speaks at DNC 4 replies
The digital Democratic National Convention kicked off this week with a pre-recorded video of “America’s most impactful community leaders” reading the preamble to America’s Constitution. The various participants, mostly Democratic politicians and party activists, might be alarmed to learn that their segment featured Donna Hylton, a 55-year-old Jamaican woman convicted for the kidnapping, rape, torture, and murder of a 62-year-old Long Island real estate broker in 1986. (snip) Just yesterday, reporters bristled after President Trump refused to disavow Qanon, an online conspiracy group suggesting that the Democratic party shields rapists and pedophiles for political purposes.
Kamala Harris Is Not
a Natural Born Citizen 4 replies
If the media were to ask President Trump, “Are you a natural born citizen?,” he would probably respond with, “My father, an American citizen, Fred Trump, was born in New York City, and my mother, Mary Anne, was born in Scotland and became a naturalized American citizen in March 1942.(snip) If you listened to the media, you would think there is no definition anywhere of “natural born citizen.” The media assert that the clause “natural born citizen” isn’t defined anywhere in the U.S. Constitution. But the media hide the fact that “natural born citizen” was specifically defined in the Naturalization Act of 1790.
dishonest, and mostly about Obama 17 replies
Michelle Obama famously said, “When they go low, we go high.” She should have reminded her husband before he gave his speech for the online Democrat convention. Standing in a room in Philadelphia, with the words “Writing the Constitution” over his right shoulder, Obama gave a speech that almost wholly ignored Biden, whom he’d ostensibly come to praise. Instead, Obama viciously attacked Trump and did a constitutional rewrite that allowed him to cast Trump as a constitutional threat. From the start, Obama was up to his old tricks. Even while he wanted to use the Constitution to challenge Trump, he couldn’t praise it.
among the Poor 30 replies
In a recent OpEd from The Guardian, author Larry Elliot opines on the frequency of obesity among low-income households in the U.K., and points out that the problem “in the U.S. mirrors that of the U.K.” Elliot goes on to proclaim, that, “there will be less obesity when people can afford to eat better.” The premise is that poor folks are victims of one injustice or another; in Elliot’s case, he claims they are unable to afford healthy food. This notion has been floating around for several years now, particularly as it relates to children, and is one that is frequently parroted by the left in America.
already fracturing over
DNC featuring a Palestinian
anti-Semite Tuesday night 6 replies
Forget the happy talk of the mainstream media. The Democrats are a coalition of mutually antagonistic factions, united only by their hatred of President Donald Trump. They couldn’t even keep a lid on the conflict between the dominant radicals and the pseudo-moderates propping up senescent Joe Biden as a putative centrist. Don’t look for the mainstream media to mention this, but the Biden campaign actually disavowed one of the speakers during last night’s Democratic National Convention internet TV show, Linda Sarsour and she is muttering about retaliation at the polls.
embarrassingly bad television 5 replies
The political party that has a near-lock on donations and endorsements from the entertainment industry could not muster a tolerable video feed to take advantage of the 2 hours of free television coverage available to them last night. The series of pre-recorded video presentations offered as a substitute for an actual Democrat political convention was so tedious that even one of the runners-up in the Democrats’ contest panned it in a tweet (snip) Trump-hating Republican John Kasich’s segment came in for a ton of mockery
In composing my new book, Unmasking Obama: The Fight to Tell the True Story of a Failed Presidency, I thought hard about whether I should address the question of Barack Obama’s sexuality. Two considerations persuaded me to pursue the issue. One was the no-holds-barred media treatment of the sex life, real and imagined, of Donald Trump and Brett Kavanaugh. The second was the fact that despite Obama’s early feint to the center, his presidency was something of a golden age for gay America. A May 2012 Newsweek cover story, in fact, dubbed Obama “the first gay president.”
shift the narrative and win 8 replies
With the media and the Democrats completely dedicated to fictional narratives, from Trump calling neo-Nazis “fine people” to the wacky conspiracy theory that Trump is sabotaging the US Postal Service in order to disenfranchise voters, the challenge facing the Trump campaign is letting truth annihilate propaganda. I have long stressed that President Trump understands video narratives better than any other president in American history. He was the most successful reality television producer in the history of the medium (snip) We got an excellent preview of the developing mesages yesterday, thanks to Maria Bartiromo.
woke kin out of Marxism 13 replies
In reading historian Paul Kengor’s stunning new book on the demonic roots of the socialist movement — The Devil and Karl Marx – I came across one small section of the book that has the potential to deprogram the young Marxists in your life. (snip) what will trouble the clueless Marxists you might know — and if they are not clueless, they are evil — is Marx’s extravagant racism and anti-Semitism. The anti-Semitism I knew about. The racism I did not.
first court hearing this morning
after being arrested
and jailed last Friday 28 replies
New media reporter Millie Weaver is scheduled to have her first court hearing this morning after a weekend in jail following her arrest last Friday. Weaver’s arrest came on the eve of the release of her 82-minute documentary Shadow Gate that is an exposé of the Deep State with the assistance of two individuals identified as whistleblowers. Her arrest and incarceration in the Portage County Jail in Ravenna, Ohio immediately raised suspicions that she was being subjected to a scary new level of intimidation and censorship. Millennial Millie, as Weaver is known, is a conservative rising star on the new and alternative media landscape
Men Who Fight 14 replies
Recently, I learned from family, friends, and neighbors what happened when Antifa, seeking to cause havoc, came to an Italian-, Irish-, and now Albanian-American Bronx neighborhood and another almost exclusively Italian-American Bronx neighborhood nearby. Apparently, when confronted by an organized and motivated opposition, they decided that discretion was the better part of valor and retired from the field of battle. How unexpected. When their cowardice was exposed, they took their ball and went home — or, perhaps, to another area where they knew they would not face resistance to their riotous depredations.
with Joe’s Dementia 16 replies
Many Americans seem to have understandably concluded that Joe Biden has dementia based on his very public displays of confusion, aphasia, and incoherence. (snip) Joe Biden is presenting exactly as my father did in the early stages — right down to the vacant look in his eyes. (snip) As the disease grabs hold of one’s faculties, men like Biden and my father continue to view themselves as experienced executives — in control, commanding, and coherent; holding court as the family patriarch; the old dude who’s seen it all. They don’t doubt their ability