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And as Trump weighs the options, here comes the “false flag” claims.

As TCTH says, does it matter?  I think we need the truth, then decide, so yes. Was the gas attack an attack or an explosion of gas containers hit by bombs?  It would be nice to know if the tasked … Continue reading

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Okay, this is a little bit funny. Mexicans are flooding Canada. Suddenly, they aren’t as critical anymore.

Remember when the Prime Minister, “Kid” something…oh yeah Trudeau, said that his nation was an inclusive nation which would never turn anyone away?  Well, it turns out their laws are tougher than ours and they just aren’t used to having … Continue reading

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Orlando, Chattanooga, San Bernardino were their versions of our drone strike. ISIS is using the tools it has.

Trust me, if it could get a hold of long range bombers or missiles, it would fling those at us too. Obama’s theory is that America is big and being big it can “absorb” the punishment from random violence acted … Continue reading

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Hillary says certain people shouldn’t be able to have guns- including her.

I watched as much as I good. Then I put down the sharpened pencil I was thinking of driving into my ears and considered just how bad this person is for our nation. Of course she wanders around the issue … Continue reading

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Guns are like boats. The unhealthy fixation of the progressive liberal on firearms as the evil they fear

At some point in an argument with a liberal about the reality of the world, you realize you are either talking with an insane person or a liar, or both. In Orlando madness took the stage in a gay nightclub … Continue reading

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The Camp of the Saints. A book with a plot that told the future.

I didn’t read it.  But apparently, the author figured out back in the seventies how doomed Europe was.  That PC, multiculturalism and illegal immigration would kill western civilization. Over at the Federalist, they look at the theme of the book … Continue reading

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Explaining Benghazi through the lens of bureaucrats. They followed procedure, so it wasn’t their fault.

Let me cut to the chase here.  First, for those of us who have been in government, we all know that “government bureaucrat.”  He’s the guy who follows policy and procedure, no matter what, because he knows that doesn’t get … Continue reading

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The inexplicable Obama security madness

You want to lose your mind just a bit this morning? From Drudge headlines. Seems the DHS felt uncomfortable searching social media when vetting potential terrorists- thus allowing the female terrorist into our nation and killing 14 of us! http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/13/us/san-bernardino-attacks-us-visa-process-tashfeen-maliks-remarks-on-social-media-about-jihad-were-missed.html?_r=0 … Continue reading

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Comparing Islamic terrorism to Germany and Japan in WW2. A way to handle the problem- almost.

“What he said.” Victor Davis Hanson is a brilliant historian and many, MANY times I’ve simply copied and pasted his thoughts on issues without comment. He just gets it right most of the time. This time he makes the argument … Continue reading

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“The Benghazi Brief” from CTH.

I think it’s worth the link to here.  They have done an outstanding job picking out the details of Benghazi and putting together the narrative that makes sense.  Why we were there, why we didn’t supply the right amount of … Continue reading

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