Sorry for Blurting it Out, But Christine Blasey Ford is a Liar

And her story isn’t credible.

The Democrat activist with the little-girl voice –and the universal fear of speaking a word against her — should make feminists cringe.

Read the excellent piece by David Horowitz: Sorry for Blurting it Out, But Christine Blasey Ford is a Liar


CNN Reveals the Monstrous Truth

The crack journalists at CNN have discovered the true reason why the Trump administration is separating illegal alien undocumented immigrant parents and children as they attempt to  illegally  enter the United States.

The network has obtained a copy of the White House dinner menu for June 20, in which the main course is listed as “Medallions of Young Immigrant in a light Mushroom Merlot sauce.”

That’s right –the dastardly Trump administration is dragging babies from their mothers’ and fathers’ arms at the border to satisfy the unspeakable gastronomic preferences of the insane demon elected President by the racist redneck deplorable scum that Rightful-President Hillary Clinton warned us about.

Oh, the humanity.

The White House Larder




Officer Charged in Shooting Death of Justine Damond

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Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor has been charged with 3rd degree murder and 2nd degree manslaughter in the shooting death of Australian native Justine Damond last July 15.

Damond was killed outside of her Minneapolis home after she called 911 to report a possible sexual assault behind her house. When police arrived,  she approached their vehicle and was shot by Noor from the passenger-side seat, although she was unarmed and dressed in pajamas.

At a press conference on Mar. 20, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said

“In the short time between when Ms Damond Ruszczyk approached the squad car and the time that Noor fired the fatal shot, there is no evidence that officer Noor encountered a threat, appreciated a threat, investigated a threat or confirmed a threat that justified his decision to use deadly force,” Freeman said in prepared remarks. “Instead, officer Noor recklessly and intentionally fired his handgun from the passenger seat, in disregard for human life.”

Noor was lauded as the first Somali American to join the Minneapolis Police 5th Precinct back in 2015, but he has since had three complaints filed against him. One involved an incident in May 2017 that resulted in a woman filing a lawsuit against Noor, charging him with false imprisonment, assault and battery.

A spokesperson for the Minneapolis chapter of CAIR, Jaylani Hussein, did not defend Noor. Instead he appeared to lay some of the blame for Noor’s actions at the feet of the police, saying “We need to recognize him for who he is. He was trained by the police department. He acted as a police officer. Mr Noor is responsible for his actions.”

Hussein also questioned why, in his view,  the department and police union had not defended Noor as they had other officers involved in police shootings.

Noor faces a maximum of 25 years in prison on the murder charge and up to 10 years for the manslaughter charge.

Gazans Demand Right of Return to Israeli Administration

. . . and who can blame them.

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Thousands of Gaza residents donned Hollywood-style scarves and headed for the border with Israel today, demanding a right to return to Israel.

At least 12 Palestinians were killed and hundreds more were wounded by IDF gunfire along the Israel-Gaza border, Palestinian sources said Friday, as thousands swarmed the security fence as part of “The Great March of Return,” called for by enclave’s militant Hamas rulers.

Israel disengaged from the Gaza in 2005, dismantling Israeli homes,  uprooting Jewish residents, and withdrawing troops. Since 2007, Gaza has been ruled by the terrorist organization Hamas, which was elected by the Gazans the year before.

Since then the Gaza, along with the PA-run West Bank, has become the largest per capita recipient of foreign aid on the planet, though it is difficult to find numbers for Gaza alone, and few are willing to admit directly funding Hamas.

[D]espite decades of generous international goodwill, all the Palestinian-Arab leadership has managed to create is an untenable, divided entity, crippled by corruption and cronyism, with a dysfunctional polity and a feeble economy with a minuscule private sector and bloated public one, and utterly dependent on foreign aid.

Moreover, humanitarian needs have not been met in any meaningful manner — with the entire civilian infrastructure system teetering on the cusp of collapse — with perennial power outages, undrinkable water supplies, failing sanitation services, and awash in uncontrolled and untreated flows of raw sewage.

But while Hamas is incapable of providing the public services required for civilized life in the 21st century no matter how many billions of dollars it receives in foreign aid, it has become one of the largest Arab weapons producers:

Hamas Political Bureau Member, Fathi Hammad, proudly informed Al Aksa TV: “our Jihadi, ‘Izz Al-Din Al-Qassam units have become an army, Allah be praised…This army has its own industry…These are advanced missiles. If you look into the missile or weapon industries of developed countries, you will find that Gaza has become the leading manufacturer of missiles among Arab countries…”

Hamas is hoping to establish sizable tent cities at the border in the run-up to the State of Israel’s 70th anniversary on May 15th.

“We owe these women our thanks.” –Al Franken

Wow, talk about empathy.

KABC Los Angeles news anchor Leeann Tweeden has accused Democrat Sen. Al Franken of kissing and groping her without her consent. And she has a photo to prove it.

The incidents occurred when both were doing a USO tour in 2006.  Franken has now apologized –despite claiming he doesn’t remember –and thereby admitted guilt.  Sordid details can be found here.

Franken responded to the Tweeden’s story shortly after its publication Thursday morning.

“I certainly don’t remember the rehearsal for the skit in the same way, but I send my sincerest apologies to Leeann. As to the photo, it was clearly intended to be funny but wasn’t. I shouldn’t have done it,” he said in a statement to CBS News.

 Big Al the alleged Senator certainly shouldn’t have done it, just as he shouldn’t have “joked” about raping Leslie Stahl, but the fact that he did puts the Democrats in something of a tough spot.

We’ve been subjected to the moralizing and high dudgeon of swamp creatures for many days, as they discuss what should happen to Judge Roy Moore, and then up crops yet another example of the predatory sexism of the Left, the Democrats, the Progressives.

Moore is running in a special election for Jeff Sessions’  former Senate seat against Dem. candidate Doug Jones. We haven’t heard much about Jones or his qualifications for office. That’s because the entire race now turns on a flood of sexual assault allegations from women –then teenagers –who dated Moore 38 years ago. Sordid details can be found here.

The Democrat party has a very, nay extremely high tolerance for predatory behavior towards women on the part of its men. One need only think of Mrs. Clinton’s husband, including his many excursions on the “Lolita Express.” Yet they are outraged when it is found that an adult man dated a teenager, regardless of the legal marriage age in the state, regardless of the parents’ consent or even encouragement, regardless of the mores of the time and place.

(It’s sort of like the national debt. The Democrats can spin up a debt that will beggar our grandchildren without hesitation. The dismal failure which was Obama’s “Stimulus Package” is a case in point. Yet let the Republicans pass a single tax relief bill, and the Democrat fretting begins: “Howwillwepayforit? Howwillwepayforit?”)

Also interesting is the fact that at the time of his alleged improper behavior with minors, Roy Moore was a Democrat.







Dream On

Here’s an idea:

Since Pres. Trump has ended Obama’s illegal DACA program, why don’t Mexican citizens brought to the US illegally by their parents display their national pride and desire for public service by returning to Mexico?

Now that they’ve been brought up in America, educated in American schools, and exposed to freedom-loving, equality-minded Americans for so many years, what could be better than to bring that education back to the land of their birth?  And do something to make Mexico the kind of country that people are not constantly trying to leave forever?

Of course, Dreamers have the not-inconsiderable handicap of having learned early that if you,  personally, can benefit from breaking the law, you should do it.  But you have to start somewhere.

And many Dreamers will have learned subsequently that breaking the law will sometimes cost you dearly, and not just at the hands of rival drug traffickers.

Together with Mexicans who have never left their country,  Dreamers can start working to reform their legal system, to  make laws that are reasonable and just, and reflect Mexican values,  and that are enforced equally whether the lawbreaker is a local bandito or a federal judge.

Mexicans can start working to raise the age of consent in their country. In many Mexican states, that age is currently 12. Sex tourism and child prostitution are not what a country should aspire to be known for.

Cockfighting, dog fighting, and yes even bullfighting could be outlawed or heavily regulated, so Mexico would no longer be a safe space for blood sports.

And instead of relentlessly claiming to be victims of racism here in America, Dreamers could return to Mexico to tackle the pervasive racism in their own country.

Mexico could start emphasizing education, job training, skilled industry, instead of going north to work as somebody’s maid or gardener. And being seen as “hard workers”, who nevertheless rate low pay.

Mexico is the 2nd largest supplier of imported oil to the US. Yet remittances from Mexican emigres to their families back home is the country’s 2nd largest source of income, surpassing tourism and agricultural exports.

Maybe some of those Dreamers with degrees in economics, in business or management, in government, in IT fields, might feel a tug of loyalty to their homeland, a desire to see their own country do well, and return to Mexico to apply their expertise where it might do so much good.