Political Extremists Threaten to ‘Blow up the Entire System’ Unless They Get Their Way

Last Friday, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away. With a vacancy now on the Supreme Court, President Donald Trump has stated that he plans to nominate a judge by the end of the week. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will have a vote on that nominee. Senate Republicans, bolstered by support from Sens. Mitt Romney of Utah, Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, appear to have the requisite yeas to confirm. Suffice it to say that the leftists aren’t comporting themselves particularly well. If their last attempt to thwart a nominee featured false allegations of sexual impropriety, this one boasts the sort of political extremism that would make even Stokely Carmichael blush.

In a diatribe …

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The Push for Socialism: Another Chernobyl in the Making

By Robert Patrick Lewis

Nearly three decades after the end of the Cold War and the battle between capitalism and communism, we’re beginning to see a peculiar resurgence of a virus which we thought had been eradicated from the west.

Many a misguided youth, led by tenured professors and pandering politicians who have never worked a day outside of classrooms or politics, run their own business or dirtied their hands from manual labor are of the mind that capitalism is a terrible threat to society, and socialism would cure all of society’s ills.

I would think the fact that none of our most life and society-changing (for the positive) achievements, ideas or technology have come from socialist or communist-run states, …

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The Carter Page Tactics Repeated on Judge Kavanaugh & My Own Battle Against False Allegations

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Tactic (definition): a conceptual action aiming at the achievement of a goal. This action can be implemented as one or more specific tasks. (Wikipedia)

 

Different Tactics for Different Groups & Objectives

What comes to mind when you hear the word “tactic?”  As a former Green Beret, my first thought used to be either The Ranger Handbook or FM 7-8 (Field Manual for the Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad).  These two books teach the tactical doctrine used by the US Army combat arms, for everyone from an Infantry squad rifleman to a Special Forces ODA (Operational Detachment-Alpha).

The knowledge inside of these two books was drilled into my head for years, beginning in

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