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The “Leviathan” takes its first scalp. The illegal destruction of Michael Flynn. There will be more.
I haven’t been blogging much lately basically because the most of the more established blogs have covered the issues quite well. However, as the guy who drifts towards the underdog, I find myself having to stand up here for….Trump. Why? … Continue reading
The elites in Europe are down to threatening people who make negative comments about the Muslim crime wave, censoring social media and charging women for using pepper spray to stop a Muslim rapist. But that won’t stop the remaining European … Continue reading
There is no other explanation. Even he boasts on his friend’s video before and after about not messing with him. Colin Flathery has been cataloging the increase of black on white violence- something Obama rejects by the way- for years. … Continue reading
To Hillary and anyone else with the foolish notion you can empathize with them. You can’t. Ask the kids.
You can’t deal with them. They should be treated like a recurring STD, when it shows up kill it off, take the meds to keep it away, but when it shows up again, kill it. Then don’t let anyone else … Continue reading
The best question that needs to be asked in the Sydney hostage taking by an extremist Muslim. How in the hell was he loose?
Take everything and put it aside and realize the maxim “Everything in life is connected” is true. We can’t stop some nutjob taking hostages in the name of Islam. We could dent it, but that would take us kicking PC … Continue reading
NYTimes reaches a new low. They cover the “discovery” of WMDs in Iraq as George Bush’s fault. Amazing.
I almost hate to give them the attention. But the New York Times really did it this time. They took what is an admission of error on their part and turned it into another attack on George W Bush, who … Continue reading
I was going to update the post. But this mess deserves a separate comment and a heads up to a small post that is driving all of it. First, Gateway took the lead in pushing it out nationally. The comment … Continue reading