Posts Tagged ‘ The Weekly Standard ’

Drain The Swamp

Drain The Swamp

  A pick that threatens all the work done by Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch. It seems like racial arsonist and world-class grifter Al Sharpton has stumbled upon the truth of the matter. The left’s opposition to Jeff Sessions is not driven by a genuine fear of how he’ll approach civil rights issues-almost all...
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Conflict Of Interest

Conflict Of Interest

When David Axelrod is questioning your probity, you might want to reevaluate your life choices. The fact that a woman who might be as thoroughly corrupt as her predecessor is in a position to quash an investigation into the presumptive Democratic nominee-and potentially, her boss-can be attributed to Republican malleability.  The fact that the...
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The Road To Nowhere

The Road To Nowhere

Update: Ex Cathedra. The obliviousness of Europe’s rulers, encapsulated in one tweet.  And the anti-European ruling class is still baffled by the popularity of Alternative for Germany. For a fascinating look at class and immigration-as well as how globalization has reshaped European politics-read Christopher Caldwell’s great essay in The Weekly Standard. Loathe though I...
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The Hollow Fourth Estate

The Hollow Fourth Estate

One of the mainstays of the Fox News Channel, like every other media property controlled by Rupert Murdoch, is its unstinting support of mass immigration. Granted, Lou Dobbs does have a show on Fox Business, and there are occasional appearances-and even guest hosting spots-for immigration patriots such as Michelle Malkin and Laura Ingraham, but...
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Islamic Isolation

  It’s funny, because this sounds a lot like a cell to me. Perhaps not quite as ambitious as the one which orchestrated the September 11th attacks, or even the group that planned the London massacre of July 7, 2005. However, there’s still a lot we haven’t learned about the most recent outbreak of...
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Impious Speech

Impious Speech

Update: Audio of the moment the attack commenced.  As we saw during the horrific attacks in France, the Pakistani siege of Mumbai, and almost every other recent jihadist wave, the small minority of extremists have carefully selected their next targets. Courtesy of World Post, an account of the attack on a Copenhagen synagogue. 
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Lies in Plaid

Lies in Plaid

  The  headline of this story is a bit misleading in the sense that Lamar Alexander never stopped embracing amnesty, despite the labored attempts to obfuscate his position throughout his primary campaign. If anything has been demonstrated by this latest round of primary victories by open borders Republican incumbents, it’s the toxicity of the...
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Rendering Justice

Rendering Justice

  As most of you know, this website has endeavored to provide information about a subject that-with a few notable exceptions-has been woefully underreported-and at times grossly misrepresented-by the mainstream media, i.e. the obstruction of and corruption of justice at the heart of the Fast and Furious scandal. The countless lives that have been...
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Kill The Bill

Kill The Bill

  Far be it from me to praise National Review-especially the feckless leadership of its current editor-in-chief-but when it’s right, it’s right. And in this case, NR is absolutely correct. John Boehner-never a profile in courage-needs to be reminded why he is the Speaker of the House. Here’s a clue: it’s not to fulfill...
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Revolution/Evolution (Free Speech At The UN)

Revolution/Evolution (Free Speech At The UN)

Most New Yorkers-especially natives-are inured to the daily spectacle which makes their city something of a super-sized freak show. However, most of the time that sideshow is of the sort one normally expects to see in Coney Island, i.e. entertaining enough as a diversionary pursuit, but not so garish or mind-altering as to force...
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