Hillary Clinton

Hillary goes for misandry

misandry: noun 1. hatred of males. In an attempt to make herself relevant, the once-future POTUS emerged to make a video: The video was made for the MAKERS conference and starts with (emphasis added), “Despite all the challenges we face, I remained convinced that, yes, the future is female,” Yes, [Read More]

World

Brazil: PCC recruiting FARC

Seriously bad news for the entire hemisphere: Brazil’s largest criminal organization, the PCC (Primeiro Comando da Capital – First Capital Command) is recruiting Colombian FARC members (emphasis added), as it seeks heavy-weapons and other expertise to help expand its hold over Latin America’s drug trade, investigators and officials in both [Read More]

Donald Trump

Mexico wants respect

Mexican president to Trump: My nation ‘demands respect’, while offering Mexicans illegally in the U.S. help in defying immigration laws (emphasis added): Peña Nieto also highlighted Trump’s pledge to control migration into the U.S., reassuring Mexicans that their government will offer the protection Mexican immigrants require when they are in [Read More]

Obama

Setting free an unrepentant terrorist who used his own apartment as a bomb-making factory is a bad idea.

As mentioned yesterday, Obama commuted the prison sentence of Oscar López Rivera, an unrepentant FALN terrorist convicted of waging war against the United States. I do not exaggerate when I say that López Rivera set his apartment as a bomb-making facility. I also do not exaggerate when I say that I’ve [Read More]

Obama

Cuba: US to share law enforcement info with the regime

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]

World

Colombia: FARC is world’s 3rd richest terrorist organization

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, are the world’s third richest terrorist organization, according to a report published by Forbes: 3. FARC – Annual Turnover $600 million FARC, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia), is an underground Marxist and anti-imperialist activist group and a key [Read More]

World

Venezuela’s new VP’s Hezbollah connection

Emili Blasco, author of Boomerang Chavez: The Fraud That Led to Venezuela’s Collapse, reports that Nicolás Maduro’s new vice-president is none other than Tarek El Aissami, who, as you may recall has been tied to the Cartel of the Suns and to Islamic networks. El Aissmi was a key figure [Read More]

World

Chapecoense: LaMia pilot didn’t warn he was flying on empty

The airplane crash that killed all but three of Brazil’s Chapecoense soccer team: Doomed LaMia Flight’s Engines Began Shutting Down Several Minutes Before Crash. Colombian officials say pilots didn’t warn of total fuel loss until it was too late Investigators from Colombia’s Civil Aviation Authority said the pilots didn’t report [Read More]

World

Colombia: Supreme Court “fast tracks” FARC deal

Colombia approves fast-track application of peace deal with FARC, granting president Santos special powers, The peace deal was approved on December 1 by the Congress, which then proposed the fast track measure, also known as the “Special Legislative Procedure for Peace”. The fast track procedure grants President Juan Manuel Santos, [Read More]

World

Brazil: #Chapecoense’s Bolivian air traffic controller seeks asylum

Celia Castedo fled Bolivia, alleging she’s being persecuted: Bolivian authorities accused Ms. Castedo of “failing to carry out her duties as a public official” in not preventing LaMia flight 2933 from leaving the city of Santa Cruz on Nov. 28. The flight subsequently ran out of fuel and crashed near [Read More]

World

Puerto Rico: Castro aided and abetted 1983 Wells Fargo robbery

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]

Social Issues

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Proclamation Issued by President George Washington, at the request of Congress, on October 3, 1789 By the President of the United States of America, a Proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for [Read More]

World

Colombia: “Peace” deal 2.0 tomorrow

Colombia’s government says it will sign a new peace accord with Farc rebels on Thursday, after a previous deal was rejected in a referendum last month. The new revised agreement will be submitted to Congress for approval, rather than put to a popular vote. . . . The five main [Read More]

World

Colombia: Santos intends to bypass people for “new, improved” FARC agreement

After the people of Colombia rejected the so-called peace agreement with the largest narco-terrorist Marxist organization in the world, Juan Manuel Santos went back to negotiating and announced a new accord last Saturday, The new accord with the FARC, or Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, would include much of what [Read More]

Politics

Illiberals

Liberals have lost their minds, ostensibly over Hillary not reaching the Presidency. The ones who are not rioting are searching for safe spaces, and both sets meet in the Venn diagram of social media. My friend and Da Tech Guy Blog co-blooger Juliette Ochieng, who I have known for many [Read More]

Elections

Learn and review: The electoral college

Reviewing/learning your civics lesson: AND To conspiracy theorists claiming that Putin hacked the voting machines, there are seven types of voting methods in the country. Here is my report of the method used at my polling station. Cross-posted at Fausta’s blog.Photo by League of Women Voters of California

Donald Trump

Will the Cuban vote decide FL for Trump?

Mary O’Grady posits an interesting scenario, The Cost of Obama’s Cuba Policy. Exiles who oppose normalization could give Trump Florida’s 29 electoral votes. Cuban-Americans who initially supported Mr. Obama’s outreach are increasingly disillusioned with an administration strategy that helps the Castros but leaves out the Cuban people. This could affect [Read More]

World

Brazil: Rio goes for Republican

The Partido Republicano Brasileiro’s Marcelo Crivella, an evangelical bishop, won the mayoral election in Rio de Janeiro with 59% of the vote. A Republican, evangelical, bishop of the Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus (Universal Church of the Kingdom of God), you say? Hillary may need a bigger basket for [Read More]

Elections

Did Weiner cut a deal?

We know that a trove of emails described by the F.B.I. director as pertinent to the now-closed investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server were discovered on a computer belonging to Anthony D. Weiner, the estranged husband of Huma Abedin, a top aide to Mrs. Clinton. . . . The [Read More]

World

Venezuela: Pope Francis intervenes

Following the talk of impeachment after the government cancelled the recall vote, Nicolás Maduro made an unscheduled stop by the Vatican, where Pope Francis advised Maduro to hold talks with the opposition (emphasis added), In a statement, the Vatican said the pope received Mr. Maduro “within the framework of the [Read More]