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Stinking Fish Always Tell The Tale, Whether It’s Business Sabotage Or Dirty Politics

Stinking Fish Always Tell The Tale, Whether It’s Business Sabotage Or Dirty Politics
Bottom liner columnist Joan Swirsky was right on target when she referred to the “stinking fish factor” clinging to fired former FBI Director James Comey.

And she didn’t wait until all the players in the Russians-stole-the-election conspiracy were at each other’s throats to point the “stinking fish factor” out to readers.

This is the author’s note with which Ms. Swirsky prefaced her rejuvenated her 2016 Canada Free Press (CFP) column:

By Judi McLeod - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Trump, Russia and WikiLeaks sued for conspiracy

Trump, Russia and WikiLeaks sued for conspiracy
According to Fox News, “Democratic Party files suit alleging conspiracy by Trump campaign, Russia, WikiLeaks to sway 2016 election.” If memory serves me, the DNC refused to allow the FBI to examine the DNC computers, and Guccifer 2.0 claimed responsibility. However, there’s also speculation that it was an inside job, and it’s likely that someone copied the emails to a thumb drive and walked out with them. And, there’s also a possibility that the Democrats own IT aid copied the emails. Has the DNC forgotten that the phony Russian collusion hysteria has been debunked?

By Charles Wills - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Space—an Eternal Frontier

Space--an Eternal Frontier
From astronomers to futuristic dreamers, the inter-stellar space is the real frontier—for many centuries already.

Anyone who’s looking at the firmament on a clear summer night is likely to agree. There is a “world” of stars, planets, moons, galaxies, and a host of other—mostly unfathomable—objects out there. One can’t deny that.

However, is that a “good enough” reason to spend mega-bucks on trying to “conquer space?”

By Dr. Klaus L.E. Kaiser - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story




Breaking: Desperate DNC files lawsuit alleging Russia/Trump/Wikileaks collusion

Breaking: Desperate DNC files lawsuit alleging Russia/Trump/Wikileaks collusion.
I’m a “glass is half full” kinda guy, so I’m going to go ahead and view this as good news. Apparently, the combined power of the votes she didn’t get, states she ignored, and an electorate that couldn’t stand her wasn’t enough. It took the clandestine forces of Russia, Wikileaks, and Donald Trump to defeat a woman whose popularity remains in freefall, even with her own party.  So, the DNC has filed a lawsuit alleging that there was a “vast every-wing” conspiracy designed to destroy their 2016 nominee.

As the WaPo reports:

By Robert Laurie - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Why I am No Longer a Conservative Republican

Why I am No Longer a Conservative Republican

Maybe it’s just me but I’m tired of the same old same old in our politics. The big-box monopoly parties have morphed into two sides of the same coin, two heads on the same bird of prey. Today our choice boils down to the Conservative Republican tax and spend, infringe personal liberty, and outsource or sovereignty policies or the Liberal Democrat tax and spend, infringe personal liberty, and outsource or sovereignty policies. But of course, since we don’t want to throw away our vote we must vote for one of the big boys. Conservative? Liberal? Tweedle Dee Or Tweedle Dum?

As a voter I’ve had my Damascus Road experience, the scales have fallen from my eyes, and I have reached the point where I would rather throw away my vote voting for someone who might actually try to find a different way to operate our government besides taxing like the Sun King and spending like a drunken sailor. (By the way, do you know the difference between how a drunken sailor spends and how the Republicrats spend? The drunken sailor is spending his own money.)

By Dr. Robert R. Owens - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Gravy Chin

Gravy Chin
His name was Richard Mortis, but folks called him “Rigor” Mortis because, like a two-day-old corpse, he walked with robot stiffness, and when he stopped, nothing moved, except his Adam’s apple, which cycled constantly up and down his long, thin, bony neck.

My boyhood best friend and mentor Jaybird and I called him Gravy Chin because that part of his face protruded out and up, like a sockeye salmon’s lower jaw, and always glistened with the sheen of gravy grease.

Mortis grew produce on land next to my father’s Mississippi Delta farm, and sold it in town. One day, Jaybird and I were preparing to chop weeds out of cotton in a field adjoining Gravy Chin’s truck patch.

By Jimmy Reed - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Rudy Giuliani joins President Trump’s personal legal team, teases end of Mueller probe

Rudy Giuliani joins President Trump’s personal legal team, teases end of Mueller probe in ‘a week or two’
I sincerely believe that Democrats were sure Donald Trump would be – if not imprisoned – removed from office before the end of his first year as President. They were absolutely positive the “Russian collusion” narrative would bring about a swift end to his administration. Obviously, that hasn’t happened yet. Trump is still President, Dems are still foaming at the mouth, and with each passing day it looks more and more like their “bombshell investigation” is going nowhere.

Now, former New York Mayor, former presidential candidate, and newly-minted Trump legal adviser Rudy Giuliani is signaling that the end is near. In fact, if he’s right, it’s just a couple of weeks away and Trump supporters have reason to be optimistic.

By Robert Laurie - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Epic backfire! New book details Hillary campaign’s desire to promote and ‘maximize&#8217

Epic backfire! New book details Hillary campaign’s desire to promote and ‘maximize’ Trump as the GOP nom

Every time I’ve written about the field of 2016 Republican primary candidates, I’ve made the same point.  There may have been 17 hats in the ring, but only two people ever stood a chance of beating Hillary Clinton.  They were Donald Trump and Rand Paul.  Everyone else either had mountains of baggage or lacked the necessary je ne sais quoi to make it across the finish line.

Cruz would have lost, Rubio would have lost, Christie would have lost, and Jeb! would most definitely have lost. To be fair, Paul may have lost too, but if Hillary had been faced with 15 out of the 17 prominent figures on the GOP side of the aisle, she’d definitely be President right now. …And, as we’ve discussed before, she pushed for the one guy she had no way to stop.

By Robert Laurie - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Counter-Revolution In The Sanctuary State?,

Counter-Revolution In The Sanctuary State?
California’s grossly unconstitutional obstruction of federal immigration laws is feeding a growing backlash by local governments against the state’s unprecedented sanctuary laws that shield its 2.4 million illegal aliens from U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement (ICE).

There is a “little bit of a revolution going on in California” over “sanctuary cities,” President Trump told reporters yesterday in Key West, Fla.


Boost for Pompeo: Democrat Heidi Heitkamp says she’ll back his nomination as Secretary of Stat

Boost for Pompeo: Democrat Heidi Heitkamp says she’ll back his nomination as Secretary of State
It would be weird if the same guy who got more than 60 votes to confirm him as CIA director couldn’t get a single vote from the opposition party for Secretary of State, but we live in weird times.

The Republican Senate caucus is mostly behind Mike Pompeo, but mostly isn’t good enough. John McCain is nowhere to be seen and may never turn up in Washington again. Rand Paul seems to have it in for Pompeo because he supported the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and he’s determined to rehash that debate forever.

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Trump: There was no collusion with Russia, except by the Democrats

Trump: There was no collusion with Russia, except by the Democrats
Remember, Christopher Steele’s sources included several Russians, and apparently some of this was being laundered through John Kerry’s State Department so it wouldn’t be so obvious that the Clinton-hired Fusion GPS was getting its information from Igor, Yuri and Sergei.

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

So, How Close To Impossible Do We Have To Get?

So, How Close To Impossible Do We Have To Get?
We have heard the accolades of President Donald Trump’s sons urging the country not to underestimate their father and how he is “a man who has a track record of accomplishing the impossible.”

But, unfortunately, the reality is that these are extremely dangerous times in America, as the dominos begin to fall and the well entrenched deep state moves more aggressively into full panic mode. They have told us daily that President Trump is bad, and that he must be impeached or removed from office by any means necessary, which will obviously be done for-the-good-of-the-country. Or as any loyal Alinsky disciple would say, ‘let the ends justify the means’, just get &#@* Trump out of office, while saying under their breaths ‘before we all go to jail…’

By Fredy 'Brooklyn' Lowe - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

DOJ inspector general: Prosecute Andrew McCabe

DOJ inspector general: Prosecute Andrew McCabe
I guess “lack of candor” is a pretty serious thing.

That’s especially true when it’s a euphemism for lying about who might have leaked information to the media when it fact it was you who leaked it. It’s also true when you call some subordinates on the carpet over the leak . . . when you were the leaker.

By Dan Calabrese - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Prog-Left Making American Way of Life UnBalanced And Way Beyond Unfair

Hello? Is anybody there?
When is it our turn? The slime has oozed above the gunwales. Our president, vice president, their wives and their every conservative supporter - from our truly conservative representatives/senators to conservative voters - have become the brunt of every sort of attack from leftist ‘leadership’, their constituency, and the liberal left media/entertainment industry that empowers them. Obama, Clinton, Comey, Mueller, Rosenstein, by name, have all become trademarks for the unsurpassable height of doubledealing, double-standarded hypocrisy. They have been allowed to travel above and below the law and state in literally getting away with everything. And conservative America, if it dares to complain, is further vilified and told to go suck wind.

By Dave Merrick - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

California’s Sanctuary Opt-Out Revolution

Douglas V. Gibbs being interviewed by KMIR. Local Tea Party President Glenn Stull stands in the background holding the yellow sign  
Douglas V. Gibbs being interviewed by KMIR. Local Tea Party President Glenn Stull stands in the background holding the yellow sign..

On Tuesday Night, April 17, 2018, I arrived at the City of Beaumont’s City Hall at about 4:15 pm. The city council meeting was scheduled to begin at 6:00 pm. I arrived with my very good friend, President of the Banning-Beaumont-Cherry Valley Tea Party, Glenn Stull. From a media point of view, the first on the scene was NBC KMIR out of Palm Springs, who interviewed both Glenn Stull, and I.

The wind was whipping up pretty good, throwing my tie over my right shoulder, but the camera kept rolling and the questions from the female reporter were pretty reasonable. I explained that I was the author of the Sanctuary State opt-out ordinance presented to the Beaumont City Council by the local Tea Party group, and the basic reasons behind it.

By Douglas V. Gibbs - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Mamas, Don’t Let Your Kids Grow Up To Be Marxist Morons!

Mamas, Don’t Let Your Kids Grow Up To Be Marxist Morons!
High school textbooks that depict President Donald Trump as “mentally ill” and his supporters as “a bunch of ignorant, poor, white hillbillies”  and that teach 6-year-olds anal sex are the perfect hide-y-hole for the uninterrupted indoctrination of school children by the public education system.

School boards, teacher activists and the mainstream media are, in fact,  hiding behind trash textbooks and sex education.

Drag them out of their closet of Filth.

By Judi McLeod - Friday, April 20, 2018 - Full Story

Bacon and a Year without Summer

Bacon and a Year without Summer
I’m placing the thickly sliced uncured bacon in the pan and, when it begins to sizzle, the marvelous aroma fills the house. It is a memory from my childhood when Grandma Elena would render bacon fat into lard in her tiny kitchen. It was a preservative for chunks of pork she would seal with wax in glass jars that would feed us for an entire year. It was stored in the cellar, the dank, damp, and constantly cool place. We did not need refrigerators and could not have afforded one anyway.

My dad eventually saved enough money when I was in 12th grade and bought a small refrigerator for our tiny apartment in the city. It was empty most of the time because we did not have food to store. Mom shopped daily and we ate what she purchased, no leftovers. We would cool a watermelon in the fridge in summertime or keep a small glass bottle of milk if we were lucky enough to have found the liter bottles sold in the government-run dairy stores.

By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh - Thursday, April 19, 2018 - Full Story

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