Biden: The classified document is now on the other foot

The discovery of multiple sets of classified documents at President Biden’s old offices reveals how ridiculous the accusations were against President Trump last year and how unnecessary the unprecedented FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago residence, but rather than enjoy the show even some so-called conservatives can’t resist taking unnecessary shots at the former President. Politics… Continue reading Biden: The classified document is now on the other foot

This and every holiday season, the government is a gift that keeps on giving to itself at your expense

Like clockwork, Democrats and Republicans collude before Christmas to bust all budget control mechanisms and pass a so-called omnibus bill that spends trillions on pork and pet projects many of which no one has ever heard of before, but thankfully we avoided a government shut down because the world cannot function without bee-friendly highways built… Continue reading This and every holiday season, the government is a gift that keeps on giving to itself at your expense

The Twitter Files: So-called journalists ignore the obvious threat to their own industry and the First Amendment

The recent anti-Musk rants studiously avoid the blatant censorship of The New York Post under false pretenses in the middle of an election, which should be the centerpiece of any reasoned concerns about free speech and the free exchange of ideas.  Instead, propagandists vent their outrage at the messenger. The New York Post is the… Continue reading The Twitter Files: So-called journalists ignore the obvious threat to their own industry and the First Amendment

Nikolas Cruz and our collective failure to make the difficult decisions society requires to function

The jury’s failure to recommend the death penalty is only the last in an unbelievably long line of failures to make the tough decisions required for a functioning society.  Everyone knew Mr. Cruz was a danger, but no one was willing to do anything about it despite dozens of chances.  Sadly, a similar phenomenon plays… Continue reading Nikolas Cruz and our collective failure to make the difficult decisions society requires to function

Tulsi Gabbard is likely one of millions leaving the Democrat party

The former Congresswoman from Hawaii and 2020 Presidential Candidate officially leaves the Democrat Party.  At least some of her reasons are likely shared by millions of Americans, but the reaction from her former fellow Democrats makes it clear they currently view their political party as a religion and will admit no introspection. If the party… Continue reading Tulsi Gabbard is likely one of millions leaving the Democrat party

The White supremacy that wasn’t

The mainstream media and the government reflexively believe the specter of White supremacy is everywhere, broadcasting stories that frequently turn out to be false and mounting a whole of government approach to a problem some whistleblowers claim doesn’t exist on anything like the advertised scale.  As one FBI agent put it, “The demand for White… Continue reading The White supremacy that wasn’t

Enough: Indict Trump already or give it a rest

The alternative to a trial of the former President is a continuation of the endless stream of leaks from prosecutors and misguided interpretations of the law from the real card carrying experts in the media.  If you truly believe the former President is guilty of something, let him have his day in open court. Tell… Continue reading Enough: Indict Trump already or give it a rest

Where’s Chief Justice John Roberts?

Contrary to popular belief, judges are not an island unto their own.  They are part of a branch of government, headed by an individual like everyone else.  The current head is Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts and he is not powerless to limit or even stop egregious behavior on his watch.  The… Continue reading Where’s Chief Justice John Roberts?

Trump is not to blame for people’s righteous anger at the FBI

The goal of this government sponsored misdirection is the same as it’s always been:  Keep the focus on President Trump, suggesting it no longer takes two to tango as the old saying goes, rather than demanding much needed answers from the very people that plunged us into this situation to begin with. Once upon a… Continue reading Trump is not to blame for people’s righteous anger at the FBI

Nuclear secrets and cocktail napkins, the Attorney General thinks you’re stupid and should otherwise go screw

The FBI is investigating a former President and future candidate for espionage, but neither the Attorney General nor the President feel any explanation at all is required on their part.  Instead, they plan to treat this unprecedented occurrence like a jay-walking ticket, pretending there aren’t massive conflicts of interest and political ramifications that come with… Continue reading Nuclear secrets and cocktail napkins, the Attorney General thinks you’re stupid and should otherwise go screw