The Washington Post Says the Quiet Part Out Loud

Conservatives have been saying, for a long time now, that the credentialed media were quite biased in their reporting, mostly, though not quite entirely, biased in a leftward direction. Yes, my site has focused much of its attention to The Philadelphia Inquirer, but it’s hardly alone; we reported previously how The New York Times found …

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Could Michelle Obama become the Democrats’ 2024 presidential nominee? It grows more possible by the day

During an interview with Boston Public Radio on Friday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) was asked if President Joe Biden should run for reelection in 2024. She said yes. Asked about Vice President Kamala Harris, she replied: “I really want to defer to what makes Biden comfortable on his team.” If you were thinking that Warren …

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Kamala Harris’ Speech Has Viewers Convinced She’s Addressing Children – Hint: She Wasn’t

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At a time when rumors are flying that Vice President Kamala Harris may be booted from the 2024 Democratic presidential ticket, she certainly didn’t help herself during a Tuesday award ceremony in Washington, D.C. Harris awarded former astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley the Congressional Space Medal of Honor for “their bravery in NASA’s SpaceX …

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Adam Schiff Finally Made to Answer for Years of Pushing Trump-Russia Hoax

Amidst the network’s mighty struggle to restore its tarnished reputation as a trusted source in cable news, CNN host Dana Bash asked California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff some tough questions on Sunday’s edition of “State of the Union.” She began, “You said that there was direct evidence of the fact that [former President] Donald Trump colluded …

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What Do We Expect from Our Elected Representatives?

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” ~ Article II, Section I, Paragraph 8, United States Constitution Greetings my fellow Americans! A question which I …

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The Ethical Politician

I’d like to believe that our elected representatives have the country’s best interests constantly at the forefront of their deliberations. But do they really? How ethical are our elected leaders? Let’s first define what I mean by ethics and let’s keep it simple. Ethics: an obligation one assumes to standards of right and wrong and …

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The Only Real Winner of the Russo-Ukrainian War Will Be China

My Twitter feed frequently shows me stories about how the Russo-Ukrainian War has devastated the Russian economy and how Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin has led the country down the toilet. But, alas!, it seems that maybe, just maybe, things haven’t gone quite as we’ve been told. From The New York Times: Russia Sidesteps Western Punishments, With …

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White Memphis Police Officer Relieved of Duty Over Killing, But Attorney Argues He Wasn’t at the Fatal Encounter

A sixth officer from the Memphis Police Department has been relieved of duty in the brutal beating death of Tyre Nichols, 29, following a Jan. 7 traffic stop. Memphis police spokeswoman Karen Rudolph said on Monday that Preston Hemphill, who has served as an officer since 2018, was relieved of duty when the department began their …

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Drone sales, diplomacy, deployment, and force projection

Chemical weapons are called the poor man’s atom bomb. The drone is becoming the poor man’s carrier. A three-year-old meme on Facebook discussing the death of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani shows how force projection has changed in the last few decades: Sucks to be him. And I don’t question there were a few more people in the loop …

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Coincidences involving the narcostate of Albania, the Biden admin, CEFC, Soros, the Sinaloa cartel, and a recently indicted former FBI agent abound

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In September, Washington Examiner national security writer and editor Tom Rogan questioned the Biden administration’s “strange tolerance” for the apparent corruption of the Albanian government. Rogan argued, “Compelling evidence suggests that [Albanian Prime Minister Edi] Rama may be directly involved in a narcotrafficking alliance between Albanian mobsters and the Mexico-based Sinaloa cartel.” Not only has …

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Pfizer Responds to Project Veritas Bombshell, Appears to Admit to Engineering Viruses

Last week, Project Veritas released a stunning video of an undercover reporter’s bar conversation with Jordon Trishton Walker, a 27-year-old man, who claimed to be the Director of Research and Development at Pfizer. Walker told the reporter the company was exploring ways to “mutate” COVID viruses through “directed evolution” in order to develop future vaccines. The loose-lipped Walker …

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The Sentinel There exists a chamber in the garret where all the secrets dwell, slumbering beneath the dusty shrouds meant to conceal them for eternity. The passage, a narrow one, remains barricaded, padlocked and bolted, defended with the strength and stamina, the fervor and fortitude, the power and potency, the brawn and bravado of a …

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Sam, By Sean Dietrich

He is older. I see him standing outside the supermarket. Scruffy beard. Pitiful shoes. He smells like a substance plentiful to barnyards and sheep pens. His clothes are threadbare. He is asking for food. Not money. Not handouts. Just something to eat. He holds no cardboard signs. He’s not bothering anyone. His name is Sam. …

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