Monthly Archives: March 2018

Good Friday

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Jeff Sessions won’t appoint second special council

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Why AG Sessions declined to appoint a special counsel

March 30, 2018 Why AG Sessions declined to appoint a special counsel By Thomas Lifson ————————— A lot of conservatives are upset that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has declined for now to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate claims of … Continue reading

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Nunes reacts to IG investigation

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Sessions declines to appoint second special counsel

March 29, 2018 – 05:03 PM EDT Sessions declines to appoint second special counsel By Brandon Conradis and Jacqueline Thomsen ———————————————————– Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed in a letter to lawmakers Thursday that he had declined to name a second … Continue reading

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Trump and the Great Unmasking of the Left

March 28, 2018 Trump and the Great Unmasking of the Left By Thomas Lifson Driven to desperation by their fury at President Trump’s election, his presidency, and Robert Mueller’s failure  to substantiate the bogus Russia conspiracy fantasy, progressives are escalating … Continue reading

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Donations to NRA Tripled

February Donations to NRA Tripled as Celebrities, Establishment Media Attacked   AP/Seth Perlman by AWR Hawkins, 28 Mar 2018 Donations to the NRA’s political action committee in February surged to three times what they were in January as Parkland gun … Continue reading

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Democrats Introduce Bullet Control Bill

Beyond Guns: Democrats Introduce Bullet Control Bill  Derek Hunter, Contributor, 10:19 AM 03/27/2018 ———————————————————————- In the wake of the “March For Our Lives” rally Saturday, and with no legislative appetite for more gun control laws, Democrats in both the House … Continue reading

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More fake news from Washington Post

March 26, 2018 Washington Post attempts to blur terrorism By Michael Berenhaus —————————– In “Austin revives a question: What is terrorism?” (3/24/18), the probing response would be: revives a question by whom? The Washington Post and its agenda-driven news reportage? … Continue reading

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America doesn’t have a gun violence epidemic.

March 26, 2018 America doesn’t have a gun violence epidemic. Democrat cities do. By Rich Logis —————— Guns and gun crime are the new climate change: those who know nothing about the subject are suddenly “experts.” I call this faux … Continue reading

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Happy Palm Sunday

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“I will risk life and career for the people I serve,”

March 23, 2018 What Mass Shootings Mean for Good Police Work By Michael A. Thiac ————————- In the weeks after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre (please don’t call it a tragedy), the concepts of service and leadership have … Continue reading

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The Real Scandal isn’t Collusion

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The Three Scoundrels

March 24, 2018 Patriotism and the Three Scoundrels By James Lewis ——————– The three biggest scoundrels of the swamp – Comey, Clapper, and Brennan – have been fired, which is a good start.  And yes, it has to be said that … Continue reading

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The Real Andrew McCabe

The Real Andrew McCabe March 23, 2018, 12:05 am As Robyn Gritz found out, he’s not a gentleman. In April 2015, National Public Radio reported on the case of former FBI Special Agent Robyn Gritz who had been forced out … Continue reading

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