THE FBI WIRETAPS: A VETERAN FBI WIRETAPPER’S VIEW

Frank Watt, according to his latest article for American Thinker, was an FBI agent for 22 years; one who personally was involved in conducting wiretaps.  He offers us an explanation of the wiretaps used to, ultimately, accomplish the removal of President Trump that should deeply trouble anyone who cares about what the United States is supposed to be. Here is a short explanation of why.  (But...

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DID PRESIDENT TRUMP OUT THE “WHISTLEBLOWER”?

Fascinating little article by Joe DePaolo at mediaite.com today. It features the news – apparently hot news to Mr. DePaolo – that President Trump “retweeted an article, Thursday night, which contained the name of a person alleged to be the whistleblower who filed a complaint relating to the commander-in-chief’s dealings with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.” Mr...

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THE PARAGRAPH OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraph comes to us from Ian Millhiser, writing for axios.com. Like the website he writes for, Mr. Millhiser leans heavily to the left.  That said, however, look at what he wrote about President Trump’s judicial selections – whom, he notes, are significantly changing the tenor of our courts: It’s tempting to assume that Trump’s judicial appointees share...

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GLENN BEATON’S FIRING

I have never read The Aspen (Colorado) Times, and therefore have never read Glenn Beaton’s column in that newspaper. But now – based on Scott Johnson’s article at powerlineblog.com – I couldn’t read Beaton there even if I wanted to. The reason?  Apparently because it was decided that Beaton –  the one conservative voice allowed at the Aspen Times – was...

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WHY DO THE BIDENS GET A FREE PASS?

Joe Biden, Mr. “I ride the commuter train just like you”, now owns at least two multi-million dollar homes – one of them a beach house that cost $2,700,000. Biden’s son Hunter – the one he is on video tape protecting by threatening to withhold $1 billion in aid to Ukraine unless the prosecutor investigating Burisma, the energy company paying Hunter $50,000 for no...

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AN OUTLIER POLL: HOPE FOR THE IMPEACHMENT CROWD

Last week, the MSN daily tracking poll of support/opposition for the impeachment and removal of President Trump was at a virtual tie, with 48% supporting impeachment/removal and 47% opposing. Now, just a week later, the same poll shows 55% supporting impeachment/removal and 43% opposing. If other polls were moving in the same direction, it would, I assume, be extremely troubling to President...

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SICK TRUMP HATRED: CUOMO-STYLE

You better sit down for this one. Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York and deeply committed Trump hater, was presented with a bill last week that would have given all federal judges in New York State the right to perform marriage ceremonies. The bill, sponsored by a Democrat just like Cuomo, had virtually unanimous support (144-2 in the State Assembly, 61-1 in the State Senate) and was expected to...

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BALTIMORE: 2019

Earlier this year, President Trump took a lot of heat for his characterization of Baltimore – in the form of two tweets (among others) aimed at Rep. Elijah Cummings, after Cummings attacked Trump for conditions at the US/Mexico border: Donald J. Trump ✔@realDonaldTrump  · Jul 27, 2019 Rep, Elijah Cummings has been a brutal bully, shouting and screaming at the great...

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AMY KLOBUCHAR AND WISHFUL THINKING

Amy Klobuchar, the third-term Democrat Senator from Minnesota, has been running for President throughout the current campaign season.  If national polling is correct, she has had very little success in drawing support to her candidacy. However, possibly out of desperation borne of the possibility that Democrats might nominate Biden, Warren, Sanders or Buttigieg – suddenly there is some...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from Bradley A. Blakeman, writing for thehill.com. Mr. Blakeman, a former Bush #43 appointee and now a consultant and adjunct professor at Georgetown University, explains several options the Senate has in handling the impeachment of President Trump – you know, the one that was voted on, passed, recorded, and then summarily held hostage by House Speaker...

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THE ECONOMIC BOOM VS. THE IMPEACHMENT FARCE

John Hinderaker, at powerlineblog.com, has written a powerful, fact-loaded tutorial on our current economic strength, utilizing information from the Wall Street Journal, and then discussing how instrumental President Trump’s initiatives are to our economic success…and the prospects sustaining/growing this success in the near future. I will show you just a small part of Mr...

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ABOUT THAT “91 MINUTES AFTER” CLAIM

In the past couple of days, you’ve probably heard that President Trump declared a moratorium on aid to Ukraine 91 minutes after his July 25th telephone conversation with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky. It is a lie. From Aaron Klein’s article at breitbart.com (the bold print is mine): The email being hyped by the media shows an official with the White House’s Office of...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s “comes to us from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY). It concerns the laughable objections raised by, among others, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) over Mr.  Mcconnell’s acknowledgement of the eminently obvious fact that he is not impartial when it comes to the Trump impeachment: “Do you think Chuck Schumer is impartial? Do you think Elizabeth...

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ME AND GOOGLE

A quick note about my standing with google. While writing the previous blog, which discussed what I thought would be an effective Trump Latino strategy next year, I wanted to find examples of previous blogs in which I pointed out that Trump could go to Latino neighborhoods and ask residents whose children they thought those gangs would be recruiting. So I googled “hopelessly partisan ken...

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