Insiders Attempt To Overturn The Election With Attack On Flynn

By: Chris Buskirk National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is in the hot seat. But the real target is President Trump and his foreign policy. Donald Trump was elected as a change agent by Americans unhappy with the trajectory of the country and with the cozy concord that exists between political adversaries in a Washington where the politicians find more in common with each other than with … Continue reading Insiders Attempt To Overturn The Election With Attack On Flynn

The Manufacturing of Controversy – General Michael Flynn Edition….

By: sundance Anyone who has followed the deep weed construct of current U.S. politics against the backdrop of DC’s UniParty fear of President Trump can fully grasp the desperation of the professional political class to undermine the expressed purposes and intents of Trump to drain the proverbial swamp in Washington DC. Toward that end – the myriad of vested financial and political interests, including those interests … Continue reading The Manufacturing of Controversy – General Michael Flynn Edition….

a la carte |Travel Ban circa 02.09.2017

    “a la carte” posts attempt to collect a comprehensive look at a certain topic. My hope is that it will make researching easier for others by providing a collection of relevant articles. If you would like to contribute to a la carte you may via the contact page or in comments. “Many of us are more capable than some of us, but none of us … Continue reading a la carte |Travel Ban circa 02.09.2017

State Department refugee database vulnerable to hacking, watchdog found

By: Catherine Herridge The State Department internal watchdog, back in December 2016, sent a “classified management alert” regarding ongoing IT security vulnerabilities in the system. Two months later, the inspector general  released a related unclassified report, “Inspection of the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.” “It’s very unusual for action to be taken by the inspector general before the final report is reviewed by the bureau that’s under … Continue reading State Department refugee database vulnerable to hacking, watchdog found

The 9th Circuit’s Reversal Rate is 80%. Activist Disrupters at Their Finest.

By: The Truth Division Democrats shouldn’t get too high on their horse — because things could change very quickly. The 9th Circuit Court’s decision to block President Trump’s controversial — but Constitutional — immigration order has an extremely high chance of getting overturned by the Supreme Court of the United States. Why? Because the “reversal rate” of the 9th Circuit is hovering at a solid 80 percent. What does that mean? … Continue reading The 9th Circuit’s Reversal Rate is 80%. Activist Disrupters at Their Finest.

AMERICANS FIND TRUMP MORE TRUSTWORTHY THAN MEDIA

By: Paul Joseph Watson A new national poll finds that Americans see Donald Trump as being more trustworthy than the mainstream media. The survey, conducted by Emerson College Polling, found that the Trump administration is considered to be truthful by 49% of respondents compared to 48% who think it’s untruthful. In comparison, the news media is considered to be untruthful by 53% of respondents compared to … Continue reading AMERICANS FIND TRUMP MORE TRUSTWORTHY THAN MEDIA

Local Anti-Milo organizer: Window-smashing Cal protest ‘stunningly successful’

By: Matier & Ross Organizers of the anti-Milo Yiannopoulos demonstration last week at UC Berkeley that ended in $100,000 worth of window-breaking chaos declared it a “stunningly successful” protest — one they’ll happily repeat if the right-wing provocateur tries to return to campus. “We are happy with the results,” said UC Berkeley Law School alumnus Ronald Cruz of the group By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN. “We were able … Continue reading Local Anti-Milo organizer: Window-smashing Cal protest ‘stunningly successful’