Evening Edition - September 10

September 10, 2022

There’s an avalanche of news on the “Get Trump” front. Friday, reports came in of the FBI staging raids on anywhere from 35 to 50 associates of formerly President Trump.

Morning Edition - September 10

September 10, 2022

Former Biden press secretary Jen Psaki announced that her upcoming MSNBC show will be built around her passion for “explaining things, debunking things, calling out BS.”

Morning Edition - September 9

September 9, 2022

As an American, I’m not a fan of the concept of royalty, but if you’re going to have a monarch, you couldn’t ask for a better one than Elizabeth II.

Evening Edition - September 9

September 9, 2022

For years, liberal mayors have declared their cities to be “sanctuaries” for illegal immigrants, secure in the knowledge that cities in border states would mostly have to deal with the consequences of their policies.

Elizabeth the Queen

September 9, 2022

Queen Elizabeth was everything that exemplified the best of Great Britain and the Commonwealth, a rarefied sense of human decency that already seems like an archetype from an earlier age.
Great Britain’s new Prime Minister Liz Truss announced that she’s lifting the ban on fracking to reduce the nation’s sky-high energy prices.

Queen Elizabeth II dies

September 9, 2022

Her reign of 70 years and 214 days was the longest of any female head of state and the second longest of any monarch, after France’s King Louis XIV.
We now have the first poll taken after President Biden went full-Mussolini and denounced “MAGA Republicans” (or anyone who disagrees with him, really) as a threat to democracy.

Evening Edition - September 8

September 8, 2022

A new report by the Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General’s office confirmed that during last year’s botched Afghanistan withdrawal, the DHS failed to properly vet thousands of Afghan refugees...

Morning Edition - September 8

September 8, 2022

I warned you recently that leftist and anarchist thugs, emboldened by the fact that they are protected from consequences of their horrendous actions by Democrat officials in blue cities, have now taken to carrying guns.

Energy Fight

September 8, 2022

New figures from the Energy Information Administration show that from last July to this July, the price of natural gas is up 30% and electricity is up 15%...

Morning Edition - September 7

September 7, 2022

Twenty-six grassroots chapters of Black Lives Matter are suing BLM national co-founder Shalomyah Bowers, claiming he defrauded them by siphoning off $10 million in donations that he used as his “personal piggy bank.”
I apologize in advance for bringing this person up, especially if you’re trying to eat breakfast, but Hillary Clinton has inserted herself back into the news again.
For those wondering if it was safe to give Disney your money again or entrust your children to them, let me introduce you to the newest animated series
Even though just-retired FBI agent Timothy Thibault’s attorneys have said he had no involvement with the Hunter Biden case, he apparently was “point man” on it and deep-sixed the information provided by Hunter’s business associate...

Morning Edition - September 6

September 6, 2022

President Biden spent Labor Day continuing to accuse people, this time Congress members who want to Make America Great Again (which, admittedly, does run counter to his entire agenda)...

Labor Day

September 5, 2022

Today is Labor Day, which is sometimes jokingly described as the day when Americans honor work by taking the day off work.

The Value of Work

September 5, 2022

We hear a lot of talk from politicians about values…but do we truly value work and the people who do it? Labor Day seems like a good time to think about that question...

Morning Edition - September 3

September 3, 2022



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A good guy with a gun

In Detroit, a 19-year-old male has been charged with three counts of first degree murder and other crimes after his attempt to kill a fourth victim was thwarted by a neighbor with a gun.

In New York, Gov. Kathy Hochul declared, "This whole concept that a good guy with a gun will stop the bad guys with a gun, it doesn't hold up,” so “that theory is over” in New York, as she signs clearly unconstitutional new laws barring law-abiding gun owners from carrying weapons for self-defense in virtually every public space in New York. Or as bad guys now call them, “free range shooting galleries.”

So congratulations to Gov. Hochul, who can now run for reelection on the slogan, “I made New York more dangerous than Detroit!”


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A complete inventory

The DOJ released a more complete inventory of the items they seized during the raid of former President Trump’s home, and it’s looking less and less like a search for dangerous nuclear secrets and more and more like a fraternity scavenger hunt. Among the items seized were over 1,000 documents that didn’t even have “classified” markings (remember, even if they did, it’s meaningless because Trump had absolute power to declassify anything he wanted), as well as items described as “Article of clothing/gift item” (how was that germane to protecting America’s vital secrets?); hundreds of magazine, newspaper and other media clippings; and 43 empty file folders labeled “classified” and 28 labeled “Return to Staff Secretary/Military Aide.”

In what may be the most hilarious manifestation of Trump Derangement Syndrome yet, Trump-haters are going wild yet again, insisting that what will finally send Trump to the electric chair are…those empty file folders. Follow me on this: Judging from the labels, there must’ve once been something important in them, right? And there isn’t NOW! So obviously, Trump must have snuck folders full of top secrets out of the White House, removed their contents and…uh…sold them to Russia or something! Then he kept the "incriminating" empty folders around's thrifty!

Bonchie at has some entertaining mockery of this latest ridiculous narrative, pointing out that Trump did not personally pack up all those boxes (note to New York prosecutors: he also doesn’t personally make out his company’s income tax forms.) Whoever did probably just packed in a hurry and didn’t notice that among the stacks of material were a handful of formerly used and now-empty file folders. They must've assumed that it would be sorted out later because what kind of idiotic dictator would stage an FBI raid on a former President to seize empty file folders?

News flash: you can’t arrest someone based on theoretical evidence that might once hypothetically have been in a file folder that’s now empty. ("But there's a LABEL on it!!!")

It seems oddly appropriate that this is what they’re now reduced to pinning their “Get Trump” hopes on: file folders that are literally as empty as all the endless charges they’ve been launching against him for over five years now. Please, for the sake of America: get professional counseling.


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Biden’s horror movie

The White House tried defending President Biden’s scary speech Thursday (law professor Jonathan Turley said it looked as if he were speaking from Dante’s Inferno, which was a new one. He also pointed out that in addition to it being unseemly and offensive for Biden to use Marines as props in a purely political message, it’s also kinda illegal.)

But then Biden’s people must've realized from the gale force reactions that it was indefensible, so Biden is now pretending it never happened and insisting he never said MAGA Republicans were a threat to America…like, 32 times. Unfortunately for them, like all horror movies, it lives for eternity on film, even if hardly anyone saw it because CNN and MSNBC were the only networks that actually aired it.

Collusion at the top

In a bombshell report, we learned this week that dozens of Biden Administration officials across multiple federal agencies directly colluded with big tech companies to target and censor accounts during the pandemic – all in the name of “preventing misinformation,” of course. Well, Radar Online now has a specific, named example of one official and his target.

They report that in July 2021, the head of the White House COVID digital response team, Clarke Humphrey, emailed Instagram to request the removal of an account that parodied Dr. Anthony Fauci (“NOBODY makes fun of Fauci!,” I can hear them cry.)

Humphrey reportedly wrote, “Any way we can get this pulled down? It is not actually one of ours.” An unnamed Instagram official replied, “Yep, on it!” And almost immediately, that account was completely removed from Instagram.

I can certainly understand why they might believe that people would have a hard time telling the difference between the real Dr. Fauci and a parody of him. However, parodies are a protected form of free speech, and if the tech platforms were secretly being directed by government agencies, then they were not acting as private companies but as government entities that are subject to First Amendment free speech requirements. I sense a storm of lawsuits on the horizon.

A shocking first

In a shocking first, the Department of Veterans Affairs plans to direct VA clinics to start offering abortion services, even in states where they are outlawed. They claim that “VA employees, when working within the scope of their federal jobs, may provide needed services regardless of state restrictions.”

I have a feeling that quite a number of states will have objections to the proposition that federal agencies can freely ignore state laws. I’m beginning to wonder how many ways the federal government will come up with to deny that the Supreme Court specifically ruled that abortion is not in the Constitution and therefore, regulatory power over it rests with the states, not the federal government. I also wonder how many more times the SCOTUS will end up having to repeat that to them.

Newsom's inlaws give to Republicans

It’s said that if you want to know what someone is really like, look to the people who know him or her best. I assume California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s in-laws know him pretty well. Which might explain why, when he was destroying the California economy with freedom and business-crushing lockdowns, they moved out of San Francisco to Florida, where they now donate to Republicans such as Tom Cotton and Josh Hawley and gave $5,000 to a PAC called “Friends of Ron DeSantis.” 

Most of us assumed that Newsom’s recent laughable attacks on Gov. DeSantis and Florida, such as trying to depict DeSantis as a dictator and California as the real freedom state, were because he sees DeSantis as his likely rival in the 2024 Presidential election (Newsom wants to do for America what he’s done for California: bring blackouts, illegal immigrants, surging crime, insane homeless people, drug needles and human feces to the streets of places like Norman, Oklahoma, and Keokuk, Iowa.) But maybe there’s a more primal reason. He’s jealous that even his own in-laws like Ron DeSantis better.

He shouldn't take it too personally. As that linked article points out, maybe they would've also donated to a PAC called "Friends of Gavin Newsom," but there isn't one of those. 


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Evening Edition - September 2

September 2, 2022

In his speech, Biden said, "There’s no question that the Republican Party today is dominated, driven and intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans.

Bombshell report

September 2, 2022

In a bombshell report that should have led the news if President Biden hadn’t decided to jump the shark in jackboots, Republican Attorneys General Eric Schmitt and Jeff Landry released documents obtained in their lawsuit against the Biden Administration. They show that dozens of federal officials across multiple executive agencies colluded closely with tech platforms such as Twitter and Facebook to censor alleged “misinformation” and offer talking points to counter alleged “false narratives.” You know, like that Hunter Biden’s laptop was real.  

https://www.westernjournal. com/internal-records-prove- biden-admin-colluded-facebook- twitter-censor-users/

Strip that of all the weasel words and it means that dozens of Biden officials were directing social media sites to censor and deplatform users and even entire Facebook groups that were saying things the White House didn’t want them to say. As Constitutional law attorney William Olson tweeted, “The Biden Administration converted private businesses into government agents to spend its corporate money to elect Democrats and defeat Republicans. Wonder how many federal crimes were committed by this arrangement. If we only had a functioning Department of Justice!”

The attorneys promise more to come. In the meanwhile, it might not be necessary for Biden’s DOJ to finally start acting like a law enforcement agency. If they won’t take this to the criminal courts, there are still the civil courts. And if we now have proof that the social media giants were secretly acting at the direction of the White House in censoring users, then they could make a strong legal case that these were not acting as private entities but as arms of the government, which would make them subject to lawsuits for violation of users’ First Amendment rights.

And will those tech companies just clam up and take a tsunami of lawsuits, or would they spill all the beans about how they were pressured and by whom to try to wriggle out of responsibility?  

Pop some popcorn, this could get interesting.

Morning Edition - September 2

September 2, 2022

There have been a lot of mean “old man” jokes about President Biden soiling himself. Last night, Americans got the chance to watch that process play out over half an hour on live TV.

Biden’s speech

September 2, 2022

Biden managed not only to soil himself in front of the world, but also to soil Independence Hall, the American flag, the US Marines, the Democratic Party and the Presidency of the United States.

This is worth repeating

September 1, 2022

New York: Where you can get into more trouble trying to buy a can of whipped cream than you can stealing it, and where you have to show ID to buy whipped cream, but not to vote, because that’s racist oppression.

Evening Edition - September 1

September 1, 2022

Here’s why the media never show you a side shot of those rousing public appearances President Biden makes. He’s not just trying to shake hands with an invisible person, he’s speaking to an invisible crowd.

Morning Edition - September 1

September 1, 2022

When California Rep. Darrell Issa appeared with Judge Jeanine Pirro Wednesday to discuss the FBI and DOJ, he brought up an interesting point about FBI agent Timothy Thibault leaving the agency.

Sarah Palin loses

September 1, 2022

In a fairly shocking result, Sarah Palin lost the special election runoff to fill the House seat of the late Alaska Republican Rep. Don Young to Democrat Mary Peltola. It’s the first time a Democrat has won that seat in 49 years.

Morning Edition - August 31

August 31, 2022

In case you’re wondering, yes, Attorney General Merrick Garland most certainly is trying to intimidate whistleblowers. We’ll get to that, but first, here’s why he’s doing it.

Evening Edition - August 31

August 31, 2022

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Here are two rules to keep in mind if you want to stay healthy: (1.) Never handcuff yourself to a homicidal psychopath; and (2.) Never commit your state to do whatever the government of California does.

Incredibly, Democrats who were in charge of several states, including Washington and Massachusetts, actually did #2, which now has many of their residents wanting to go #1 on them. These states are either planning, or are bound by insane laws of their own devising, to go along with California’s attempt to ban sales of all new gas-powered cars by 2035. Yes, California plans to force everyone into an electric vehicle in a state that can’t even generate enough electricity to keep the lights on. And all those other liberal-run states looked at that and said, “Brilliant! We have to do that, too!”

One state that has no interest in joining Californians as they sit in the dark is Virginia. Unfortunately, during that recent small window of Democrats being fully in charge (and Americans are learning how quickly they can destroy everything if given complete power), the Virginia legislature and Gov. Ralph “Blackface” Northam signed a bill requiring Virginia to impose whatever emissions laws California came up with. Now, Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin is trying to get lawmakers to repeal that idiotic law, arguing that Virginians should not be forced to live under laws dreamed up by unelected bureaucrats in California.

One other possibility for circumventing this is a lawsuit currently being pressed by 17 states against the EPA to rescind its exemption for California to set its own auto emissions standards. The plaintiffs make the entirely reasonable case that it’s a violation of the equal sovereignty of the states to let just one state change federal emissions standards and impose its own standards on manufacturers, causing vehicles to become more expensive for everyone.

No state leader anywhere should be looking to the example of Gavin Newsom and the California state government as anything other than a cautionary tale. You should not want your state to become another California. These days, even Californians don’t want to be Californians, which is why so many of them are becoming transplanted Texans.


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More PR than science

August 30, 2022

It’s looking as the highly-touted claim that giving dangerous puberty-blocking hormones and irreversible genital surgery to gender-confused kids prevents depression and suicide is based more on PR than on science, according to Jason Rantz at The Federalist.

Morning Edition - August 29

August 29, 2022

Washington, DC, has delayed plans to block unvaccinated children from attending school or even getting remote online learning classes.

Sunday Standard - August 28

August 28, 2022

Biden knew about the raid, The Mar-A-Lago raid: what was it really about? Persistence pays: Stefan Halper exposed as Russia Hoax liar...

Morning Edition - August 27

August 27, 2022

New Yorkers are being hit with yet another nanny state law, this time banning the sale of canned whipped cream...

Evening Edition - August 26

August 26, 2022

An analysis by the National Taxpayers Union Foundation estimates that covering the $300-$600 billion cost of Biden’s student loan “forgiveness” will cost the average US taxpayer $2,000.

Evening Edition - August 25

August 25, 2022

Remember Democrats going ballistic over Special Counsel Robert Mueller deciding not to charge President Trump with “obstruction of justice” for criticizing witnesses and blasting the probe as a biased witch hunt?

Morning Edition - August 25

August 25, 2022

As predicted, President Biden announced a plan on Thursday to “forgive” student loan debt, and as with all his plans, it was much more expensive than expected.
As you know, Miranda Devine at the NEW YORK POST broke the story of Hunter Biden’s laptop in October 2020, and Twitter, Facebook and most media suppressed it before the presidential election.

Biden knew about the raid

August 24, 2022

I’ve noticed a trend lately of “bombshell” stories that should be major revelations but that don’t feel like it because all they do is confirm what anyone with a lick of sense already suspected.

Afghanistan: One Year Later

August 24, 2022

This month marks one year since President Biden’s debacle that will live in infamy: the deadly botched pullout from Afghanistan.

Evening Edition - August 23

August 23, 2022

A Twitter whistleblower has made a shocking allegation against the social media giant to Congress and several federal agencies.

Morning Edition - August 23

August 23, 2022

This month marks one year since President Biden’s debacle that will live in infamy: the deadly botched pullout from Afghanistan.

Morning Edition - August 22

August 22, 2022

I’m just about fed up to the eyeballs with the Democrats spinning that if Republicans criticize the outrageous politicization and weaponization of the DOJ and FBI that we’re “attacking law enforcement.”

Evening Edition - August 21

August 21, 2022

What are Liz Cheney’s chances of winning the GOP Presidential nomination? Here’s a hint: even Mitt Romney is telling her to forget about it.

Morning Edition - August 20

August 20, 2022

Who could have possibly predicted that if you slashed police budgets, homicides would take a sharp upturn? Not the leftist geniuses running Seattle.

Evening Edition - August 19

August 19, 2022

The gentle folk at NPR are so disturbed that Republicans are calling the invasion pouring across our Southern border an “invasion” that they can barely hold a cup still enough to sip their decaf chamomile tea.
By the time you read this on Thursday, the hearing on whether the FBI must release the affidavit they used to get a warrant to search Mar-A-Lago may already have taken place in West Palm Beach.

Morning Edition - August 17

August 17, 2022

Knowing my readers as I do, you’ll probably enjoy seeing this video clip of Donald Trump on election eve, predicting correctly that Wyoming GOP voters were going to say, “Liz Cheney…You’re FIRED!”

Evening Edition - August 16

August 16, 2022

Add to the list of multi-vaxxed and boosted COVID-positive people the CEO of Pfizer (maker of the vaccines) and as of this morning, First Lady Jill Biden.

Evening Edition - August 15

August 15, 2022

The Biden “Justice” Department isn’t just raiding former Presidents’ homes, it’s also reportedly investigating the Southern Baptist Convention.