Monthly Archives: July 2019


  In 2002 and 2003, long before Jeffrey Epstein's name became equated with The Lolita Express, St. Jeff's Island and a child sex ring that stretched from the U.S. Virgin Islands (sic) to Manhattan to Palm Beach to Arizona, Vanity … Continue reading

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AOC has a point about DHS

IMO AOC is a revolutionary subversive sitting in the House of Representatives after having insincerely sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution of the US and laws legally enacted under it. BUT, she can be right on some issues.  It … Continue reading

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Is Epstein’s arrest and indictment part of Barr’s counter-offensive?

IMO AG Barr is conducting a general counter-offensive against "the resistance."  He has his bulldog Durham organizing indictments for the former underground in DoJ and the FBI.  He has DoJ IG Horowitz' report on malfeasance coming out soon.  He has … Continue reading

Posted in Justice, Politics | 71 Comments


President Trump is deeply confused by Iran's refusal to make a deal.  The Dealmaker-in-Charge has made it clear to the Supreme Leader that if he sits down with The Donald, there will be rich rewards.  Iran will be welcomed back … Continue reading

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Interesting Developments in the Russiagate Saga by Larry C Johnson

There are a couple of new articles out in the past week that merit your attention if you have not already read these. The first is from Fox News–Strzok-Page texts debated whether to share details with DOJ on key London … Continue reading

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The byzantine Jeffrey Epstein criminal sex case breakout: a federal appeals court orders documents unsealed and Epstein is arrested in a new case

     [Pictured above:  Utah attorney, law professor, and former federal judge Paul G. Cassell, who, with Florida attorney Bradley Edwards, have represented females in civil cases against Jeffrey Epstein, including under the federal Crime Victims' Rights Act targeting Epstein's plea … Continue reading

Posted in Current Affairs, Justice, Politics | 45 Comments

Turkey, NATO and Russia

Let's have a discussion of what is going to happen with regard to Turkey in light of: 1.  The S-400 sale 2.  The F-35 sale 3.  Pom-pom and the 'stache. 4.  Putin's amused trouble-making 5.  Trumps unpredictability 6.  Erdo's recent … Continue reading

Posted in Current Affairs, Policy, Russia, Turkey | 88 Comments

What happened to the signers?

  "Five signers were captured by the British as traitors, and tortured before they died. Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned. Two lost their sons in the revolutionary army, another had two sons captured. Nine of the fifty-six fought … Continue reading

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Confessions of a latent SJW – TTG

A while back we were discussing the merits of a liberal arts education and the sad state of our current education system. As part of that discussion, I looked at the current curriculum of my old prep school to see … Continue reading

Posted in Religion, TTG | 47 Comments