• Muslim Rapes THREE Women In The SAME Day, The Judge Gives Him Bail And Then He Goes Out And Tries To Rape Another Woman


    Thankfully, he is out of society now, but it took three rapes and one attempted rape for the courts to finally stop him. Not only that, but this same man attempted his fourth rape while he was on bail. This shows how little he cares about his crimes or for his society.

    We saw the rape epidemic begin last year in Europe with the “refugee” invasion prompted by German Chancellor Merkel. Some places, such as Malmo, Sweden, are already predominately Muslim and known for being centers of rape and sexual assault against non-Muslim women. Expect things to get worse all across Western Europe before they get better. READ MORE...

  • Dump Our Double-Dealing, Thuggish 'Allies'


    It is questionable enough for the United States to maintain its network of alliances in a world without a superpower threat to its security. Indeed, one could argue that even during the Cold War, the United States was the most secure great power in history. How many other great powers ever enjoyed the luxury of two oceanic moats on its flanks and nothing more than weak and friendly neighbors on its other borders? Most confronted geostrategic situations that did not even faintly resemble such a benign environment. Moreover, although the Soviet Union was a credible military challenger, in the end, it proved to be a much weaker and more fragile great power than the image that members of America’s national-security bureaucracy had created. READ MORE...

  • Conservatism After Trump


    David Brooks says that he’s not taking Donald Trump’s march to the nomination lying down. He confesses that he has spent too much time inside bourgeois circles, talking to people like himself, and hasn’t spent enough time out with the kind of people who respond to Trump’s message. A lot of people don’t like David Brooks (I am not one of them; I’m very fond of him), but you have to give the man credit: it’s very hard to find another prominent columnist at his level who will admit he was wrong, especially in that way, and who vows to get out of his office and into the country to see what’s going on. READ MORE...

  • Will we take the opportunity to wipe out liver cancer?


    Last week, the American College of Physicians (ACP), a group representing 143,000 internal medicine doctors, joined the chorus of politicians, payers and patients decrying rising pharmaceutical costs. The ACP proposed a grab bag of policies that, in one form or another, will put the government in charge of setting drug prices and directing which medicines patients can take. The recently released National Cancer Institute (NCI) Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer shows why ACP’s policy prescriptions are dangerously misguided. READ MORE...

  • Anti-Trump Riots Go Primal: “Demonstrators Smash Up a Squad Car, Punch a Donald Supporter”


    Those who see violence as an inevitable result of this tumultuous election cycle are being proven right.

    Last night saw hundreds of protests with Mexican flags clashing with police and attacking Donald Trump supporters in Southern California.

    Chances are that we haven’t seen anything yet…

    As the Daily Mail reports:

    Protesters clash with cops at California Trump rally: Hundreds of Mexican flag-waving demonstrators smash up a squad car, punch a Donald supporter and scuffle with riot police amid angry scenes READ MORE...

  • Donald Trump Offers Foreign Policy Vision: Contradictory, but Still Best of a Bad Lot


    Yesterday Donald Trump offered his foreign policy vision. It was the sort of mishmash one might expect, given what he’s said on the stump. He seemed to be starting the traditional march toward the center for November, but he is no Neoconservative and broke with pro-war Republican orthodoxy in important ways.

    Trump’s views suggest the good, the bad and the ugly. Thankfully not as ugly as the positions taken by most of the Republican Party presidential contenders and congressional leaders as well as Democrat Hillary Clinton. Nor as bad as policies implemented by President Barack Obama over the last seven years. But not as good as the provocative thinking of Rand and especially Ron Paul. READ MORE...

  • Donald Trump Offers Foreign Policy Vision: Contradictory, but Still Best of a Bad Lot


    Yesterday Donald Trump offered his foreign policy vision. It was the sort of mishmash one might expect, given what he’s said on the stump. He seemed to be starting the traditional march toward the center for November, but he is no Neoconservative and broke with pro-war Republican orthodoxy in important ways.

    Trump’s views suggest the good, the bad and the ugly. Thankfully not as ugly as the positions taken by most of the Republican Party presidential contenders and congressional leaders as well as Democrat Hillary Clinton. Nor as bad as policies implemented by President Barack Obama over the last seven years. But not as good as the provocative thinking of Rand and especially Ron Paul. READ MORE...