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A Country Full of Witches and Pagans and Nazis and Porn

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Welcome back one and all to our USA Really daily podcast for November 20. We’re still getting ready for Thanksgiving, as I’m sure you all are. My parents just arrived for the week and I’m sure we’re going to have a good time.

Last night I went to a memorial service for a Moscow priest who was martyred in his church 9 years ago by a Muslim extremist because this priest was so successful at converting Muslims to the true faith. His name is Fr. Daniel Sysoev, and if you haven’t heard of him, I strongly urge you all to go find out about him!

First, I want to remind you about our two chances for you to win wheelbarrows full of cash—our Global Democracy Award where we’re looking for original works on the US government’s interference in other states, and our Zuckerberg Wanted action where we’re looking for solid evidence of the government enforcing illegal censorship online, and especially on social networks. In both cases, you could find yourself the happy owner of several thousands of dollars, so check both of these items out!

And let’s get things moving with today’s opinion piece. It’s one from Jesse Dominick called “Our Porn-Perverted Public,” that was inspired, he says, by an article talking about how the political right used to wage war against pornography—Jerry Falwell and the Moral Majority and all that—but now that is completely off the table. Porn is huge and everyone seems to accept it and porn stars are household names. But, porn is destroying our families, its destroying our relationships, and its destroying our souls. It distorts how we think and how we act, and it distorts the very plan that God has for us. Adam and Eve beheld the forbidden fruit and saw only sensual pleasure in it, and this is precisely what pornography, and all lust, does. Definitely check out this piece to see how the author takes you through all of this.

Then as usual, let’s move into our “This Day in History” piece. On this day in 1776, the Battle of Fort Lee in the Revolutionary War took place. This battle marked the successful British and Hessian Armies invasion of New Jersey that led to the retreat of the Continental Army under Washington. And in 1943, the Battle of Tarawa began in the Pacific Theater of WW2. This was the first American offensive during the war that happened in the strategically important Central Pacific region, and also the first time that the Japanese seriously opposed an American landing. And on this day in 1969, Alcatraz was occupied. Historians still argue about the exact reasons why Native Americans decided to occupy the island of Alcatraz, yet, it happened, and their voice was finally heard by the Federal Government. But as for what they wanted, well you’re just going to have to read the piece to find that out!

Then we’ve got our next part in the series “Voting problems, fraud, scandals plague polling places across America,” and this time the spotlight is on Illinois. Here’s a representative quote of what Election Day was like in some places in Illinois: “There are only 10 actual voting machines set up, and so there’s a wait even once you get registered to actually cast your ballot,” one County Board member said. “I think the wait should be a great deal shorter because we’ve known about this congestion at this location for many years. I thought we’ve had it addressed several times over, but obviously it’s still not addressed.” Electronic poll books, which are used to check people in before they can move on to a voting machine, kept freezing. Each time that happened, nobody could sign in to vote, which put lines at a standstill and left several voting machines empty. And etc., etc., etc.

Then we’ve got a look at some important economic indices, mainly the S&P 500, with an analysis of what all the numbers mean. The US S&P 500 index, which reached a record 2940 points in September, fell sharply to 2603 points in October (-11.5% of the highs). The shares of high-tech companies fell first of all, as well as other US indexes. Is this the beginning of a full-fledged crisis as in 2008? The external background supports such theories: There’s the rise of rates by the Federal Reserve, the compression of the monetary base in the US, and trade wars. But some important indicators suggest that this is a correction rather than a full-fledged crisis. This piece will guide you through the numbers, so be sure to check it out.

And here’s a headline to grab your attention: “Witches-Feminists and Hipsters-Pagans Growing in the US.” The best source of data on the number of witches in the US comes from assessments of the Wicca population which show that Wicca is a growing movement. According to polls, not all people who practice witchcraft consider themselves Wicca, but the religion makes up a significant subset. As for other sources, Pew Research studies have shown a rapid increase in the popularity of so-called neo-paganism, astrology and magical practices among millennials. In particular, the number calling themselves Wiccans or pagans grew from 1 to 9%. In 2014, Pew found that .4%, or about 1 or 1.5 million Americans identify as Wiccan or pagan, which suggests continued robust growth.

Next up, we’ve got Part 14 of the series “Voting Problems, Fraud, Scandals Plague Polling Places Across America.” This one’s on Indiana and it’s long enough to warrant two parts. In Indiana, problems in the polling stations began before the election itself, where there weren’t enough poll workers to handle all the voters. Although the authorities said the problem would be solved quickly, no one was able to fulfill their obligations qualitatively. Most estimates suggest they lacked 185 staff members. "We have a couple of beads of sweat on our foreheads because we need more counters and couriers to make sure things run smoothly," said Russell Hollis, Deputy Director at the Marion County Clerk's office, said the day before the election. Elsewhere, employees had to bypass the servers that had been paid for in order to get the voting machines to actually work. Good use of money! It’s the same here as in every state it seems…

Then there’s part 2 of Indiana, so be sure to check that out. Voters had to stand in line for hours, and in some places they didn’t even get “I voted” stickers cause the places didn’t want to pay for them! Harumph!

The next one is something you really don’t want to see: “Chicago Hospital Shooting: Police Officer, 2 Employees, and Gunman Dead.” Apparently the suspected gunman and a female employee of the hospital got into an argument in the parking lot and when another employee tried to intervene, the man revealed that he was armed. The employee ran inside to call 911, and soon after a second call was made to report a shooting. The police arrived and the suspect began shooting at them too. The slain police officer was Samuel Jimenez. One witness said of the shooter: “He was like, he didn't care about nobody, or nothing.”

This next piece is super messed up. Apparently some Asian-American lady has gathered a bunch of Asian children around her so she can brainwash them to be liberal snowflake SJW libtards. And she records it for YouTube, of course, showing us that it’s more about her personal fame than anything else. She does things like show them pictures of Trump and have the children scream about how awful he is. And she shows them pictures of Hello Kitty, who apparently has no mouth, and she has trained the students to answer that there’s no mouth because the male patriarchy doesn’t want an Asian woman to be able to speak. Crazy crap like that. Apparently there’s been a lot of backlash, but this loon is forging ahead with a new season it seems. Good times.

And do you know who Gavin McGinnes is? He’s a Canadian conservative radio/YouTube personality. Apparently he’s been around a while and was instrumental in starting the whole hipster thing. And he must have started some group called the Proud Boys, who are now garnering attention as a supposed extremist hate group. McInnes denies it, but it looks like they might have a history of glorifying violence and amping up tensions at political events. And in the broader scheme of things, American white supremacists are apparently going to Ukraine to learn from their Nazi brothers there, and the US government is turning a blind eye because those Ukie Nazis are anti-Russian. I’m not surprised at all about the Ukrainian Nazis, actually. They routinely attack good, simple Ukrainians, especially those who are members of the canonical Orthodox Church there. They steal churches and beat up priests and believers. It’s truly shameful.

And a Nebraska car dealer has been caught in a multi-million dollar fraud. A former auto dealer from the quiet and distant town of Fremont, Nebraska has been indicted in federal court on 13 counts of wire fraud after local prosecutors stated he had lied to financial institutions, costing them more than $3 million. Apparently he likes to take loans for work and then blow the cash on himself, or take loan upon loan upon loan, not revealing to each successive institution that he has already taken loans. There’re enough charges here that if convicted, he could spend the rest of his life in jail. Good job, buddy.

And our last piece for the day is an exhaustive look at how Trump runs the country from Twitter. You know you all love to go to your favorite news site and find the latest dirt on Trump’s latest Tweet. But, he doesn’t just run his mouth there—he also makes important policy announcements there. This is a revolution in the political world and it’s forcing the rest of the world to play catch up. Anyways, if that interests you, check out this piece for the whole exhaustive breakdown of what’s going on.

And with the news over and done with, let’s take a preview look at tomorrow’s opinion piece before we close up shop for the night. The piece is called “Is the Pentagon Burning Our Money?” by Winston Smith. He writes: “News the Pentagon cannot even keep track of what America has spent on defense comes at a time when the number of homeless veterans is on the rise. The DoD is expected to release the news on a failed audit it took three decades to complete. Despite the fact, the United States spends more on defense than Russia, China, Germany, France, India, and the UK combined; it seems a unique kind of insanity grips Americans. We’ve bases and various states of war going on all over the world, but nothing ever seems to be over. Afghanistan to Syria an alleged “war on terror” seems to either be totally unwinnable or a complete fallacy. An announcement by the National Defense Strategy Commission frames the lunacy claiming “the Defense Department isn't financially or strategically set up to wage two wars at once and could even lose a war against China or Russia individually.” Talk about bang for our bucks!”

And with that, ladies and gentlemen, we wish you a good night. Thanks for listening, thanks for reading, and keep it right here for all the news you need to know.

 

Author: USA Really