WND Exclusive – Elizabeth ‘Woodrow’ Warren: The Scariest Candidate

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

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Elizabeth Warren

Of the top tier of candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for president, one may be scarier than the others, and it may not be who you think.

A month or so ago, I wrote that Kamala Harris was rapidly gaining ground, and I thought that she, as a black women, might pose the most problems for Trump.

This may still be true, but it’s not the purpose of this article.

Rather than just speculating on just who might win, I wanted to take a look at who may be the worst, most dangerous choice as president from the left – not who can likely beat Trump, just who would be the most damaging, should he or she win. read more

Video Podcast – A Confluence of Two Schemes

Red Flags and Deep Fakes

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

There are currently two things happening in America that could be devastating to our people. Two things, which if used by the correct villainous individual or group, could cripple one’s reputation, ruin one’s life, or much much worse.

One high-tech and one decided low. One can negatively affect a single individual and the other could potentially rock the entire nation and send us spiraling into Civil War.

This is not hyperbole. I am deadly serious.

The two are Red Flag laws and Deep Fake Videos. read more

New York Times Trump-Russia Dry-Hole

New York Times Executive Editor admits the paper’s myopic coverage of Trump-Russia and how they handle to scramble when it came up empty.

from the Washington Examiner:

New York Times chief outlines coverage shift: From Trump-Russia to Trump racism

Dean Baquet, the executive editor of the New York Times, said recently that, after the Mueller report, the paper has to shift the focus of its coverage from the Trump-Russia affair to the president’s alleged racism.

“We built our newsroom to cover one story, and we did it truly well,” Baquet said. “Now we have to regroup, and shift resources and emphasis to take on a different story.” read more

Don’t Cave on the Constitution

The beginning of the end of the Second Amendment

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

I agree with the President on most things, but I can’t on this.

We’ve been hearing, ad nauseum, that polling suggests that the public supports universal background checks and greater gun restrictions. And we’ve not only been hearing this from democrats, but also from Republicans.

So now I guess we’ve given up on protection and defense of the Constitution and will be governed by the whims of the people and politicians?

It reminds of what the father of the modern progressive movement, president Woodrow Wilson said.  (I hate that guy!) “The Constitution was founded on the law of gravitation. The government was to exist and move by virtue of the efficacy of ‘checks and balances.’ The trouble with the theory is that government is not a machine, but a living thing. No living thing can have its organs offset against each other, as checks, and live.”

This was the beginning of the “living, breathing,” Constitution. That musty old document was fine for its day, but it should not have been built on immovable bedrock. Instead it should be built on sand so that it may move and shift with the changing times.

President Trump and the Republicans have expressed openness to a federal red flag law and for “meaningful” background checks. read more

Very Few Mass Shooters are White Nationalists

by: Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

And frankly, very few mass-shooters are even white.

Still, leftist media outlets are happy to speak of the number of mass shootings in America. And they are particularly happy to speak, in detail, of mass shootings they can pin on white nationalists, or frankly any white shooter.

And why? Well, two reasons. Their hatred of guns and their disdain for President Trump.

Most will be shocked to hear that in 2019, the number of mass shootings already ranges from 200 to 255 nationwide. According to HuffPost, “the grim tally now stands at 255.” I won’t dispute the accuracy of this claim here. read more

Castro Outs Trump Donors

This is absolutely despicable. Castro has to know of the potential for violence by the likes of Antifa thugs against these donors, but still, like the leftist radical he is, Castro just doesn’t care. Like all radical leftists, they want to shut down any speech, opinion, or even support for anything or anyone with whom they don’t agree.

from the Washington Examiner:

‘Fueling a campaign of hate’: Joaquin Castro tweets names and employers of 44 Trump donors

The Twitter account operated by Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro’s reelection campaign listed 44 residents of San Antonio who donated the maximum amount to President Trump’s campaign for reelection so far this year. read more

Please Mr. President – Don’t Support Red Flag Laws

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

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Please Mr. President – reconsider. Don’t do this. Please stop pushing Red Flag legislation.

Oh, like taxes, or frankly any law that deals directly with the people, they all start out, as does this suggestion from the President, fairly innocuously and backed with the best of intentions – at least outwardly.

But as Will Rogers said: “The difference between death and taxes is death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets.”

And ole Will’s saying doesn’t just apply to taxes. It applies to virtually all laws and all regulations.

Take the income tax … Please! Just kidding.

Seriously, in 1913, the first year of the income tax, the top tax bracket was 7 percent (and that included a six percent surtax) on all income over $500,000 ($11 million in today’s dollars), and the lowest tax bracket was 1 percent.

And of course promises were made by our benevolent government overlords prior to its introduction, that tax rates wouldn’t just be continually raised.

Raise rates? Don’t be silly. We’re the government. You can trust us – right? read more

Video Podcast – Climate Change Virtue Signalers – Michelle for POTUS

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

Hot Air writes: “What do former President Barack Obama, Prince Harry, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Katy Perry have in common? All of them are famous, extremely wealthy, and environmental scolds. They talk a big game about saving the planet and fighting global warming but then they travel to Google Camp and just like that, their hypocrisy is exposed.”

Yes – climate change virtue signalers show up at the lavish Google Camp in private jets and mega-yachts to discuss how the rest of us should be more responsible, yet can’t seem to see the irony in their own actions.

Michael Moore says Michelle Obama should run for President. I beg to differ. I discuss that whether she should or not is immaterial. She won’t run and I’ll explain why. read more

What are the Residents of Baltimore Supposed to Do

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

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Well, I think I have a solution – one that both conservatives and leftists, Republicans and Democrats, could embrace.

But first – a logic chain of sorts.

It seems the crime rate in the Northern Triangle of Central America – Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, is falling. Yep – it’s actually decreasing. Is this due to the efforts of their local and national governments? Well maybe – but I doubt it.

Could it instead be that as hundreds of thousands of innocent people flee the violence in these three countries, it would leave behind just the criminals?

Is that it – that all the good, law-abiding citizens are fleeing so the criminals have fewer victims to prey on? This is what we’re told – is it not? That all these innocent families are showing up at our border, requesting asylum to escape the violence. read more

Oh Rats!! Baltimore Does Have a Problem

And as has been confirmed by Dan Bongino this morning – it’s impossible to “spread the blame,” as Baltimore has not elected a single Republican in 70 years or so.

from the Daily Caller:

Baltimore Rat Infestation Is So Bad They Made A Documentary About It 2 Years Ago

The Baltimore rat problem President Donald Trump tweeted about Saturday is apparently so extensive that it was the subject of a documentary two years ago.

The president’s tweets took aim at Democratic Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, who has been very critical of the administration’s immigration and migrant detention policies, calling his home district in Baltimore “rodent infested.” read more