Government

Tucker Carlson: Comey never should have been FBI director (video)

As usual, Tucker Carlson nails it. Former FBI Director, James Comey, was an accident that should never have occurred. Published on Apr 16, 2018 by Fox News Tucker: The takeaway from James Comey’s ABC News interview is that he never should have been FBI director because he’s too partisan. Trump’s [Read More]

World

Brazil: Lula’s passport seized, runs for president again

What does a former president do after losing an appeal, having a prison sentence extended, and his passport seized? Run again! A federal judge in Brazil has seized the passport of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and banned him from leaving the country. Judge Ricardo Leite is investigating [Read More]

Government

America, Learn from Rwanda and Jamaica – the Price of the Loss of Privacy

The primary reason to result national id cards is the world has become one huge police state. On a national basis, national id cards, many biometric violate the person, our liberties stripping powers from the individual and placing it in dominion of the government, local, state, federal and some day [Read More]

Elections

James Comey: The Real Story Behind His Firing

Well, FBI Director James Comey has finally been fired. I can’t imagine why it took so long. Both Attorney General Jeff Sessions and  Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein recommended that President Trump can him after he ‘misstated’ in front of the senate last week about Clinton’s email practices that in [Read More]

Elections

Socialists In France Use ‘Computer Error’ To Try To Rig Election Against Le Pen

While Marine Le Pen is leading in the polls for the first round of France’s election, the current Socialist government has apparently found an underhanded way to defeat her…by massively rigging the votes due to a ‘computer error.’ Over 500,000 French citizens living outside France received two voting cards and [Read More]

World

Argentina: Cristina charged with money laundering . . . for the 4th time

Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, along with her children, has been charged with money laundering. When the news popped up last week, I thought it was an old news item. It is, and it isn’t: This is the fourth time she’s been charged with money laundering. DW has [Read More]

Politics

The Erik Scott Case, Update 25: License To Kill

By: Mike McDaniel    July 10, 2010, the Summerlin Costco in Las Vegas, Nevada. West Point graduate and former Army armor officer, Erik Scott and his fiancé Samantha Sterner were shopping. Scott, who earned a Duke MBA, did very well during the Vegas real estate boom. However, booms are followed by [Read More]

Hillary Clinton

Andrew McCarthy: The Clinton Mandate

By: Mike McDaniel   I have found, over the years, former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy to be an honorable and experienced protector of the Constitution, and of America. It was therefore with mild dismay that I read his recent article at National Review: The FBI’s Defense of How the Clinton Interview Was Conducted [Read More]

Politics

The Bookworm Beat 9/7/16 — the illustrated edition with 55 (count ’em! 55!) funny, thoughtful images

A pollster called me today and asked, “What race are you?” I answered, “Human.” He said it was the best answer he’d ever heard. I pass it on to all of you to use as you will. And now those 55 posters and cartoons, with many thanks to Caped Crusader: [Read More]