The Saudis are in the midst of political turmoil. An anti-corruption purge took place this past weekend, resulting in many arrests: [emphasis added to quotes]
Posted in Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Foreign Policy, Islamic Terrorism, Islamization, Open Threads, Radical Groups, Terrorism, Vetting Obama
Tagged Barack Obama, CAIR, Huma Abedin Weiner, ISIS, Jared Kushner, John Esposito, Khalid Al-Mansour, Las Vegas terror attack, Muslim Brotherhood, open thread, Percy Sutton, President Trump, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, Saudi Arabia, Stephen Paddock
A story in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) claims that Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors may charge actual Russians for the “hack” of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) that occurred in early 2016. [emphasis added to quotes]
The Justice Department has identified more than six members of the Russian government involved in hacking the Democratic National Committee’s computers and swiping sensitive information that became public during the 2016 presidential election, according to people familiar with the investigation.
Posted in Donald J. Trump, fake news, Foreign Policy, Hillary Clinton, Investigations, Open Threads, Scandals, Trumps
Tagged Clinton/Russian collusion, CrowdStrike, Dana Rohrabacher, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, DNC, DNC hack, DOJ, FBI, Imran Awan, James Comey, Jeff Sessions, Russian hack, Uranium One
President Donald J. Trump addressed the UN yesterday. Video of his speech can be found at this link. The text of his remarks can be found at this link.
Posted in Donald J. Trump, Foreign Policy, Immigration, Islamization, Military, National Policy, Open Threads, Radical Groups, Terrorism
Tagged Benjamin Netanyahu, Iran, Jihad, North Korea, nuclear rogue states, open thread, President Donald J. Trump, Terrorism, UN
What is appropriate behavior for a president? That topic is much in the news lately. Consider these excerpts from a most-excellent article by Victor Davis Hanson, on the topic of President Trump’s tweets: [emphasis added to quotes]
Start with the given that there are now regrettably few accepted norms of presidential behavior. Trump’s occasional uncouthness is a symptom, not a catalyst, of the times. Bill Clinton redefined presidential behavior when he had sexual relations with a 22-year-old, unpaid intern (so much for power imbalances as sexual harassment) in the presidential bathroom off the Oval Office, lied about his recklessness to his family and the country, smeared Monica Lewinsky, and then wheeled out to the Rose Garden feminist cabinet officers like Madeline Albright and Donna Shalala to deny and defend his unsavory predatory behavior. After that sordid episode, the apologetic Left lost all credibility as an arbiter of presidential norms. …
Posted in Donald J. Trump, Foreign Policy, Globalism, National Policy, Obama Shadow Government, Open Threads
Tagged Barack Hussein Obama, G-20, G-7, Logan Act, Michael Flynn, Moon Jae-in, open thread, President Trump, Trump's tweets, Victor Davis Hanson
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrived in Saudi Arabia today.
Melania struck a blow for female equality by not wearing a veil, by wearing pants, and by shaking hands with the Saudi king! Isn’t she lovely?
Yesterday, U.S. President Donald J. Trump ordered a Tomahawk missile attack on an airbase in Syria, in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack against Syrian civilians, allegedly perpetrated by forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Posted in Donald J. Trump, Foreign Policy, Hillary Clinton, Ideology, Islamic Terrorism, Military, Open Threads, Radical Groups, Terrorism, War
Tagged Barack Hussein Obama, Bashar al-Assad, chemical weapons, false flag, Hillary Clinton, ISIL, ISIS, John Kerry, John McCain, Lindsey Graham, National Security, open thread, President Trump, Syria, Tomahawk missiles, Trump Train
Liberal legal authorities are on a roll lately, and there seems to be a theme to their madness: Motivation. Intent. Bias.
A recent Supreme Court ruling, supported by all the progressive judges plus (as usual) Judge Anthony Kennedy, overturned a very long-standing principle of jurisprudence–a centuries old principle–thus opening a can of worms so large that even Kong would be hard pressed to defeat its denizens.
Posted in Constitutional Rights, Corruption, Donald J. Trump, Foreign Policy, Government Policies, Ideology, Immigration, Islamic Terrorism, Lawsuits, Media bias, National Policy, Open Threads, Racism, Radical Groups, religion, Terrorism
Tagged Anthony Kennedy, jury secrecy, open thread, Samuel Alito, SCOTUS decisions, travel ban