When Ted Kennedy Asked the USSR to Help Fix the 1984 Election Nobody Called It Treason

When Ted Kennedy Asked the USSR to Help Fix the 1984 Election Nobody Called It Treason

The Left-Democrat Axis has immersed America anew in fretful worry about Russia, with the non-story that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer who claimed to have incriminating info on Hillary Clinton. Who knows—it might have been info on Uranium One. Turned out she only wanted to talk about adoption of Russian children. But people like Tim Kaine, Hillary’s running mate, call it treason. He’s just a bit confused. The definition of treason is: 18 US Code § 2381: Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason. Oddly enough, Mr. Kaine appears to have given aid and comfort to the Muslim Brotherhood, which has stated in writing it intends to destroy America from within: Hillary’s running mate enjoyed the support of the Muslim American Society in his 2005 race for Governor of Virginia, according to DiscoverTheNetworks.org. The MAS describes itself as “a dynamic charitable, religious, social, cultural, and educational, organization.”  But DTN also says the MAS is affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood. In 2007, Kaine appointed MAS president, Esam Omeish to the state’s Immigration Commission. He had been president of the National Muslim Students Association, which DTN identifies as the “first Muslim Brotherhood affiliate to gain a foothold in America.” It appears on the Brotherhood’s list of its 29 “organizations of our friends,” contained in its Explanatory Memorandum, which also states its purpose of “destroying the Western civilization from within.” In September 2011, Kaine spoke at an affair honoring Muslim Brotherhood leader Jamal Barzinji, with a Lifetime Achievement...
Annoy a Liberal — Honor Calvin Coolidge on Independence Day

Annoy a Liberal — Honor Calvin Coolidge on Independence Day

True or false, did an American president actually consider one of his greatest accomplishments “minding my own business?” Keep reading. . . One of my favorite July Fourth traditions is remembering the life of our thirtieth president. Calvin Coolidge owns the distinction of being the only chief executive born on this day (July 4, 1872, and serving from 1923-29). Ideally, I would offer a brief biographical sketch followed by a few hundred words of well-crafted praise. But that wouldn’t be fair. . . I’ll offer a little but I don’t want to cheat readers out of the joy of discovering Calvin Coolidge on their own. His legacy is that rich and rewarding. Dr. Steven Hayward, the author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Presidents from Wilson to Obama, grades the presidents primarily on their fidelity to the Constitution, as opposed to legislative advancements. He gives Silent Cal an A+ — the only president to win that honor! Most other historians would rather fawn over those leaders (Woodrow Wilson, FDR and, sorry, conservatives, Teddy Roosevelt) who grew the size and scope of the federal government. Coolidge, when he is mentioned at all, is remembered as a moral but ineffective leader who slept his presidency away. Coolidge was, indeed, a creature of routine. A country lawyer from Plymouth Notch, Vermont and later governor of Massachusetts, he exemplified, both in word and deed, those time-honored traits of self-reliance, hard work and living within your means. A man of simplicity and no pretense, he is among the last of those who recognized the limitations of presidential power, seeing the overreach of the federal...
Feminist Magazine Wants White Women to Abort Their Babies

Feminist Magazine Wants White Women to Abort Their Babies

A feminist magazine is calling on white women to abort their babies in order to stop the spread of white supremacy. They ask that these women raise colored children instead. Medusa Magazine, a feminist blog, published an article that resulted in a huge backlash from readers of the site. In the article, they first argue that abortion is a misunderstood concept, and why the pro-choice movement should abandon the argument that abortion is a constitutional right because the constitution was written by racist white men.   Columnist, Nicole Valentine, writes “it is critical to understand that the appeal to abortions being “Constitutional” reinforces white supremacy. There is no way around it. The Constitution was drafted and signed by white men, for white men.” She goes on to say that “women of color” don’t have as much access to abortion facilities as white women, and “women of color simply do not have the absolute choice when it comes to their bodies.” She continued, “It has been proven that the embedded systems of white supremacy do not act impartially to all women. Because white supremacy prevents women of color from their freedom to choose, we must level the playing field by other means.” However, Valentine never cites any sources to back up these claims. According to the CDC, in 2013 black females accounted for 35% of the nation’s abortions, even though blacks only make up 13.3% of the population. The number comes out to 128,682 black abortions. But it’s likely to be much higher because this was only gathered from 29 reporting areas.   Next, Valentine tells progressive, white women to quit...
Why People Don’t Trust CNN: A Compiliation of Fake News Pushed by CNN

Why People Don’t Trust CNN: A Compiliation of Fake News Pushed by CNN

CNN has earned the reputation of pushing fake news. After a string of bias reports and false narratives, it comes to no surprise that CNN is seeing its overall ratings decline. A list of deceitful and unethical reports by CNN have been compiled to show how they have managed to go from a slightly liberal news choice to a far-left propaganda arm.  However, the list is so vast, they have been condensed to only a small amount. -CNN pretends that a studio is on location in The Gulf War. A leaked video shows a CNN reporter in front of a green screen. -In one interview, CNN said, “Jared Kushner may be one of the people who has to die.” -CNN lied about “hands up don’t shoot” narrative. After the shooting of Michael Brown, CNN claimed Brown had his hands up when he was shot. CNN’s description read, “Authorities said Brown had attacked the officer in his car and tried to take his gun. Others said the teenager was surrendering, his hands in the air to show he was unarmed when the officer opened fire.” When describing the alternate side of the matter, they cite “authorities” and refuse to include evidence and eye witnesses who debunked the “hands up don’t shoot” narrative.  And CNN never recanted, despite a report by the DOJ that debunked their story. -CNN claimed that the Manchester bombing could be a right-wing false flag operation. Terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank, told Anderson Cooper, “in recent months in Europe, there have been a number of false flag plots where right-wing extremists have tried frame Islamists for terrorism.” -CNN...
The Fatherless Church

The Fatherless Church

It’s Father’s Day. For many, this day settles like an elephant—an immovable weight that steals the air from our lungs. The sorrow of having lost a father, whether by his absence or by his death, is the greatest sorrow I’ve known in my own life. And yet, I keep thinking about Christian children in other parts of the world who have lost their fathers to the sword of Islam. Do they share my sorrow? Time and again, I read stories of Christians whose communities and lives have been targeted and attacked by radical Islamic groups. While I think it is normal to be shocked or to grieve in the wake of such circumstances, what we learn is that the Christians left behind mourn, but are not paralyzed by grief. In February 2015, twenty-one Coptic Christian men were beheaded by ISIS-affiliated extremists in Libya. I’m sure you remember the image of those men. Clad in orange jumpsuits, they had been marched along the beach near Tripoli by men in black, forced to their knees, and beheaded. It’s appropriate, I think, for Americans—and Christians, in particular—to think about the families of these men today. They left behind wives, parents, siblings, children, and friends. Their deaths were no small detriment to their communities. Related: the-two-headed-snake-of-islam Last week, I read an excellent piece from Christian Post about where those families are today and how they are faring. I was surprised and encouraged to read the report—that the children of those twenty-one men are proud today of their fathers for choosing their faith in Jesus over their very lives, and the families reportedly, “…have...
Steve Scalise and the Bullet that May Have Saved America?

Steve Scalise and the Bullet that May Have Saved America?

History offers an important insight with the contrast of black and white of the “what could have been.” There are flash moments of the past for us to reflect on, where a single gunshot could be heard around the world which effectively changed its landscape. On September 6, 1901, anarchist Czolgosz shot Progressive President, William McKinley, who later died 8 days later. On June 28, 1914, Gavrilo Princip, a member of the Serbian Black Hand nationalist group, shot Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife. On November 22, 1963, President John F Kennedy was shot by Lee Harvey Oswald. Louisiana Congressional Representative Steve Scalise can be seen as the man that prevented the shots that critically injured him from fundamentally changing the world. Steve Scalise, along with 19 other Republicans and staffers were on the field when 66-year-old, unemployed James T. Hodgkinson opened fire with the intent to kill as many people as possible. Hodgkinson, who had been living in his van, was angry with Republicans and Donald Trump for allegedly implementing an agenda that he believed favored the rich and punished the poor. Hodgkinson was a loyal Bernie Sanders supporter and volunteered for Sanders on his 2016 Democratic presidential campaign. It is apparent that Sanders had appealed to Hodgkinson with a virulent message of growing income equality due to the greedy, rich, one percent. Related: unintended-the-consequences-of-liberalism-part-one Related: for-the-first-time-in-over-half-a-century-i-have-hope-that-cuba-will-be-free Scalise, Matt Mika, a lobbyist for Tyson Foods, Zach Barth, a legislative correspondent for Roger Williams (R-Tex.), Special Agents, David Bailey and Crystal Griner, were all injured in the shootout. Both Scalise and Mika were critically injured. While horror and panic unfolded, a...