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Last month, American Betrayal received its 235th 5-star review at Amazon, for which I am very grateful. The review also includes a somewhat startling admission.



Extremely kind words aside, is it not a jolt to see the reviewer's explanation as to why it had taken three years before he or she got around to reading a book pre-ordered in 2013? 

A commentator named Charlene picked up on this same point this week, writing in reply:



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While pondering whether we will ever realize how good we had it when riches and plenty were such that the Washington Post could freak out about "gender barriers" in bartending (...let that sink in a moment...) I note the extent to which the Food section is raw agit prop.

From midway down the lead story by M. Carrie Allan, "Get Everyone in the Mix: The craft cocktail has helped some women rise as bartenders, but old biases die hard":

... But it’s made me wonder: When a subculture identifies deeply with a historical heyday in which women and minorities had little place, does some of that baggage seep into modern iterations, disguised as simple aesthetics?

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North Carolina State Troopers having a word of fellowship and prayer before being deployed on the streets of Charlotte.

H/t @DebraBurlingame



On October 17, 1997, President Bill Clinton was in Buenos Aires, boosting Mercosur, yet another sovereignty-eroding "free" trading bloc, this one in South America.   

He spoke quite frankly about his intentions to reorganize the world by merging economies into a global system. 

Seriously. 

Clinton said:

What I'm trying to do is to promote a process of reorganization of the world so that human beings are organized in a way that takes advantage of the new opportunities of this era and permits them to beat back the problems. ... 

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The official White House portrait

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Will this dark story become a campaign issue -- a matter set before the people as a measure of Hillary Clinton's character, and, it should be said, soul? By her own recorded audio account, Hillary Clinton was not simply providing professional legal counsel to a pedophile/rapist as our justice system requires. She was getting him off by any means necessary -- never mind the Arkansas 6th-grader who had been sexually and brutally assaulted -- at the beginning of a long, self-branded and thoroughly hypocritical career...

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I could not have prepared better for Lou Dobbs' question last night regarding Trump's weaker polling with the weaker sex than having watched this video -- "I Thought You Should Know.

The video introduces a brutal rape of a 12-year-old girl that took place in 1975 in Arkansas. A 41-year-old man named Thomas Alfred Taylor stood trial. His defense counsel was a freshly minted lawyer named Hillary Rodham. She got him off.

Once you start reading more deeply into this case, thanks to the crack research of Alana Goodman for the Washington Free Beacon, which broke the story open in 2014, it becomes clear: This case is Hillary Clinton's Chappaquiddick -- the original moral stain, which, as with Ted Kennedy, once exposed, becomes her ultimate undoing.  

Clinton's involvement in this Arkansas child-rape trial was not a matter of providing counsel to a defendant, as our system requires. It was jumping through...

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Have a listen -- with thanks to Andrew Bostom for capturing the segment. 





It's got to be Trump. You tell me how else to read the headline of today's lead story in the Washington Post:

Russia suspected of election scheme

U.S PROBES PLAN TO SOW VOTER DISTRUST

Potential disruptions to balloting feared, officials say

If Hillary Clinton's election were really in the bag the way they keep telling us it is, I find it hard to believe that the Washington Post, anti-Trump to a Pravda-like rev of agit-prop-hysterics, would be laying down the line that Russian election tampering is to be "feared" in November. 

The story opens:

U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies are investigating what they see as a broad...

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