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3 million page views since June 20th 2017

WordPress tried to destroy FOTM along with many other conservative blogs

In the wake of Hillary Clinton’s election failure, in spite of DNC vote fraud and a complicit lying news media, the tech giants realized that a significant factor in Donald Trump’s success was “alternative” online media. They decided on a comprehensive effort to take down conservative communication.

FOTM was forced to move to new hosting servers, and with the help of some significant IT experts, continued to publish new posts.

Three million visits since that time, and the “Little Blog The Could” is still standing.

With one year before the 2020 presidential election, it is likely the enemies of the Constitution will become more rash in their tactics.

Let’s buckle up for some turbulence, and commit our way to the Lord.

~ TD

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FOTM Approaching a Milestone

In 2017 WordPress began removing conservative blogs

Clustr Map is showing us coming up rapidly on 3 million page views since tech giant, WordPress, tried to snuff us out on August 15, 2018.

Here’s a screen shot from a few minutes ago:

Thank you Lord Jesus for defending us!

~ TD

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Steven Crowder Demands Answers of YouTube’s Gabbard Censorship

YouTube is manipulating searches? Shocker, not.

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Democrat Smoke Screen

The Democrat Impeachment Effort Is A Smoke Screen

US ARMY Stryker deploying smoke screen

US ARMY Stryker deploying smoke screen

smoke screen noun

Definition of smoke screen

  1. A screen of smoke to hinder enemy observation of a military force, area, or activity
  2. Something designed to obscure, confuse, or mislead

Examples of smoke screen in a Sentence

  • His campaign promises were just a smoke screen.
  • The truth was hidden behind a smoke screen of lies.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/smoke%20screen


Think of it as a means of distracting the conservatives from the real news.

And that news is the impending collapse of the Leftist Democratic house of cards. All the Democrat players are deeply interconnected. The Clintons, the Obamas, the treasonous FBI and CIA leaders, the media, led by CNN, the abortion mills, the Hollywood perverts, the satanists, the human traffickers and pedophiles, the Leftist professors, the globalists, are all tied together.

Their leaders are aware that one major take-down can lead to all of them falling, and fast. This means they are extremely dangerous. If there were ever a time to expect mass casualty false flag attacks, now is that time.

Let’s keep our eyes on the prize

Instead of focusing on the defense of the President, let’s continue to focus on any way we can lift the covers off the festering evils on the Left.

~ TD

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Conjecture About Artificial Intelligence and The Book of Daniel

“While I was thinking about the horns, there before me was another horn, a little one, which came up among them; and three of the first horns were uprooted before it. This horn had eyes like the eyes of a human being and a mouth that spoke boastfully.” – Daniel 7:8

This is speculation on my part, but I invite you to entertain the question about the identity of this strange ruler with “eyes like a man.”

Quotes about Artificial Intelligence:

Bill Gates:
“Humans should be worried about the threat posed by AI”.  “I am in the camp that is concerned about artificial intelligence.”

Stephen Hawking:
“AI is likely to be either the best or worst thing to happen to humanity”  “The Development of full artificial Intelligence could spell the end of the human race”

Dave Waters:
“Artificial intelligence (AI) is an infant at best. Once it becomes a teenager and believes it is smarter than its parents will AI rebel?”

As each year goes by, Daniel’s mysterious prophecy seems more prescient.

“Eyes like a man, and  mouth that speaks arrogantly.”
Hmmmm… could this be talking about CNN and the Fake News, or Google and the Tech Giants, or all the common appliances that are actually high tech spy tools?

The HAL 9000 is beginning to look
more like someone else we know.

But I’m not afraid; our God is greater. 

“Be still, and know that I am God.
I will be exalted among the nations;
I will be exalted in the earth.” – Psalm 46:10

TD

For another in depth treatment of the same subject, read this December 10, 2017 article by Dr. Eowyn:

Physicist Geordie Rose recruits techies to create a ‘tsunami’ of AI demons who see humans as ants

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50 state attorneys general launch antitrust investigation of Google

Something is finally being done about Google, the tech behemoth that systematically discriminates against conservatives and Christians.

Tellingly, more than a year ago in May 2018, Google got rid of its unofficial “Don’t be evil” motto that had been part of the company’s corporate code of conduct since 2000.

On Monday, Sept. 9, 2019, attorneys general for 50 U.S. states and territories officially announced an antitrust investigation of Google‘s threat to competition, consumers and the continued growth of the web.

The Washington Post reports that the investigation is led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and seven other attorneys general, four Democrats and four Republicans in total. Every state except Alabama and California, the latter ironically the home of Silicon Valley, so far has signed onto the bipartisan effort, as have Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.

During a news conference on Monday on the steps of the Supreme Court with officials from 11 states and the District of Columbia, Texas AG Ken Paxton, a Tea Party conservative, said the probe’s initial focus is Google’s online advertising, but promised the probe would go wherever the facts lead. State officials already have sent Google official legal demands for documents related to the investigation of online ads.

According to eMarketer, Google is expected to rake in more than $48 billion in U.S. digital ad revenue this year, far rivaling its peers, while capturing 75% of all spending on U.S. search ads. Describing Google as dominating “all aspects of advertising on the Internet and searching on the Internet,” Paxton said “They dominate the buyer side, the seller side, the auction side and the video side with YouTube.”

The other attorneys general raised additional complaints about Google, from the way the company processes and ranks search results to the extent to which it may not fully protect users’ personal information:

  • Sean Reyes, the Republican attorney general of Utah, said “There’s nothing wrong with being a dominant player when it’s done fairly,” and that while there is a “presumption” of innocence in such an investigation, still there is a “pervasiveness” to complaints about Google’s business practices.
  • Jeff Landry, the Republican attorney general of Louisiana, added: “We’re here because there’s an absolutely existential threat to our virtual marketplace.”
  • Ashley Moody, the Republican attorney general of Florida, said the states’ Google probe starts with the company’s vast data stores: “Google monitors our online behavior, and captures data on every one of us as we navigate the internet. This investigation will initially focus on capture of that information and whether Google embedded itself on every level of the online market [for] ad sales to monopolize this industry.”
  • Leslie Rutledge, a Republican attorney general from Arkansas, described Google as an “online search engine juggernaut” and raised her concern that searches for businesses, including doctors, are colored by the way the tech giant’s algorithms and advertising systems work — “I want the best advice, from the best doctors — not the doctor, not the clinic who can spend the most on advertising.”

Six years ago, federal watchdogs wrapped up an antitrust investigation into Google’s search and advertising practices and opted against bringing major penalties against the company, including breaking it up. Regulators around the world, however, have been more skeptical of Google: The European Union has issued the company $9 billion in competition-related fines over the past three years.

The attorneys general’s investigation marks the latest regulatory headache for Google and the rest of Silicon Valley, which have faced growing criticism — and widening state and federal scrutiny — into whether they’ve grown too big and powerful, undermining rivals and resulting in costlier or worse service for web users. Other probes include:

  • The Department of Justice and FTC also are scrutinizing Big Tech. DOJ has taken early interest in Google, and recently issued its first legal demand for records.
  • Another group of 11 state attorneys general — led by New York’s Letitia James — has begun their own probe against Facebook, on whether it violates competition laws and mishandles consumers’ personal information.

Some state leaders said they are working closely with their federal counterparts as these investigations unfold. But Karl Racine, the Democratic attorney general for D.C. and a participant in both the Facebook and Google probes, said he and the other state attorneys general wouldn’t hesitate to forge ahead if Washington once again opts against taking action against the tech giants: “The state attorneys general, they are an independent bunch, and they can be quite tenacious. So I’m very confident that this bipartisan group is going to be led by the facts, and not be swayed by any conclusion, that may fall short, if you will, if it’s inconsistent with our facts, on the [federal] side.”

~Eowyn

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Facebook labels Live Action’s pro-life video as fake news

Only one-sided opinions allowed by the tolerant fact-checkers on the left.

Hopefully this video won’t be removed from YouTube. Wouldn’t surprise me if it was.

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The new face of fascism: 181 CEOs say profits & shareholders no longer their main concerns

In America today, privately-owned businesses are no longer motivated by profit and service. Instead, businesses have become an arm of the Democrat Party by discriminating against conservatives and promoting the Left’s agenda — of abortion, climate change, gun control, illegal “immigration”, LGBTs, etc.

See, for example:

On August 19, 2019, Business Roundtable — a group of 181 chief executive officers (CEOs) from major U.S. corporations — formalized this de facto trend by issuing a statement redefining the “purpose of a corporation”. The signatories include:

  • Mary Barra, 57, chair/CEO of General Motors.
  • Jeff Bezos, 55, founder/president/CEO of Amazon.com; owner of Washington Post.
  • Tim Cook, 58, openly “gay” CEO of Apple Inc.
  • Jamie Dimon, 63, chairman/CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and chairman of Business Roundtable.
  • Brian Moynihan, 59, chairman/CEO of Bank of America.
  • Dennis A. Muilenburg, 55, president/chairman/CEO of Boeing.

CNBC‘s Maggie Fitzgerald reports that gone is the age-old notion that corporations function first and formest to serve their shareholders and maximize profits. Rather, “investing in employees, delivering value to customers, dealing ethically with suppliers and supporting outside communities are now at the forefront of American business goals.”

Business Roundtable chairman Jamie Dimon piously said in a press release: “The American dream is alive, but fraying. Major employers are investing in their workers and communities because they know it is the only way to be successful over the long term. These modernized principles reflect the business community’s unwavering commitment to continue to push for an economy that serves all Americans.”

Here is Business Roundtable’s Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation:

Americans deserve an economy that allows each person to succeed through hard work and creativity and to lead a life of meaning and dignity. We believe the free-market system is the best means of generating good jobs, a strong and sustainable economy, innovation, a healthy environment and economic opportunity for all.

Businesses play a vital role in the economy by creating jobs, fostering innovation and providing essential goods and services. Businesses make and sell consumer products; manufacture equipment and vehicles; support the national defense; grow and produce food; provide health care; generate and deliver energy; and offer financial, communications and other services that underpin economic growth.

While each of our individual companies serves its own corporate purpose, we share a fundamental commitment to all of our stakeholders. We commit to:

  • Delivering value to our customers. We will further the tradition of American companies leading the way in meeting or exceeding customer expectations.
  • Investing in our employees. This starts with compensating them fairly and providing important benefits. It also includes supporting them through training and education that help develop new skills for a rapidly changing world. We foster diversity and inclusion, dignity and respect.
  • Dealing fairly and ethically with our suppliers. We are dedicated to serving as good partners to the other companies, large and small, that help us meet our missions.
  • Supporting the communities in which we work. We respect the people in our communities and protect the environment by embracing sustainable practices across our businesses.
  • Generating long-term value for shareholders, who provide the capital that allows companies to invest, grow and innovate. We are committed to transparency and effective engagement with shareholders.

Each of our stakeholders is essential. We commit to deliver value to all of them, for the future success of our companies, our communities and our country.

As we have seen in the policies and practices of Chase Bank, Bank of America, and countless others, the new objectives that now drive these corporations — those of “investing in employees” and “supporting outside communities” — mean, in practice, support for the Left’s agenda, as well as discriminatory policies against conservatives and Christians.

~Eowyn

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We have a winner!

. . . for FOTM’s 206th Caption Contest!

This was a very competitive contest. There were so many really, really good captions. Y’all really outdid yourselves!

The writers of FOTM voted for what each considered to be the best (#1) and second-best (#2) captions. Each #1 vote is worth 4 points; a #2 vote is worth 2 points.

And the winner of the 206th FOTM Caption Contest, with two #1 votes and one #2 vote, totaling 10 points, is . . .

Dan!

Here is the winning caption:

Today we author their thoughts, tomorrow their behavior, and finally they’ll welcome the Antichrist like he was their god.

andre is in 2nd place, with one #1 vote and two #2 votes, totaling 8 points. Here is his caption:

I propose a toast to the destruction of America.

Felix Culpa is in 3rd place, with one #1 vote and one #2 vote, totaling 6 points. Here is his caption:

“We have a consensus, normalizing pedophilia it is!”

Jurist, Locke Enlode, Splitfinger and Tim Shey are in 4th place, each with one #1 vote and 4 points. Here are their captions:

Jurist: “We got FOTM on the Google blacklist!”

Locke Enlode: “A toast … Meet the New Boss, more evil than the Old Boss!”

Splitfinger: “We will not surely die! for our eyes will be opened and we will be as GODS”

Tim Shey: “The strategies of hell.”

Michael Garrison, Joseph Magil, Larry, and wrw are in 5th place, each with one #2 vote and 2 points. Here are their captions:

Michael Garrison: “Raise your glass if you think that 20 year old white wine goes best with a buffet of white children.”

Joseph Magil: “Napa Valley wine for us, Kool-Aid for the masses!”

Larry: “To the White House upgrade to Windows 98.”

wrw: “Here’s to Silicone Valley. May the subversion and dumbing down of America continue. Salud!”

WELL DONE, EVERYONE!

Congratulations, Dan!

Here is your super-duper Award of Excellence, all ready for framing!

For all the other caption submissions, go here.

Be here tomorrow for our next, very exciting Caption Contest!

~Eowyn

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