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Does Ana Marie Cox blame women assaulted by rapists for their own violent attacks? 

I ask because this is exactly the stance she takes regarding Donald Trump and the deviant invective one Rick Wilson (among many others on the GOP/Right) uses against Trump and his supporters. Wilson is the GOP Rubio strategist and commentator whose violent and depraved public ravings deserve a chapter of their own in The Right's Anti-Trump Lexicon, or, perhap better, in a psych textbook.

Cox opens her back of the book interview with Wilson in the NYT Sunday Magazine, "Rick Wilson Would Take Clinton Over Trump," thus:

You've gained lots of fans on the left thanks to your vicious descriptions of Trump and his supporters. 

(Lovely.)

Once, on MSNBC, you called his base "childless single men...

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What's more important? Both

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Part 13 of The Post-Constitutional Election is here.

The overload factor may be high, but the answer to my title-question is all of the above and more.

1) "More" includes Jeb Bush's endorsement of Ted Cruz this week, making official the merger between Bush, Inc. and the Cruz campaign, which began when the core of the Jeb Bush campaign finance committee, including the tainted Neil Bush (also globalist Boyden Gray) moved...

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As Brussels convulsed in bloody jihad on the morning of March 22, 2016, Ivar Mol sent out this tweet (above). 

Translation from the Dutch: "How can you continue teaching when Muslims in your class are cheering?"

I don't know who Ivar Mol is. His twitter account identifies him as a meditation and yoga teacher.   

His tweet certainly caught my attention, along with that of many others, including some casting doubt on what is, after all, a rhetorical question.    

The implications of Ivar Mol's question shouldn't be shocking, however; not at this late date. From the attacks of 9/11 to Gaza every day, we should be well used to bloodthirsty demonstrations of approval for jihad carnage, as inculcated in followers of Islam by every single authoritative Islamic (not "radical" Islamic) text. That is not to say that many among us will not be shocked -- if they ever even hear of such things.

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They both want to stop Trump through their own brands of activism that lie outside the normal political process -- "by any means necessary," at least as differently defined inside their own spheres of influence.

Take GOPe. No one better personifies a Republican/conservative "establishment" voice than the Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol. He is now actively organizing what he calls a two-track process to block Trump's road to the nomination. Likely failing at Track 1 -- the primary process where Trump is winning -- Kristol has announced a switch to Track 2-- creating a third party to try to deny Trump the nomination or later...

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Separated at (political) birth?

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Part 13 of "The Post Constiutional Election" series is here.

The common ground of Left and Right against Trump seems to be expanding before our eyes, but, in fact, it has long been a shared political realm. We might have missed this because the core issues Left and Right stand together on have been successfully removed from public view, political discourse, and thus the people's judgement -- at least, that is, until Donald Trump.

For example, the Obama administration has already "re-settled" more than one million refugees in...

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From the Sandinista mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, a Bolshevik thought for the day:

 

 

It's all connected.

 

 

The Angry Man by Daumier

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Part 12 of The Post-Constitutional Election series is here.

Marten Gantelius first caught my attention with the following comment posted at Gates of Vienna during the early days of the American Betrayal wars.



Such an assessment sounds shocking; but, I will add, it is one I have heard in hardly dissimilar terms and separately from experienced intelligence professionals, who, having studied the "disinformation campaign" against American Betrayal, have explained it to me as an effort to destroy my work and "kill" me -- my reputation as a reputable author -- for the future.

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I always enjoy speaking with John Gilmore of "Gilmore & Guests." In what has become an occasional series pegged to campaign inflection points, here is our new conversation following Super Tuesday 3, surveying Trump soaring and the Right shattering.

Listen or download here.

  













What started as the Big Conservative Donald Trump Dictionary is now The Right's Trump Lexicon.

It is still a work in progress, but I find that it no longer fits inside even the broadest satirical framework, if it ever did; hence, the name change. There is nothing, but nothing, to poke "fun" at here. There is much, however, to poke a stick at.   

More to come.

A is for Abortion



-- Jim Geraghty, regular contributor to National Review, March 3, 2016

A is for Abyss

1. "Republicans are not merely making a choice; they are looking...

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C. Boyden Gray

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Part 11 is here.

Part 10 of the "Post-Constitutional Election" series opens this way:

Just when we thought our fellow Americans, voting in droves in the early primaries not for Jeb Bush, had prevailed through the ballot box against the rigged wheels and multi-millions of the permanent insiders of Bush, Inc., we find that Jeb Bush's finance committee has attached itself, leech-like, to "outsider" Ted Cruz.

And vice-versa.

On March 3, eight former members of the Jeb! team joined the Cruz campaign:

Paul Dickerson of Houston, TX 

C. Boyden Gray of Washington, DC  

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Bill Ayers protesting Donald Trump in Chicago with the rest of the Marx-hard Left (photo via Gateway Pundit from Rebel Pundit) 

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Part 10 is here.

Donald Trump's presidential candidacy threatens the Left's strangehold in this country more than any other movement in American politics in my memory, if not modern history.

That's the simple reason thousands of Leftists mobilized in Chicago last week to shut down the democratic process -- to seize the space inside and around a Trump political rally and transform it into a morass of menace, sirens, chaos, and mobs.  

Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Rachel Maddow, Jake Tapper, Megyn Kelly et al to the woeful contrary: Nothing, but nothing, Donald Trump has said from his podium about protestors disrupting his rallies (punch him in the face, get him out of here, beat the crap out of anyone that throws tomatoes at me, I'll defend you in court -- the works) drives the anti-USA agendas of these Leftist groups; nor did it inspire them to organize the mobs that "successfully" interupted the democratic process last week in Chicago.

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Neil Bush, wearing a Cultural Revolution red star on his cap, a 'Serve the People' shoulder bag, and holding a tin Mao mug, uploaded this pic in 2012 with the caption: 'I'm thinking of joining the CCP (Chinese Communist Party). What do you think of my accessories?'



Pt. 9 is here.

Just when we thought our fellow Americans, voting in droves in the early primaries not for Jeb Bush, had prevailed through the ballot box against the rigged wheels and multi-millions of the permanent insiders of Bush, Inc., we find that Jeb Bush's finance committee has attached itself, leech-like, to "outsider" Ted Cruz.

And vice-versa.

On March 3, eight former members of the Jeb! team joined the Cruz campaign:

...

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This chart based on US Census figures and produced by the US Senate in January 2016, estimates that the immigrant population residing in the USA to be a staggering 42.4 million.

It already looks way out-of-date.

A new report from CIS indicates that an even more staggering 61 million immigrants (plus their children) live in the United States today. This means that nearly one in five people in the USA are immigrants, three quarters of whom are legal. While our leaders sworn to uphold the Constitution and defend the United States all look the other way, population-replacement is getting...

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"Lars Hedegaard vs Basil Mouse" by Danish artist Uwe Max Jensen

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Pt. 8 is here.

One of the critically important issues ignored by the Fox panel in last night's debate was Donald Trump's proposed temporary ban on Muslim immigration into the United States. 

Naturally, then, inquiring Fox minds also ignored the globe-shifting migration of hundreds of thousands of mainly Muslim men into Europe in the last year alone. Thus, there were no questions about how the candidates might seek to protect the USA from the effects of mass Islamic immigration, such as the largely Islamic epidemic of violence...

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What started as the Big Conservative Donald Trump Dictionary is now The Right's Trump Lexicon.

It is still a work in progress, but I find that it no longer fits inside even the broadest satirical framework, if it ever did; hence, the name change. There is nothing, but nothing, to poke "fun" at here. There is much, however, to poke a stick at.   

More to come.

A is for Abortion



-- Jim Geraghty, regular contributor to National Review  

A is for "Anal"



-- Rick Wilson, GOP consultant with "informal ties" to...

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