With Jose Jiminez Nancy Pelosi, in another incident eerily reminiscent of her double-fridge ice cream episode earlier this summer, is spectacularly caught on camera prancing around a San Francisco hair salon, getting a perm, a blow-out, her candle-wax face put back in place by methods that defy modern science, all without wearing a mask and…Read More… on What Happened This Week in Washington
The first amendment has some notable exceptions– you can’t yell “Bomb!” in an airport, declare undying love for child pornography, speech intended to incite riots, etc. And now, apparently, criticizing Michelle Obama. In her virtual speech to the Democratic National Convention, Ms. Obama cemented her legacy as one of the great orators of our time,…Read More… on The Darling Of Absolutism
Since George Floyd was killed on May 25th 2020, the United States has been under assault from citizens who make use of its water and electricity, of its provisions for free speech and demonstration, its welfare system and voting rights, its government-funded relief programs, its national parks and beaches, its infrastructure and office buildings, highways…Read More… on They Scream Equality & Whisper Tyranny
A jarring, bracing question certainly, but let’s cut through the contagious melodrama that jerks up your blood whenever someone questions the BLM movement–in other words, try, if you will, to remain grounded in reason and logic…..We have Gabriel Johnson, a retired 48-year old Marine, who, tired of the endless nightly protests in Portland, brings the…Read More… on Do Black Lives Really Matter?
Prior to the global pandemic, the American economy was riding an unprecedented wave–the vanishing middle class reappeared in successful strides, Blacks and Hispanics experienced the lowest unemployment rate in recorded history, labor-force participation jumped by 4.6%, bottom wages were rising with ferocity from decades in the economic underbelly, and the average household income sat upon…Read More… on Prosperity or Persecution? The Choice Between Trump’s Economy and Biden’s Mob
The French philosopher Albert Camus once wrote: “Every revolutionary ends by becoming either an oppressor or a heretic. ” His point being, that every single revolution in the history of mankind may be considered a failure, in that it never respects its original limits–it, by its own blind inertia, becomes the very thing it seeks…Read More… on The Failure of the Would-be “Woke Revolution”
“Make sure you look at things and have the right people on it,” President Obama is quoted as saying to then Vice President Joe Biden, in the midst of the now illuminated criminal investigation into Michael Flynn. “I know nothing about those moves to investigate Michael Flynn,” Biden said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” when…Read More… on Behind Obama’s Smile Sits a Galaxy of Lies
CNN, of course, reports none of this. Here’s what they also refuse to report on: Rashid Brimmage has over 100 prior arrests. He’s a transit recidivist. He’s a level 2 sex offender. He was arrested as recently as March for punching a man at a pizza shop, for which he received only a desk appearance…Read More… on “I’m frightened to tears,” she said. “I’m not going to walk there on my own, and it’s very upsetting. It’s very upsetting.” — the 92 year old woman savagely pushed down by Rashid Brimmage, a black man, in New York City.
To testify….. How could the president not know about the Flynn unmasking? Who else could have empowered the special counsel of Robert Mueller to begin investigating associates of the Trump administration back in 2017, with little to NO evidence? Was this a set-up at the behest of Obama? Was it not recommended to Obama not…Read More… on Bring Back Obama
As nearly every facet of American life has been disrupted by the rapidly-expanding Coronavirus, the time is now to put aside petty political trifles and do what must be done to hamper the virus’s threat across our nation. What is of the upmost importance now is cohesiveness, clarity, and a unified front from the federal…Read More… on Country in Crisis: America’s Division Looms Ominously with Coronavirus Threat Moving in from the Horizon