April 24, 2017
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If It Walks Like A Duck…

April 19, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    An enormous amount has already been written about the Obama Administration’s coopting of American intelligence agencies for the domestic surveillance of members of the Trump campaign and eventual transition team. Virtually none of that has been written by the mainstream media, who have actually categorized it [Read More]

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Dirty Rice And Swamp Things

April 5, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

Be Sure You’re Right, Then Go Ahead by Bob Mack “Her interest was not in national security but to advance the political interests of the Democratic party … The national-security adviser is not an investigator. She is a White House staffer. The president’s staff is a consumer of intelligence, not [Read More]

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Donald Trump

The real Obama legacy (and it’s worse than Obamacare)

March 28, 2017 Bookworm 0

The real Obama legacy is a toxic administrative statute, a corrupt judiciary, the end of the Rule of Law, and a world that is unstable and very dangerous. With only 1,392 days left in the Trump presidency, we’re already being told that, because Obamacare has not yet been repealed, Trump’s [Read More]

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If We Can Keep It

March 23, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    The story goes that as he was leaving the hall, the newly drafted Constitution approved and signed, a woman approached Benjamin Franklin and asked him what kind of government the delegates gave America. Franklin replied: “a republic, if you can keep it.” To read the rest, go [Read More]

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Donald Trump

Finding the real Obama — the Obama wiretapping edition

March 4, 2017 Bookworm 0

The evidence points to the Obama administration wiretapping Trump and the best denial Obama’s friends can make is that Obama, personally, did nothing wrong. A few days ago, I blogged that, we were in completely new territory in America: Barack Obama, the outgoing president, had used his last few months [Read More]

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Donald Trump’s speech and the Judeo-Christian religious tradition

January 20, 2017 Bookworm 0

I don’t know about you, but I thought Donald Trump’s inauguration speech was excellent. It was short, direct, and outwardly focused. By “outwardly focused” I mean that President Trump, unlike President Obama, did not anoint himself as a godhead through endless self-references. Instead, Trump made the American people the stars [Read More]

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‘Bye Barack

January 20, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Barack Obama is now a former President of the United States. On this occasion many comments would apply, many of them obscene, and an equal number, perhaps more, expressing heartfelt anger, but why behave like progressives? To read the rest, go here…

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Chelsea Manning: Fellow Travelers

January 18, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    In the immortal words of Captain Malcolm Reynolds in “Serenity”: “I aim to misbehave.” If you seek political correctness, do not continue to read. In June of 2014, I wrote Pardon Me, an article about the law relating to presidential pardons, and Mr. Obama’s then current pardons of less [Read More]

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Cuba: US to share law enforcement info with the regime

January 17, 2017 FaustaW 0

Gregory Kolte reports that In final days, Obama administration signs law enforcement pact with Cuba: The U.S. State Department signed a new agreement on law enforcement cooperation with Cuba on Monday, seeking to further deepen ties with the communist island just four days before the end of the Obama administration. [Read More]

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Talent–less

January 14, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    In the annals of head-up-a-bong delusion, one has to go a long way to beat Slate.com:    To read the rest, go here…

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Russia-Hacking; Obama-Muslim

January 6, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    As the current furor over supposed Russian “hacking” of the 2016 presidential election rages, David Harsanyi at the Federalist makes an interesting, related, observation:  In politics, proving something isn’t nearly as important as feeling it. So it’s not surprising that last week, Economist/YouGov found that 52 percent of [Read More]

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