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Filling The Swamp 
by Judge Andrew Napolitano
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John Ratcliffe Discusses Strzok and Page Testimony
by sundance
{ theconservativetreehouse.com } ~ Representative John Ratcliffe appears on Sunday Morning with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the Thursday testimony of FBI Agent Peter Strzok... and the Friday testimony of DOJ/FBI Attorney Lisa Page she is also returning Monday. Interestingly, Rep Ratcliffe notes that he and Trey Gowdy questioned Lisa Page for two of the five hours during her Friday deposition.
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Mitch McConnell Finds His Spine: ‘I Will Not Be Intimidated’ 
By ‘Socialists Who Apparently Prefer Open Borders’ 
by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
{ trevorloudon.com } ~ Well, well, well… uber-RINO Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) may not be a total waste after all... He may be playing footsies with Chinese communists, but he seems to have grown a spine when it comes to American socialists. Who knew? McConnell said yesterday that he will not be intimidated by protesters who confront him calling for the abolition of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He’s been harassed at two restaurants in Kentucky and at least one event in Washington, D.C. As he was leaving one establishment in Kentucky last weekend, a demonstrator shouted “Abolish ICE!” at him and the protesters surrounded McConnell like a bunch of jackals. He was also confronted as well at Georgetown, where his tiny little wife, Elaine Chao, let the attackers have it good. These are Mexican Marxists and members of dummycrats-Democratic Socialists of America i.e. communists who are hassling other Republicans over the Trump administration’s immigration policies. A number of high profile dummycrats-Democrats have called for abolishing ICE, including the newest and loudest millennial socialist voice… commie-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from New York. McConnell dismissed their demands for “open borders” and said it is worrisome that some dummycrats-Democratic senators would entertain the notion. It’s predictable as the day is long senator. “Let’s understand what they are suggesting here: Getting rid of ICE, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and having no one at all patrol the borders,” he said at a press conference. “What I worry about is that that point of view seems to be moving into the United States Senate.” It isn’t ‘moving into’ the Senate, it’s already there. McConnell went on to name Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Elizabeth dinky-Warren (D-MA) and Kamala Harris (D-CA) as “credibledummycrats-Democratic United States senators” taking this line. Somebody’s earned a cookie...
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 IDF deploys Iron Dome in central Israel
by ANNA AHRONHEIM
{ jpost.com } ~ The IDF deployed Iron Dome missile defense batteries across central Israel and reinforced the batteries in the south of the country... the military announced Sunday evening.  The move, which also saw a limited reserve call-up to boost manpower in the Aerial Defense Division was made following a situational assessment, the IDF said. The decision came amid heightened tensions in the south. On Sunday, the Israeli Air Force struck three cells of Palestinian terrorists who launched incendiary balloons towards Israel from the northern and central Gaza Strip. Palestinian media reported that the strikes were carried out by drones, two near Beit Hanoun in the northern part of the Hamas-run coastal enclave which wounded three men and another near Deir al-Balah...
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Former KGB Agent Explains The Brainwashing Of America 
by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
{ trevorloudon.com } ~ “Marxist-Leninism ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students without being challenged... or counter balanced by the basic values of Americanism.” This is history we must learn from or perish as Americans. Our freedoms, fought, bled and died for, are literally on the line here.
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Will liar-Hillary persist in 2020? Her actions suggest ‘yes’ 
by Lauren DeBellis Appell
{ foxnews.com } ~ There’s been buzz circulating lately that liar-Hillary Clinton may still have her eye on the Oval Office... and is considering stepping back in the ring to take another shot at the 2020 dummycrats-Democrat presidential nomination. Because quitters never win, or something. On its face, it sounds like pure insanity. However, she’s spent the last year and a half fixated on the 2016 election, traveling all over and telling anyone who will listen why it’s not her fault she lost. She even went so far as to write a book, “What Happened.” Her publisher could have saved a few trees and sent her a two-word email - you lost. Perhaps the basket of excuses she’s been carrying around is really her misguided attempt at trying to rehab her image and set the stage for round three in 2020. When you think about it that way, the idea she’d actually run again sounds less like pure insanity and starts to sound absurdly believable...Luck her up.
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France: A Second Jihad in the Bataclan?
by Guy Millière
{ gatestoneinstitute.org } ~ "The French Suicide" "Le suicide français" is a book published by the author Éric Zemmour in October 2014... Just one year later, on November 13, 2015 in Paris, a horror took place at the Bataclan Theater, when three terrorists fired into the crowd during a concert, murdered 130 people, and injured 413. Some of the victims had been tortured. The French population reacted as usual: shock and horror quickly gave way to resignation and submission. Flowers, candles and teddy bears were placed at the scene of the attacks. The government promised to act, but did almost nothing. A ceremony was organized that ended with a song that said, "When All You Have is Love". A parliamentary commission of inquiry drafted a report. Military forces, deployed in the streets before the attacks, were reinforced. A climate of resignation and submission reigned...
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Filling The Swamp 
by Judge Andrew Napolitano

{ townhall.com } ~ When Donald Trump started running for the Republican nomination for president in June 2015, he began by attacking the Republican establishment in Washington, and he began his attack by calling the establishment "the swamp."

His real target was the permanent government and its enablers in the legal, financial, diplomatic and intelligence communities in Washington. These entities hover around power centers no matter which party is in power.

Beneath the swamp, Trump argued, lies the deep state. This is a loose collection of career government officials who operate outside ordinary legal and constitutional frameworks and use the levers of government power to favor their own, affect public policy and stay in power. Though I did not vote for Trump -- I voted for the Libertarian candidate -- a part of me rejoiced at his election because I accepted his often repeated words that he would be a stumbling block to the deep state and he'd drain the swamp.

On Monday night, he rewarded the swamp denizens and deep state outliers by nominating one of their own to the Supreme Court.

Here is the back story.

The late Justice Antonin Scalia -- my friend during the final 10 years of his life -- and his neighbor and colleague Justice Anthony Kennedy often remarked to each other during the liar-nObama years that each would like to leave the Supreme Court upon the election of a Republican president. Scalia's untimely death in February 2016 denied him that choice, but Kennedy bided his time.

When Trump was elected president, Kennedy told friends that he needed to await Trump's nominee to replace Scalia to gauge whether the judicially untested Trump could be counted upon to choose a nominee of Kennedy's liking and Scalia's standing.

Trump knew Kennedy's thinking, and that guided him in choosing Neil Gorsuch for Scalia's seat. Gorsuch believes in the primacy of the individual and natural rights and is generally skeptical of government regulators. He is also a former Kennedy clerk.

So the Gorsuch selection was intended to serve two purposes. The first was to pick a Scalia-like thinker for the court as candidate Trump had promised, and the second was to give Kennedy a comfort level so he could retire and give President Trump a second nominee. It worked.

When Kennedy paid an unprecedented visit to the Oval Office two weeks ago, ostensibly to tell the president of his intention to retire, he also had a secret purpose -- to recommend his replacement. The announcement of Kennedy's departure began a firestorm of lobbying in behalf of four people from a list of 25 potential nominees that Trump had published when searching for Scalia's replacement.

The idea of a published list is novel. But it cemented loyalty from conservatives to Trump, who, of course, had no track record in evaluating or appointing judicial nominees. The standards used to put names on the list involved examining academic credentials and published works and, with the exception of one person, requiring judicial experience with a traditionalist bent, even if brief.

Social and religious conservatives pushed the president to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a fiercely Catholic mother of seven and former Notre Dame Law School professor who is a known opponent of abortion. Intellectual conservatives pushed for Judge Raymond Kethledge, a philosopher like Justice Gorsuch who believes in the primacy of the individual and who recognizes natural rights. The president's sister Judge Maryanne Trump Barry had her brother convinced that her colleague Judge Thomas Hardiman, a blue-collar diamond-in-the-rough conservative, would fulfill his promise to his base.

But at the last minute, a gaggle of Washington lawyers and lobbyists -- called the establishment when you agree with them and the swamp when you don't -- persuaded the president to reject his commitment to his sister and nominate Judge Brett Kavanaugh. He is the man Justice Kennedy had asked the president to nominate and is another former Kennedy clerk.

The suspense over all this was palpable earlier this week. The showman in the president beat a drum so effectively last weekend that we all watched with excited pulse rates on Monday night. I was and remain extremely disappointed. Donald Trump -- whatever you think of him as a president -- has been utterly faithful to his campaign promises in foreign and domestic policy. Until now.

Now he has given us a nominee to the highest court in the land who typifies the culture he railed against when he claimed he'd drain the swamp. This man and this culture accept cutting holes in the Fourth Amendment because they don't believe that it should protect privacy. This man and this culture accept unlimited spying on innocent Americans by the National Security Agency because they don't believe that the NSA is subject to the Constitution.

This man and this culture even looked the other way in the face of deep state shenanigans against President Trump himself. This man and this culture accept the federal regulation of health care and its command that everyone buy health insurance, called liar-nObamacare. This man and this culture embrace the Nixonian mantra that if the president does it, it is not illegal.

What happened here?

The Kavanaugh nomination is not a question of his qualifications; it is a question of his values. It is dangerous for judges to embrace values that diminish personal freedom rather than expand it. When they do that, they reveal their view that freedom comes from the government, not from within us. Thomas Jefferson and all the Founding Fathers profoundly rejected the government-as-source-of-freedom argument, but Judge Kavanaugh accepts it.

Jefferson once remarked that unless you pick someone's pocket or break someone's leg, no one should care how you exercise your freedom or pursue happiness. I wish the president had nominated a person who believes that, as well. But he didn't.

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JAIL: Trump ‘May Not Even Be A Free Person’ By The 2020 Election

Sunday at a campaign organizing event in Cedar Rapids, IA, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) suggested President Donald Trump could be in prison before the 2020 presidential election.

Warren said, “Here’s what bothers me, by the time we get to 2020, Donald Trump may not even be president.”

She added, “In fact, he may not even be a free person. But here’s how I see it: Donald Trump is not the only problem we’ve got. Donald Trump is the symptom of a badly broken system.”

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