Category Archives: Crime and Punishment

D.C. Police Blackout Silence On Seth Rich Murder – No Arrests – No Comment – No Requests For Public Assistance

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 … Continue reading

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Another Unsolved High-Profile Murder That Stinks To High Heaven

The abject corruption in America’s politics has metastasized into the upper ranks of law enforcement.  Anyone above the rank of Sergeant in any given police department is no longer a cop.  He is a pure politician.  I tell you that … Continue reading

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Wary California Cops Making Fewer Terry Stops – Fewer Arrests – Crime Rises

Vladimir Lenin (Source: Dianawest.net) From the I Don’t Wanna Be A Cop No More department: “If police are more cautious about making arrests that might be controversial, making arrests that might elicit protests, then that is a victory,” Abdullah said. … Continue reading

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A Question: Why?

Why has President Donald Trump not fired FBI Director James Comey?  Comey, who was recently called the most powerful man in America, directs an organization which collects all kinds of information on people in all stations of life.  His is … Continue reading

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On Allegations Of Wiretapping And Surveillance: FBI Director James Comey – A Very Powerful And At Times Slippery Character

This is a fascinating exchange.  I’ve watched it several times.  Sometimes the FBI man James Comey is straightforward – and sometimes he’s not so straightforward.  You can decide.

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FORGERY

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Talking To A Wall? Arpaio’s Finale On Obama’s Great Fraud

Goodness knows we’ve had more than our fair share of deceit, sleights of hand, Three Card Monty, and much more played upon us by the occupants of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue during the past twenty-eight years.  That takes us clear back … Continue reading

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Geert Wilders Answers The Prosecutor’s Demand For Five-Thousand Euros

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Chicago: Blacks Beat White Man They Believe Voted For Donald Trump

This is just the beginning.  Meanwhile, I’ll be searching YouTube for the many videos which depict whites beating up older black people who voted for Mr. Obama.  I’m sure there must be lots of them.  Right?

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2 Videos: Rape Victim Kathy Shelton’s Attorney Candice Jackson – And Three Women Who Accused Bill Clinton Of Sexual Assault

With thanks to Andrew Bostom, here is a brief segment of 1975 rape victim Kathy Shelton’s current attorney, Candice Jackson, speaking about her 2005 book, Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine.  You can listen to the entire … Continue reading

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