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Race Relations

Charlotte: The Rule Of Law Wins One

November 30, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    The story of criminal Keith Scott and police officer Brently Vinson is a fascinating study in two starkly different views of the rule of law. In September of 2016, In Charlotte, NC career criminal Keith Scott had the bad luck to be parked near where the police [Read More]

Elections

Progressives have mounted a dangerous attack on American democracy

November 30, 2016 Bookworm 0

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]

Muslim Immigration
Social Issues

A completely serious proposal for handling Muslim refugees

November 30, 2016 Bookworm 0

In the wake of Abdul Razak Ali Ratan’s ISIS-inspired attack at OSU, David French’s addresses the vexing issue of Muslim refugees in America. He provides substantive data showing that most are decent people, but the bad ones are really, really, bad, and very dangerous: The Heritage Foundation has maintained a comprehensive [Read More]

World

Puerto Rico: Castro aided and abetted 1983 Wells Fargo robbery

November 30, 2016 FaustaW 0

Cuban dictator Fidel Castro allegedly financed and supported the costliest cash robbery in U.S. history, the 1983 theft of $7 million from a Wells Fargo depot in West Hartford. Edmund Mahony reports, Castro Had Secret Role In Infamous Wells Fargo Robbery Weeks before the robbery, Masetti said, he delivered $50,000 [Read More]

Donald Trump

Drama Queens and Faux Fear on the Left

November 29, 2016 RAvrech 1

by Robert J. Avrech Endlessly and tediously we hear about the fear that grips the Hillary dead-enders. They are afraid that Donald Trump is a fascist demagogue. Which is quite weird because these are the very same people who are grief-stricken over the death of the fascist demagogue Fidel Castro.

Guns & 2nd Amendment

Guns: Securing The Right To Self-Defense And Life, Part 6

November 29, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Having had time to think about the last article in this series, perhaps readers are asking why it’s necessary to discuss political philosophy. Isn’t this, after all, a series of articles about guns? Gun ownership is an express–not an implied–unalienable right acknowledged by the Constitution. There is [Read More]

Guns & 2nd Amendment

Your Self-Defense Story of the Day

November 29, 2016 Doug Hagin 1

I really try to avoid convenience stores, especially at night. Luckily this clerk was prepared A Florida grocery store clerk noticed a man wearing sunglasses around midnight over the Thanksgiving weekend and became suspicious that he might try and rob the store. Police say that William Smith, 29, pulled a [Read More]

Obama

Obama’s Nothingburger Eulogy of Fidel Castro

November 29, 2016 Proof Positive 0

Why do people always say “it goes without saying”, and then proceed to fill the air with words? What’s worse, is to fill the air with meaningless words. Case in point: Barack Obama. I’m sure Barack Obama would love to be remembered as an outstanding orator if not a statesman. [Read More]

Social Issues

In-Service Training And Brain Damage–UPDATED

November 28, 2016 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel    More than four years ago–March 20, 2012, to be precise–I wrote an article titled “Education: Fixing Intelligence and In-Service Training.” I chanced upon that article again recently, and it struck home, so I decided to update it, and did, in October of 2014.  Chancing on it again, I [Read More]

Politics

California Seceding? Don’t Make Me Laugh!

November 28, 2016 JoshuaPundit 1

The latest manifestation of butt hurt, crybaby lefties are threats from Democrat owned California to secede from the United States. Here’s a sample of what the#neverTrumpers at Bloomberg have to say: Immediately after the election, state Senate President Kevin de León and his Assembly counterpart, Anthony Rendon, both Latinos from [Read More]

World

Why Did Chávismo Wreck the Venezuelan Economy?

November 28, 2016 TheGlitteringEye 1

You probably won’t be surprised that in William Finnegan’s lengthy history of Venezuela under Chávez and since in his New Yorker piece only two explanations for Venezuela’s economy having been left in tatters are presented. The Venezuelan government’s position: I asked about the current food shortages and failing hospitals. “It [Read More]

Elections

Crowd-sourcing help wanted re whether Russia manipulated the election

November 27, 2016 Bookworm 0

A genuinely curious Progressive asked me to address this breathless article claiming that Russia actively interfered with the American election: In assessing Donald Trump’s presidential victory, Americans continue to look away from this election’s most alarming story: the successful effort by a hostile foreign power to manipulate public opinion before [Read More]

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