No armed response to the Democrat’s rifleman — at least not yet

June 15, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

The Sanders’ Democrat who calmly shot Representative Scalise and others today is just the first installment of what the leading Democrats and their funders, George Soros and his ilk, intend to do this country until they can control all of it.

All of the violence, from the start of the 2016 presidential campaign until this day, has been conducted by Democrats, and enabled by their national leaders’ and the mainstream media’s words, suggestions, and depictions of non-Democrats as non-humans, as well as by various Democratic mayors who have prevented their police forces from protecting peaceful opponents of the Democrat Party. The Christian-hating weasel Bernie Sanders is especially responsible for this widespread violence because, as an avowed socialist, he knows that socialism cannot possibly take control of a geographically immense nation without enormous and indiscriminate street violence, which becomes even greater and more lethal and indiscriminate after the socialists take power.

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James Comey shows Americans that law does not apply to the elite

June 11, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

James Comey admits to taking official government documents home and then giving them to the NY Times; he directly contradicts his 3 May 2017, under-oath testimony; he publicly conspires with that stooge of a Special Counsel Robert Mueller to stage-manage his testimony; he refused to tell Americans that their president was not colluding with the Russians; he coordinated his public language with Attorney General Lynch to please Clinton, protect that criminal, and fix the 2016 election; and, just after the hearing, is reported to have been offered a $10 million advance/payoff from a New York publisher for a book on Trump.

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Anglo-American rebellions draw closer

June 11, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Events during the past several weeks have left, at least with me, a growing sense that the need for armed rebellion in the United States and the UK is edging closer. The bipartisan political establishments in the United States and in Britain have left their citizenries in a brutal jungle where either the law is not enforced, or new laws are passed to limit fundamental rights – especially free speech – and/or to discriminate against the native-born in favor of preferred minorities or violent Muslim refugees and immigrants. Each native-born citizen is now approaching a break-point where the choice will come down to either passively obeying and truckling to his elite-run government’s discriminatory, humiliating, and increasingly lethal diktats, or to rebel and seek to destroy the central government that is now focused on destroying him, his family, and his nation and its history.

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U.S. thinking on arming the Kurds: Complex, intricate, nuanced, or just plain stupid?

May 19, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

We are halfway through May, 2017, and it seems to be a month that again highlights the dearth of commonsense in the minds of most of those who are responsible for conducting the republic’s foreign and domestic affairs. On this score, one event merits special notice, namely, the arming of the Kurds.

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It is time, General Mattis, to leave NATO and Europe to the coroner

May 10, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

This morning’s news notes that Defense Secretary James Mattis was in Denmark and is on his way to other European capitals to talk about how to defeat “Islamic terrorism” with our NATO allies. Now, Mattis is – I hope – no one’s fool. But it would be interesting to know how he reconciles the expenditure of his time, the cost of transportation and security, and the continued misleading of Americans about the value of the NATO alliance to U.S. security, with the fact that only last Sunday the French elected yet another president who is eager to preside over, and even quicken, the suicide of the French nation as part of what is now a Europe-wide comic-opera called “Death by Muslim”.

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How to deal with the “Resistance”? – Not necessarily civil war, but civil war if necessary

May 6, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Six months after Mr. Trump’s election, the Republican and Democratic establishments, most of the media, the academy, the bipartisan elite, the climate charlatans, the Neocons, the Israel-Firsters, and the near-zombies all of them have produced in the country’s student bodies and minority groups continue to think, behave (at times violently), and “resist” as if the election was illegitimate and President Trump will be removed from office.

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As always, U.S. interventionism yields a dunghill of daft and expensive fecklessness

April 18, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Historically, U.S. political and military interventionism reliably produces three negative results: (a) motion without movement that fools Americans into thinking they are more secure; (b) dead and maimed Americans; and (c) a larger national debt. Let us, for a moment, look at the immediate results of the U.S. military interventionism that has occurred during the past two week:

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Jack Keane – the biggest, most arrogant jackass of a retired general money can buy

April 13, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

It was almost as if a retired U.S. general wanted to sharpen and buttress the point made in this space on 11 April 2017, the one that argued that President Trump ought to purge scores of serving U.S. generals if he intends to put America First and thereby abandon endless, unnecessary war. Today, 12 April 2017, retired U.S. Army General Jack Keane appeared twice on FOX News and did exactly that.

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President Trump, with respect, start ruthlessly purging the U.S. general officer corps

April 11, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Last time we discussed your refusal to abide by the Constitution’s hard-and-fast war-making provision, a decision that merits — as it did for most of your post-1945 predecessors — impeachment proceedings. Waging war in the manner you did in Syria is the work of an absolute monarch or a dictator, not that of a popularly elected president of this republic.

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If you have time, Mr. President, Senator Paul can help you learn the Constitution means what it says

April 8, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

A central concern of the Founding generation, when writing the Constitution, was to ensure that no one man, or one man and his clique, could take the republic to war. To that end, the Constitution delegates the citizenry’s power to declare war solely to its servants in Congress, and, in doing so, uses language that makes it clear that the Congress cannot delegate this power to the executive branch of the government. The ability of a president to order military action was — and is — tightly limited to instances in which the United States is attacked or, perhaps, if a clear threat must be preempted.

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On the America First agenda, President Trump, the swamp is closing in on you

April 3, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

With respect, Sir, you are letting the pro-status-quo swampers overtake you and position themselves to paralyze your plan to make the concept of America First the operative guideline for the national government. Except on the vital job-creation and morale-building fronts — on which you have done splendidly — the goal of America First seems to be fading from your administration in favor of business as usual both at home and abroad. Please consider the following:

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Take note Mr. Trump, Speaker Ryan was brutally schooled by liberty’s requirements

March 26, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

It seems that Speaker Ryan and most of his fellow Republicans in the House have yet to understand what happened in the 2016 presidential election.

They seem not to have understood that Americans do not want to be told by the national government that they must buy government-approved insurance; that they must buy coverage for care that they do not need or want; that they are not stupid enough to believe that any policy with a $5,000-to-$8,000 deductible can possibly be regraded as insurance; that their premiums will only go up because insurance cannot be bought in states where it is cheapest (surely a violation of the interstate commerce clause); or that their national government has the right to confiscate their earnings and use the money to assure that illegal immigrants, unvetted refugees, and slackers receive healthcare better than their own and that provided for veterans.

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Mr. Trump: Re-intervention in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan kills the chance to revive America

March 12, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Mr. President, you were right during the campaign, your instincts about America’s Islam war are far better than those of your generals. Indeed, you would be better off speaking — with no generals present — to some serving and recently retired or separated field officers and gunnery sergeants. These men and women have actually risked their lives in combat against the Islamists, and they would give you the true skinny about what the republic is facing and why it is in danger of getting stuck like Putin. This is a benefit you will never derive from listening to your generals.

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A lesson from two George Bushes: Never give the elite the benefit of the doubt

March 9, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Sentiment is human weakness that always is an obstacle to clear thinking, or at least it always is in my case. I have always given George H.W. Bush and and George W. Bush the benefit of the doubt because I thought both were patriots and decent men. The former flew more than 50 combat missions during World War II, and the latter seemed sadly trapped in, and manipulated by, a nest of Neoconservative and Israel-First cretins. Since early in 2016, however, I have come to see how stupid and blinding it is to let sentiment hide the clearly visible truth that the Bushes are not America’s friends.

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But Senator McCain, you and most of the media are enemies of the American republic

February 20, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

For the past several years I have been considering an article to address the issue which the media is constantly whining and wondering about; namely, the killing of journalists overseas in war zones and elsewhere. I have hesitated until today because I write with some directness, and did not want to seem to be endorsing such activity. But I really think that the question should be asked not as “Why are journalists being killed overseas?” but rather as “Why is it that more journalists are not being killed overseas and domestically?”

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