An eyewitness account of the effects of islamisation, enforced immigration of refugees from predominantly muslim countries, and a message for all to consider.
Something is happening on our nation’s capitol. Something great. Despite the unprecedented onslaught of malicious, unnecessary attacks by political operative media and obstructionist politicians, the President is working long hours and already getting a lot done. But, it was something that I heard him say in a speech long before he declared his candidacy that is worth considering.
Introducing . . . THE LEAGUE OF CHIVALROUS AND ROMANTIC GENTLEMEN by Director & Associate Editor Steven Horton — Installment #1
In response to the chivalry, the art & practice of being a gentleman, and all things romantic are often in dire need of resurgence and advancement in today’s world, the Latte Party has formed a task force to study, collaborate on, and address this need in our society. We plan to do our share in making a contribution of primarily “new you can use” in these areas. This is the means by which the Latte Party will do its part to put the “cool” back into being Godly, gentlemanly, and romantically chivalrous – the League of Chivalrous and Romantic Gentleman, under the direction of Latte Party Vice President and Associate Editor Steven Horton.
CABINET AND SENIOR APPOINTEE RECOMMENDATIONS for the Next Presidential Administration from the American Preservation Alliance
OUR PREFERRED PICKS for the Trump Administration! After careful consideration, we have composed our recommended choices for the next Presidential administration’s cabinet and key appointees worthy of serious consideration. There are over 4000 positions that must be filled as quickly as possible, and potentially tens of thousands more throughout the Executive Branch. But, here are our preferences for the most senior and highly visible ones.
Our beloved and classy Latte Party President and lead freedom fighter has something very important to say about the history making decision that all Americans will have to make on November 8th, 2016
There has been a lot of wild speculation and erroneous information being spread around, mostly by TV show hosts, campaign officials, and “journalists”
about these matters of the FBI Director’s letter this past Friday to Member of Congress, communications by and devices owned by Hillary
Clinton and her associates, and the law. In addition to the reporting and analysis, a deluge of accusations, spin, and leaked stories are flying
everywhere like a tornado that where everyone has an opinion and keeps throwing fodder into that cyclone, colliding with everything else.
What many of these media folks are doing is making uninformed commentary on either incomplete or incorrect pieces of information,
making assumptions based upon information for which the veracity or validity of it or its source have not yet been proven.
In the interest of aiding our fellow citizens in being more properly informed, the following information is offered….
Your vote in this Presidential election will elicit one of two results: more freedom or less freedom to espouse your thoughts about what you believe and why you believe it. That could change. See why a vote for Clinton could mean that you lose your voice and even your freedom to express deeply held “religious beliefs”?
Multiple waves of cyber attacks today created a widespread disruption of internet service for millions of people and scores of systems worldwide, especially in the United States. News media, financial institutions, those who conduct online transactions, and those who depend upon social media messaging for communications got a real wakeup call today. This was a DDoS type cyber attack, a coordinated assault on some of underlying internet infrastructure. It was an exciting day in the IT and cybersecurity world. I got 125,729 views so far on my earlier facebook and twitter version of my last two posts about this (more than 100 times more than what I usually receive). So, here is some advice on what to do and my own speculation on who could be the culprit. So, here are some clarifications and more details.
SOMETHING TO CONSIDER: Some of our most successful presidents were not politicians such as Washington and Eisenhower. Some of them also weren’t so “presidential” in their mannerisms either. The difference is they did not have to contend with whiners on social media. Read on to learn more about what writer and activist Miss Angie Parrilla has to say about this.