We have a joke of an arrest here; Lewandowski, Trump’s campaign manager, grabbed the reporter’s arm because it appears that she was in the process of getting into Donald Trump’s face. This was a preventive measure. Any neutral observer would easily see that. To here Cruz’s rhetoric is most pathetic as he elevates the situation into absurdity.


The Justice Department, yes the department run by Loretta Lynch, another patsy of the Democrats, won’t tell you what the cost of the investigation into the Clintons’ illegal server cost, but the back of the envelope calculation yields $100,000,000. Yes folks, this is not a rounding error.

Don’t forget the Obamacare Affordable Care Act website cost Five Big ones ($5,000,000,000). We, along with another 300,000,000 Americans will be surprised if the Lying Clinton is indicted. The reasoning behind this is not conjecture, but facts. Republicans are indicted, Democrats are applauded. To tell you the truth we can’t think and our memory spans years, when a Democrat has been indicted.As we recall, 50% of the murders in Chicago do not result in an arrest. That alone makes us think that a free pass will be given to Ms.Lying Clintstonewall.

Thank the eight gullible Republicans who voted for Loretta Lynch. At election time we know what to do to them. If you need a hint, the Attorney General’s last name might provide a clue. The defeat of a too coy Virginia Congressman by the name of Eric Cantor was the last dude who shocked to death, actually met his fate on election day; those eight who voted for Lynch can expect a similar end to their political careers. Do you hear that Kelly Ayotte. 

The word from Al Jazeera, yes they are still in business, is that Hillary Clinton will be interviewed by the FBI in the very near future, so will another liar, Cheryl Mills. As we said before, our advice to the FBI, hook the Lying Clintstonewall up to a polygraph machine. An electric malfunction is in order whence the needle goes bezerk. Shocking as it may be, but a what a sight it would be watching a presidential candidate go yellow pants.


Hillary’s once invincible lead has shrunk faster than a popped balloon; now leading Bernie Sanders by a measly 6 points.  Hillary’s campaign is now beginning to acknowledge the seriousness of the issue. In a nut shell, Hillary is one step away from being indicted, the public knows this and is beginning to show distance from the Berning Clinton.  Click here for more from NBC News.


Obama appointed Loretta Lynch and the Senate confirmed her as Attorney General. However, and this is a BIG IF, did the eight Republican Senators vet her properly? We bring up this question because according to WND, the law firm she was employed by represented the Clintstones on several occasions.

Lynch was with the Washington-headquartered international law firm Hogan & Hartson LLP from March 2002 through April 2010. According to documents Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign made public in 2008, Hogan & Hartson’s New York-based partner Howard Topaz was the tax lawyer who filed income tax returns for Bill and Hillary Clinton beginning in 2004. But that is not all, the firm filed a trademark request for Denver-based MX Logic Inc., the computer software firm that developed the email encryption system used to manage Clinton’s private email server beginning in July 2013.

It becomes more serious though because Lynch was nominated n 1999, President Bill Clinton nominated Lynch for the first of her two terms as U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, a position she held until she joined Hogan & Hartson in March 2002. While there is no evidence that Lynch played a direct role either in the tax work done by the firm for the Clintons or in linking Hillary’s private email server to MX Logic, the ethics of the legal profession hold all partners jointly liable for the actions of other partners in a business.

These instances are more than enough to disqualify Lynch with the decision to charge Hillary the Liar Clintstone. One other question remains, why are the likes of Ryan and McConnell NOT blowing the horn on this one.



Not a day goes by where Christians are blown to bits, unsightly slaughtered by violent Jihadists. Contrary to what some leaders say, the Middle Eastern Christians are on the verge of extinction; hope is fa figment of their imagination. They have no choice, move or be killed. Bloody as it sounds, the reality is that it is happening under the eyes of the Christian world who either looks the other way or wishes it went away.

There is no appeasing the radical mindset of a Islamist. At first it was the Jews who pay the Dhimmi, with them gone the Islamists go after the Christians. Unless all Christians are eradicated from countries with large Muslim populations the blowing-up, targeting, harassing, killing, raping will continue. Pray for peace, but the reality is peace to us is war to them.


Attorney General Loretta Lynch has thrown down the gauntlet; free speech is not free if you don’t tow the line. Her target is to prevent ordinary Americans from expressing their opinion. In other words, Lynch is stifling freedom of speech and expression which is guaranteed under the 1st Amendment to the Constitution.

Attorney General Lynch Looks Into Prosecuting ‘Climate Change Deniers’

By Hans von Spakovsky | March 11, 2016 | 12:08 PM EST

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch

In news that should shock and anger Americans, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that not only has she discussed internally the possibility of pursuing civil actions against so-called “climate change deniers,” but she has “referred it to the FBI to consider whether or not it meets the criteria for which we could take action.”

Previous post warning America on the Loretta Lynch agenda. Please be aware of the Republican Senators that voted for here confirmation; see the list below.



Remember Obama’s blind justice department, the one that let the New Black Panther Party thugs go scott free although they were harassing voters. Well Loretta Lynch is doubling down on the bet. She will continue to be unjust when it comes to the equal application of the law. America now has two justice systems as it returns to the day of yesteryear’s Jim Crow in reverse.

With Obama pandering to his legions of parasites, America is going down in flames. Words do no stop violence, only law enforcement does. To prevent the kind of hooliganism that we have seen in Baltimore, “Shoot to kill should be the message” -this will stop a looter in his tracks serving as an example when the next brother decides to snatch some booty. This kind of law enforcement will send a loud and very clear message to the trash and burn crowd.

Loretta Lynch, the new attorney general, succeeding Eric Holder, has an agenda far worse than Holders. Her past record speaks loudly to that. But what outrageous us is that ten Senators of the Republican persuasion voted for her confirmation. Our memories are long and we shall savior the day when the true uncompromising Patriot votes the turncoats out of office.

The Senate voted 56-43 Thursday, finally, to confirm Loretta Lynch as attorney general, with eight Republicans voting to confirm her. Five had already committed themselves to support her: Republicans Orrin Hatch (UT), Jeff Flake (AZ), Lindsey Graham (SC), Mark Kirk (IL), and Susan Collins (ME).

Not too surprisingly, embattled incumbent Kirk was joined by three others who have potentially tough re-elections in 2016 in purple states: Kelly Ayotte (NH), Rob Portman (OH), and tea partier Ron Johnson (R-WI). But a couple other of the yes votes are a surprise: Thad Cochran (MS) and particularly Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the guy who made AG Lynch wait for five months for a vote.


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trumpbillboard3Trump heresies are piling up – FROM THE HILL

Donald Trump’s heretical positions on foreign policy are multiplying.

On his way to becoming the Republican Party’s presidential front-runner, Trump has broken with party orthodoxy on several global affairs issues, most recently casting doubt on the usefulness of NATO and suggesting that the U.S. should consider halting oil purchases from Saudi Arabia until the long-time ally helps with combat operations against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

“Definitely it’s calling into question a lot of basic assumptions that have prevailed since World War II, and it’s shocked a lot of people,” said Arthur Herman, a historian and senior fellow at the Hudson Institute.This week, the billionaire real estate mogul doubled down on statements that NATO is “obsolete.” Those remarks came in the wake of a terror attack in the treaty organization’s home city of Brussels.

Last year, Trump said that the U.S.’s alliance with Japan “doesn’t sound so fair,” since “we have to go to their defense and start World War III” if Japan is attacked, but “Japan doesn’t have to help us.”

In South Korea, where thousands of American troops have been stationed for decades, “we get practically nothing compared to the cost of this,” Trump has said.

“We have 25,000 soldiers over there protecting them. They don’t pay us. Why don’t they pay us?”

Taken together, Trump’s comments about foreign policy often hinge on the idea that the U.S. should withdraw from much of the world and negotiate a “better deal” before reengaging. In addition to casting doubts on alliances, he has also been a prominent opponent of the 12-nation Pacific Rim trade deal.

“At the basis is this sense that we’ve been suckered by the world,” said Kathleen Hicks, director of the international security program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Hicks said the arrangements that Trump decries are beneficial to the United States.

“We are on the good end of the deal when it comes to why do we have alliances. Sure, we like to help other countries, but it’s for entirely selfish reasons,” she told The Hill.

“Why do we have military bases in Asia? We have used military bases in Asia because we want to be able to deal with threats far from our shores rather than close to our shores,” she added. “That’s smart and it’s actually a lot cheaper.”

Trump’s willingness to go against the grain goes beyond the troop arrangements with other nations, with his positions defying easy categorization.

Adopting a stance often associated with the far left, Trump has said that former President George W. Bush “lied” about the rationale for invading Iraq.

But taking a stance that liberals and some military professionals abhor, Trump has called for the return of harsh interrogations against terrorists, including waterboarding and “a hell of a lot worse.”

When Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) appeared to equivocate about use of waterboarding earlier this year, Trump called him a “pussy.”

This month, Trump sent a shiver down the spine of military officials by suggesting that soldiers would commit war crimes, such as targeting enemies’ families, solely on his orders.

“They won’t refuse,” Trump said in a Fox News debate. “I’ve never had any problem leading people. If I say do it, they’re going to do it. That’s what leadership is all about.”

“That’s deeply disturbing, I think, in the military culture,” said Hicks, who spent more than 20 years at the Pentagon. “I think there’s a true lack of understanding of the profession of arms.

“If he ever is commander in chief, that’s going to be a huge problem.”

Foreign policy experts have struggled to define Trump’s doctrine. Many also appeared puzzled this week, when the billionaire rolled out a list of national security advisers who were unfamiliar to many.

In an interview with the New York Times, Cruz appeared to mock Trump’s “so-called foreign policy advisers.”

“They’re a pretty ragtag bunch,” said one former government official, who asked for anonymity in order to be candid. “They’ve got no experience and no strategy and no records to go on.”

Trump’s comments on foreign policy have caused increasing amounts of anxiety among conservatives, many of whom have pledged to oppose his candidacy. Some prominent Republican national security officials told The Hill this week that they might vote for Hillary Clinton over Trump in a general election matchup, if that’s what it took to keep him out of the White House.

But though the establishment is uncomfortable with Trump, a large segment of Republicans voters seem to be onboard with his “get tough” approach.

Trump benefitted the most when the political conversation turned to national security last year, following terror attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, Calif.

Even his critics acknowledge that he is tapping into an anxiety that is shared by many Americans, following long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan that cost the nation trillions of dollars and hundreds of lost lives.

The GOP front-runner also isn’t alone in questioning the U.S.’s disproportionate expenditures on global security.

In an interview published in the Atlantic this month, President Obama similarly claimed to be annoyed by “free riders” who depend on American might without making contributions of their own.

Questioning the makeup of international alliances — which in many cases date back more than a half-century and were built for a Cold War that no longer exists — is “not necessarily an unhealthy thing,” said Herman, the historian.



ISIS cells have perfected their skills to such an extent that Europe is now paralyzed. Taking lessons from revolutionaries of the past, tactics employed by the likes of Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, these malcontents have Europe on edge. Islamists may have infiltrated Brussel’s nuclear power plants. Guard murdered, identification papers stolen. We bring to your attention these gruesome possibilities in the wake of Islamic extremists taken down planes. 911 is not a distant memory for those in the free world. It can happen again. But a nuclear disaster is way more catastrophic than a building implosion, millions can be killed in an instant. The fall out will be much more devastating.

On Friday, the authorities(CLICK) stripped security badges from several workers at one of two plants where all nonessential employees had been sent home hours after the attacks at the Brussels airport and one of the city’s busiest subway stations three days earlier. Video footage of a top official at another Belgian nuclear facility was discovered last year in the apartment of a suspected militant linked to the extremists who unleashed the horror in Paris in November.

North Korea threatens to NUKE Washington.


Hillary Clinton dismisses her critics as just that, she jokes about any errors in judgement (oh like with a cloth), she is contemptuous of those who seek the truth, but one thing she can’t ignore is the terrible beating she received in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii on Easter Eve. In Washington Hillary was soundly defeated 3-1, 75% for Sanders, 25% for Clinton. To some, she was Berned beyond recognition.

The Lying Hillary (time to jail the bird) may not think much of the defeat, but there is an underlying message here; AMERICA DOES NOT LIKE HILLARY CLINTON. As the Sander’s onslaught moves eastward to New York and Maryland off today’s victories Hillary talks about Trump, ignoring Sanders; another devious tactic which is meant to take the eye off her opponent.  However, this is no sure thing that Sanders will win the nomination because Clinton and her formidable donkey lickers have rigged the system with Super Delegates. They will not waiver in their support for her, already pledged since 2008; talk about a fixing the system. Sort of like Russia where the winner is known today, but the vote will take place tomorrow.

But that could change, and history proves it. Early in 2008, when Clinton was running against then-Sen. Barack Obama, she had the super delegates on her side. But when Obama started gaining momentum across the country, he slowly peeled away their support until he won the nomination.

And who are these candy stripers? Party stalwarts, cigar smoking backroom money crunchers who do what is good for them, not what is good for America. Remember Status Quo is their shibboleth. Newcomers need not apply. but Americans are feisty this year and have had it with talking heads, they are not too pleased by politicians telling them what to do and how to vote; like a volcano ready to blow off, these voters are sending a fire and brimstone message to the “politics as usual” politically correct patronizing demagogue that their days in power are numbered.