Susan Rice’s Millions

Apr 13, 2017

Pundit Andrea Mitchell right demands to know, “how is someone like Susan Rice worth between $23.5 and $43.5 million?” on a salary of $172K a year?

“If the media did their jobs, maybe we’d know how a UN diplomat could amass so much wealth. Funny how leftists, who hate the rich never utter a word about Susan Rice’s net worth. Not only is Susan Rice worth so much money, but she has significant investments in over a dozen Canadian oil companies. She even has a conflict of interest with her ownership stake in TransCanada, you know that Keystone XL pipeline that Obama nixed? Remember during the campaign how ‘bad’ it was to have investments out of the United States?”

The same could be said about Barack Obama. How did he acquire multi-million dollar properties in Chicago, Hawaii and Washington DC on a low six figure salary that only started when he became a Senator? Before that, he barely earned $60K a year.

Republicans win Special Election in Kansas, barely.

Apr 12, 2017

Kansas State Treasurer Ron Estes won the special election to fill the seat of Mike Pompeo. He beat Democrat James Thompson, who was heavily backed by the Democratic National Committee and Bernie Sanders. As the Huffington Post said,

By the numbers, the race in Kansas shouldn’t have been close. Rep. Mike Pompeo, a tea party Republican picked to lead the CIA, was re-elected to his seat by more than 30 points in November in a reliably conservative district that is home to Koch Industries. But in the middle of last week Republicans began circulating an internal poll showing Thompson trailing by just 1 point, and the national party quickly invested nearly $120k to back up Estes. The

Donald Trump recorded a robocall on his behalf and tweeted about the race Tuesday morning, and Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) were dispatched to shore up support.

John Bolton Explains Why the North Korean Threat is Different from Syria

Apr 12, 2017

In an interview with Fox News, former UN Ambassador John Bolton, an avowed neoconservative, explained why he though the danger from North Korea is very different from Syria.

He told Fox News that we’ve watched them for years developing nuclear weapons and they may well have them. 2) Time is short in dealing with NK. We’re very close to the point where some decisions have to be made. 3) The only way to end the nuclear threat of NK is to do away with the NK government.

He mentioned the history of NK cheating on the 4 nuclear disarmament agreements he has signed. He said, in response to those pushing for another agreement, "We cannot let this happen again" It should have been obvious after the first two that NK would never abide by an agreement to dismantle its nuclear weapons. Now that we’ve done nothing significant to deter him, he now has nukes and is threatening to use them.

Tillerson at G7 Issues Ultimatum to Putin

Apr 12, 2017

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson issued a stern ultimatum to Russia Tuesday---to either join with America and remove Assad from power in Syria, or stand with Assad and Hezbollah. He told the special G7 confab on Syria,

"We want to relieve the suffering of the Syrian people. Russia can be a part of that future and play an important role…Or Russia can maintain its alliance with this group, which we believe is not going to serve Russia's interests longer term.

"It is clear to all of us that the reign of the Assad family is coming to an end," he said. "But the question of how that ends and the transition itself could be very important in our view to the durability, the stability inside of a unified Syria."

Vladimir Putin won’t be bullied by threats.

Putin Won’t Meet with Tillerson in Moscow

Apr 12, 2017

Vladimir Putin didn’t respond directly to Sec. of State Tillerson’s “you are with us or with him” ultimatum, but he reaffirm the Russian position that the Assad regime is being framed for the gas attacks. He also said Russia has intelligence that the rebels will use some kind of substance in Damascus again. According to the Daily Mail Putin warned,

“We have information that a similar provocation is being prepared ... in other parts of Syria including in the southern Damascus suburbs where they are planning to again plant some substance and accuse the Syrian authorities of using it,' Putin said after he was asked about further American missile strikes.”

CIA Changes History of Assad’s Chemical Weapons Agreement.

Apr 12, 2017

To help justify the Trump missile strike on a Syria air base, the CIA put out a statement claiming that “the US assesses that Syria did not declare all of its chemical weapons program.” That’s rather strange since the US government stated publicly that Syria had complied at the time, and so did all international inspectors. It seems a little too convenient to now claim that Assad may not have given up all his chemical weapons. Perhaps the government is thinking this has to be what happened since Assad used chemical weapons on his people---a charge totally without evidence so far.

FISA Court Authorized Spying on Trump Advisor

Apr 12, 2017

In the Deep State’s zeal to find some evidence of Russian interference in the election, they have just revealed that the FBI secured a court order in 2016 to secretly surveil the communications of Carter Page, a foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump's presidential campaign---which ends up proving that Trump was right about his campaign being spied upon.

Citing law enforcement the Washington Post reported that the warrant for Page claimed there was probable cause to believe Page was acting as an agent of Russia---which Page vehemently denied. Page is a foreign policy expert on Russia and has spoken in Russia on various occasions.

Sec. of Defense Assures Press that Syria will not Spiral Out of Control

Apr 12, 2017

Although Russia has given the US a stern warning about further US strikes in Syria, which it is preparing to defend against, Defense Secretary Mattis told reporters at the Pentagon, “It will not spiral out of control." He added that, "I'm confident the Russians will act in their own best interest and there is nothing in their best interest to say they want this situation to go out of control."

Mattis also admitted that Trump had only authorized one attack, and that there was no authority to do anything further including ousting Assad. The reporters asked him about “mission creep” as happened in Vietnam, but Mattis downplayed that. The primary mission of the United States is to defeat Isis, not to become entangled in Syria’s civil war. In reality, it isn’t a civil war since most of the rebels are imported, paid for, and armed by the US and other surrogate countries.

Is China Threatening to Bomb NK’s Nuclear Program?

Apr 12, 2017

If carefully read, the Chinese statement doesn’t constitute are realistic threat to NK. It is typical of Chinese military and diplomatic propensity to use deceptive language.

The Chinese Global Times said, “China has a bottom line that it will protect at all costs, that is, the security and stability of northeast China… If the bottom line is touched, China will employ all means available including the military means to strike back. By that time, it is not an issue of discussion whether China acquiesces in the US’ blows, but the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) will launch attacks to DPRK nuclear facilities on its own.”

While this ambiguous statement may sound like China is going to attack NK, it appears this is in the context of “countering blows by the US---not NK” It’s apparent pretext for using force against NK is only to prevent “either nuclear leakage or pollution,” which is hardly a realistic pretext for launching attacks---which would cause even more pollution.

Tom Price Questions Whether HHS Will Continue Paying Obamacare Subsidies

Apr 12, 2017

The New York Times reported that the Trump administration will keep paying for Obamacare cost-sharing subsidies for low-income people. However, Tom Price, the head of HHS, concerned about more backlash from fiscal conservatives says that decision has not yet been made. "The administration is currently deciding its position on this matter.

Congress took the Obama administration to court claiming that Congress had not authorized those subsidies, and that case is still pending.

US Sent Libyan Sarin Gas to Syria Rebels

Apr 12, 2017

Veteran British investigative journalist Seymour Hersh says that Sarin gas shipments from captured stocks in Libya had been shipped to Syrian rebels and that Turkey was complicit in the plot to blame gas attacks on Syrian president Bashar al Assad. Zero Hedge reported,

“By the terms of the agreement, funding came from Turkey, as well as Saudi Arabia and Qatar; the CIA, with the support of MI6, was responsible for getting arms from Gaddafi’s arsenals into Syria.”

“Now, for the first time, Hersh has also implicated Hillary Clinton directly in this ‘rat line’. Hersh said, “That ambassador who was killed [Stevens], he was known as a guy, from what I understand, as somebody, who would not get in the way of the CIA.. He was certainly involved, aware and witting of everything that was going on. And there’s no way somebody in that sensitive of a position is not talking to the boss [Hillary Clinton], by some channel”.

Chinese president calls Trump on North Korean Threat

Apr 12, 2017

As North Korea responded with typical bravado saying it could “hit the U.S. first” with nuclear weapons, and the US carrier task force nears Korean waters, Chinese president Xi called president Trump to urge a peaceful solution. The Washington Post reported,

“Xi Jinping stressed that China insists on realizing the goal of denuclearization of the peninsula, insists on maintaining peace and stability on the peninsula, advocates resolving the problem through peaceful means and is willing to maintain communication and coordination with the U.S. side on the issue of the peninsula,” the paper wrote.

But that can only mean another paper agreement with NK, which Pyongyang has a track record of violating. Even if China guarantees compliance, the US has no means of making China follow through if North Korea doesn’t comply. As in prior agreements, getting the West to back down from threats of force only buys more time for both NK and China to advance military preparations for an eventual confrontation with the West.

First Lady in Libel Action against Daily Mail

Apr 12, 2017

Melania Trump was accused by the UK Daily Mail of running an escort service---a very serious charge that was damaging to the First Lady’s reputation. It turned out not to be true. The Daily Mail issued the following statement:

“We accept that these allegations about Mrs. Trump are not true and we retract and withdraw them…. “We apologize to Mrs. Trump for any distress that our publication caused her. To settle Mrs. Trump’s two lawsuits against us, we have agreed to pay her damages and costs.”

The settlement ended up costing the Daily Mail $2.9 million.

Trump Senior Advisor Sidelined?

Apr 12, 2017

Even though the White House said that infighting between senior advisor Steve Bannon and Trump son in law Jared Kushner has ceased, Bannon’s influence with the president appears to be heavily damaged. CNN, no friend of the Trump administration seemed to relish commenting about stunningly lukewarm comments the president made this week about Bannon, when asked about the tension:

“President Donald Trump on Tuesday responded, ‘I like Steve, but you have to remember he was not involved in my campaign until very late,’ Trump told New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin. ‘I had already beaten all the senators and all the governors, and I didn't know Steve. I'm my own strategist and it wasn't like I was going to change strategies because I was facing crooked Hillary.’

“Then, just in case anyone missed the point (they didn't), Trump added: "Steve is a good guy, but I told them to straighten it out or I will."

While many are predicting Bannon’s ouster, Trump may be unwilling to do something that will give the media another reason to make fun of Trump disorder in the White House. It is more likely that Bannon will simply be sidelined on many issues.

The Democrat’s Intolerance for Dissent on Syria

Apr 11, 2017

Powerful Democrats are calling for the ouster of a fellow Democratic Congresswoman, Tulsi Gabbard over the Hawaii Representatives criticism of Trump’s military strike against the Syrian government.

Howard Dean, the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, and Neera Tanden, head of the Center for American Progress, both blasted Gabbard for having the audacity to questions the mainstream view that Bashar al Assad was responsible for the release of chemical agents in Idlib province of Syria.

They are so intolerant of a divergent opinion within the party that they are calling for her to be defeated and replaced in the next election. In January, Rep. Gabbard traveled to Syria, and Lebanon to find out Assad’s version of the media onslaught against him, and came away confinced that the US backed rebels were using chemical weapons against civilians and blaming it on Assad. While Gabbard is not the only one in Congress criticizing the attacks, she is the only Democrat to refuse to blame on Assad until an honest investigation is complete. The fact that both Republicans and Democrats find that reasonable position intolerable is a sad commentary on how many in Congress are too afraid to speak up a major wave of propaganda.

Virginia Senator Also Defends Assad

Apr 11, 2017

Loudoun County Senator Dick Black (R), is blasting U.S. airstrikes against Syrian and defending Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Sen. Black doesn't think Assad is behind the chemical attack on civilians. Black met with Assad last year and saw definitive evidence that the 2013 chemical attack was done by Syrian rebels. Black said,

"If you look at it, there is absolutely no motive for President Assad to launch a gas attack...he was winning the war on all fronts why would he launch a gas attack against women and children that he knows is going to outrage the entire world?" said Black.

Bill O’Reilly Calls Anyone Who Disputes Assad Blame as Insane

Apr 11, 2017

Following his consistent denial of anything conspiratorial, top rated Fox News presenter Bill O’Reilly went down a list of mainstream politicians condemning Assad for the chemical weapons incident on Monday, then in a purposeful slight against those who sincerely question the mainstream theme, he said,

“Most sane people support the missile attack last night. Sane is the key word here.” And then he points out that Former representative RON PAUL (R-TX) said:

“It doesn't make any sense for Assad under these conditions to all of a sudden use poison gasses. I think there is a zero chance he would have done this deliberately.”

Russia Setting Up Military Facilities in Latin America

Apr 11, 2017

Almost half of the nations in South America have Marxist leaders, so it is no wonder that Russia is increasing its military aid to these countries. Russia is running a circuit of destroyers and long range bombers that visit bases in various friendly Latin American countries. Russia has started to strengthen allies in Latin America by sending in Tanks and other military equipment to Communist strongholds in Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela. Putin would also be in Brazil if communist president Dilma Rouseff was still in power, but she has been impeached for corruption.

In retaliation, Vladimir Putin cancelled all meetings with US Sec. of State

Apr 11, 2017

In retaliation for Sec. of State Tillerson’s attack on Russia for supporting Syria, Russian president Vladimir Putin has cancelled any meetings with the US Sec. of State when he visits Russia at the end of this week. Instead, he will meet with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov.

UN Ambassador Nikey Halley also attack Russia at the UN today, which added to the West’s attempt to isolate Russia. Still as a permanent member of the UN Security Council Putin has the power to veto any anti-Syria resolution.

Russia Bringing in Short Range Defensive Missiles to Syria

Apr 11, 2017

Even though the Russians believe Trump’s attack on the Syrian airbase near Homs was a single occurrence meant to counter the media claims that he was weak on Russia, plans are underway to bring in numerous medium and short range anti-missile systems to counter cruise missiles should the US try again. The S300 and S400 systems are expensive long range interceptors meant to counter US and Turkish aircraft. Russia was reluctant to waste these high tech long range missiles on a barrage of cruise missile.

To compensate for this lack of a suitable defense the Russian will bring in the Pantsir-S self-propelled anti-aircraft missile and gun system. As Sputnik News wrote,

"This system can detect and destroy any aircraft, helicopter, guided aerial bomb or enemy ballistic missile in a matter of seconds. In addition, the Pantsir-S1…is also designed to destroy ground targets, making it truly universal. The system combines anti-aircraft missiles and cannons, and there is no analogue…in the world today."

Republican Governor of Alabama Forced to Resign

Apr 11, 2017

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley was allowed to resign yesterday rather than face impeachment over lying about his inappropriate sexual liaison with senior political adviser, Rebekah Caldwell Mason. Gov. Robert Bentley then used intimidation tactics and deployed state law enforcement officials in an effort to cover it up, and even tried to charge his top law enforcement official with a false crime as penalty for blowing the whistle on him.

He made a plea agreement admitting to certain campaign finance violations rather than be convicted on sexual charges. It was a stunning downfall for the governor who hypocritically championed Christian and family values.

CIA Provided Saddam Hussein with Chemical Weapons Factory

Apr 11, 2017

With all the government and media outrage blaming Syria for an attack on its own people, which was actually done by US backed rebels. recently declassified CIA documents and interviews with former intelligence officials confirm that the US knew about and provided Saddam Hussein chemical weapons equipment and supplies. As Foreign Policy magazine pointed out, these were used on the Iranian military, killing thousands.

Iran pressed the UN to investigate this illegal use of a banned weapons, but the US remained silent at the UN even though it had first hand knowledge of the attack on Iran, done with US supplied chemical weapons to Iraq.

Sec. of State Tillerson Makes Conflicting Statements on Sunday Show

Apr 11, 2017

In an interview on “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson talked about Russian meddling in US and European elections and defended the US cruise missile strike on Syria. He also talked about being disappointed by Russia’s alleged “failure as a guarantor of the elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons.”

However, he admitted to Stephanopoulos that “I’ve not seen any hard evidence that connects the Russians directly to the planning or execution of this particular chemical weapons attack. And, indeed, that’s why we’ve tried to be very clear that the Russians were never targeted in the strike.”

Tillerson’s statement cast doubt on an Associated Press report claiming that Russia knew about the Syria’s alleged use of chemical weapons.

Tillerson Says US Strike on Syria a Warning to NK

Apr 11, 2017

"If you violate international agreements, if you fail to live up to commitments, if you become a threat to others, at some point a response is likely to be undertaken," Tillerson told ABC's “This Week” on Sunday.

North Korea responded with saber rattling rhetoric on Monday, decrying the deployment of a battle-ready U.S. strike group Korea and saying it is "ready" for war. As the carrier Carl Vinson approached NK waters, an official from NK said the US decision was outrageous and vowed “catastrophic consequences.”

Democrats Trying Hard to Unseat Republicans in Two Special Elections

Apr 11, 2017

Pouring lots of money into two special elections where Republican districts were vacated by two Congressmen joining the Trump administration, Democrats hope to capitalize on the high motivation Democrat voters have in turning out to vote compared to complacent Republicans. In the Wichita Iowa race, Republicans see a narrowing race in a normally Conservative district between state Treasurer Ron Estes and Democrat challenger James Thompson to replace Mike Pompeo, Trump’s CIA Director.

Democrats have an even better chance of electing Jon Ossoff to the seat of the Atlanta, Georgia district previous held by Tom Price, Trump’s Sec. of Health and Human Services. This district is only slightly more Republican than Democratic, where Trump won by only 1 percentage point.

Norwegian Postal Service Stops Service in Migrant Torn Suburb

Apr 11, 2017

NordPost, the Norwegian Postal Service announced that it was ceasing mail delivery in the migrant area of Rinkeby because it isn’t safe for postal workers. In fact, the postal workers are refusing to service the area because of continual Muslim migrant violence. Sweden is suffering a tremendous increase in violence in the wake of its open borders policy as frustrated young Muslim male refugees turn to violent rape and crime in certain areas of Sweden’s largest cities where they reside. A growing sector of the population is realizing that mass migration and the government’s “multiculturalism” policies are not working.

United Airlines Has a Huge Public Relations Problem

Apr 11, 2017

After calling security personnel to physically remove a passenger from an overbooked flight, United Airlines is facing a huge backlash from millions who have viewed the video of the doctor with the bloodied lip being dragged off the plane. The airline started removing passengers already boarded when no one volunteered to give up their seat on the overbooked flight. The doctor subjected to violent removal said he had to meet with patients the next morning and refused to exit.

United CEO Oscar Munez’ attempt to justify this violent removal by blaming the customer for being “belligerent” is not setting well with the flying public. They view the doctor as having good reason for being upset. Overbooking is a common practice but to avoid this kind of forced removal, public relations experts feel that the consequences of overbooking should be applied before boarding, or as a last resort to those not yet boarded, rather than evicting people who have already settled into their seats.

Constitutional Conservative Backlash Against Trump Syrian Strike

Apr 10, 2017

The Washington Post was pleased to report about the backlash from Trump supporters over ease at which Trump bought into the false narrative of Syrian blame for the chemical weapons incident in Idlib province.

Trump’s online base is furious about the Syria strikes. For hours, the Trump Internet warned that their president was being tricked. Mike Cernovich and Alex Jones’s Infowars — both have promoted a conspiracy theory all day Thursday that blamed the US deep state for a suspected nerve agent attack Tuesday in Syria, and not the Assad regime. Infowars called the attack a “false flag” meant to force the United States into a war.”

James Mattis become Senior Fellow at the far-left Center for American Progress

Apr 10, 2017

Defense Secretary Gen. James Mattis has nominated Rudy deLeon, a senior fellow at the far-left Center for American Progress, funded in part by globalist George Soros, to become undersecretary for personnel and readiness. As the Conservative Review pointed out,

DeLeon previously served in the Clinton administration as deputy secretary of defense. During that time, Gen. Mattis served as his senior military assistant… This appears to be a peculiar choice for an undersecretary, given that deLeon recently endorsed a letter opposing the president’s immigration moratorium from six terror-linked countries. As a CAP official, he has engaged in campaigns to advance “progressive (meaning Socialist) values.”

Almost all of Trump’s administration appointees since the ouster of Gen. Mike Flynn have been Globalists, either of the Leftist or Neocon variety.

Trump Removes KT McFarland from NSC

Apr 10, 2017

In another show of control over the powerful National Security Council HR McMaster has demanded that Trump replace KT McFarland with Dina Power as his Deputy National Security Advisor. Even though McFarland is a neocon who was in favor of intervention in Syria, the move was in furtherance of McMaster’s desire to have his own people surrounding him. McFarland was the choice of Gen. Flynn and was expected to be replaced when he was forced to resign.

Dina Power is connected with Goldman Sachs and was brought into the White House by daughter Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner. She was at the Florida meetings where Trump decided to bomb Syria, and McFarland was conspicuously absent. Trump supporters are leery of the growing influence and power of HR McMaster over the president, both in ousting Stephen Bannon from the NSC and for convincing Trump erroneous that Syria should be attacked.

Another Trump Supporter Turns Against Trump over Syria Attack

Apr 10, 2017

Conservative talk show host, Michael Savage, a powerful and vocal supporter of Donald Trump attacked Trump for being fooled into supporting the media propaganda blaming Syria for the chemical incident in Syria. He called it a false flag attack by the Syrian rebels. As said, Savage also took issue with the false claims that it was a Sarin gas attack.

“Savage, referencing his background in science, having a PhD in epidemiology, said the alleged gas attack in the ISIS controlled city of Idlib was most likely phosgene and not sarin. Backing up his claim that the attack did not contain sarin, Savage made reference to photos showing first responders attending to bodies without gloves or protective gear. Had sarin been used in the attack, all of those men in white helmets would be dead.”

Former CIA Officer Condemns “Rush to Judgment” on Syria

Apr 10, 2017

Former CIA Officer, Ray McGovern, roundly condemned the Trump administration attack on Syria telling RT television that, “There has been an unseemly rush to judgment” blaming Syria for the chemical weapons attack. “I never seen anything like.” He recalled that when the media also was quick to blame Syria for the 2013 Sarin gas attack in Damascus, Gen. Martin Dempsey intervened and warned Obama that the Sarin gas used in the attack did not match the military grade Sarin that Syria possessed. Al Nusra has a long history of manufacturing and employing crude chemical weapons; the 2013 chemical attack on Ghouta made use of low-grade Sarin nerve agent locally synthesized. Dempsey’s doubts about Syrian guilt was enough to get Obama to back down from the planned attack on Syria.

Scott Ritter Details the Evidence Pointing to Rebels for Syrian Chemical Incident

Apr 10, 2017

Scott Ritter, former UN Arms Inspector from 1991 to 1998, has also taken issue with the media drum beat blaming Syria. With extensive details in the Huffington Post, he wrote:

“No one disputes the fact that a Syrian air force SU-22 fighter-bomber conducted a bombing mission against a target in Khan Sheikhoun on the morning of April 4, 2017. A critical piece of information that has largely escaped the reporting in the mainstream media is that Khan Sheikhoun is ground zero for the Islamic jihadists who have been at the center of the anti-Assad movement in Syria since 2011.

“The Russian Ministry of Defense has claimed that Liwa al-Aqsa was using facilities in and around Khan Sheikhoun to manufacture crude chemical shells and landmines intended for ISIS forces fighting in Iraq. If the Russians are correct, and the building bombed in Khan Sheikhoun on the morning of April 4, 2017 was producing and/or storing chemical weapons, the probability that viable agent and other toxic contaminants were dispersed into the surrounding neighborhood, and further disseminated by the prevailing wind, is high.”

Suspected Stockholm killer is a Rejected Asylum Seeker

Apr 10, 2017

Sky News reported from Sweden that “The man suspected of murdering 4 people in Stockholm, including 1 Brit, is a failed asylum seeker who was to be deported.” This tragedy is similar therefore to the truck murder in Berlin, where an Islamic extremist whose asylum application was rejection, killed numerous people at a Christmas open air market. The European media, however, are inhibited from revealing the religious or refugee affiliations of persons accused of committing crimes.

Russia Warns Trumps Against Further Attacks on Syria

Apr 10, 2017

A serious showdown is looming over rumors that Trump has authorized further attacks on Syria. Alex Jones claimed on Sunday that his sources inside the Pentagon claim that Trump will attack Syria this coming week. The Russians have responded to these rumors that they will not permit such attacks without serious military retaliation: The UK Daily Mail reported that,

Russian and Iranian forces last night warned Donald Trump they would retaliate with military action if he launched more airstrikes on Syria. In an ominous threat raising the prospect of war, The Russian Embassy in London suggested on Sunday night there could be 'real war' if Moscow is presented with an ultimatum over Syria.”

It is rumored that Sec. of State Rex Tillerson is preparing to present an ultimatum to Russia over its support of Bashar al-Assad.

Rumors on the Right about US sending 150k Troops to Syria

Apr 10, 2017

Both Alex Jones and internet blogger Mike Cernovich are claiming to have insider information that the US is planning on sending 150k troops to Syria next week to overthrow the Assad regime.

“McMaster is plotting how to sell a massive ground war in Syria to President Trump with the help of disgraced former CIA director and convicted criminal David Petraeus, who mishandled classified information by sharing documents with his mistress.

As NSA, McMaster’s job is to synthesize intelligence reports from all other agencies. President Trump is being given an inaccurate picture of the situation in Syria, as McMaster is seeking to involve the U.S. in a full scale war in Syria. The McMaster-Petraeus plan calls for 150,000 American ground troops in Syria.”

Cernovich, who encountered sudden fame by revealing the story about Susan Rice outing Trump campaign officials being spied upon by US intelligence, said he had to run the Rice story first so that he could have credibility with this bigger story about the US invasion. However, conservative skeptics warn about the danger of using insider sources who may leak one true story in order to set up the reporter for disinformation later on.

Trump Gearing Up for Fight in Korea

Apr 10, 2017

In preparation to make good on his threats to North Korea, president Trump has ordered the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson and its task force of ships to the waters between Korea and Japan. He has also reintroduced tactic nuclear weapons into South Korea as a further deterrent against North Korean aggression toward the South.

Although the National Security Council has prepared military options for attacking North Korean nuclear and missile sites, the Trump administration is leaning first toward increased sanctions to give China time to restrain North Korea, as discussed between Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping at Mar del Lago, Florida.

What Happened to Congress’ Power to Declare War?

Apr 10, 2017

In all the applause from the globalists, mainstream media and Republicans about Trump’s attack on Syria, not a word has been said about Trump’s failure to gain a declaration of war against Syria. Trump’s action do not fall into the category of an emergency response to a threat. Trump’s attack was strictly retaliatory for a chemical incident falsely blamed on Syria. If rumors are true about Trump sending over a hundred thousand troops to Syria that would be tantamount to an invasion and would require a declaration of war by Congress against Syria. However, Syria has never attacked the US or its troops and thus there would be no legal grounds for a declaration of war.

Tillerson Attempts to Justify US Unprovoked Attack on Syria

Apr 10, 2017

The Trump administration realizing that there was no threat to American in last Friday’s attack on Syria sought to justify the attack, with Rex Tillerson saying the US was acting on behalf of the international community.

“I think the other thing that it’s important to recognize that as Assad has continued to use chemical weapons in these attacks with no response – no response from the international community – that he, in effect, is normalizing the use of chemical weapons, which may then be adopted by others. So it’s important that some action be taken on behalf of the international community to make clear that the use of chemical weapons continues to be a violation of international norms.”

Critics, however, point out that no international body has called for such strikes.

Defense Department and National Security Council Planning Military Options for NK

Apr 10, 2017

The UK Daily Mail reported today that the National Security Council is directing the Pentagon to prepare plans for military options in dealing with the nuclear threat of North Korean missiles.

“President Trump has asked advisers to be ready with a list of 'options' to put an end to North Korea's nuclear threat. Lieutenant General H. R. McMaster said on Sunday that the Commander in Chief has put his security team on notice as a U.S. carrier strike group heads for the region. He did not say what options Trump will be presented with, though many believe pre-emptive strikes will be among them.”

In light of China’s threats to protect North Korea from external attack as well as Russia and China’s strong condemnation of the US air strikes against Syria, critics complain that a US attack on NK could precipitate a shooting war between the US and China. In addition, the Russian foreign ministry warns that further US attacks on Syria would also constitute a war action.

Senate Invokes Nuclear Option to Confirm Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Apr 7, 2017

The Republican controlled Senate votes to change Senate rules allowing for a simple majority to confirm federal and Supreme Court justices to the bench. Removing the ability to filibuster, a delaying tactic holding the floor of the Senate unless 60 Senators vote to stop debate, now makes sure that a minority cannot indefinitely stop the confirmation of a Supreme Court Justice. The filibuster rule almost always guaranteed that no strong conservative jurist could ever reach confirmation since there have traditionally been enough Democrat or liberal Republican votes to block a cloture vote ending debate. That meant that no one could pass through the Democrat gauntlet unless he was an acceptable “activist” judge favoring a loose interpretation of the constitution.

Philippines Occupies Claimed Islands in the South China Sea

Apr 7, 2017

With the appearance of defying China’s claim to all islands in the South China Sea, Philippine Marxist president Duterte has order his military to occupy and upgrade military facilities in every island of the Spratleys which are in Philippine territorial waters. Duterte began his recent presidency reaching out to all of the enemies of the United States, but soon found that China had ambitions of its own on the islands claimed by the Philippines. The president’s office clarified the announcement the next day, avoid conflict with China, by saying it would only upgrade military facilities on islands already occupied by the Philippines, not those occupied by China.

Russian Explanation for Chemical Weapons event in Syria

Apr 7, 2017

The Chemical Attack in Syria may not have been a purposeful false flag by the rebels, but an accidental release. Russia's Defense Ministry said the toxic agents were released when a Syrian airstrike hit a rebel chemical weapons arsenal and munitions factory on the town's eastern outskirts. Asked what proof Moscow has for that assessment, Peskov said that Russia is the only legitimate foreign power on the ground in Syria and therefore has "more wide information about what is going on there." –Associated Press

If this is true, what were the rebels doing with chemical weapons except to use them and blame it on Syria as they have done more than a dozen times? Certainly Assad’s airstrike cannot be responsible for the plume of chemical weapons the rebels received from the US or Western allies in Turkey or Saudi Arabia.

Syrian Rebels Admit to Chemical Weapons Accident in 2013

Apr 7, 2017

Militants in Syria told an AP reporter they mishandled Saudi-supplied chemical weapons, causing accident, as reported by Paul Joseph Watson of

Syrian rebels in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta have admitted to Associated Press correspondent Dale Gavlak that they were responsible for last week’s chemical weapons incident which western powers have blamed on Bashar Al-Assad’s forces, revealing that the casualties were the result of an accident caused by rebels mishandling chemical weapons provided to them by Saudi Arabia.

Rebels told Gavlak that they were not properly trained on how to handle the chemical weapons or even told what they were. It appears as though the weapons were initially supposed to be given to the Al-Qaeda offshoot Jabhat al-Nusra.

Senator Rand Paul Admonishes Trump Not to Attack Syria, but he Does it Anyway.

Apr 7, 2017

A White House aide says Trump is trying to 'telegraph to Assad and the Russians that that he's deadly serious about attacking Syria. 'What Assad did is terrible,' Trump said aboard Air Force One, adding: 'He’s there, and I guess he’s running things, so I guess something should happen'

In contrast, Senator Rand Paul has urged the President to stick to the position on Syria that he espoused before taking office – that military intervention will do more harm than good. Trump had previously tweeted, “What will we get for bombing Syria besides more debt and a possible long term conflict? Obama needs Congressional approval.” Unfortunately, with the constant drum beat blaming Assad for this attack, Trump would have little trouble getting Congressional approval.

Trump Orders Attack on Syrian Airbase without waiting for Investigation

Apr 7, 2017

Despite warnings from former Congressman Ron Paul that the chemical attack in Syria was the responsibility of the US backed rebels, and without waiting for an international search of the Syrian airbase for chemical weapons, president Trump order missile strikes a Syrian airbase accused of bombing Idlib province with chemical weapons. 59 cruise missiles were launched from US destroyers in the Mediterranean. Some conservatives are very disappointed in Trump that he could be so easily swayed by a media onslaught blaming the false flag chemical attack on Syria. Sadly, the president doesn’t even know what the darks side of government is doing in Syria behind his back.

Pentagon Planned the US Military Response to Chemical Attack in Syria

Apr 7, 2017

Acting on false media statements blaming president Bashar al Assad for Monday’s chemical attack on civilians in rebel held territory, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, used the attack to determine that there was “no role” for President Bashar al-Assad to continue governing his country. This is a dramatic change in US policy, now calling for Assad’s ouster. Tillerson promised a “serious response” which means military action.

Four Issues on the table for Trump China talks

Apr 7, 2017

Here are the four key issues Trump and Xi will likely be discussing, although Xi’s most important task is to get a feel for Trump to see if he is as tough as he talks. He isn’t.

1.) North Korea

Trump will demand that China restrain NK over the issues of long range missiles and nuclear weapons. China will demur and say it has little control over NK, but it has blocked every UN Security Council resolution against NK. The Heritage Foundation says Trump can impose sanctions on China if it fails to rein in NK. “The time for talk is over. The U.S. can impose secondary sanctions on Chinese companies if China doesn’t cooperate.”

2.) Trade

Trump will insist that China lower trade barriers to American products, especially cars. He will talk about the increasing trade deficit, but there isn’t much he can do about it without hurting American consumers if he slaps tariffs on Chinese goods.

3.) South China Sea

China expanded artificial islands and seized an underwater dron belonging to the U.S. Navy in the South China Sea. Trump will demand China’s threats to use of international waters must stop, and China will continue to assert its claims over all the China sea.

4.) Religious Freedom and Human Rights

Trump will be obligated by diplomatic protocol to address China’s poor human rights record, but nothing ever comes of the West’s appeals. China is intent on controlling political dissent and doesn’t care what the West thinks.

Pentagon Planning Saturation Strikes Against Syrian Air Bases

Apr 7, 2017

According to leaks in the Trump administration Defense Secretary James Mattis has presented president Trump with plans that involve a "saturation strike" on Syrian military targets according to The Intercept internet news site.

The only way to get through Russia’s air defense umbrella over Syrian bases is to launch dozens of Tomahawk missiles in an attempt to overwhelm Russia’s latest anti-missile defense systems. The US military is anxious to get data on the Russian anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems. This is one way to do it, but saturation strike will surely injure Russian advisers, which makes this a high risk tactic.

Tax Reform Plan a Harder Sell than Healthcare

Apr 7, 2017

One of the reasons Trump has gone back to salvaging his healthcare plan is that House Speaker Paul Ryan informs the president that Tax Reform is a long way from settled and won’t be a quick sell. Ryan said, “The House has a (tax reform) plan but the Senate doesn't quite have one yet. They're working on one. The White House hasn't nailed it down… So even the three entities aren't on the same page yet on tax reform," he added

Another Trump Ally Forced to Recuse Himself

Apr 7, 2017

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) is being forced to recuse himself from the House investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, including interactions between Moscow and the Trump campaign.

Nunes had done nothing wrong in going to the White House to view classified information, but when the House Ethics Committee announced that it is investigating allegations that Nunes may have mishandled classified information, he was forced out of the Russia probe. That’s unfortunate given that there is some much false intelligence or faulty conclusions drawn by the FBI and CIA. Nunes still remains as chairman of the House Intel Committee, however.

Judge Gorsuch Confirmed to the Supreme Court

Apr 7, 2017

After a few hours of morning procedural moves and perfunctory speeches in opposition by Democrats the Senate finally confirmed judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, with a few Democrats voting in favor. The votes ends one of the first chapters in a continuing polarized battle along party lines that has become increasingly bitter over time-- even though Gorsuch was a moderate choice Democrats had supported earlier for the appeals court bench.

Bannon and Kushner Fighting Constantly

Apr 7, 2017

As more leaks surface about infighting within the Trump White House, the biggest tussle is between Steve Bannon and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. As Republican News wrote,

Donald Trump’s chief strategist Stephen Bannon has called the president’s senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner a “cuck” (short for cuckhold) and a “globalist” during a time of high tension between the two top aides, several Trump administration officials told The Daily Beast.

The fighting between Kushner and Bannon has been “nonstop” in recent weeks, according to sources who spoke on condition of anonymity. It’s been an “open secret” that Bannon and Kushner often clash “face-to-face,” according to senior officials.” With Trump’s inclination to support Kushner above everyone else, Bannon’s days could be number.

Trump Threatens to Attack Syria

Apr 6, 2017

Not only did president Trump completely fall for the false claims that Syria used chemical weapons Monday against civilian, but he did a 180 on his approach to Syria. The day after the attack he still favored keeping Assad in power out of fear about the disorder and savage purging of civilians that would surely take place if US backed terrorists were allowed to take power.

But all that changed on Wednesday after Trump was fed dozens of photographs of child victims of the gas attack---which Trump’s neocon advisers continue to blame on Assad. It is sad how effective a false flag terror attack is at convincing both the president and the public that Assad is guilty---even though there is ample evidence that US backed rebels have committed all of these chemical attacks in order to undermine the Assad regime.

Trump emerged saying that Assad had now crossed numerous red lines, and declared that Assad was now “his problem,” implying that he would take military action. That would be difficult, however, given the heavy presence of Russian air defense systems.

President Trump removes Steve Bannon from the National Security Council

Apr 6, 2017

Bannon was Trump’s eyes and ears on the NSC, but his new National Security Adviser didn’t like it and demanded he be removed. Trump complied, showing that he lacks understanding about how presidents are manipulated by the National Security Council, which gets “its daily marching orders from Henry Kissinger and associated,” according to James Jones, Obama’s first National Security adviser.

The changes demanded by McMasters also reduced the role of Trump's homeland security adviser, Tom Bossert, who no longer can attend high-level national security meetings without McMaster's approval.

Navy Instructor Pilots Go on Strike over Ongoard 02 System

Apr 6, 2017

About 70% of Navy instructor pilots at 3 Naval aviation jet training bases are refusing to fly until the Navy fixes the onboard oxygen system (OBOGS) which occasionally doesn’t provide enough Oxygen and also introduces toxic substances as it concentrates gas in the atmosphere into usable Oxygen. That latter problem may be related to secret government programs injecting chemicals into the air called “chemtrailing.” Pilots complain that Rear Admiral Dell Bull, in charge of air training is the official stonewalling them. This problem affects every plane with OBOGS, including the F-18 Hornet.

Someone is clearly stonewalling because the Air Force F22 Raptor was also plague by this problem and no solution was ever found. The only way they fixed it was to add convention liquid Oxygen tanks configured with an oxygen sensor to automatically dispense oxygen if it detects OBOGS is not providing enough. It’s not that the Navy doesn’t know about the fix, they just don’t want to do the retrofit and are doing the same old investigation again to see if they can find the problem. Meanwhile pilot and students’ lives are at risk.

Secret Service Agent on the Pence Detail Suspended for Soliciting Sex.

Apr 6, 2017

The Secret Service has suspended agent on Vice President Mike Pence's detail was charged with soliciting a prostitute. The agent assigned to Pence was arrested after police saw him leaving a prostitute's room at a hotel in Maryland.

Use of prostitutes by SS agents used to be fairly common until it became public knowledge in the now infamous Cartagena, Colombia sex scandal involving 13 agents. Bringing prostitutes to the hotel rooms of SS agents is strictly forbidden not only because it leaves agents open to blackmail but it also might compromise information about the President or Vice President’s security. Drug cartels in Colombia and all other countries are also known to use prostitutes as spies against government agents.

Trump Threatens Military Action against North Korea

Apr 6, 2017

North Korea tested another ICBM this week, landing in the Sea of Japan. Launching a missile into the sea makes it difficult for the US to determine the missile’s accuracy since only North Korea knows the coordinates of the intended target area.

But the missile test, one of several in recent months, got president Trump’s attention. In advance of his meet today with Chinese President XI Jinping, Trump told the UK Financial Times, “If China is not going to solve North Korea, we will. That is all I am telling you.” The White House added that “the clock has now run out” on North Korea’s nuclear program and that “all options are on the table”.

In response China said that “It will safeguard the security and stability of its Northeast area at all costs,” referring to both its territorial claims on all of the China Sea as well as client state North Korea. Tensions between the US and NK are at the highest point ever.

Ggeneral Jack Keane said that bombing North Korea’s nuclear facilities “may be the only option left”. But that’s not true. The US could also shoot done all future missile tests, especially ones that are heading toward the Sea of Japan.

Nevada Judge in Bundy Trial limits Defense to Two Witnesses

Apr 6, 2017

Judge Gloria Navarro is showing her bias by disqualifying all Bundy protest witnesses except those who were actually there. The prosecution was allowed 2 months to present evidence, and Navarro now claims there is not enough time to hear the 10 witnesses the defense wants to call. Of critical importance to the defense are witnesses that are privy to unfair tactics by federal employees of the BLM.

Oklahoma Homeowner who Killed All 3 Intruders Exonerated

Apr 6, 2017

Although anti-gun forces where claiming the home defender didn’t need to shoot all 3 intruders, they were wearing masks and two were armed. Zachary Peters, 23, defended his family’s home with an AR-15 after three teenager broke into the house to try and rob it last week. The AP cited the Wagoner County assistant district attorney who announced that Peters acted lawfully, after authorities conducted an investigation into the shooting.

Russia Objects to UN Condemnation of Syria for Chemical Weapons Attack

Apr 6, 2017

Russia as a permanent member of the UN Security Council put members on notice it would veto any motion to blame Syria for the chemical weapons attack this week without proof, and certainly before any investigation is complete. Just as the false narrative of Russian interference with the election is talked about as fact, without any hard evidence, the media is treating the claims about Syrian use of chemical weapons as fact as well, when all of the previous chemical weapons attacks have been done by US backed rebels and terrorists.

As reported, “A day prior to the attack, Gulf-based Orient TV announced “Tomorrow we are launching a media campaign to cover the airstrikes on Hama country side including the usage of chemical warfare against civilians.” This shows clear foreknowledge that the rebels were going to stage an attack by Orient TV.”

The “White Helmets” who say Syria airplanes dropped bombs containing chemical weapons are notorious for falsifying Syrian attacks on civilians. They are not a neutral or trustworthy source of Syrian war news.

The IRS Used Asset Forfeiture Against Small businesses

Apr 6, 2017

Brandon Morse reports that in a two year span the IRS seized millions of dollars from businesses owners who committed no crime. According to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, the IRS has been taking millions of dollars from businesses who committed no crimes, using asset forfeiture as the method by which to take the money legally without charges.

Around $17 million dollars was seized from the bank accounts of business owners who in 90 percent of cases, committed no crime. What’s more, the report found that investigators violated internal policies such as not notifying those being interviewed of their rights, and improperly bargaining to resolve civil cases by using threats.

How Dangerous Are Kim’s Nuclear Weapons?

Apr 6, 2017

North Korea’s nuclear program will never be relinquished in negotiations even though North Korean leaders have sign agreements 3 times saying they will give up their nuclear research. Each time they have cheated. In each of the failed agreements, the West have fulfilled their part of the agreement, including food aid and oil shipments.

North Korea has never tested a nuclear warhead atop a missile, so even the North Koreans don’t how accurate their technology is. Even if it does work, North Korea does not possess maneuvering warheads and it has a very limited number of warheads and missiles to launch against medium range targets in Guam or Hawaii. A couple of standard ballistic missiles would be relatively easy for the US THAAD interceptors or Aegis Missile systems to detect and destroy. Only nations that have hundreds of missiles firing simultaneously can get through the US protective umbrella.

Conservatives Worry About Trump War Threats

Apr 6, 2017

With Donald Trump threatening military actions against Syria and North Korea, conservatives worry that Trump’s neocon and globalist National Security and defense advisors are leading him down a path he vowed not to go---intervening militarily around the world. Some conservatives suspect his globalist advisors may be setting him up to take the blame for WWIII, which could very possibly begin with an attack on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.

Another False Flag Gas Attack in Syria

Apr 5, 2017

The first false flag attack in Syria came in 2013 in a Damascus suburb which killed almost 1000 people with Sarin gas. It was blamed on the Assad regime in order to get the US to directly attack Syria after Obama had declared that using chemical weapons would cross a “red line.” That gas attack was done by Syrian rebels who received clandestine shipments of older Sarin gas from Saudi Arabia and Turkey.

The latest attack on Tuesday stems from claims by “activists” like the anti-Assad “White Helmets” that a Syrian or Russian airstrikes dropped bombs containing chemical weapons in rebel held areas of Ildib province, killing nearly 70 people 10 children. Syria has vehemently denied using chemical weapons and Russia said it had no aircraft in the area at the time.

Syria suggests that rebels exploded a chemical weapon on the ground in an area where rebels were under conventional aerial attack, in order to turn the Trump administration against Assad. This apparently worked as Trump responded that, "Today's chemical attack in Syria against innocent people, including women and children, is reprehensible and cannot be ignored by the civilized world.”

This latest attack has all the marks of a false flag attack, like the 2013 Damascus attack, for the following reasons 1) Syria gave up its chemical weapons in the 2014 agreement as certified by international inspectors. 2) gas attacks are a broad area weapon that have no military value in a fight against rebels fighting among civilians, unless specifically meant to kill civilians for purposes of poisoning public opinion against a nation. 3) There is no way that Assad would use chemical weapons against civilians knowing that the international community is eagerly looking for an excuse to blame him.

Susan Rice Under Fire for Monitoring Trump Campaign

Apr 5, 2017

Bolstering president Trump’s claim that the Obama administration spied on him, Sen. Rand Paul gave President Donald Trump some backup Monday by denouncing former Obama National Security adviser Susan Rice for issuing an official request to intelligence agencies to compile a list of Trump linked individuals whose telephone conversations were overheard in the monitoring of foreign individuals.

The mainstream media is scrambling to explain this latest revelation as somehow legal and proper.

United States to Scrutinize UN Peace Keeping and Human Rights Functions

Apr 5, 2017

Claims of Human Rights abuse have often been used by the UN to selectively condemn nations critical of UN intervention in the name of “peacekeeping.” As the US assumes the Security Council’s rotating presidency, US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley said Monday that the U.S. would closely scrutinize these two prominent U.N. functions in order to ensure that UN isn’t targeting of certain nations out of bias and overlooking other violations by other nations equally as serious.

Trump Donates First Quarter Salary to National Park Service

Apr 5, 2017

In fulfilling a campaign promise not to take a personal salary, presidential spokesperson Sean Spicer handed a check for $78k from President Trump to Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke, who has been directed to use the funds to help the Park Service maintain and preserve historic battlefield sites.

Only two other presidents have refused to take a salary, Herbert Hoover and John Kennedy, both of whom had substantial personal wealth.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Orders Review of Police Consent Agreements

Apr 5, 2017

Some 25 investigations of police departments were opened by the Obama administration, accusing certain jurisdictions of racial bias in police work. These were often precipitated after high profile shootings of young blacks, many of which were unarmed.

During confirmation hearings Senator Sessions, vowed to review consent agreements forced upon some big city police departments, accusing the Obama administration of “unfairly maligning all police” because of the excessive force used by a few. Consent decrees are court-enforced reforms that are agreed upon between the DOJ Civil Rights and a city when investigators say they have discovered a "pattern or practice" of unconstitutional policing by a department.

Civil libertarians, however, are even more concerned about the high percentage of police officers who use unjustified lethal force are never sanctioned by either police or the courts when civil suits are brought against them. The courts have a history of granting “qualified immunity” to almost every police action, even when wrongful death is determined.

Smartphone Apps are Spying on You

Apr 5, 2017

As the battle for internet privacy heats up, consumers are shocked to find out that nothing you do on the internet with a computer or smart phone is private. As The UK Sun reported this week,

“The apps on your phone are secretly working together to spy on your life in minute detail, researchers have warned. Experts from Virginia Tech University analyzed more than 100,000 pieces of Android software and found "thousands of pairs of apps" which talk to each other to share private information.

Whenever you use any search engine on your computer for travel or to buy a product, you soon find all you internet browsing is linked to advertising which matches those searches you did just minutes ago.

OSHA Fines Wells Fargo Millions over Treatment of Whistleblower

Apr 5, 2017

The Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has ordered Wells Fargo to pay $5.4 million to the government and to return a former bank manager to his job. He was fired for blowing the whistle on the bank’s fraudulent behavior in 2010 when bank employees and managers were being put under quotas to bring in new accounts. Thousands of those new bank and credit card accounts turned out to be for fictitious persons, all due to the pressure to meet quotas. The whistleblowing manager was dismissed from Wells Fargo after reporting separate incidents of suspected bank, mail and wire fraud at his branch in the Los Angeles area.

Citing the OSHA Whistleblower Protection Program, Wells Fargo was forced not only to reinstate the manager to his job but to compensate the manager for both lost earnings and attorney's fees.

Oregon Court Allows Individuals to Identify as neither Male nor Female

Apr 5, 2017

Always at the forefront of pushing Left/liberal agendas, an Oregon court has mandated that the state government must provide residents an alternative to either “male” or “female” as their identity status. The Obama administration has been encouraging state and local governments to fund programs protecting transgender individuals. In June of last year a Portland area judge permitted Portland resident Jamie Shupe to change his sex to “non-binary.”

According to the Oregonian newspaper, “Current laws in Oregon protect individuals who have undergone surgical procedures for gender change but do not make any references to individuals that do not identify as either male or female.” The court has now forced the state to change that policy even though the Trump administration has reversed the Obama administration policy by determining that transgender bathrooms are not essential in an educational setting.

Black Lives Matter Philly Bans White People From Its Meetings

Apr 5, 2017

Amber Randall of the Daily Caller reports that, “Black Lives Matter Philly banned white people from an upcoming event, claiming it is a ‘black only space.’ The group also referred to Malcolm X, saying he too had banned whites from his meetings on race.”

While children are invited to attend the April 15 meeting, white people are explicitly banned from the meeting. This obvious racist policy would never be permitted by a white group, so there appears to be an emerging double standard within the media over what they will tolerate as racism.

Trump's Immigration Policies Spur Some to Remove Tattoos

Apr 5, 2017

KPIX in San Francisco reports there is "no evidence suggesting ICE agents are targeting people based on tattoos. The focus from the Trump administration is on illegals and criminal activity.

President Donald Trump's focus on deporting criminal illegal aliens has led to a boom in one particular business - tattoo removal. Illegal aliens are scrambling to remove any tattoos that might be seen by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents as gang-related in hopes of avoiding deportations. Especially sanctuary cities are seeing an increase in tattoo removal.

74% of California Residents Oppose Sanctuary Cities

Apr 5, 2017

California has turned the entire state into a sanctuary haven for illegal immigrants. But, in a surprising poll done at UC Berkley, a bastion of far-Left policy, a majority of Californians want to see an end to sanctuary city policies, as reported at Breitbart News.

According to the study, “The issue to end sanctuary cities in the state crosses racial and party lines, with 65 percent of Hispanics registering their agreement, while 70 percent of independents, 82 percent of Republicans, and 73 percent of Democrats feel the same.”

Nevada Judge Says Having a Gun in Presence of an Officer is Assault

Apr 5, 2017

Witnesses at the first batch of defendants in the Bundy Nevada standoff trial where shocked as US District Judge Gloria Navarro stated that the simple act of having a weapon visible in the sight of an officer is sufficient for the officer to perceive assault. This is an incredible interpretation given that in the state of Nevada open carry of a firearm is completely legal and no exception is made for the presence of police or other agents of the state or federal governments. The judge also gave a severe time restriction to the defense forcing them to cancel many of the defense witnesses.

US Withdraws Funding of UN Population Fund

Apr 5, 2017

Under orders from the Trump administration, The State Department announced it was ending United States funding for the United Nations Population Fund, a controversial international agency that funds contraception and abortion around the world.

As Reuters reported, “In a letter to U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, the State Department said it was dropping the funding because the U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA) "supports, or participates in the management of, a program of coercive abortion or involuntary sterilization."

Did Erik Prince do some Backchannel Diplomacy for Trump?

Apr 4, 2017

The United Arab Emirates held a secret meeting on January 11 between Blackwater founder Erik Prince and an informal representative of V. Putin, according to

“The meeting took place around Jan. 11 — nine days before Trump’s inauguration — in the Seychelles islands in the Indian Ocean, officials said. Though the full agenda remains unclear, the UAE agreed to broker the meeting in part to explore whether Russia could be persuaded to curtail its relationship with Iran, including in Syria, a Trump administration objective that would likely require major concessions to Moscow on U.S. sanctions. Zayed met twice with Putin in 2016, according to Western officials, and urged the Russian leader to work more closely with the Emirates and Saudi Arabia — an effort to isolate Iran.

“Steven Simon, a National Security Council senior director for the Middle East and North Africa in the Obama White House, said: “The idea of using business cutouts, or individuals perceived to be close political leaders, as a tool of diplomacy is as old as the hills. These unofficial channels are desirable precisely because they are deniable; ideas can be tested without the risk of failure.”

Although the Trump administration and a Prince spokesperson have denied that the meeting had anything to do with Iran or Syria, Erik Prince would be a natural. His sisters is Betsy Devos, Sec. of Education, and Prince had meetings with the Trump team during the Transition. He also had lucrative contracts with the UAE government, which at one point paid his firm a reported $529 million to form an internal paramilitary force capable of carrying out secret operations and protecting Emirati installations from opposition attacks.

Republicans will have to Change Senate rules to Confirm Gorsuch

Apr 4, 2017

Senate Democrats have 41 confirmed votes against confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch to ensure that their planned filibuster cannot be stopped by the majority. It takes 60 votes to shut off debate and the Republicans would need 8 Democrats to cross over in order to do that. They only have four.

Thus, it appears certain the Republicas, who control the Senate majority will have to change the Senate rules on “cloture” (shutting off debate) from a super majority to a simple majority. Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley didn’t mince words about Democrats who were voting on someone as qualified as Gorsuch:

"His testimony, and the testimony of those who actually know him should create a dilemma for anybody who is desperate for a reason to vote no, because if you're voting on qualifications and not politics, you'd vote yes," Grassley said. "If you'd filibuster Judge Gorsuch, it's obvious you'd filibuster anybody.”

St. Petersburg Bombing Rattles Russia

Apr 4, 2017

A bomb that was planted at a subway station in a fire extinguisher was defused, but the bomb carried aboard a subway train went off, killing 14 people and injuring 50. Despite the hole in the side of the car, the train kept going until reaching the next station where the wounded could be cared for. The fact that there were two separate bombs lead Russian police to believe the attacker did not act alone. Islamic bombers always have help in gaining access to modern explosives which are tightly controlled and only imported by terrorist networks, or supplied by government agent provocateurs.

Surveillance video shows an Islamic suspect wearing Muslim garb who was filmed before the bombing leaving his briefcase on the subway car and then quietly leaving the station. Russian authorities had earlier identified a Russian national born in Kyrgyzstan, as a suspect, but now are also considering whether the attacker died in the blast as a suicide bomber. But that would conflict with the surveillance video showing him exiting the train. Islamist militants from the North Caucasus have been accused of various terrorist attacks in Russia since the war in Chechnya, but it has been proven since that many of these were false flag attacks done by the KGB in order to build public support for Russia’s own “war on terror.”

More Evidence of Obama Administration Spying on Trump Team

Apr 4, 2017

Mike Cernovich, a conservative writer detailed the evidence that it was Obama’s UN Ambassador, Susan Rice that was responsible for requesting the identities of US persons in raw intelligence reports on dozens of occasion that would link Donald Trump’s campaign team to the Russians.

The Trump White House Counsel’s document log requests indicate that a search was directed to find out if any Trump team members showed up in surveillance tapes on the Russians. The log directing such a search belonged to Rice. This indicates that the Democrats were trying to build a case against the Trump team before Obama left office.

Jared Kushner, Trump’s Roving Ambassador without Portfolio

Apr 4, 2017

With some dismay from the professional diplomatic core, president Trump has not only put his son in law, Jared Kushner, in charge of the task force to suggest greater efficiencies in government but sent him off to deal with special assignments in Mexico, China and Iraq. With little experience in any of these countries, experts can only surmise that Kushner’s role is more a reflection of Trump’s growing need for a loyal cadre rather than experience or competence. With the Trump administration in disarray over internal leaks, dissention and betrayal of agency bureaucracies, Trump only knows how to circle the wagons with loyal advisors, as he has done in business.

Trump Meets with Egypt’s el-Sisi

Apr 4, 2017

The Egyptian general, turned political leader has been isolated for the last few years after his somewhat aggressive suppression of Egypt’s radical Muslim faction, including the Muslim Brotherhood. But on Monday, he found common ground with president Trump who felt that his commitment to fighting terror outweighed the negatives of political suppression.

Trump praised el-Sisi saying, “He’s done a fantastic job in a very difficult situation. We are very much behind Egypt and the people of Egypt. The United States has, believe me, backing, and we have strong backing.”

While Obama refused to meet with the Egyptian strongman and publicly condemned his suppression of the Muslim Brotherhood, military aid continued to flow to Egypt in 2015. This followed a similar pattern of publicly condemning oppression but militarily supporting the oppressive regimes of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Qatar.

Chicago Devising Special ID for Illegals

Apr 4, 2017

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced a special identification card specifically designed to ensure illegal aliens in the city can receive welfare benefits but are not put at risk for deportation. The program is specifically designed to make sure no paper trail with an address is captured in the application process. The person shows anything that indicates his name and date of birth and those documents are not recorded or kept. Neither is the address, making it impossible for federal authorities to trace the individual if found with this Chicago ID in his possession.

This is typical of the lengths sanctuary city Democratic mayors will go to aid and abet illegals in this country. It is a certainty that other sanctuary cities will follow suit, and tends to prove Attorny General Session’s claim that these cities are actively attempting to shield all illegals from deportation, including criminals.

EU Threatens Gibralter’s Independence from Spain

Apr 4, 2017

A document by the EU Council implied that Spain will have a significant say on whether or not the Brexit deal allows Gibraltar to leave the EU along with the UK. Specifically, the EU Council stated that the Brexit deal will not apply to Gibraltar without an "agreement between the kingdom of Spain and the UK." Conservative Party leader Michael Howard started a firestorm of controversy by suggesting that Britain defend Gibralter as it did the Falkland Islands from “another Spanish speaking country” (Argentina). The government of Teresa May was more circumspect by simply assuring the chief minister of Gibraltar on Sunday that the May government was “steadfastly committed to our support for Gibraltar, its people and its economy,” and that “Britain will never allow Spain to take over the peninsula against its will.”

Turkey’s Erdogan Fomenting Unrest Among EU Turkish Immigrants

Apr 4, 2017

There is increasing evidence that the inflammatory anti-EU and anti-US rhetoric of Turkish president Recep Erdogan is influencing millions of Turks who live in the EU to take a more militant stand for Islamic separatism within the EU. Many Turkish migrants who oppose Erdogan have said that professionals and businessmen in Turkey have been brutally suppressed for opposing Erdogan power grabs and that those who oppose Erdogan in Europe are increasingly ostracized more nationalist Turks. Experts see this growing unrest among Turkish immigrants as a sign that Muslim relations in Austria and France is headed for increased conflict rather than peaceful integration.

North Korea Serious about Threats to US

Apr 4, 2017

Lester Holt reported to NBC News that “A senior North Korean defector has told NBC News that the country's "desperate" dictator is prepared to use nuclear weapons to strike the United States and its allies. Thae Yong Ho is the most high profile North Korean defector in two decades, meaning he is able to give a rare insight into the secretive, authoritarian regime.

According to Thae, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is "desperate in maintaining his rule by relying on his [development of] nuclear weapons and ICBM." He was using an acronym for intercontinental ballistic missiles — a long range rocket that in theory would be capable of hitting the U.S.

The thing which moderates this dire news is that North Korea has not yet successfully tested a full nuclear warhead in operational mode, and many of its missiles have failed in test launches. US military experts, which discounting North Korea as an imminent threat do believe this unstable country is a long-term threat.

California Becomes the First Sanctuary State

Apr 4, 2017

California lawmakers in Committee gave initial approval Monday to a bill that actually prevents law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration officials, a measure that puts the entire state on a collision path with the Trump Administration. The proposal is obviously meant as a rebuke for President Trump for his immigration crackdown, but it leaves the entire state, which is highly dependent on federal money open to a breach with federal funds.

President Trump Meets Ran Paul on the Golf Course to talk Healthcare.

Apr 3, 2017

President Donald Trump may be softening his vow of revenge against those conservatives strongly opposed to the Republicans first attempt at replacing Obamacare with something not much different, as indicated by his willingness to talk to Sen. Rand Paul who has written a version acceptable to conservatives. As Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said in response to Trump’s attack on the Freedom Caucus, “When you look at the document, when you look at the legislation, it doesn’t repeal Obamacare.”

Sen. Rand Paul’s version is a complete revision of Obamacare, including a repeal of the mandates, plus an inclusion of everything president Trump promised during his campaign---insurance markets across state lines, Medical Savings Accounts, and the freedom of everyone to form groups to compete for insurance like business or other cooperatives.

While not a formal sit down meeting in the White House, Trump went golfing with Paul and budget director Mick Mulvaney specifically to discuss Paul’s healthcare proposal. Conservative critics of Trump’s first major failure are hopeful the meeting signifies a change in the right direction. Paul said after the golf meet they are “getting closer” on a compromise repeal plan and that he remains “very optimistic.”

Explosive Revelations Gardasil Vaccine Fraud

Apr 3, 2017

In a damaging indictment against the Medical establishment and the FDA approval process, controlled by Big Pharma, Real Pharmacy published the evidence showing that “Scandal, misinformation, and data manipulation have become part and parcel of clinical research and pharmaceutical drug development.” Dr. Bernard Dalberguem a former pharmaceutical industry physician with Gardasil manufacturer Merck has blown the whistle on both ineffectiveness of the HPV vaccine, along with the pharmaceutical industry as a whole:

“…everyone knew when this vaccine was released on the American market that it would prove to be worthless. I predict that Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all time because the evidence will add up to prove that this vaccine, technical and scientific feat that it may be, has absolutely no effect on cervical cancer and that all the very many adverse effects which destroy lives and even kill, serve no other purpose than to generate profit for the manufacturers. Gardasil is useless and costs a fortune! In addition, decision-makers at all levels are aware of it!

European Banking Crisis Underplayed by Media

Apr 3, 2017

Don Quijones, Spain & Mexico, editor at Wolf Street wrote that the Italian media is generally silent about the looming failure of a significant portion of Italy’s banks: “For a country that is on the brink of a gargantuan public bailout of its toxic-loan riddled banking sector, or failing that, a full-blown financial crisis that could bring down the European financial system, things are eerily quiet in Italy these days. It’s almost as if the more serious the crisis gets, the less we hear about it — otherwise, investors and voters might get spooked. And elections are coming up. ”

One publication that is blowing the whistle is the Italian Daily Il Sole. In an article published in the financial section the newspaper lays out just how serious the situation has become. “114 of the close to 500 banks in Italy have “Texas Ratios” of over 100%.

The Texas Ratio, all the bad stuff divided by the money you have to pay for all the bad stuff.” If the ratio is over 100%, the bank doesn’t have enough money “pay for all the bad stuff.” Hence, banks tend to fail when the ratio surpasses 100%. In Italy there are 114 of them. Of them, 24 have ratios of over 200%.

It’s not just Italy. The largest German Bank, Deutsche Bank is below 100% but that understates its true risk because most of its assets comprise riskier traded securities like derivatives ($47T) and bonds.

Wikileaks Reveals More about CIA Malware

Apr 3, 2017

WikiLeaks released the source code for the CIA’s "Marble" software which allows the CIA to hide any traces to the malware and viruses which it has infected millions of computers. According to the Vault 7 CIA files released by Wilileaks, the Marble Framework is used to “hamper forensic investigators and anti-virus companies from attributing viruses, trojans and hacking attacks to the CIA. Marble does this by hiding [obfuscating] text fragments used in CIA malware from visual inspection.

“Marble forms part of the CIA's anti-forensics approach and the CIA's Core Library of malware code. The Marble source code also includes a deobfuscator to reverse CIA text obfuscation. Combined with the revealed obfuscation techniques, a pattern or signature emerges which can assist forensic investigators attribute previous hacking attacks and viruses to the CIA.”

In other words, all the millions people spend on anti-Virus software is in large part due to our own government’s spying. Infected computers transmit sensitive data back to the government so they can track people’s computer history and content.

European Press Cannot Reveal Religion of Rapists

Apr 3, 2017

The Conservative Review found out why news reports of the epidemic of migrant rape in Germany goes unreported, as to the nationality or religion of the perpetrators: “German media is largely self-regulated by the German Press Council, an amalgamation of different journalistic unions formed in the 1950s. Its standards prohibit outlets from identifying the nationality, immigration status, or religion of an accused rapist.

“What this means in turn is that the European media elites are keeping their readership – and the rest of the world – in the dark about the extent of the migrant rape epidemic. That was highlighted gruesomely on New Year’s Eve 2015, when as many as 1,500 girls were sexually assaulted, allegedly by migrants and asylum seekers from the Middle East.

“Incidents like these have not only been on the rise following the massive influx of Middle Eastern refugees to Europe, but are grounded in common practices with cultural and theological grounds, meaning that – to many of the migrant rapists – it’s all backed up by the word of God. But according to media elites in Germany, telling the truth about Cologne and other such events is taboo.”

Behind the Flynn Immunity Deal

Apr 3, 2017

The Mark Levin Show on Friday stated that in their analysis, “The only reason the FBI and the democrats are granting immunity is to try and get rid of President Trump. The media is forgetting to mention that there were at least 5 former aides of Hillary Clinton, including Hillary’s former chief of staff who were granted immunity. When this happened with Hillary it was nothing because the media wanted to elect Hillary over Trump.”

It is amazing that the mainstream media continues to say Trump’s claims of Obama administration surveillance of the Trump campaign is “unsubstantiated” now that it has been revealed by NBC News and others that

“Obama administration officials were so concerned about what would happen to key classified documents related to the Russia probe once President Trump took office that they created a list of document serial numbers to give to senior members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, a former Obama official told NBC News. The official said that after the list of documents related to the probe into Russian interference in the U.S. election was created in early January, he hand-carried it to the committee members.”

That sensitive information could only have come from government spying before Trump took office and is already in the hands of the committee. This is one of the main reason why the House intelligence committee’s Democratic members are demanding Chairman David Nunes recuse himself, so that he cannot stop the anti-Trump agenda.

Trump Meets with Globalist Condoleezza Rice

Apr 3, 2017

On Friday President Donald Trump met with former national security adviser and Department of State head Condoleezza Rice. Supporters of Trump remember when he called Ms. Rice a "bitch" because she couldn't do her job. Once again, Trump is demonstrating his unique character flaw of flattering those who he has attacked previously when they are prominent persons, even when they have been vociferous critics of the candidate when running for office. Rice had called for Trump to drop out of the race.

Rice, a long time member of the Council on Foreign Relations was brought into government by globalists Brent Scowcroft and George Shultz. She lobbied for NSA surveillance and torture in the claimed need to enhance national security.

Trump Talks Tough on Trade Prior to Meet with China

Apr 3, 2017

At the end of last week, President Trump tweeted, "The meeting next week with China will be a very difficult one in that we can no longer have massive trade deficits and job losses. American companies must be prepared to look at other alternatives.” The two are scheduled to meet at Trumps country club in Florida to discuss “global, regional, and bilateral issues of mutual concern,” according to a White House.

Mark Levin and other free market academics feel that Trump’s concern over trade deficits is misplaced. As Milton Friedman and Thomas Sowell have pointed out, even one sided trade enriches both countries. The money paid outside the country eventually must come back in purchases, especially as US bonds become less attractive. Levin feels that Trump ought to be more concerned about reducing other’s nation’s high trade barriers to US products, rather than making US consumers pay more by raising tariffs in retaliation.

Venzuela’s Economic House of Horrors

Apr 3, 2017

Michael Tennant of the New American published an extensive analysis of how far the Venezuelan economy has plunged since the semi-democratic takeover by Marxist Hugo Chavez. He states that Venezuela, has gone far beyond "moderate" socialism. The Bolivar currency is now nearly worthless thanks to hyper inflation, and the government rations almost all products. Those who can afford it fly to Miami to buy what they can’t get in Caracas.

“The 2016 Heritage Foundation/Wall Street Journal Index of Economic Freedom ranks Venezuela 176th out of 178 countries, ahead of only the officially communist states of Cuba and North Korea. And hand-in-hand with economic repression has come political repression, with President Nicolás Maduro becoming a virtual dictator and dissenters being silenced.”

President Maduro now has dictatorial powers after getting his hand-picked Supreme Court to essentially nullify all acts of Parliament and to strip legislators of official immunity. However, as Maduro’s ratings plummet even with former socialist supporters, the Supreme Court (perhaps sensing that a violent revolution against Maduro is brewing) partially overturned its own recent ruling and reestablished Parliamentary powers and immunity.

Trump Threatens Unilateral Action on North Korea

Apr 3, 2017

President Donald Trump has declared he would be willing to go it alone to restrain North Korea's nuclear weapons program won’t China make good on its promises to stop North Korea’s nuclear program. Trump tweeted that “if Beijing won't help solve it,” then "we will" alone. "China will either decide to help us with North Korea or they won't," Trump said in an interview published Sunday in the Financial Times. "If they do, that will be very good for China, and if they don't, it won't be good for anyone."

While it is doubtful Trump would actually bomb North Korea’s nuclear reactors, causing a radiation problem, he could easily use the ship based Aegis anti-missile system to shoot down North Korean missile tests that fly over international waters.

McCain’s Plan for Eliminating the dollar bill and the Penny

Apr 3, 2017

Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Senate Budget Committee Chairman Mike Enzi (R-WY) have reintroduced a bill that would replace the paper dollars with a durable coin as a cost saving measure. It would also eliminate the penny which costs more to produce than it is worth.

According to Enzi, switching from a dollar bill to a dollar coin "could save our country $150 million a year. Overall, the lawmakers believe the currency reform will save America $16 billion over 30 years.

"Coins last a lot longer than paper," said Aaron Klein, former Democratic chief economist for the Senate Banking Committee. "One coin costs around 18 cents. Reprinting that dollar note seven times over 31 years costs 62 cents. You sell a dollar in 30 years for one dollar, but the cost of producing it will have gone up."

The legislation will end the production of 1-cent coins, or pennies, and will change the composition of nickels cheaper metals to save cost. While the elimination of the penny is long overdue, dollar coins have never been very popular with the public---at least as long as the paper bill is still in circulation.

White House Invites Intelligence Committees to View Spy Data

Mar 31, 2017

House Speaker Paul Ryan said this week that beleaguered House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes' got his information on government surveillance of the Trump team from a 'whistleblower' and that he said he was going to 'brief everybody' on it.

But in a further move to quell the attacks on Representative Nunes, Sean Spicer told reporters that both Senate and House Intelligence Committees are invited to the White House to view the controversial documents which led Nunes to reveal to the president that his team had been caught up in inappropriate surveillance. It is doubtful if this will satisfy Democratic voices trying to destabilize any and everyone who supports Trump.

The FBI justified the surveillance of domestic person when it is supposedly done as a byproduct of surveillance on a foreign target. However, whenever an intercept captures a conversation of a US citizen while surveilling a foreign target, the domestic person's identity is supposed to be redacted, which was not done in this case, indicating a desire to illegally track Trump advisers and their conversations.