Robert Mueller is the wrong man to investigate President Trump

Well, the Democrats finally got their special counsel on the Russian 2016 scandal.

Robert Mueller, formerly an FBI director and federal prosecutor, was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to investigate the alleged Russian efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential campaign, and the alleged Trump administration collusion with the Russians.

An appointment was probably a given, since, as always, when the Democrats and the mainstream media kick up a fuss, as they have 24/7 since Trump unexpectedly won the Nov. 8, 2016 election, it is to be expected that weak-kneed Republican officials, including Rosenstein, would eventually cave to their partisan demands. This time, history was made, as the Democrat-MSM propaganda campaign actually started several months before the president was inaugurated.

By BombThrowers -- Eli David- Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

America’s First Revolution against a Deep State

It happened in 1776 – America’s first revolution against a Deep State. 

President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to “Drain the Swamp,” if fulfilled, will bring a second revolution against a Deep State.

The first Deep State in America was foreign born in 18th Century England. It impacted the Colonies through the Crown’s operatives and emissaries, some American born – some British. 

Today’s American Deep State is born and bred in the United States. We Americans own it -  it’s ours free-and-clear.

By Lee Cary - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

An Unquenched Light Deserving No More Darkness

Terrorists, by their very namesake, want to invoke terror. Whether their acts are by individuals bent on inflicting harm for whatever reason or connected to, or at least inspired by, a particular ideology, it matters very little at this point. Either way, they wish to disrupt normalcy, creating chaos from order. Once again, the world has witnessed a terrorist attack that has done that exact thing. Once again, hollow rhetoric will echo forth calling for compassion and understanding. Yes, there should be compassion - for the victims and their families. Yes, there should be understanding - for how and why such a senseless act was perpetrated in the first place. There must be both of these things in order to properly act. In order to properly act, though, both must be suppressed in order to dole out justice and punishment - justice for the victims and their families, punishment for the perpetrators. Neither can ever be forthcoming clouded by compassion or understanding.

By Steve Sagarra - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Man with knife arrested outside Buckingham Palace moments before Queen drives past

A man with a knife has been arrested near Buckingham Palace, as Britain remains on critical terror alert amid fears Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi did not act alone.

The man was detained by police on The Mall just moments before the Queen passed by in a car on her way to an engagement with the Duke of Edinburgh at St Paul’s Cathedral. —More…

By News on the Net - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Obama admin knew gang members were part of illegal immigrant surge: Whistleblower

The Obama administration knowingly let in at least 16 admitted MS-13 gang members who arrived at the U.S. as illegal immigrant teenagers in 2014, a top senator said Wednesday, citing internal documents that showed the teens were shipped to juvenile homes throughout the country.

Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, said a whistleblower turned over Customs and Border Protection documents from 2014 detailing the 16 persons who were caught crossing the border.—More…

By News on the Net -- Washington Times- Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Father and Brother of Manchester Bomber Arrested in Libya

The father and a brother of suspected Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi have been detained by security personnel in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, according to witnesses and officials.

Three vehicles drove up to the Abedi home Wednesday evening and several men wearing uniform, some of them masked, detained Ramadan Abedi, the alleged attacker’s father, and two other unidentified men in the street. It wasn’t immediately possible to reach a spokesman for the United-Nations backed government in Tripoli for comment.—More…

 

By News on the Net -- Bloomberg- Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Sorghum: health food, sweetener and now, clothing dye

Sorghum has long been a staple food in many parts of the world, but in the U.S., it’s best known as a sweetener and livestock feed. As demand for the grain soars, so does the amount of waste husks. To reduce this waste, scientists report in the journal ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering a new use for it: a wool dye that can add ultraviolet protection and fluorescence properties to clothing.

Sorghum, which looks like pearl couscous, is a hardy, drought-tolerant crop that is gaining popularity as a health food, livestock feed and source of bioethanol. Additionally, scientists are working on transforming the crop’s waste for a range of applications, including food coloring and waste water purification. Building further on the colorant possibilities, Yiqi Yang, Xiuliang Hou and colleagues wanted to see if they could develop a practical clothing dye out of sorghum husks.

By American Chemical Society - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Paper test strip could help heart failure patients monitor their condition at home

Contrary to the condition’s name, heart failure doesn’t mean the heart has stopped pumping — it’s just not working at full strength. It can often be managed with medications and lifestyle changes, but its progression needs to be monitored closely. Now scientists have developed a new test strip that could potentially allow patients to do this at home for the first time. Their study appears in the journal ACS Nano.

By American Chemical Society - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

God tells Johnny Enlow: ‘I am neither Republican nor Democrat,’ and Trump will be fine because I kno

Well now Dan’s lost it, you’re thinking. He thinks he can quote God himself.

Actually it’s Johnny Enlow who tells us he’s heard from the Lord concerning Donald Trump. And Enlow is not the first person to say so that I have quoted extensively, as you’ll recall from my extensive references last summer to Lance Wallnau. By the way, Wallnau was the one saying last summer when no one else believed it that God was raising up Trump to not only win, but to be a wrecking ball against the spirit of political correctness.

Nothing Wallnau prophesied last year has failed to come true.

By Dan Calabrese - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

NGO: U.N. gave China names of rights activists

GENEVA, May 24, 2017 The U.N. human rights office dangerously handed over to China the names of four human rights activists slated to attend a Human Rights Council session, and has a practice of doing so, alleges Geneva-based NGO UN Watch, in a letter of complaint sent today to U.N. human rights chief Zeid Hussein.

The complaint, which cites numerous breaches of the UN Charter and other rules, was filed by UN Watch director Hillel Neuer on the eve of his appearance tomorrow before a U.S. Senate hearing that will assess U.S. policy toward the UNHRC, and the related Office of the High Commissioner.

Ti-Anna Wang, (Image) a Chinese human rights activist brought to testify by UN Watch, was harassed by Chinese agents in March 2014.

By UN Watch - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

U.S. intelligence reports warn of cyber “Cold War”

”(What they do)
(They smile in your face)
All the time they want to take your place
The back stabbers (back stabbers)
(They smile in your face)
All the time they want to take your place
The back stabbers (back stabbers)”

- The Back Stabbers (The O’Jays, 1972)

The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate should pass legislation to increase cyber security — in both public and private sectors — since the country is involved in a “type of cyber Cold War,” former U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said during a congressional presentation.

By Jim Kouri - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

TIME TO SHOW ‘AUNTIE MAXINE’ THE DOOR

What happens when liberal snowflakes can’t accept losing an election?

They appoint a senseless, corrupt Democrat like Rep. Maxine Waters to attack the winner.

“Auntie Maxine” became the darling of the far left when she began making unfounded accusations that Russia conspired with the Trump campaign to tamper with the election.

Waters refused to attend President Trump’s inauguration. She has said, “I don’t honor this president. I don’t respect this president.” She said she’ll “fight every day until he is impeached.”

By Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Questioning Carbon Accounting For Lakes And Rivers

People are willing to set up a two trillion dollar global market to read carbon, but their carbon models are so primitive that giant ‘oops’ moments are now happening on a regular basis reports Joanne Nova. 1

A Yale-led study in 2015 estimated that there are more than 3 trillion trees on Earth, about seven and a half times more than some previous estimates. Previously, the only global estimate was just over 400 billion trees worldwide, or about 61 trees for every person on Earth. The Yale study used a combination of appaoiches to reveal that there are 3 trillion trees—roughly 422 trees per person. 2

By Jack Dini - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Trey Gowdy to take over as House Oversight Committee chairman

When Trey Gowdy’s name was mentioned as a possible replacement for fired FBI Director James Comey, I scoffed.  Floating Gowdy was a smart play from the White House, since they know the base loves him, but I didn’t buy it for a second.  There are several reasons for that, but at the top of the list is “why would he want to do that? Congress is a nice cushy gig.”

Gowdy currently sits on the Oversight Committee, where his brutal interrogations make for riveting YouTube gold.  Clips of him grilling the players in just about every major Obama-era scandal are now the stuff of political legend. If you’re a Republican, you almost certainly love watching him tear into whatever crooked Democrat has the misfortune to cross his path.

In short, it’s a lot of fun and being a member of Congress has an awful lot of perks.

By Robert Laurie - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

No, Trump’s budget does not contain a $2 trillion ‘math error’

For the past 18 hours or so, the mainstream media has joined online lefty sites with the seemingly big news that the 10-year Trump budget plan contains a $2 trillion “math error” that makes the premise of the entire thing totally laughable. What they’re telling you is that the White House counted the same positive numbers twice - once assuming that economic growth would render tax rate cuts revenue neutral, and then counting the same economic growth as the cause of an entirely different $2 trillion in new federal revenue.

Even if you can assume the tax cuts will spur economic growth causing an additional $200 billion in revenue, the left and the media claim, the White House screwed up by counting that revenue twice when in fact it is only going to happen once.

The media and the left are wrong. Or lying. Or both.

By Dan Calabrese - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

An “Insider’s” Perspective on the Murder of Seth Rich

I understand what the family of Seth Rich is feeling better than most, as I too lost a close family member to a homicide that went unsolved for five years. Near the five-year anniversary of my uncle’s murder, my family hired a private investigator; it was me. More accurately, it was my PI firm led by me and my partner. Six months later, an arrest was made. The perpetrator was convicted in a jury trial, and is now spending the remainder of his life in prison.

I lived with the pain of my family. I saw it up close, especially with every news update that we gave. I watched my father hold back tears as we discussed the case in private. I saw and at times, was the recipient of his anger and angst, and from other family members as well, as the private life of my uncle was laid bare by the media. Accordingly, I feel I can write with some authority about the unsolved murder of Seth Rich and the publicity surrounding it.

By Doug Hagmann - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Reality Check: Public Officials Specialize in Fecklessness, Incompetence and Cowardice

Apparently feckless, neutered police are also impacting safety and security in the United Kingdom, and not just on California college campuses. The horrific Manchester bombing at the Arianna Grande concert Monday evening, which killed at least 22 and injured more than 150,  might have been prevented if politically correct fecklessness within government wasn’t so rampant.

Adding to the fecklessness and politics, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said terrorism is “part and parcel” of urban life.

…Good to know given that I live in California, where our officials specialize in fecklessness, incompetence and cowardice.

By Katy Grimes - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story

Yankees join FDNY in skipping Puerto Rican Day parade over decision to honor Obama-freed terrorist

I’m actually a little surprised by this, if only because it seems in recent years major league sports have been pretty intimidated by the forces of political correctness. Which is to say: They know who will scream and boycott if they don’t give them what they want, and all large, high-profile institutions want to avoid the bad publicity that comes with such things.

Oscar Lopez Rivera is a terrorist responsible for more than 100 bombings, but that’s old news. The new news is that Barack Obama commuted his sentence on his way out the door, which makes Rivera a new left-wing icon. He is also a bit of a hero to some people of Puerto Rican heritage who don’t really know the full story of what he did. The Fire Department of New York knows it, though, which is why they’re skipping this year’s annual Puerto Rican Day Parade after the organizers decided to honor Rivera as part of the festivities.

By Dan Calabrese - Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - Full Story