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Former President “Barry Obama” attacks Very Successful Donald Trump

Former President Obama subjected students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to an hour-long verbal tranquilizer Friday as he attacked President Trump and stuck to his usual specialty: mendacity and self-love.  Obama started by noting that former presidents usually keep quiet about politics as a courtesy to their successors, even if they disagree with

Tell United Nations Goodbye and Good Riddance

Jeff Crouere, Since 1946, the headquarters of the United Nations has been in United States, with the official headquarters opening in New York City in 1952. For decades, the United States has been a very hospitable host to this ungrateful, hateful collection of diplomats. By 2014, these international visitors had amassed over $16 million in

Jerry Seinfeld Endorses Roy Moore?

Ann Coulter, Apparently, the GOP is now the party of CHILD MOLESTATION! At least the media tell me that’s the meaning of President Trump’s endorsement of Senate candidate Roy Moore. Are we allowed to mention that Moore denies the charges? It’s hard to disprove accusations from 40 years ago — that’s why we have statutes

The Real Reason Democrats Hate Losing the State and Local Tax Deduction

Bob Barr, If you have ever wondered why leaders of liberal cities and states become giddy at any new spending opportunity – investments into light rail infrastructure, social programs for illegal aliens, public schools that look like palaces, billion-dollar sports stadiums – it is not because they are more public-minded than Republicans, or possess an

Establishment Crumbling: Poll Shows Mitch McConnell, Senate Allies’ Approval in Free Fall

Michael Patrick Leahy, A Politico/Morning Consult poll released on Tuesday for the third quarter shows plunging approval ratings for most incumbent senators from both parties among all voters. Republican establishment senators aligned with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) see even more dramatic declines in their net approval ratings among likely Republican primary voters, as reported in “DATA DU JOUR –

Frankenstein Goes To Washington…

Adam Carrington, We often pick Halloween costumes to say something true about ourselves—our personality, desires, and interests. If we were to give a costume for our national government, what would it be? Some might suggest a money-pit, a wish-granting fairy god-mother, or a swamp monster. But I would suggest another costume, one the national government