Civil Rights Poster Child Freddie Gray… The Model Criminal with Conspicuous Criminal Behavior

Posted in Historian David E Kaiser, Is A FAG, Never let a good crisis go unused, Obama and his Friends, Obama The Great VICTIM, Self-Determination, There is NO Hope in Blind Faith with tags , , , , on May 5, 2015 by The Political Pyro

Axiomatic
  1. (Baltimore Sun Online) “Police Charges in Freddie Gray Case are Incompetent at Best”
    Convict the 6

    No RUSH to Judgement No Peace

    Nice Toss

    Heading For Rotator Cuff Problems

    Total Sense

    We Must Stop Killing Each Other
    300 Man March

    IF justice was blind… it is sighted now.

A “Mosaic” of Mental Issues

Posted in Self-Determination on May 1, 2015 by The Political Pyro

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As you would say… “Really!”

Just putting it out there that I am not fonting my stuff.

Baltimore Burns as Black America Realize No Hope in Change

Posted in Self-Determination with tags , , , , on April 28, 2015 by The Political Pyro

It is plain… and it is clear.

The reason why black americans have done and will continue to do in what has been blazing over all forms of media is simple to decipher.

Black America Believed that they were electing a Moses of sorts and have come to realize that no matter the Race of the politician, Black Americans cannot escape the Rule of Poverty under poor economic conditions.

Hope in Change has become for these people… Hope you can live off your pocket Change.

From the post of Pyro Contributor Ronaldus Magnus Jr… Under Mr. Obama:

Adult black unemployment has increased by 42 percent.

Black teenage unemployment has risen by 56 percent.

And this is not completely Obamas fault… as when faced with the economy handed to him it was a certainty that the poor would get poorer and that entitlements would be drastically cut.  BUT… What Obama did not understand that free health care would not put money in Black Americas pocket or food on the table as these things for the poor were already in place.

With Food Stamps, Housing and Medicaid all being cut or replaced and with unemployment at or near record highs, Black America did not receive guidance to the Promised Lands.

So… when you see placards with “Black Lives Matter” the symptom of what is going on is not law enforcement, in as much as it a cry for a way out of poverty.

Economic Stagnation: The Cause and Effect on Freedom ~ The Slavery of Over Regulated Capitalism

Posted in Self-Determination with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 20, 2015 by The Political Pyro

Ronaldus Magnus Jr.

Ronaldus Magnus Jr.

I simply cannot understand how anyone can continue to issue such blanket denials when so much of the evidence points to the contrary.

Winston Churchill once said: “If you have ten thousand regulations you destroy all respect for the law.”

Between 1976 and 2010 the federal government dreamt up, adopted and published approximately 175,000 regulations.

This is a staggering weight and strain on economic freedoms that must be carried around by anyone being regulated. And yes, they were put in by many administrations, but… the regulations being finalized by the Obama administration are much more expensive, vastly more complicated and regulate many sectors of the economy where private investment is a necessity.

Mr. Brooks’ points out that the administration of George W. Bush issued about $60 billion in new regulations during his eight years in office, while the current administration has thus far issued “only” about $20 billion in new regulations.

What is not said, however, is that most of the current administration’s signature regulatory programs (e.g., healthcare, Dodd-Frank, EPA greenhouse gas regulations) have compliance costs that are heavily back-loaded. The real costs of rules issued under these programs won’t hit until after next year’s election or later. And the breadth and cost of these programs is creating uncertainty for businesses in all sectors of the economy.

A decade ago a regulation with a one hundred million dollar cost to industry was a major regulation. Today, the EPA commonly issues regulations with price tags in the billions of dollars, where very Few industries are spared. Moreover, many of the few sectors left in manufacturing will experience the brunt of the regulatory burden. Such as, furniture makers, paper mills, cement factories, iron and steel manufacturers, all forms of the construction industry, and most importantly of all farmers. Lastly, virtually all energy sectors to will be caught in this web of over regulation.

Via:dollarvigilante.com

Via:dollarvigilante.com


These regulations not only impact the regulated businesses, they also impact communities that are in non-attainment with a regulation and cannot expand existing businesses or bring in new businesses into the community.

An anatomy of the regulatory process will demonstrate its insidious impacts on the economic well being of the nation.

Excessive regulations have three very destructive impacts:
They prevent jobs from being created
They cause the loss of jobs
They systematically destroy human capital.

How the regulatory process prevents jobs from being created to build almost anything in this country a business needs a permit.

Obtaining the permit for a new power plant, even a wind turbine, factory, a big box store or even a cell tower, takes years to obtain, requiring patience and huge sums of money on the part of the developer. The Chamber did a study titled Project-No-Project which identified all of the energy projects struggling to obtain permits to build in March of 2010 due to local, state or federal regulatory challenges. The study found that 351 energy projects were stopped because they could not obtain permits. And they were not all coal fired power plants.

In fact 140 were renewable energy projects, compared to 111 coal fired power plants. These projects represent $577 billion of lost investment that would have produced approximately 1.9 million jobs annually for the seven years of construction and 790,000 permanent jobs when the facilities were operating. But the study could have been on the inability to secure permits for oil exploration, factories, cell towers, big box stores, highway construction or any other activity that requires a permit.

It is far too easy for anyone opposed to the construction of any project to stop the project from being built; thereby killing jobs in the community. Any citizen, no matter where they are located, can sue under EPA’s regulations to stop a project merely by alleging it is in violation of a law or regulation. Knowing this, it is no wonder why facilities are being built in Asia.

How the regulatory process causes the loss of jobs!

This issue is best explained by Arnold Baker, CEO of Baker Ready Mix in New Orleans, in testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on October 25, 2011. He discusses in specific detail how EPA new regulations on cement will impact his business and the reconstruction of New Orleans. Mr. Baker states:

EPA Rules Affecting Cement Plants. One of the most critical ingredients in concrete is cement, which is the “glue” that holds together the other ingredients of concrete: gravel, sand, crushed rock, fly ash, etc. Without cement, we could not make and sell concrete. Just within the last few years, however, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued or proposed several rules that will adversely impact cement production at U.S. plants.

“Cement Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT)” Rule – This rule imposes extremely stringent new standards for fine particles and other emissions from cement plants. This rule will require cement companies to install very costly new control equipment. By itself, this rule is expected to cost $3.4 billion to implement and result in the closure of at least 18 of 100 cement plants across the U.S., over and above the plants that have already closed. As a result, domestic cement production is expected to fall below 50% of the cement consumed in the U.S.; within a few years, more than half of the concrete used on American projects will be made with foreign cement.

Fly Ash Rule – Fly ash is added to cement to make it stronger and more durable. My company now adds fly ash to about 90% of our concrete products to improve their performance and lifespan. EPA has proposed classifying fly ash as a hazardous material, or, alternatively, as a nonhazardous solid waste with special disposal restrictions. Either action by the agency is likely to result in customers rejecting fly ash in our products, forcing us to use more costly and less suitable materials. This rule, by itself, could add 10% or more to the cost of concrete.

Greenhouse Gas Rule – EPA’s regulatory program to limit CO2 and other greenhouse gases hits cement plants very hard. Already, CO2 emission limits have been proposed for several construction and modernization projects at cement plants. These limits will result in higher production costs for cement, which in turn will make concrete more expensive.

Nonhazardous Solid Waste Definition Rule – EPA recently revised the definition of materials that can be burned for energy recovery in combustion units like boilers and cement kilns. Many nonhazardous materials that have traditionally been burned for energy recovery in cement kilns – such as tires, used oil, plastic, carpet, and wood waste – now have to be sent to a commercial/industrial incinerator unit. This means that cement plants will either have to replace these readily available materials with far more costly fuels or install new control equipment in order to qualify as an incinerator. Either way, their increased costs will be passed along to their customers, including Baker Ready-Mix. As a result, concrete costs will rise.

The combination of the four EPA rules described above is anticipated to add as much as $20 to $36 to the cost of every ton of cement that Baker Ready-Mix purchases. This represents a 33% price increase for one of my company’s most critical manufacturing components. Because we are a small business, we can’t spread our increased costs over a large number of projects the way larger companies can. When you consider that a difference of as little as $1 per ton of concrete can determine whether my company wins or loses its bid for a particular project, a cost increase of this magnitude would be disastrous.

Excessive EPA regulations do have real, adverse impact on his business, they do cause a loss of jobs and the regulations do adversely impact his employees and his community. But the point is that the cumulative impact of new regulations on cement, paper, wood, furniture, energy, farming, factories, iron and steel, chemicals ripple across the economy causing the loss of factories, construction and jobs. And this leads me to my final point.

Excessive regulations systematically destroy human capital!

When 18% of the cement plants close in the United States due to an excessively stringent EPA regulation, real people—not computer-modeled people—lose their jobs. These are real jobs, with a real living wage, that support a real family in a real community, with real neighbors.
Once these people lose their jobs, they effectively become invisible to EPA—so invisible, in fact, that EPA for decades has refused to undertake a mandatory responsibility imposed upon it by Congress to conduct a continuing evaluation of potential loss or shifts or employment which results from the administration or enforcement of environmental laws.

EPA will not even dignify these invisible people with a study, yet EPA and its supporters will casually assert that regulations are not hurting the economy. If EPA truly believes its jobs rhetoric, then it should do the analysis of the potential loss or shifts in employment due to its regulations. But it refuses.

EPA needs to be concerned about job losses from its regulations because, the unemployed lose their ability to support their family, have access to health insurance, and pay taxes. It could create stress and even lead to social problems like increased alcohol use.

[1] Life undoubtedly becomes worse for the person who lost his or her job. And often when that person finds a new job, the pay is generally much less than in the factory.
[2]In the end overly burdensome regulations not only harm the economy. They destroy real human capital, in real communities.

The EPA needs to face reality and turn its attention away from computer-modeled people. Instead, EPA must turn its attention to real people and the impacts of real job loss caused by overregulation.

This nation can no longer afford excessive regulations that destroy jobs and human capital.

The Liberal Way… The ‘ist’ of Presidential Politics

Posted in American Dream, Hillary Sexist Dreams, Liberal HELL, Ronaldus Magnus Jr., The 'ist' with tags , , , , , on April 15, 2015 by The Political Pyro

Ronaldus Magnus Jr.

Ronaldus Magnus Jr.

In 2008 election… your labeled a Racist if you were inclined to question the abilities of Barack based on his limited experience… thus the trust for this post.

Liberals believe in government action to achieve equal opportunity and equality for all.

It is the duty of the government to alleviate social ills and to protect civil liberties and individual and human rights.

Believe the role of the government should be to guarantee that no one is in need.

Liberal policies generally emphasize the need for the government to solve problems.

Conservatives believe in personal responsibility, limited government, free markets, individual liberty, traditional American values and a strong national defense.

Believe the role of government should be to provide people the freedom necessary to pursue their own goals. Conservative policies generally emphasize empowerment of the individual to solve problems.

Look at these two definitions, One of these definitions has the most important word in this country…. American, the right to be left alone the opportunity to pursue one’s personal endeavors without worrying about big government.

The problem is Liberals think they are doing a favor by taxing the rich, they have more money therefore they give more.

That is so idiotically Stupid its intoxicating.

This is the equivalent to punishing a kid for acing a test then patting the one who failed it on the back. Why do you punish people for being successful? Why does this make any sense, it doesn’t that is the simple answer.

You always here the term regulation whenever the left speaks and you always hear the word free when the right speaks, this word free is supposed to be a synonym for American but this constant re occurrence of regulation which kills the Principles of this Country take any Liberal now… they are Progressive Socialist.

The Rights of the Individual

Hiltler and Hillary
The Rights of the Individual

Hitler once said -one must sacrifice their individual values to benefit the whole society- you know who else said something similar Hilary Clinton, and if you speak out against her your sexist!

It is the fact that when you say you wouldn’t vote for her and someone from the left calls you sexist speaks volumes that the Party that says they want everyone to be equal and unite us would jump to such a conclusion and draw the line there.

I think the more and more I use the term liberal the dumber I get.

A Pyro’s Thoughts… Ronaldus Magnus Jr.

Posted in American Dream, Dead Kennedy's, Historian David E Kaiser, History Unfolding, Hope & Change, Is A Fag, Liberty & Freedom, Never let a good crisis go unused, NO COWARDS ALLOWED, Obama and his Friends, Obama Economy, Obama The Great VICTIM, Race, Relative Realities, Ronald Reagan, Ronaldus Magnus, Self-Determination, Spay & Neuter Liberals, The Factor, The MOB, The Truths Knows NO Boundaries, Wealth Redistribution with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 8, 2015 by The Political Pyro

IT’S ASTONISHING THAT AN IDEOLOGY WITH SUCH AN UNBROKEN TRACK RECROD OF FAILURE HAS ADHERENTS WHO ARE SO INCREDIBLY PLEASE WITH THEMSELVES.”

It’s like a soda pop executive whose proudest achievement was thinking up New Coke.

For the liberals who aren’t liberal solely because someone is handing them checks for plopping onto the couch all day instead of working, liberalism has become less an ideology than an attitude.

It’s an attitude of serene superiority over everyone else based upon absolutely nothing more than liberals’ utter certainty of the rightness of their collectivist cause.

That history shows that collectivism always leads to tyranny never seems to put a damper on their confidence.

One of the reasons America will turn away from liberalism is the utter insufferability of liberals. Hearing them lecturing us on how things should be is like hearing Hillary Clinton lecture us on how to keep our marriages together.

In fact, we can probably expect to hear Hillary Clinton lecture us on how to keep our marriages together. After all, she’s the smartest woman in the world with a stellar track.

Oh, and just try to press a liberal for an actual, tangible achievement on Hillary’s resume besides enabling her priapic hubby’s tawdry antics. If you do, you’re sexist, cisgender and probably racist.

It’s baffling that they hold themselves in such high regard!

Take President Obama, an academic socialist who’s never competently performed an executive function in his life, including during the last five years. Yet he somehow still believes himself to be himself to be God’s gift to humanity. Literally!

Except, instead of turning water into wine, he was going to make the oceans recede and cool the earth.

We do need to give him credit, I guess.

While the oceans haven’t receded, the Earth isn’t getting any warmer, which naturally doesn’t stop the slack-jawed global warming sucker caucus from insisting that the planet will turn into Hades if everyone besides them doesn’t ditch their SUV.

I guess it’s easy to be moral when morality is defined as whatever you need at that moment. Still, it’s annoying to listen to people with such a weird, unearned sense of their own moral superiority.

In truth, they are utterly morally illiterate.

These are folks who draw parallels between Hamas and Israel when the only parallel between the Israelis and the jihadist degenerates is that they share the habit of breathing oxygen!

You’d be better off discussing ethics with your terrier. At least your dog isn’t going to come up with excuses for Ted Kennedy.

They’re delusional in that they really believe they’re somehow better than people who actually contribute to society.

This reinforces the fact that liberalism has become a mere affectation, an act, a pose. It’s like a hipster’s trendy pork pie hat, except it’s an attitude – by having it you send some sort of message about your own awesomeness.

Advocating liberalism is the “I only listen to music on vinyl” of American political thinking.

Interestingly, when you look at liberals, many live their lives in a conservative manner.

This is because they understand that being liberal in your personal life is a one-way ticket on the high-speed rail line to Failureville.

Do you think Barack Obama would let his two delightful kids fritter their lives away in a miasma of drugs, promiscuity and general sloth? Of course not; those kids are going to work hard and be expected to achieve.

But Obama would never expect that of the millions of welfare-sucking losers his party depends on at election time.

No, he needs those Democrat serfs to stay right where they are: poor, trapped and readily exploitable. After all, if they were to live like he does and support themselves, they wouldn’t need him.

And the priority for any liberal (after being seen as enlightened) is forcing someone else to need him.

Liberals like to look down upon conservatives as backwoods banjo-strumming freaks just waiting to ambush your canoe trip.

Let’s put aside the academic studies that show conservatives are generally better educated than liberals and look at history.

Liberalism and its collectivist brethren have never, ever succeeded anywhere they been tried. The results are always more poverty, more misery and less freedom. Always!

Detroit is the poster child of liberalism, but smug liberals conveniently ignore that blasted wasteland, arguing that the next time they’re trusted, well, then they’ll actually pull it off.

Liberalism is the triumph of hopelessness over inexperience.

And then there are the noxious personal affectations of liberalism.

Liberals seem to thrive by flaunting their self-designated signifiers of moral standing, whether it’s by shopping at Whole Foods instead of Safeway or by driving a Volvo instead of a Ford.

God forbid you should take your kids to McDonald’s – if you do, the local liberal moms will wag their bony fingers at you and tell you how their young Teagan has been fed only a diet of hand-selected, free-trade Nepalese lima beans and that his salads are made with dolphin-safe kale.

The only people more unhappy than their puny children, who yearn for the delicious, nutritious meat that all human beings need, are the husbands of these harridans.

These sad pseudo-men endure without the pleasures of manhood we conservative males take for granted, like being masculine, subsisting only on the thin gruel of their own liberal smugness.

Luckily their emasculating wives refuse to allow them to bear firearms like real Americans; if they did, they’d probably eat a bullet.

Humbly Submitted:
Ronaldous Magnus Jr.

Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan

PS… Oh, you smug liberals, nothing could be more boring than you and your attitude. I think I’m going to have a Big Mac for dinner, just for you.

Pyro Thought of the Day

Posted in American Dream, Ronald Reagan, Self-Determination with tags , on March 27, 2015 by The Political Pyro

The numbers tell the story.

>Over the eight years of the Reagan Administration:
>20 million new jobs were created.
>Inflation dropped from 13.5% in 1980 to 4.1% by 1988.
>Unemployment fell from 7.6% to 5.5%.
>Net worth of families earning between $20,000 and $50,000 annually grew by 27%

>Real gross national product rose 26%.

>The prime interest rate was slashed by more than half, from an unprecedented 21.5% in January 1981 to 10% in August 1988.

>Adult black unemployment fell by 20 percent.
>Black teenage unemployment fell by 16 percent.

UNDER Mr. Obama:

>Adult black unemployment has increased by 42 percent.

>Black teenage unemployment has risen by 56 percent.

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