In reaction to Women’s March leaders’ Farrakhan embrace and anti-Israel progressives, new group calls on Democrats to “S…

‘Women’s March For All’ Petition wants DNC to adopt International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism The Women’s March has been rocked by its association with anti-Israel and anti-Semitic figures almost from inception. In February 2017, we wrote how Convicted terrorist Rasmea Odeh co-organized March 8 #DayWithoutAWoman, and we followed up in January 2018, Anti-Israel activists attempt to hijack Women’s March – again: During the 2017 Women’s March on Washington and follow up Women’s Strike, anti-Israel activists attempted to hijack the movement. Anti-Israel activist Linda Sarsour attempted to steer the movement against Israel, and the Women’s Strike was co-organized by and honored convicted supermarket bomber...

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Lessons From Minnesota’s Primaries

Minnesota is the eye of the hurricane this year, with two Senate seats at stake, at least four competitive House elections, and the governorship up for grabs. As much as any other state, it is a barometer for our current politics. Minnesota’s primary election was today, and the results are interesting. 1) Hennepin County Commissioner Jeff Johnson defeated former Governor Tim Pawlenty for the GOP governor nomination. This is the one that we Minnesota Republicans were watching most closely. Pawlenty is by far the most talented politician among Minnesota Republicans, but those who paid attention could see his defeat coming a mile away. Pawlenty has never been very popular with the state’s Republican activists, so he skipped the caucus process and the state’s GOP convention entirely. Johnson got the party’s endorsement by default. Pawlenty’s strategy was basically to ignore Johnson and the endorsement process, and to run a general election campaign starting in the Summer, on the assumption that he could easily brush Johnson aside. This was fundamentally stupid. Johnson was the Republican nominee four years ago, and he came within 6 points of a sitting governor. He was also, of course, the endorsed candidate. Ignoring him made no sense. Worse, Pawlenty was out of touch with today’s Republicans. He has spent the last six years in Washington, making a lot of money lobbying for the banking industry. There...

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Let’s face it, Peter Strzok deserved to be fired, says … House Democrat

Not just any House Democrat either. It’s Eric Swalwell, a guy with an Avenatti-esque ubiquity on cable news as he gears up for a possible presidential run in 2020. (Which is also Avenatti-esque.) Swalwell’s a member of the House Intelligence Committee and thus often fills the role of anti-Trump TV attack dog for his party during the seven minutes a day that Adam Schiff isn’t in front of a camera. He’s usually hardcore in his criticism of Trump too, befitting his role. Last month he went on Tucker Carlson’s show(!) to explain why the president is kinda sorta guilty...

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Bernie Sanders projected to win, decline Vermont Democratic nomination for third Senate term

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is a heavy favorite to win re-election to a third term this November.  (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File) Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was projected to easily win the Democratic nomination for a third term Tuesday – though Sanders was expected to decline the nomination and run as an independent in November’s general election. With 52 percent of precincts reporting, the democratic socialist Sanders had received 95 percent of the vote compared to five percent for self-described Democratic activist Folasade Adeluola. Sanders, who received 65 percent and 71 percent of the vote in his first two...

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Internet Just Crowd-Funded Release Of 4,358 CIA Mind-Control Documents

And for more news you won’t get from the corporate-owned, CIA-controlled mainstream media, including Fox News, it looks like the people have been able to raise enough fund through crowdfunding to pay a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request fee for documents related to the CIA’s controversial MKUltra program.  The only issue is will the government actually turn them over or will the people, once again, have to crowd-fund in order to bring a FOIA lawsuit to make the government obey the law. Anti-media reports: John Greenewald of Black Vault, a website that publishes government documents, appealed to the internet for...

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Vocal Point: From Lebanon to Louisiana

❖ Many American families have embraced homeschooling in the last few decades. There are approximately 2.8 million families involved in homeschooling. In 2000, Eric and Joyce Burges from the Baton Rouge area founded an organization to help more African-Americans get involved in home schooling. This resource network is called the National Black Home Educators. Joyce Burges joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss homeschooling and what it can offer to all Americans. www.nbhe.net ❖ About a hundred years ago, a tribe of headhunters in India were reached for Christ because of a single copy of the Gospel of John in their...

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Foolish libs throw cash at disgraced ex-FBI agent Strzok; Gowdy says stop whining, he did this to himself

Former FBI agent Peter Strzok has launched a legal fund and is raking in thousands in donations after getting himself fired. The former deputy chief of counterintelligence who was fired Friday took to his new Twitter account to express his shock over the “extraordinary outpouring of support” he has received. (Image: Flickr) Following the decision to terminate his employment after the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility investigated him over anti-Trump text messages, a group of supporters set up the “Friends Of Special Agent Peter Strzok” fundraiser. The GoFundMe page raised an astounding $306,000 in just one day and is still going as...

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Ben Carson to Tackle Burdensome Zoning Regulations That “stymie” Development in Areas Most in Need

Carson noted the rule is “ironic” since it “is actually suffocating investment in some of our most distressed neighborhoods that need our investment the most.” Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Ben Carson announced on Monday that he wants to revise housing regulations from President Barack Obama’s administration to address zoning regulations. Burdensome zoning laws have caused housing costs to skyrocket in many parts of the country. HUD published a final rule to the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) in July 2015 that provided “HUD program participants with a revised planning approach to assist them in meeting their...

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Loose Ends (41)

Got a whole bunch of short items to get off my spindle this morning. • So Elon Musk says the Saudis are interested in financing Tesla to go private. Why would the Saudis want to become the major financial player in an electric car company? I simply can’t imagine. I guess Musk is too young to remember an old Johnny Carson Tonight Show line about an idea being as bad as “an electric car dealership in Saudi Arabia.” And if Musk thinks shareholders are a pain in the rear, just wait until he has to deal with Saudi bondholders. I hear they can really take your head off if you cross them. Or maybe the Saudis just like that deep Musky smell in new Teslas—it’s even better than Corinthian leather. • John has noted here already that over 100 newspapers will published coordinated editorials on Thursday proudly proclaiming that they are not the enemy. Of course, the most basic rule of PR is that if you are having to rebut a charge defensively (“Do you still beat your wife?”), you’re losing. Also, I recall the fuss in the media in 1983 when the Reagan Pentagon didn’t allow the media to go ashore in Grenada during our invasion there. Why? “Because,” a source said on background, “you don’t take the enemy with you on your military campaigns.” Heh. But there’s...

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Good lord: Peter Strzok’s online fundraiser hits a quarter of a million dollars — in less than 24 hours

He’s raking it in at a clip of $11,000+ per hour over the last 22 or so hours as I write this, but that number’s misleading since a bunch of those hours came overnight when far fewer people are online. The daylight fundraising clip must be more on the order of $15,000 per hour, which would be 250 bucks a minute for shredding the public’s faith in the FBI by threatening to “stop” a presidential candidate he was investigating in order to impress his mistress. Out of curiosity, I set a timer for five minutes this morning at 10:31...

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Trump calls Omarosa a ‘dog’ as war over salacious memoir explodes

President Trump blasted Omarosa Manigault-Newman as a “crazed, crying lowlife” on Tuesday morning and went so far as to call her a “dog,” rapidly escalating the already heated battle between the president and the reality TV star who made her name on his show.  “When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!” Trump tweeted. The president’s harsh words for “Wacky” Manigault-Newman, as he referred to her on Monday, come as the former...

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Media & FBI Complicit In Coverup Of Feinstein’s Chinese Spy Driver Who Was Also Her Office Director?

Last week, I reported on the fact that Senator Dianne Feinstein’s drive of 20 years was alleged to have been a Chinese spy, and that the media and federal investigators simply let him go, claiming that he had not provided anything of substance to the Chinese.  Now a report is out claiming that both the media and the FBI were complicit in the coverup of the Chinese spy known as Russell Lowe. William Jasper at The New America writes: …the news that Senator Feinstein had an agent of China’s communist regime burrowed into her staff for more than 20 years...

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‘Nazis’ and ‘White Nationalists’ Are NOT the Danger, America; Liberals Are

If you are running around all worried that “white nationalists,” Nazis, or members of the Ku Klux Klan are a growing problem in America today, you have been fooled by the left-wing, un-American media. Stop being led by the nose by these liars. Sure, there was a time when the Ku Klux Klan, for instance, was a very real, very scary danger to the American people. But that hasn’t been true for decades. And the last time “Nazis” had any pull in America was during the 1930s. Further more, so-called “white nationalists” and alt-righters never, ever had any measure of...

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ABC reduces value of WH staff to the color of skin, but Trump’s policies ‘don’t have a race’

Seizing on newfound claims from Omarosa Manigault-Newman, who’s peddling her new book, that President Donald Trump is a racist, ABC News anchor Jonathan Karl set up Kellyanne Conway, asking the president’s counselor to name one prominent black adviser who serves the West Wing of the West Wing. Never mind that after she was fired late last year, Omarosa said in an interview that Trump “is not a racist.” “Omarosa was the most prominent, high level African-American serving in the West Wing on President Trump’s staff,” Karl began. “Who now is that person? Who is the most prominent high level adviser to the president on the West Wing staff right now?” That Karl was specific about denoting the West Wing exposed the very real likelihood that he knew the answer and was cornering Conway to have to say it on national TV. Conway replied to Karl by pointing to Dr. Ben Carson, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, but the ABC News reporter drew her back to White House staff. “We have Ja’ron [Smith],” Conway then said, noting that “he’s been very involved with Jared Kushner and President Trump on prison reform.” “Does he have an office in the West Wing?” Karl asked. “He has an office in the EOP, absolutely, the executive office of the president, yes,” Conway said. “But not in the West Wing,” Karl noted. “What does that say to have not...

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Sad Little Protest Held Outside of Houston Restaurant Where Jeff Sessions Ate Last Week

GAWD. To use millennial speak — I seriously can’t even with this. Domenic Laurenzo, Executive Chef of beloved Houston Tex-Mex establishment, El Tiempo, took a photo with Attorney General Jeff Sessions Friday. Sessions was in town to discuss immigration things with city officials. El Tiempo shared the picture of Laurenzo and Sessions on their social media channels. But because this is a garbage time to be alive, the restaurant was harassed mercilessly and eventually shut down all of their social media accounts. They were accused of endorsing child separation. Laurenzo said: “The posting of a photograph of the Attorney...

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Stephen Miller’s insufferable uncle

Politico has published a opinion piece by David Glosser called “Stephen Miller Is an Immigration Hypocrite. I Know Because I’m His Uncle.” Glosser’s piece is a shrill, hyper-personal rant of the “Give me your tired, your poor” genre. But for Glosser’s status as Stephen Miller’s uncle, I don’t think Politico would even have considered running it. Glosser’s great-grandfather came to America from what was then Russia and now is Belarus (my father’s father also came here from there). Glosser’s thesis is that if Trump administration immigration policies, which Miller helped craft, had been in effect in the early 20th century, Miller’s forebears (and Glosser’s) would not have been able to immigrate to the U.S. Instead, they would have been wiped out by German Nazis. Therefore, Miller is a hypocrite for pushing these policies. Glosser makes no real effort to support his claim that Trump’s policy would have stranded his great-grandfather in Belarus. Trump has not ended the taking in of refugees. Rather, he has cut the number of refugees admitted per year in about half — down to 45,000 per year — with further cuts a possibility. Would Jews facing pogroms in Eastern Europe in the early 20th century, and Jews threatened by Nazism 30 years later, have been among those excluded under a Trump-like refugee policy implemented back then? There’s no way to say for sure, but I...

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Arsonists dressed in black torch dozens of cars in Sweden

There’s not a lot of solid information yet, at least not in English, but there are several video clips showing groups of people dressed in all black setting fire to dozens of parked cars in Gothenburg, Sweden. In this clip you can see the people sneaking around the parking lot setting fires: Sinnesjukt vilka pack #frölunda #hjällbo #göteborg pic.twitter.com/cseqaRYR6H — Johan Jansson (@JJohanJJansson) August 13, 2018 And in this subsequent clip, you see the cars burning a short time later. You can see it’s the same neighborhood just a little later in the evening: pic.twitter.com/M88JFvxXqv — Johan Jansson (@JJohanJJansson) August...

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Prosecution rests case in Paul Manafort fraud trial

Prosecutors on Monday rested their case against Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman accused of bank and tax fraud in a case brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team. After a day of testimony from a bank executive, prosecutors announced in court: “The government rests.” Manafort, 69, is facing tax evasion and bank fraud charges after being accused of hiding a “significant percentage” of income earned from his Ukrainian work from the IRS. He’s also been accused of fraudulently obtaining millions more in bank loans, including while he was working on the Trump campaign. He has pleaded not...

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Trump vs. His Own Administration?

Are President Trump’s senior cabinet members working against him? It’s hard not to conclude that many of the more hawkish neocons that Trump has (mistakenly, in my view) appointed to top jobs are actively working to undermine the president’s stated agenda. Especially when it seems Trump is trying to seek dialogue with countries the neocons see as adversaries needing to be regime-changed. Remember, just as President Trump was organizing a historic summit meeting with Kim Jong-Un, his National Security Advisor, John Bolton, nearly blew the whole thing up by making repeated references to the “Libya model” and how it...

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ANTIFA ON TV: ‘We Should Kill The President Like They Killed Gaddafi’

It should be fairly obvious that putting a camera in a person’s face will change their behavior to some extent, but more often than not that behavioral change is a distillation and not a diversion. What I’m trying to say is that when you have only a few seconds of precious exposure to get your point across, you’re not going to start “from the beginning” and push out an entire thesis for why you’re being filmed in the first place.  You’re going to get right to the point. This is a trick of the mainstream media in which the long-form interaction...

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State lawmakers approve ‘In God We Trust’ displays in public schools, critics are furious

Public schools in Alabama may soon be displaying “In God We Trust” despite critics denouncing the move as a “push for theocracy.” Students returning to state-wide public schools could soon be seeing the national motto thanks to state lawmakers who approved legislation allowing the displays on public property back in February, AL.com reported. (Image:: Danna Standridge, Governor Kay Ivey, Joe Godfrey and Rep David Standridge / Twitter) Of course, legal challenges are expected as public school officials attempt to put God back into their schools, with the Blount County school board potentially becoming the first system to act on “In...

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Phrase of the Week: Perjury Trap

Perjury trap or not, Trump should not sit down with Mueller. But if there were any doubt, the real likelihood of a perjury trap set specifically for Donald Trump is added reason. Should Donald Trump sit down to a face-to-face interview with Robert Mueller and his team? The answer for me has been clear for a long time: Just Say No. On January 24, 2018, I wrote, Trump should not voluntarily submit to an interview with Mueller: Trump’s impromptu comments [that he looked forward to an interview] demonstrate, beyond a reasonable doubt, why Trump SHOULD NOT sit down with Mueller...

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Chai Feldblum in her own words

Earlier this month, Chai Feldblum, whose renomination as EEOC commissioner is stalled due to her positions on what should happen when considerations of gay dignity collide with considerations of religious liberty, tweeted: “After months of having my views misrepresented, I am finally speaking for myself.” She speaks for herself in this article called “What I Really Believe About Religious Liberty and LGBT Rights.” In her article, Feldblum tries to position herself as a moderate on the issue of gay dignity vs. religious liberty. Moderates, she says, are those who look to accommodate both sets of rights, rather than adopting a “winner-take-all” attitude. She cites Justice Kennedy and his opinion in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado ( a punt, basically) as the model of moderation in this area. Feldblum sees the winner-take-all mentality — the insistence that one side must always win and the other must always lose — as extremist. Moderates like Justice Kennedy reject it. And Feldblum assures us that she’s a moderate, not an extremist. But this what Feldblum said about the issue to Maggie Gallagher in 2006: There can be a conflict between religious liberty and sexual liberty, but in almost all cases the sexual liberty should win because that’s the only way that the dignity of gay people can be affirmed in any realistic manner. . . . I’m having a hard time coming up with...

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Twitter should not have suspended Gavin McInnes

The mob has struck again – this time removing Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes from Twitter. The move was done a couple days before Unite the Right 2 happened in Washington, DC. Via Buzzfeed. The company suspended the group’s main account @ProudBoysUSA, as well as that of its founder Gavin McInnes, for violating its policy on “violent extremist groups.” The company also took down several regional accounts associated with the organization. “We can confirm that these accounts have been suspended from Twitter and Periscope for violating our policy prohibiting violent extremist groups,” a company spokesperson said in a statement to...

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