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Obama Smells Blood in Trump Reversal on Immigration
By Cliff Kincaid

Obama Smells Blood in Trump Reversal on Immigration

In regard to the illegal Invasion by criminal traffickers and child abusers from the narco-state of Mexico, Senator Tom Cotton had noted that the liberals were promoting a “solution” to “family separation” that should be called the Child Trafficking Encouragement Act. He said the liberals want criminals to know that if they show up at the border with a minor and claim to be its parent, they get released into the U.S. He added, “The children will be abducted & sold to drug cartels & slave-traders as a free ticket into U.S.”


Do The Prog-Left Care--"Really Care" About Children?
By Judi McLeod

Do The Prog-Left Care—Really Care About Children?
What do, Rachel Maddow, Cardinal Tim Dolan and the omnipresent Hillary Rodham Clinton share in common?

Crocodiles crying for babies in virtue signalling how they like all members of the mainstream media dominating prog-left care—“really care”—about children being separated from their parents at border crossings before being locked up in horrifying cages.


Jordan baulks at replacing PLO in negotiations with Israel on Trump plan
By David Singer

Jordan baulks at replacing PLO in negotiations with Israel on Trump plan
President Trump’s long-awaited plan on ending the Arab-Israeli conflict will be further delayed following a flurry of diplomatic activity over the past week.

Critical to the success of Trump’s plan will involve replacing the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) as Israel’s negotiating partner over the last 25 years. The PLO has cut its own throat by making it very clear it will have nothing to do with anything Trump proposes.


Germans tell U.S. ambassador they’re ready to abolish all car tariffs
By Dan Calabrese

Germans tell U.S. ambassador they’re ready to abolish all car tariffs
This particular columnist has not been a fan of the Trump Administration’s trade policies, believing them to be the needless picking of a fight over something that doesn’t produce the economic impact the president thinks it does.


U.S. Withdraws From UN Human Rights Council Travesty
By Joseph A. Klein, CFP United Nations Columnist

U.S. Withdraws From UN Human Rights Council Travesty
The United States has withdrawn from the United Nations Human Rights Council. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced the Trump administration’s decision at the State Department Tuesday afternoon. “We take this step because our commitment does not allow us to remain a part of a hypocritical and self-serving organization that makes a mockery of human rights,” Ambassador Haley said at a press conference announcing the decision. Secretary of State Pompeo added succinctly, “The Human Rights Council is a poor defender of human rights.”


Hollywood hero calls for attacking the schools of ICE agents’ children, kidnapping Barron Trump, stripping and whipping Kristjen Nielsen
By Robert Laurie

Hollywood hero calls for attacking the schools of ICE agents’ children, kidnapping Barron Trump, stripping and whipping Kristjen Nielsen
As you read the following, remember: @Jack, apparently, condones all of this.

If you follow me on Twitter (or Herman) you may recall that I was sent to the “conservative Twitter Gulag” a couple of weeks ago. I jokingly suggested that a TV show I enjoy should kill off one of its central characters. My “violent rhetoric” resulted in a temporary ban from the platform and I suspect I’ve been operating under some level of “shadowban” ever since. Bear in mind, the person whose death I advocated is fictional.


Horowitz Fallacy
By Mark Andrew Dwyer

Horowitz Fallacy
Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz in his Office’s report “A Review of Various Actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice in Advance of the 2016 Election”, DOJ, June 2018, arrived at apparently false conclusion drawn from presumably true premises.


Media’s favorite GOP-bashing McCain campaign manager stops pretending he’s a Republican
By Dan Calabrese

Media’s favorite GOP-bashing McCain campaign manager stops pretending he’s a Republican
I wonder if he realizes what he’s doing. For a guy who’s thrived on media love ever since he helped elect Barack Obama in 2008 – helped, that is, by being completely inept as the campaign manager for McCain-Palin – he’s taking an awfully big risk here. These blazes of glory are rarely followed by years in the warm glow of the spotlight.


Leftists Taking Language Instruction from Corporations
By Michael R. Shannon

Leftists Taking Language Instruction from Corporations
Jordan Peterson, a Canadian professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, is enjoying some measure of fame and its attendant notoriety for boldly coming out in support of common sense. He’s even steadfast enough to continue his support when it conflicts with edicts from the leftist Speech Police.


Most Recent Columns

New Utah State University Study helps cities budget for Water Main Breaks
Water main breaks by pipe material type
 By Infrastructure News   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

New Utah State University Study helps cities budget for Water Main Breaks
New data from Utah State University Buried Structures Laboratory quantifies water main breaks by pipe material type, helping towns and cities across Canada and the U.S. predict their costs in the future. Since their ground breaking study in 2012, Dr. Steve Folkman has found break rates increased 27% in 5 years and even more troublesome, the replacement rate is not keeping up with the deterioration rate. For a copy of the report, click here For the report in French, click here:


'Go Home to Mommy': Trump Riffs on Protesters at MN Rally for GOP House Candidate

 By Fox News   --American Politics, News, Opinion

'Go Home to Mommy': Trump Riffs on Protesters at MN Rally for GOP House Candidate

President Trump taunted a pair of protesters at a rally he headlined in Duluth, Minnesota for GOP Congressional candidate Pete Stauber.

In the midst of a monologue on illegal immigration and the migrant child housing crisis, a protester began causing a kerfuffle within Trump’s line of sight.


Ottawa’s $5.7 billion in ‘specific claim’ settlements fails to improve First Nations living standards
Specific Claims and the Well-Being of First Nations
 By Fraser Institute   --Canadian News, Politics, Opinion

Ottawa’s $5.7 billion in ‘specific claim’ settlements fails to improve First Nations living standard
CALGARY—The federal government has paid nearly $6 billion over the past four decades to hundreds of First Nations in Canada to settle “specific claims” linked to historical treaties, but there has been no corresponding increase in living standards among those recipient First Nations, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think tank.


Tom Fitton: You can’t Take Anything Comey says at Face Value
JW President Tom Fitton appeared on “Outnumbered OT” on the Fox News Channel to discuss James Comey’s use of a personal email account.
 By Judicial Watch   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Tom Fitton: You can’t Take Anything Comey says at Face Value
JW President Tom Fitton appeared on “Outnumbered OT” on the Fox News Channel to discuss James Comey’s use of a personal email account.


Trump to sign executive order ending separation of illegal immigrant families
The media are determined to hang this practice around Trump’s neck despite the easily accessible evidence that the same thing was going on during the Obama Administration.
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Trump to sign executive order ending separation of illegal immigrant families

I’m not sure how this is legal, and it probably puts an end to any hope that Congress will fix the law so the solution would be legal.

I guess at this point the need to end the political firestorm takes precedent over any of that. They’re not ending zero tolerance, but they’re going to detain families together, even though existing law says they can’t?


Heartbreaking for 1970s Immigrants Saying Goodbye To The America They Once Knew
Say good-bye to what you grew up with and hello to 2018 America altered not by the normal change that the passage of time creates but a socially-engineered globalist entity spawned by the communist Left over the last five decades
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Heartbreaking for 1970s Immigrants Saying Goodbye To The America They Once Knew
The first Americans I’ve met, Pam and her husband James from Chicago worked with my dad at the refinery.  He was an engineer from a small family and she followed him to this God-forsaken country where everyone seemed to be a prisoner. They appeared friendly in a plastic way, smiling all the time for no apparent reason, totally unconcerned about the misery of the oppressed Romanians around them, barely surviving under communism.


Capitol Cover Up: Self-Serving Lawmakers Implement Toothless Sexual Harassment Policy
Next: Retribution and castigation: State agency-conducted sexual harassment investigations punish the falsely accused, improperly prosecuted employees, and payoff the accusers, even after charges are found to be false or retributive
 By Katy Grimes   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Capitol Cover Up: Self-Serving Lawmakers Implement Toothless Sexual Harassment Policy
While the California Legislature is trying to ban reparative therapy for gays who don’t want to live a gay lifestyle, the sham sexual harassment investigations of predatory lawmakers continue en force with lawmakers still enjoying attorney-client privilege, which I have written about since November 2017.


Nikki Haley explains exactly why the U.S. ditched the UN ‘Human Rights Council’
The Trump Administration’s tendency to thumb its nose at long-revered institutions has produced a lot of hand-wringing and gnashing of teeth
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics, News, Opinion

Nikki Haley explains exactly why the U.S. ditched the UN 'Human Rights Council'
I guess it’s an indication of how snowed the left is that you can actually find people today acting like the U.S. withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council is actually some sort of real affront to human rights.


Robot bloodhound tracks odors on the ground
Bloodhounds could soon be replaced with robots that can detect odors on the ground
 By American Chemical Society   --Science-Technology

Robot bloodhound tracks odors on the ground
Bloodhounds are famous for their ability to track scents over great distances. Now researchers have developed a modern-day bloodhound – a robot that can rapidly detect odors from sources on the ground, such as footprints. The robot, reported in ACS Sensors, could even read a message written on the ground using odors as a barcode.


Microbial proteins could supplement animal feed, reduce land use and pollution
Microbial proteins could replace crops grown to feed animals
 By American Chemical Society   --Global Warming-Energy-Environment

Microbial proteins could supplement animal feed, reduce land use and pollution
As the world’s population swells, humans will have to figure out how to keep feeding livestock without using even larger tracts of land to grow food for them or causing more harm to the environment. Scientists report in a study appearing in Environmental Science & Technology that the key could be bacteria that can efficiently produce large amounts of microbial proteins. These proteins could replace some of the crops grown today to feed animals.


Crumple up this keyboard and stick it in your pocket
A new tough and flexible keyboard is usable even after squeezing it.
 By American Chemical Society   --Science-Technology

Crumple up this keyboard and stick it in your pocket
Bendable portable keyboards for use with computers and other electronic devices are already on the market, but they have limited flexibility, and they’re fairly sizable when rolled up for transport. Now researchers have crafted an inexpensive keyboard that is so tough, flexible and thin that it can be crumpled up and tucked in a pocket without damaging it. The study appears in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.


SAF, CCRKBA Warn I-1639 Sponsors That 'Unreadable' Petitions Violate Laws
Fundamental problem with your petitions
 By Second Amendment Foundation   --Guns-Crime-Terror-Security


BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today warned sponsors of anti-gun Initiative 1639 via a demand letter that their campaign “is utilizing unreadable petitions in violation” of state law, and demanded that this be corrected to “conform to the legal requirements.”


Trump's wise to quit the UN “Human Rights” Council
Pompeo and Haley have courageously set them straight. Equality rights cannot be built on inequality for Jews and the Jewish state
 By Anne Bayefsky   --World

Trump's wise to quit the UN Human Rights Council

President Trump has rightly decided to terminate U.S. membership on what UN Ambassador Nikki Haley and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo today called the “misnamed” UN “Human Rights” Council. The move comes after the administration gave the Council 17 months to get serious about reform and to stop spreading antisemitism under the false flag of promoting human rights.


McConnell to move legislation this week that would allow border patrol to jail or deport families together
Change the law so families can stay together and the law can be enforced.
 By Dan Calabrese   --American Politics, News, Opinion

McConnell to move legislation this week that would allow border patrol to jail or deport families together
Given the rising pseudo-outrage over the status quo, you’d think this would be the easiest pass in the history of Senate legislation.

I’m not so sure.


Lifestyles

The Unhinged Left Wants Violence

 By Dag Barkley   --Cartoons

The Unhinged Left Wants Violence


The Great Rainmaking Hoax
Cloud Seeding in the Cotton Fields of Mississippi
 By Jimmy Reed   --Lifestyles

The Great Rainmaking Hoax
Because my lifelong friend and mentor Jaybird had seen hucksters, hawkers, and horse thieves come and go, the old black man often warned me: “Boy, if somebody offers you sumpin’ that sounds too good to be true, it is.” But even he fell for the great rainmaking hoax.


Trey Gowdy at the IG Hearings
Report full of flaws
 By Dag Barkley   --Cartoons

Trey


Hollywood Has Gone Jonestown Crazy
De Niro, O'Donnell, Griffin, Bee, Reiner, Carey
 By Dag Barkley   --Cartoons

Hollywood Has Gone Jonestown Crazy


“But Roosevelt Knows How To Be President!”
Harvard Medical School is educating more students who become professors and researchers. But family physicians must still have a major role
 By Dr. Gifford Jones   --Health and Medicine

But Roosevelt Knows How To Be President!
72 years ago I arrived in Boston. I’d been accepted as a student at The Harvard Medical School. That night a full moon shone on the school’s white marble buildings, an awe-inspiring sight I’ve never forgotten.


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