Hillary Clinton

Democrats’ Schiff Into Damage Control

“This investigation is starting again, for political purposes. This is another investigation of Hillary Clinton, long after she’s no longer a presidential candidate, no longer the Secretary of State, apparently there’s more interest in what happened seven years ago with Secretary Clinton than there is in the (phony Trump) investigation. [Read More]

Progressive Delusions War of the Worlds
Donald Trump

With Trump’s presidency, unfalsifiable Progressive delusions thrive

The banal news that Donald Trump Jr tried to get dirt on Hillary exposes Progressive delusions as a collective dementia unresponsive to actual facts. In 1848, Charles Mackay published Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds. The preface to his first edition explains the idea behind the [Read More]

Politics

Dutch Elections – Geert Wilder Loses, But Puts Himself In The Winning Position

The results are in on the Dutch elections. Geert Wilders will likely not be the Netherlands next prime minister. And while EU loving, Muslim refugee friendly politicians like German Chancellor Angela Merkel are claiming this as a victory, it’s a very temporary one at best if at all. The end [Read More]

Donald Trump
Elections

Bookworm Beat 12/21/16 — the “election that never ends” edition

Yes, the Electoral College has spoken on the election, but the Progressives’ weeping, wailing, beating of breasts, and rending of garments continues unabated. That’s why you’ll find these articles pertinent, interesting, amusing and, sometimes, frightening. Don’t attack people from whom you want something. Hillary wanted votes from Americans but she [Read More]

Russian hacking of the DNC
Elections

The alleged Russian hacking explained in 44 seconds

If Russian hacking really caused the DNC emails to go public (something that Wikileaks denies), the following video explains in 44 seconds precisely what happened: The cast of characters? The huffing, puffing, threatening, lying Wizard of Oz is, of course, Hillary and the Democrat party. Toto is the Russians. The [Read More]

Alleged Russian hacking inconsequential
Elections

Russian hacking, if it happened, is inconsequential

Half my Facebook feed is hysterical about alleged Russian hacking. However, now that I’ve had some time to think about it, I’ve concluded that, if it happened, it’s completely inconsequential. Before I get to the allegations, let me start with the possible ways in which Russia could have interfered with [Read More]

Elections

Progressives have mounted a dangerous attack on American democracy

The Progressive meltdown over Trump’s Electoral College victory continues unabated and has gone from the merely undemocratic practice of street violence and personal abuse to the seriously, dangerously undemocratic practice of seeking to undermine the legitimacy of an election. To the Progressive defense that conservatives were just as bad in 2008 or [Read More]

Elections

I’m Grateful–And I Worry…

By: Mike McDaniel    With the election at long last behind us, I’ve had the time to reflect on our many blessings, and the many things for which I’m grateful: * Most Democrats lie about their intentions to ignore or destroy the Constitution. I’m grateful Hillary Clinton was so arrogant [Read More]

Politics

Bookworm Beat 11/7/16 — the “la, la, la, I’m not listening” edition and open thread

Honestly, I can’t handle the stress as we go into the last twenty-four hours of this election cycle. For the first time in . . . well, ever, I’m deliberately ignoring the news. I haven’t opened a single blog today, and I’m ignoring Facebook too. BUT, when my friends send [Read More]

Elections

The Clinton/Garner Connection: It’s Worse Than Anyone Imagined

By: Mike McDaniel   I have touched, once, and lightly on the Eric Garner case, and that back in December of 2014 in Eric Garner And The Rule Of Law, where I wrote:  In The Michael Brown Case, Update 8: A Divided People,I analyzed the primary difference dividing Americans these days: many Americans respect and [Read More]