Archive for January 2018

Hillary Clinton, still protecting male harassers in 2008

She’s lost her shine, this is from her protector in chief, the NYT: Hillary Clinton Chose to Shield a Top Adviser Accused of Harassment in 2008 A senior adviser to Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign who was accused of repeatedly sexually harassing a young subordinate was kept on the campaign at Mrs. Clinton’s request, according…

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People, Coyotes and Chickens

It seems a lot of people want chickens these days. Many cities along the Colorado front range, including Denver, have adopted new city ordinances , or are considering ways to allow people to have chickens in town. This comes along at the same time as the entire front range of Colorado has seen a dramatic…

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Think “Dreamers” are children? Think again…

‘Dreamers’ Storm Schumer’s New York City Home, Demand Amnesty ‘Now’ Dozens of illegal aliens surrounded Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) home in New York on Tuesday demanding that Congress pass legislation immediately to give millions of people in the United States illegally amnesty and a pathway to citizenship. Do these look like children?

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So, from the beginning even Strzok doubted the Mueller investigation would lead to anything

In ‘Jaw-Dropping’ Text, Peter Strzok Expressed ‘Concern’ About Joining Mueller Team The FBI’s top agent on the Trump-Russia investigation sent a text message last year that one top Republican senator says suggests he saw no evidence of Trump campaign collusion. The text message, which was sent by Peter Strzok, is “jaw-dropping,” Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson,…

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Majority of Americans want GOP to win on immigration

They don’t exactly say it that way, but they do say they want less immigration and it’s only the GOP that agrees with them. Shock Poll: Americans want massive cuts to legal immigration Read that carefully. Americans not only want to stop illegal immigration, they want to reduce legal immigration. A Harvard-Harris poll taken in…

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Interesting headlines from this morning

Here are some interesting headlines from this morning: FBI Director Christopher Wray threatened to resign over pressure to fire Andrew McCabe Attorney General Jeff Sessions is feeling the pressure from President Donald Trump to get FBI Director Christopher Wray to fire deputy director Andrew McCabe, but Wray is threatening to resign if McCabe is ousted…

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Desperate Democrats advance their weirdness on illegal immigration

On Monday evening Tucker Carlson discussed Joy Reid’s claim on MSNBC that Tucker’s genealogical history (One of his eight great-great-grandfathers was a immigrant Swiss  who came to America in 1860) disqualifies him from having an opinion on illegal immigration in 2018. I’m pretty sure that Tucker’s great-great-grandfather immigrated legally under the law at the time.…

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Who do you blame for the shutdown?

To understand any political development always ask, who benefits, who loses? If you answer those questions correctly you’ll understand what is really going on. Trump Urges GOP Senate to Go Nuclear on Dems, Reopen Government Schumer gives up. Guess the shutdown wasn’t working for them this time.

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Fusion GPS — Christopher Steele Trump “dossier” is a Big Fat Lie

From Tabletmag.com, “Did Simpson Lie to Congress” by Lee Smith The whole Russia Collusion Fusion GPS Christopher Steele “dossier” is turning out to be a big fat lie. The Democrats were running the table on the GOP, with an eye to using the dossier as an instrument to impeach Trump should they retake the House…

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Mark Steyn and Tucker Carlson Talk Illegal Immigration and Democrats

Mark Steyn joined Tucker Carlson last night to discuss the “Democrats’ ever more explicit preference for illegal immigrants over American citizens” and the DACA debate. Mark reminded us of Hugh Kingsmill’s line – “Friends are God’s apology for relatives” which he mistakenly attributed to Malcolm Muggeridge. No worries, realizing the error, he apologized to Kingsmill…

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