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Angry Warren vs. The Donald

Elizabeth Warren has been bitchy for a couple weeks. First, she was bitchy about President Trump’s cabinet picks. Now, she’s upset that President Trump is protecting Americans instead of welcoming in terrorists. This article highlights Sen. Warren’s part in “The Resistance.” The article starts by saying “Facing a crowd of protesters at Logan International Airport […]

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Pelosi calls for investigation

This morning, House Minority Leader For Life Nancy Pelosi issued this statement calling for a bipartisan investigation into the Russians allegedly interfering with our presidential election. True to Ms. Pelosi’s nature, her statement starts by saying “The U.S. intelligence community has determined that Russia interfered in U.S. elections. There must be no equivocation or ignoring […]

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Jeff Sessions, existential threat

Stephen Dinan’s article highlights how little leverage Democrats have in the immigration reform debate. Without writing a single new law, Sen. Sessions will be able to pressure mayors of sanctuary cities. As a result, Sen. Sessions’ opponents are coming unhinged. For instance, Brent Wilkes, the executive director of the League of United Latin American Citizens, […]

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CAIR mouthpiece vs. Carl Higbie

It isn’t a secret that CAIR isn’t a legitimate civil rights organization. They’ve supported terrorist groups like Hamas. They were funded by Hamas. Thursday night, Hassan Shibly, the “chief executive director of CAIR-Florida’s chapter, attempted to shame Carl Higbie, a former Navy Seal and the spokesman for the pro-Trump Great America PAC. Wednesday night, Higbie […]

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FBI re-opens Hillary investigation

James Comey has notified the appropriate committees that he’s re-opening his investigation into Hillary Clinton. According to the article, “FBI Director James Comey wrote in a letter to top members of Congress Friday that the bureau has ‘learned of the existence of emails that appear to be pertinent to the investigation.’” The letter was sent […]

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Hillary’s frightening ignorance

Hillary Clinton’s ignorance, stupidity really, about terrorism is frightening. During a paranoid rant on the tarmac in White Plains, NY, Hillary Clinton virtually admitted that she doesn’t understand what drives ISIS, saying “There are millions of law-abiding, peaceful Muslim Americans. That is why I have been very clear. We are going after the bad guys […]

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The PR campaign starts

Predictably, the PR campaign has started after the terrorist attack Saturday night at Crossroads Mall. Members of the Somali community and other community leaders held “a nationally televised press conference on Sunday afternoon at Lake George.” This article contains quotes from a number of leaders. One of the quotes that I find upsetting is from […]

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When Hillary speaks, people listen

When Hillary Clinton talks about US national security, people listen. It isn’t that they think she’ll tell the truth. HRC’s honest and trustworthy ratings are worse than an ant’s popularity rating at a mid-summer picnic. Some people will listen to hear what absurd lies she’ll tell. Others will listen so they’ll know what she said […]

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Democrats vote for lawlessness

If people paid attention, they weren’t surprised that Senate Democrats voted to continue the violence in sanctuary cities. The Democratic Party is quickly becoming known as the political party that doesn’t protect its citizens. It’s quickly becoming the political party that thinks that laws are for other people. Certainly, Hillary doesn’t think that this nation’s […]

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Condemning terrorism

Since the terrorist attacks in San Bernardino, CA, various people have said that Muslim organizations should condemn terrorists and terrorism. Some organizations, like the Minnesota chapter of CAIR, aka the Council on American-Islamic Relations, got proactive and quickly condemned terrorism. Jaylani Hussein, the executive director of CAIR’s Minnesota chapter, said “The Muslim community stands shoulder […]

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Ted Cruz, opportunist

There’s no question about whether Ted Cruz is a skilled debater. Apparently, though, his debating skills are limited. Sen. Cruz thinks that political opportunity outweighs the need for honesty and intelligence. This time, Sen. Cruz thinks that creating a no-fly zone in Syria is foolish. During his interview with Bloomberg, Sen. Cruz criticized Sen. Rubio […]

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Sen. Paul’s delusional supporters

After reading this article, sane people are left wondering what Sen. Paul’s supporters are thinking: The newest Iowa poll conducted by The Des Moines Register reflects a trend which has been ongoing since polling for this cycle began. Rand Paul, in second place at 10%, is well within the margin of error of the lead, […]

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Judge rejects DOJ request

Judge Andrew Hanen refused to lift his temporary hold on President Obama’s executive action, saying that the DOJ hasn’t “shown any credible reason for why this Directive necessitates immediate implementation.” Here are the arguments both sides are making: The coalition of states leading the challenge filed its lawsuit to overturn Obama’s executive actions, which would […]

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Afghanistan isn’t a threat

In a startling event, President Obama said that the US had eliminated Afghanistan as a source of terrorism: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com In addition to his Alice-in-Wonderland declaration, President Obama said that US combat missions have finished. This is additional proof that the fastest way to end a war is to lose it. […]

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Nolan’s pacifism is frightening

True to his 1970s-style anti-war activist days, Rick Nolan is still a pacifist: In a statement issued to KBJR, Rep. Rick Nolan said U.S. intervention in “thousands-year-old Middle East war” has cost the U.S. trillions in blood and treasury. “The arms we supply to any one of these groups inevitably end up being used against […]

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Obama ISIL rhetoric predictably weak, feckless and most likely BS as well!

Read ‘My memories of September 11, 2001!’ here.The US is safer today, his administration focus has been on national security,  Iraq’s government is stable, the Benghazi terrorists will be brought to justice and ISIL will be pursued and decimated!T…

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Burton: Stop complaining about Obama’s golf

Bill Burton’s op-ed about President Obama’s frequent golf outings is a nice attempt to distract from Americans’ chief complaint: I thought that going on vacation with the president would be a real perk of serving as deputy press secretary in the Obama White House. Don’t get me wrong: Some elements of it are amazing. When […]

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Harry Reid: Border is secure

Harry Reid is one of the most deceitful men to ever serve in Washington, DC. He isn’t too bright, either. The things he said in this video contradict each other: Here’s what Sen. Reid said: “From all the reports I’ve gotten, the answer for me is no, I won’t support it,” he said. “I believe […]

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Is border crisis hurting Democrats?

There are few political analysts I trust more than Michael Barone. I trust Mr. Barone because, in addition to being one of the best number crunchers in the business, he’s a superb researcher. That’s why I took note of what he wrote in this article: A new Washington Post story quotes Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke […]

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Rick Perry’s border security

For people who want to get an education in border security, I’d recommend watching this video: Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com I’ve been a secure-the-border guy from the start. It makes tons of sense. It’s the only thing that makes sense. I’ve been a build-the-wall guy, too. After watching Gov. Perry’s interview with Sean […]

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