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Breitbart reporter Aaron Klein has observed that, during events yesterday marking the jihadist attacks of September 11, 2001, President Trump and three of his senior subordinates failed to name the perpetrators. Instead, they used euphemisms like “terrorists,” “barbaric forces of evil and destruction,” and “horrible, horrible enemies…like we have never seen before.” Now, if this were either of the other two post-9/11 administrations, such deflections would be standard operating procedure. But this is the presidency of Donald Trump – a man who savaged his predecessors for their failure to acknowledge we confront “radical Islamic terrorism” – and promising that he would. If Read More >>
Tue, Sep 12, 2017
Source: Frank Gaffney Category: FRANK GAFFNEY
A future trivia question and historical footnote, the spectacular 10-day flameout of Anthony Scaramucci qualifies as the most entertaining episode yet of the ongoing reality show that is the Trump presidency. (Working title: “The Pompadours of 1600 Pennsylvania.”) But even as the cocksure sycophant's gobsmacking spectacle stole the show, something of real importance took place a bit lower on the radar. At five separate junctures, the sinews of our democracy held against the careening recklessness of this presidency. Consequently, Donald Trump's worst week proved a particularly fine hour for American democracy: 1. The military says no to Trump on the transgender ban. Well, Read More >>
Thu, Aug 03, 2017
Source: Charles Krauthammer Category: CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
Transparency, thy name is Trump, Donald Trump. No filter, no governor, no editor lies between his impulses and his public actions. He tweets, therefore he is. Ronald Reagan was so self-contained and impenetrable that his official biographer was practically driven mad trying to figure him out. Donald Trump is penetrable, hourly. Never more so than during his ongoing war on his own attorney general, Jeff Sessions. Trump has been privately blaming Sessions for the Russia cloud. But rather than calling him in to either work it out or demand his resignation, Trump has engaged in a series of deliberate public humiliations. Day by Read More >>
Thu, Jul 27, 2017
Source: Charles Krauthammer Category: CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
Politically fueled cop hatred has taken another victim. Convicted felon Alexander Bonds, who had already assaulted an officer with brass knuckles, wrote on Facebook last September, “Police is f—-ts, and this ain't no gimmick. That's where your taxpayer money be going, to pay off your own people being murdered. N—-s ain't taking it no more,... Read More >>
Thu, Jul 06, 2017
Source: Heather MacDonald Category: HEATHER MCDONALD
One of the painful realities of our times is how long a political lie can survive, even after having been disproved years ago, or even generations ago. A classic example is the phrase "tax cuts for the rich," which is loudly proclaimed by opponents, whenever there is a proposal to reduce... Read More >>
Tue, May 02, 2017
Source: Thomas Sowell Category: THOMAS SOWELL
Extract from Secure Freedom Radio, 20 March 2017: I want to take a few minutes for what is known in government as a “point of personal privilege.” It's what you do when someone attacks you and you need to set the record straight. In my case, reporters for prominent national publications have gone after me as a way of attacking Donald Trump and his senior subordinates. Matthew Rosenberg of the New York Times, Eli Lake of Bloomberg, Greg Jaffe of the Washington Post and most recently Peter Beinart of the Atlantic have largely ignored the substance of lengthy interviews I have given Read More >>
Tue, Mar 21, 2017
Source: Frank Gaffney Category: FRANK GAFFNEY
Many people seem shocked at the recent savagery of a mob of students at Middlebury College, who rioted to prevent Charles Murray from addressing a student group who had invited him to speak. They also inflicted injuries requiring hospitalization on a woman from the faculty who was with... Read More >>
Mon, Mar 13, 2017
Source: Thomas Sowell Category: THOMAS SOWELL
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There are a number of situations in which several court appearances are expected before the real trial commences. Such appearances are referred to as interim or pre-trial hearings. Interim hearings serve a number of purposes depending on the case, and are usually held after you visit a Tampa personal injury law firm. Some important purposes of the interim hearings are: • An interim hearing may be requested by the prosecutor to let the court know that they are adequately prepared to take the case to trial. • Requesting the court for an adjournment. The main reason for this is to give the Read More >>
Mon, Jan 09, 2017
Source: Andrew C. McCarthy Category: ANDREW C. MCCARTHY
The year 2016 was a good one for books by men named Yuval. Over the past year, I read two, and both were excellent. The first Yuval is Yuval Levin, justifiably well known to NR readers. His Fractured Republic deserves the accolades it has been receiving. It is a cogent and well-reasoned look at how we have come to our present situation of bitter partisanship and broken politics, but it also makes a compelling case for a realistic path forward. He suggests a form of “subsidiarity,” i.e., getting away from solutions at the federal level and finding more answers locally. Read More >>
Thu, Dec 29, 2016
Source: Tevi Troy Category: TEVI TROY
I was delighted to see Stephen Dinan of the Washington Times in one of the moderators' chairs last night. He asked about immigration right at the beginning of the night, with questions on both foreign worker visas and immigration levels overall. Here's what was said about the first topic. read more Read More >>
Fri, Mar 11, 2016
Source: Mark Krikorian Category: MARK KRIKORIAN
Announcing his presidential bid this month, Sen. Rand Paul said he wants to repeal “any law that disproportionately incarcerates people of color.” Fulfilling this promise would require gutting murder statutes,... Read More >>
Mon, Apr 27, 2015
Source: Heather MacDonald Category: HEATHER MCDONALD
My latest column for National Review: The neoconservative Wall Street Journal's monotonously Islamophilic celebration of the “Arab Spring” has become as comically predictable as the open-borders enthusiasm that colors its coverage of illegal immigration. A fine example is the paper's profile of the general chosen by the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's new president, to lead the armed forces. The Journal is still stuck on the democracy-project dogma that free elections herald the birth of liberty, even as the Brotherhood tightens the noose in a nation whose population, by lopsided margins, keeps approving Muslim Brotherhood initiatives, electing Islamic supremacists, and telling Read More >>
Thu, Aug 16, 2012
Source: Andrew C. McCarthy Category: ANDREW C. MCCARTHY