Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Lead IT Guy Arrested Trying To Leave Country

Arkancide Alert?

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’d IT guy, Pakistan-born Imran Awan was arrested on bank fraud charges at Dulles International Airport Tuesday while trying to make his way out of the country.

Still on Wasserman Schultz’s payroll, despite being barred from accessing the House’s computer system since February, Awan had worked IT for some 31 other Democrat politicians.

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Mo Mueller, mo problems

So, now Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, is going to look into Donald Trump’s past financial dealings (and his tax returns):

Bloomberg reported Thursday that investigators are examining Russian purchases of apartments in Trump buildings, Trump’s involvement in a New York development with Russian associates in SoHo, the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow and Trump’s 2008 sale of a Florida mansion to a Russian oligarch.

 

By BombThrowers -- Eli David- Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Senate Advances Bill to Defund Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

The US Senate today voted to advance a bill that would defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business. The Senate voted in favor of a motion to proceed to begin debate on the legislation.

There had been considerable question about whether a motion to proceed would be successful because the legislation which defunds the nation’s biggest abortion company and repeals ObamaCare has come under opposition from three pro-abortion Republicans. Their opposition could have subverted the majority vote needed for the legislation under 50 votes.—More…

By News on the Net -- LifeNews- Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Don’t Be Pro-Israel, Be Pro-Sarah

Chaya Salomon was murdered at a Sabbath dinner with her family. The 46-year-old Jewish woman was stabbed to death alongside her 70-year-old father Yosef and her 36-year-old brother Elad.

Photos show the kitchen of the Salomon house in the Israeli village of Neve Tsuf covered in blood. The youngest Salomon daughter had given birth to a new member of the family. The bottle of Glenfiddich on the table was never opened. Instead an Islamic terrorist burst in and stabbed the new grandfather. Tova, the new grandmother was badly wounded. Elad’s wife rushed the children to a safe room.

The smiling terrorist was taken away. He had come armed with a Koran and a knife. “I know that with Allah my dreams will come true,” he had posted on Facebook. “I will go to heaven.”

By Daniel Greenfield - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Computer Security Company “Unblocks” Liberty Counsel

ORLANDO, FL - Norton Security Software, the anti-virus software company owned by Symantec that blocked users from the Liberty Counsel website stating it contains “hate” content, has now backed down. Norton acted in response to Liberty Counsel’s letter demanding an immediate review and reversal of the “hate” classification which blocked users from the website (www.LC.org).

Norton “Support” lists various website categories and defines “hate” as “websites that advocate hostility or aggression toward an individual or group on the basis of race, religion, gender, nationality, ethnic origin, or other involuntary characteristics and sites that denigrate others or justify inequality on the basis of those characteristics.” However, Liberty Counsel does not advocate hostility or aggression toward anyone and does not justify inequality on any of the categories.

By Liberty Counsel - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Trump Visits Boy Scout National Jamobree To Massive Applause

At the annual National Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia, President Trump spoke to a massive crowd of 40,000 scouts. The scouts chanted “We Love Trump!” to the President.

“By the way, just a question,” Trump said. “Did President Obama ever come to a Jamboree?” The crowd roared back, “No,” Fox News reported. In his eight years as President, Obama was always too busy to attend a Jamboree of Boy Scouts.

Trump said Boy Scouts believe in putting America first, and referenced the Boy Scout Law, which the Scouts finished chanting in unison. Trump paused while they finished and said he was impressed.

By Katy Grimes - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

NJ 12-year-old’s suicide a plea for cyber-bullying law: GOP candidate Heather Darling

On June 14, when many Americans honor the adoption of the American Flag on July 14, 1777, a 12-year-old gymnast is believed to have ended her own life after her mother on that day urged officials at the child’s school to clamp down on Internet bullies. The suicide is being investigated although the young girl’s mother hasn’t said bullying played a role in the incident. But the GOP candidate for Morris County Freeholder wants more than just talk about the serious and growing problem of bullying on the worldwide web.

“Cyber bullying is a crime that can be committed anonymously and the messages can be impossible to trace and delete,” said Roxbury, New Jersey, attorney Heather Darling who is favored to win her bid for Freeholder.  “While the bully is safely hiding behind fake accounts, the victim is left to deal with the fallout of the posted statements or images including substantial ridicule from peers. Once posted the images or statements often spread quickly online and the victim is faced with the reality that anyone they encounter may have seen the posted material,” said the Seton Hall School of Law graduate.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

D.C. APPEALS COURT STRIKES DOWN ‘GOOD REASON’ CCW LAW – SAF

BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation today won a significant court victory against “good reason” requirements for concealed carry when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia issued a permanent injunction against enforcement of such a requirement in Washington, D.C.

The 2-1 ruling, written by Judge Thomas Beall Griffith, a 2005 George W. Bush appointee, declared that, “At the Second Amendment’s core lies the right of responsible citizens to carry firearms for personal self-defense beyond the home, subject to longstanding restrictions…The District’s good-reason law is necessarily a total ban on exercises of that constitutional right for most D.C. residents. That’s enough to sink this law under (the 2008 U.S. Supreme Court’s Heller ruling).”

By Second Amendment Foundation - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Senate GOP votes to proceed to debate on House ObamaCare repeal bill

The boss is out for their scalps as it is, so Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski aren’t likely to get friendly interviews any time soon on the radio show. Not that they deserve any. The two leading ObamaCare Republicans did all they could to day to stop the latest attempt at repeal, which is for the Senate to move to debate on consideration of the House AHCA.

This is just a procedural vote. It doesn’t pass the bill. It simply says a debate will take place on it. But without this, there’s no chance anything will pass.

By Dan Calabrese - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

School Librarians Getting Into Liberal Indoctrination Biz

Don’t look now, but your local school library soon could be getting into the liberal indoctrination racket.

School librarians have taken it upon themselves to teach students how to identify fake news. They say they do this by helping them understand the CRAAP that comes their way.

CRAAP, which stands for Currency (timeliness), Relevance (importance), Authority (source), Accuracy (reliability) and Purpose (reason), “helps students sort through the overwhelming flood of digital information,” according to a recent story in USA TODAY.

By Guest Column -- Brian McNicoll AIM- Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Allow us to suggest a few Democrat slogans that are better than the boring pablum even MSNBC is tras

The new Democrat slogan is only three words long, but you’ll be forgiven if you fall asleep before you manage to read the whole thing. That’s because it’s one of the most insipid, uninspired, political catchphrases you’ve ever heard.  Brace yourself for…

“A Better Deal.”

ZZZzzzzzzzz…huh? Wha? Oh, sorry. dozed off there for a second.

By Robert Laurie - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Trump is badly mishandling the Sessions situation, missing a huge constitutional opportunity in the

According to President Trump’s new Comms director, Anthony Scaramucci, Trump “probably” wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions gone. Radio host Hugh Hewitt was interviewing Scaramucci when he asked, “It’s clear the president wants him gone, right?”

Scaramucci replied:

“I have an enormous amount of respect for the attorney general, but I do know the president pretty well, and if there’s this level of tension in the relationship that’s public, you’re probably right”

By Robert Laurie - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Now We Know Where Barack Got the Design for Obamacare

Where have you heard this before? There’s a federal insurance program designed to protect citizens from catastrophes that can devastate families. A program fashioned by experts who employed “best practices” as they formulated and priced this vital insurance protection.

Now it looks like the wretched naysayers were correct. The entitlement is plagued by users, with pre–existing conditions, who repeatedly cycle in and out of the program. These frequent flyers drive up costs and their premium dollars don’t begin to cover the government’s outlay.

Combined premium income from the entire coverage base falls short year after year forcing the program to run a deficit that won’t ever be reduced.

By Michael R. Shannon - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Big mistake: Scaramucci says he’s bringing back televised White House briefingsday July 25th, 2017

This sounds like an olive branch to the press, a gesture to try to win back their good will. If that’s what Anthony Scaramucci thinks is going to result from the return of televised briefings, he is going to learn quickly that there’s no point trying to make nice with the media if you work for a Republican president. I don’t mind that Trump hired a communication director who is not conservative. It’s not Scaramucci’s job to make policy. But if his view of the press is influenced by the fact that he is not a conservative, then he is going to learn very quickly how they treat you when you become one - which, for the purposes of his new job, he essentially does:

By Dan Calabrese - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

It Takes a Family—There is No Fiscal Conservatism Without Social Conservatism

The movement among Blue State Republicans is to abandon social issues, or cultural concerns. They are too divisive, and make it more difficult for conservatives to appeal to the “young generation”, since most people are more progressive.

Right? Then again, since when has expanding abortion or welcoming the destruction of marriage and family ever counted as progressive?

So, should we give up on “social conservatism”?

By Arthur Christopher Schaper - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Will Kamala Harris Be The Next Obama

The Left and its compliant news media obsesses about “White privilege” and the harm they claim it’s causing our nation. But even more harm is caused by the phenomenon known as “identity-based privilege” ; the decades-long special advantages and unreasonable dispensations bestowed because of race, gender, sexual orientation, etc. These perquisites have gotten completely out-of-hand. It is no exaggeration to state that identity-based privileges are literally undermining the Bill of Rights and other protections of the Constitution. This doesn’t bother the Left. In fact, the Left claims that our Constitution is no longer “relevant” to our modern society.

A person’s “identity-based category” has become the primary consideration to determine whether that person should hold public office, or be appointed to another critical position impacting our society. Being the first Black to hold the office was more important to Barack Obama’s presidential election than his qualifications to perform the duties. His status as the first Black president gained the Obama campaign the full support of national media, and also exempted his presidency from media criticism. Although his presidency was largely unsuccessful, Mr. Obama is considered media’s most esteemed celebrity.

By Gail Jarvis - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Senator Kid Rock—For Real

You can knock me down and watch me bleed
But you can’t keep no chains on me

—Kid Rock (Robert Ritchie) “Born Free

“I concede she [Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)] is better at playing politics than I am so I’ll keep doing what I do best, which is being a voice for tax paying hardworking AMERICANS and letting politicians like her know that We the People are sick and tired of their bullshit!”—Kid Rock quoted by Phillip Stucky “Kid Rock Leads Democrat In New Poll

A brash, rough talking, sometimes crude political outsider with a large media following, taking on the political establishment’s elite. Where have I seen this before?

By Jim ONeill - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Lefty media freak out because Trump tells Boy Scouts loyalty is a good thing

What’s behind this, I think, is more than just anti-Trumpism – although there’s clearly a fair amount of that. The deeper root, though, is the fundamental shift we’re making as a country away from identification as Americans and toward identification with our various political or societal tribes.

As we’ve discussed in this space before, loyalty is an admirable trait in an abstract sense. We all like the idea that someone would be loyal to us, or to something we identify with – whether that’s your country, your school, your team, your church or what-have-you. You don’t perceive loyalty as a bad thing unless you’re afraid that the object of the loyalty is unworthy of it, or untrustworthy with it.

By Dan Calabrese - Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story

Legalizing Assisted Suicide is Dangerous – Just Look at Canada

Professor and author, Kevin Yuill, has written another excellent article that Spike published on July 20, 2017 titled: Legalizing assisted suicide is dangerous – just look at Canada.

Yuill, who was born in Canada, refers to the recent Canadian experience with assisted dying to urge British citizens to reject assisted suicide.—More…

By News on the Net -- LifeNews- Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - Full Story