Category Archives: Ideology

Fake Biography? Hmm.

This story caught my eye the other day:

George Santos, whose election to Congress on Long Island in New York last month helped Republicans clinch a narrow majority in the House of Representatives, built his candidacy on the notion that he was the “full embodiment of the American dream” and was running to safeguard it for others.

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You’re a Regular Riot, Pocahontas!

This is the sort of thing that absolutely cannot be made up. Here’s Elizabeth Warren, aka Pocahontas, weighing in on Elon Musk’s plan to return free speech to Twitter:

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Documentgate

Documentgate. Yet another anti-Trump witch hunt, hoax, double standard. Joe Biden’s Deep State is pulling out all the stops, not even bothering to put on a facade of justice or simple fairness or common courtesy. It’s “let’s get Trump by any means necessary.” In other words, Lawfare.

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Red Menace

(All that’s missing is the mustache.)

Many are speculating about the meaning of the alarming backdrop to Joe Biden’s recent wholly partisan and political speech: the blood red lighting, the Marines standing guard.

What to make of it?

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Transgender Accused Assassin?

The person arrested for plotting to assassinate Justice Brett Kavanaugh was revealed, based upon court records, to have planned to kill at least three Supreme Court justices in order to “change the votes for decades to come …”

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Father of the Pregnancy?

By now, the entire world knows about the 10-year-old Ohio girl alleged to have been raped and who then traveled to Indiana for an abortion. Because the story was sourced to a single person–an OB-GYN who is active in pro-abortion politics–many citizens, some politicians, and even some in the mainstream media were skeptical.

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Not Unique but Quite Curious


Robert E. Crimo III, 21 years old, has been arrested as a “person of interest” in the mass shooting yesterday in Highland Park, IL.

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Why Red Flag Laws Won’t Work

After the elementary school shooting in Uvalde, TX, an allegedly “bipartisan” group of legislators are trying to come up with new gun laws to, in their minds, stop such incidents. Among their ideas: “red flag laws” at the state and federal levels.

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1776!!!

At the risk of being accused of fomenting violence, We the People nevertheless proudly proclaim, “1776!”

Who knew before this week that referring to 1776–the year We the People declared our independence, citing our God-given rights–is nothing more than a “codeword” [sic] that calls for violence?

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This Year of All Years …

We need to honor National Bill of Rights Day, which is today, December 15.

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