Tuesday, March 19, 2019
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It was an honor being the very first guest on The Hagmann Report's launch into syndication on Christian TV and radio to discuss The Red Thread with Doug and Joe Hagmann (although I guess I pushed the audio, not video, button on joining the show by mistake! Oh well, that's show biz). 

I am also pleased to announce that the audiobook of The Red Thread, which I narrated, is now available at Audible.com, Amazon,...

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But why? Why not wait until "next time"? That's what happened every other time the "in" party became the "out" party on Election Day. This is the America Way, the peaceful transition of power that has been a hallmark of our democratic republic from the start. What is it that drove the highest Washington officials to risk all? 

Answers here.

 

Dot-connecting conversations are breaking out around my new release, The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Drivers Inside the Anti-Trump Conspiracy, and two of them took place in back-to-back one-hour interviews with Brannon Howse on Worldview Weekend Radio on Monday and Tuesday.

Radio/tv host and president of WVW Broadcast Network Howse noted the clear overlap of key Marxist influences at work inside both what is sometimes described as "the Intelligence Deep State" (and is discussed in The Red Thread) and what Howse called "the Evangelical Deep State," which I was not familiar with. Such infuences include the Frankfurt School and Protestant theologian Reinhold Niebuhr,...

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I am very grateful for the warm reader-response to The Red Thread following its roll-out panel on Friday with Frank Gaffney, Chris Farrell and Rich Higgins at the Center for Security Policy. (You can watch our discussion here.)

Why, if this keeps up, who knows? Amazon may have to rename the category "Anti-Communism, Communism and Socialism"!



I couldn't have asked for a more wonderful panel of experts to help me launch The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Drivers Inside the Anti-Trump Conspiracy, my new (short!) book published by Center for Security Policy Press. 

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr., Executive Chairman of the Center for Security Policy

Chris Farrell, Director for Investigations and Research at Judicial Watch

Rich Higgins, Former Pentagon Official Who Served in the NSC Strategic-Planning Office

The book is now on sale at Amazon in paperback and kindle. The audiobook, which...

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This Facebook LiveStream event will begin at 11am Eastern time on Friday, March 8 at the Center for Security Policy’s Facebook page.

Join a panel of experts as we explore the themes of The Red Thread:

Diana West, Author of The Red ThreadAmerican Betrayal and Death of the Grown-Up...

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Now at The Epoch Times: The Big Lie About "Russian" "Hacking"

Hearing Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) address former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen in committee last week was another grating reminder of how unproven theories—fantasies, even—become big lies: through constant, brazen repetition. At a certain point, they cut channels through the public mind and run through history evermore as “conventional wisdom.” 

We now teeter at this point with the unproven theory—aka big lie—that “the Russians” “hacked” the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Something happened at the DNC in 2016, all right, and that “something” led to the WikiLeaks publication of thousands of DNC emails, and the swift disgrace and resignations of top DNC officials,...

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I am very pleased to announce that my "Red Thread" series, which began at this website, has inspired a new work, The Red Thread: A Search for Ideological Drivers Inside the Anti-Trump Conspiracy.

Forthcoming from the Center for Security Policy Press, this monograph builds on my orginal posts on Nellie Ohr, Christopher Steele, John Brennan, Jonathan Winer, "Russians for Hillary," and others among the motely anti-Trump conspirators. It features masses of brand new material, drawing on thickly footnoted research on James Comey, the Frankfurt School, the CPUSA, Hillary Clinton, Strobe Talbott, John Kerry and more. Even at The Red Thread's svelte 104 pages of text, even as "the red thread" continues unspooling, what has already clearly emerged is an intellectual history of a coup with red roots not only in what we think of as the "Deep State," but in the ongoing Marxist...

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Started the day with a Letter to the Editor of The Spectator US regarding "Andrew McCabe is the new Joe McCarthy" by Charles Lipson, a political science professor emeritus at the University of Chicago.  

Dear Sirs,

In Professor’s Lipson’s recent article, "Andrew McCabe is the new Joe McCarthy,” an egregious slander is perpetuated that cries out for correction.

The famous "decency" question asked by Army counsel Joseph Welch -- "Have you left no sense of decency?" -- reverberates through the ages, hounding Sen. Joseph McCarthy, who died in 1957, age 48, into perpetuity. Few can actually recall the details of the matter. Reader are prompted, Pavlov-style, to conjure a lurid scene of McCarthy's "recklessness" in "outing" some "innocent" person for his Communist Party affiliation.. 

The whole thing is a demonstrable fraud. 

Before the “Army-McCarthy”...

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New at The Epoch Times!

Early in 2018, Franklin Foer published a cover story in The Atlantic titled “The Plot Against America: Paul Manafort and the Fall of Washington.” I think he inadvertently stumbled onto something.

Several points popped out that I can’t stop thinking about, especially now that Manafort is back in the special counsel’s crosshairs, and potentially faces a prison sentence that could well be a death sentence for the 69-year-old. They made me wonder then and they make me wonder now: Was the introduction of Manafort into the Trump campaign itself a “plot against America?”

The Foer article opens with a shocking sequence about Manafort’s time under medical care in 2015: 



“The clinic permitted Paul Manafort one 10-minute...

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Take a look at the teeny tiny face of Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne (above). It is drastically dwarfed by that giant "Soviet banner of victory," which becomes a visual metaphor for the Washington Post itself as it enters a more florid stage of being Bezos' Red Banner. "Trump's war on socialism will fail," the op-ed headline declares, Pravida-pitch-perfect. 

Why "will Trump's war on socialism fail"? Grit your teeth as we enter a new era of New Deal Nostalgia. Because, Dionne tells us, socialism is actually the saving grace of democracy or some such rot. He invokes a "cheeky" New Deal lawyer named Jerome Frank to make this historically obscene case, quoting Frank as saying: “We socialists are trying to save capitalism, and the damned capitalists won’t let us.”

"Jerome Frank was right," Dionne writes. "Those slurred as socialists really do have a good track...

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Kudos to The Daily Caller News Foundation's Andrew Kerr who has teased out the multiple identities of one enemy within -- a self-described Communist and Antifa leader, also founder of Smash Racism DC, variously known as Joseph Alcoff, Jose Martin, Chepe, and various social media handles. As Kerr reported last month, Alcoff/Chepe et al "advocates for the violent overthrow of the government and for the murder of the rich and claims to have international involvement in left-wing movements."

This is huge, but not only because of the individual's revolutionary activities.

As Joseph Alcoff, this same "Chepe"-person was working by day in a "respectable" job at Americans for Financial Reform (AFR),  a Washington, D.C. non-profit that  lobbies members of Congress on the issue of "predatory loans." Andrew Kerr explained: "Meanwhile, in his professional capacity as Alcoff, he’s been quoted in press releases from Democratic Sens. Dianne Feinstein of California and Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin and appeared at an event with Democratic Rep. Don Beyer of Virginia outside the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in March and has been pictured alongside Ohio Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown and California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters."

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Ordinarily, I wouldn't make more than a mental note; however, the "evolution," as they say, of historian and professor Paul Kengor's verdict on pro-Soviet, FDR advisor Harry Hopkins seems worth marking.

Last Sunday, Kengor joined Mark Levin on "Life, Liberty & Levin" to discuss actual Russian influence over the life of this nation. As the author of The Communist, a book about Obama's Communist mentor Frank Marshall Davis, and Dupes, a chronicle of Communist manipulation, Kengor certainly makes a knowlegable guest for any such interview, even if one mere hour of TV can do little more than skim the vastness of the dark, deep subject. Indeed, the pair were able to spent much of the show discussing just one treacherous...

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Some things never change, it's true, especially in the affairs of nations. But if we forget, or never knew, or never understood the immutable nature of the fundamental debate over our character and destiny -- of the fundamental threat to our character and destiny -- we certainly are at risk of losing both.

By chance, I came across a remarkable editorial from the Chicago Tribune, back when probably it really was "the world's greatest newspaper." It is titled "Nationality and the Yellow Campaign" and I have posted it below.

I confess I have not looked up the "Yellow Campaign." In the long-running war between globalism (socialism) and the nation-state, which President Trump re-introduced to us in his "America First" presidential campaign, the Yellow Campaign is clearly home to globalists (socialists).  While the editorial is compatible with "America First," it appeared long before 1940-1941, when the grass-roots movement of that name flourished. It was published on November 7, 1916. So much -- everything -- has changed since then. But the central, animating theme, also its warnings, are directly relevant to the life of our nation in 2019.

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Two years ago, I found myself poring over a long, complicated and hair-raising book written in 1994 called Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA by Terry Reed and investigative reporter John Cummings.

Reading this book was, alternately, like racing through a thriller, discovering (more) American history on the dark side, and trekking through a terrible legal labyrynth. It is the story of Terry Reed, from his early life as a patriotic boy in Missouri who turned 18 in 1960,...

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Rather amazing to end 2018 and begin 2019 still talking about "America First," the idea that became a movement eighty years ago, briefly (1940-1941), before extinguishing itself as soon as America entered World War II, following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (instigated, in large part, as a result of complex influence operations run by Moscow in Tokyo and...

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Following then-candidate Trump's electrifying foreign policy address in the spring of 2016 in which he set forth his counter-revolutionary vision for putting American interests first in the world, I embarked on a course of research into the American First movement in this country. I presented this research (above) at a symposium in the summer of 2016 sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Strategy and Politics.

In light of President Trump's recent decision to withdraw US forces from Syria -- which retired Army Col. Douglas Macgregor called "brilliant" -- and the imminent departure of Defense Secretary James "World Order" Mattis, it seems like an apt moment to repost given that President Trump seems to have decided to strengthen his commitment to his original foreign policy agenda.

Here, also, is a link to the address,...

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John Guandolo created this beautiful video after the recent death of Admiral James "Ace" Lyons. He writes:

This video is a short and meager attempt to honor our friend Ace.  To me it was not only his fierceness in speaking boldly about real threats to our liberty and society, but his charm and sense of humor that I loved.

It is hard to describe how much we all miss him.



I have been pleasantly surprised to watch American Betrayal unfold on Twtter as Brett MacDonald (@TweetBrettMac), now reading the book, transforms conventional underlining and note-taking into a lively Twitter feed.

Early on, however, he detected the atmospherics of "controversy" about the book, picked up a copy of The Rebuttal, and...

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America lost a great one when Admiral James A. "Ace" Lyons died this morning in Faquier County, Virginia. I will be writing more; for now, here is a short video which offers a vivid glimpse of this remarkable man. 



The headline at Gates of Vienna, "The Stasi Goes to Kindergarten," tends toward the nuanced and ironic, but them's the facts. A foundation partly funded by Soros's Open Society Foundation and led by Annette Kahane, former Stasi spy, has produced an abominable teacher's guide to spying on kindergartners to identify the children who come from traditional German homes. Worse, this Stasi  kiddie guide opens with a endorsement from a German government minister, who, it should be observed, like Angela Merkel, grew up in Communist East Germany. 

Have enough pieces finally come together so it becomes clear we are watching the 21st-century version of the Comintern make war on nation-state...

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Now at Epoch Times

The subject of yesterday's Epoch Times column, "When the S-Word Was Taboo," is something I have been thinking and writing about for a long time. The CNN anecdote appears in American Betrayal in the larger context of deception and self-deception in what we should think of as the socializing of  America, if not the Sovietizing of Ameria.

See below for what follows the introduction of thr S-word taboo (circa 2008) in the final pages of Chapter 1, American Betrayal.

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Once upon a short time ago, no one would say the S-word, "Socialist.” I know. I was there.  

It was a few weeks before the 2008 presidential election, when, during a televised campaign stop in Ohio, Candidate Obama broadcast his belief in economic redistribution to "Joe the Plumber.” “I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody,” Obama said. Abruptly, the “post-partisan” mask Obama wore throughout the campaign had slipped. Did it reveal the Marxist underneath? Did this would-be emperor wear antidemocratic clothes?

To anyone paying attention, the answers (yes and yes) were already obvious. We knew from Stanley Kurtz, for example, writing at National Review Online, on the eve of Obama’s first election in 1995 (he won an Illinois State Senate seat), Obama articulated his collectivist ideology:

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I will not be providing comprehensive analysis of the Paris riots today; however, as I try to follow events, and the interpretations of events, I am continually nagged internally. Through the smoke and fire, we just can't see everything that appears to be going on -- green carbon/fuel tax riots that have ballooned into a violent movement against the annoying globalist tool Macron. Yes, there is something magical in watching riot police doff their helmets as maskless "yellow jackets" break into a rendition of La Marseillaise. But would these same patriotic singers then turn around and sack the Arc de Triomphe -- and burn and smash everything else they can set fire to and sledgehammer around the most exclusive (expensive) neighborhoods of Paris?

What would the Tea Party do? That...

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A generation later, George H. W. Bush's many presidential speeches about the "new world order" are especially striking for a naive-sounding but rigidly ideological outlook with origins on the Utopian and Marxist Left. He saw what he wanted to see, and tried to use his awesome powers to force his "vision thing" into being. He did not succeed. No one does. What such "seers" do, however, is enable the tricksters, frauds and villains of the world to advance. We might start with Bill Clinton. 

What accounts for President Bush's posthumous popularity in the news media which shook off his presidency  like a Reagan hangover? Republican or not, Bush 41, like Bush 43, is now, in the Trump era, recognized as one of them -- the...

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The syndicated column of mine reposted below first appeared in June 2014 -- exactly one year before Donald Trump overturned the collective political applecart and entered the race for the presidency.

It's funny how memory and chronology so often fail to mesh without a refresher course in the record. I had mistakenly come to believe that the "save the liberal world order campaign" had coalesced in the wake of America-First-Trump. Here we see it being set forth as a plan for a new kind of "bi-partisan" Bush-Clintonoid unity on the "liberal world order" between the necons in the GOP and the Clintonites in the Democratic Party -- the very same people who would later on style themselves as "Never Trump" and "the Resistance."  

Trump didn't have the effect of creating this creepy alliance of new world order-ites; his fight for the White House blew up their best-laid...

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Growing up there was no columnist I admired more than William Safire. I never got a chance to meet him, although I did get to know him, in a way, through writing a profile piece about him years ago for Clay Felker at M Inc. (I must upload it one of these days.) Safire declined to be interviewed. After the piece appeared, however, he sent me this very nice postcard :



At every year's end, Safire would run a column of mutliple-choice-questions on events to come in the new year. (I recently discovered an old set, filled out by New Year's revellers, in my late dad's piano bench.) I am reminded of Safire's annual exercise in crystal-ballery on re-reading a column he wrote about Robert Mueller -- whom he had earlier dubbed "Eric Holder's gift to Justice."

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Now at The Epoch Times

Imagine Einstein settling on C = mc2. Imagine McDonald's serving up quarter-pounders with cabbage. Imagine filling up the car with the garden hose. Imagine Americans approaching domestic subversion  with the Kremlin-inspired line on "McCarthyism." 

Welcome to our death spiral. 

I am sorry to report that my occasional series defending the late Joseph McCarthy now turns to John Solomon, one of precious few journalists with...

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The extent to which The Death of the Grown-Up and American Betrayal remain lenses through which so many events still may be examined continues to amaze me. Yesterday's radio shows took both books through their paces.

My chat with Frank Gaffney opens with Boo Boo Acosta and, more important, his "parents" at CNN. We also discussed the good old Obama days -- as in, "Remember When Obama Wouldn't Show ID?" (This...

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Now at The Epoch Times 

Nov.16, 2018, is the 85th anniversary of an event that most Americans have never heard of. As I argue in my book, “American Betrayal,” it’s the seminal event in modern U.S. history. On this day in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt extended “normal diplomatic relations” to the communist dictatorship under Joseph Stalin in Moscow.

In exchange for a page of Soviet concessions signed by Foreign Minister Maxim Litvinov (who, with Prohibition-era beer on his breath, returned to the Soviet Embassy “all smiles … and said,...

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"Remember When Obama Wouldn't Show ID?" is now available at Amazon. 

From the Introduction:

On November 9, 2018, Michelle Obama began to roll out her memoir, Becoming, one-half of the $65 million “joint deal” she and Barack Obama inked with Crown Books. Notably, the first round of headlines about the book were less about the life of the former First Lady than about her roiling anger at President Trump.

What stokes this anger? 

Of the disputed Constitutional eligibility of her husband to be President of the United States, Michelle...

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If you have voted Red and are watching the clock, here's some non-election food for thought that we return to tomorrow. Nellie Ohr and "McCarthyism," as discussed on The Audrey Russo Show, with, of course, the inimitable Audey Russo.

Listen here. 





Returning from a few days away, I find several emails alerting me to a recent pronouncement by David Horowitz on his supposed rift with Ronald Radosh. 

Supposed...? 

Truth be told, every time I happen to write either of those two names, I stop, halted by misgivings over  wasted time and thought. Why throw any more of either at these two longtime prevaricators now pretending to be at odds?

Pretending...?  

It's just a notion, but I think it has some appeal. If only to avoid thinking about the midterm elections now in progress (Vote GOP!), I'll tease it out for a bit. Maybe there's something there.

Background (there's always background): On August...

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Listen to the whole show here.

 

A good time was had by all -- and I finally found a "safe space" in DC to wear my MAGA hat.



Last week was an especially conversational one for me. Here are links to three different interviews in chronological order.

1) This week's Secure Freedom Radio appearance was special because instead of a 8 or 9 minute segment, Frank Gaffney and I extended our conversation over an entire show. 

From the Secure Freedom Radio description:

(PART ONE)

The nomination and confirmation hearings of Justice Kavanaugh

How cultural Marxism has operated in America 

(PART TWO):

How cultural Marxists and others plan to fundamentally transform the US

Why the end of WWII informs current events

(PART THREE):

Are there subversives in our governing institutions?

Describing the “red thread”

(PART FOUR):

The collaboration between the radical left and Islamists

Using the campaign against McCarthy today

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I call Nellie Ohr “the woman in the middle.” A Soviet history Ph.D., Ohr worked for Glenn Simpson’s Fusion GPS as it was creating what is known as the “Steele dossier” of uncorroborated allegations of Trump-Russia “collusion.” She is also married to Bruce Ohr, a senior career Justice Department official whose involvement in the “dossier” affair, including contacts with the dossier’s eponym, retired British intelligence agent Christopher Steele, led to his 2017 demotion. Nellie Ohr is expected to appear for the first time before the House Judiciary Committee on Oct. 19.

So many lines of inquiry present themselves—where to begin? Here is a...

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Yesterday, I had the pleasure of exploring some hot topics in some depth with Frank Gaffney over the full hour of Secure Freedom Radio. 

Here is the show.

Andy Bostom was kind enough to transcribe a couple of highlights, which indicate the direction of what I found to be a very interesting conversation.

 





John Solomon reports at The Hill that former FBI general counsel James Baker has admitted to Congress that he met with Democratic National Committee lawyer Michael Sussman of Perkins Coie in September 2016 and received "documents and a thumb drive related to Russian interference in the election, hacking and possible Trump connections." 

This is a key addition to the mounting pile of evidence that the FBI was fully aware of the partisan political origins of the Trump-Russia allegations, and nevertheless advanced them as solid "intelligence" on applying to the FISA court for authorization to spy on the Trump team.

Solomon also discusses James Baker's communications with David Corn of Mother Jones, which I highlighted here, noting the incongruity, once upon a normal time, of an FBI general counsel in communication with a reporter from a far-Left publication...

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Now at The Epoch Times

An open letter to Brent Bozell, Tucker Carlson, Sen. John Cornyn, Jerome Corsi, Joseph diGenova, Sen. Lindsay Graham, Hugh Hewitt, Sen. Mitch McConnell, Bill O’Reilly, President Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and all other conservatives who still decry “McCarthyism”:

How about reconsidering the origins of “McCarthyism” and understanding them for what they are—the very seeds of our Marxian destruction and collective shambles?

To set the scene, imagine that post-World War II period, when Americans were still trying to assess the depths and toxicity of the original “swamp,”...

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There is a new development in the investigation of the anti-Trump conspiracy. James Baker, general counsel of the FBI, was talking with David Corn of Mother Jones in the weeks before the 2016 election. On October 31, 2016, it was Corn who became the first reporter to reveal the existence of an anti-Trump "dossier" compiled by an anonymous Western intelligence agent (Christopher Steele). After a year of Fusion GPS stonewalling, the American people finally learned that the DNC and Hillary Clinton had paid for it.

Today, Corn denied Baker was his source. Whatever. Why, though, would Baker be talking to Corn? That is, why would the general counsel of the FBI be talking to Mother Jones? 

This is a serious question. Talking with the press isn't a general counsel's job. What would make Baker want to talk with Mother Jones and not send the call down to press relations?...

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Some seventy years ago, after Alger Hiss lied under oath and was believed, celebrated, lionized as "credible." Whittaker Chambers was finally able to prove his case with evidence.

On the day of Hiss's initial set of bald-faced lies to the nation, though, even Chambers' biggest congressional supporters were shaken, calling him up at his office at Time magazine, asking if he was sure he was right about Hiss.

From American Betrayal, p. 179

“Are you sure,” “In a voice in which I caught the unmistakable note of des- peration,” Chambers would write, he asked, “are you sure you are right about Alger Hiss?”

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Last night the management of Fiola, a D.C. restaurant near the Capitol on Pennsylvania Ave., NW,  permitted a screaming anti-Kavanaugh mob to seize control of its space, driving Sen and Mrs. Ted Cruz from their table and out a restaurant side door.

The restaurant might as well hang a sign in the window, Only Antifa-Approved Diners Welcome. (NOTE: Fiola has since released a statement saying that after staff "diffused the situation," Sen and Mrs. Cruz soon returned to the restaurant to resume their "exceptional" meal.)

What I wanted to point out, however, was the similarity between Debbie Ramirez's "Code of Ethics" (discussed here) and the triumphant...

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Now at The Epoch Times

Amid The New Yorker's coaxed and uncorroborated smears of Judge Kavanaugh by Yale classmate Debbie Ramirez, hidden clues to Ramirez's ideological identity appear: 

Ramirez is a registered Democrat, but said that her decision to speak out was not politically motivated and, regarding her views, that she “works toward human rights, social justice, and social change.”

... Ramirez said that she hoped her story would support that of Christine Blasey Ford.

First, it is a testament to the tragic state of a Yale education that a graduate would emit such cant to describe her "views"; however, it is also revelatory of an animus so all-consuming that it is almost possible Ramirez doesn't believe herself to be "politically...

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A Twitter thread.

The new mantra that we must take Christine Ford and her hazy (drunken?) high school memory of being mauled at a teen house party in early 1980s "seriously" is like something we might have to chant in Mao's re-education camps.

As we now know, Ford came to lawmakers & media in JULY -- ample time to address claims -- but her toxic charges was deployed in 11th hour ambush instead. This is not a "serious" claim. This is political warfare.

Ford offered none of the anchoring details that differentiate a charge from a smear. We are supposed to take "seriously" what amounts to social media graffiti -- no chronology, no place, no time, no memory of how she got there, no contemporaneous witnesses to her distress.

Correction: she offered 1 detail...

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Read at Epoch Times

James O'Keefe's new and unfolding Deep State series has already revealed that self-identifying "Communists" are still boring from within the US government to destroy it, all the while enjoying the privilege of a federal job, including good salary and generous benefits paid for by We, the Taxpayers. 

Such covert, tax-payer-funded Communist networks reached critical mass in the Roosevelt administration of the 1930s. As some readers know, the catastrophic "policy perversion" that Communists, pro-Communists, fellow travelers, dupes, and, of course, Kremlin...

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