Protesters in the Senate: Feel better now?

Tuesday, 4 September:

As the world turns.

Just a few days ago the whole world fixated on how much a late senator disliked the president that he didn't invite him to his upcoming funeral. One where he was just as predictably criticized for not attending.

He shot some golf. At least it wasn't his own airplane.

But you KNEW this, too, would pass. And with the rocket like speed of the Trump presidency. This isn't just the opinion of an admirer. Any fair minded citizen has to admit that this administration is playing out with the speed of a '24' episode, right in front of your eyes.

Whether Trump is Jack Bauer or not is up to you to discern. What is real is the shifts in narrative and tone; the opposition can no longer control their ancient 800 lb gorilla media to deliver the goods.

You know it's obvious. NBC's Chuck Todd said so. It's all FOX's fault. In their words, to wit:


This will help them as much as the Woodward book, which he now joins his 'depraved' buddy Carl Bernstein in the trasheap of history. He just threw away what was left of his reputation.

His tome a reheated rehash of things John Kelly and Ray Mattis actually did NOT say but were rumored to by the, you know, anonymous source. How can anyone trust this media about the honesty of these sources when they so openly misrepresent or outright lie?

When they cannot hide their obvious ideological convictions?

Both generals have denied these insults, and who knows what was REALLY said and under what context. So they mean nothing, zero.

Besides have you seen Mad Dog or Kelly leave recently? How about Kelly agreeing to stay on until 2020? The media couldn't move on from that fast enough. Only the really stupid don't know that these three men are ALL on the same page.

Too deny that is to deny reality and embrace fantasy. Bad choice.

No, all this has moved on because of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. Or, the next gift to the Trump administration. This may be the biggest no brainer yet.

The sole brilliant move of the Trump campaign was to solicit help from a couple of conservative think tanks (American Enterprise Institute, Heritage Foundation) and hired a go getter the aptly named Leonard Leo (have to love 'Leo Leo' as a name) to assemble a list.

And, boy, did they.

Of all the talented jurists in this country, they led with Neil Gorsuch first because he was the most conservative who would pass. He has not disappointed.

The Anthony Kennedy opening was a nice but not unexpected bonus. It was no secret he wanted to have a hand on his replacement and that was not going to occur with the Previous Occupant.

The Trump bunch, which is derided for incompetence and chaos, sure was brilliant here. Brett Kavanaugh, the new guy with the 'frat boy name' is an even more inspired pick for Kennedy. It is rumored that he worked with these committees, which fits him.

Kavanaugh is THE most 'establishment' conservative you will find. A traditional big government Republican; no libertarian he. He waxed eloquently to Title Nine legislation that may allow his girl to play basketball but has put college baseball out of good schools and is working on football as well.

Title Nine is bad law and needs to go away. There are other ways to address female sports.

Frankly, he was better when he just sat there and the spectacle of overgrown adolescents playing the role of statesmen made complete and utter asses out of themselves. He needn't say a peep.

He did just fine in silent contradiction.

Why he is so perfect is to buy into the 'it's all part of the plan' narrative, or the 'QAnon' theory. There is plenty of foundation to this being a demonstrable fact.

They knew that there was doubt as to whether Trump was a reliable conservative. Anyone who observed the New York billionaire interact with the Democrat 'elite' suspected he wasn't particularly ideological.

He isn't in the classic sense. He's conservative in the broadest of terms.

So, the best foot forward was to tell the movement just whom you will appoint to the bench. This  will give the base something to build upon. This is also why the evangelical movement engaged so quickly.

He said 'what are the terms you want to hire me for?' He was open, as any good American might be.

The last administration must be seen in the proper light to make this point. Most of the country-geographically- was against them. Diametrically so.

Therefore, this divide allowed a strategic bond to exist immediately, and it is in it's fruition right now. Where even the 'never Trumpers' are giving kudos to the man.

Brett Kavanaugh is so right down the middle that to oppose him is to oppose your very normal neighbor. He will rule on the law no matter how he feels, and will leave creation of the law to the people's body in the House.

To oppose him is basically suicidal. He makes the vanilla Gorsuch look like Sgt. Rock. 

So what does the progressives do? They coordinate a really bad hand -make it worse by everyone having the same talking points- and then packing the Senate chambers with their most hysterical followers.

Actress Piper Parabo, whomever she may be, wants you to know she was arrested. They are actually escorted out, with charges very rarely brought. Therefore, it was most likely these passes were highly sought.

It was a sad, and pathetic affair.

If you had, say, another program to watch and could come back to the hearings it was revelatory.  When a Democrat came on -it was then time to do their next campaign ad video- you could hear 'immigrants separated at the border', turn to the DVR to watch 8 or 10 minutes of the not quite as ridiculous 'Pacific Rim' and then come back and hear this:

'A woman's right to choose'.

It didn't matter which one it was. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker were the most insufferable, and Richard 'I wasn't in Vietnam' Blumenthal taking on Hawaii's Mazi Harono for most annoying.

Hirono won only because she's even dumber than Blumenthal is.

Meanwhile, Kavanaugh sits there and does his Ward Cleaver, which he does well. He's the judge you want in traffic court.

To put on this kind of show -the protests were all timed; they had a finite number of them and it was 8 hours- and they were all just displays of sheer insanity.

They may call it angry. Most would buy the 'crazy' territory instead.

This is such a good moment for Trump- he just can't lose on this; just a matter of how much he wins with it. Based on Tuesday's kindergarten meet the adults affair, it could be a lot.

It's hard to see anyone being so perfect a choice at this time. After the bloviating of the endless funeral, the public gets to see what their president is currently doing. Potshots from failed adversaries nonwithstanding.

The United States had hearings on a Supreme Court nomination and one side decided a hissy fit was the appropriate answer because it made THEM feel better. Didn't help their cause one bit, in fact it may have hurt it.

A lot, too.

So, bring on Bob Woodward's book. Another distorted view of the President that stands in contrast with the truth. It will be the talk of the town for a few days, then tossed on the cultural scrap heap like the rest.

And they wonder why he wins.

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'No Name' is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful being I've ever known in my life'

Wednesday, 30 August:

When President Donald J Trump said during his campaign that there would be 'so much winning we would beg him to stop' he was only just mildly kidding. 

There are a LOT of people begging him to stop. Like the federal work force who just had their pay frozen, much to the chagrin of them and their media cohorts. He not only has the temerity to fire them, he also wants to halt their financial rewards.

Which is exactly what they are, rewards, not pay.

The government bureaucracy exists for several reasons. First, and most important, is to perpetuate itself. It exists to grow. Second, as a reward for political activists. When their candidate wins, he/she invariably stocks the agencies with their acolytes.

The Previous Occupant thoroughly believed in this, and took full advantage of it. He was not alone, however. Those who preceded him did pretty much the same. It's how they protected themselves.

Donald Trump doesn't. He's too used to accomplishing things, and would much rather work with a small but bright crew rather than a plodding bureaucracy stuffed to the rafters with some donor's son in law.

He's also used to the light speed of the civilian sector, which has his opposition, and their media apologists flat footed and at their wit's end.

They want to slow him down to a crawl so they can criticize and micromanage. Like they did to Bush 43, and with a great deal of success. This gives the pontificators in congress a LOT more power.

Which they liked. A lot.

They loved the days when Teddy Kennedy was the 'lion of the Senate'. The reality that he was a philandering morally conflicted weakling was conveniently ignored. Same with the deification of the late senator from Arizona.

The one some refer to as 'no name'. In the spirit of that discourse so shall this piece. Currently, 'no name' is being lionized to almost epic proportions. What's particularly interesting about it is HOW it dovetails the classic film 'The Manchurian Candidate'.

Something 'no name' was not only aware of, but joked about being the 'red queen'.

His time at the H'oa Lo' prison -aka the 'Hanoi Hilton'- has been the subject of much talk and a LOT of revisionism. Like the film, where US servicemen captured during the Korean war were subjected to brain washing/mind control experiments, so too, were some interned in Hanoi.

It depended on the 'candidate' if you'll forgive the pun.

It was a most unpleasant place, and like the Japanese in WWII, the communists were NOT signatories to the Geneva Convention and felt no compunction to use humane treatment. This way they separated those who had a true will to resist -Ross Perot's running mate Admiral James Stockdale is a prime example- to those who were, shall we say, more susceptible to such 'programming'.

'No name' was a son, and grandson, of Navy Admirals. He was given special treatment right away. The North Vietnamese weren't stupid. They knew they had a 'bargaining chip'.

His conduct there is vey much a subject of controversy and NOT a 'settled matter'. He was no hero. He wasn't the only one; every man had his breaking point and collaboration is now 'accepted' by the military as inevitable.

But he is being painted as one. This is surely a fiction. To wit:


Back to the 1962 film. In it, a returning 'hero', Staff Sergeant Raymond Shaw is given the Medal of Honor for his 'heroic actions' to save his platoon. What had actually happened is they were captured by the North Koreans and brainwashed. 

They were released with the cover story of 'heroic action'.

When they matriculate back to society, his fellow prisoners all say exactly the same thing:

When asked to describe him, Marco and the other soldiers automatically respond, "Raymond Shaw is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I've ever known in my life.", even though Shaw is a cold, sad, unsympathetic loner.

Shaw's fellow soldier Major Bennet Marco has issues with this. It gives him, and a fellow soldier nightmares. He suspects that the honor awarded Shaw was a sham and says THIS:

I tell ya, there's something phony going on. There's something phony about me, about Raymond Shaw, about the whole Medal of Honor business... I said: 'Raymond Shaw is the kindest, warmest, bravest, most wonderful human being I've ever known in my life, and even now I feel that way - this minute. And yet, somewhere in the back of my mind, something tells me it's not true. It's just not true. It isn't as if Raymond's hard to like. He's impossible to like. In fact, he's probably one of the most repulsive human beings I've ever known in my whole - all of my life.

-Major Bennett Ben Marco

This deification -and it is not only endless but so over the top maudlin as to defy belief- makes one think like Major Marco.

'There's something phony going on here'.

It could be a host of issues; on the surface it's a deliberate attempt to use his death as a vehicle to get the Previous Occupant back on center stage. He will attend the funeral -passing on Aretha Franklin- to make a eulogy.

What is really telling is they did NOT invite Sarah Palin. Supposedly McCain regrets his choice of her and the new conventional wisdom is that she hurt him. That is demonstrably untrue. She brought the Tea Party to prominance, and easly added 3-6 points to his woefully bad campaign.

It was so awful that one could make a case he threw the election.

This whole affair -the Trump hatred, the lionization of someone who may have been central in the plot to overthrow him, and the synchronized attack of the corrupt media- is a convincing argument that something indeed 'is phony going on here'.

Fact following fiction? As said, 'no name' even joked about the 'Red Queen', the card that would trigger his suggestive state so he could be activated as a sleeper agent. Today his North Vietnamese captors have nice things to say about him.

They sure didn't weigh in on Stockdale when he died.

Meanwhile, President Trump might rail against the corrupt media but under the radar he's still running the table on the opposition. He didn't just freeze federal pay. He negotiated a brilliant trade plan with Mexico.

It's so good -for both countries- that former Mexican President Pena Nieto wished he could 'hug' Trump. It forces the automakers to pay $16 an hour to Mexican workers, which is a fortune. It will immediately create a middle class.

The US gets control of content, with 75% of the vehicle manufacture having to be 'US content'. This keeps cheap Chinese knockoffs out of the market; they are the big losers here. Canada, which was politically posturing for their idiot leftist base, was caught unaware.

Their finance minister was in Brussels seeking EU crumbs. When this was agreed to on Monday she got her butt in Washington as fast as possible. They have until Friday to get on board or go it alone.

If they go rogue a 25% tariff will be put on cars built in Canada. This would throw their economy in a tailspin.

News from the Canadian government is they want to 'negotiate in secret' and will 'be ready by Friday'. This means they capitulate, a total surrender. They will have to sell it to their lefties.

It includes allowing US banks to operate on Canadian soil, an end to the 300% tariffs on dairy, and also logging restrictions. Things the US has wanted for DECADES.

It's called 'winning'. And it's happening while he is under 24/7 assault from a hostile media and determined opposition. One that has decided socialism is their road back to power.

Yes, he's got them to come completely out of the closet. There's that as well.

Soon, 'No Name' will be laid to rest and his ultimate fate is in the hand of a Higher Authority.

But the words of Major Benjamin Marco still haunt. Something phony IS going on around here...


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Rand Paul: Quietly backing up Trump like the patriot he is.

Wednesday, 22 August:

The progressive 'resist' movement struck hard over the last 48 hours.

Very carefully timed -and coordinated- events played out in an almost hour by hour fashion. First, there was the expected verdict of Paul Manafort. Then the plea deal with former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen was announced.

Shortly after the news that Rep. Duncan Hunter, Jr of California -an ardent Trump supporter- was under indictment for campaign finance violations. This was followed by the state of New York issuing a subpoena of Cohen in their investigation of the Trump Foundation for yes, 'campaign finance violations'.

See a theme here?

Campaign finance violations are common, and mostly met with a slap on the wrist. The Previous Occupant shelled out a hefty fine for 2008 misdeeds; as this story from 2013 shows:


You are seeing the civilian equivalent of the Ardennes offensive from 1944, otherwise known as the Battle of the Bulge. The Nazis (who are fellow progressives, remember every time you see an Antifa banner) were losing badly after D Day.

So, instead of retreating they attacked.

Green US troops sat along the Ardennes forest while commanding General Omar Bradley was back in London, relaxing and awaiting the end of the war. The Germans mounted a massive offensive, using the cloud cover of winter to keep Allied airpower neutralized.

You may ask what does this have to do with Trump and the country. Fair question.

Simply put, Trump is rolling the opposition; they see the eventual appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court as their Waterloo, and are firing off all of their remaining weapons at once.

Along with their media supplicants and the RINO 'never Trump' wing, they hope this will put Trump on the ropes. However, as luck would have it, the president had a rally in West Virginia scheduled that evening.

If you watched it you saw a president who was most definitely NOT in trouble.

He was wildly received, as usual. His connection with the crowd was as real as ever, and his natural charisma -along with serious results- had the SRO crowd in a full party atmosphere. Now, normally a politician would hide after an assault like the one he just received.

Get his advisers around him, and retrench. Not this man.

He correctly pointed out that Manafort's conviction of misdeeds from over 10 years ago had nothing to do with him, nor Russian collusion. He then also pointed out that Michael Cohen pled guilty to something that isn't even a crime.

His payoffs to the, uh, 'female consorts' was typical NDA (non disclosure agreements) which wealthy people do all the time. It is only a crime if there is INTENT to affect an election outcome, and that cannot be proven.

He could very well be keeping this from his family, and can also donate as much to his campaign as he wants. Cohen is in far more trouble for his illegal use of taxicab medallions.

They are a relic of the pre Uber past, where you could not operate a taxi in New York without one, and he had over 20 of these things. They are (were) worth a cool million dollars each.

This is what the Mueller probe had on him and turned it over to the NY Southern District attorney to prosecute. This has nothing to do with the Trump campaign.

He essentially pled guilty to a crime that never happened. This is what is being sold as a 'fatal blow' to the president by fake news purveyors like Jeff Bezos' Washington Post or Carlos Slim's NY Times.

Slim, no dummy he, has been selling off his holdings in this fishwrap for a couple of years and is now down to 15% ownership. They still push his open borders agenda, though.

The charges against Hunter are about misappropriated funds; using campaign cash for family business and pleasure. He is contesting these charges,and considering the district in California they are pressed from he might have a good case.

These charges could very well be false, and an attempt to get him to leave the race and open up a Republican seat. Look at progressive Islamicist Keith Ellison in Minnesota.

He beat his girlfriend, and intends to stay in the race. The media can't ignore this story any more completely than they are.

This is all so typical.

The Nazis knew they were losing the war. The Bulge was not to seize Antwerp as most scholars assert. It was a feint to cover the Nazi High Command fleeing to South America; they sacrificed the German country they had seized for their solar cult and like the rats they were fled.

This is exactly what is happening here.

The progressive movement, steeped in the same dark occultism the Nazis were, are on the run. The good people of this country have awakened; Trump's 39% approval in the black community a stark reminder.

They have only one chance of regaining power here: to replace the #WalkAway movement with illegal aliens immediately signed up on motor voter rolls, and to drive Trump's negatives up.

It's all they've got.

What helps them is the RINO never Trumper crowd and self serving opportunists who put their career above that of the people. But the people are not being fooled.

West Virginia showed that last night as the media hounds licked their chops, self satisfied that they landed real body blows. They weren't.

This was water off of the duck's back. Nobody expected a saint when they elected Trump. They knew what they were getting. What the progressives and their media cohorts didn't figure in is that the man's life was an open book.

He is the most exposed man ever to serve as president. Every aspect of his life has been public domain for the last 50 years.

Contrast this to the cypher he replaced; a man who's entire existence was cloaked in secrecy.

To the opposition this lesson will be soon learned: the people may be dumb, they have been fed the 'mushroom diet' for decades. But they aren't stupid. They know the difference between these two men, and overwhelmingly voted for change.

That's baked in the cake, folks. His rallies prove it.

As far as the Nazis go, well they abandoned Germany to it's destruction and fled to South America, and anyone who thinks they no longer exist is a fool. Like their fellow progressives the communists, they will never go away.

They must be defeated. Just like what Trump is doing as we speak...

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'Q' and the slogan: Ignore at your peril.

Thursday, 9 August:

There is one thing about the 18 months the Trump administration has been in power that has been a constant: the intense struggle to dominate the airwaves.

Everyone with an above room temperature IQ knows what has occurred. When the opposition realized that this wasn't just a change in personnel but a sea change in direction they went absolutely insane.

Their program was to ease the United States into a global order, with a massive transfer of wealth to the Third World and power to a global consortium based largely in Europe. That this was never in the best interests of the people of this country was never really argued.

Instead, the policy of shaming the public into change was instituted.

You ate too much, owned too much land, made too much money. You drove Chevy Tahoes instead of 2 stroke motor scooters. You could move around too freely.

Worst of all you had firearms. Lot's of them, too.

The Previous Occupant would lecture the populace about being among other things, 'bitter clingers'. You held on to core values like religion, land ownership and the ability to defend it.

You had a constitution that was a list of negative rights; it was about preventing the state from what it could do as opposed to doing what it should do.

Your young was eductated by career leftists. They were taught that America was a robber baron country that had inflicted genocide on indiginous peoples, that it is racist and violent.

This was all according to a plan.

Over 100 years ago the United States government bought into an agenda that was meant to integrate the country into a 'league of nations' with a progressive tax system meant to transfer power from the community to the central government.

This was the Wilson administration, the creation of the IRS and the Federal Reserve.

Over the course of the next 100 years this country fought foreign wars that had little to do with the people's commonwealth, gave countless trillions to other countries who had no allegiance to our system or people, and in some cases took orders from them.

The UK, Saudi Arabia and a few others come to mind. Some of this mischief backfired on them; the forced participation into WWII turned the country into an industrial and economic giant.

However, ever since the Bretton Woods agreement the US has been paying back the power and fortune it earned by winning the war. Make no mistake, without our participation they would be goosestepping in western Europe and still singing the Internationale in the east.

Since then it's been one disastrous war after another. Korea. Vietnam. Persian Gulf. Iraq.


The transfer of wealth has been criminal in nature. The same people who advocate enriching Red China are also profiting off of it.

This preamble may seem somewhat long winded, and perhaps it is. Consider it setting the table for what's coming next: the actual TRUTH is now 'out there' and this 100 year plan is about to crash upon the rocks of destiny.

It comes in the most unlikely of ways: a rogue billionaire businessman who is given to hyperbole and misstatements. Someone who likes to use social media in the wee hours of the morning to not so much communicate as bare his soul.

This was not what the opposition expected.

They tried mightily to overturn the election; challenged the electoral college and even the Jill Stein recount adventure yielded 131 more votes for Trump before the courts ended it's Quixotic quest.

Then the protests started. To this day they have not stopped.

The only real ally the opposition had was the so-called 'mainstream media'. This is where the war is being fought. It is every bit of a war, too, being waged on a 24 hour 7 day a week basis.

This war is over the truth. The public is the subject, and it is as furious as it gets. There is no subject too small or petty; the subjects vary from the rhetoric over North Korea to the shoes the First Lady wears to an immigration center.

It is the only weapon the opposition has left, and they are not giving one inch in the battle.

The public, caught squarely in the middle, is understandably confused. To the progressives truth is a subjective issue, to the Trump administration it is an objective fact. It's up to YOU, the consumer, to separate the two.

'Subjective' truth is police in a  war with the black community. The facts stand in diametric opposition to this meme, but to them it's about a 'higher truth'; meaning that only government control can solve issues.

Take Chicago for instance. This site is based there.

It is one of the most violent places in the civilized world; indeed it can have more shootings in a weekend than Afghanistan AND Syria will. There were 66 people shot last weekend and 12 of them  were fatal.

The city refuses to do anything about it, instead preferring to use it as a gun control issue.

But is it? The city has draconian gun regulations. They say it's firearms from Indiana and Iowa that flood the streets, straw purchases and such. This may be true but it means nothing.

Iowa and Indiana aren't having these issues.  Chicago is.

Basically it's TWO neighborhoods with all the crime and the cause is simple: Gangs. They know who the gang leaders are, know where they live and could arrest them at any time. They could allow the innocent folk the ability to arm themselves.

But no. That's not even being considered.

This is but one example of the 'great lie'. The media is utterly complicit; they won't point out to you what this post just did in one paragraph. They want the public terrified. Like in Ferguson Missouri.

Where a police officer shot a man in self defense and was forced to assume another identity and move 2,000 miles away. The truth meant absolutely NOTHING there.

Meanwhile, this most unlikely of presidents tells more truth in one week than the last four did in their entire terms. He does it in a way that's more fitting Tony Soprano or Homer Simpson than Lincoln or Washington but the truth is still there.

He wraps it up in the hyperbole of the real estate salesman with the sardonic humor of the New Yorker. It's sloppy and imprecise, sometimes maddeningly so. But it's still the truth.

Russia is an adversary, not an enemy. China is the actual enemy. NATO is a siphon of resources meant to provide Europeans comfort and safety at our expense while they cut backroom deals with the same Russians we must protect them against.

Our steel and aluminum industry was systematically being put out of business by China. 

Europe sells it's luxury cars here but punishes their people from buying ours. Canada and Mexico sneak Chinese steel into here by using it in their exports to us. NAFTA is not a good deal for this country; indeed every multi-lateral trade agreement punishes the US consumer to the benefit of the foreign entity.

The media is 'fake news'.

They lie, and repeatedly. Not even good lies but brazen ones. Many of them are the 'enemy of the people'; their allegiance is not to you but to some globalist consortium.

The media is infested with Democrat/progressive activists, and the previous administration was literally in bed with them; spouses and family members were in major media outlets. Security adviser Ben Rhodes has a brother David who is head of CBS news.

He's just one of them.

No, if there is any truth being told to you it's coming from President Trump and an unlikely host of new media types; the 'Q' phenomenon is a startling example of this.

To the uninitiated, 'Q' is a web entity comprised of intelligence insiders who have been informing, and uniting, the people by sharing intel intercepts and future actions. It is now the focus of the media, especially the Washington Post.

They have published not one, but over a dozen  hit pieces on Q over the last week. You can rest assured that if it were a 'psyop' or a LARP (so-called 'live action roll playing') game they would ignore it.

It isn't. No one is sure quite exactly what, or who, it is. Military types recognized the SIGINT (signal intelligence) earmarks of the first few month's posts. They knew the lingo.

They also knew the Ops that were ongoing, and left 'breadcrumbs' for the people to follow. Whole sites have sprung forth to decipher these encoded briefs; the best of them are Lisa Mei Crowley, and Praying Medic.

They spend a lot of their own time and dime on this. The earmark of the patriot.

There are others as well; this site cherry picks the most newsworthy and advances it. We also try to avoid conspiracies as much as possible because they present rabbit holes one might be best avoiding.

But the truth, as Chris Carter says, is 'out there'. To think this president lies is a lie in and of itself. The art of the deal requires hyperbole and some misdirection; indeed Sun Tzu said the first art of war is deception.

This whole topic is about to explode.

The Russian investigation is not a hoax, but it is a series of lies. The actual collusion was the Clinton state department; not Trump. The FISA documents are heavily rumored to be released, unredacted, very soon.

This will show that the whole Russia investigation vis a vis President Trump was, and is, a trap.

The progressives have but one gambit left, and that's convincing the public to turn on this administration and give the congress to them. They can then stall out the agenda, launch countless investigations and bring whatever the 'Trump train' has brought to a grinding halt.

They need the Mueller probe to return an indictment. Preferably before the midterms.

The indictment would be for obstruction of justice of a crime that was never committed. How ironic. No 'Russia conspiracy' will be there.

This is all based on lies. Every bit of it, yet the media constantly accuses the president of being the 'liar in chief'.

There you have it. This is what you, the public, is faced with. Who do you believe?

Someone telling you that the EU, NAFTA, trading with Red China, open borders, disarming yourselves and paying more taxes for less freedom is the way to go?

Or someone else saying 'here, the power is being handed back to you, the people? Keep your money, your property, the future of your family and children instead?

That's the choice, no matter what CNN and Hollywood tells you...

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NK's dismantling a rocket test site: Something is working.

Tuesday, 24 July:

The more things change the more they stay the same.

Here we are, one year and 183 days into the 45th presidency of this grand republic. While it has been an impactful, and consequential term so far much is still the same as it was on Day One.

An 'accidental presidency' occurred, ushered on by nefarious foreign interests, to quell the actual interests of a benign politcal apparatus and it's supportive populace. In simple terms, the country and it's people were cheated out of the direction it's 'legitimate' new leadership would have given it.

This theme, which is obviously contradicted by the actual truth, has been constantly re-inforced over this 547 day span on a continuous 24/7 cycle.

It is commonly referred to as 'fake news'. It is, to an extent. But it's really far worse than that. It is a coordinated attack by a power base that has been displaced and does not accept that verdict.

This point cannot be denied. Even partisan Democrats secretly admit that Donald Trump, who they once embraced, is an able leader who can message like no one else. Their concern is the hard left socialist base cannot be reconciled with a populist businessman like the president.

While they would love to get a major infrastructure project approved -the railroad tunnel in New York is a classic example- to work together with this administration is to somehow 'legitimize' it.

This means they have ceded the ridiculous notion that it is not legitimate to it's most energized members.

Therefore it is easy to say the opposition surrendered to fantasy right away. Like virtually everything else they have done- essentially accuse this president of serious crimes- they have painted themselves into a corner with only one way out.

That is the removal of a legitimately elected president.

This is where Russia comes in. This whole dynamic is new. For decades, the Democrat party was just fine with the 'new' Russia, a quasi criminal oligarchy with vast expanses and resources but a small, fragile economy and declining population.

Bill Clinton treated the first post communist leader Boris Yeltsin like a clown hired for a party. Yeltsin, a notorious drunkard, once wandered out onto Pennsylvania avenue in his BVD's loaded to the gills.

It was ha ha funny. 

But real Russians seethed. After the burden of communism was removed, they longed to join the west, their natural partners. A couple centuries of western engagement had brought them to that conclusion.

Like others on this planet, they wanted to be free, to be accepted, and have a couple of nickels to rub together at the end of the day. No real surprise. However, this never really happened.

The west, instead, shut Russia out. Let them decay, and at some point we can seize their resources without firing a shot. This is NOT the American people or even the military speaking. This is the global banking interests that the 'shadow government' of the US tacitly supports.

Russia was never going to be allowed to join NATO, which was a Putin wish.

How does THAT fit in with the boogeman theory on him? What tyrant intent on wrecking American politics would have expressed an open desire to be a member of the alliance?

It could never happen, though. You see, they need Russia as at least an adversary, if not an enemy. How can one request $70 billion in defense funding for an alliance with no enemies?

NATO only exists to repel Russian aggression. Therefore they must continue to be the 'bad guy' to justify their existence. But the days of invasion are long gone, replaced instead by a desire to survive as a country.

Vladimir Putin was a KGB colonel, true. But George H.W. Bush was director of the CIA. You have to judge both men through the same prism. It was his job, he did learn some sneaky shit from it but that's about it.

It is not in Russia's best interests to see the US fall. That is reserved for the real long term enemy, Red China. However, you don't hear much about them. The 'why' is simple. Russia is a convenient excuse for Clinton's stunning (not to this author, though) loss in 2016. That, and China is still a communist country, which the socialist base likes.

So China, who almost certainly interfered in the 2016 elections and to a degree that would put Russia to shame, is never mentioned. Instead, it's Russia, Putin and Trump. All connected in one evil way or another.

This has had a deleterious effect on the world geopolitically.

This site is a realist one. There is no real love for Putin, who is surrounded by criminals and will resort to what he has to do to survive. But by the same token there is no hatred of him, nor his government.

In spite of their criminal activity, much of which is the result of western sanctions, they are a Christian country with a capitalist system and the people enjoy basic freedoms. There are hundreds of countries in far worse shape, and we have nice relations with most of them.

To make a long story short, an outreach to Russia, along with removal of sanctions could very well save them, and they could be an asset in shared interests of which there are many. But further isolation just makes things more difficult.

By driving them away you push them into an alliance with Red China, which they secretly abhor.

This would please the neocons no end. The John McCain's of the world. The new breed includes neocon favorite Nikki Haley. The whole story on Syria is pretty much false, as is most of the reporting on middle east wars.

Syria, not exactly a parable of freedom, isn't the demon from hell as painted, either. Assad has tried to keep his country together. It's the west that has tried to break it apart. Just like they did in Iraq and Libya.

By turning the entire middle east into a Lebanon they have a complete vacuum there, easy for the Sidney Blumenthals of the world to exploit. In the infamous Wiki dump of the Clinton emails he longed for his 'taste' of the armed contractor paradise in Libya.

Keep in mind that NO ONE has ever questioned the authenticity of these emails. Just the fact that they were discovered, and this made their candidate look bad. Imagine if this were a GOP candidate instead.

Do you think for one second that the substance of the emails wouldn't be THE issue? As opposed to a foreign actor exposing them?

This explains why the reaction to the Trump/Putin summit has been so negatively received. 

They can only guess at what was discussed. However, a very good guess is that Iran was a key, and also the North Korea/China nexus. Today, satellite photos show the N Koreans are dismantling a base where rocket engines were tested.

Why do you think this is happening now? A real good answer is $500 billion in tariffs on Chinese goods. Trump has them right where he wants them, and China is vulnerable on trade. No matter what Neil Cavuto tells you.

Russia meddled in the 2016 elections. So, too did China, N Korea, Iran, and various terror groups. Russia wanted Trump to win because he RAN on better relations with them. By the same token, the UK, Germany and others very much wanted his opponent to win.

The UK actually aided in this.

Don't you wonder why Christopher Steele has never been interviewed? The connections to MI-6 are going to be exposed, perhaps? Or the George Papadopolous issue? This indicts Australia, yet another of the 'Five Eyes' surveillance state.

That's the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. 

All of them wanted Trump's opponent to win. Collusion? That's in the eye of the beholder... 

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Rand Paul 'gets it'. No surprise there.

Tuesday, 17 July:

Monday's summit in Helsinki, Finland was yet another stunning moment in this most amazing of presidencies. Against a backdrop of literal seething rage and fury from those who opposed the meeting, the two leaders spent four hours alone discussing events and issues of great import.

It shouldn't have been this controversial.

Not with President Donald J Trump invoved. The forces that have been arrayed against him since he won the election were in complete unison. This meeting should not happen, it should be cancelled or at least postponed.

But why? Every president since Eisenhower has met with the head of Russia, then the Soviet Union. The prime reason?

To avoid a catastrophic war. The two countries control 90% of the nuclear weapons on this planet. The media, fully invested in the Narrative that Russia aided the Trump campaign to cheat The Smartest Woman in the World of her birthright, has flogged this theme endlessly.

That this whole story is so full of holes that if it were seaborne it would sink in minutes has never really bothered them. They simply take whatever facts fit the Narrative, and twist the others to fit as well.

Those that don't are ignored and buried.

Don't want to go full chapter and verse on all this; most of you already know that after Trump won, skullduggery in the previous administration started immediately. The dissemination of classified intelligence went to every agency in the government.

Thousands of bureaucrats, installed by the last lot, had their hands on TS/SCI intelligence that was gleaned by 'unmasking' American citizens who had peripheral contact with Russian nationals.

It was, and is, illegal. Most of it done by either Susan Rice or Samantha Powers. To this date none of these people have been called to account for their actions, and when they are brought up they are universally defended.

This was just the tip of the iceberg; we all have been treated to the circus at the FBI,with the very heads of the agency seemingly locked in an effort to depose a lawfully elected president.

It is against this backdrop that the president went to Europe.

His first stop was NATO. He immediately called them out for the frauds that they are. The media here shrieks that 'he went after our friends and allies'. These 'friends' have lived high on the hog since the 1950's since SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe) morphed into NATO.

To prevent the USSR from charging down the Fulda Gap with their 500 Divisions, the US stationed troops in Europe, mostly in Germany. It was a necessary element of the Cold War.

That was then. In 1989, the Soviet Union dissolved. That's THIRTY YEARS AGO. Cut to now.

Russia is a decaying, sad sack of it's former Soviet self. With an economy half that of California, and a declining population, they do have one thing: 4,000 nuclear weapons. They also have some very modern delivery systems.

There are some who want to bankrupt the Russian Federation so they can seize the vast resources. Those would be world banking interests.

Others are itching for a shooting war. John McCain famously called Putin a 'punk', and that they could be defeated militarily 'with little cost'.

Folks, that's not just nuts. That's sheer insanity.

The US backed a coup against Putin's stooge in the Ukraine. Neo fascists were installed. Their goal was to corner Russian assets in eastern Ukraine, namely Sevastapol. Now, western forces have been trying to deny the Russians this region since the Crimean War in 1853.

Which was, coincidentally, the first war financed by international banking interests; Junius Morgan, father of J.P. underwrote the British effort. It was, as is the current effort, an attempt to deny Russia it's only real warm water port.

In essence, Russia cannot feed its country without it.

The other deeply contested region is Syria, driving Assad out of power and making Russia retreat. Why?

There is a Russian naval port at Tartus. The only other deep sea warm water port. See a connection?

Russia has said any attempt to drive it out of the Ukraine, where the natives all speak Russian, will be seen as an 'act of war'. Yet the political left, it's water carriers in the media, and the neocon movement seems intent on pushing them into a corner.

Once again, this isn't just stupid, it's criminally insane.

So, what are you seeing? The president of the United States, trying to avoid a shooting war with a wounded, but very dangerous adversary, which is HIS RESPONSIBILITY.

How is he being received? With open hostility, lies, hatred and threats of impeachment, even treason.

His own party isn't much help; two years ago when this site was first launched the assertion that President Trump's biggest problem would be the GOP, not the Democrats. They predictably fell into the neocon party line; how dare Trump side with Putin against the 'intelligence community'.

The day of rage took it's toll.

The president had to 'clarify' his comments on Tuesday. He meant to say 'would' instead of 'would not' when saying Russia hadn't 'hacked' our election. It was an obvious walkback. But he still slipped in his little barb.

He said he had 'complete faith' in HIS PEOPLE in the intelligence community.

The 'other people'?

That's John Brennan, James Clapper, James Comey. Andrew McCabe, and Peter Strzok. Just what about them should he have a positive feeling about?

The facts are simply this:

The president met with a cornered,, and dangerous adversary who is looking for a way out. They spent four hours together, alone. Between these two men they know everything. There is no secret that Bob Mueller or any other investigative agency has that these two didn't know.

The deep state toadies spent all day Tuesday demanding transcripts of the meeting. They want to know what they need to spin. But there were no leaks.

Drat. This made them very unhappy, and there's even talk of issuing a subpoena for the translator. Good luck with that.

President Trump took a big risk with this summit. There are powerful interests heavily invested in Russia as an enemy; not just the banks who want war, but the defense industry and their black projects where warfighting money can be secretly siphoned off to.

His 'trump' card, if you'll forgive the pun, is that the supposed 'enemy' wants the same thing we all do- peace and prosperity for his nation. Nobody is excusing the former KGB colonel as a patron saint of democracy.

Neither was Kim Jong Un, nor Premier Xi. Go all the way back. Breaking bread with dictators is distasteful, but necessary.

Trump and Putin announced the end of the Cold War. Just two months ago Trump and the North Korean leader announced the end of the Korean War.

This really seems to hack some people off. The reasons have just been pointed out here; there are those invested in war as a business model, and there are those who are so bereft of having lost power that they will back an economic collapse (Bill Maher) or even a nuclear war (various CNN and MSNBC 'experts').

To this author, these seem just inane, idiocy gone amok.  

Will the American people make the right call? Never have the stakes been so high...

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Friday, 13 July:

It seems an appropriate date considering the unfolding events. 

It was the 13th of July when King Philp IV arrested Jacques de Molay and the other heads of the Templar Knights. His coffers nearly bare, Philip thought he could make a quick strike on the Templars and their fleet moored in French waters.

All that Templar gold. He couldn't pass the chance. Instead, moments after the head Templars were captured the word got out and the ships sailed fast. 

Went to Scotland. Maybe. That's a story for another time.

Philip got nothing out of the deal, and shortly after he convinced Pope Clement V to condemn the order so they could be put to death. When de Molay was being burned alive he told Philip and the pope that they would both 'die within a year'.

They did, too. 

Long rumored the origin of the Friday the 13th superstition, it also dovetails what is happening now. The president is invading Europe, much like another political leader of ancient times, Julius Ceasar.

Ceasar had no military experience but took the greatest army in the world at the time and rewrote the way war was to be waged for the next 1500 years. He was smart, a quick study and could think out of the box.

Improvise. Think on his feet.

Into the bowels of the dastardly European Union goes the 45th President; much like Ceasar with the knowledge his forces are both the best in the world, and loyal. That his economy is roaring and the country on the road to self sufficiency.

That's right. Self sufficient. Meaning the country doesn't need foreign import of anything.

We export fuel, now. We have 4 billion pounds of cheese sitting around, surplus. The tariffs make US autos much more attractive.

China is freaking out over this; they are now like the North Koreans were before Comrade Kim's come to Jesus moment. They can't figure out Trump; the other US presidents were easy to plan for. But Trump?

He's hitting their retaliatory tariffs with higher ones. This has never happened before.

But Trump knows the Chinese economy is an 'export' one. They don't consume their own goods. Therefore they depend on foreign markets for their export based system to survive. The US, being an import economy can.

Pretty simple, really. It's called a 'whip hand', and the President has it, and goodness is he using it. His opening act was to tell the head of NATO about German duplicity with Russia. They are paying literally nothing for their defense, demand US protection while making plans to get 70% of their energy from the man Shepard Smith hates more than anyone else in the world.

That rascal Valdimir Putin.

As a matter of fact, the former German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is the head of the German/Russian pipeline project. You won't hear Shep or his CNN cohort Jake Tapper mention this.

Trump doesn't care.

After blistering NATO publically, he chided Macron, who is the weasel everyone expected he was at first. Then he lit into Angela Merkel, and the real truth of HOW pathetic their military expenditure is.

It isn't the small amount of GDP. It's where it goes.

They have few operational systems on line. This article overstates their actual capability, but gives a fair assessment:


You think Trump doesn't know this? That Mattis and Kelly don't give him this intel? He knows about the $200 billion pipeline deal with Russia. What would you expect an American president to say?

He called 'bullshit' on them. Then he and Melania traipse on over to the UK to meet with Teresa May. Turns out she ignored Trump's advice on a 'hard' Brexit -meaning a quick break from the EU- to a 'soft' break.

Trump wasn't pleased and said so. The bilateral trade agreements he promised, and the Brits desperately need, cannot occur. This type of exit means trade agreements still go through Brussels.

Hell, it's the money, and they don't want to give it up. May got border and some immigration control, not much else. It wasn't what the people voted for, and she is still in danger of losing her government over it.

Meanwhile, back in the United States, the media had the circus show over FBI agent Peter Strzok's 'testimony' before the House. It was the House of Representatives at it's worst; two political parties intractable with each other, a witness who at the very best is an egomaniacal horse's ass, and a slobbering, slavish media looking to propel The Narrative.

It was ridiculous enough that it will be given little mention here, other than this nugget:

Strzok admitted to Rep Jim Jordan than Bruce Ohr gave the document (the Steele Dossier) to the FBI. Ohr's wife worked for Fusion GPS, who hired Steele with DNC money. While widely believed, this is the first confirmation.

That's the tip of a REAL big iceberg,folks... 

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Amy Coney Barrett:

You're NEXT...

Monday, 9 July:

In a decision that was basically fool proof, President Donald J. Trump selected Brett Kavanaugh, 53, a sitting jurist in the D.C Circuit Court of Appeals.

It was a foolproof choice due to the fact the four finalists were all superb decisions, only offering texture as a difference. The other three 'finalists' were fine choices in their own right. There were, however, some very solid reasons for landing on Kavanaugh.

He has the most experience of any of them, also having served George W. Bush first as counselor and then as secretary to the President.  He knows 'both sides of the ball' as a result. He has a voluminous paper trail, over 300 decisions.

However, his judicial philosophy is extremely prudent.

Being both an originalist and a texturalist, like the others he will look at any case without political prejudice. Is it a law, passed by the people's congress, and is it constitutional?

The major reason he was chosen is because they basically CAN'T deny him the seat. He has shown enough nuance to display he isn't some right wing rubber stamp -he allowed the Obamacare mandate be called a 'tax', just like Justice Roberts did- as it went through the system.

While many may disagree, they felt that was an argument for the political arena, NOT the courts.

You can be sure both Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski will vote 'yes'. So, too will two or three Democrats, and he will be confirmed by a couple of votes. It will be surprisingly easy.

The left was ginning up to take on Amy Coney Barrett, a 46 year old mother of seven who is a devout Catholic. She is the choice of the base, and would have been the center of the most fireworks.

She was also an outsider, being a Notre Dame graduate. Kavanaugh, on the other hand, has the requisite Ivy League background and has been 'in the swamp' since 2000. The President knows that of the finalists Kavanaugh will be the easiest to confirm.

That's a major issue. He may have wanted Barrett, and Trump was quite taken with her. But she has only been on the bench for eight months, and doesn't have a lot of decisions. Sources say that the Indiana native is 'next in line'.

This pick is an obvious committee choice; the Heritage Society and the Federalist Society have both weighed in on these picks. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell counted heads and gave the president his take.

Trump needed to make the decision: what kind of a fight did he want right now, just months before a hotly contested mid term election cycle? The president, who doesn't mind a bare knuckle bar fight chose to take a small step back.

Kavanaugh, being so deeply intertwined in D.C. circles, is just the best 'sure thing' bet of the lot, and his record can allow the few on the fence types to throw in on it. Barrett might have lost.

That may have been grand for revving up the base, but having a failed Supreme Court nominee be turned down is a disaster by any name, and the opposition would have used it as a bludgeon.

This was a very wise, almost no brainer choice.

Now, the president can go to Brussels and then meet up with Putin knowing this is 'in the can'. Don't buy the mountain of propaganda that will be visited upon this pick. The Dems know they can't prevent this.

What they can do is just scare the hell out of their base to keep them revved up for the midterms, and they are prepared to drop some serious coin on it. For the American people, the rule of law, as opposed to the rule of the court, is now at hand.

It will devastate the progressive movement, because they cannot get their policies inacted through congress. They have to have a 'packed court' and judiciary so they can bypass the people and their representatives.

This 'judicial activism' will now end. For that gift, this most unusual, and now consequential of all presidents will be honored for generations to come...


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05.09.2018 04:58


Great take on the circus that used to be known as the SCOTUS nomination hearings. The Dems are hurting themselves and do look so foolish..as usual. I’m not a fan of Title9 either..

10.08.2018 05:57



11.08.2018 03:17


that's funny!

28.07.2018 06:03


I don’t believe Neil Cavuto! Great piece, damn right China interfered in our election. They also DID hack into Obama’s OPM in ‘15 & stole all the identities and data of 4 million federal employees...

28.07.2018 06:23


there is little doubt the people are lied to on a daily basis. That's been true for some time. This is audacious beyond belief...

18.07.2018 18:09

Fred Hill

Perhaps your finest and very necessary column..

18.07.2018 18:41


thanks for the kind words...