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Radical New York Governor is Just a Typical Democrat

The policies of New York Governor have become increasingly radical over the past few years. But when you think about it, he is directly reflective of the democrat party as a whole. The whole lot of them have never been more radical then they are today. It’s almost as if they intentionally want to burn down the entire traditional American system and rebuild it in their own warped image. But that couldn’t be it – right?

from the American Thinker:

Andrew Cuomo: Criminals’ Best Friend

Thirty-five years ago, as a late teen, I came to New York to attend yeshiva.  As an avid follower of news and politics, I recall cringing every time I heard then–New York governor Mario Cuomo on the radio, as he pontificated on the issues of the day, spewing forth liberal platitudes as if they were divine truths that no one dare question, while failing to say anything of substance, as the state was falling apart.  It was a disgrace.

Seventeen years later, Cuomo’s son, Andrew, was sworn in as the 56th governor of New York.  Although none of my friends or family members voted for him, people commented at the time that Andrew Cuomo was better than his father — pro-business; anti-crime; not as politically correct; and willing to take on ultra-progressives, such as NYC mayor Bill de Blasio.  The crime rate in New York State was not escalating, the rate of businesses leaving the state was not increasing, and things seemed sort of OK for a state led by a Democrat (although issues of morality, with Cuomo’s infatuation with “gay pride” and his non-marital domestic relationship, left much to be desired). read more

Drill – Baby – Drill!

As Newt Gingrich once said: Drill – Baby – Drill!

from the Daily Caller:

Trump Expands Drilling In Utah Two Years After POTUS Cut The Size Of Bears Ears National Park

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The Department of Interior finalized a rule Thursday expanding drilling rights in Utah two years after President Donald Trump reduced the size of a pair of national monuments in the area.

Trump cut the size of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante monuments in 2017, which created a firestorm of criticism from activists who said the president’s decision hurt Native American communities. read more

Trump Wins on Immigration Again!

by: Brent Smith

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The Senate impeachment has basically sucked all the air out of the room. It’s all anyone political, like us, is talking about.

But despite the impeachment circus, it seems Trump just continues the winning. And by Trump, I really mean America, the American citizen, the rule of law and the Constitution.

Boom – winning!! (h/t: Charlie Sheen).

CBNC reports (no doubt begrudgingly) that the president has won yet another court battle regarding immigration.

“The Supreme Court said Monday that it will allow the Trump administration’s ‘public charge’ rule to take effect after the immigration policy had been blocked by lower courts,” writes CNBC. read more

Video Podcast – FISA Nonsense – Joe Rogan

by: Brent Smith

Today I discuss the FISA court, FBI lying, bogus Articles of Impeachment and the likelihood that those responsible for this mess will not be held accountable.

Lives have been literally ruined – and for what – all so that obsessed leftists can try to take down Trump before he wins reelection. Because that’s the real goal. Justice has nothing at all to do with it.

That and I discuss the less than reasoned explanation why Joe Rogan will probably vote for Bernie Sanders. read more

Is Adam Schiff Really a Lying Dirtbag?

So Congressman Adam Schiff is a lying dirtbag – so says Glenn Beck.

In some parts of the country, them’s fightin words!

But is Glenn correct, or is he just another angry right wing extremist, jealous of Schiff’s obviously superior legal mind and oratory acumen.

Let’s watch Glenn attempt to make his feeble argument in defense of this outrageous claim: read more

Is “The Purge” coming to a City Near You?

Many of us are at least familiar with the movie(s) about “The Purge.” The premise of these disgusting horror films is that, for a period of time, all crime is legal – no holds barred – no restrictions at all. Everything and everyone is fair game, from petty theft to murder and everything in between.

Personally I think it takes a rather sick mind to imagine such a thing, and an even more disturbed individual(s) to make it into a movie. And it doesn’t say much of those who spend money to view it (them). But that’s a discussion for another day.

This is about the coming real-life “Purge.” Cities like New York, who recently enacted “no bail” laws, have seen a drastic increase in crimes and multiple repeat offenders.

And instead of recoiling at the prospect, other cities and States are pondering following suit.

It’s why we conservatives often speak of slippery slopes – because this is the way it starts.

from Conservative Review:

New York’s crime laws imploding: 7 insane prison release stories

Weak-on-crime laws and policies are imploding everywhere they are enacted. New York is now the poster child of jailbreak insanity. Yet Republicans nationwide remain surprisingly muted in their criticism. Why? Because so many of them support the underlying premise behind de-incarceration radicalism. read more

Stein: Democrat Long Knives

from the American Spectator:

The Democrats’ Long Knives

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To whom do we owe our freedom? Do we owe it to the nightly news show hosts? I don’t think so. To the rap stars? Again, not a chance. To our great athletes? To the stars whom we sometimes dance with? No.

We owe everything to a tiny sliver of the population, about 2/3 of one percent, who wear the uniform. They put up their lives each and every day to save us. There are about 1.45 million of them out of a national population of about 330 million. We do virtually nothing for them. They do everything for us. read more

Will Dems Actually Get Prosecuted?

While I’m not onboard with some of what the author writes, this is a pretty interesting piece.

from the American Thinker:

Does William Barr Have the Guts?

When asked if William Barr has the guts to do what needs to be done, a semi-famous conservative Twitter pundit answered that Barr has the guts, but what he lacks is prosecutable crimes.

Wait, what?

If this seems like utter nonsense to you, you are not alone.  It is nonsense until you consider that successful prosecution also requires an unbiased jury willing to convict.  The point might have been that Barr lacks a D.C. jury pool that would be eager to impugn swamp creatures with the same zeal demonstrated for the prosecution of Roger Stone.  This is a particularly tough pill to swallow for the sober masses who are watching our nation be systematically imperiled by Democrats and the media. read more

Audio Article – Impeachment – Dismissal or Acquittal?

by: Brent Smith

If the Nancy Pelosi and the House ends up formally sending there bogus Articles of Impeachment to the Senate for trial, what may happen? Rumor has it that the Mitch McConnell and the majority Republicans in the Senate may just dismiss the charges.

Regardless of how we all feel, the Senate should, at the very least, acquit Trump on both charges and I discuss the reasons why. read more

Homeless Street Camping Now a Constitutional Right

from the Blaze:

SCOTUS lets 9th Circuit ruling stating that homeless people have a constitutional right to camp on public property stand

35 percent of America’s homeless lived unsheltered in 2018

The Supreme Court will not take up a case that asks whether or not the U.S. Constitution prevents homeless people with nowhere else to go from being ticketed for camping in public areas.

The case, which was brought to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals by a group of six current or former homeless people, challenges a Boise, Idaho, ordinance that prohibits the homeless from sleeping on public property, even if they have no other shelter to go to. The petitioners claimed that the statute violated their Eighth Amendment protection against cruel and unusual punishment, and the federal appeals court agreed with them, affirming a lower court’s ruling against Boise’s camping ordinance. read more