Category Archives: Mediacrats

The Squadie who married her brother

Dimocrat congresswoman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, of course! Which the cowardly, dishonest enemies of the people have been covering up. President Trump has now outed her.

PJMedia throws in alleged in their headline, but their reporter says there’s loads of evidence that Omar married her brother to defraud immigration.

Via PJMedia

UPDATE: Some of that evidence was uncovered by Scott Johnson of Powerline: “…Omar is also probably the first state legislator to have taken out a marriage certificate naming her brother as her husband. If so, she is certainly also the first state legislator—Muslim or not—to be married to her brother (the marriage would be illegal and void ab initio under Minnesota law), while also having a “cultural” husband, who happens to be the father of her children. And if so, I want to emphasize, I believe that her purpose was certainly dishonest, rather than incestuous or romantic.”

Google’s planned hit on Breitbart

Given Breitbart’s popularity, Google’s planning to de-platform the conservative news site’s advertising could finally bring such liberal censorship to a screaming halt. Could government regulation be far behind?

Via Goldstein Web

The origins of PC

“The totalitarian nature of Political Correctness is revealed nowhere more clearly than on college campuses, many of which at this point are small ivy covered North Koreas, where the student or faculty member who dares to cross any of the lines set up by the gender feminist or the homosexual-rights activists, or the local black or Hispanic group, or any of the other sainted “victims” groups that PC revolves around, quickly find themselves in judicial trouble.

“Within the small legal system of the college, they face formal charges – some star-chamber proceeding – and punishment. That is a little look into the future that Political Correctness intends for the nation as a whole.”

Written nineteen years ago and still relevant, prophetic even.

Via Accuracy In Academia

Liberal censorship grows

“There’s no easy way out of this mess—perhaps no way out at all. All of the solutions that have thus far been proposed—breaking up the tech monopolies, removing federal Section 230 protections from social media platforms, and creating alternatives to them—are fraught with possible unintended consequences that could make things even worse.

“Whistleblowers like Cochran offer some hope. Perhaps there are more who will come forward to expose what’s going on in the board rooms and on Slack channels at the Big Tech giants. And maybe, just maybe, they’ll realize that marginalizing half of America is bad for business and change their ways. Don’t hold your breath.”

Via PJMedia (banned by Pinterest)

Dirty cop underscores his smear

Mueller just had to reiterate the vagueness that suggests otherwise: “If we had the confidence the president did not commit a crime we would have said so.”

It was. as Pocahontas put it: “…an impeachment referral, and it’s up to Congress to act. They should.”

The smear artist just didn’t have the guts to make it explicit, that’s all.

Rudy Giuliani: “What they’ve done here is a perversion.” Mueller had no case on either collusion or obstruction. “That’s all that matters from the point of view of a prosecutor. The real question is to whether it’s ethical at all for him to be discussing it or writing about it.”

Smear artists don’t care, do they Bob?

Via Breitbart

UPDATE: McCarthy emphasized the significance of Mueller having noted that it is Congress’ responsibility, not federal prosecutors, to discipline a sitting president.

MORE: The Federalist: His entire operation was a political hit job that trampled the rule of law. “He gave the game, and his nakedly political intentions, away repeatedly…”

Newspaperman, A Memoir

My old editor Don Hatfield is very kind to me, one of his first hires at the defunct Huntington (WVA) Advertiser, and herein captures perfectly my angry young combat veteran’s flippant attitude.

Don had a roguish air about himself back then in 1973, with long dark hair perpetually falling over one eye. But I learned from him and his young editors not to editorialize in news copy, as is unfortunately too common today. “If you don’t put it in, I can’t take it out,” one of them told me.

I was determined to write fiction on the side and my opinions sometimes leaked into my reporting. I soon moved on but was so infected by Don and the newspaper virus that I stayed in the biz for 32 more years. I didn’t actually publish any fiction until the advent of Amazon’s CreateSpace.

Striving for objectivity in the gathering and presentation of the news may not be so common nowadays but it is of the most benefit to any community and that was the nobler game Don was always after. His thoughtful memoir is well worth your time and money. And may G-d comfort him for the loss of his wife and three children.

The blue-collar jobs bloom

Pedo Biden, Crazy Bernie and other Dims claim Trump’s promises to the working class were a fraud. Backed by the Mediacrats, of course. The data show otherwise.

“The data show that the economy created 1.2 million goods-producing jobs since Trump took office. That’s more than twice as many as were created in Obama’s last 27 months in office (455,000).”

There’s more.