Particularly interesting is the last statement by Claire Amani, Tucker Carlson’s guest, in response to Carlson’s question: Continue reading
Thanks to Vlad Tepes and Nash Montana’s translation for the video link. Continue reading
She still doesn’t get it. Theresa May really believes (can she possibly?) that strict regulation of the internet will alleviate Britain’s jihad problem. Online extremism is the problem. Continue reading
The Washington, D.C. Metro Police investigation into last July’s unsolved murder of Democrat National Committee official Seth Rich remains shrouded in darkness and silence. The cops are playing this one very close to the vest. From my standpoint as a retired Colorado peace officer with more than 20 years in the business, they’re playing it too close to the vest. It looks to me like they need some help and they’re not asking for it. Why is that?
The as-yet unsuccessful protracted investigation to find and arrest whoever killed this young man has now drawn a lawsuit from a group called The Profiling Project. The Daily Caller recently published some information on the new litigation, which is purportedly driven by purely altruistic motives. Continue reading
Just for the record, should anyone in the future ever be interested in learning what happened to Donald Trump between his campaign for the Presidency in 2016 and May of 2017, it is important to take a look at the invisible man who is reportedly packing the White House full of anti-Trump personnel.
His name is Johnny DeStefano. Continue reading
For an explanation of today’s visual exhibit, please visit Diana West’s website and read her essay.
Yesterday, historian and author Diana West published an essay about a question that came up during the testimony of former CIA Director John Brennan, given during yesterday’s public portion of a Congressional investigation into alleged Russian influence on our 2016 election. This afternoon I plowed through viewing the above New York Times YouTube video of that session. I’ve posted the entire segment for the benefit of my readers who may be interested in hearing exactly what was said and by whom. Continue reading
From today’s Mirror comes this quote, uttered by British Prime Minister Theresa May in response to the Muslim fatal bombing at Manchester Arena yesterday following the Ariana Grande concert:
“We struggle to comprehend the warped and twisted mind that sees a room packed with young children not as a scene to cherish, but as an opportunity for carnage.
“But we can continue to resolve to thwart such attacks in future. To take on and defeat the ideology that often fuels this violence….”
I don’t know how much comfort the bereaved families of the 22 dead victims and the scores of grievously injured can, should, or will, take from Ms. May’s words. Continue reading