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After Two Weeks, Premier Ford’s Influence Felt Beyond Ontario

By Arthur Weinreb

After Two Weeks, Premier Ford’s Influence Felt Beyond Ontario
On June 29, Douglas Robert Ford Jr. was sworn in as Ontario’s 26th premier. After 15 years of disastrous Liberal Party rule, Ford won a majority government based upon his promises to undo many of the terrible policies that saw the once mighty economic engine of Canada become a have-not province and an economic train wreck that saw many Ontarians forced to choose between heating and eating.

We Cannot Allow Strzokians Back into Power

By Lloyd Marcus

We Cannot Allow Strzokians Back into Power
Peter Strzok’s arrogance displayed at the Congressional Oversight Committee hearing on TV was infuriating. With their superior noses high in the air, Mr Strzok and the democrats behaviorally said f*** you to the Republicans, the law and We the People. It was disgraceful watching Mr Strzok and his democrat posse insult our intelligence by claiming, despite overwhelming evidence, FBI agent Mr Strzok had no bias against Trump.


By Jeff Crouere

Run Hillary Run
During the ascendancy of Donald Trump to the top of the Republican Party and the presidency, the media has devoted plenty of attention to the in-fighting in the GOP. In the 2016 presidential race, Trump overthrew the entrenched party establishment by defeating 16 Republican challengers and winning the nomination.

Unmasking Antifa Using the Rule of Law

By Matthew Vadum

Unmasking Antifa Using the Rule of Law
A new bill called the “Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018” seeks enhanced penalties against rioters and others who use clothing to conceal their identities while committing certain crimes.

One of the reasons federal prosecutors were unable to secure convictions against all but a handful of the accused #DisruptJ20 rioters is because positive identification has been impossible in many cases.

Lawsuit Hearing To Remove Xavier Becerra as California Attorney General

By Katy Grimes

Lawsuit Hearing To Remove Xavier Becerra as California Attorney General
Should the powerful be allowed to ignore or change the laws they don’t agree with? Of course not. But that issue is at the heart of a lawsuit filed in May by former Attorney General candidate Eric Early against the unelected, appointed California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who is running to keep his office. The case was heard Friday morning in Sacramento Superior Court.

Russians indicted but still no collusion

By Rolf Yungclas

Russians indicted but still no collusion
As preparations are being made for President Trump’s meeting next with Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced Friday that Special Prosecutor Mueller had charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with crimes related to the 2016 hacking of the Democratic National Committee. That’s right, the investigation meant to prove President Trump worked hand-in-hand with Vladimir Putin to fix the 2016 election, again presents results that show no collusion.

Ivan’s Red Star Station

By William Kevin Stoos

Ivan's Red Star Station

“The U.S.S.R. has announced plans to construct a natural gas pipeline from Siberia to West Germany. The pipeline is expected to be operational by 1984.” (November 16, 1981). [William Kevin Stoos, Manchester Union Leader, 1981]

Wolfgang drove up to
The Sign of the Star
And a smiling attendant
Leaned into his car.
(He wore a Red Star
On his fuzzy brown cap
And a Misha-Bear patch
Over each pocket flap.)

Deep State Joins Outrage Against Trump’s SCOTUS Pick

By Judi McLeod

Deep State Joins Outrage Against Trump’s SCOTUS Pick
Donald Trump is not America’s president, at least according to the fully active treacherous Deep State.  For all intents and purposes Robert Mueller III’s ‘Special’ Counsel is POTUS.

Broken token Jeff Sessions is not the Attorney General, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is.

Even leftist-loving George Clooney Sees Sacha Cohen as “Foul”

By Judi McLeod

Even leftist-loving George Clooney Sees Sacha Cohen as Foul
Sacha Baron Cohen—who reportedly interviewed Sarah Palin posing as a disabled veteran in a wheelchair—isn’t the first to use revered US military as props.  Former President Barack Obama and his overbearing wife, Michelle came first.

Even as he was gutting the U.S. military, in 2013, a preening Obama created something of a stir when he summoned over two marines to hold umbrellas over himself and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for protection from light rain during a Rose Garden press conference.

Hillary’s “One Last Run” wishful MSM Thinking

By Judi McLeod

Hillary’s One Last Run wishful MSM Thinking
In her colossal and incessant embitterment, the only way for Hillary Clinton to be president is to run for president.  That way she’ll have more than two years for the media and progressive mobs to address her as “Madam President” all the way up to the 2020 presidential race.

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