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Dirty Work (Hillary’s Peeps)

July 26, 2016

If you’re a Democratic nominee with no charisma, a closet filled with potentially embarrassing skeletons, and a constituency which is largely fictive, having open borders shills in charge of the 3rd most popular website on the planet, which hundreds of millions people use as their daily news feed, doesn’t exactly hurt your cause. Especially when they suppress problematic news leaks.

Are you still feeling the Bern?

h/t The Rebel.

Lock Her Up

July 25, 2016
Lock Her Up

Very rarely do I find myself in agreement with Bernie Sanders supporters, but I support this sentiment wholeheartedly. Hillary Clinton belongs in a federal institution, but not the White House. It turns out that Chris Christie fans are not the only ones who feel that Mrs. Clinton deserves to brought to justice. Read More »

Manifestly Unqualified: The Case Against Hillary

July 24, 2016
Manifestly Unqualified: The Case Against Hillary

It seems as if the alternative media has rallied around the flag, which in Hillary’s case was probably purchased by benefactors like Goldman Sachs and the Gulf Arab slave state of Qatar. After all, who can resist GIRL POWER, even if it’s marshaled on behalf of someone who’s spent much of her career destroying the reputations of Bill Clinton’s comfort women? To get a sense of the cognitive dissonance at work, it’s worth reading this week’s Village Voice, which all but admits its preferred candidate is an inveterate liar, albeit one who can answer that 3 A.M. call!

By the way, does anyone else recognize the absurdity of Clinton backers running a variation on an ad which was universally panned-from a race which she lost-in order to lambast the purported shortcomings of Donald Trump? If there are any calls being made to a Clinton White House after midnight, I’m almost certain they will be made at the behest of sleazy foreign donors who want a return on their investment. That is indeed the purpose of the single greatest legal money laundering scheme on the planet, one which would make even El Chapo green with envy. Read More »

Mass Shooting In Munich

July 22, 2016
Mass Shooting In Munich

Update: There was evidently a lot of preparation that went into this rampage. 

More info on the suspected shooter, who’s now believed to have killed himself after a confrontation with police, courtesy of Deutsche Welle

Islamic State supporters hail the Munich attack, naturally. 

A firsthand account of distraught Munich residents searching for answers by Rukmini Callimachi. 

9 fatalities have been confirmed. 

History repeats itself. This attack took place near the former Olympic Village, which was the sight of the Munich massacre, an Islamic terror attack financed by Mahmoud Abbas and the PLO.   Read More »

Convention Theatrics (The Final Day of the RNC)

July 21, 2016
Convention Theatrics (The Final Day of the RNC)

The biggest news of the RNC thus far has been, without question, Ted Cruz’s magnanimous endorsement of Ted Cruz. It’s too early to predict whether using a national platform to demean the choice of 14 million Republican voters is a wise political strategy going forward, but one thing we can say is that it’s a very Cruzian maneuver, as former Bush spokesmen Ari Fleischer pointed out. Whatever you might think of the Bushes-and I’ve made it very clear that I feel their beliefs have been ultimately destructive to both the Republican Party and the country-they have a certain ethic. As dreadful as I believe Jeb’s policies would have been, he at least has the integrity not to pretend that he shares the same values with Donald Trump. Read More »

Real Countries Have Borders (Day 3 in Cleveland)

July 20, 2016
Real Countries Have Borders (Day 3 in Cleveland)

Tonight is the moment that Donald Trump’s running mate, Governor Mike Pence, is introduced to the nation. As I explained after he was chosen, I think much of the furor over Pence’s impact, both positive and negative, is pointless. Read More »

RNC: Day 2

July 19, 2016
RNC: Day 2

 

Tonight’s headliners can be loosely classified under the rubric of the Surrender Caucus. In addition to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the Speaker of the House, Luis Gutierrez’s gringo friend Paul Ryan, will take center stage. By the way, Mr. Ryan is facing a conservative, anti-mass immigration primary challenge. Read More »

What You Can Do

Equal Justice

July 9, 2016
Equal Justice

 

The despicable whitewashing of Hillary Clinton’s malfeasance continues to generate outrage in the unlikeliest places, including the usually ridiculous Huffington Post. The exoneration of the former Secretary of State at the hands of someone who has shown a penchant for overlooking the crimes of Clintonian public officials has raised the hackles of people across the political spectrum. Read More »

Independence Day

July 4, 2016
Independence Day

Today marks the 240th anniversary of the moment America officially cleaved itself from its colonial master, Great Britain. Although there are a number of ways to commemorate this occasion, I would suggest learning more about the events which led up to this momentous historical decision. To that end, you can peruse my recommended reading list here. Read More »

The Red Death

June 7, 2016
The Red Death

Even as the collectivist enterprise in Venezuela implodes, spreading misery, resentment, and hopelessness among the 30 million people suffering under Chavismo-whose tales of woe are easily accessible-there are those who refuse to acknowledge the destruction their ideas have caused. The allure of Marxism, in spite of its astronomical body count, to public intellectuals and elite opinion-makers cannot be underestimated, in spite of its dismal track record.

That’s why organizations like the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation are absolutely necessary, even in our post-Cold War world. Read More »

Justice For Rotherham

June 6, 2016
Justice For Rotherham

 

One of the more astonishing moments during last month’s lecture in favor of open borders occurred when I brought up the Rotherham outrages, which the speaker-perhaps out of ignorance-declared to be a “recent” phenomenon within Europe. Actually, the systemic kidnapping, rape, sex grooming, and beating of white, Christian, English girls by Muslim Pakistanis-and the coverup of these abuses by the political class and law enforcement-has been occurring for well over 2 decades. Although it’s seductive to believe the Islamic predation sweeping Europe is a recent phenomenon-an aberration caused by the current political turmoil in the Middle East-that is simply not the case. Read More »

Right of the Soil

May 20, 2016
Right of the Soil

One of the defining features of our society is its strange approach to citizenship. We live in the only major Western nation which operates under a policy of unrestricted jus soli, which means that individuals seeking to acquire American citizenship for their children need only birth them on United States soil in order to do so, even if they have no tangible ties to this country. Read More »



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