Archive for the 'Law Enforcement' Category
Even the leftist, open-borders, pro-amnesty Los Angeles Times (whose editors presumably believe Southern California would be better governed from Mexico City, to which I for one say: please give them their wish) admits ( http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-travel-ban-legal-analysis-20170206-story.html ) that “‘The exclusion of aliens is a fundamental act of sovereignty . . . inherent in the executive power,’ […]
In an otherwise unrelated Jan. 24 news story about President Donald Trump signing executive orders to get some major oil pipelines (purposely stalled by Barack Obama in his ongoing effort to cripple America’s energy industry and thus drive up our electric bills) back on track, The Associated Press couldn’t help themselves, adding:
(Brunette here.) Are you old enough to remember when Alfred Kinsey‘s 1948 and 1953 reports on human sexuality came out? I’m not, although I do recall as a kid growing up in the ’60s that those reports were still stirring controversy. Never paid much attention until lately, when I stumbled across a Youtube documentary about […]
(A version of this column appears in the mid-January issue of “Firearms News” — formerly “Shotgun News” — on newsstands and in mailboxes this week.)
You think that you’re such a smart girl, and I’ll believe what you say, but who do you think you are, girl, to lead me on this way?Friday, January 6th, 2017
Like schoolyard bullies — mouthing off, full of swagger till a grownup hies into view — the Politically Correct Democrats (from Chuck Schumer and Harry Reid down to the ill-read hairstyle peacocks strutting for the cameras at CNN and NBC) have been jeering at, ridiculing, and taking exception to Everything Trump for two months now.
No one wants Pizzagate to be true. (Brunette here.) When something’s “too good to be true,” of course, it usually is . . . but what about something that seems too evil — too horrific, disturbing — to be true?
If Donald Trump were currently the subject of multiple, concurrent, ongoing investigations by both the FBI and the New York Police Department – investigations into a likely organized long-running conspiracy to bribe a federal official to the tune of tens of millions of dollars; illegal use of a non-profit foundation to generate millions in income […]
CNN, the Clinton News Network, reported on Oct. 30 “Hillary Clinton on Saturday questioned FBI Director James Comey’s decision to write to congressional leaders about emails uncovered in the bureau’s probe into Anthony Weiner, saying the timing of such a move was ‘unprecedented’ and ‘deeply troubling.’
Since it will reportedly take weeks for FBI agents to search the hundreds of thousands of Huma Abedin e-mails found on the home computer of her disgraced husband, former congressman and accomplished “sexter” Anthony Weiner (now that they have a proper warrant, so what they find can be used in the many separate prosecutions likely […]