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Former Trump Adviser Papadopoulos Tells His Story in Camarillo (includes speech video)

Former Trump Adviser Papadopoulos Tells His Story in Camarillo (includes speech video)

By George Miller The enterprising ladies of the Camarillo Republican Women Federated (CRWF) convinced enfant terrible former Trump adviser, George Papadopoulos (GP),  pilloried by the FBI and DOJ, to come to their lair at the tony Spanish Hills Country Club to tell his story of intrigue and woe. He is most famous for being the […]

Trump Has Become the Democrats’ Great White Whale

Trump Has Become the Democrats’ Great White Whale

  By Victor Davis Hanson One way of envisioning the Democratic obsessions with Donald Trump is as an addiction. We have seen the initial impeachment efforts; the attempt to get him under the emoluments clause, the Logan Act and the 25th Amendment; the Russian collusion hoax; the Mueller investigation; the demand for his tax returns; […]

The Press: Friend or Foe of Freedom?

The Press:  Friend or Foe of Freedom?

  by Phil Erwin This Thursday, The Boston Globe has called upon all American newspapers to offer up editorials excoriating President Trump for his “attack on” their profession – specifically, his suggestion they may be an “enemy of the American people.” The Globe decries what they say is Trump’s “dirty war against the freedom of […]

Wading Hip-Deep In the Swamp

Wading Hip-Deep In the Swamp

by Phil Erwin Last week’s big news-media scuffle was centered around the very vocal entry of “America’s Mayor” Rudi Giulanni onto President Trump’s legal team – just in time to join endless media coverage of the legal back-and-forth between the President’s camp and “actress” (porn star) Stormy Daniels, as stoked by her obligingly gabby “lawyer” […]

Swamp Things in the Russia Investigation

Swamp Things in the Russia Investigation

. By Victor Davis Hanson // American Greatness “The Swamp” usually refers to the vast federal bureaucratic machinery of mostly unelected top officials who exercise influence and power without worry about the appearance of conflicts of interest. They are often exempt from the consequences of the laws and regulations that affect others. The chief characteristics of […]

The Paradoxes of the Mueller Investigation

By Victor Davis Hanson // National Review They are numerous, and none of them are good news for President Trump’s opponents. Special Counsel Robert Mueller has indicted 13 Russian nationals for allegedly conspiring to sow confusion in the 2016 presidential election. The chance of extraditing any of the accused from Vladimir Putin’s Russia is zero. […]