“good” racism…harvard-style

Want another example of “good racism”…i.e. racism that is both accepted and tolerated by entities which claim to be unalterable opposed to racism? Here it is, via the following excerpts from Paul Mirengoff’s article at powerlineblog.com: In 2013, the Harvard Office of Institutional Research found that Asian-Americans would comprise 43.4 percent of the admitted class if...

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Another fbi plant in the trump campaign?

Henry Greenberg. Remember the name.  Because if media’s attention to Stefan Halper is any indication, it is likely to be buried, so you will forget it. Who is Greenberg and what is his importance? From Chuck Ross’s article at dailycaller.com. Two Trump campaign associates say they were approached in May 2016 by a Russian national who offered to sell damaging information about Hillary...

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A plea to/for hillary clinton

Dear God.. Please… When will this classic pain in the rear end stop whining and just go away? From Bradford Betz’s article at Fox News”: Blame it on the bullies? In a surprise appearance Friday, Hillary Clinton delivered a commencement address to graduates of San Francisco’s exclusive Hamlin School. Media reports said Secret Service personnel whisked the former Democratic...

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The family separation scandal

What a terrible scandal.  Separating Mexican families who are trying to enter the US..  Keeping children from their parents for months at a time. From Joshua Partlow’s article for the Washington Post: LAREDO, Tex. — Last spring, as Central American children flooded into Texas in a way he had never seen in his three-decade career, Border Patrol agent Robert Harris decided to...

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The paragraphs of the day

Today’s paragraphs come to us from George Neumayr, writing for Americam Spectator (spectator.org). In his latest commentary, Mr. Neumayr deconstructs and reassembles former FBI director james comey with surgical precision…and extreme, fully deserved, prejudice. Here, see for yourself: The picture that emerges of Jim Comey from the Inspector General’s report is one of an...

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The quote of the day

Today’s quote comes to us from one of my favorite people in politics:  Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) Senator Graham and Donald Trump have had a very rocky personal relationship since the 2016 primary season, brought on by Mr. Trump’s unseemly, juvenile name-calling and personal insults aimed at both Mr. Graham and other opponents;  one of Mr. Trump’s least appealing attributes...

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The depth of the hillary deep state fix.

How deep was the deep state fix in for Hillary Clinton? Read this excerpt from Terence P. Jeffrey’s article at cnbc.com, and find out: One of the four FBI case agents working on the Hillary Clinton email investigation—who was also one of the two FBI agents who interviewed her at the conclusion of that investigation—triumphantly referred to Clinton as “the President” four days...

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MOBY MANAFORT

Paul Manafort seems pretty clearly to be a bad guy. He was hired by the Trump administration, was named Trump’s campaign manager in June, 2016 and fired in August – months before the 2016 election. Now, can someone please explain to me why robert mueller’s “investigation”,  which is supposed to deal with collusion and obstruction of justice during the 2016 campaign...

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THE HOROWITZ REPORT

Inspector General Michael Horowitz has finally released his report on the FBI”s conduct during the 2016 election. Both sides are going to try and spin IG Horowitz’s findings. And so will a good many in the media (I watched several minutes of an especially desperate attempt to do so on CNN). But there is no getting away from the fact that it accuses former FBI Director James Comey of...

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The small business boom & the mid-term elections: a recipe

How strong are small businesses since the Trump/Republican tax legislation kicked in? Here is your answer, via Conor Beck’s article at freebeacon.com: The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) in May determined small business enthusiasm to be at its second highest point since it started tracking the measure in 1973. The NFIB’s small business optimism index reached 107.8...

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Pelositis: is it hereditary?

Pelositis: a condition that causes politicians to say and do things, no matter how stupid they are, which play to their hardline base and alienate everyone else. OK,  OK. I admit it. There is no such thing as Pelositis. I made it up. But if there were, it would be more than evident in this astonishing, just-passed decision by the Democrat National Committee. From Alexander C. Kaufman’s...

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Trump’s unconventional black connection: what it means

Republican candidates cannot get the Black vote. Virtually all of it goes to Democrats. We all know that, don’t we? Uh…maybe not any more. In 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump shook things up by pointing to the horrible, never-changing conditions in one-party Democrat-ruled inner cities, and told Black voters to consider him because “what the hell do you have to lose”? The...

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About those media attacks on the Trump-kim summit…

It didn’t take long. Now a good many in the media are attacking the summit meeting between President Trump and kim jung-un. A point of order for them: This was a single meeting, lasting just a few hours.  If we are being advised correctly, it yielded a framework for denuclearization, a promise to return the remains of 6,000 or so of our fallen soldiers an DC the opening of a dialogue on...

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The quote of the day

Today’s quote comes to us from the increasingly ridiculous, unhinged Nancy Pelosi. As leaders around the world, and media people who, normally, would not give President Trump the time of day, praise the results of his meeting with kim jung-un, here is the statement Ms. Pelosi issued: Nuclear nonproliferation is a pillar of America’s national security. We respect any serious and real...

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The return of Korean war soldiers’ remains

The remains of roughly 6,000 fallen US soldiers have been held prisoner by North Korea for 65 years. At the news conference currently being held, President Trump told reporters he and kim jung-un had agreed those remains will come home. If that actually happens, it will be an accomplishment of monumental proportion. Regardless of what any of us thinks of Mr. Trump, let’s all hope this is...

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