Smoking Gun? Fmr. Obama Deputy Asst. Defense Secretary Reveals Details About Surveillance of Russia, Trump’s Staff to MSNBC’s Brzezinski

"The Trump folks, if they found out how we knew what we knew about the Trump staff dealing with Russians, that they would try to compromise those sources and methods, meaning we would not longer have access to that intelligence. I became very worried because not enough was coming out into the open and I knew that there was more. We have very good intelligence on Russia. So then I had talked to some of my former colleagues and I knew they were trying to also get information to the hill. That's why you have the leaking." —Former Obama Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Evelyn Farkas, in her interview with MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski, 29 March 2017


Conservative Persecution in the Left’s Cognitive Dissonant World

In a world internationally connected through the Internet, the varieties of people, their cultures and customs inevitably clash over their need for commodities, for ideological purposes and of course, historical feuds dying hard. The information individuals receive versus what is real or even interpreted rely entirely on the journalists and the ethical integrity relative to … Continue reading Conservative Persecution in the Left’s Cognitive Dissonant World

The Schizotypy of Donald Trump

Fears over President Trump’s green approach to statecraft, ignorance of constitutional law and blatant disregard of proper decorum continues snowballing over his incessant psychotic rants over Twitter at the witching hour every night. At times, they are so incoherent and shockingly disorganized that his own Executive Branch must remain on standby to find the pieces to put the schizotypal president back together again. Last Friday's Trump/Ryan … Continue reading The Schizotypy of Donald Trump

For Late I.R.A. Leader Martin McGuinness, Social Justice’s Path to “Reconciliation and Peace-building” Was Paved Through Terror

Whether one remembers Martin McGuinness as a freedom fighter or terrorist, or more recently, a “peacemaker,” one thing is certain: The path to Hell is paved with good intentions. To Hambleton and many others, "He was very opaque and selective with the truth.” But for McGuinness and Jo Berry, “good intentions” meant paving a path to "reconciliation and peace-building" with the blood and bones of the hundreds he killed in the name of social justice.

Construction of Trump’s Potemkin Village on Drained D.C. Swamp is Far Ahead of Schedule

In essence, what Never Trump conservatives long feared has now reared its ugly head, and wasted little time doing so. America really did vote last November on Obama’s policies, his pledge to usher in “Change we could believe.” The Republicans are now pivoting hard left with each new day, while the Democrats, by their own admission, are nothing if not elected Marxists. Such lack of empathy by any Republican for the “great unwashed” historically plays into the Democrats’ hands like political silly putty. And it will again in less than two years given the inauspicious start to Trump's presidency. He is only president for one reason, and one reason only. Had Barack Obama not served as president for two disastrous terms, there would be no President Trump nor his Republican Party to "drain the swamp" in order to construct his Potemkin Village.

Without Barack Obama, There Would Be No President Trump

The night of November 4, 2008 will eternally stand the test of time as the one pledge kept by then President-Elect Barack Obama: Change. As America’s first black president's open animus towards white people drove his agenda, he also was first to implement policies grounded intellectually in a “who’s who” among the feckless 1960’s Frankfurt School's ideological strata. Through … Continue reading Without Barack Obama, There Would Be No President Trump

The Dangers of Free Trade Agreements Through the Eyes of Heidi Cruz

High school students were once taught the economic principle behind the French term laissez-faire, or “to let be”. Free market economics evolved from centuries of observing trends in the intercolonial trade within the British Empire and others known as mercantilism, where protectionist tariffs were placed on commodities from markets outside colonial domains to preserve imperial interests. Whether it was mercantilism … Continue reading The Dangers of Free Trade Agreements Through the Eyes of Heidi Cruz