The Democratic Men of #MeToo

An Updated List of Men Accused of Sexual Abuse, Harassment, Misconduct and Assault BY ANNA MENTA ON 11/12/17 AT 7:09 PM EST – for Newsweek My cmnt: Since 2017 the list has mushroomed and by 2020 includes Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, and Bill Clinton. I post this list to point out that by far most of the […]

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Anyone Who Doesn’t Know The Following Facts About Capitalism Should Learn Them

Rainer Zitelmann Contributor Leadership Strategy – for Forbes The psychology of success and wealth, the power of capitalism My cmnt: slight editing for clarity and accuracy How the world was In 1820, 94% of the world’s population was living in extreme poverty. By 1910, this figure had fallen to 82%, and by 1950 the rate […]

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Bari Weiss – Resignation Letter

Dear A.G., It is with sadness that I write to tell you that I am resigning from The New York Times.  I joined the paper with gratitude and optimism three years ago. I was hired with the goal of bringing in voices that would not otherwise appear in your pages: first-time writers, centrists, conservatives and […]

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NY Times editor Bari Weiss says there’s a ‘civil war’ within paper amid Tom Cotton uproar

By Joseph A. Wulfsohn | Fox News – June 4, 2020 New York Times writer and opinion editor Bari Weiss offered insight about the internal battle among her colleagues following the publishing of an op-ed written by Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark that sparked a major backlash from its own staff. Hours before the Times offered […]

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Bari Weiss quits New York Times after bullying by colleagues over views: ‘They have called me a Nazi and a racist’

My cmnt: Alex Berenson (search for him on this site) and now Bari Weiss having to leave the NYT because of its close-minded, Left-leaning, lying editorial and reporting policies. Her resignation letter said ‘the lessons that ought to have followed the (2016) election…have not been learned’ By Brian Flood | Fox News – July 14, […]

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Wikipedia Is Badly Biased

MAY 14, 2020|IN WIKI, KNOWLEDGE, INTERNET|BY LARRY SANGER My cmnt: I could not agree more. I will use Wikipedia for quick info on anything trivial (e.g., entertainment, historical dates, flat-facts that cannot be slanted to benefit the Left or have no political value (e.g., the atomic number of gold). For info on anything important, controversial, political, or subject to […]

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Judge Andrew Napolitano: America, our personal liberties are being squeezed in a vise

By Judge Andrew Napolitano – July 9, 2020 – for Fox News My cmnt: I am not a fan of Napolitano and have been ignoring him as a biased anti-Trumper. He actually wanted HildeBeest (Michelle O’s nickname) elected over Trump. That is insane and kind of demented. That Napolitano has gotten too full of himself […]

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Grassley: ‘The Deep State Is so Deep Its People Get Away with Political Crimes’

By Joshua Klein – July 6, 2020 – for Breitbart news In a series of tweets today, Sen.Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) described the depth of the “Deep State” as so great that its members “get away with political crimes.” In one tweet, Grassley referred to recent remarks by Attorney General Bill Barr asserting that President Donald Trump […]

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Six Weeks, Six Cities, 600 Murders

Kevin McCullough|Posted: Jul 05, 2020 11:00 AM – for Townhall.com The single most important domestic issue of our time is not the rising number of new people testing positive for COVID-19. Deaths have hit all-time lows. The single most important domestic issue of our time is not even the continued economic hardship of a nation […]

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After 600 Deaths in 6 Democrat Cities in 6 Weeks – There Was Even More Carnage this Holiday Weekend

JULY 5, 2020 News Source: The Gateway PunditRead the full story here. Published by: The Daily Reformer.  Six Democrat-led cities accounted for 600 deaths over a 6 week period.  Unfortunately there were more deaths this week and BLM doesn’t care. After explaining that the coronavirus and the economy were not the most pressing issues in the US […]

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The Parable of the Kosher Deli

Feb. 28, 2012 – CNSnews.com On Feb. 16, Roman Catholic Bishop William E. Lori of Bridgeport, Conn., testified in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in opposition to the Obama administration’s new regulation that will force all health-care plans in the United States to cover sterilizations and all Food and Drug Administration-approved contraceptive, including […]

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Understanding the Hidden $1.1 Trillion Welfare System and How to Reform It

Authors: Robert Rector and Vijay Menon – for The Heritage Foundation April 5, 2018  SUMMARY The true cost of welfare or aid to the poor is largely unknown because the spending is fragmented into myriad programs. Current welfare is focused largely on increasing benefits and enrollments and redistributing income. Self-defeating behaviors that increase the need for assistance […]

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Chicago Pride March Draws Thousands Despite Mayor’s Coronavirus Rules

By WARNER TODD HUSTON 29 Jun 2020 for Breitbart News Thousands packed the streets in Chicago for an unofficial gay pride march despite Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the first openly gay mayor, canceling the official annual event because of her worries over the coronavirus. Organizers insisted that the rally held in the city’s West Side Lakeview neighborhood was […]

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Millennial Drops Support For Socialism After Learning How Hard It Is To Get Avocado Toast In Venezuela

The Babylon Bee – Sept 1, 2018 RIVERDALE, NY—31-year-old Darlene Austin has always been an avid supporter of socialism, but she recently had an eye-opening experience. “At a vegan cafe, I met a guy from Venezuela,” Austin explained. “I asked him about how great it must be to live in a country working to end […]

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The Orwellian University

by Frank Furedi / October 13, 2016 for Prospect Magazine UK “Speech codes are now littered with words that are ambiguous and opaque” The first time I was told off for using “inappropriate language,” I thought my colleague was joking. We were university professors and speaking freely should come with the territory. But during the […]

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J K Rowling is not transphobic: people who menstruate are women

Is it transphobic to say women get periods? Don’t be daft, says Ella Whelan According to the latest Twitter meltdown, using the shorthand of ‘women’ when referring to ‘people who menstruate’ is not just pedantic, it’s transphobic – it doesn’t include the gender non-binary individuals who have periods. An article arguing for greater investment in menstrual […]

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Democrats blasted for ‘virtue signaling’ by wearing African sashes during George Floyd tribute

by Emma Colton, Social Media Manager  | June 09, 2020 12:17 PM |The Washington Examiner Democratic lawmakers wearing Ghanaian kente sashes during a tribute to George Floyd were mocked online for the move. A group of Democrats, including Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, knelt in the Capitol building on Monday for nearly nine minutes, […]

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So-called Hate Crime laws hurt us all (Charlie Rogers, Matthew Shepard, Tawana Brawley, Duke Lacrosse players, Anita Hill, Jussie Smollett)

August 2012My unpublished column on Charlie Rogers below: There was a movie in 1981 called ‘Absence of Malice’ starring Paul Newman and Sally Field.  My wife and I went to it and enjoyed the film.   It not only contained excellent actors but an intriguing plot that raised all kinds of moral and ethical questions. […]

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Who Are the Yazidis, the Ancient, Persecuted Religious Minority Struggling to Survive in Iraq?

The U.S. contemplates sending military aircraft and possible ground troops to rescue the Yazidis, as more American military advisers arrive in Iraq to help plan an evacuation of the displaced people. BY AVI ASHER-SCHAPIRO, FOR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NEWS PUBLISHED AUGUST 11, 2014 My cmnt: Part of my interest in these people is: I have had an extended Yazidi […]

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The Worldwide Lockdown may be the greatest mistake in History

Dennis Prager|Posted: May 05, 2020 12:01 AM Opinion – TownHall.com The idea that the worldwide lockdown of virtually every country other than Sweden may have been an enormous mistake strikes many — including world leaders; most scientists, especially health officials, doctors and epidemiologists; those who work in major news media; opinion writers in those media; […]

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Never Again

The disaster of the Wuhan Chinese Coronavirus (Covid-19) is not so much the virus itself or its impact on the health of the world but rather the incredibly crazed reaction the world and more importantly America has had to it. This virus is no more deadly or virile than the seasonal flu that hits the […]

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Covert Covid thoughts

Essentially we have this: Leftists and other democrats lie, cheat, steal and murder to get what they want. Starting with the Russian revolution in 1917 (or even the French revolution in 1799*) opportunistic communists have been trying to destroy freedom and empower themselves in the name of security, hope, change, and equality and are continuing […]

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Race and the Left

While doing a little online research on Steven Spielberg’s films I read the Newsweek article from December 8, 1997 on slavery in America.  This article deals at length with his film ‘Amistad’.   I was interested in Spielberg’s statement that he did not receive any money from the profits of his film ‘Schindler’s List’ as he […]

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The Kavanaugh Hearing Revisited

By Elise Cooper for The American Thinker July 21, 2019 Justice on Trial by Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino is a powerful book, whatever a person’s political affiliation. This story reads more like a novel than a fact-filled book.  It explains the historical context of the court nomination system and how political and cultural trends change the […]

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What difference does it make?

Three columns here: Two on Benghazi and Obama’s and Hillary’s lies about everything that happened there and then another column on how Ellen is now friends w/ George Bush and how the Libs are rewriting history about how badly they lied and treated him when it actually mattered when he was president. The Damning Dozen: […]

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