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Turning Red States Marxist Red

Turning Red States Marxist Red
The Alabama win for Barack Obama’s candidate Doug Jones confirms our thesis that Obama is running the Democratic Party and the anti-Trump resistance. Obama, who recently compared President Trump to Hitler,  recorded a robocall in support of the Alabama Democrat, calling him a “fighter for equality, for progress.” His notion of progress means suppressing the white vote and inciting black voters, who now believe by a margin of 72 percent that Trump should be impeached.

Reports indicate that Jones’ win was the result of a surge of Democrat voters statewide, “and specifically in African-American strongholds.” The grassroots of the Tea Party, evangelical Christians and conservative Catholics in Alabama couldn’t match the “Brown is the New White” strategy of Obama’s political strategist and operative Steve Phillips. Analyst Trevor Loudon discussed Phillips’ leftist background and association with Obama during his talk at our November 10 conference about Obama’s plan for a one-party socialist state.

We have studied Obama’s background, including his grooming by a hard-core communist, and his future plans, in our books, Comrade Obama Unmasked and Red Star Rising.

By Cliff Kincaid - Friday, December 15, 2017 - Full Story

Time to End Mueller’s Wild Reign of Malfeasance?

Time to End Mueller’s Wild Reign of Malfeasance?
Since before President Trump’s election, what appears to be a very large cabal at the US Federal Bureau of Investigation has been active in the planning and implementation of its coup d’état against Donald J. Trump should he win the US presidency.  Said policy would, ostensibly, be activated—when and just in case Mr. Trump was elected—by what Deputy Assistant Directors of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok (one of the Mueller-hired biased-against-Trump investigators who also referred to Trump voters being smelly Walmart shoppers and many more vile ‘observations’ in emails sent to Strzok’s lover Lisa Page).  Mr. Trump was elected.  The investigation of Trump’s incoming team began.

By Sher Zieve - Friday, December 15, 2017 - Full Story

Sportscasters Discuss Declining NFL Numbers

Sportscasters Discuss Declining NFL Numbers
Bob Ley, leading the Friday Four on ESPN’s Outside the Lines, mentioned on a recent episode that the NFL’s Thursday Night Football game on television lost 27% of its audience, compared to last year’s numbers from the game during the same time of the year. That’s more than a quarter of its viewers!  Faced with such a stunning revelation of reality in 2017, he asked if the violence of the game was turning off viewers.

In a conversation with an anti-Trump friend of mine who is an avid football fan in the Pacific Northwest, he said to me that the empty stadiums and declining numbers in television viewership was a direct result of the public’s recent awareness and anger over the NFL’s inability to deal with the rising numbers of “concussions” and “head injuries” in the game.

Are these people that stupid?

By Douglas V. Gibbs - Friday, December 15, 2017 - Full Story

Report: Rubio gets his way - partially - will vote YES on tax bill

Report: Rubio gets his way - partially - will vote YES on tax bill
Yesterday, Dan told you about Marco Rubio’s threat to submarine tax reform if he and Mike Lee didn’t get an expansion in the way the child tax credit was applied.

As RedState put it:

By Robert Laurie - Friday, December 15, 2017 - Full Story

Left loses its mind over net-neutrality repeal, will be awfully surprised when nothing bad happens

Left loses its mind over net-neutrality repeal,

The Internet is no longer free!

Variations of that filled social media yesterday as left-wing activists and normal people who don’t know any better bought into the notion that the demise of “net-neutrality” regulations would mean the end of online freedom and the beginning of corporate tyranny.

Because remember when it used to be like that? When ISPs would intentionally slow down and block content from certain providers unless you paid a boatload of money? Remember when it was impossible to get enough broadband speed to watch a Netflix offering?

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, December 15, 2017 - Full Story

Conservative group has funding suspended after hosting Prager

Conservative group has funding suspended after hosting Prager

A conservative group at the University of Wyoming was recently barred from requesting student government funding until 2019 after hosting conservative pundit Dennis Prager.

The school’s Turning Point USA (TPUSA) chapter brought Prager to campus for a November 9 discussion on why “socialism makes people selfish,” drawing a crowd of 600 people.

By Campus Reform - Friday, December 15, 2017 - Full Story

Former CA Assemblywoman Says ‘Huggy Bear’ Sen. Hertzberg Groped Her

Former CA Assemblywoman Says 'Huggy Bear' Sen. Hertzberg Groped Her
The flood of sexual groping, assault and harassment complaints in California’s State Capitol is turning into a tsunami. So far, accusations have been levied by women against State Senator Tony Mendoza (D-Artesia), Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra (D-Arleta),  Assemblyman Matt Dababneh (D-Los Angeles), Assemblyman Devin Mathis (R-Visalia),  and more to come. The"whisper network” inside of the Capitol tells much: Several additional lawmakers are being named as harassers, and I heard that one leader’s Chief of Staff contacted former female staffers to offer incentives to avert any potential accusations. Ouch.

In a lengthy conversation with former Assemblywoman Linda Halderman Tuesday, she shared some very disturbing incidences that took place when she was a freshman Assemblywoman.

By Katy Grimes - Friday, December 15, 2017 - Full Story

FBI Plot Against Trump

FBI Plot Against Trump
Two Trump-hating FBI gumshoes investigating Hillary Clinton’s email treachery and alleged Russian interference in last year’s election traded crude, caustic barbs about President Trump while they plotted to undermine him, congressional overseers heard yesterday.

This shouldn’t be all that surprising given that Barack Obama gleefully weaponized the FBI, Department of Justice, and various intelligence agencies, and criminalized political differences in the process. A radical zealot with a desire to fundamentally transform the United States, the 44th president had a limited sense of boundaries. Obama was more Third World caudillo than president and he was never troubled by hijacking governmental powers to hurt his opposition, as the conservative groups targeted by his IRS can attest. His race-obsessed first attorney general, Eric Holder, turned the Justice Department into a virtual arm of the Democratic Party, using the agency to punish the Left’s enemies and let allies run wild. His second attorney general, Loretta Lynch, surreptitiously met with Bill Clinton in an airport hangar, presumably to cut a shady deal to let Hillary Clinton escape punishment for the many crimes she committed in office.


The Truth About Profiling is That Everyone Does it

The Truth About Profiling is That Everyone Does it
My black brother who lives in Baltimore said something that has stuck with me. He said, “I am tired of having to show people (whites) that I am not like them (black thugs).” His comment was made to convince me that NFL players have valid reasons for protesting our country.

I told my brother it is not white America’s fault that blacks commit more crimes than any other race except whites.  Blacks are only 13% of the population.

White Americans did not burden my brother with having to constantly show he is not a thug, blacks did. Like our dad, Dr. Rev. Lloyd E. Marcus, my brother is highly respected in his community; awarded for his service as commissioner of his county’s youth football league. However, my brother does dress urban style; causal attire typical of inner city blacks. No, he does not wear his pants below his butt.

By Lloyd Marcus - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

VP Pence delays next week’s Middle East trip to lock down the tax bill

VP Pence delays next week's Middle East trip to lock down the tax bill
Most conservatives have lined up behind tax reform, even if we’re not necessarily getting everything we’d like. The prevailing wisdom is that some is better than none. So, while we’d like a flat or fair tax, we’d love a 0% corporate tax rate, and we’d really love to see someone make the case for the repeal of the 16th Amendment, we’ll take what we can get.

Still, we’re a nervous bunch.  The GOP has let us down - often - over the course of the last year, and a lot of us wonder if they’re going to blow it again. If you’re a political tea leaf reader you’ve been looking for signs that indicate the Republicans have finally, mercifully, gotten their act together.

By Robert Laurie - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

Oof: Rubio says he’ll vote no on the tax bill unless child tax credit is expanded

Rubio says he'll vote no on the tax bill unless child tax credit is expanded
Oh for crying out loud. The guy talks a good game on a lot of things but he’s showing us more by the day that he’s fundamentally clueless about growth and markets. To think I once thought he might be a good president.

Nope:

By Dan Calabrese - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

Rampant rumors suggest Paul Ryan will resign as Speaker after the 2018 midterms

Rampant rumors suggest Paul Ryan will resign as Speaker after the 2018 midterms
This will make some conservatives very happy and others, not so much.  Personally, I’m of the opinion that Mitch McConnell has been much more of a problem than Ryan - but I get where some of the disdain on the right is coming from. Regardless, the rumor mill has shifted into high gear - suggesting that we’re nearing the end of Paul Ryan’s tenure as Speaker and, possibly, his career in the House.

Yesterday, The Huffington Post ran a piece about widespread rumors that Paul Ryan is getting ready to walk away from his position as Speaker of the House.  According to the HuffPo, Ryan’s main goal was tax reform.  Once it passes (assuming it does) he intends to walk away.

“There’s a whole lot of rumors and speculation that the speaker may step aside,” one GOP member told HuffPost this week, a sentiment that was expressed by a number of Republicans who, perhaps tellingly, wouldn’t go on the record to speak about Ryan’s future.

The Wisconsin Republican has made no indication he’s quitting any time soon, but the possibility that Ryan finishes the tax bill and decides he no longer wants to continue in Congress has begun to loom over internal Republican conversations.

When the House Freedom Caucus gathered Monday night, members spent part of their meeting discussing a theory circulating on Capitol Hill and among the downtown Christmas parties that Ryan may believe he’s harpooned his personal white whale of tax reform and decide he’s finished.

By Robert Laurie - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

Caught up in Pervnado, Republican U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold to ‘retire’

Caught up in Pervnado, Republican U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold to 'retire',
This is the guy Rob told you about a few weeks ago - one of the first members of Congress to avail himself of taxpayer money to settle a sexual harassment complaint. We’re talking, after all, about a guy whose track record prior to becoming a congressman included, er . . . this:

Republican U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold

By Dan Calabrese - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

FCC Net Neutrality Hearing & Vote

 

By Right Side Broadcasting - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

Misandry Rises: In Defense of Men

Misandry Rises: In Defense of Men,
Don’t vote for men!” is the message of a recent campaign ad. Issued by Dana Nessel, Democratic attorney general contender in Michigan, what she literally says is, “Who can you trust most not to show you their [sic] penis in a professional setting?”

She answers that it’s the candidate who doesn’t have one.

Now, a person could easily go tit for tat (not that I’d ever consider such a thing!). Noting how some voters, addressing politicians’ pusillanimity, lament how we need leaders with “a pair,” one could ask “Who can you trust most to have a pair?” and answer “The candidate who by definition has one.”

By Selwyn Duke - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

Tax cut deal makes corporate rate cut effective in 2018

Tax cut deal makes corporate rate cut effective in 2018

One of the worst things about the Senate tax reform bill prior to conference committee is that it delayed implementation of corporate tax rate cut until 2019. It did this so the bill could fit under the 10-year window beyond which the Senate’s goofy budget rules demand there be no projected deficit increase. (And if you want to know what’s wrong with that, we’ve discussed it at length.)

The House bill made the corporate cut effective in 2018, because the House doesn’t have to comply with the Senate’s idiotic rules.

Good news: It’s now coming out that the conference committee report makes the cut effective in 2018. The price we paid for this is that the rate’s being cut from 35 percent to 21 percent, instead of to 20 percent. But it’s still a massive cut and it still takes effect right away. That’s a big win for those of us whose priority is to see this tax reform prioritize economic growth:

By Dan Calabrese - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

Judicial Watch Sues California and Los Angeles Over Dirty Voter Registration Rolls

Judicial Watch Sues California and Los Angeles Over Dirty Voter Registration Rolls
WASHINGTON—Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a federal lawsuit against Los Angeles County and the State of California over their failure to clean their voter rolls and to produce election-related records as required by the federal National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) (Judicial Watch, Inc. et al. v. Dean C. Logan, et al. (No. 2:17-cv-08948)). The lawsuit was filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California’s Western Division on behalf of Judicial Watch, Election Integrity Project California, Inc., and Wolfgang Kupka, Rhue Guyant, Jerry Griffin, and Delores M. Mars, who are lawfully registered voters in Los Angeles County.

Judicial Watch argues that the State of California and a number of its counties, including the county of Los Angeles, have registration rates exceeding 100%:

By Judicial Watch - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Records About Removal of Peter Strzok from Mueller Operation

WASHINGTON—Judicial Watch today filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for records about the removal and reassignment of Peter Strzok, a former deputy to the assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, from the special counsel’s investigative team led by former FBI director Robert Mueller. Strzok also was the FBI’s second in command of counterintelligence and chief of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s illicit email server, interviewing Hillary Clinton himself on July 2, 2016. 

By Judicial Watch - Thursday, December 14, 2017 - Full Story

Quinton Jefferson, Another Nail in the NFL Coffin

Quinton Jefferson, Another Nail in the NFL Coffin
I caught video of NFL player Quinton Jefferson trying to climb into the stands to attack a fan who threw food at him. Jefferson was so enraged that it took 3 huge security guys to restrain him.http://bit.ly/2C80Ra0 Obviously, the fan is an idiot and should suffer consequences for his action.

Regarding Jefferson, I thought, dude you’re a millionaire pro-athlete. Why would you risk throwing away your career over the stupid act of a nobody? Jefferson came across like an out-of-control brainless beast. Jefferson kept yelling, “You don’t disrespect me!” “You don’t disrespect me!”

By Lloyd Marcus - Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - Full Story

SF Mayor Ed Lee, unrepentant enabler of Kate Steinle’s killer, dies at 65

SF Mayor Ed Lee, unrepentant enabler of Kate Steinle’s killer, dies at 65

The hyper-politically correct leftist mayor of San Francisco since 2011, Edwin Mah Lee (D), died early this morning. He was 65.

Lee was a token. He was San Francisco’s first Asian-American mayor, which in a sane country should not matter at all. His race and ethnic ancestry aren’t important and should count for nothing.