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In Disturbing Trend Of Liberals Embracing Terrorism, MSNBC Anchor Cheers On Rand Paul Assault

After Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) was viciously attacked at his own home by socialist revolutionary Rene Boucher, the mainstream media coverage was not as it would have been if a right winger had accosted a liberal politician. Bizarre rationalizations on the assailant’s behalf were floated, and he was only charged with a misdemeanor and allowed to walk free as Paul struggled to breathe.

Boucher was a confirmed Bernie Sanders fanatic whose Facebook page contained an endless stream of posts promoting leftist narratives. He is becoming something akin to a folk hero of the deranged left, and an MSNBC reporter recently dropped the veil and admitted her jubilance over the cowardly ambush assault.

“This might be one of my favorite stories,” anchor Kasie Hunt said on a live MSNBC broadcast before floating Boucher’s version of events, painting the attack as a scuffle resulting from a landscaping dispute.
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Pinochet-Loving “Brazilian Trump” Emerges As Frontrunner In Nation’s 2018 Presidential Election

Jair Bolsanaro, a outspoken and controversial conservative Brazilian Federal Deputy, has continued his rise in recent weeks towards the top of the polls for the South American country’s 2018 presidential election. Although similar right-wing populist figures have emerged in parts of Europe and Asia over the last years, Latin America has been generally resistant to … Keep Reading

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Alex Jones And Laura Loomer Release ‘Revenge Porn’ Video Of Conservative Lawmaker, Could Face Jail Time

Talk radio host Alex Jones published a disgusting video of Freedom Caucus Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) masturbating today on his social media account, having obtained the video from disgraced Twitter personality Laura Loomer. “People are asking me why I gave exclusive video footage of [Rep. Barton], a Republican, to [Alex Jones]. I’d be a hypocrite … Keep Reading

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What’s Next For North Korea?

Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders held a press conference along with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Monday afternoon. Tillerson reiterated the importance of President Trump’s trip throughout Asia and the diplomatic efforts to suppress nuclear proliferation in North Korea.  When discussing the trip’s goals, Tillerson said, “We continue to turn the pressure up on North Korea by … Keep Reading

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President Donald Trump Bucks Mitch McConnell, Backs Judge Roy Moore

President Donald Trump has finally broken his silence on Judge Roy Moore, the embattled Senate candidate from Alabama who has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women. Trump indicated yesterday that he supports Judge Moore despite the allegations because his far-left Democrat opponent is just too dangerous. “I can tell you one thing for … Keep Reading

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Robert Mugabe, Socialist Dictator, Removed From Office In Zimbabwe

A bloodless coup has taken place in the troubled African nation of Zimbabwe, as the notoriously cruel despot Robert Mugabe has been forced from office after a 37-year reign of terror that made him one of the most reviled heads of state in the world. Mugabe, 93, ignored a party deadline to resign yesterday before … Keep Reading

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Steve Bannon: “Information’s Going To Come Out” Showing GOP Establishment Is Behind Roy Moore Sabotage Campaign

While most Republican Party officials and many big names in the conservative movement back away from Judge Roy Moore following decades-old accusations of sexual impropriety, Breitbart News Executive Director Steve Bannon is standing strong under the pressure. He refused to withdraw his endorsement of Judge Moore, and says it is up to the voters of … Keep Reading

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President Trump Stands With Judge Roy Moore, Refuses To Withdraw Endorsement

President Donald Trump has been conspicuously silent regarding Judge Roy Moore following allegations of decades-old sexual impropriety. Trump brushed off reporters who asked him about the embattled Alabama Senate candidate on two separate occasions in the past week, but his press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders addressed the concerns during a Thursday address to reporters. “The … Keep Reading

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Leftist Newspaper Calls For Mass Gun Confiscation

In response to the shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas last week, an opinion piece in The Boston Globe has called for the mass confiscation of millions of legally purchased firearms, arguing it is “far and away the most effective approach” to stop mass shootings. In a piece aptly titled “Hand over your weapons,” … Keep Reading

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Will Steve Bannon Stand Behind Judge Roy Moore?

Breitbart News Executive Director Steve Bannon, who frequently boasts about his plans of a populist revolution seeking to overturn the GOP orthodoxy since leaving the Trump administration, is facing his first big test as political kingmaker. Judge Roy Moore, the anti-establishment GOP Senate contender in Alabama, is facing immense attacks for accusations of sexual improprieties, … Keep Reading

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Iconic Libertarian Activist Optimistic Following Diagnosis Of Late-Stage Cancer

Justin Raimondo, a prominent libertarian activist of many decades, was recently diagnosed with late-stage adenocaricinoma cancer that he is treating with experimental medication. “However, Keytruda – recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration – for cases like mine, has proved to be a godsend for many patients previously thought hopeless. While the results are … Keep Reading

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House Freedom Caucus Members Stand With Judge Roy Moore, Ted Cruz Capitulates

The attempted political take-down of Judge Roy Moore because of highly specious allegations of sexual impropriety has drawn a line in the sand for the Republican Party. Prominent Republicans are deciding whether they will stand with Moore, or push for Democratic victory in Alabama. Members of the House Freedom Caucus (HFC) are standing strong behind … Keep Reading

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Why The Fuss Over Makeapp?

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If you follow the memeosphere, the hot trending topics, you’ve probably heard about a little app called, er, MakeApp. It’s a cellphone app designed by Russian Ashot Gabrelyanov that purports to be able to use a filter on a woman’s photograph to remove the makeup and reveal her au naturalle skin. It can also add a filter to photographs, and all in all this filter can be applied to both men and women. Doing a bit of research on the topic, the app uses an algorithm to wash out the color of the photograph, and in particular remove color from…

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Al Franken, John Conyers & The Sexual Assault Double Standard

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The last year has been a turbulent year for the American elite. Everyone from prominent politicians to untouchable media giants have been rocked by allegations of sexual assault from women who now feel empowered to speak up. Outside of the political mainstream, even Hollywood’s big names are being rocked by claims of inappropriate sexual behavior. The careers of Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey, both enormous names in Hollywood, are likely over. Individuals like George H.W. Bush, once held in the highest of esteem, now have multiple allegations counting against their legacy. And for all the right reasons. Sexual assault is…

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America Lies To Its Veterans

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As a retired military veteran, it has hurt me and countless others to see what this government has done to veterans in the area of healthcare. Those that are disabled and need to go to the VA are brushed off, forced to wait up to six months for care, or totally ignored all together. Under President Trump it has gotten better, but is still not of the class it should be. There are now earning limits on who can use VA, with the limit at around 23,000 dollars, hardly enough to live on in todays world. Those who are not…

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Roe V. Wade—Nullification Is The “Rightful Remedy”

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Being “pro-life” means a person opposes abortion. But while the pro-life movement seeks to change hearts and minds about abortion, the ultimate goal of the movement is to make abortion illegal. Abortion doctors murder babies, and they should be prosecuted for the crime. How can the pro-life movement bring about the legal prohibition of abortion? The most common hope today is that the Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade (1973), which would return the issue of legality to the states. This is certainly something to hope for. However, it has been over 44 years since Roe, and the Court…

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Sex Scandals Reveal Complete Lack Of Liberal Credibility

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It was refreshing for me to read Matt Lewis’ piece for the Daily Beast, “So, Feminists Are Finally Admitting It: Bill Clinton Was a Cad (or Worse).” It’s a rare moment of introspection on the part of a liberal publication, and it belies a reckoning that the Left has been reticent to acknowledge: They are guilty of every sin they have ascribed to conservatives. A man much wiser than myself once said, “Americans will forgive a liar, we will never forgive a hypocrite.” The Left only now seems to be coming to grips with the significance of such a simple…

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Gun Control Wouldn’t Work In America

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Another spat of mass shootings, and the same old arguments for and against gun control have sprung up like clockwork. Since we all know this isn’t really going to affect anything, allow me to give my two cents on this issue: Gun control would never work in America (and I specify strictly WITHIN the United States). Not only will it not happen in the United States, it would NOT fix the violent crime problem were it to be passed. First of all, yes, it is true that some other nations in the similar economic “level” as the USA have strict…

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Morley: Destructive Paranoia In The CIA During The Cold War

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Among the Grassy Knoll Left, the CIA has always been the prime suspect in the JFK assassination. In their scenario, the Agency had good reason to kill the president as his supposed attempts to end the Cold War threatened the justification for their existence and the source of their sinister power. With the president who represented the “last best hope” in checking this American version of the SS murdered, the CIA continued unchecked its shadowy control of the United States government. Despite being a conspiracy theorist himself, Jefferson Morley, nevertheless keeps his head about the Agency in this good but…

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Diana Trilling: Guerrilla Feminist

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When female biographers examine subjects of the same gender via traditionalist institutions (marriage, motherhood), feminists are quick to blast them for affirming the male stereotype of women writers as being unable to write about anything unconnected to a man. But such a view is a-historical when one is dealing with a subject that did not come of age in the Feminist Movement of the 1960s, and deprives the reader of a kind of guerrilla feminism going on beneath traditional roles. Natalie Robins in this good but often frustrating biography manages to rescue Diana Trilling, Nation reviewer, essayist and one of…

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Kim Philby In Moscow: Not What He Wished For

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A retired CIA agent was once asked what he would say to Kim Philby, an MI5 agent who spied for Joseph Stalin, if he encountered the defector in Moscow. Rather than angrily confront Philby, the American stated he would ask with considerable satisfaction, “How do you like Moscow now, Kim?” If for once Philby was honest with a Western intelligence agent, the answer would have been not much. For Philby’s Moscow years, from the time of his defection in 1963 to his death almost 30 years ago, in 1988, were marked with a heavy disillusionment he couldn’t drink away. But…

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College Leftists Grow So Unhinged That Even Joe Biden Is Crying Foul

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This week an invited speaker at a university blasted campus leftists across the nation for using violent tactics to silence the views of conservative speakers. But for once this criticism of the protesters who beat up students (along with innocent bystanders) for merely wanting to attend the speeches was not voiced by a conservative. Instead the criticism was uttered by a former official in the frankly leftist Obama administration: former Vice President Joe Biden. Before a University of Delaware audience, Biden defended the First Amendment rights of those who campus radicals found detestable, as well as the rights of students…

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Conservative Turf War: Chambers Vs. Rand

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There’s an old saying that has a kernel of truth to it: “That it takes a maniac to defeat a maniac.” There are exceptions to this rule as in the case of the calm and empirical Joseph Welch destroying the fanatical Joseph McCarthy with one phrase (“Have you no sense of decency?”).  But more often than not, fanatics are outmanned by their counterparts. An example is how then-Congressman Richard Nixon, already malformed with self-pity and paranoia, sensed early and correctly that the New Deal darling, Alger Hiss was a sociopathic liar who against all accumulating and damaging evidence denied his…

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The Friendship Of Jimmy Stewart And Henry Fonda Shows That Partisanship Can Be Overcome

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Uber-liberal Orson Welles once offered as a reason for his friendship with the equally conservative John Wayne was that the latter had “better manners” than the director’s liberal friends. There is certainly a kernel of truth in this when viewed from our vantage point. There are of course some instances where conservatives go into the gutter—and if one considers Trump a conservative then “bad manners” are expressed from the highest office in the land. But by and large it is celebrity liberals today who are the most hateful. A prime example is when liberal actor George Clooney mocked the Alzheimer…

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Hey GOP Establishment, Want To Cut The Burden Of Government? Cut Spending

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Washington, DC is currently in the middle of a the “tax reform” process, which as Jeff Deist, points out, is ” a con, and a shell game.” Tax reform proposals, Deist continues “always evade and obscure the real issue, which is the total cost — financial, compliance, and human — taxes impose on society.” Tax reform is really about which interest groups can modify the current tax code to better suit their own parochial interests. The end result is not a lessened tax burden overall, and thus does nothing to boost real savings, real wealth creation, or real economic growth. It’s just yet another government method of…

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Is The Right To Privacy A Right At All?

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Arguably the most esteemed right of libertarians is the right to privacy. This is perhaps the very crux of what libertarianism is–the right to have a life free of intrusion. This is the one right libertarians have used as a means to argue against the Patriot Act, mass surveillance, and big government overall. It is often cited as unconstitutional when a government program oversteps this cherished right that libertarians claim the Founders alluded to in the Ninth Amendment. But lately I’ve been struck with the question as to whether or not “privacy” is a right. This came when I inspected…

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How ‘The FREE Act’ Could ‘Freeze’ The Credit Industry

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Between May and July, hackers breached the cybersecurity of Equifax, a company that provides consumer credit scores, exposing the personal details of up to 143 million U.S. consumers. This information included names, driver’s license numbers, and Social Security numbers. Democrats immediately jumped at the chance to regulate the credit industry. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Sen. Brian Schatz (D-HI) proposed the Freedom from Equifax Exploitation Act (FREE Act), a panicked, overreaching response to an event that doesn’t define or represent the credit industry. The FREE Act would ultimately enable the excessive and unnecessary regulation of a credit industry that provides…

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Rand Paul’s Deathsquads

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Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has done more than most Republicans in outreach efforts to leftists and minorities. Paul has tried to distance himself from the fringe of his party and movement, and grow the GOP with new demographics to make it a true big tent party. He has led this charge for many years. For these outreach efforts, he was greeted with an assassination attempt at his own home by his socialist revolutionary neighbor. The liberal media, who Paul tried so hard to placate throughout his Senate career, cheered on the leftist and avidly propagandized on his behalf, clearly trying…

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Why Are We Angry?

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The arbiters of our culture at Old Media outlets such as the Washington Post and the New York Times, and the “young and hip” people who write exactly like the Old Media outlets (Huffington Post, Salon, etc) have been in something of a conniption for the past year and a half. Namely, they’ve been wondering what is to be done with these revolting peasants? When they do try to understand it, I can’t help but notice that their “explanations” are one of two of the exact same paradigms that have existed for decades: Either those poor beknighted people are dupes…

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Hitting Women Back In The Age Of Feminism: Is It Kosher?

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It was a right hook seen and heard around the internet; a viral video, now at the center of controversy, spawning a nationwide debate challenging traditional social norms around gender. THE INCIDENT The incident took place November 4, 2017, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. The Miami Hurricanes faced off against the Virginia Tech Hokies. Throughout the game, Miami fan Bridget Frietas was consuming a lot of alcohol. Reports indicate she was running high on ‘liquid courage,’ and began getting belligerent with some fans in her section; screaming a number of profanities. Four officers were called to the section where…

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Why Hatred Of Whites Is Here To Stay

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Not so long ago, mere mention of the deliberate murder of whites in South Africa—country folk and commercial farmers, in particular—was called “racist.” “Raaacist!” the media collective brayed when candidate Trump retweeted a related “white genocide” hashtag. It’s still “racist” to suggest that the butchering of these whites, almost daily, in ways that beggar belief, is racially motivated. Positively scandalous is it to describe the ultimate goal of a killing spree, now in its third decade, thus: the ethnic cleansing of white, farming South Africa from land the community has cultivated since the 1600s. Be thankful for small mercies: At…

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Manhattan Terror Attack Highlights What’s Wrong With U.S. Immigration Policy

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Last Tuesday, 29-year-old Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov killed eight people after yelling “Allahu akhbar” and mowing a van into a crowd of pedestrians in Manhattan. The New York City Police deemed it a terrorist attack. According to ABC New York, Saipov entered the United States in 2010 from Uzbekistan on a “Diversity Visa.” Following his entrance to the United States, 23 of Saipov’s family members used him as their “primary contact” to enter the United States. The U.S. gives out 50,000 Diversity Visas every year via the Diversity Visa Lottery. The Diversity Visa Lottery, which began in 1995, does not require…

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Weekend Of Fights Shows That NFL Brutes Belong Behind Bars, Not On Pedestals

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This past weekend, NFL players – who alongside Hollywood stars that regularly get on their knees for acting roles function as our collective moral compass nowadays – across the country were involved in a series of grizzly brawls adding further embarrassment and shame to the beleaguered organization with its ratings already in the toilet. Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver AJ Green savagely attacked Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey, choking him and pummeling him brutally for no particular reason. Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Flynn leveled New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore, again, for no good reason. In both situations, the…

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Letter From England 3: The Puritan Hypothesis In British Politics

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Charlie Elphicke is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Dover and Deal. This makes him my Member of Parliament. On Friday the 3rd November 2017, he discovered – via the media, he says, not from any official notification – that he was suspended from the Conservative Party, and that the Police had been asked to investigate him. No reason for this was given. However, Mr Elphicke’s name was on a confidential list, compiled by Central Office, and immediately leaked on social media, of politicians said to be unable to keep their hands to themselves. Nothing more has been said about…

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A Muslim Ban Is Logical, Moral, Even Libertarian

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CNN’s Jake Tapper wanted to know if there was anything that could have prevented the murderous rampage, in Manhattan, by a Muslim immigrant, who had been recruited to live in America for no good reason. Once upon a time that was known as a rhetorical question. To ask the question would have been to answer it. Broadcaster Mark Levin was no less obscurantist. You can’t bring certain individuals like the culprit, Uzbek Sayfullo Saipov, into the US, because … of their governments, Levin raged on Fox News. There’s no way to vet individuals from chaotic countries with ineffective governments. Sure,…

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Obama Administration’s Bank Regulation Still Widening Gap Between Rich And Poor

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One of the most devastating consequences of the Obama Administration has been that Americans who don’t have the luxury of large bank accounts are continuing to be treated like second-class citizens by the US financial system. The Wall Street Journal this week offered another example this week in an article noting that banks are now paying higher interest rates to keep their wealthiest clients from shopping their services to other institutions. Even though the federal funds rate has remained at historically low levels, in theory the recent string of minor interest rates hike by the Fed should have allowed savers to start seeing…

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An Outstanding Parable For Masculinity

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Today’s post is about a video game. Don’t close the window, I have a serious point in all of this! I freely admit that as a hobby, games are not in the least constructive, and correspondingly, as I’ve grown up, have bills to pay and dedicate most of my free time to my creative endeavors, my time playing games has decreased. But I still feel that video games have the potential to be a great art form, and should be taken seriously (the fact that the games currently and pretentiously trying to be “art” are all terrible is an issue for…

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