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Debt and Taxes and Perdition
by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
Abusive Conyers Attended A Meeting 
In His Undies – Respected Lawyer Is Talking
{} ~ The fact that John Conyers is not only still “serving” in the position of a United States Congressman but also, given his increasingly exposed history..employed in that capacity longer than anyone else is an indictment not only of him but of Congress as a whole. A female lawyer who previously worked for Conyers and later went on to oversee an ethics watchdog group has now come forward. Melanie Sloan confirmed to the Detroit Free Press that she was the subject of various kinds of abuse while working for Conyers. Hypocrite Democrats love to lecture others as they embrace and practice selective and intermittent dignity as the standard for those they interact with themselves. While Sloan maintains that none of the abuse was sexual in nature, she claims the Congressman did attend a meeting wearing only his underwear. Certainly sexual implications could be drawn even if nothing overt happened and there is no disputing that it is inappropriate. She also alleges verbal abuse and excessive and rude criticism of her appearance...
Anger at Mueller burns hot on the right
{} ~ Anger at Robert Mueller is burning white-hot on the right and in conservative media... where calls for the special counsel to recuse himself from the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election have reached a fever pitch. President Trump has largely held his fire on Mueller, even as the probe into his campaign officials has intensified. White House lawyers are hopeful that the investigation will end soon and absolve the president and his inner circle of wrongdoing. But the influential conservative media outlets that Trump is known to follow closely have been building an expansive case against Mueller...
VIDEO at the site.
liar-Hillary is banking on Mueller for her 2020 run
{} ~ You know me as the only lawyer ever to have had a court of law rule that a sitting president committed a crime... That ruling was made by federal judge Royce C. Lamberth, and it concerned a woman who then-President liar-Bill Clinton had sexually harassed in the Oval Office. Her name is Kathleen Willey. “Slick liar-Willy,” no relation, in his usual classless and disgusting way, committed this act of sexual aggression just days after Kathleen’s husband had died. Of course, we now know that Kathleen was not the only victim of the former president. During the liar-Clinton administration, I also represented many other women who this degenerate had sexually harassed, or with the aid of his criminal wife, liar-Hillary Clinton, threatened if they did not keep their mouth shut. They include Juanita Broaddrick, who was raped; Paula Jones, who was sexually assaulted; and Gennifer Flowers and Dolly Kyle Browning, who were threatened to be quiet about their affairs with liar-Bill...
I Got Fired For Calling Out 
Liberal Hypocrisy on liar-Clintons
by Truth Revolt
{} ~ Why was the KABC press conference about Franken’s misconduct bizarre? Only a few years earlier... the same KABC radio executive who arranged the Tweeden press conference fired me for calling out the blatant left-wing hypocrisy over allegations not just of groping but of rape. I dared insist that the allegations made against President liar-Bill Clinton by Juanita Broaddrick – who claims that she was raped by liar-Bill Clinton and that then, two weeks after the rape, liar-Hillary Clinton verbally intimidated the alleged rape survivor – should have been taken seriously. “No one cares about this issue,” said the very same KABC exec now allegedly incensed over the groping allegation against Franken. As for Broaddrick, the executive screamed, she is “old news,” as were, he insisted, liar-Bill and liar-Hillary’s treatment of multiple accusers. He burst into my radio studio, with the show in progress, and literally yelled at me for pounding an “irrelevant” topic. Shortly before I got fired, the executive sent this letter to my agent...
Rep. Conyers lawyer hints he will take down
many other congressional harassers if pushed too hard
by Thomas Lifson
{} ~ We have already reached the cornered animal stage of Democrats caught up in the sexual harassment hysteria...  Is there anything more amusing than watching your enemies play a game of chicken with each other, threatening mutual assured destruction? Even better: a threat that comes written in all caps, the cyber-equivalent of shouting, hinting that "many members" could find themselves in a similarly difficult situation. Peter Hasson describes for the Daily Caller the remarkable vague threat emanating for the attorney representing John Conyers...     
Debt and Taxes and Perdition

by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
{} ~ Should the government borrow against the future? Should it guarantee higher taxes for your children and grandchildren in return for lower taxes for you?

If government's moral legitimacy depends on the consent of the governed, as Thomas Jefferson argued in the Declaration of Independence, can the federal government morally compel those who haven't consented to its financial profligacy — because they are not yet born — to pay higher taxes?

These questions are at the base of the debate — such as it is — in Congress these days over the so-called Republican tax reform plan. But you will not hear these questions even asked, much less answered, on Capitol Hill because the Republican leadership of the House and Senate is afraid that the answers might drive them from power. The same can be said for Democratic leaders when their party controls Congress.

In fact, with the exception of a few courageous senators, such as Rand Paul of Kentucky, and representatives, such as Justin Amash of Michigan and Thomas Massie of Kentucky, most in Congress in both parties think the only limit on the government's taxing power is what it can politically get away with at any given moment.

And it gets away with a great deal because vast majorities in both major political parties recognize no moral limits to the government's sordid pattern of tax, borrow and spend.

The numbers are chilling.

The federal government collects about $2.5 trillion in revenue and spends about $4 trillion, annually. The difference between what it collects and what it spends is made up in borrowing. But it doesn't borrow money as you or I do or any business does — with a planned schedule to pay back the principal it owes plus interest. Rather, it goes deeper into debt to pay its debts.

Though the federal government has been in debt since day one, when it borrowed millions to pay the debts that the states had amassed in fighting the American Revolution who knows whether the states would have formed a central government without its promise of assuming their war debts?, but from time to time, it has paid back the principal that it borrowed.

Since the presidency of Woodrow Wilson 100 years ago, however, with two then-novel revenue-generating tools — the personal income tax to produce cash and the Federal Reserve to print cash — the federal government has rolled over debt but has never retired it. Stated differently, the feds have always made timely interest payments, but when principal has come due, they have simply borrowed more money to pay the principal and of course thereby incurred more debt.

For example, the federal government still owes the $30 billion Wilson borrowed to finance the useless and fruitless World War I, but the lenders it owes it to are different from those from which it originally borrowed that money. It has paid more than $15 billion in interest on this rolled-over and still-owed $30 billion principal in the past 100 years.

No household, no business, no bank, no government can long survive by doing this.

Since Wilson began this process, all of his successors have added to it, so that the federal government's debt has swelled in 100 years from $30 billion to $20.5 trillion. Of the $4 trillion the feds spend annually, more than $850 billion of it is interest payments to its current creditors on its debts.

The Republican House tax changes — they cannot be called a "reform," because they reform nothing; they just redistribute wealth and add debt — would lower taxes for some and raise taxes for many and add $1.5 trillion in debt for all.

If the feds follow their 100-year consistent pattern, this debt will never be retired, will be rolled over hundreds of times and will cause the taxes on generations of unborn Americans — where is their consent? — to rise without benefit to them and without popular or legislative approval.

But you won't hear any of this debated in Congress because there — and in the White House, as well — we have insufficient political courage to address this problem prudently.

This is now so severe and so consistently an accepted method of operation for the federal government that one can only surmise that those who can address it today must expect that they will no longer be on earth when the bubble bursts.

The bubble, soon to consist of $1 trillion in annual federal government interest payments on $25 trillion in debt, has been characterized by no less a warrior than the current secretary of defense and by his colleague the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as the greatest contemporary threat to national security America faces — greater than Russian President Vladimir Putin, North Korea and all the terrorist crazies who wish us ill combined.

The threat is that people will stop paying taxes because nearly half of revenue will soon go to debt service and nearly half to fixed transfer payments and the productive earners will get little or nothing for their taxes. Then the government's creditors will not be paid, and the government will not be able to borrow money. Then America as we have known it will cease to exist, and individuals and groups will be on their own to protect life, liberty and property.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Call me the skunk at the garden party if you will, but we need these sober thoughts on this Thanksgiving holiday, lest the blind continue to lead us into a pit with false claims of tax reform that really are part of our government-induced march to perdition.

At some point, the bribing of the poor with welfare and the middle class with temporary tax cuts and the rich with bailouts will come crashing down — unless we change the direction of the government before it is too late.

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Foul-Mouthed Vicente Fox: Donald Trump Has
Ruined The American Dream For Non-Americans

Wasn’t that the point of his election? Foul-mouthed former Mexican President Vicente Fox attacked President Trump in a recent Newsweek op-ed.

Fox wrote that Trump has “ended the American dream for hundreds of thousands of Americans and non-Americans.”

The globalists and American left believe US presidents should put the well-being of foreigners above the well-being of American citizens.

Donald Trump rejects this belief.

The Hill reported:

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox slammed President Trump in a new op-ed Monday, claiming that Trump has killed the American dream.

“It has been more than a year since Donald Trump was elected, and since then he has tweeted more policies and complaints than any other political leader,” Fox wrote in an op-ed for Newsweek. “He has put international relations at risk and ended the American dream for hundreds of thousands of Americans and non-Americans. Is there anything he hasn’t done?”

The frequent Trump critic blasted the president for his threats on Twitter, including his recent suggestion that immigration enforcement from Mexico could become a condition in the ongoing North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations.

“Today we continue renegotiating the treaty because of good old Donald’s whims, we keep listening to him whining, and reading his conditions on Twitter; the most recent one is that the Dreamers depend on the construction of the f—ing wall,” Fox wrote.


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