Stop Using Google

Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, Inc., was spotted at Hillary Clinton’s “victory” party last Tuesday wearing a staff badge, per a picture recently submitted to Politico.

Remember, during the campaign Google actively hid negative stories about Hillary, and moved negative Trump stories to the top of searches.

In a memo sent by Robby Mook, Clinton’s campaign manager, to Cheryl Mills, David Plouffe, and John Podesta on Oct. 26, 2014. The memo’s author was Teddy Goff, Clinton’s former chief digital strategist. It was addressed to Clinton.

Goff elaborated on the campaign’s early “priorities,” as well as developments about those priorities. Several times it mentioned the work that “Eric Schmidt’s group” and “team” (READ AS GOOGLE) were doing for the campaign.

Google is an arm of the Democratic Party. There are other great search engines out there. You do not need Google, or want them to profile your information them deliver that to the DNC.


Here are three alternative search engines you can use. And as a bonus they DO NOT track you. They do not data mine your information and pass it along to others, like the Hillary campaign, which Google did. Also, if you use Firefox they can all be set as your primary search engine.


DuckDuckGo is a solid Google replacement, and it doesn’t track or target your IP address or search history. You don’t have to worry about targeted search results or being trapped in a filter bubble, which actually means you get more results.

DuckDuckGo includes the nifty calculators and other tricks you’ve come to expect on Google. But that’s not all. You can customize its interface, with search shortcuts and an Instant Answers feature that’s just as good, if not better than, Google’s Knowledge Graph. You can also make DuckDuckGo an extension of your browser and activate more privacy settings to keep your search history as protected as possible.



If you have kids or grandchildren running around your house, chances are they’ve sat with you while you searched online for something kid-friendly, like suggestions for movies to watch or books to help with their homework. If so, you dread that inevitable moment when your innocent search turns into less-than-innocent results. Bam! The very sites you’re protecting them from pop up on your computer screen.

All your efforts to keep youngsters in your life safe from that inappropriate trash go up in smoke. Fortunately, there’s a Google-type site called Yippy that’s got you covered. Yippy automatically detects and blocks adult content. That includes pornography, gambling sites, sex product sites and other websites that are not appropriate for kids.

Plus, the site protects your privacy. It will not collect personally identifiable information about you, like your name, telephone number, address or email address. However, it may collect anonymous information about your computer, like your IP address. It also uses cookies, but not to track your personal behavior.



Ixquick calls itself the world’s most private search site. It doesn’t record your IP address, browser information or search history, so advertisers can’t track you.

This search engine also gives you the privacy of searching via proxy, so sites you visit don’t even know your real IP address. This is similar to a program like Tor, but without the hassle of setting it up.

Ixquick’s proxy option gives you the most online privacy. It may slow down your searches, but when you select “proxy,” Ixquick makes you invisible online.

Ixquick also keeps you out of filter bubbles, so you can get the search results you’re looking for. Plus, it has a neat star system that rates the accuracy of your search results by cross-checking with other search engines. For example, four stars means that four other search engines agreed on that search term result.


Google is not the only game in town for searches. And unlike Google these engines do not use your information in scary ways.


The first shots of the modern revolution have been fired. The people rose up against both parties. Trump was denigrated and defiled by Democrats and Republicans alike. He may have and R behind his name, but in reality, he is an independent. I do not know whether Trump will change the Republican Party, or be the beginnings of something new.

This revolution, is not only an American Revolution. This revolution, will spread worldwide. People are tired, of their government telling them what they must do. People are tired, of their government telling them what they must allow. People are tired, of being a doormat for the politicians they elect. People across Europe are seeing the power they have. The power to say no, to the elites who think of them as serfs. The power to say no, to the elites allowing their country to be invaded. The power to say no, that they are the ones that must give up their traditions. The people of the world are tired of being ignored.

Yes, this is a revolution and the fate of Western civilization hangs in the balance. Win or lose, the first shots have been fired.

Winters Getting Colder

New Jersey state climatologist Dr. Dave Robinson told CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock that Arctic sea ice is lower than he ever thought he’d see in his lifetime.

I guess those fat cracker bears aren’t going to drowned.

Research released in “Nature Climate Change” suggests there is a link between the disappearance of Arctic ice. Remember, since 2010, Arctic ice has grown. Also, remember the Arctic was to be “Ice Free” by 2013.


Arctic Sea Ice Not Disappearing




“Why Hasn’t the Arctic Still Not Disappeared Despite All the Announcements That It Would?”


Large Number Of Climate Scientists, Officials Baffled Arctic Sea Ice Still Hasn’t Disappeared, But Has Grown Instead


“Record Arctic Sea Ice Growth In September, 2015.”


Record Arctic Sea Ice Growth In September


“Tipping Points Postponed Again: Arctic Sea Ice Refuses to Melt…No Shrinking In 10 Years!”


Tipping Points Postponed Again: Arctic Sea Ice Refuses To Melt …No Real Shrinking In 10 Years!

Google’s Algorithm Will Rig the Election For Hillary

After several years of research involving more than 10,000 people in 39 countries, Epstein concluded that Google has “the power to control elections” and that by favoring one candidate over another in some demographics up to 80 percent of undecided voters can be easily manipulated.

“Google’s algorithm has probably been determining the outcomes of close elections around the world for many years, probably actually controlling the winner in as many as 25 percent of the national elections of the world,” warns Epstein, adding that Google’s power was “unprecedented in human history” and constitutes a dangerous “threat to democracy” because it has no competitor and is automatically trusted more than any newspaper, magazine or television station.


Top Psychologist: Google’s Algorithm Will Rig the Election For Hillary