End of Day Archives

McGahn & Mueller, Clapper Slaps Brennan, Trump Fights Censorship

McGahn & Mueller
One of the main media narratives is that President Trump has tried to cover up all the alleged wrongdoing that stemmed from his supposed collusion with Russia.  That is the basis for the obstruction of justice charge that now animates the Mueller investigation.    But that narrative took a big hit this weekend.

Why So Worried, Cuomo's Ticket Out, Good News

Why So Worried?
There have been some curious developments in the investigation into the deep state's meddling in the 2016 election. 

Trump Busts Brennan, Cuomo Was Never Great, Clinton & Kareem

Trump Busts Brennan
Yesterday we told you that President Trump had revoked former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance.  Judging from the media's insane reaction, you would think the president had just run the Constitution through the Oval Office shredder.  Let me run through Brennan's history one more time. 
While serving President Obama, Brennan downplayed the threat posed by ISIS. 

BREAKING NEWS, The Culture Wars, About That Deal

President Trump today revoked former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance.  It's about time!  Brennan has been actively engaged in the #Resistance movement to bring down the president of the United States, and appears to be implicated in the deep state efforts to spy on the Trump campaign. 

A Tale Of Two Marches,Speaking Of Deplorable, Clinton & Collusion

A Tale Of Two Marches
There have been two notable marches in Washington this year.  One occurred in the dead of winter as it has every year since 1973.  A youthful and diverse crowd marched through downtown Washington in favor of defending innocent unborn life. 
Many at the March for Life were particularly heartbroken that minority babies are aborted at much higher rates than other babies. 

The Left vs. Law Enforcement,What The Lefts Stands For, Better Late Than Never

The Left vs. Law Enforcement
I was struck this weekend by how overt and comprehensive the left's attack on law enforcement has become.  For example, preseason NFL games started last week and the kneelers were out in force. 

Dumping On U.S. Again, Join Me In D.C.

Dumping On U.S. Again
The dog days of summer are here, and we’re getting daily reminders of the growing hostility to our shared symbols of American patriotism.
This week an Atlanta charter school announced plans to dump the Pledge of Allegiance from its morning agenda. Predictably, the school said the change was being made in the name of “inclusiveness.”  That’s nuts.
Perhaps the elites running the school temporarily forgot what state they’re in. There was tremendous backlash from the patriotic citizens of Georgia. 

Islamist Threat Remains, Trump Gets Tough, Freedom vs. Free

Islamist Threat Remains
It has been several months since the last major terrorist attack in the United States, and President Trump has made tremendous progress in the war against the Islamic State.  Nevertheless, the threat from radical Islamic supremacism clearly remains.

Election Results, The Smears Begin, Clinton & Collusion

Election Results
Several states held primary elections yesterday, and candidates endorsed by President Trump fared well.
In Kansas, conservative Secretary of State Kris Kobach received a late endorsement from Trump, and now clings to a narrow lead in the primary for governor.
In Michigan, Iraq War veteran John James handily won the U.S. Senate primary against a wealthy, self-funded establishment candidate.  James faces a tough race in November against incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow. 

Freedom Of Speech, Media Bias, The Leading Cause Of Death

Freedom Of Speech

I saw this disturbing headline over the weekend:  "Survey Shows Shocking Percentage Of Americans Are Unable To Name A Single First Amendment Right." 

According to the survey conducted by the Freedom Forum Institute, 40% of those polled could not name even one of the five rights guaranteed by the First Amendment.  Another 36% could name only one.  Not surprisingly, freedom of speech was most commonly cited, followed by freedom of religion.