Friday, December 09, 2016
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U.S. Marine Gen. James Mattis, Centcom Commander, Afghanistan, 2011

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Having been over COIN with a fine tooth comb for years, my entries on Kilcullen, Mullen, Petraeus, McChrystal, Allen and their ilk, up and down the chain of command (including their bunkum-swami, Greg "Three Cups" Mortenson), are quite voluminous. I find no Mattis, however. This is a little curious, given his shared role with Petraeus in "catalyzing" the bankrupt COIN doctrine and manual, not to mention his allure for COIN-happy Bill Kristol, who tried and failed to energize an anti-Trump presidential groundswell for Mattis last spring.

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Speaking of Petraeus and Mattis -- "the two general officers who catalyzed the new [COIN] doctrine" --  behold Marine Lt . Col. Matt Baker (commanding officer of 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment), practicing a highly catalyzed form of COIN in Nawa, Afghanistan, in late 2009: 

"When in doubt, I want you to be nice," Baker told his Marines.

And not just nice. Baker, according to the Pentagon news site, DVIDS,...

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It is hard to decide whether Ronald Radosh is more incompetent than liar; or more liar than incompetent. What marries the two, however, is a malicious intent to deceive so maybe it hardly matters.







Take the latest Radosh mess, or, to use the term a la mode, his latest installment of "fake news" aimed at Trump senior strategist Stephen K. Bannon. I refer to Radosh's increasingly non-credible story that Bannon came up to him at a "book party" at the Breitbart Embassy, which doubles as Steve Bannon's home, and, unsolicited, revealed himself to Radosh to be a "Leninist."













Radosh has now pegged this alleged incident to three different dates -- surely evidence of incompetence ... but then there are all the lies.





All...

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Mr. President, Members of the Court,

 

When I decided to address you here today, by making a final statement in this trial against freedom of speech, many people reacted by telling me it is useless. That you, the court, have already written the sentencing verdict a while ago. That everything indicates that you have already convicted me. And perhaps that is true. Nevertheless, here I am. Because I never give up. And I have a message for you and The Netherlands.

 

For centuries, the Netherlands are a symbol of freedom.

Who one says Netherlands, one says freedom. And that is also true, perhaps especially, for those who have a different opinion than the establishment, the opposition.

And our most important freedom is freedom of speech.

We, Dutch, say whatever is close to our hearts.

And that is precisely what makes our country great.

Freedom of speech is our pride.

And that, precisely that, is at stake here, today.

 

I refuse...

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American POWs in the Korean War

In a well-researched story with links to key documents, Morgan Chalfont of the Washington Free Beacon reports that the Pentagon officials hired and paid by US taxpayers to find US servicemen still missing and unaccounted for from the wars of the 20th century, including World War II, told their Russian counterparts in May of this year that there was "no evidence" that US troops missing in the Korean War had been taken to the Soviet Union. 

"No evidence"? The claim is so fantastic,...

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I am wondering how to write about The War on Steve Bannon without using the smear terms "white nationalist," "racist," "anti-semite," that are continuously blasting out in heavy streams of toxic waste at Bannon's reputation, career and, please do not forget, soul, as the media-political complex reassembles to overwhelm and neutralize this great and talented patriot as he prepares to take the strategic helm of the Trump White House.

The good news is that support is all around him, as colleagues and strangers, former employees and business partners, political allies and even a council leader in Samaria publish articles, statements and testimonials, denying these heinously baseless charges, exposing them for the tactical dark ops of the Establishment that they are.

The key thing to understand about this War on Steve Bannon is that it is a war on all of us. If he goes down, we go down. If he goes down, Trump's presidency goes down. That's because in this war to demonize Bannon's beliefs and opinions, ours are being demonized, too. Love of country, with borders? "White nationalism." America First trade and foreign policy? "Racism." Run a stupid headline by David Horowitz? "Anti-semitism." If they win, we lose. For keeps.

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Here it is, folks, the nitty gritty on the revolution inside the education system that graduates the hysterics we see on the campuses and in the streets who seem mentally unable to grasp the fact that an election took place, and their candidate lost.  

You know what? They are unable to grasp this fact or any other. That's because, as the deeply knowledgeable Robin Eubanks explains to Jeff Nyquist and Allen Dos Santos on "Update Brazil," they have been so taught and by design. Children learn ideas and attitudes at school, not facts, and we are seeing the results in action: Soros fodder.

Please watch.





It's mourning in leftist-crazy Fashionworld -- Hillary Clinton lost -- and black crepe is the new black. The New York Times may well have included a question mark in the headline -- "Is Fashion's Love Affair with Washington Over?" -- but there is zero doubt. So nutsy-cuckoo are these creative critters that they are convinced that the election of Donald Trump, which brings to the White House a handsome family of gorgeous fashion models and fashion brands, is the end of Everything Fashion.

The thought of not having to come up with four years' worth of jewel-tone pant suits, Mao jackets and oven mitts actually has them blubbering into their schmatas. Why? Because the Left lost power.

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About that popular vote victory the Left is claiming over Donald Trump.

The latest tallies show that after millions of Americans citizens, fraudsters and non-citizens voted for president, Donald Trump won 59,704,886 votes and Hillary Clinton won 59,938,290.

That's 233,304 more votes in Hillary's column. But is this margin of popular victory the will of legally registered American voters? 

In 2014, three political scientists from Old Dominion University and George Mason University looked back at earlier elections to study whether any of an estimated 19.4 million adult non-citizens in the US voted in the 2008 election. After much surveying, sampling and extrapolating, their best guess -- the "adjusted estimate" -- was to suggest that a whopping 1.2 million...

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Voting was light on Election Day morning in the District of Columbia, which means nothing twice because 1) there is now early voting here, and 2) it's the District of Columbia.

Nonetheless, I have done my joyous duty by voting for Trump-Pence (and rejecting Statehood -- all we need in lillold D.C. is several new, completely unnecessary revenue drains and layers of bureacracy/corruption). 

Now, we wait, pray -- and stay vigilant!

The Trump team has sent out a voter hotline number to call if anyone encounters problems when voting or witnesses any disruptions: 844-332-2016

Make America Great Again!









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When Trump voters are dismissed as uneducated, the implication obvious. If only these poor, dumb-dumbs had had the benefit of the best education money and position in America can finagle and buy, they would now make the educated choice: Hillary Clinton.

The brainwashed choice is literally more like it -- but that's another story.

Take CNBC's John Harwood, whose credentials as a CNBC's chief Washington correpondent are sterling. His father was a Washington Post reporter. He appeared as an 11-year-old in an ad for Robert Kennedy's presidential campaign, which his father was also covering -- "nothing to do with my participation," Harwood...

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Throughout this meteoric election year, it has been a singular pleasure to stop and take stock along the way in several in-depth conversations with podcast host John Gilmore.

Here is our culminating exchange before the momentous Election Day that is nearly upon us.

    

 

The World Series is over (I was rooting for the "politically incorrect" team); the Election of All Elections is still a few days off (I am definitely rooting for the "politically incorrect" candidate!); so there really is no better time than now to take a listen to my brand new ICON lecture, "Where Did `Politically Incorrect' Come From, and What Is It Doing?"

It's the one the Left tried to shut down.

 







We can all breathe a sigh of relief: Bill Kristol has launched his "gut" hunch on the Election outcome and it's Hillary. That's a pretty good augur for Trump's ultimate success.

The polls for Trump are promising, too. And three cheers for Wikileaks and also Judicial Watch for doing the job American journalists won't do. Still, there remain several eternities between us and Election Day, so for any fence-sitters out there, here are a few must-reads.

The first is an interview at Pajamas Media with Kathy Shelton's lawyer and advocate, Candice Jackson, by John L. Work, a retired law enforcement officer, whose many years as a detective included investigating multiple sex crimes. This interview teases out new details about the case that may tels us more about Hillary as a person than any other, spotlighting her callousness and ruthlessness in this trampling of a 12 year old rape...

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A word from Dutch Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders on why he is not participating in his continuing persecution by the Dutch state in yet another "hate speech" trial over the vital political question of immigration policy and border control.

"Do you want more of less Moroccans?" Wilders asked in a stump speech -- and so the State puts him in the dock, as if this were not a question mere Dutch voters should ever hear, weigh and vote on, potentially braking the governing parties' mass import of Moroccans and other Muslims into once-Dutch society, where, it is a repetitious matter of record, Moroccans are grossly over-represented in jihad, welfare and crime statistics. 

Meanwhile, it is not as if these same governing politicians do not react, and cholerically so, to these same problems. See what three Labor Party politicians have variously stated: "We also have shit...

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I was given 250 words to reply to the Durham Herald Sun's report on a protest of my recent appearance in Chapel Hill. (Listen or download this excellent radio overview of the controversy, first with ICON director Janie Wagstaff, and then my discussion.)

The letter appeared on October 27, 2016.

To the editor --

A recent story includes unsubstantiated attacks on me.

I am not a “hate speaker” because I write about Islamic blasphemy law, which outlaws criticism of Islam and Mohammed, and for which the punishment is often death; or because I cover tyrannical speech codes that once-free societies are imposing as Western states submit...

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Behold, my own personal protesters (above) in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, snapped en route to the parking lot of a lecture hall where I was to give a speech on October 18. My topic? The origins and impact of the Marxist-Bolshevik-Fabian-Socialist-Democrat-Progessive-Alinskyite-micro-aggression-trigger-warning censorship movement against truth and tradition that is opaquely known as "politically correct." 



Ironic, no?

Actually, we're way past ironic, and deep into the danger zone where the ideological and the doctrinaire dominate discourse -- but also make people cower. As I explained nearly ten years ago in my first book, The Death of the Grown-Up, this same "politically correct" movement to silence speech and political discourse generally has made common cause with...

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Paul Nachman discusses this remarkable video compilation, showcasing Donald J. Trump through the decades, "declaring his love of country and acknowledging a reluctant willingness—if he sees the need—to step up and serve it."

The consistency, the clarity is striking, also inspiring.

Trump has been thinking about how to #MAGA adult life at least since he was in his early 30s.

November 8 is the day to help him begin.

 

The wisdom (and humor) of the American people is sustaining!     

 

A good point. Looking back on the vicious attacks on Sarah Palin and her family, I came across a series of 2010 tweets from one of those dime-a-dozen demons among us, this one in the post-modern guise of a "comedian" known as Louis C.K., real name Louis Szekely. 

The tweets, which I missed the first time around, are the vile ravings of a demented person. They are also, in postmodern parlance, "sexist," "offensive" and demeaning -- dehumanizing -- to anyone reading such stupidly obscene invective about an exceptional American woman who is a wife, mother, former governor or Alaska, and former GOP vice presidential candidate. 

No, of course, Louis C.K. is not running for president. His filthy remarks about Palin are...

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This is the first paragraph of an email from Bill Ivey to John Podesta, which was among a Wikileaks release this week, as first reported by Infowars' Paul Joseph Watson here.

Bill Ivey is a well-connected Democrat with a capital "D." According to his bio at his website, titled, Global Cultural Strategies, this folklore scholar and "experienced non profit executive" served as Bill Clinton's NEA director from 1998-2001, is a trustee for the Center for American Progress, and was a "Team Leader in the Barack Obama presidential transition." 

John Podesta, of course, is chairman of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

Ivey's email to...

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There is something almost magical about this three and a half minutes of video, capturing that pre-debate moment when Donald Trump began again to pull back his slingshot and aim, this time with more accuracy and sureness, at the Uniparty-Unimedia Behemoth; this time, with righteous women at his side.

Paula, Juanita and Kathleen: Thank you for standing up and speaking out about what the Clintons did to you for all these many years. Kathy, thank you for coming forward more recently to add your name to this crucially important quest to expose the Clintons' corruption and violation not only of your precious persons, but of the entire body politic.

You, and women like you, personally suffered the torment that the rapacious and meglomanical Clinton couple has inflicted; and that the political-media phalanx, from MSM-Left to Bush-Family-Right, which has served and protected the Clintons for all of these decades, made seemingly eternal. It is this phalanx that stood in the way of justice; that ignored...

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Did this lewdest, crudest and most putrid behavior (not talk), ever drive press and Democratic party elders to call on President Bill Clinton to resign? Never. 

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As the globalists leave what they hope and pray and have planned and calculated is a sinking USS Deplorables, opening hatches as they disembark, preening, in a cloud of noxious hypocrisy, it is not enough to say, Good riddance.

It is time to nail their hypocrisy to the wall, revealing the moral depravity underneath -- and, more immediately dangerous, the political movement that will finally and completely destroy this nation under another Clinton. 

This is a long (maybe lifelong) project. But time is short. I will focus today narrowly on the hypocrisy of the onslaught du jour -- how it is that the political-media complex is trying to eliminate Donald Trump before Election Day with calls for him to "step aside" over his 2005 hot mic conversation on a tv set with host Billy Bush. This was released to "the press" on the same day that a signal 2013 speech to a Brazilian bank by Hillary Clinton came to us little people, not from the dark arts masters of the Clinton campaign, of course, but through Wikileaks.

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On the tenth anniversary of Wikileaks, Julian Assange spoke with Spiegel, which, in case it is unclear from the interview questions below, is a publication of the journalistic persuasion. 

I find I have not written about Assange for some years. I wrote in his defense back when the Rightward world, from Rush to Jonah Goldberg to Sarah Palin to Bill Kristol and on and on, was calling for his head, literally, in murderous terms not inspired even by an Aldrich Ames. On review, I also find this nasty bit from...

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Last month, American Betrayal received its 235th 5-star review at Amazon, for which I am very grateful. The review also includes a somewhat startling admission.



Extremely kind words aside, is it not a jolt to see the reviewer's explanation as to why it had taken three years before he or she got around to reading a book pre-ordered in 2013? 

A commentator named Charlene picked up on this same point this week, writing in reply:



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While pondering whether we will ever realize how good we had it when riches and plenty were such that the Washington Post could freak out about "gender barriers" in bartending (...let that sink in a moment...) I note the extent to which the Food section is raw agit prop.

From midway down the lead story by M. Carrie Allan, "Get Everyone in the Mix: The craft cocktail has helped some women rise as bartenders, but old biases die hard":

... But it’s made me wonder: When a subculture identifies deeply with a historical heyday in which women and minorities had little place, does some of that baggage seep into modern iterations, disguised as simple aesthetics?

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North Carolina State Troopers having a word of fellowship and prayer before being deployed on the streets of Charlotte.

H/t @DebraBurlingame



On October 17, 1997, President Bill Clinton was in Buenos Aires, boosting Mercosur, yet another sovereignty-eroding "free" trading bloc, this one in South America.   

He spoke quite frankly about his intentions to reorganize the world by merging economies into a global system. 

Seriously. 

Clinton said:

What I'm trying to do is to promote a process of reorganization of the world so that human beings are organized in a way that takes advantage of the new opportunities of this era and permits them to beat back the problems. ... 

Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE ...

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The official White House portrait

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Will this dark story become a campaign issue -- a matter set before the people as a measure of Hillary Clinton's character, and, it should be said, soul? By her own recorded audio account, Hillary Clinton was not simply providing professional legal counsel to a pedophile/rapist as our justice system requires. She was getting him off by any means necessary -- never mind the Arkansas 6th-grader who had been sexually and brutally assaulted -- at the beginning of a long, self-branded and thoroughly hypocritical career...

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I could not have prepared better for Lou Dobbs' question last night regarding Trump's weaker polling with the weaker sex than having watched this video -- "I Thought You Should Know.

The video introduces a brutal rape of a 12-year-old girl that took place in 1975 in Arkansas. A 41-year-old man named Thomas Alfred Taylor stood trial. His defense counsel was a freshly minted lawyer named Hillary Rodham. She got him off.

Once you start reading more deeply into this case, thanks to the crack research of Alana Goodman for the Washington Free Beacon, which broke the story open in 2014, it becomes clear: This case is Hillary Clinton's Chappaquiddick -- the original moral stain, which, as with Ted Kennedy, once exposed, becomes her ultimate undoing.  

Clinton's involvement in this Arkansas child-rape trial was not a matter of providing counsel to a defendant, as our system requires. It was jumping through...

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Have a listen -- with thanks to Andrew Bostom for capturing the segment. 





It's got to be Trump. You tell me how else to read the headline of today's lead story in the Washington Post:

Russia suspected of election scheme

U.S PROBES PLAN TO SOW VOTER DISTRUST

Potential disruptions to balloting feared, officials say

If Hillary Clinton's election were really in the bag the way they keep telling us it is, I find it hard to believe that the Washington Post, anti-Trump to a Pravda-like rev of agit-prop-hysterics, would be laying down the line that Russian election tampering is to be "feared" in November. 

The story opens:

U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies are investigating what they see as a broad...

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Ever wonder how the zealous-half lives?

Peter Sutherland, UN Special Representative for Migration, is one among the zealots. After sleuthing around, I'm fairly certain his "holiday home" is that thing (above), located along a breathtaking stretch of European seacost.

Cold, grandiose, disturbing; It looks like a cartoonist's vision of a Global Super-Villain's Hideaway, which, of course, it is. 

As an alumnus of Goldman Sachs, the LSE, a founding director general of the WTO, GATT, a member of the Trilateral Commission, a regular at Bilderburger, etc., etc., Sutherland has built a resume that is such a cliched roster of secretive multi-national elite sinecures that one might almost start thinking he was part of some worldwide conspiracy to destroy the West. 

Only that would be a "conspiracy theory."  

Still, what better place to conspire than in this...

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Watch Andrew Bostom say the things that need to be said in this powerful speech delivered in Los Angeles earlier this month at the American Freedom Alliance Conference, "Islam and Western Civilization."

It is particularly a propos as such Lewis acolytes as Paul Wolfowitz come out for war-mongering Hillary Clinton.



In 2000, Jeane J. Kirkpatrick made an acute observation that I've not heard any other observer point out: the switch from "liberal isolationism" to "global engagement" -- almost overnight -- that coincided with the arrival of the Clintons in the White House.

In Commentary, she wrote:

When the Reagan administration offered arms and training to the Nicaraguan resistance, law professors all over America pronounced the policy illegal and utterly rejected the argument that force could under certain circumstances be used to restore or protect democracies. As late as 1989, when the U.S. intervened in Panama under George Bush, leading liberals in and out of Congress described this action as the clearest possible violation of the UN Charter's prohibition on force, and professors of international law reminded all and sundry that the use of force against another state is never justified except in self-defense, a concept that was itself to be very narrowly interpreted.

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In Sharia-Britain, patriots are not permitted to sit in a pub and watch football with their children.

Western hero Tommy Robinson and two friends and their seven kids among them went to such a British pub, the Prince Regent, I think I heard, to watch football and have lunch.

Police showed up in force to disperse Tommy FOR NO REASON. On being asked to explain Tommy's offense, they issued him a citation.

Please watch. Even after Tommy and his party leave the pub, the police follow them (around Minute 15), down the lane. They don't even care when the little girls start crying.

That's how police states work.

  



Earlier this week, the Daily Beast published a piece by serial liar, disinformation artist, mixer-upper and Hillary-Clinton-supporter Ron Radosh. (I will resist noting that they deserve each other, but they do.) It is called: "Steve Bannon, Trump's Top Guy, Told Me He Was a `Leninist,' Who `Wants to Destroy the State."

According to the laws of punctuation, the quotation marks around `Leninist' and `Wants to Destroy the State' indicate that these words are actual quotations, but the whole "conversation" smells of a rat.

Why? For starters, Radosh --...

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Having put the lexicon aside back in March, the latest GOPe-unhinging event -- Trump's excellent decision to make Stephen K. Bannon CEO of the Trump campaign -- tell me it's time to pick it up again.

I anticipate, if not new depths exactly, greater shrillness, even more toxicity. Now, where were we? 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 into an abyss."

-- Michael Gerson, Washington...

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I am canvassing the news outlets on the shot-in-the-arm presidential election news that Stephen K. Bannon and Kellyanne Conway have vaulted to the helm of the Trump campaign.

Note that Kellyanne Conway, widely respected as a seasoned political pollster, is attracting far, far less attention than Steve Bannon in a news media endlessly concerned (obsessed) with all things female (more accurately, all things non-white-male). As usual, media "concern" (obsession) is exposed as a sham, a means only to advance the Left-wing agenda. (See "feminist"/media rejection of female victims of Bill Clinton's sex crimes for more examples.) 

Clearly, the ascension of Kellyanne Conway does not advance this Left-wing agenda. As the first woman to become campaign manager of a GOP presidential campaign, Conway's very appointment silences one stupid anti-Trump mantra, "he hates women," in a soundbyte. Besides that -- and I only say "besides that" because that's how these bean-counters think -- Conway is a highly regarded, savvy political professional. Therefore, MSM strategy goes (conscious and subconscious), best to overlook that Conway story and see what we can do with anti-Establishment Right and Left Steve Bannon, hmmm? So controversial!! 

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WND.com recently asked me to comment about the resurgence -- or, rather, uninterupted practices -- of the Muslim rape rings in Rotherham and elsewhere in England, the ones that have turned thousands of young mainly native British girls into sex slaves and gave the English language the vile term "grooming gangs."

Noting that "the systematic exploitation, rape and abuse of a nation’s daughters would once have been cause for revolution or war" -- yea, verily -- the article quotes counterterrorism analyst and author of See Something, Say Nothing Phil Haney, who predicts that European governments will respond to "migrant"/Islamic violence against women by warning women "not to incite migrants," presumably by wearing clothing other than sacks. Such pressure,...

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Writing in the Washington Times today, Rowan Scarborough examines the resumes of those 50 "national security Republicans" to sign the latest group-hissy-fit over the fact that 14 million Republican primary voters ignored them and made Donald Trump the GOP presidential nominee.

What does Scarborough find? Fifteen consultants and/or lobbyists, some investors, a bunch of lawyers with corporate clients, fourteen think tankers and nine professors. 

*Pop*

Welcome to the world Washington Insiders terrified that Donald Trump will derail the gravy train and call out their decades of foreign policy disasters.  

Read the article here.







Dutch General Ter Poorten, commander of Dutch forces in the East Indies, spent much of World War II in Japanese captivity (above). Prior to Pearl Harbor, he alerted the US to Dutch decryptions of Japanese coded messages about upcoming Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor and elsewhere. 

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Probably the most important lesson of American Betrayal  is that practically everything Americans are taught about the "American Century" is a myth or a lie. This extremely destabilizing lesson calls almost everything we "know" into question,...

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Muhammad Al Adnani, spokesman for Al Qaeda in Iraq (and later for the Islamic State), as i.d.'d by the DIA in August 2012.

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Drawing on an August 2012 Defense Intelligence Agency cable, one of the documents currently spilling out of "secret" archives that buttresses Donald Trump's depiction of President Obama and Hillary Clintons as "founders" of ISIS, Breitbart News reports that Hillary Clinton was well aware that that "the Obama administration was supporting Al Qaeda in Iraq, the terrorist group that became the Islamic State." 

The cable also discusses the emergence of a broader Islamic state from the jihadist factions represented by al-Adnani, which were being supported by "the West,...

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Lead story, The Hill, August 16, 2016

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In a previous post, I note the deceptive practice by the MSM of presenting Clinton-linked political professionals as non-aligned experts.

The 24/7 deception by the MSM of presenting themselves as non-aligned news professionals goes without saying.

Only sometimes it doesn't.

Sure, there is the often mindless, and also often lawyerly shading and shaping of news that is constant, and thus hard to keep up with as it just washes over us. In this category, I would put the NYT/CNN's Maggie Haberman's recent expert assessment of that complex of soul-and-nation-devouring Clinton corruption, most currently on view in putrid gushers of unsecured email and other...

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The MSM is openly organized as Clinton 2016 General HQ. We know that.

For a reality check, just imagine if Donald Trump's campaign manager ever sat on the board of a company that "bagged $35 million from Putin-connected Russian govnt fund"  -- as did Hillary's campaign manager, John Podesta. (Podesta's lobbyist brother, Tony, does all right in Putinworld, too.)

Or, if Donald Trump approved the sale of 20 percent of US uranium deposits to Putin's Russia -- as SecState Hillary Clinton did.

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What with the Clinton Foundation in the news lately for being at the locus of Hillary Clinton's mind-blowing corruption, selling-out of national patrimony, and the like, I thought it would be nice to revisit the glory days of the old place -- as in 2012 when Saudi Arabian Prince Turki, Bill Clinton's Georgetown roommate and, more important, the Saudi dictatorship's former intelligence chief and brother-in-law of Prince Bandar, the Saudi dictatorship's former US Ambassador, came around to toss the following bouquet to Bill Clinton.

"Muslims will never forget your deliverance of Bosnia-Herzogovenia and Kosovo, and near-deliverance, within 100 meters, of Palestine from occupation."

Bill Clinton, Islamic icon: How perfectly beautiful. Do watch at least the beginning of video for yourself -- it really does have to be seen to be believed (especially the canned flourishes that play as Bill takes centerstage) -- and ponder the clo$e per$onal relation$hips that all the Clintons (all the Bushes, too!)...

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The Post Constitutional Election, Part 25 is here.

Dear DNC,

Doubtless, I would reach more people if I wrote the following message in a private, hackable email, but I am concerned Russian cyber-trolls are distracted this week by heaps more breaking scandal about Hillary Clinton's loyal services to what some people like to call "Mother Russia." Between that Hillary-approved uranium deal transferring 20 percent of US uranium to Russian control (netting $145 million for the Clinton Foundation) and, now, her success in getting US investors to fund Russian military research...

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