Category Archives: Elections

Election Day 2018

For the love of our Country, get out there today and

VOTE!!!!!

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The Silencing of James Woods

This past week, Twitter silenced James Woods–an outspoken, smart and often very funny conservative voice on social media. His crime? Retweeting and then commenting upon a satirical meme that very, very plausibly mocked the progressive left.

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The First Birther and Other Prevaricating Democrats

Just this past week, former president Barack Obama made reference, yet again, to the “wild conspiracy theory” that he doesn’t have a valid birth certificate. In fact, Obama lumped the issue of his birth certificate (credibly alleged to be forged) together with what he calls another “wild conspiracy theory” — the one “surrounding Benghazi,” as if facts about what really happened in Benghazi are not true.

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Social Media Monsters

Representatives from social media companies are set to appear before Congress this week to be questioned about supposed Russian interference in our elections and, more importantly, about their censorship of conservative speech here in the U.S. (and probably elsewhere, too).

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Progressive Totalitarianism

Inside every progressive is a totalitarian screaming to get out.

David Horowitz @horowitz39

Recently, David Horowitz got up-close-and-personal evidence of just how true his statement was. The progressive ideological pogrom against conservative speech continues apace.

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Inspecting the Inspector General

The Senate and the House of Representatives this week are poring over the OIG report on the Clinton email “investigation.” Committee hearings featuring Inspector General Horowitz and/or FBI Director Wray took place yesterday and today.

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Fake News, Russian Style

This is the epitome of fake news, showing the gullibility of the media in reporting such fake news (false flags) as real; our media’s susceptibility to accepting at face value narratives that fit their own views or biases (or fears); and the impossibility of trying to determine who’s a “white hat” and who’s a “black hat,” especially when it comes to Russia.

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