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Our Broken liar-nObama Military 
Can’t Even Manage to Toss Out Traitors
by Kurt Schlichter

Opinion in Brief

Ben Shapiro: “This week, an evil human being murdered nearly 60 Americans and wounded more than 500 others in Las Vegas. … But there was heroism, too. … It took hundreds of heroes to save hundreds of people; it took one evil man to wound and kill that many. On the one hand, it is impossible not to lament the extent of evil: A man attacking those who harmed him in no way, possibly gleefully murdering people attending a concert, makes us wonder at the rot that can infect the human heart. But on the other hand, in each incident of horror we must remember how much the good outweighed the evil. Were there hundreds of people like Stephen Paddock, thousands would have died; were there only one person attempting to stop the impact of Paddock’s evil, thousands would have died. All of which means that as we mourn the victims in Las Vegas, we must also celebrate the heroes. We should see the incident as proof of just how much light infuses America from its citizens — how many normal people run to help each other when evil strikes, when darkness threatens to divide us. So long as that light continues to unite us, America will emerge ready, as always, to fight that darkness.”  ~The Patriot Post

Trump Officials Back Citizenship For DACA
Illegals, Now Silent On Rewarding Their Parents
{} ~ President Trump’s promise that he would end DACA on day one is steadily morphing into an amnesty in year one... Once we were threatened by a determined and devious Democrat in the White House who would be, at least on the theatrical level, opposed by most who claim to be conservatives in Congress. Now we have one of our own, the guy who promised to be the champion of the American people on this issue, offering to make a deal with the enemy, in favor of the invaders, forgetting the spirit of his promise altogether...
Glazov Gang: Ex-Muslim 
Issues Dire Warning to America

by Truth Revolt
{} ~ On this new special edition of The Glazov Gang, we are running a stirring speech that our very own Anni Cyrus recently delivered in Neosho, Missouri... Anni issued A Dire Warning to America, shining a disturbing light on the taboo truth about Islam.
Why Trump’s Appeals Court 
Nominees Are Backed Up in the Senate
by Elizabeth Slattery 
{} ~ President Donald Trump’s nominations for judgeships on federal courts have been excellent so far, and his just-announced nominees to fill four appeals court vacancies in Texas and Louisiana are no exception... The four are among a slate of new judicial nominations rolled out Thursday by the president as he makes steady progress toward filling more than 160 current and future vacancies on the federal courts. Part of the problem is the Senate Judiciary Committee’s policy, known as “blue slips,” which asks the two senators from a nominee’s home state for their opinion before the committee holds a hearing or further evaluates the nominee...Wonder why the judges in the Supreme Court are not saying anything about the delates.
President Trump: ‘We’ll Be Talking About Gun Laws’
by AWR Hawkins
{} ~ According to the Washington Times, Trump praised the police response to the attack, saying on Tuesday the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police did an “incredible job.”... He added, “How quickly the police department was able to get in was really very much of a miracle. They’ve done an amazing job.” But after praising the police, Trump made clear a discussion on gun laws is coming: During an October 2 press briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders expressed the same sentiment. While dismissing calls to discuss gun control during the briefing, Sanders suggested there will be a time to look at gun policies...
Failed GOP Leadership
by Todd Johnson:  Following the recent failure of the Republican Party to even bring a cogent bill to the Senate floor to repeal liar-nObamaCare, it’s time to admit that the GOP is at an inflection point unlike any other seen in recent years. The caterwauling by the Republican leadership, specifically Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan, is leaving many right-leaning and independent voters with a sense of ennui and is putting the party of Lincoln and Reagan at serious risk of losing its majorities in both houses of Congress in 2018.

          While some prominent conservative pundits and commentators would like to put the dire situation facing the Republican Party squarely at the feet of President Donald Trump or Washington, DC dysfunction, they would be better served by directing their ire at McConnell and Ryan. The senator from Kentucky and the congressman from Wisconsin have failed bitterly in their critical legislative roles and their inability to work together to pass even one piece of significant legislation over the last 256 days is political malpractice.
          There is no doubt that McConnell and Ryan have tried to steer their respective delegations but it’s obvious to even the casual observer of American politics that they don’t have the prerequisite skill sets to lead the Republican phalanx going forward. Both have shown an inability to adapt and change to the new dynamics of legislating in the 21st century, primarily because they have served in Congress for so many years, (McConnell since 1985 and Ryan since 1999) and both are fully ensconced members of the GOP establishment.
          McConnell’s and Ryan’s lackluster leadership styles have also exacerbated the tension that currently permeates the Republican Party.
          Roy Moore’s triumph in Alabama’s Republican primary runoff last week and Trump’s win last November are two major examples of significant body blows to the Republican establishment, which the Senate majority leader and speaker of the House personify.
          Moore’s surprising margin of victory was especially noteworthy since his campaign was able to overcome an opponent who received millions of dollars from a political action committee known for its strong relationship with McConnell.
          It’s no secret that the GOP is performing well at the local and state levels but it is barely functioning on Capitol Hill and much of the blame needs to be directed at the current leadership.
          McConnell and Ryan are the proverbial dogs who caught the car and didn’t know what to do when they caught it. Their vociferous opposition to liar-nObamaCare for the last seven years was a mantra for the Republican Party, yet neither could deliver the votes when put in a position to make something to happen. So, what will the repercussions be going forward?
          It’s now only one year before the 2018 congressional elections and it’s a political fact of life that milestone legislation is not usually passed in the months prior to voters going to the ballot box. Which is why the last nine months have been so frustrating for so many Republicans.
          Many feel betrayed and it has become clear that the current path being blazed by McConnell and Ryan is no longer tenable.
          Yet McConnell and Ryan will remain in their posts for the foreseeable future and the Republican brand will continue to suffer in the process. Establishment candidates backed by the dysfunctional duo will face primary challengers and millions of dollars will be spent during these contests, which will resemble circular firing squads and enhance the Democrats’ chances of taking one, if not both, houses of Congress.
          The Republican Party is on the precipice of suffering some serious long-term damage if it continues to follow its current path, and if something isn’t done soon to mitigate the circumstances, it could be a very rocky 2018 election season.  ~The Patriot Post

Our Broken liar-nObama Military 
Can’t Even Manage to Toss Out Traitors

by Kurt Schlichter
{} ~ After nearly a decade under President Faily McWorsethancarter, can our military win a fight with North Korea? Because if it is unable to perform the basic task of ensuring that the people commissioned to lead our troops in the defense of the United States are actually loyal to the United States, how the hell can we reasonably expect it to be able to conduct high-intensity combat operations against a Nork Army that prioritizes fighting over political correctness?

We can’t.

I don’t enjoy saying that – it gives me no pleasure to have to wonder whether the Army I served in both in active and reserve status for close to 28 years is broken. And it’s not just the Army. The Marines and the Special Ops community, well, they seem to be holding on to the standards the rest have forgotten, but the Navy and the Air Force – they’re broken too. Our military – in terms of strategy, equipment, and leadership, is in crisis. American troops will die if we don’t fix it.

Hell, they already have.

We have a Navy that can’t even sail its few remaining ships without running into giant cargo vessels. I come from a Navy family. You should call my dad, the retired lieutenant commander, and ask him what he thinks about the Navy’s current level of seamanship. It will not be a happy chat.

It is, in fact, a disgrace. Our sailors, the precious young men and women we commissioned officers are charged with leading and protecting, are dying because our officer corps tolerates incompetence. One collision is an accident. Two is a lifestyle.
And yeah, they’ve fired some admirals, and that’s a good start, but the problem is a cultural rot, not just one ‘ed-up command. The Navy focused on things besides its mission – “to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas” – and in the last few months that misplaced focus has killed 17 sailors and taken two major vessels out of action in the Western Pacific at the very moment we are on the edge of war.

Did you know several senior Navy officers are being or have been charged for corruption? Corruption. Graft. Bribes. Hookers. Senior leaders, and they’re scumbugs – criminal scumbags. But hey, the Army has its problems too. General Petraeus…sheesh, what a punch in the gut it was to see him use the Army values as a latrine. Then there was the 82nd Airborne general court martialed for using his billet to build himself a sex harem. And how about the colonel who played games with contracts and ditched his wife to marry an Iraqi chick – the Army was so upset he got a reprimand and to keep his pension. No jail time.
Let me say that again. No jail time. Yeah, that would totally have happened to a sergeant who did the same thing, according to several high-ranking unicorns in the Judge Advocate Office.

Want to know what generals and admirals don’t get in trouble for? Failing to win wars.

The military senior leadership has turned into a fraternity, where they cover up for each other and make sure everyone graduates with a gentleman’s “C”. And it’s not even a fun fraternity – the senior leadership is painfully politically correct, parroting all the right buzzwords and receive wisdom of our failed ruling caste. Many of these people are courageous on the battlefield – they’ll happily charge a Taliban warrior wielding an AK-47. But they quake in their boots back home in the face of an enemy they don’t understand and that can destroy their careers – the Social Justice Warrior. That’s why you don’t see them saying what every damn one of them knows is true – that women, despite their heart and commitment, are a net liability in ground combat units, that trans troops are an expensive distraction and damaging to morale, and that the insane focus on “diversity” programs sucks up priceless training time and fuels, rather than quells, discord in the ranks.
But they don’t dare object. That’d be risky. And these are the senior leaders who we will allow to lead our sons and daughters in battle if Korea goes hot. How’s your confidence level?

And we have now reached the pinnacle of the military’s moral bankruptcy with the revelation that one Second Lieutenant Spenser Rapone is a communist. Not like a wannabe communist, not like a routine college-years liberal dummy, but a full-on, dictatorship-of-the-proletariat communist.

While at West Point.

Yeah, and the Academy knew. The chain of command knew what this guy was, because he told them Army alumni have done the job the MSM, which probably sympathizes with this idiot, has failed to do, digging up plenty about him and putting it out on social media. But the Academy let this creep slide through anyway. They let a guy who unequivocally stated his hatred for this country get a security clearance. Sound familiar? The Air Force’s Worst Airperson of the Century Reality Winner, anyone? Then they gave Rapone a commission as a United States Army officer. And they did it knowing who he was, because in the leftist-loving environment liar-nObama created, they were terrified to throw the bum out on his Marx. Hell, he felt comfortable enough to post this all on social media, and the Army chain of command didn’t act until we outside the military made a stink and it had to do something.
You’ve seen the photo of this disgrace wearing a Che t-shirt under his uniform and showing it off. Question: Who took the photo? He was with other cadets so some other cadet saw it and did nothing – doesn’t West Point have an honor code, or is honor now a microaggression? Imagine how interested CNN and the Democrats would suddenly be if his undergarment icon was Hitler, or even Robert E. Lee, instead of the racist, gay-murdering dorm room darling of the campus commies.

“But, he has a right to express his…”

No, he doesn’t.

A United States officer cannot be a communist, or a Nazi, or a jihadist. These vile allegiances are incompatible with military service, and we are under no moral obligation to enter into a suicide pact by letting these vermin into our officer corps. Haven’t enough people died, like at Fort Hood, because the chain of command was too cowardly to risk getting called jihadiphobic to get rid of an insider threat?

Apparently not. Well, we’re not obligated to keep this America-hating cretin in either.

There’s an investigation going on to gather evidence to see if charges are warranted. If charges are filed, 2LT Rapone will get the due process rights punks like him would deny to others – including due process rights Democrats would deny college students accused of sex abuse.

Here’s what Colonel Schlichter would have done – actually, I would have dropped him into the bowl long before now and flushed, but let’s assume I got one of those 3 a.m. phone calls that begins “Sir, there’s been an incident…”

First, I’d call that little rat into my office, state that information has come to my attention that has caused me to lose confidence in his ability to lead, and temporarily relieve him of his post. I would assign him to a position that does not require him to supervise enlisted soldiers or interact with NCOs. After his social media posts attacking non-commissioned officers, the backbone of the Army, that would be me doing Millennial Neidermeyer a favor.

Suitable jobs for him as the investigation is underway would include “Deputy Officer-in-Charge, Volleyball Distribution” or “Assistant Combat Boot Warehouse Inventory Counting Operations Officer.”

Next, I would call my S-2 (intel) officer in and tell him to pull Rapone’s security clearance. From that moment on, the closest thing to classified material he’d get would be the brigade Christmas Secret Santa exchange I’d ensure he got assigned to the Command Sergeant Major because I’m kind of evil.

Oh, and I’d order this moron, in writing, not to use social media, and specifically, not to access, delete, change, close, alter, remove or in any way change any of his social media accounts. Sadly, it appears some of his accounts are now locked, indicating that the Army probably did not think to do this to preserve evidence. I hope they got CID to get a warrant and grab his electronics; I doubt they did that either.

If what appears true is true, Soon-To-Be Mr. Rapone needs to do time before he’s booted – you can’t have LTs posting obscenities about the SecDef and let that slide and still have a disciplined Army. But the real story isn’t this one loser. It’s not even the other losers who knew what he was and said and did nothing. It’s the chain of command.

We need to know exactly what the faculty and staff at West Point knew about Comrade Cadet Rapone’s treachery. If they did know – and I bet we will find out that he was counseled in writing about it – every officer from his first line supervisor to the USMA Superintendent must be relieved and reprimanded. West Point is supposed to be the heart of the Army, but we may find that, after the pernicious influence of liar-nObama and his ilk, it won’t even take its own side in a fight.

This is a symptom of a bigger disease. The Army, and the military in general, has lost its way. Fortunately, we have a president who actually loves America and a Secretary of Defense who is a warrior. They need to set the standard and make examples – you get more of what’s rewarded, less of what’s punished. Let’s reward leadership, not careerism. Let’s demand moral courage, and not tolerate careerist cowardice. The lives of our troops, and our country’s survival depends on it.

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Congressman Calls Trump ‘Psychopath’
For Saying Out Loud What Rational-Minded Americans
Are Thinking About FBI

Democrats have become so unhinged over their hatred for President Donald Trump that they think nothing of calling the commander in chief a “psychopath.”

Case in point, U.S. Rep. Ruben Gallego, D-Ariz., who took great exception to Trump saying out loud what most rational minded Americans are already thinking when it comes to the FBI.

The president took to Twitter on Saturday to state the obvious, that it’s unacceptable that the FBI failed to follow up on a credible tip about the Parkland, Fla., high school gunman who killed 17 people, and that the bureau has been too distracted in “trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign.”

“Very sad that the FBI missed all of the many signals sent out by the Florida school shooter. This is not acceptable. They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign – there is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud!,” Trump tweeted. 
Donald J. Trump Very sad that the FBI missed all of the many signals sent out by the Florida school shooter. This is not acceptable. They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign - there is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud! 

 The FBI released a statement acknowledging that protocols were not followed when the tip that may have saved 17 lives was recieved.

“On January 5, 2018, a person close to Nikolas Cruz contacted the FBI’s Public Access Line (PAL) tipline to report concerns about him,” the bureau said in a statement. “The caller provided information about Cruz’s gun ownership, desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts, as well as the potential of him conducting a school shooting.”

As for the “signals” the president referenced, the killer could not have screamed his intentions any louder than he did in the weeks leading up to last week’s shooting.

But this proved to be inconsequential to Congressman Gallego, an Iraq War veteran who responded to the president’s post by declaring “America will regret the day you were ever born.”

“You are such a psychopath that you have to make even the death of 17 children about you. America will regret the day you were ever born,” he tweeted. 

You are such a psychopath that you have to make even the death of 17 children about you. America will regret the day you were ever born.

Gallego, who announced in 2016 he was divorcing his wife while she was pregnant with their first child, criticized Trump is a second tweet for commenting on a news conference held by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who said that no Americans had knowledge of the efforts of 13 Russian nationals indicted last week for allegedly meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

The lawmaker noted that “children are being buried today.”

Of course, that didn’t stop the hypocrite from tweeting his support for pro-abortion Democratic women running for office on the same day “children are being buried.”


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