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Now at The Daily Caller.

Want to blow through the poisonous miasma of Russian Collusion to find out what was really going in American political system in the last year or two or twenty? Whatever you do, don't ask Congress to investigate -- not even to ask a few lame questions in five-minute increments. What's the point? Congress is the most expensive dog-and-pony-show on earth. Sure, We, the Taxpayers, pay through the nose for these guys and gals to go to "work" every day: by my calculation (535 X $174,000), Capitol Hill costs Americans at least $93,090,000 annually just for the privilege of being "represented." But the only thing all that power and money coursing through those snaking hallways buys for us is power and money coursing through those...

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I love this lady, whom Dr. Susan Berry has highlighted at Breitbart.

Spread the word: #PullTeenVogue



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Just for a moment, imagine that the Time cover features a different face: not that of the handsome young Donald Trump Jr., but the old one of Bill Clinton, whose every depravity has left him with a withered mask. 

The headlines on my imaginary Clinton cover are the same: "Red Handed. The Russia Scandal Hits Home." My highlighted prompts -- the white-bolded words -- are quite different.

Instead of "Hillary info," "I love it," and "obviously very high level," my cover highlights include:  

$500,000 speech .... Uranium One ... $148 million ... Clinton Foundation ... Rosatom chairman to Putin: “Few could have imagined in the past that we would own 20 percent of U.S. reserves.”

My highlighted prompts, of course, stand for a dense...

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After some time off the grid, I've begun to come up to speed on the reax to President Trump's Western civ speech, which burns with an intensity mismatched with those few airy gusts of pro-West rhetoric Trump delivered in Warsaw last week. For example, that man of letters, Jonathan Capehart, declared himself "triggered" by Trump's having noting that "We," the Western world, "write symphonies." The lovely Amanda Marcotte (she who described abortion as akin to removing a cavity and babies as time-sucking monsters) trashed Trump's address as "alt-rigth" and "white nationalist rhetoric." I am sure they would all say the same of the Constitution.

Not that Trump's Warsaw speech is in that class, of course. It is a noteworthy fact,...

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Clapper lied, Obama spied, Holder let it ride.

Sensenbrenner said all the rights things -- and then it all sank into the Swamp. 

As usual.

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