I provided the confirmation of who turned the documents over to Wikileaks. The New York Times is cordially invited to check my original reporting to find out what else they might have missed. Continue reading
For left-wing anti-Hillary zealots, the news is “too good to be true” outstripping their wildest conspiracy theories. Continue reading
This is evidently not the first time he’s stolen Queen music, nor the first time he’s been caught stealing music for his rallies. That track record of theft of intellectual property makes it rather difficult to make the case that they couldn’t possibly have stolen a nice chunk of a Michelle Obama speech. Continue reading
They OUGHT to have understood that. No. Because the Times was, as per usual with progressives and their causes, making the perfect the enemy of the good. Continue reading
The point being this: whatever you hear about the cases means little. The actual divided court is effectively gagged. The opinions in question are one-page non-opinions. Continue reading
We ought to be chilled. Instead, this will be cast into another “us versus them” bit of minor pettifoggery, while the intent to use government as a tool of political vendetta looms large already, without a Trump presidency that would almost undoubtedly be partially devoted to settling all and any scores, old and new.
And after the witch trials are over, are there no sanctions to be placed on the false (and intentionally so, let’s face facts) accusers — at the VERY LEAST, the withdrawal of face value credibility in ScandaLand™? Continue reading
Well, this may not be a lot of things, but one thing it is is anti-American, and an affront to ANY notions that the self evident truth “all [hu]men are created equal.” Continue reading