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Earlier this week, the Daily Beast published a piece by serial liar, disinformation artist, mixer-upper and Hillary-Clinton-supporter Ron Radosh. (I will resist noting that they deserve each other, but they do.) It is called: "Steve Bannon, Trump's Top Guy, Told Me He Was a `Leninist,' Who `Wants to Destroy the State."

According to the laws of punctuation, the quotation marks around `Leninist' and `Wants to Destroy the State' indicate that these words are actual quotations, but the whole "conversation" smells of a rat.

Why? For starters, Radosh --...

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Having put the lexicon aside back in March, the latest GOPe-unhinging event -- Trump's excellent decision to make Stephen K. Bannon CEO of the Trump campaign -- tell me it's time to pick it up again.

I anticipate, if not new depths exactly, greater shrillness, even more toxicity. Now, where were we? A is for Abortion



-- Jim Geraghty, regular contributor to National Review, March 3, 2016

A is for Abyss

1. "Republicans are not merely making a choice; they are looking into an abyss."

-- Michael Gerson, Washington...

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I am canvassing the news outlets on the shot-in-the-arm presidential election news that Stephen K. Bannon and Kellyanne Conway have vaulted to the helm of the Trump campaign.

Note that Kellyanne Conway, widely respected as a seasoned political pollster, is attracting far, far less attention than Steve Bannon in a news media endlessly concerned (obsessed) with all things female (more accurately, all things non-white-male). As usual, media "concern" (obsession) is exposed as a sham, a means only to advance the Left-wing agenda. (See "feminist"/media rejection of female victims of Bill Clinton's sex crimes for more examples.) 

Clearly, the ascension of Kellyanne Conway does not advance this Left-wing agenda. As the first woman to become campaign manager of a GOP presidential campaign, Conway's very appointment silences one stupid anti-Trump mantra, "he hates women," in a soundbyte. Besides that -- and I only say "besides that" because that's how these bean-counters think -- Conway is a highly regarded, savvy political professional. Therefore, MSM strategy goes (conscious and subconscious), best to overlook that Conway story and see what we can do with anti-Establishment Right and Left Steve Bannon, hmmm? So controversial!! 

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WND.com recently asked me to comment about the resurgence -- or, rather, uninterupted practices -- of the Muslim rape rings in Rotherham and elsewhere in England, the ones that have turned thousands of young mainly native British girls into sex slaves and gave the English language the vile term "grooming gangs."

Noting that "the systematic exploitation, rape and abuse of a nation’s daughters would once have been cause for revolution or war" -- yea, verily -- the article quotes counterterrorism analyst and author of See Something, Say Nothing Phil Haney, who predicts that European governments will respond to "migrant"/Islamic violence against women by warning women "not to incite migrants," presumably by wearing clothing other than sacks. Such pressure,...

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Writing in the Washington Times today, Rowan Scarborough examines the resumes of those 50 "national security Republicans" to sign the latest group-hissy-fit over the fact that 14 million Republican primary voters ignored them and made Donald Trump the GOP presidential nominee.

What does Scarborough find? Fifteen consultants and/or lobbyists, some investors, a bunch of lawyers with corporate clients, fourteen think tankers and nine professors. 

*Pop*

Welcome to the world Washington Insiders terrified that Donald Trump will derail the gravy train and call out their decades of foreign policy disasters.  

Read the article here.

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