• Does Privilege Theory Boost South Africa-Style Confiscation In The US?

    Does Privilege Theory Boost South Africa-Style Confiscation In The US?

    The South African parliament is considering an amendment to their constitution to allow for “expropriation without compensation” of private property for the purpose of “land reform.” Although apartheid ended in the early 1990s, most South African farmland is still owned by whites, and many in South Africa see land reform as a necessary remedy for past injustices committed by white colonists of Anglo and Dutch origin.

    While many pundits have been quarreling over whether 74 farm murders last year constitute “white genocide” (the case is weak at best, given the lack of data), the actual policy debate in the country is deeply disturbing on its own, and shows, regardless of what you think about the farm murders, that racial Marxism threatens to bring an economic and human rights disaster upon South Africa. READ MORE...

  • Google Rigging Search Results Is A Fact

    Google Rigging Search Results Is A Fact

    If President Trump were to tweet that the sky is a blue, a thousand fact checks would claim that it’s really mauve.

    That’s about the level that the media explainers and fact checkers are descending when they attack President Trump’s assertion that Google rigs its search results. While the question of whether (or to what extent) Google rigs results for political reasons can be debated, the fact that Google’s search results are manipulated isn’t.

    A little history.

    Google’s search engine is complete garbage. Take away the bells and whistles and its results are worse than you would expect from a search engine in 2004. Even though Google derives much of its cash flow from search and maintains an almost total monopoly on it. READ MORE...

  • Framing Ted Stevens Was The Deep State’s Trial Run For Framing Trump

    Framing Ted Stevens Was The Deep State’s Trial Run For Framing Trump

    If one wonders how Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation employees like Bruce Ohr and Peter Strzok felt such impunity while actively meddling with the 2016 presidential election, one need look no further than the legacy of DoJ’s meddling in the Alaska Senate election of 2008.

    According to the government’s theory of the case, Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens underpaid for renovations on his cabin in a scheme to accept a non-cash bribe from a foreman for his contractor named Rocky Williams. During the mock cross-examination, the prosecution became alarmed when Williams was easily led into adopting the defense’s theory of the case. Both the prosecution and the defense had Williams under subpoena. This would not do. READ MORE...

  • Designated Terror Group CAIR Sues FBI, Customs & Border Protection To Stop Counter-Terror Initiatives

    Designated Terror Group CAIR Sues FBI, Customs & Border Protection To Stop Counter-Terror Initiatives

    “CAIR’s challenge comes months after an annual report on the status of civil rights for Muslims in the United States, which found more Islamophobic episodes were instigated by federal agencies than either hate groups or individual bigots.”

    The idea that the FBI, as cowed, clueless, and compromised as it is, is riddled with “Islamophobia” is absurd beyond measure.

    This lawsuit is a clear attempt to hamstring and destroy even the feeble counterterror efforts that the FBI is pursuing today, which will have the effect of clearing away still more obstacles in the way of the advancing jihad. READ MORE...

  • How Louisiana Stood Up to the Anti-Gun Corporate Elite

    How Louisiana Stood Up to the Anti-Gun Corporate Elite

    The state of Louisiana recently held some members of the corporate social police accountable for discriminating against law-abiding Americans.

    By a vote of 7-6, the State Bond Commission excluded Citigroup and Bank of America from the running for a lucrative state contract. Our reason for doing so: these corporations had introduced bank policies that restrict legal access to firearms and bank misrepresentations on those policies.

    While our governor and his allies sided with these anti-gun corporations, conservatives stood together to protect the Second Amendment rights of Louisiana citizens. READ MORE...

  • If You Buy Abortion Supporters’ Logic, You Also Have To Support Slavery

    If You Buy Abortion Supporters’ Logic, You Also Have To Support Slavery

    With President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court vacancy created by Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, Roe v. Wade may be at long last on its way to the trash-heap of constitutional history. The only real question is whether it meets a swift execution or death by a thousand cuts. It is, therefore, worth revisiting a debate that the Supreme Court appears ready to correct for at least a generation.

    Proponents of legalized abortion often define their position in terms of a woman’s right to choose. In its simplest form, this position argues that every person has the right to choose how he would like to live and that, with some exceptions for the sake of law and order, government should not be able to tell people differently. Most other positions on this side, from bodily autonomy to demands for exclusively female opinions on abortions, stem from the basic belief that humans have the right to dictate the terms of their own lives. READ MORE...

  • Rep. Matt Gaetz: ‘Inconsistencies’ Appear Between Testimonies of Bruce Ohr, Glenn Simpson & Lisa Page

    Rep. Matt Gaetz: ‘Inconsistencies’ Appear Between Testimonies of Bruce Ohr, Glenn Simpson & Lisa Page

    Although Bruce Ohr testified before Congress behind closed doors on Tuesday, Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and Darrell Issa (R-CA) spoke to reporters during session breaks and provided some clues to his testimony.

    Gaetz told reporters “either Bruce Ohr is lying or Glenn Simpson is lying and, in another circumstance, it’s either Bruce Ohr is lying or Lisa Page is lying.”

    When Issa was asked about the inconsistencies referred to earlier by his colleague, he said:

    “It is significant. There’s also some ambiguity between Ohr and Lisa Page. And there’s no question at all. We’re going to have to go back through the loop to find out which one of them is willing to change their story or face perjury.” READ MORE...

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