Leslie Van Houten was a member of the Charlie Manson “family,” an infamous cult of unrepentant monsters devoted to orgies of sex, torture, and murder. In 1969, the 19-year-old Van Houten plunged a knife into Rosemary LaBianca 14 times. Van Houten made sure the last thing Rosemary witnessed before she died was the murder of her husband, Leno, by the Manson gang. A Los Angeles jury sentenced Van Houten to death, but California law subsequently commuted her sentence to life in prison. Recently, a parole board recommended that she be freed, in large part due to decades of efforts on her behalf by Left-wing academics
Comments: The parole board has recommended her parole once before. Gov. Brown vetoed it. We’ll see what happens this time. He may do the politically correct thing and decide to veto again. There is no sympathy for Manson’s girls in CA.
Even the photo will make you ill. The glee…
Bernardine Dohrn gets a well-deserved shout out. Bill Ayers’s wife. We know that story.
I am not supposed to hate people, but I do hate Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn. They really are deplorable people. As for Leslie Van Houghton, I hope that Governor Moonbeam does the right thing and does not grant parole. There are crimes and then there are horrific crimes.
In case you are not aware of it: This is a war to destroy the united States of America from within. As Obama put it, to fundamentally change this nation. But, before you can do that, you have to tear down all the institutions and cultural norms. You have to separate the people from their heritage, their traditions and their history. Thus you have to glorify everything they hate. You have to make despised everything they loved. you have to shame every one in their entire history they once thought of as role models...Jefferson, Washington, Lincoln, Columbus, and the brave and not so brave of the famous conflicts of that nation- including their heroes of war, including their civil war. You have to make what is considered bad into things good and good into things bad. Thus a detached and wandering populace can be given an entirely new identity. By making the reprehensible things, like murder, communism, and deceit honorable, you so confuse the people, they no longer worship at their shattered altars. they will accept anything you put before them. and if you make them fearful, they will surrender to anyone who offers them peace. They will willingly walk right through the doors of the salve barn. This is how the fundamental changes these leftist cretins are working toward are made. And it is all pre-written, pre-planned and well on the way to success. It has been ongoing for the last 40 years!
Las Vegas sheriff Joseph Lombardo broke down the timeline of the 75 chaotic minutes Sunday night between when shots first rang out and when police found gunman Stephen Paddock dead in his hotel room 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay. The first shots were fired at 10:05 p.m., according to closed-circuit television from the concert venue. The shooting continued for 10 minutes, until 10:15 p.m. Fifty-eight people were killed in the shooting, and 489 injured, Lombardo said. Lombardo said he doesn´t know why Paddock stopped firing, but he "could´ve kept continued firing, some were jammed but he could´ve continued." The first officers arrived
Stephen Paddock, the gunman who carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, checked into a room at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on Thursday.(Snip)However, a person who says he was a guest in the same room published a video on Facebook of the huge suite. He said he and his wife had stayed there one year earlier.Based on the guest´s video, it looks like Paddock stayed in a 1,705-square-foot "Vista" suite — a sprawling suite with wide windows looking out onto the Las Vegas Strip.The suite has what the Mandalay Bay calls a
A group of conservative House Democrats is embracing some elements of a GOP plan to cut taxes, potentially creating an opening for Republicans to win bipartisan support. The Blue Dog coalition, which has 18 members in the House, said it’s open to lowering business taxes, the first significant sign of a crack in Democratic opposition to the GOP approach. Their position was included in a plan to be released Wednesday outlining the group’s stance on taxes. The Blue Dog proposal comes as Republicans are trying to build support for their nine-page tax framework, released last week, which faces opposition from many Democrats
Daniel Henninger, the usually perceptive deputy editor of the Wall Street Journal’s editorial page, says he’s stumped when it comes to President Trump’s “thoughts on sovereignty.” “I have no fully graspable idea what he is talking about,” writes Henninger in a recent column on the president’s more than 20 references to the concept of sovereignty in his speech last month to the U.N. General Assembly. (Snip)As a matter of fact, the concept of sovereignty as an overarching principle of the American republic originated not with Bannon and Miller, but with James Madison, John Adams, and the American Founders. “In America,” Trump told
In abruptly scheduled remarks, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday refuted a report that said he was on the verge of resigning from his Cabinet post over the summer and called President Trump a "moron." The report came from NBC News and was not confirmed by CBS News. "I have never considered leaving this post," Tillerson said about what he called an "erroneously" reported story. Just minutes before Tillerson´s remarks, Mr. Trump tweeted that NBC News is "fake news." NBC news is #FakeNews and more dishonest than even CNN. They are a disgrace to good reporting. No wonder their news ratings are way
Mandalay Bay shooter Stephen Paddock gambled with at least $160,000 in the past several weeks at Las Vegas casinos, according to senior law enforcement officials. There were 16 Currency Transaction Reports, or CTRs, filed for Paddock in recent weeks. The Treasury Department and the IRS mandate that casinos file the reports for "each transaction in currency involving cash-in and cash-out of more than $10,000 in a gaming day." The reports don´t show whether Paddock won or lost or both on the days in question. They do show that on same days there were multiple transactions. A source familiar with the
Newsweek has retracted its story that reviewed the public records of Marilou Danley, the girlfriend of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock. The initial report was based on many public records, but included an error that came to light after publication when a family member came forward. Danley remains a "person of interest" in the shooting investigation of the slaughter of 59 people Sunday night in Las Vegas.
Washington: The man suspected of the deadliest shooting spree in US history was described as a high roller, but authorities could not immediately determine if his gambling luck had gone way south. (Snip)In the weeks before the massacre, Paddock filled out several required federal financial reports signalling that he either had won more than $US10,000 in a single gaming day or laid out a sum larger than that at the casino, said the federal law enforcement official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is confidential. NBC News, which first reported on Paddock´s large transactions, said some of the Currency
Puerto Rico is a test case of whether nationalism is as dispensable as the heightening conventional wisdom assumes. Puerto Rico possesses many of the attributes assumed to represent the utopian post-national future, such as open borders with the United States, diversity, and a lack of national sovereignty. Yet, as demonstrated once again by the current post-hurricane crisis of electricity outages, in part caused by the power company failing to trim trees, Puerto Rico is instead a pit of corruption and fecklessness. Obviously, U.S. taxpayers will wind up paying to turn the electricity back on. But Puerto Rico is illuminating about the long-run sustainability
Manila, Philippines --Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock encouraged his girlfriend Marilou Danley to leave the country before his attack that left 58 people dead, her sisters told CNN affiliate in Australia 7 News.(Snip)The other sister said Danley, who arrived back in the US from the Philippines on Tuesday, "didn´t even know that she was going to the Philippines, until Steve said, ´Marilou, I found you a cheap ticket to the Philippines.´" She added Danley was likely "even (more) shocked than us" by his actions. "No one can put the puzzles together, no one, except Marilou, because Steve is not here to talk
A FORMER Gold Coast woman who was reportedly the girlfriend of mass-murderer Stephen Paddock is the potential key to unlocking why he staged an horrific long-ranged sniper attack on a concert crowd from a high-rise Las Vegas casino. (Snip)Born in the Philippines, Ms Danley moved to the Gold Coast where she married a local man who worked in advertising and became an Australian citizen, living at Nerang for around 10 years until the late 1980s. The man, Les Darcey, has since passed away. Ms Danley worked with him for at least some of the time as a bookkeeper and had also had
Marilou Danley, the longtime girlfriend of the Las Vegas gunman, returned to the United States Tuesday night and was met at the Los Angeles airport by FBI agents, according to the Associated Press. Authorities are hoping she can shed light on what drove Stephen Paddock to open fire from his casino hotel room Sunday night. (Snip)Paddock met Marilou Danley several years ago while she was working as a high-limit hostess for Club Paradise at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa in Reno, Nev., said his brother Eric Paddock. “They were adorable — big man, tiny woman. He loved her. He doted on
Hayley Geftman-Gold, the now-fired CBS lawyer who was until yesterday a vice president in their strategic transactions department has become the poster girl for ruling class progressive hatred and condescension toward working class whites. With two Ivy League degrees (Penn undergrad, Columbia Law) to her name, standing as “an officer of the court” in the New York State Bar, and powerful position in shaping the future of a major media purveyor of news and politics, an entrepreneur husband[i], and a fashionable Brooklyn Heights address, she is clearly a member of the ruling class, junior division. She presents herself professionally as
Pop megastar Lady Gaga said “blood is on the hands of” Congress and President Donald Trump if they don’t unite and enact gun control legislation in the wake of the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival in Las Vegas Sunday night. “This is terrorism plain and simple. Terror bares no race, gender or religion. Democrats & Republicans please unite now #guncontrol,” the “Poker Face” singer tweeted Monday. Follow xoxo, Gaga ?@ladygaga Prayers are important but @SpeakerRyan @realDonaldTrump blood is on the hands of those who have power to legislate. #GunControl act quickly. https://twitter.com/speakerryan/status/914859094472785920 …
In the wake of the horrific tragedy in Las Vegas, celebrities have decided to use death as a stump for their activism. And of course, who better to lead the way than professional protester Michael Moore. Moore is not backing down on Trump. He told anchor Amy Goodman on Democracy Now!, “We have got to get rid of Trump.” Even in the case of war with North Korea, Moore wanted only to “get rid of” Trump. He said, “We are in the French Resistance.” So America is now occupied by Nazis? He continued, “Don’t even stop to think. If Trump
The mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, strongly denounced Donald Trump Tuesday night after the president visited the island, calling him the “miscommunicator in chief” and “insulting.” “He was insulting to the people of Puerto Rico,” Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz said Tuesday night on MSNBC hours after meeting Trump face-to-face at a briefing with Puerto Rican leaders and the president. Beyond the briefing, Trump also toured damaged areas and helped distribute supplies, flicking paper towels into a crowd with the motion of a jump shot in basketball. All of it, Cruz said, was disingenuous. “This was a PR, 17-minute meeting.
Americans are increasingly confident in the news media and less so in President Donald Trump’s administration after a tumultuous year in U.S. politics that tested the public’s trust in both institutions, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday. The poll of more than 14,300 people found that the percentage of adults who said they had a “great deal” or “some” confidence in the press rose to 48 percent in September from 39 percent last November. Earlier this year, Trump branded the entire industry as the “enemy of the American people.”
Late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel opened his program Monday with a ten-minute political rant about Sunday’s mass murder in Las Vegas, saying “now is the time for political debate” about gun control. Dismissing as inadequate calls for prayers for the victims by President Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), the Jimmy Kimmel Live host said: “they should be praying for God to forgive them for letting the gun lobby run this country.” Kimmel railed against lawmakers who “won’t do anything about this because the NRA has their balls in a money clip,” insisting that their
Tuesday at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women, former first lady Michelle Obama said when she attended the State of the Union address she would notice the Republican side was “all men, all white,” and that was why she argued many people of color “don’t trust politics.” Speaking about diversity, Obama said, “We should be working actively to mix it up, so we’re getting a real broad range of perspectives on every issue. Shoot, I would see that in Congress.” She explained, “At the State of the Union address … when you are in the room what you can see is
The CBS legal executive who was fired for posting on Facebook that she had no sympathy for Las Vegas shooting victims because they were “country music fans” told the NYPD she’s being harassed online, officers said Wednesday. Hayley Geftman-Gold posted Monday about the massacre a day earlier. “If they wouldn’t do anything when children were murdered I have no hope that Republicans will ever do the right thing,” she wrote. “I’m actually not even sympathetic bc country music fans often are Republican gun toters.” She told cops that the post went viral shortly after she wrote the words. She then
Keith Olbermann, probably the only person ever fired from MSNBC for being too radical, cited former Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger and claimed that the Second Amendment doesn´t guarantee people´s right to own guns. He actually argued that, based in part on the amendment´s "militia" language, the Framers had intended for it to be a gun-control measure. He said it was meant to limit our access to firearms, not enable it. "The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed..." He says the Framers didn´t know that there would be a firearm capable of attacking
WASHINGTON -- After imploring "Congress to get off its ass and do something" after the Las Vegas mass shooting, one of the Senate´s top gun-control advocates is planning on unveiling new legislation to tighten background checks. Stephen Paddock, whose arsenal included 42 guns packed into 10 suitcases in the Mandalay Bay hotel suite he used as a point of attack, did not have a criminal record and passed background checks. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) acknowledged there´s no guarantee stricter laws would have stopped Paddock from acquiring his weapons, but “we can’t get caught in the trap of only advocating legislation that
Should House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell be repealed and replaced? The argument for their ouster, repeated ad nauseam, is that Republicans now control both houses of Congress, so how come the leaders won’t deliver for their Republican president? But are these attacks reasonable? Why has Mr. Ryan, for instance, come in for such sustained assaults by many on the right when the chamber he controls has delivered on significant fronts for both President Trump and conservatives generally, including — but not limited to — defense, health care, financial regulation and immigration?
After repeatedly demanding a “national dialogue” about gun control throughout NBC’s special coverage of the Las Vegas shooting on Monday, on Tuesday, the former Nightly News anchor abandoned any pretense of being a journalist as he slammed gun owners and urged liberal viewers to politically “organize” against the National Rifle Association. During a report on NBC’s Today in the 8 a.m. ET hour, Brokaw described the tragic events in Vegas as “Another made-in-America mass murder” and touted how “once again, we’re in the middle of a debate about guns in America.” He warned that “gun owners are stockpiling even more