel, work hard and to strive for the best life possible … to his or her ability (which also benefits the his/her children he/she brings into the world, by the way) … just do whatever “makes him/her” happy. 

 Perhaps, studying Greek history, or pottery.  The inference is one doesn’t need a lot of money to be “happy,” so why bother knocking yourself out?  Just be average, don’t strive for anything more than you need, and just … “have fun.”

 Are today’s parents seriously not encouraging their children to be the best they can be?  Are they seriously telling their children that they will never be happy driving an expensive car, having a beautiful home, and living life to the fullest??  Are they seriously saying don’t work hard just to make more because “you can’t be happy … and rich?”

 Being highly successful … personally and financially is not only about the money.  Even more importantly, it’s about feeling good about oneself.  It’s about the pride one feels when one looks around at his/her accomplishments.  It’s about one’s self-worth.  Those attributes are priceless.  But those attributes are earned, not just given.  The home, the cars, the clothes … yes … they are secondary.  They are the residuals of the hard work.  And … they can be awesome residuals!

 My point is this … instead of this “Life Guru” suggesting that parents tell the children not to strive for “rich” (whatever that is to an individual) …but to “be happy, instead.”  How about we tell how children to strive for both.  It is attainable … and a heck of a lot more rewarding.

 

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Debbie Barth: 04/04/2017 at 2:46:15 pm EDT

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They Can All Make-Believe That I’m Watching

I have seen a few comments regarding a certain awards show.  I am not watching.  Actually, I haven’t watched for years.  But … NO … it isn’t because they are using their platform and notoriety to bash our President.  I would not sit through two hours of them bashing ANYONE.

 I will not sit there and watch two hours of hypocrisy.  I would not sit there watching all the bizarre outfits, or the women wearing “next-to-nothing”, showing off as much of their breasts and butt they can, while claiming to be advocates for women’s rights and demanding … “respect” … and claiming to be outraged by anything they find remotely “offensive” (although some is true).

 I have no respect for people who are blessed to live in beautiful homes (sometimes 3 or 4), drive fancy cars, vacation in exotic ports, so far removed from “regular” people, and yet, use their platform, and their notoriety to expound their political beliefs under the guise of “caring about people” at award shows.

 If they wanted to use the time for anything other than to graciously accept an award for their work … and, if they truly cared about “the people” … then why aren’t they talking about how much money they have donated to promote the cure for cancer or leukemia, or help the children at St. Jude, or help veterans who are homeless, and all homeless people, and ask everyone in the room, and watching to do the same?  Why not talk about rebuilding neighborhoods and schools?  Why? 

 Because, in my humble opinion, they …really … don’t … care.  Bashing the President and conservatives secures future work for them.  It’s all a lie.  It’s all … make-believe.

So, while they are on the stage, ranting and raving about their rights and the rights of others (that fits their views) and letting people into this country who ignore our laws and processes, and will contribute little to nothing to America … while they are gushing all over their “successes” tonight … they can make-believe that I am watching.

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 Debbie Barth: 02/26/2017 at 9:12:04 pm EDT © All rights reserved

The Inconvenience of National Security

The people who were caught traveling and then detained … were caught in the middle of President Trump’s Executive Order and a temporary travel ban.  No one was purposely detained for harassment.  It doesn’t matter who the people are … or … who they worked for … there will be people inconvenienced, if they come here without the proper paperwork and authorization, and from countries marked as hotbeds of ISIS activity.  It should be noted … this is a temporary travel ban.

People at the Boston Marathon, the twelve fatally shot days after giving the murderers a baby shower, and the innocent victims, simply enjoying a night out at a club, have been inconvenienced, as well.  Have we forgotten about them? …Don’t they matter?  Are twelve people inconvenienced at an airport because they did not prepare earlier enough for this more important?

CAIR, Clinton’s friend (their close friend) (D) Virginia Governor McAuliffe, Muslim leaders, and warm-fuzzy protesters were delighted and ready to jump on this.  These are the people that we should be upset with, and not President Trump, who is living up to his campaign promises to keep this country safe.

This is exactly what he promised to do.  He said he was going to put this in place as soon as possible, once in office.  He was voted into office, because of his campaign promises.

It is unfortunate that we are at war with ISIS and people in other countries, who have found it very easy to come into this country, previously.  It is unfortunate that so many American lives have been lost, due to the easy access of terrorists, prior to this administration.  It is unfortunate that some, from other countries may be detained and inconvenienced.

It is however, good to know that our President is keeping his promises, putting the safety of Americans first, and, just a week after being sworn into office …his policies are working.

 

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 Debbie Barth: 01/28/2017 at 6:01:03 pm EDT © All rights reserved

Are Guns a Blame of Convenience?

Gun laws fail safety test: GreensThe Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C. is holding its probe into President Obama’s ambitious plan to tackle gun violence in the wake of last month’s Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.  Simultaneously, hundreds of miles away in a small southern town, a man fatally shot a school bus driver and took a young six-year old child hostage, yesterday … and is still holding the child hostage, today.  The man boarded a school bus parked near a church in Midland, Ala., yesterday, shot the driver four times, grabbed the boy and is still, at this time of this writing, holding the child hostage in a home-made bunker in his back yard.

Naturally, there is irony in that both are happening simultaneously. But is irony really soon becoming a “way of life’ for us Americans? Senate Committees holding gun-law probes and miles away gun-related violence is being reported. But, what do we, as individuals, need to do in order stop this? Don’t we, as individuals, have any responsibility to make change? Or, are we just leaving it up to the government and new gun laws. That is, after all, more convenient than taking inventory of ourselves and making some changes.

In my humble opinion, it would be a healthy start to stop looking for one … “blame of convenience.” It’s so easy to blame the National Rifle Association (NRA) and gun ownership, rather than to take a look at ourselves and to see if we … each and every one of us … aren’t somewhat responsible.

As far as passing more gun legislation, wouldn’t it be more proactive to enforce the gun laws that we already have, than to create more laws? The loopholes in the gun laws that are already in place … have more holes than Dunkin has donuts. How about we try filling in these holes, first.

Maybe it’s time we re-think our “it’s none of my business” mentality, start being more observant, and take action if things don’t seem right. In every one of the mass school shootings, it became evident that were visible signs of problems in each of the individuals involved, and yet no one did or said anything. I think I’d rather have a family member, neighbor, or friend mad at me, than to think that I could have helped to prevent a tragedy, but didn’t.

Here’s a thought, maybe it’s time to work with the police when they are trying to get the bad guys off the street and out of your neighborhood, rather than slamming the door in their face.

How about monitoring the amount of violence our children are subjected to in movies, T.V., music and video games. I believe that there is no better case for “life imitating art” than what we are seeing play out today in our schools and neighborhoods … and the aforementioned art forms.

It’s seems to me that more people are more interested in creating babies than they are families, nowadays. And that, I feel is one of the biggest problems. It’s right up there with taking God and pride in Country out of the equation.

Yep, we can blame guns and gun laws all we want … and there is some merit in that, I agree … but we seem to be falling short of all the other reasons, the underlying reasons that we … as individuals … need to realize, and for which we need to take some responsibility.

I feel we need to start asking ourselves some serious questions about what it is we can do to make a difference, and then take action. We need to stop making guns and gun laws the sole … “blame of convenience.”