Democrat Funded Professional Protestors Block Roads in Arizona

Dozens of professional protesters put public health and safety at risk by blocking a major roadway in Arizona. Shea Boulevard is a road that was being used by peaceful people to make their way to a planned Trump Rally. The crowd parked unregistred vehicles sideways on the roadway which resulted in drivers having to drive into oncoming traffic to get around them.

Joaquin Enriquez, of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, reported that a small number of people were arrested and deported as a result of the illegal protest. The protesters were arrested because they were breaking the law. Protesters that were protesting in a legal manner were left to protest the Trump rally.

The democratic party needs to refrain from hiring thugs to disrupt Trump rallies. It is really poor form to attempt to deny Donald Trump of his right to assemble. Maybe Bernie and Hillary will call of any future paid protest / disruption.


Bernie Sanders and Democratic Party Surrogates Disrupt Trump Rally in Kansas City, Missouri

Trump Rally Update 7:57 EST. The Trump rally in Kansas City, Missouri was disrupted by Bernie Sanders and Democratic Party surrogates. The surrogates were sprinkled throughout the enthusiastic crowd. Trump asked that the disruptors with Bernie and Hillary signs be removed in a gentle manner. There also seemed to be a few hood rats disrupting […]


Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Black Lives Matters Operatives Disrupt Trump Rally

Donald Trump’s campaign cancelled a rally in Chicago on Friday. A Melee broke out when Sanders, Clinton and Black Lives Matters operatives unleashed a menacing assault on Donald Trump supporters. It’s quite concerning that the media portrayed the City of Chicago as a zoo full of wild animals trying to kill each other. The Trump […]


Michael Brown and Eric Garner Lessons Learned

There are important lessons to be learned from the Michael Brown and Eric Garner incidents. These lessons apply to people of all colors and races. Lesson number one – avoid committing crimes and you won’t come in contact with the police. Lesson number two – when approached by police you should maintain a calm and […]


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Bidding for Technocrat.com starts at $1,000,000.  Let the bidding begin.


Patient Dumping

Patient dumping is becoming a common practice at hospitals located in large metropolitan areas in the United States.  Dumping occurs when a hospital discharges an indigent patient via an ambulance on a city street.  The Los Angeles Times reported that a Montebello hospital agreed to pay a $250,000 fine and face new protocols in lieu […]


We Need Term Limits Across The Board

Our government has become a retirement home infested with career politicians that render the technocracy ineffective.  We need to implement term limits for all elected officials.  Current term limits for elected officials are few in number.  Government is turning into a retirement home for elected officials that is polluted with cronyism based on seniority. Here’s […]


The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Gives Green Light for Commercial Testing of Drones

on Monday the the FAA announced that a select number of state agencies and universities were authorized to operate sites for drone testing in the United States.  This action serves as the first step towards integration of drones into the aviation ecosystem in the United States.  The FAA Failed to commit the agency to a […]


Semper Fi Mr. Hammar

The ex-Marine that has been languishing in a Mexican prison for the past four months has finally been freed.  Jon Hammar, age 27, was being held on a questionable firearm charge since August.  Mr. Hammar took an antique shotgun into Mexico after U.S. Customs and Border Protections told him that he could take into Mexico […]


Michigan Right-to-Work Victory for Workers

The Michigan legislature’s recent passage of legislation that gives workers the right to opt out of union membership is a major milestone for business and workers in Michigan.  Governor Rick Snyder communicated that the legislation would help improve Michigan’s ability to compete. I find it quite curious that unions are afraid to have to prove […]