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October 28, 2023



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Mike Huckabee


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Cornell professor takes a leave of absence

That Cornell history professor who called the slaughter of Jewish civilians by Hamas terrorists “exhilarating” and “energizing” has taken a leave of absence amid demands for his firing.

In a letter, he apologized for his “horrible choice of words,” writing, “I recognize that some of the language I used was reprehensible and did not reflect my values.”

Excuse me, but you’re a college professor, yet it took all this time and the widespread outrage of millions to make you realize that celebrating the vicious slaughter of innocent Jewish civilians is “reprehensible”? That doesn’t speak very well for whoever allegedly educated you.

A modest proposal

Ed Morrissey at offers a modest proposal for transforming our universities that have become Stalinist/anti-Semitic indoctrination camps in a way that won’t infringe on anyone’s First Amendment rights or establish a precedent that can be used to suppress conservative groups. It’s a simple solution, but it just might work, and it’s one that I’ve been urging GOP state legislatures to consider for years: Turn off the fire hose of taxpayer money and “defund the fleece.”

And I’m glad to see that the private sector is leading the way on this crusade.


Intruder arrested twice

Independent presidential candidate Robert Kennedy Jr. reports that an intruder climbed the fence at his home, was arrested, released later the same day, and immediately came right back and did it again. And he still hadn’t been granted Secret Service protection by the Biden White Administration.

“Science deniers” win a big court case

So all the crazy “science deniers” were right? The New York Supreme Court found this week that being vaccinated does not prevent a person from contracting or spreading COVID, and it ordered all New York City workers fired for refusing vaccination to be reinstated and given back pay. There are about 1700 of them. Mayor Eric Adams had said he would not rehire them, but considering many of them are cops and firefighters, maybe this Court ruling will give him cover to do something the city desperately needs to do anyway.

Doubling down

The New York University student law leader who had a prestigious job offer rescinded after participating in pro-Hamas, anti-Israel rhetoric has learned nothing and is doubling down on the anti-Jewish, pro-terrorism activism. The story notes that this woman (sorry!) “identifies” as “non-binary” and uses “they/them” pronouns. Try doing that in any nation in the Middle East other than Israel and see how long they/them lives.

Elder endorses Trump

Larry Elder announced that he is ending his campaign for President and endorsing Donald Trump.  I know how difficult that decision can be, so I wish him the best and congratulate him on a good effort that, as he noted, helped to shine a light on issues of importance to him, including fatherlessness, crime and the false notion that America is a racist country.

Elder said Trump’s leadership was “instrumental in advancing conservative America-first principles and policies that have benefited our great nation,” and that it’s time for Republicans to unite behind him and beat Joe Biden.

Meet Speaker Mike Johnson

New House Speaker Mike Johnson was a relative unknown to most people, and had a reputation as a nice, quiet guy. This means the Democrats and the media (but I repeat myself) are having to scramble to figure out how to smear and demonize him.

They seem to have settled for the moment on “election denier” because he had questions about the 2020 election of Joe Biden. Stephen Kruiser at PJ Media reminds of why those questions were extremely understandable, but also that his chief accusers on this front were bigger election deniers than Johnson ever was.

For those wanting to learn more actual information about Johnson, here are a few stories worth checking out:

Finally, I look forward to hearing how Democrats will smear Johnson as a racist, considering his adopted son is black.

RNC roasted over debate plan

The RNC is getting blasted after announcing plans for its next primary debate. They chose to partner with NBC News, which will let the debate be “moderated” by reliably leftwing anchors Lester Holt and Kirsten Welker. You know, there’s a reason why the Democrats don’t hold their debates on Fox News with moderators Greg Gutfeld and me, although that would be the greatest Democrat debate in history.

Former CEO of Toyota slams EV mandates

Granted, the former CEO of Toyota and current head of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association couldn’t possibly know as much about cars as Joe Biden does, but he’s slamming electric vehicle mandates. With unsold EVs piling up at dealerships, Akio Toyoda says auto makers should hedge their bets by continuing to develop other (better) technologies, like hybrids and hydrogen fuel cells cars. He warned that if “regulations are created based on ideals” instead of reality, “it is regular users who are the ones who suffer.” Also, “The more EVs we build, the worse carbon dioxide gets. When politicians are out there saying, ‘Let’s get rid of all cars using gasoline,’ do they understand this?”

No, I don’t think they understand one thing about automotive technology, other than that they pass a law they yanked out of the air and expect car engineers to make it a reality. Government shouldn’t work that way, markets certainly shouldn’t work that way, and physics definitely doesn’t work that way.

Comer:  no evidence that $200,000 from James to Joe Biden was “loan repayment”

How are we supposed to know that the $200,000 personal check sent from James Biden’s bank account to Joe Biden’s in 2018 was a loan repayment?

According to White House spokesman Ian Sams, who responded to this question in a tweet Friday, it’s easy!  “It’s right there on the check!” he said.

And, by golly, it DOES say that.  That little blank in the lower left-hand corner of the check has actually been filled in with the words “loan repayment.”  In pen.  Well, hey, that’s good enough for me, and I’m sure if my source of hundreds of thousands of dollars in income were questioned by, say, the IRS, it would be good enough for them, too.

So we should just stop asking the Bidens about this and move forward on issues that matter to the American people, things that President Biden is doing such a remarkable job with such as inflation, crime, border security, and leading us merrily into World War III, mostly from his official post on a Delaware beach.

Pardon the sarcasm, but with all the dodging we’ve seen from this Administration --- check out any press briefing from Karine Jean-Pierre --- surely, they don’t expect us now to be buying THIS.

Sams, who’s becoming famous for his lame talking-point responses, also accused Kentucky Rep. James Comer, who had written Thursday to White House Counsel Edward Siskel advising him that nothing in James and Sara Biden’s bank records show that brother Joe had loaned them $200,000, of trying “to distract from Republicans’ Speaker mess.”

Um, WHAT “Speaker mess”?  By Friday, that was over and we had in place a new Speaker who’d received 100 percent Republican support.  Now it’s Comer who is trying to move on, to do the job that has fallen to his committee --- also to Judiciary and Ways and Means --- since the weaponized DOJ has shown itself to be, shall-we-say, unwilling to follow the Biden money.

Here’s the background:  After the House Oversight and Accountability Committee held its first impeachment inquiry hearing, they subpoenaed Hunter and James Biden’s personal and business bank accounts.  That was about a month ago, and the check for $200,000 made out to Joe was part of what was turned up.  In his letter to White House counsel, Rep. Comer pointed out that James Biden sent Joe Biden a direct payment of $200,000 in March 2018, on the same day now-defunct healthcare company Americore Health LLC, a bankruptcy-bound rural hospital operator, wired $200,000 to James.   

As Comer explained it on video, in 2018, James Biden had received $600,000 in loans from financially-strapped Americore.  Quoting from documents from bankruptcy court, James received these loans “based upon representations that his last name, Biden, could open doors, and that he could obtain a large investment from the Middle East based on his political connections.”

On the same day that Americore wired $200,000 of this into James and Sara Biden’s personal bank account, James wrote out a personal check for the same amount to his brother.

“Even if this is a personal loan repayment,” Comer said in the video, “it’s still troubling that Joe Biden’s ability to be paid back by his brother depended on the success of his family’s shady financial dealings.”  And yet there’s still no evidence that this WAS a personal loan repayment.

Does Joe Biden “have documents proving he loaned such a large sum of money to his brother, and what were the terms of such a financial agreement?  Did he have similar financial agreements with other family members that led them to make similar large payments?”  Also, was he aware that James Biden had received the $200,000 check from a failing company on the same day?

What it looks like is easy money for Joe.

In his letter to White House counsel, Comer noted that James and Sara Biden did receive payments from “various entities,” and some of these might have involved obscuring the true payer’s identity, but that “no records in the Committee’s possession state that Joe Biden made a large loan payment to his brother.”

So he made this request: “If Joe Biden did personally loan James Biden an amount that was later repaid by the $200,000 check, please provide the loan documents, including loan payment, the loan agreement, and any other supporting loan documentation.”  There apparently were no interest payments made on this so-called loan, and for loans made as gifts, the documentation Comer is requesting is nothing more than what the IRS would call for.

Comer wrote, “The current lack of documentation leaves reason to doubt claims that this transaction was repayment for a legal loan.  We request documentation clarifying the nature of this payment and whether all applicable documentation and IRS filings were properly made.”

As AMERICAN GREATNESS reports, the White House told the committee last week that Joe Biden, as a private citizen, had loaned brother James his own money “when he needed it,” and claimed there is a record that he was repaid.  Well, let’s see it.  If they meant the canceled check with “loan repayment” written in the corner, that’s not enough to show that this was a real loan.

AG also has information on the nature of Americore’s financial woes.  They cite POLITICO’s report from March 2020 that the company was even raided by the FBI and that “there were concerns at the time that James Biden had fraudulently transferred Americore funds “outside of the normal course of business.”

RELATED:  In an update to the story about Western Pennsylvania U.S. attorney Scott Brady’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee --- he’s the one whose testimony Rep. Jamie Raskin has been lying about --- Brady also testified that regarding the Hunter Biden case, there was a “communication breakdown” between his office and that of Delaware U.S. Attorney/Special Counsel David Weiss.  He found it so challenging to communicate with Weiss that he took an unusual step, enlisting the help “on a regular basis” of the Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General’s Office (PADAG), Jeffrey Rosen, to facilitate this when all else failed.

Investigative reporter James Lynch at the DAILY CALLER says that Weiss was “restricting information-sharing” with Brady, whose testimony, as it is released, is getting more interesting by the day.

“Speaking generally,” Brady testified, “from a process perspective, I think there was both a skepticism of the information that we were developing, that we had received, and skepticism and then weariness of that information.  I think they were very concerned about any information sharing with our office.”

Brady described the communication they had as “constricted” and said he’d resorted to providing a list of 20 written questions to Weiss’s investigative team in Delaware.

Weiss is scheduled to testify in early November about his role in the Hunter Biden investigation and will surely be asked about this.  In the meantime, the DAILY CALLER has more information on the significance of Brady’s testimony.  Read this, and see if Brady doesn’t strike you as the kind of methodical, professional, by-the-book prosecutor that we need a lot more of in the “Justice” Department.


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  • Howard Hill

    10/28/2023 11:08 AM

    I am wondering why we need a "Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General’s Office"? Is this another move by somebody in a position of power to build an empire by creating as many different positions under them to justify their continued existence? Tell me why the US government is so bloated and I will show you this position as an example.

  • Stephen Russell

    10/28/2023 09:20 AM

    Long past time for a Mass shooters Dbase
    Below elements of Dbase:
    Work history
    Home Life
    Psych file
    Drug abuse, medications
    Gun acess
    Social Life

    & these
    "Triggers" for shooting:?
    Phone call
    TV show
    Psych drugs
    Sleeper cell types for Govt?

    Mass Shooter Dbase is or would be Local, NGO
    From all cities etc that has Mass shootings;
    Las Vegas
    Sandy Hook
    VA Beach
    Wash DC
    from the Local side only
    Victims kin, Fire, Police, etc.

    Need to find common threads aside drugs if any for shootings.