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From The FBI And DOJ . . . Hillary’s “Get Out Of Jail Free” Card

July 10, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on From The FBI And DOJ . . . Hillary’s “Get Out Of Jail Free” Card

By REY FLORES The entire federal government of the United States has finally collapsed into a big steaming pile of corruption beyond anything we have ever witnessed. There is no justice in America; only crooked politicians and their agents that enforce what the powers-that-be dictate. Despite mounting evidence of willful neglect, malfeasance, lack of transparency, and downright reviling of the American public, Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration at all levels have proven to be the most corrupt bunch to ever darken Washington, D.C. Former President Bill Clinton meets with Loretta Lynch on a private airplane in Phoenix, Thursday, June 30. The following Saturday the FBI meets with Hillary Clinton at her home. And on July 5, the FBI says…Continue Reading

Trump Weighs In, Too . . .. What Secret Phoenix Airport Meeting Shows About How Washington Works

July 9, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Trump Weighs In, Too . . .. What Secret Phoenix Airport Meeting Shows About How Washington Works

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — A trusted tipster calling a TV station here led to a reminder of the way Washington, D.C., really works, even when the national capital city’s denizens are far from the Northeast Corridor and close to the smuggling lanes of the desert Southwest. Presumed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted his outrage against the Phoenix incident, although Trump was more oblique in commenting on a different event that occurred the same day of high interest to pro-lifers, a Supreme Court decision. A little chat, a handshake, a knowing wink or a curled lip can do wonders for advancing the political world’s games. While national reporters usually keep a focus on public factors like Tea Partiers or…Continue Reading

When The Eye Cannot See

July 8, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on When The Eye Cannot See

By DONALD DeMARCO C. S. Lewis, in Mere Christianity, affirms that “good people know about both good and evil: bad people do not know about either.” This is a bold statement. In today’s world it would be dismissed not only as politically incorrect, but as both judgmental as well as offensive. Nonetheless, it is a matter of common sense. Good people know what good is. Therefore, since evil is a privation of good, they also know something about evil. But bad men, because they do not know what good is, cannot know what evil is. When we are awake, we know both what being awake is as well as what being asleep is. But while we are asleep, we know…Continue Reading

Pro-Abortion Justices . . . Impair Their Case For Making Final Argument Before Supreme Judge

July 7, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Pro-Abortion Justices . . . Impair Their Case For Making Final Argument Before Supreme Judge

By DEXTER DUGGAN Permissive abortion is an age issue, a truth issue, a candor issue, a power issue, to name only a few of the factors to place on the scales of justice. Pull aside the draperies at the U.S. Supreme Court and weigh them. Ruth Bader Ginsburg apparently didn’t believe she was revealing secrets when she said in a 2009 interview that she thought “concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of” was an important factor behind the court’s legalization of national permissive abortion in 1973. Voila, abortion clinics are drawn to poor populations like flies to honey. That was an interview with The New York Times by the…Continue Reading

Public Outrage . . . Deep-Sixes Obama Bureaucrat Plan To Grab More Clout Over London Bridge Lake

July 6, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Public Outrage . . . Deep-Sixes Obama Bureaucrat Plan To Grab More Clout Over London Bridge Lake

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — An Arizona U.S. congressman said massive public opposition forced a federal bureau to retreat from its arbitrary plan to further restrict recreational use of Lake Havasu, which is a popular water-sports site along Arizona’s western boundary and neighbor to reconstructed London Bridge. Most of that boundary is formed by the Colorado River, on whose bank opposite Arizona are Nevada and California. Conservative Republican Cong. Paul Gosar, whose largely rural Fourth District includes almost all of the Grand Canyon State’s “West Coast,” said in a June 16 statement: “This victory should put all federal agencies on notice: the American people are done with big government overreach. We refuse to tolerate lawless, unelected bureaucrats imposing their own…Continue Reading

Illegal War And Disguised Truth

July 5, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Illegal War And Disguised Truth

By ANDREW P. NAPOLITANO The 800-plus-page report of the House Select Committee on Benghazi was released this past week. It slams former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her willful indifference to her obligation to repel military-style attacks on American interests and personnel at the U.S. Consulate and a nearby CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya. She particularly failed to save the lives of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three of his colleagues, all under her care and control while she was secretary of state. The report also slams Clinton for her repeated lies about the cause of the attacks. After she told her daughter in an email that the Benghazi consulate had been attacked by an organized terrorist group using…Continue Reading

Has Anyone Here Seen Norman Rockwell’s America Lately?

July 4, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Has Anyone Here Seen Norman Rockwell’s America Lately?

By JAMES K. FITZPATRICK A question has puzzled me in recent years: Where are the modern versions of the working-class men and women we used to see in the old Norman Rockwell covers for The Saturday Evening Post? I don’t find many clean-cut truck drivers in cloth caps looking in admiration at a family praying before their meal at the local diner, crew-cut auto mechanics with the American flag on the wall behind their workbench, genial painters dabbing meticulously to finish their work on a small-town gazebo, prim and proper file clerks taking night courses at the local college. Rockwell’s working men and women were depictions of people you could easily picture as ushers at their church on Sunday, leaders…Continue Reading

Brexit Vote . . . Provides Hope For Suffering Citizens In Both Britain, U.S.

July 3, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Brexit Vote . . . Provides Hope For Suffering Citizens In Both Britain, U.S.

By DEXTER DUGGAN “See EU Later!” shouted the front-page headline on the 6 a.m. print edition of the London-based Sun newspaper on June 24. Bursting forth with the dawn, the surprising results of Britain’s vote the previous day on whether to leave the European Union left the professional know-it-alls staggered. The headline was, of course, a play on words, with the initials of the evolving European superstate being read as “you” — See You Later. That meaning wasn’t to be taken literally, because the British majority hadn’t voted to take a short vacation from the EU then return, but definitively to chop off the tentacles of Brussels’ bureaucrats and assert Britain’s independence. They didn’t intend to retie the knot later.…Continue Reading

We Need A New Revolution And A New Declaration Of Independence

July 2, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on We Need A New Revolution And A New Declaration Of Independence

By REY FLORES From the greatest nation to the greatest frustration, we once again celebrate Independence Day, or as it is more popularly known, the Fourth of July. Despite all of the corruption and blatant dishonesty from many of our nation’s so-called leaders, I am certain that we remain the greatest nation in the world. As to how long we can continue to make this claim, I don’t know. Just in the past week we have once again seen how our great nation can do some not-so-great things. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has once again sided with the abortion industry, almost as if there were some kind of reward for the SCOTUS to do so. In…Continue Reading

Has Trump Found The Formula?

July 1, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Has Trump Found The Formula?

By PATRICK J. BUCHANAN Stripped of its excesses, Donald Trump’s Wednesday, June 22 speech contains all the ingredients of a campaign that can defeat Hillary Clinton this fall. Indeed, after the speech ended Clinton was suddenly defending the Clinton Foundation against the charge that it is a front for a racket for her family’s enrichment. The specific charges in Trump’s indictment of Clinton: She is mendacious, corrupt, incompetent, and a hypocrite. “Hillary Clinton . . . is a world-class liar,” said Trump. She faked a story about being under fire at a Bosnia airport, the kind of claim for which TV anchors get fired. She has lied repeatedly about her email server. She lied to the families of victims of…Continue Reading