Category Archives: Justice

Corruption in the DNC

Donna Brazil served as the interim chair of the DNC after Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was tossed out on her ear.  She recently wrote a piece for Politico wherein she revealed how Hillary Clinton’s machine seized control of DNC finances long before … Continue reading

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Meet Joe

Meet Joe Arpaio, often billed as the “toughest sheriff in America.”  There are a couple of reasons for this, beginning with the fact that because Arizona borders Mexico, Maricopa County is one corridor of illegal migration.  Additionally, in America, county … Continue reading

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Avoiding Barcelona

(Or, how to discourage barbarism)  Psychological warfare is a term that denotes actions designed to evoke a specific reaction in other people.  There are various techniques, of course, but all of these are aimed at influencing a target’s value system, … Continue reading

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Nikki Haley

Tom Rogan, writing for the Washington Examiner, recently declared that UN Ambassador Nikki Haley is the finest US Ambassador in fifty years.  At this point, Rogan has assumed the opposite view of one of Haley’s initial critics —a Democratic hack … Continue reading

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A Price to Pay

A young woman decided to take a walk with her father one early evening.  It was just a little over two years ago.  They were walking along the Embarcadero in San Francisco … near Pier 14.  I’ve been there and … Continue reading

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America’s First Female President

When I was a child, my mother always emphasized to me that if I could not say something nice about someone, I should simply keep my mouth shut.  “God hears everything you say,” she told me.  I don’t think I … Continue reading

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An Aside

How dangerous is military service, even if you aren’t assigned to a combat zone? Ask this question of the 318 sailors and Marines once assigned to the USS Ronald Reagan, now suffering from exposure to radiation during the time they … Continue reading

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Another Attack

Well, here we are again; another Moslem attack upon the innocents of London.  What we know so far is that murdering filth have killed six people during attacks in two closely connected areas of London on Saturday night.  Three suspects … Continue reading

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Good news for the Brits

Even though MI5 reveal the presence of 23,000 jihadi living in Britain (those are just the active inquiries, mind you), Manchester police say they’ve arrested “most of the suspects” in the recent attack against the innocents (and those, by the … Continue reading

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Question: Where Was Powell Wrong?

Rivers of Blood By Enoch Powell, 20 April 1968 The supreme function of statesmanship is to provide against preventable evils. In seeking to do so, it encounters obstacles which are deeply rooted in human nature. One is that by the … Continue reading

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