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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Biden Picks VP, Throws Lifeline to Trump Reelection Bid

On Tuesday, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden selected Sen. Kamala Harris of California to be his running mate. If there was a watch party at the White House in anticipation, President Donald Trump and his staffers should have been distributing party favors and popping the champagne upon hearing the good news. Then they should have begun preparations for his best shot at remaining president past January next year.

The choice of Kamala Harris as Biden’s vice-presidential pick is a godsend for the Trump reelection campaign for several reasons. First of all, Harris is a terrible person and a worse politician widely disliked by the American public. She ran for president in the Democratic primary by lying about her record as …

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The Media Narrative Comes Full Circle

According to the media, the last several months have played out like this: President Donald Trump, alone, didn’t take the COVID-19 outbreak in America seriously enough at the outset. He downplayed the severity of the virus, forwarded conspiracy theories, and resisted the necessary action being advocated by no fewer than all of his Democratic counterparts. Eventually, Democratic governors nationwide were forced to take matters into their own hands, shutting down local economies in a federally-unsupported effort to save lives. Red-state governors, beginning in May, reopened after determining that jobs were more important than lives. When George Floyd was killed on Memorial Day, the nation began engaging in “mostly” peaceful protesting. And now that infection rates have risen in states across …

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U.S. Airstrike on Soleimani Morally and Strategically Correct

On Friday, Iranian general Qassem Soleimani, one of the worst human beings on the planet, was blown to pieces by a targeted U.S. air strike in Baghdad. Soleimani spent his career working to undermine the interests of America and her allies, plotting terrorist attacks on U.S. soil and killing Americans in the Middle East. Between 2005 and 2007, Soleimani provided IEDs for Iraqi terrorist groups which utilized them to kill hundreds of U.S. servicemen; he was directly involved in the carrying out of the 2012 attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi.

Soleimani was an evil terrorist who plotted to bomb the Watergate Hotel in D.C. President Trump’s ordering his death was the proper thing to do. For an isolationist …

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Army Rolls Over the Midshipmen for 3rd straight season

Philadelphia, Penn. – This is known as American’s Game, filled with tradition.

For the 119thtime Army versus Navy took place on the gridiron.

It’s the only game where everyone on the field is a hero.

“The March On” happened a few minutes after 2:30 on Saturday; U.S. Military Academy Cadets and the Midshipmen of Navy marched onto the pristine green playing field. The country’s future military leaders, warriors and brothers and sisters in arms move onto the field in cadence in a manner so precise that it captures the entire crowd’s attention in awe.

For fun and entertainment, the two schools continue a tradition that no other game has when the complete “the prisoner exchange” as seven exchange …

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