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The Reader – Edouard Vuillard

Once again, historian Victor Davis Hanson asks the compelling questions.

If there is evidence of collusion, shouldn’t we follow it … even if it leads away from Candidate Trump and to Candidate Clinton?  Read more here.

What is “white” and what is “privilege” ?  Who actually benefits from “white privilege”? Read more here.

Which is better, “mellifluous illegality” or “crass lawfulness”?  Apparently, it depends on whom you are talking to.  Read more here.

 

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seaofsuicide

Melissa Mackenzie of the American Spectator has an excellent essay discussing “Twenty Reasons Mass Killings Happen.”  Her article includes links to several other discussions all arguing basically the same thing (albeit each with a different focus).  Our society is bent on destroying the individual through voluntary moral decay.  We choose evil over good with disastrous consequences.

The best description of the indictment against Russian parties is from Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein:

 

You can read the full indictment here: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/16/text-full-mueller-indictment-on-russian-election-case-415670

homeless

In progressive states across the nation, lawmakers have been neutering themselves.  Illicit drugs are legalized – marijuana, of course.  But Oregon and California have both downgraded possession and use of small quantities of other drugs such as cocaine, heroin and even meth to a misdemeanor charge.  Panhandling, loitering, public nuisance, disorderly conduct and littering laws are routinely ignored in order to “support” the homeless.  Federal immigration laws are countered by the “sanctuary movement” seen in municipalities and even states.  Colleges and other public institutions regularly shut down the fundamental freedoms of free speech and assembly.

However, is this merely a shift in values, a change in how we judge our social behavior?  Or are there real consequences to this acceptance of lawlessness?

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antifa

A call to “Resistance.”  A call for violence against police.  College protests physically threatening speakers and destroying property.  Public performers simulating the murder of the President.  Congressional members threatened in public forums. A parade cancelled because of threats against GOP participants.  Masked ANTIFA members throwing bricks and burning cars.  Freeways blocked.   Death threats to President Trump’s family.  College teachers calling for the execution of Trump supporters.  A GOP headquarters bombed.  Police officers assassinated.  And now a Bernie Sanders supporter attempts to assassinate GOP Congressional leaders and their staff.   The “Resistance” is a violent movement against democracy, law and social order.  It is un-American and dangerous.