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Cops Knock Man Off Bicycle, Then Make Up Charges and Arrest Him to Justify It

Calexit gets go-ahead to start collecting signatures

Uranus Smells Like Rotten Eggs

Suicide of the West HOW THE REBIRTH OF TRIBALISM, POPULISM, NATIONALISM, AND IDENTITY POLITICS IS DESTROYING AMERICAN DEMOCRACY By JONAH GOLDBERG s

Total Control: New Measures Toward Global Totalitarianism

Civic Anarchism and Statism: I Believe in the State

'A Man Without Courage': Dershowitz Slams Comey for Leaking Trump Memos

Comey, the memos and the question of what’s classified

The 10 Highest BACs Ever Recorded (You are supposed to be dead at 0.4)

Woman fined $500 for saving free Delta Air Lines apple

Under attack, the FBI becomes a partisan battleground

Dad, Why Do I Have To Go To School?

Michigan town’s feud over military gear gets ugly

Democrats are getting desperate as Mueller stalls

Entire County Refuses to Obey New Gun Control Law, Declares Itself Gun Owner Sanctuary

Body Cam Shows Cops Never Got Out of Car to Look for Trapped Boy as He Died Right By Them

Penn State's 98-Year-Old Outing Club Is No Longer Allowed to Go Outside

14 Years Ago, Pat Tillman Was Killed and Gov’t Covered Up the Truth to His Death to Sell War

Strange Sounds in the Sky 2018

Strange Sounbds in the Sky 2018

Why I Won't Read James Comey's Book

The Sequel on The Conservative Cave on 22 Apr 2018

Hundreds of Muslims from Bangladesh breaching US border at Laredo, Texas

Revealed: Robert Mueller's FBI Repeatedly Abused Prosecutorial Discretion

A Pelosi joke

Mitt Romney fails to secure Utah GOP nomination, will face primary

Giuliani Looks To Swiftly End Mueller's Investigation

Man makes pipe-guns from scrap, sells them to gun “buyback” program for $300

Rocket Man no more: North Korea suspending nuclear and ICBM testing

Meanwhile in Sweden: Shootings And Grenade Attacks Are So Common, the Media Doesn’t Bother to Report Them Anymore (VIDEO)

Interview With Boy In ‘Chemical Attack’ Video: ‘We Didn’t See Any Chemical Attack Symptoms’

The Comey Memos Read Like The Diary Entries Of A Young Teenager

The Democratic (Democrat-Communist) Party filed a lawsuit alleging a conspiracy by Russian officials, the Trump campaign and Wikileaks to damage the Clinton campaign

Brooklyn postal worker arrested after 17,000 pieces of undelivered mail found

Facebook Suspends (Black) Conservative Comedian For Posting Abusive Messages Sent To Him

Bitter lessons 25 years after Waco, Texas, siege

Woman Calls Police Over Man Wearing Pro-Gun T-Shirt At Park

On This Day in 1914, US Military Slaughtered Kids in Colorado and JD Rockefeller Had Media Cover It Up

The Democrats’ circumstantial case against the president who beat them

DNC files suit alleging Russia, the Trump campaign, and WikiLeaks conspired to disrupt the 2016 election

The Oklahoma City Bombing - Were there additional explosive charges and additional bombers?

23 Years Later: The Oklahoma City Bombing Story You Were Never Told About

In Louisiana, Threatening to File a Complaint Against Police Can Lead to a Five-Year Prison Sentence

This Is The Problem: Out of Top 100 News Outlets, Not a Single One Questioned Syrian Attack

Child ‘Victim’ of Alleged Syrian Gas Attack Speaks Out, Says He Was Given Food to Make the Video

Police Go Undercover for Months, Spend Thousands to Bust FSU Quarterback with Tiny Bit of Weed

Flashback: Vice President Joe Biden: No improper motive by feds at Waco, the Davidians “committed suicide”

US Intel Officials Just Admitted U.S. Bombed Syria with No Proof of Sarin Attack

If you like eating dogs, prepare for a ban

Men arrested at Starbucks were there for business meeting hoping to change 'our lives’


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Jeff Sessions and His Enemies
Post Date: 2018-04-13 11:26:34 by Willie Green
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A rare left-right agreement in Washington: disliking the attorney general. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has critics, detractors, rivals, backbiters, and saboteurs—a real enemies list. Let’s see who’s on the list: the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado, EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, conservative funders Charles and David Koch, Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan of the House Freedom Caucus. And that’s just some of the prominent Republicans and conservatives. Here are others: Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey, Senator Pat Leahy of Vermont, Governor Jerry Brown and Senator Kamala Harris of California, Representative Luis ...

"Coffee Coffee Coffee!!? (R)emember when...
Post Date: 2018-04-07 09:30:11 by VxH
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... people understood the difference between the (R) in the former USA, and the one in the USSR - where the wife of the current POTUS was raised by a card carrying member of the Soviet Communist Party?

New social network Gab.ai preaches freedom of expression for internet users [pro-Trump]
Post Date: 2018-04-01 14:13:32 by Tooconservative
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If the First Amendment is your thing, there’s a new space on the internet just for you. Gab.ai, which only launched under a month ago, has caught the attention of thousands of right-leaning users, with 12,000 registered and 42,000 waitlisted for the site, which promises almost total freedom of speech to its users. Founded by Andrew Torba, an open Trump supporter, the site follows the coattails of Facebook and Twitter’s recent battles with user censorship, including perhaps most notably, Twitter’s banishment of controversial conservative Internet personality Milo Yiannopoulos for his harassment campaign against actor Leslie Jones. Torba sees the alternative to sites like ...

Rand Paul, king of Senate drama, is at it again
Post Date: 2018-03-22 17:58:53 by Gatlin
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The Kentucky senator has yet to decide whether to really get on fellow senators’ nerves by delaying a massive spending bill. Rand Paul is keeping everyone in suspense yet again. The junior senator from Kentucky is refusing to rule out forcing another brief government shutdown over his protests of the $1.3 trillion spending bill, which he has called “budget-busting” and a return to “Obama spending and trillion-dollar deficits.” Fellow senators are trying desperately to persuade him to let the Senate vote on the spending bill Thursday and avoid unnecessarily keeping them in town on Friday and into the weekend. Paul was noncommittal on Thursday as he walked into a ...

Wisconsin GOP Senator Scott Fitzgerald Protects Perverts
Post Date: 2018-03-21 09:09:46 by Willie Green
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WISCONSIN - Many people are appalled that Wisconsin Senate president Scott Fitzgerald denied the state senate a vote on a bill that would upgrade animal sexual abuse from a misdemeanor to a felony."It's a shame," Joe Lambert, a horse owner in Denmark, said. Senator Fitzgerald said he didn't want to vote on the bill because he didn't want the media to bring attention to it once the session ended."The senator didn't want this to happen he was afraid the press was going to talk about sexual abuse to animals," Joe Lambert said. "I think it's something that needs to be discussed."The bill was proposed by Representative Andre Jacque ...

Arizona's Flake, in New Hampshire, mulls 2020 challenge to Trump
Post Date: 2018-03-16 22:41:37 by hondo68
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Retiring U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake, an inveterate critic of President Donald Trump, charged in a Thursday speech to the National Press Club that his fellow Republicans “might not deserve to lead” because of their blind loyalty to the president.The Arizonan also said he could wage a 2020 GOP primary challenge against Trump. "It's not in my plan to run for president, but I am not ruling it out. Somebody needs to stand up for traditional Republicanism," Flake said. "Somebody needs to raise that, for nothing else than to give people hope that that decent party will be back. We'll get through this." "It's not in my plan to run for president, but I ...

Rick Saccone’s Pennsylvania blunder was very expensive for Republicans
Post Date: 2018-03-14 15:22:35 by Willie Green
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Republican groups essentially lit more than $7 million on fire in Pennsylvania. In a race that’s still undecided, GOP candidate Rick Saccone fell short in the Pennsylvania House special election, in a district that President Donald Trump won by 20 points.Saccone, a state legislator who called himself “Trump before Trump was Trump,” is behind Democrat Conor Lamb, a 33-year-old attorney and former Marine, in a special election to replace former Republican Rep. Tim Murphy, who resigned last year after reports revealed he had asked a woman he was having an affair with to have an abortion. Lamb has declared victory, but Saccone has yet to concede.Regardless of outcome, after an ...

Nick Freitas: The Most Interesting Liberty Republican You've Never Heard Of
Post Date: 2018-03-07 16:07:31 by hondo68
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Published on Jan 30, 2018 Matt Kibbe sits down with Nick Freitas, who's running for U.S. Senate in Virginia, to talk about liberty and the Constitution. Poster Comment: Nick Freitas, a Republican member of the Virginia House of Delegates WATCH: A Star Is Born! Speech On Guns By VA Lawmaker Causes Democrat Walk-Out, Goes Viral Emotionally shaken

Trump, Slayer of Pushers
Post Date: 2018-03-07 10:49:06 by Deckard
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If drug dealers have blood on their hands, so do drug warriors.The president wants to kill drug dealers, which he thinks would be a legal, moral, and effective way to prevent opioid-related deaths. He is wrong on all three counts. "Some countries have a very, very tough penalty—the ultimate penalty—and by the way, they have much less of a drug problem than we do," Donald Trump said during a White House summit on opioid abuse last Thursday. The remark was consistent with reports of private conversations in which Trump has said drug dealers deserve the death penalty. Federal law already authorizes execution for certain drug traffickers. Offenders subject to "the ...

Trump the 'Big Second Amendment Person' Becomes 'Trump the Gun Grabber'
Post Date: 2018-03-02 05:43:12 by Deckard
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Trump's embrace of gun control is consistent with his views before he ran for president.Donald Trump's embrace of gun control during a meeting with members of Congress yesterday was startling to anyone who took seriously his pose as a staunch defender of the Second Amendment during his presidential campaign. But it looks more like a reversion to his actual opinions if you take a longer view. Yesterday Trump assured legislators that he will soon impose an administrative ban on bump stocks and said he supported legislation aimed at encouraging the sharing of information with the FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), which is used to clear people who buy ...

The GOP Is Serious About Impeaching P.A. Judges for Reversing Their Gerrymander
Post Date: 2018-02-22 21:05:54 by Gatlin
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When a Pennsylvania Republican legislator responded to the invalidation by his state’s Supreme Court of the congressional map he and his colleagues had fashioned by introducing articles of impeachment of the five justices involved, nobody was terribly surprised, even though Cris Dush’s argument that the court was defying the sovereignty of God was a bit exotic. And when Republican U.S. representative Ryan Costello joined the impeachment parade, that, too was predictable: The new congressional map made his relatively safe district highly competitive. Of course he’d respond to this existential threat to his career with every weapon imaginable. But now the impeachment talk ...

Trump's loyalty to the NRA diminishes hopes for stronger gun control
Post Date: 2018-02-22 20:54:07 by Gatlin
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When it comes to new gun restrictions in 21st century America, the smart bet is: not happening. President Donald Trump on Thursday dangled the possibility of change. He reserved his greatest enthusiasm for supplying selected teachers with guns in hopes they could stop school shootings faster than police. But Trump also tweeted that he'll be "strongly pushing" Congress for tougher gun purchase background checks and a higher legal age for buying rifles. Yet no one should count on the president facing down the National Rifle Association, which opposes the latter two steps. Throughout his tumultuous administration, Trump has consistently demonstrated unwillingness to ...

Ted Cruz embraces Trump ahead of re-election
Post Date: 2018-02-22 20:47:48 by Gatlin
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Washington (CNN)Up for a second Senate term in Texas this year, "Lyin' Ted" Cruz, as President Donald Trump nicknamed him, is suddenly Trump's biggest fan. Faced with a potentially tough re-election battle against Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke, Cruz has used recent public appearances -- including a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday -- to embrace Trump, stake out hard-line positions in debates over gun control and immigration, and antagonize Democrats. On Thursday, he even invoked "The Simpsons." "The Democrats are the party of Lisa Simpson," Cruz said of the know-it-all character. "And Republicans are ...

Trump says he's thinking about pulling ICE from California
Post Date: 2018-02-22 20:38:11 by Gatlin
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Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump declared on Thursday he was considering withdrawing Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents from California as punishment for what he claimed was a "lousy management job" in patrolling illegal immigration. "You know what, I'm thinking about doing it," Trump said at a roundtable with state and local officials to address ideas to stop gun violence in the wake of the Parkland school massacre. His comments came after he decried the state of law enforcement in the Golden State. "We're getting no help from the state of California. Frankly, if I pulled our people from California, you would have a crime nest like ...

Utah Sen. Romney challenge President Trump in 2020
Post Date: 2018-02-22 15:50:47 by hondo68
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Commentary: Could Utah Sen. Romney challenge President Trump in 2020?Romney would more likely not be the typical obedient freshman senator.Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney makes a speech about the state of the 2016 presidential race and Donald Trump at the Hinckley Insitute of Politics at the University of Utah Thursday March 3. Mitt Romney is now an announced candidate for the U.S. Senate. He did so in an online video aired Friday morning — rather than making a traditional announcement before a room of supporters. His announcement featured scenes of Utah’s mountains and people as well as the state capitol and the Utah Olympic Oval. He ...

Why Did it Have to be ... Guns?
Post Date: 2018-02-19 22:27:06 by hondo68
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Over the past 30 years, I've been paid to write almost two million words, every one of which, sooner or later, came back to the issue of guns and gun-ownership. Naturally, I've thought about the issue a lot, and it has always determined the way I vote. People accuse me of being a single-issue writer, a single- issue thinker, and a single- issue voter, but it isn't true. What I've chosen, in a world where there's never enough time and energy, is to focus on the one political issue which most clearly and unmistakably demonstrates what any politician -- or political philosophy -- is made of, right down to the creamy liquid center. Make no mistake: all politicians -- even ...

How A Plea Reversal From Michael Flynn Could Uncover More Federal Corruption
Post Date: 2018-02-19 21:24:41 by Gatlin
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On Friday, Judge Emmet Sullivan issued an order in United States v. Flynn that, while widely unnoticed, reveals something fascinating: A motion by Michael Flynn to withdraw his guilty plea based on government misconduct is likely in the works. Just a week ago, and thus before Sullivan quietly directed Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team to provide Flynn’s attorneys “any exculpatory evidence,” Washington Examiner columnist Byron York detailed the oddities of Flynn’s case. The next day, former assistant U.S. attorney and National Review contributing editor Andrew McCarthy connected more of the questionable dots. York added even more details a couple of days later. ...

Ros-Lehtinen: GOP Must Attract Millennials, Women and Minorities
Post Date: 2018-02-18 21:11:04 by treeingwalkercoonhound
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Minorities — that have always been traditionally a group that we should really be going after, I don't see that we really have a recruiting program that's active to get minorities involved in our party,” she continued. Minorities aren't stupid. Why vote for a knock-off when you can elect the real deal? Meanwhile the Uniparty just keeps chugging along. Repukes thinking if they only offer more entitlement programs than the Dems the minorities will switch parties. Disgusting. Nothing short of deportation of all illegals. ending of DACA and ending of anchor-baby status and reeducation programs for those who are legally immigrated will change any of this. As long as the ...

House Freedom Caucus Is On the Warpath Again
Post Date: 2018-02-16 18:19:27 by Gatlin
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Members of the House Freedom Caucus are at it again. As the Huffington Post's Matt Fuller reports, this time they're more or less threatening a coup against Speaker Paul Ryan unless he sticks to their script on immigration: They want a vote on the restrictionist bill offered by Bob Goodlatte, and they certainly don't want votes on any compromise measure that might emerge from the Senate. They're already upset with Ryan because of the recently passed agreement on spending for the remainder of the fiscal year, along with raising the debt limit and various other measures. The truth, however, is that the conservative radicals are the ones responsible for that bill. Democrats ...

With McCain’s retreat, some turn to Romney to carry his torch
Post Date: 2018-02-16 05:21:21 by Gatlin
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Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), right, appears with Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential nominee, in January 2012. In more ways than one, followers of traditional Republican orthodoxy are facing an emotional inflection point this week. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), at home battling an aggressive form of brain cancer, will not attend this weekend’s Munich Security Conference, an annual gathering of foreign policy leaders from NATO nations that has become a central clearinghouse for global security matters and a celebration of Western values and democratic institutions. McCain, an avatar of all of the above, has been a regular attendee for decades. Last year, less than a month after ...

Drama on the House floor from the Freedom Caucus
Post Date: 2018-02-14 23:19:53 by Gatlin
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DRAMA -- “House conservatives almost topple tax vote,” by Bernie Becker, Sarah Ferris, and Colin Wilhelm: “House conservatives threatened to derail a key tax vote on Monday in an attempt to win more influence over the GOP’s spending strategy, just four days before the deadline to fund the government. In a dramatic political stunt, more than a dozen members of the House Freedom Caucus withheld their support for a crucial procedural vote on the GOP’s tax bill, threatening an embarrassing blow to GOP leadership. “The conservatives eventually relented, approving what had been thought to be a formality — a motion to appoint negotiators to hammer out a final ...

Meet the most powerful man in the House
Post Date: 2018-02-14 23:03:07 by Gatlin
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How Rep. Mark Meadows came to control the Republican agenda’s future. On a July afternoon in the Capitol Building, in the course of giving his play-by-play of the Senate’s health care debate, Mark Meadows showed me the call log on his iPhone. The first name was Steve Bannon, followed by Reince Priebus — both of whom would resign from the White House in the coming weeks but who were, at the time, top aides to President Trump. Then, in all caps, came a code name that was hard to miss: VIP POTUS. Meadows tried to play off the names as unusual, a flurry of high-profile calls all flowing from the Senate’s failed health care push. But in the scheme of Washington today, ...

House Conservatives [Freedom Caucus] Revolt Over Immigration
Post Date: 2018-02-14 22:08:12 by Gatlin
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Two leaders of the House Freedom Caucus warn they won’t support a “bad immigration bill.” As is traditional during Infrastructure Week, nobody on Capitol Hill is talking about infrastructure. Instead, lawmakers are zeroing in on immigration and the young undocumented immigrants whose protection from deportation expires in March. But while all eyes are on the Senate’s not-so-freewheeling debate on those issues, the real action is perhaps in the lower chamber. There, House Republicans are grappling with their own path forward on immigration—and on Wednesday morning, internecine tensions boiled over. Representative Mark Meadows, chairman of the House Freedom ...

Freedom Caucus Fires Fresh Warning Shots to Ryan on Immigration ‘Consequences’
Post Date: 2018-02-14 22:01:24 by Gatlin
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House Freedom Caucus leaders fired off fresh warning shots Wednesday to Speaker Paul D. Ryan that there will be repercussions if he moves an immigration measure that runs contrary to what President Donald Trump and conservative Republicans campaigned on in 2016. “It is the defining moment for this speaker,” HFC Chairman Mark Meadows said. “If he gets it wrong, it will have consequences for him, but it will also have consequences for the rest of the party.” Meadows did not elaborate on what those consequences would be, but some of his caucus members have been clear for months that Ryan striking a bad deal on immigration would potentially be a deathly blow to his ...

Rand Paul tried to do his job, and got the wrath of the Senate in exchange
Post Date: 2018-02-14 21:53:02 by Gatlin
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While you were (hopefully) sleeping last Thursday night, the government shut down. The only way most Americans would have noticed is if they were awoken by the shrill, indignant screams coming from senators made furious by having do their jobs. In the wee hours of Friday morning, congressional Republicans passed a bill that blew a $2 trillion-dollar black hole in the deficit, annihilated the budget caps, raised the debt ceiling, and funded all manner of unrelated spending, from agriculture subsidies to child care. All told, the bill amounted to spending that was 311 percent higher than President Obama’s final budget request. Senate Republicans, all of whom ran on a platform of ...

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