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Election Game Changer

The only questions left now are: which side will mobilize more of their voters, and when in fact will we even have a real, official, and certified winner? There are “October surprises” and then there are October bombshells. Social media on Friday morning was afire with multiple versions of a...

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So You Don’t Like President Donald Trump?

You want to lecture others about morals, principles, and “character?” Then don’t stand by those who have none. There is a vaunted prize in American politics: the undecided, apolitical “middle.” These are the independents and late bloomers who make their voting decisions in the last few...

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It’s Not About the Money or the Prostitutes

It’s not a Russian disinformation operation; it’s not a political dirty trick based on lies. Hunter Biden’s laptop is real. As are the emails and pictures on it. Here are the facts. We have the actual service agreement signed by Hunter Biden from when he dropped his hardware. It is his...

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From Alinsky to AOC: Will Communism Finally Win in America?

Have you heard anyone say that the threat America faces is from Communism? I don’t mean before the Berlin Wall fell. I mean now. In 2020. I know you have. But it’s strange, isn’t it? Especially for someone like me whose parents actually lived under Communism, whose father was tortured and...

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General Mattis Has Betrayed the Marines and America

I’m not a Marine, but I know the Marines. With 12-and-a-half years teaching the U.S. military under my belt, I can sincerely say, hand on heart, that the two-and-a-half years I spent at the “Crossroads of the Corps,” teaching at the Marine Corps University in Quantico, were the most...

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General Flynn, Team Obama, and You

Symbols matter. And I don’t mean in the churlish and asinine sense of the “symbology” one might find in a Dan Brown novel. I mean it in the sense of visual shorthand for deep cultural concepts and values. Whether it is the vision of the Iwo Jima Memorial in Washington, D.C., or the sight of...

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Terrorism and China’s Coronavirus

Before I became a proud American citizen, I always saw one of the key characteristics of the American people as an innate common sense. America is a country, for the most part, made up of pragmatists who see the world for how it truly is. This was only reaffirmed for me once I took the oath of...

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Wuhan Coronavirus Must Be Our Sputnik Moment With China

Back then, it seemed to make sense. We were in a Cold War that easily could have turned hot and taken all our lives. Of course, it’s easy to forget that we had 25,000 nuclear warheads aimed at each other across the East-West divide. So if America could cultivate dissension and sow division...

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After the Coronavirus

This too shall pass. When President Trump says that we will overcome the threat posed by the Wuhan Coronavirus, of course, he is right. Despite recent panic selling on the stock market and the day-in-day-out fear-mongering of the legacy media, we are still the strongest and richest nation in the...

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The Counter-Coup Has Begun

I remember as if it were yesterday, telling President Trump’s National Security Adviser, retired three-star General Mike Flynn: “Get 20 DoJ polygraphers here now and have them do single-scope interviews through the whole bloody building!” I didn’t work for the good general, as my job as...

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Vindman is Not Enough

Ralph Waldo Emerson was right. “When you strike at a king,” he wrote, “you must kill him.” But in the case of the deep state versus the commander-in-chief and chief executive of our Republic, like poor marksmen, the political assassins fired shot after shot yet missed their intended target...

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What Iran Started, President Trump Will Finish

Yes we are at war. Not it didn’t start Tuesday night with the missile attack on an air base housing American troops in Iraq. Or last week when President Trump ordered the strike against the Iranian Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani. The war was started 40 years ago by Iran when then-Ayatollah...

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