Tuesday, April 30, 2024

Go Gators: Statement From University of Florida After Arrest of Campus Occupiers Was Perfection

By Sister Toldjah | RedState.com

AP Photo/Chris O'Meara

While Ben Sasse left quite a bit to be desired during his time as a United States Senator from Nebraska, his administration's handling of the pro-Hamas protesters at the University of Florida, where he is now president, has been a case study in how it's done.

As RedState previously reported, the encampments we've seen crop up at other higher education institutions like Columbia University and UCLA were strongly discouraged from the outset at the U of F, as were other things, like "protests inside buildings, ... blocking egress, building structures" and the like. 

They also noted the consequences, which included "a 3-year trespass and suspension." Employees," they also warned, "will be trespassed and separated from employment."

In other words, free speech is fine and will be protected, but the nonsense that impedes the rights of others, not so much.

As per the norm, though, some agitators didn't listen. As a result, nine were arrested Monday, including at least one for spitting on an officer.

In response to outcry from protest "leaders" and their defenders, here's what the school's spokesman, Steve Orlando, had to say:

“This is not complicated: The University of Florida is not a daycare, and we do not treat protesters like children — they knew the rules, they broke the rules, and they’ll face the consequences. For many days, we have patiently told protesters — many of whom are outside agitators — that they were able to exercise their right to free speech and free assembly. And we also told them that clearly prohibited activities would result in a trespassing order from UPD (barring them from all university properties for three years) and an interim suspension from the university. For days UPD patiently and consistently reiterated the rules. Today, individuals who refused to comply were arrested after UPD gave multiple warnings and multiple opportunities to comply.”

In other words, FAFO is in full effect, which is refreshing to see and a far cry from Columbia's coddling of pro-Hamas demonstrators, which unfortunately ushered forth a very predictable outcome, as we reported earlier.

"Go Gators" is not a chant you typically hear from people who aren't Florida Gators fans, but in this writer's case, an exception to the rule is being made.

"Go Gators," and please keep up the good work in making critically important distinctions between what protecting free speech means versus zero tolerance policies designed to make the school safe, secure, and welcoming for others, especially at a time when cries of "First Amendment violations" are running wild.



Pro-Hamas VCU Students Tried to Fight Off Virginia State Police Last Night

Columbia Issues Warning to Students and Staff After Pro-Hamas Agitators Occupy Building

How One Campus Protester Typifies the Problems Universities Have Invited Upon Themselves

Northwestern Folds to Hamas Supporters, Will Provide Scholarships to 'Palestinians' and Other Insanity

UT-Austin Protestors Hit With Pepper Spray by Police, Have Meltdowns When Carted Off

Monday, April 29, 2024



Hugh Gallagher explored what he called FDR’s Splendid Deception in his 1985 book of that title. In the title Gallagher was referring to FDR’s concealment of the polio-related paralysis that struck him in 1921. Gallagher was also a polio victim who understood the pain underlying Roosevelt’s efforts.

Researching the book, Gallagher found that among the 35,000 photographs of Roosevelt at his presidential library, only two featured him in his wheelchair. Media of the day cooperated by ignoring his polio. Roosevelt himself went to extraordinary lengths to convey the impression that he could walk.

“[T]he overwhelming fact about [FDR] is that he was horribly crippled, and yet through sheer persistence and will, rose above his lower body” — so wrote my teacher Jeffrey Hart in his memoiristic history of America in 1940, From This Moment On. Hart added: “In rising above his crippled body and seeming to walk again…Roosevelt told everyone that America rise again and walk too.” Put to one side that we had to rise again in 1940 by overcoming Roosevelt’s domestic policies.

Accepting the premise that Roosevelt’s deception may have served a higher purpose, I would contrast it with the ludicrous stage management of the Biden puppet masters. Yesterday Axios reported: “President Biden has introduced a change to his White House departure and return routine: Instead of walking across the South Lawn to and from Marine One by himself, he’s now often surrounded by aides…With aides usually walking between Biden and the press’ camera position outside the White House, the visual effect is to draw less attention to the 81-year-old’s halting and stiff gait[.]”

According to reporters Hans Nichols and Alex Thompson, “Some Biden advisers have told Axios they’re concerned that videos of Biden walking and shuffling alone — especially across the grass — have highlighted his age.” Axios suggests that the stage management emanated from the windmills of Biden’s mind — the reporters attribute the idea to Biden himself. If so, he must be firing on both of his remaining cylinders. Has he got any ideas for covering up the identity of his designated successor in case of his death during a second term?

Biden’s pitty-pat steps manifest his infirmity and serve as a metaphor of his age-related mental decline. What we have here is the Weekend At Bernie’s presidency, dead man walking variation. At RedState Nick Arama looks to the ocular proof supporting the Axios story in “CONFIRMED: Watch the Cover-Up by Handlers in Real Time as Joe Biden Shuffles From Marine One.”

It seems to me a tad late to cover up the visible manifestations of Biden’s decline and debility. Everyone has seen them. They remind us of the idiotic policies for which he has fronted since the first day of his presidency: open the borders, roll out the welcome mat for illegal aliens, suppress domestic energy production, make life easy for the genocidal maniacs running Iran, require that men who say they’re women must be treated as such, give me that old-time DEI religion. Biden shouldn’t be able to squeeze the toothpaste back into the tube by surrounding himself with physically capable aides, although the mainstream press will play its part to accommodate his and their laughably squalid deception

Sunday, April 28, 2024

Her Love & Gratitude Jewelry: A customizable necklace designed by Melania Trump to honor all mothers

This necklace, designed by Former First Lady Melania Trump, is called “Her Love & Gratitude” and is just in time for Mother's Day, May 12. 

Let's honor and celebrate all mothers with love and gratitude.

You can purchase this lovely, dainty flower pendant from Former First Lady Melanie Trump's shop on her personal website for $245.

This beautiful keepsake comes with "One-of-a-Kind Customization." 

Each necklace can be engraved with names, initials, or significant dates to create a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry. The flower pendant measures 1 inch, includes a 16-20 inches adjustable chain, and is made in gold vermeil. Former First Lady Melania Trump's signature is included on each necklace.


Saturday, April 27, 2024

One-Tenth of One Percent

By J Garrett 

College campuses across America, especially Columbia. Yale, NYU, USC, are being overrun by anti-Israel, pro-Hamas demonstrators. USC has even canceled its graduation ceremony due to security concerns relating to anti-Israel protests. These protesters are responding to Israel’s response to Hamas’ October 7 terrorist attack on Israel where 1,400 innocent Israeli civilians were targeted and murdered by Hamas terrorists, and somehow, these moral geniuses are protesting Israel.

They are protesting the country that had their elderly shot in cold blood, their women brutally raped and murdered, and their babies beheaded. The country that suffered those atrocities is being vilified and protested. But this is what Islam does. It twists and vilifies the justified actions of their enemies to their own gain. So, Islamic terrorists attack Israel, Israel fights back, and Israel is painted as the bad guy.

The Muslims completely memory hole the fact that they drew first blood because in their mind, they can do whatever they want with impunity. No one’s speaking about all of the vicious murdering that the Islamic terrorists did. We’re supposed to forget about that, or ignore it, or write it off because those are just extremists, and they don’t represent all of Islam. But where are the Islamic leaders who are denouncing what happened on October 7 in the name of Islam? Why do they refuse to distance their religion from the terrorists? Where is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar? Where is Kyrie Irving? Where is Barack Obama? They are imitating crickets. 

Every time there is an Islamic terrorist attack, the Muslims in America are not required to stand up and denounce the attack. Only the non-Muslims are warned about Islamophobia. We haven’t even processed the terrorist attack, and we’re being accused of Islamophobia because Muslims targeted another group of people because of their religion. Every white person in America has to denounce white supremacy over and over and over again. We have to denounce slavery that ended 160 years ago, but Muslims are never required to denounce Islamic terrorism that happened the day before. And they never do because many tacitly approve.

This is the way it always works with Islam. Between the 6th century AD and the 10th century AD, the Muslims invaded and took over all of Byzantine Christianity, sacking city after city, town after town, murdering and raping, and giving the people a choice – convert to Islam or die. 

The Muslims took over all the Holy Lands, and pushed into Southern France and Southern Italy, leaving a river of blood in their wake. We never hear about that, but when the Pope organizes the Crusades to take back the Holy Lands and southern Europe which had been stolen from the Western world by Muslims, the Crusaders are painted as the bad guys. 

Most of the ancient mosques in the Middle East used to be Christian churches that the Muslims turned into mosques after they conquered that city by force. They never mention all the murdering brutality that the Muslims did which created the need for the Crusaders. But the Crusaders are always framed as the bad guys and Islam is always portrayed as the innocent victims.

The Ottoman Empire is the only empire in the history of the world, that is never taken to task for the mass atrocities that they committed in building their empire. The Roman Empire, the British Empire, the Spanish Empire – the historians are brutal to them. They point out every crime that was ever committed under those empires, but the Ottoman Empire gets a free pass, even though the Ottoman Empire was probably the most brutal empire that ever existed in the world. 


Because they are Muslim, and pointing out the crimes against humanity that Muslims committed across history would be considered Islamophobia. The Muslims in the Middle East never have to apologize or self-flagellate because the Muslims stole all that land from the Christians and the Jews.

The Muslims are now fighting to their death over a sliver of land in the Middle East. The entire land mass of the Middle East is 5,000,000 square miles. The state of Israel is 8,600 square miles. The amount of land that Israel occupies in the Middle East is one-tenth of one percent. For perspective, the United States is 3,800,000 square miles. 

The state of New Jersey is 8,700 square miles. The Indian reservations in the United States combined are 87,000 square miles which is 10 times bigger than all of the state of Israel. Are people in America appalled that there are Indian reservations in America? It is so small of percentage of the United States, that the average citizen doesn’t even notice that these Indian reservations exist. 

Yet the entire Muslim world is fixated on one-tenth of one percent of the landmass in the Middle East that happens to be the state of Israel. There are 9 million Jews who live in Israel, while only 5.2 million Native Americans live on Reservations in the US. So, almost half as many people live on 10 times as much land, and we are told that we need to give more land to the Native Americans, and at the same time we are told that the 9 million Jews should be expelled from Israel from the “river to the sea.”

Can anyone please explain how the Jews in Israel who live in 0.1% of the land mass in the Middle East and are surrounded by 99.9% of the Middle East that are hostile to them, are the oppressors?

The anti-Jewish Muslims act like the United Nations creating the state of Israel in 1948 was some sort of abomination to the ancestral lands that go back thousands of years. All of these states in the Middle East do not go back even hundreds of years. They were created in the 20th century, around the time that the Ottoman Empire fell. 

Kuwait was created in 1913; Turkey and Syria in 1920; Jordan in 1921; Egypt in 1922; Iran in 1925; Iraq and Saudi Arabia in 1932. So, the idea that these countries are appalled that the state of Israel was created in 1948 is ludicrous considering that their own countries were created just a few years earlier.

In 1948, when Israel was formed, there were millions of Jewish people living in the surrounding countries in the Middle East. 99% of those Jewish people were kicked out of their countries, had their houses and property taken from them by the government, so they were forced to come to Israel. 

There were only about 300,000 Palestinians in what is now Israel at that time, now there is 2.5 million, but Israel is still accused of committing genocide against the Palestinians even though the Palestinian population has increased by 8 times since 1948. 

The original two states solution was Jordan for the Palestinians, but the Palestinians refused to go to Jordan and Jordan refused to accept the Palestinians, thus this eternal conflict was manufactured.

But this conflict is not about land. It's about hatred. The number one religious group that is a victim of persecution and death because of their religion in the world are Christians living in Muslim countries. 

Why are the Muslims murdering and slaughtering the Christians in the Middle East?

I thought it was the Israelis who stole the Palestinian's land? 

They hate Christians as much as they hate the Jews. 

The problem in the Middle East is not a land dispute. It is about the Muslims hating every other religious group and wanting to kill them. The land in Israel is just an excuse to do that to the Jews. 

This is the 21st century, and the Muslims are at war with the Jews, the Christians, and the Hindus because of their religion. But we’re being accused of Islamophobia because we’re reacting to the hate of the Muslims.

Don’t believe the Muslims hate the Jews? 

One of the leaders of the anti-Israel Gaza Solidarity Encampment at Columbia University, Khymani James, openly stated in a live-stream of an official university inquiry in January that “Zionists don’t deserve to live.” He also challenged Jewish people to “meet up and fight” and warned them that he “fights to kill.” 

So, he threatened to kill Jews in January, and no disciplinary action from Columbia University. But he is just one person, you may point out. 

Okay, but where are all the Muslims in America tripping all over themselves to denounce this call to violence against the Jews? Cricket… Cricket… Cricket…

Whenever any random white person says anything that is considered racist, politicians and celebrities have microphones jammed in their faces and they are required to denounce the racism. 

Most white people publicly denounce the racism without prompting. 

But where are the Muslims in the America publicly denouncing the hatred and call to violence against the Jews that we are seeing on college campuses? Nowhere. And their silence speaks volumes.

This never-ending conflict all goes back to the Muslim world hating Jewish people so much that they refuse to allow Israel to have one-tenth of one percent of the land in the Middle East. 

Millions of people have died because the Muslim world can’t say, ‘we will take 99.9% of the Middle East, and the Jewish people can have 0.1%.’ 

That is what is being fought over. Understand, that 0.1% of land, statistically, is absolutely nothing to the Muslim world, but that 0.1% of land is everything to the Jewish people, because it is all they have. 

And the Muslim world refuses to allow them to have even that, and thus they refuse to allow anyone else to have peace.


J Garrett is a graduate of Princeton University. He has been a contributor to the website Real Clear Politics. He has recently published his first novel, No Wind.

Friday, April 26, 2024



Former President Donald Trump appears at Manhattan criminal court before his trial in New York, Friday, April 26, 2024. (Jeenah Moon/Pool Photo via AP)

Special Prosecutor Jack Smith’s case against Donald Trump was argued in the Supreme Court today. The issue is the extent to which ex-presidents are entitled to immunity for acts committed while they were in office. The New York Times covered the arguments with live updates. Here are some excerpts:

Overall, several justices — maybe a majority — appear to have suggested through their questions that presidents should indeed enjoy some level of immunity from criminal prosecution. The questions seem to be how to decide what actions are protected from criminal charges and whether the allegations in Trump’s indictment in particular would qualify for immunity.

Presidents surely should have immunity with regard to some official acts, perhaps all. There is no question about the fact that some presidential acts are immune:

Dreeben says there are some core constitutional functions of a presidency — he cites the pardon power, the power to recognize foreign nations, the power to veto legislation, the power to make appointments — that Congress cannot regulate and so criminal statutes cannot be applied to such actions. Justice Gorsuch declares that is essentially immunity for some official acts.

Smith is persecuting Trump under a fraud conspiracy statute that, as some justices pointed out, is vague:

Justice Alito now joins Justice Kavanaugh in suggesting that the fraud conspiracy statute is very vague and broadly drawn. That is bad news for the indictment brought against Trump by Jack Smith, the special counsel.

The Times reporters are grotesquely biased against not just Trump, but Republicans. For example:

During the George W. Bush administration, memos about post-9/11 surveillance and torture were written by a politically appointed lawyer with idiosyncratically broad views of a president’s supposed power, as commander in chief, to authorize violations of surveillance and torture laws. The Justice Department later withdrew those memos as espousing a false view of the law, but held that officials who had taken action based on those memos could not be charged with crimes.

The “politically appointed lawyer with idiosyncratically broad views of a president’s power” was, I believe, John Yoo. No Democrat could ever be a politically appointed lawyer with idiosyncratic views. And Yoo’s views were not idiosyncratic. I don’t recall that either he or anyone else wrote memos about the president’s “supposed power…to authorize violations of surveillance and torture laws.” The memos I recall addressed the question of what constitutes “torture” within the meaning of federal law, and concluded–correctly, in my opinion–that the interrogation techniques then being used on terrorists were not torture within the meaning of the statute. The “Justice Department”–that is, the Democratic Party Justice Department under Barack Obama–did withdraw those memos, in what I think was a political act. But of course, those lawyers were not “politically appointed” and didn’t have “idiosyncratic views.”

But that was all a digression. Steve no doubt knows more about it.

The Supreme Court justices no doubt care about the future prospect of either 1) lawless presidents or 2) a cycle of meritless prosecution of presidents once they leave office. (And believe me, when Joe Biden leaves office I hope Republicans can find a way to bring multiple criminal prosecutions against him.) But Jack Smith cares only about getting a conviction between now and November, however flimsy his theory may be. That appears doubtful; this is the Times’s summation:

The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appeared ready on Thursday to rule that former presidents have substantial immunity from criminal prosecution, a move that would further delay the criminal case against former President Donald J. Trump on charges that he plotted to subvert the 2020 election.

Such a ruling would most likely send the case back to the trial court to draw distinctions between official and private conduct. Those proceedings could make it hard to conduct the trial before the 2024 election.

Which would defeat the whole point of Smith’s prosecution. Finally, a comic note:

But a ruling in early summer, even if it categorically rejected Mr. Trump’s position, would make it hard to complete his trial before the election. Should Mr. Trump win at the polls, there is every reason to think he would scuttle the prosecution.

Well yes, one would think so!

Wednesday, April 24, 2024

DA Finally Reveals Underlying Crime Trump Allegedly Committed, and the Bidens Should be Nervous

By Jennifer Van Laar | RedState.com

AP Photo/Yuki Iwamura, Pool

Prosecutors in Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg's office have finally revealed the underlying crime they allege Donald Trump was committing when he allegedly falsified business records.

According to Fox News, "New York prosecutor Joshua Steinglass on Tuesday said the other crime was a violation of a New York law called 'conspiracy to promote or prevent election.'"

That law, New York Law 17-152, reads:

Any two or more persons who conspire to promote or prevent the election of any person to a public office by unlawful means and which conspiracy is acted upon by one or more of the parties thereto, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

Speaking of Michael Cohen, former National Enquirer owner David Pecker, and Donald Trump, Steinglass' co-counsel Michael Colangelo argued that in 2015:

"Those three men formed a conspiracy to influence the election."

However, none of the allegedly falsified business records were dated in 2015; every alleged instance was in 2017. The falsified payments are transactions in which Trump's business paid Cohen; Trump says the payments were for legal services and not reimbursement for any monies Cohen might have paid to Stormy Daniels.

Speaking of Daniels, she still owes Trump $300,000 plus interest after pursuing a frivolous lawsuit against him. 

According to Colangelo, the mechanics of the "catch and kill" conspiracy were that Cohen would notify Pecker about stories that Trump wanted buried, Pecker would buy the information and the rights to the story so that the story wouldn't be published anywhere. The ultimate source of the funds used to purchase the rights to the stories, according to prosecutors, was Trump, through his payments to Cohen.

In addition to the alleged payoff to Stormy Daniels, Colangelo said there were two other instances in which the practice was used:

One was to block a story that a former Trump Tower doorman was trying to sell about an alleged out-of-wedlock child. Colangelo said the payment was $30,000. The doorman’s story was eventually proven to be untrue.

The next payment was to former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who claimed a romantic and sexual relationship with Trump. Colangelo alleged that Cohen asked AMI to buy the story. Colangelo said AMI paid McDougal $150,000 in exchange for "unlimited life rights" to her story.

There are a few legal problems with the prosecution's theory. First, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) are not illegal, and the underlying statute says that there has to be a conspiracy "to promote or prevent the election...by unlawful means."

Second, as Andrew McCarthy pointed out, there is nothing in the indictment about a scheme or conspiracy:

The grand jury did not accuse Trump of a 'scheme' — much less a conspiracy — in its indictment. This is a matter of Bragg using a 'Statement of Facts' he wrote in order to spin the grand jury’s indictment into a grand election-theft conspiracy that the grand jury did not actually charge.

I’ll repeat that because it bears noting: The grand jury did not accuse Trump of a “scheme” — much less a conspiracy — in its indictment. This is a matter of Bragg using a “Statement of Facts” he wrote in order to spin the grand jury’s indictment into a grand election-theft conspiracy that the grand jury did not actually charge.

Bragg cannot use the word conspiracy because a conspiracy is an agreement between two or more people to commit a crime. It is not a crime to suppress damaging information — that is something politicians do all the time. Withholding information is only a crime when there is a legal obligation to divulge the information. Politicians, of course, are not legally required to divulge extramarital affairs in political campaigns.

Also, the statute of limitations on all misdemeanors in New York State is two years. I'm not a lawyer, and I don't play one on TV either, so I'm not entirely sure that the underlying crime for the falsification of business records charge has to be within the statute of limitations.

If this silly legal fairy tale somehow results in a conviction, all of the people involved in "catch-and-kill" related to the 2020 election, including the 51 former intelligence officials who lied about the origins of the Hunter Biden laptop story, those who arranged for the New York Post's story to be censored, and people who conspired to deplatform those who said anything negative about Joe Biden, better watch out.

Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Bill Barr's 2024 Decision Might Irritate Some, But It Shows He Knows Who the Real Enemy Is

By Matt Vespa | Townhall.com

Michael Reynolds/Pool via AP

Former Attorney General William Barr has been a vocal Donald Trump critic since leaving the Department of Justice. There were points where you’d think Barr was becoming infected with the MSNBC bug, bolstering liberal talking points about the former president in the hopes of landing more guest spots on television. How many former aides have become Benedict Arnolds? This list stretches the length of the Eastern Seaboard. 

Barr was smeared as Trump’s errand boy during his presidency. That was never the case. And while he has been brutal in his assessment of Trump and his potential return, he’s backing his former boss again in 2024 because the far left is the greater threat to America (via NY Post):

Former Attorney General Bill Barr is backing his old boss in the November election despite their very public fallout — because he believes the “far left” is an even greater threat to the US. 

Barr, 73, disputed the notion that former President Donald Trump will be worse for democracy than President Biden, and warned about the rise of the “far left.”

“The Biden administration is in fact the greater threat to democracy,” Barr told Fox News’ “Cavuto Live” on Saturday. 

“I think that they have a totalitarian temper. They have bought into the progressive movement. And they’re trying to squelch opposition and freedom of speech.” 

In February, Barr said, "Voting for Trump is playing Russian roulette with the country. Voting for Biden is outright national suicide."

At least he knows who the true enemy is.

Monday, April 22, 2024

A Spring Semester Final Exam for Democrats

By Allen West | Townhall.com

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

All across these United States of America college and university students are preparing for Spring semester final exams. Well, maybe not so much on the campus of Columbia University, where they are busy chanting intifada and revolution—serious calls to violence. I want to honor this special time, which is a rite of passage for college students, and still, to this day, a cause of nightmares for me when I have dreams. I am still in college and have not studied. I have created a Spring semester final exam for Democrats. Please submit your exam responses to Townhall.com.

Each question on this exam is worth 10 points, and the maximum score is 200. Red marks will be used to evidence wrong responses and deduction of points, regardless of how it may hurt your feelings. There will be no averaging of exam scores because I do not believe in mediocrity or equity—the forced implementation of equality of outcomes.

1. Recently, the Democrat-controlled US Senate dismissed the impeachment charges against DHS Secretary Alejandro Majorkas. Is it acceptable to lie to the US Congress, meaning the American people, and support a policy that undermines the sovereignty of the United States of America? Is it only acceptable for members of a Democratic administration to lie and enable policies that violate our Constitution?

2: Do you believe that America is a sovereign nation?

3: Is America a Constitutional Republic or a Democracy? Please explain your answer.

4: Do you believe that allowing illegal immigrants to participate in American elections, at any level, is a threat to our representative democracy? Do you believe that including the counting of illegal immigrants in the US census presents a threat to our representative democracy?

5: There have been millions of illegal immigrant single military-age males, including tens of thousands of Chinese males, who have been granted entry into this Constitutional Republic. Recently, an Obama-appointed federal judge from Illinois wrote a legal opinion asserting that illegal immigrants are entitled to Second Amendment rights. Do you agree with the Federal judge? If so, explain why you would grant those who violated our Constitution a constitutional right?

6: Do you believe that the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Americans due to fentanyl poisoning, a chemical developed in China and illegally infiltrated into America, constitutes a chemical warfare attack by the Communist Chinese Party? Do you consider the Biden administration’s open border policies as an enabler of the deaths of Americans?

7: Human and sex trafficking have become disconcerting issues facing America since the open borders policy of the Biden administration. Do you believe that this policy is aiding and abetting human and sex trafficking? How would you explain the loss of some 85-90K children?

8: Do you believe that the Mexican cartels are a transnational narco-criminal terrorist organization? What would you propose as a solution to undermine their rise in power?

9: Does violating the Constitution and failing to execute the prescribed enumerated duties and responsibilities articulated constitute a high crime and misdemeanor for a President?

10: Do illegal immigrants deserve taxpayer-funded benefits and be prioritized over American citizens and our Veterans?

11: What is your definition of sedition and treason? Does openly supporting an Islamic terrorist organization, or any organization, that has killed Americans constitute sedition and treason?

12: Should elected officials who took an oath to the Constitution of the United States of America be allowed to support terrorist organizations, openly displaying their banners and spreading their propaganda?

13: The Biden administration is currently in violation of the Taylor Force Act by giving financial aid and support to entities that support terrorists and their families. What should be the consequences for the Biden administration?

14: Please provide historical and empirical evidence of a nation, kingdom, or sovereign entity called Palestine. Also, give a short explanation of how that designation came to be applied to the littoral region where the Mediterranean Sea touches the Middle East. Also, what other names have been used to refer to the same region?

15: Please explain why there should be a ceasefire against a non-state, non-uniform belligerent on the battlefield which is designated as a terrorist organization that has in its charter the genocide of an entire race of people and a recognized Nation, especially after crossing the sovereign border and killing 1,200 men, women, and children of said sovereign Nation.

16: Prior to the Biden administration, Iran was functionally bankrupt as a Nation, having less than $5 billion in cash reserves. The Biden administration has sought to re engage the Iranian nuclear agreement (bypassing the US Senate), has enabled enriching Iran by easing sanctions against their oil and gas industry exports (China being their #1 customer), and has sent billions in cash to the number one financier of Islamic terrorism. Is the Biden administration guilty of aiding and abetting terrorism and providing material support and comfort to the enemy? Remember, Iranian-supported Hezbollah was responsible for the deaths of 234 Marines, Sailors, and Soldiers on October 23, 1983, and the distribution of the deadly EFPs (Explosive Force Penetrator) improvised explosive devices into Iraq.

17: China, Iran, and Hezbollah are all working with the Maduro regime in Venezuela. These entities are paying the Mexican cartels to transport them across our open border, a policy of the Biden administration. Do you believe that the Biden administration has created a national security threat for America?

18: Kate Steinle, Lakin Riley, Lisbeth Medina, and Mollie Tibbets all share a common demise. Do you believe that illegal immigrants are more important than their lives?

19: What should be the consequences for those who are supporting an Islamic terrorist organization and its survival, who are obstructing and disrupting official government proceedings such as Congressional hearings?

20: Objectively describe and explain if you agree with the Biden administration’s National Security Advisor that the Middle East is the most peaceful it has been in 20 years.

This final exam can also be utilized by all Americans as a policy guide as you prepare for the biggest Fall final exam this Country may ever face on November 5, 2024. Stay tuned, we just may have a study guide we will produce in October 2024 to assist with exam preparation.

Let me reiterate the famed words of a great American, Eugene Francis Kranz, aka Gene Kranz, who once asserted, "Failure is not an option.” America can ill afford to fail the Fall final exam in November 2024, meaning we cannot allow those who will fail this Spring semester final exam to EVER find themselves in elected power in our Constitutional Republic.

Now is the time to prepare for when they fail in November because just like an imbecile, temperamental, spoiled brat student...they are going to throw a tantrum.

Steadfast and Loyal.

Sunday, April 21, 2024

WATCH: Black PA Voters Let Biden Know They Want Trump, One Man Breaks Down the Choice in Simple Terms

By Nick Arama | RedState.com

AP Photo/Adam Bettcher

Joe Biden has been doing Pennsylvania campaign events all this week, going to Scranton, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia. The race is basically neck and neck in Pennsylvania, according to the RCP average. Former President Donald Trump is up in all the other battleground states. 

A reporter in Scranton put Biden on the defensive, noting that when he drives around, he sees lots of Trump signs but "not very many Biden signs," and asked whether he thought he was in trouble. Biden got ticked off and said, "You're not driving in the right places, pal." That "pal" is Biden's tell that he's mad. 

But that's the problem that Biden faces right now. He may not want to acknowledge it, but there's no enthusiasm for him. Many don't want to vote for him. He's losing support from black and Hispanic voters. Even Democrats on the left aren't happy with him and may not end up voting for him over Gaza. That's why his campaign has him running all over Pennsylvania. 

There were black voters in Pittsburgh who were Trump supporters. Newsmax reporter Addison Smith caught two guys who had a special message for Joe Biden there.



Addison Smith @AddisonSmithTV

People gather awaiting Biden’s arrival in Pittsburgh to show him their “Donald Trump is who we want” signs.



They're doing this in Pittsburgh at a Biden event, so they're pretty brave. But that says something right there — that folks are willing to put it out there like that. 

Biden was faced in Philadelphia with the anti-Israel folks who said they were going to be voting uncommitted. 

Smith also spoke with a guy who broke it down in terms that would resonate with everyone on Thursday in Philadelphia. He pointed out how they were having the event there for Biden and that there were a lot of Americans "struggling," but Biden was helping illegal aliens, "When are you going to help American people?" he asked. 



Addison Smith @AddisonSmithTV

Black Philly voter says Biden’s made America “look like a joke.”

“We need Trump back.”



The voter then went into something that isn't said enough now in media: that Biden made us "look weak" with his failed withdrawal from Afghanistan. "Now people don't take us serious," he said. "They look at us like a joke." 

"On top of that, you're not mentally capable of running the country, bro," he said to Biden. 

He was asked by the Newsmax reporter, "Who is?" 

"Trump," the voter declared. "He's quick to push buttons, but that's what we need. We need a hard fist for this country...Biden, he's going through Alzheimer's; he's a joke. Trump? He don't play around, man; he gets things done. You see action, man. We don't need that POS in the office." He then apologized for cursing. 

"We need Trump back because he got things done, and we see results," the man exclaimed. 

That, in a nutshell, breaks it down to simple. I think it's the thought pattern of many who will be voting for Trump, and that's why Biden is in trouble. They know how much better they had it under Trump; they can compare the difference, and Biden comes up wanting on virtually every point. 

Saturday, April 20, 2024

Elon Musk Calls NPR CEO 'One of the Worst Human Beings in America,' Announces Campaign for 1st Amendment

By Bob Hoge | RedState.com

Patrick Pleul/Pool via AP, File

National Public Radio CEO Katherine Maher has been thoroughly exposed as a radical in recent days as one of NPR’s veteran editors—Uri Berliner—actually told the truth and revealed that the taxpayer-sponsored “news organization” is hopelessly biased toward the progressive viewpoint. For this transgression, he was promptly suspended; he said thank you but take a hike, I’m resigning.

The highly publicized back-and-forth led inquiring minds to take a closer look at Maher’s past, and what they found out is that she’s a radical extremist who thinks the leftist narrative is more important than the actual truth and that those who don’t stick to said narrative should be silenced in the name of “progress.” She has her right to these opinions—but she doesn’t have the right to use our taxpayer money to foist them on the American public.

If you’re of a certain age, you’ll remember the famous TV commercials where entrepreneur Victor Kiam would come on the screen and say, “I liked the shaver so much, I bought the company [Remington].” Elon Musk took a similar approach; he values free speech so highly that he shelled out $44 billion in 2022 to buy social media platform Twitter (now X), in part to fight rampant big-tech censorship. He promptly canned 80 percent of the company’s workforce, reinstated accounts that had been banned, and completely overhauled the company’s free speech policies.

And he’s certainly no fan of the former CEO of the Wikimedia Foundation, Maher, who took over as NPR CEO in March.



Elon Musk @elonmusk

Katherine Maher is blatantly racist and sexist – one of the worst human beings in America

Whoa! Elon, tell us how you really feel. 

It was one in a number of posts he’s made since the NPR story broke. 

He also posted “Defund NPR,” “NPR has become a hard left propaganda machine that tolerates no dissent,” “It’s ok for a commercial media orgs to have political bias, but not taxpayer-funded orgs!,” and more.

He’s dead right on all those—there’s no way our taxpayer dollars should be supporting extremist wackos like Maher—but it appears that Musk is going to do more than just sit back and post to X. 

At this point, it’s unclear what form such an effort would take, and he has not provided more details as of this writing. But while many thought he was bluffing when he first brought up the notion of buying Twitter, Musk has proven he is capable of taking bold (and expensive) steps. 

Without knowing more, I nevertheless welcome his statement because the more influential people we have fighting the scourge that is Big Tech and Big Media censorship—egged on and abetted by progressives and Democrats—the better. We saw during the COVID era just how devastating censorship can be and how we can be simultaneously lied to and silenced by people who seem to pay no consequences for their trampling of the First Amendment. 

Musk is 100 percent correct to call out this loon running NPR, and I hope his “national signature campaign in support of the First Amendment" has some teeth to it.

Friday, April 19, 2024

Israel's Retaliatory Strike Crossed an Iranian 'Red Line,' Will the Mullahs Take the Bait or Move on?

By streiff | RedState.com

AP Photo/Ariel Schalit, File

Israel carried out a drone and missile strike inside Iran Thursday night in retaliation for the massive strike on Israel Sunday. Israel targeted facilities around Isfahan in central Iran, where Iranian nuclear facilities are located.

The primary target seems to have been air defense systems around the Khatami Air Base near Isfahan. This is one of the bases from which last weekend's attack on Israel was launched.

According to reports, the US was given notice of the attack at only the last minute.

Speaking at the end of a meeting of the Group of Seven nations in Capri, Italy, Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said that the U.S. was informed by Israel “at the last minute of the attack” early Friday morning.

“There was no involvement on the part of the United States, it was only information that was provided,” he said.

 Concurrent with the attack in Iran, Israel hit air defense sites in Syria. There are no conclusive reports of damage caused by any of the strikes. The scope of the attack indicates that Iranian nuclear facilities were not the target.

Neither side is making a big deal of the attack.

Iranian and Israeli media are downplaying or ignoring the event.

Iranian state television repeatedly played down the episode in its broadcasts, saying three small flying objects had been downed by air-defense systems and suggesting they had been launched from within the country. Iran’s army chief, Abdolrahim Mousavi, told state-run media the explosions heard in Isfahan were a result of the downing of a suspicious object that caused no damage. 


In Israel, the military said late Thursday night that there were no changes to the home-front command instructions that tell the public when to seek shelter, indicating Israeli officials weren’t expecting a major Iranian retaliation.

Is this the end? Or is it the end of the beginning?

Israel has been under extreme pressure from the Biden White House to ignore the massive Iranian assault of Sunday. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi warned Israel that any attack on its territory would result in a "severe response." 

Iran now has the ball in its court. It can accept this strike and move on, or it can retaliate. Last night's attack sent a clear message to the Iranian leadership. Israel was able to hit a highly defended military target in a highly defended area of Iran with impunity. The strikes in Syria have opened up an aerial highway for Israeli strike fighters should Israel decide on a larger attack. On the other hand, Israel did strike Iranian territory in defiance of a threat by Mr. Raisi, so there is some egg on the face there.

The smart move by Iran would be to take the L and move on. But making smart moves is not something the terrorist government of Iran is noted for doing.