QuislingCons expose themselves anew

The Lincoln Project is planning ads to attack vulnerable senators to pressure them to stonewall President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court.

This reveals that their hate for President Trump is not rooted in any “conservative principals.”  It is strictly condescending hate for President Trump and Trump voters.... [Read More]


U.S. Chamber of Globalists

I can remember not so many decades ago when the U.S. Chamber of Commerce was considered a safely Republican outfit.  Republican policy was pro-business, and Republicans won routine endorsements from the Chamber.

But the interests of the Republican Party and the U.S. Chamber have diverged.  To a large extent, the U.S. Chamber is now Center-Left, while the GOP has become more conservative, over the very loud protestations of a small number of Nevers.... [Read More]


77 percent of Catholics

I have seen this in several places on the internet.

Yeah, I know; somebody was wrong on the internet.

What I saw was “77 percent of Catholics favor abortion in all or most circumstances.”

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Jesus and the money-changers

Matthew 12:

12 And Jesus entered the temple and drove out all who sold and bought in the temple, and he overturned the tables of the money-changers and the seats of those who sold pigeons. 13 He said to them, “It is written, ‘My house shall be called a house of prayer,’ but you make it a den of robbers.”

This was quoted recently by a Ratburgher. It was part of a long-running back and forth we have had about the political responsibilities we do or do not feel as American consumers or investors.

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Muslim scum, right? Can’t be trusted. Suspect. Dangerous.

What to do about these seditious Muslim terrorists in the midst? Why let them proliferate and use up resources that decent people need?

Lock them up. Eliminate them. Eliminate all record that they ever existed.

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Gateskeepers.” That was a nice neologism in a clever headline from the Columbia Journalism Review, in an article by Tim Schwab.

He was referring to the curators of news in the Fake News Media. The focus of the article was the huge influence bought by Bill Gates via grants, contributions, seminars, special gifts, etc. I was surprised that they were willing to publish at all on this topic.

While we are all diverted by the pernicious influence of George Soros’s money, hardly any notice is paid to Bill Gates’s money. Perhaps Gates just seems less malevolent.

The article is long and fully packed. Here are the best excerpts:

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Matriculated Sandmann

I want to apologize for my mistake in singling out a student and any misunderstandings that arose from that. One of my favorite things about working at a liberal arts institution is that the University community has diverse perspectives. All students, faculty, and staff are able to engage in civil discourse with those whose views may be different from their own, and to learn about those views in an academic setting. I value and support these conversations with students, and I know that students value these conversations with their peers as well.

That is the apology from Dr. Avery Tomkins, “Diversity Scholar.”

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Attorney-client Privileged Communications

The DOJ Southern District of New York got the FBI to raid attorney Michael Cohen’s office and home to seize evidence in a case involving Donald J. Trump.  They compelled Cohen to answer questions about Trump’s affairs.  They rationalized this violation of attorney-client privilege as allowed under law because they were investigating an alleged fraud in which they believed the lawyer conspired with the client to commit a crime.  In that case the crime was a tenuous predicate, since they were guessing without other evidence that the hush money paid to the porn star somehow violated federal election and campaign funding law.

Months later, Michael Cohen rolled out a tell-all memoir that purports to dish dirt on the client.

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BLM March on Washington

This “March on Washington” was billed as the “Keep your Knee Off Our Necks March.”   It was what you would expect.

In particular, I heard one of the preachers toss out this rhetorical question:

“Why, after all these years, are we still marching for the same things Martin Luther King was marching for?!!?”

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LA v John MacArthur and Grace Community Church

California has Virus Rules.  They use the China Virus as an excuse to drag the economy down and punish their enemies.  Los Angeles County has additional Virus Rules.

Grace Community Church is breaking the rules.  Specifically they are violating the ordinance by holding real worship services.  Pastor John MacArthur is defiant; quoting Peter and the Apostles: “We must obey God rather than men.”... [Read More]


Now more than ever before

“Now, more than ever before.”

That is what Kerry Washington said, while hosting the DNC pageant.  She was introducing a heartstring-tugging video about a little Hispanic girl’s letter to President Trump.  It was full of slanders about President Trump’s words and policies.... [Read More]


Leveraging the FBI against a right-wing couple

One anonymous tip from a Leftist cost this couple more than four years and many thousands of dollars and their status is still in limbo.

The Antifa activist who submitted the fake tip to the FBI abt me, delaying my visa by years, didn’t just cause heartache by separating my wife & I by 1000s of miles.

That person stopped us from being able to have a family. Four years now. And (biologically) running out of time.

— Jack

I have questions.

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No Liberty in Texas

As more than 1,400 YAL students and 100 elected officials prepared to gather in Dallas on Monday for YAL’s premier event, the organization received word that the city had issued a “force majeure” order canceling it “to limit the spread of COVID-19.” This happened a mere three days before the event was scheduled to kick off — and in spite of several months of caffeinated workdays registering attendees, booking flights, and coordinating with investors. YAL even had its staging, banners, and audio/video equipment waiting in the parking lot of the venue.

Make no mistake: This was never about safety. With tyrants, it never is.... [Read More]


First Amendment lawsuit in Seattle

It is getting harder every day to tell the difference between the Babylon Bee and real news.

Five members of Black Lives Matter filed a suit against Seattle on Monday, saying the Seattle Police Department’s crowd control techniques have required them to purchase expensive protective gear, essentially pricing them out of practicing their First Amendment rights.... [Read More]