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Mike Flynn: The Eyes of “Blind” Justice Are Upon You!

Mike Flynn: The Eyes of “Blind” Justice Are Upon You!

by Phil Erwin On Tuesday, once-vaunted Lt. General Michael Flynn is due to be sentenced by Judge Emmett Sullivan for lying to the FBI. Flynn was interviewed by FBI agents in the White House, where he was National Security Advisor for the fledgling Trump administration. Flynn had held the office for two days. He would […]

Spies Like Us?

Spies Like Us?

by Phil Erwin Just what should we make of the “bomb threat” that unfolded over the past week? Our news was pegged on “BOMB-OVERLOAD!!!”, and will undoubtedly be chewing on it for some time. In the days before all those oddly-rendered packages started showing up, Conservative-friendly news outlets were 100% focused on the migration of […]

Lioness of the Senate

Lioness of the Senate

By Phil Erwin In his later years, Ted Kennedy was known as the “Liberal Lion of the Senate.” He didn’t exactly live up to the respectability implied by that moniker. But Democrats so revered the Kennedys, they forgave Ted his disgraceful behavior at Chappaquiddick and kept right on re-electing him despite his well-known moral failings. […]

Kavanaugh Hearing: Job Interview, or Kangaroo Court?

Kavanaugh Hearing: Job Interview, or Kangaroo Court?

by Phil Erwin God, don’t you hate these Congressional hearings? First of all, much of the time, you can’t hear anything, because everybody’s interrupting everybody else! Completed sentences are pretty rare, outside of the reading of opening statements. And of course, it’s the interruptions that the Senators are mostly after. Because that’s how they turn […]

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 […]

Border Showdown | Save the Kids, or Save the Country?

Border Showdown | Save the Kids, or Save the Country?

by Phil Erwin The hot topic this week is the cold-hearted treatment of illegal-immigrant kids by the Trump administration. “Babies… torn from their parents’ arms!” was the oft-repeated TV-host phrase. And… “That is inconsistent with our our American values!” is the ubiquitous on-camera indictment by Democrats – all occasioned by furiously-shared photos of “kid in […]

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” […]

Serving Up Stupidity With the Morning Coffee

Serving Up Stupidity With the Morning Coffee

by Phil Erwin It used to be common in sunny Southern California for restaurants to post a simple decency rule: No Shoes, No Shirt – NO SERVICE! That was back when people thought that cut-offs, tattoos and thongs – on the feet or elsewhere – should be viewed at the beach, not at the dinner […]

Tariffs: Scary? Or Sensible?

Tariffs: Scary? Or Sensible?

by Phil Erwin Well, the President’s made good on another campaign promise. Or more accurately, he’s threatened to make good on imposing tariffs on “cheatin’ China” (he didn’t coin that phrase, but he could have.) The Constitution puts tariffs squarely in the Congressional bailiwick. So when a President threatens tariffs, it could be more a […]

Deep State: The Mask is Slipping

Deep State: The Mask is Slipping

by Phil Erwin The namesake host of FOX’s The Story with Martha McCallum made an interesting observation: Two years ago, when candidate Trump was ten primaries up on his way to the Republican nomination, he was so unpopular, even so hated among rank-and-file Conservatives, he could not even show up at the annual Conservative Political […]