Huey P. Newsom recently sat down with Aldous Huxley to discuss the state of freedom in the United States. The Sacramento Brie has provided this transcript. [Introduction] This is Aldous Huxley, a man haunted by a vision of hell on earth. A searing social critic, Mr. Huxley wrote Brave New World, a novel that predicted…
The National Treasury chief said there’s no room on the bill to illustrate its actual value, but the portrait of Marx is “more important than the Yankee imperialist concept of worth.”
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is Jewish, and Chief of Police Daniel Hahn is black. Together, they control what local Democrat activists call the “Gestapo.”
6:00 p.m. A helicopter has landed in front of City Hall, festooned with SPAM logos. A man dressed like Evel Knievel is getting into the helicopter.
Some experts say key ideas from the the “rogue” transmission include “Grundlegende änderung (fundamental transformation)”, “Lichtarbeiter (lightworker)” and “Ja wir können (Yes we can)”.
Democrats leading the #Resistance sound like Osama bin Laden being interviewed by ABC News: “We believe that the worst thieves in the world today and the worst terrorists are the Americans.”
Give us the balls-to-the-wall-unapologetic-for-starting-wars-in-banana-republics kind of journalism. You’re already trying to foment Our #Revolution here in Alta California, anyway.
“Franklin Roosevelt was a fascist dog who said collective bargaining for government workers was bad for America,” said Bo Gart, president of Napa Valley Teamsters Local 420.