Tag Archives: open thread

Insurance Policy 2.0?

A curious story caught my eye this morning, hot on the heels of the release of the FISA abuse report. From this new and quite interesting story:

House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) on Friday subpoenaed Acting DNI Chief Joseph Maguire and accused him of illegally withholding a whistleblower complaint from Congress that could potentially be covering up the president’s misconduct.
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Labor Day Open Thread 2019

(Wouldn’t it be nice to be there?)

Wherever you are, have a wonderful holiday.

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Damned Lies and Statistics

 

The far left and their minions in academia and the media love to play with and distort statistics. Given the recent spate of “mass shootings” across the nation, it behooves us to examine what critieria were used for the lastest claim–that there have been more than 250 “mass shootings” so far this year. An astounding figure! Continue reading

Loyalty and Allegiance

Featured today on the front page of a notoriously progressive but so-called unbiased website is this story, suggesting that Rep. Ilhan Omar is somehow more American than our beautiful and gracious First Lady, Melania Trump, because Omar (not her real name, some say) was naturalized (perhaps illegally) six years before the FLOTUS.

Besides the complicated hierarchy of victimhood brought to us by the left’s concept of intersectionality, progressives have now created a hierarchy of citizenship legitimacy, based upon years as a U.S. citizen–or maybe this is just an example of their anti-white or anti-Slovenian racism.

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It Figures …

… another “mass shooting” and the mainstream media cannot wait to blame “the far right.”

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Fifty Years Ago, an American Walked on the Moon

Imagine!

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Independence Day Celebration, 2019

Regarding Independence Day, Founding Father John Adams wrote to his wife, Abigail, on July 4, 1776:

It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations, from one end of the country to the other, from this time forward forever more.

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