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Lawyers, Guns
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Originally posted by sdy:
http://www.powerlineblog.com/a...-comey-confesses.php

Quote from Comey book:

"It is entirely possible that, because I was making decisions in an environment where Hillary Clinton was sure to be the next president, my concern about making her an illegitimate president by concealing the restarted investigation bore greater weight than it would have if the election were closer or if Donald Trump were ahead in all polls. But I don’t know."

blogger's comments:

He didn’t want the forthcoming Clinton administration to be “illegitimate.” Of course, his entire effort since Donald Trump won the election has been to make the Trump administration illegitimate.

Corrupt and partisan bureaucrats like James Comey can do incalculable damage.


What it comes down to is this:
He thought Hillary was going to win:
"Hillary Clinton was sure to be the next president...," and he didn't want to damage her presidency. So, he helped her. He doesn't say in so many words that he helped her, but he basically admits it. He acted based on his (wrong) political calculation. He thought she would soon be his boss. He wanted her favor.

And yes, his entire effort since Donald Trump won the election has been to try to make the Trump administration illegitimate.


"To ban guns because criminals use them is to tell the law abiding that their rights depend not on their own conduct but, on the conduct of the guilty and the lawless."
- Lysander Spooner

"The United States government is the largest criminal enterprise on earth."
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air strikes - a great start to Saturday

lots of people say that violence is never an answer, but most times is a great solution



Participating in a gun buy back program because you think criminals have too many guns is like having yourself castrated because you think your neighbor has too many kids

"I'm only myself when I have a guitar in my hands." - George Harrison


 
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Originally posted by mbinky:
The report comes out in May huh. So by June we will know if Sessions really is a man of law and order or if he is just another establishment hack like Holder/Lynch.

I wonder if Sleepy Sessions will come out of hibernation by then?


"To ban guns because criminals use them is to tell the law abiding that their rights depend not on their own conduct but, on the conduct of the guilty and the lawless."
- Lysander Spooner

"The United States government is the largest criminal enterprise on earth."
-rduckwor
 
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The intel and judiciary committees are doing a good job.

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They want the Comey memos about the meetings w President Trump. Comey gave some of them to Columbia University Professor Daniel Richman to leak to the press.

(actually it has been reported that there 7 memos, and Comey gave 4 of them to Richman)

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diff topic: I hope that after all the dust settles, we will all have a positive opinion of Jeff Sessions. The events and challenges of the Trump administration are unlike anything I have ever seen.

We used to pride ourselves on the amazing process where every 4 or 8 years, the reins of power were handed over to the new leaders. That American tradition has been broken in 2016.

There is no doubt in my mind that a wide group of people are trying to overturn the 2016 election. By any means they can.
 
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I think there is hope of that, quite a bit.

Back in the Watergate days, a couple of police beat reporters became rich and famous supposedly for bringing down the President of the US.

I’ve never bought into that. There were some, Deep Throat among them, who realized it was the professional work of the career agents and prosecutors who did the heavy lifting, and who got next to no public credit.

What did the reporters do? Follow up on leaks provided by DT, who was a senior FBI executive.

Look who brought us the McCabe firing and report. The agents and attorneys doing what they do best, investigating, comparing stories, checking facts, and acting when they have solid grounds to do so. It looks like that same thing is in the works for other aspects of the abuses and misbehaviors we have read about.

It must be tempting to react to the pressures of press, media and public, saddle up a full blown press office and satiate the braying crowds clamoring for news that the miscreant of the moment is or shortly will be perp-walked to prison, slam, bam, clank, ten years in the stony lonesome, no time off for good behavior.

The Watergate burglars were caught in June, 1972. Most convicted of crimes in that “matter” started their sentences in 1976 or so.




Luckily, I have enough willpower to control the driving ambition that rages within me.

When you had the votes, we did things your way. Now, we have the votes and you will be doing things our way. This lesson in political reality from Lyndon B. Johnson

"Some things are apparent. Where government moves in, community retreats, civil society disintegrates and our ability to control our own destiny atrophies. The result is: families under siege; war in the streets; unapologetic expropriation of property; the precipitous decline of the rule of law; the rapid rise of corruption; the loss of civility and the triumph of deceit. The result is a debased, debauched culture which finds moral depravity entertaining and virtue contemptible." - Justice Janice Rogers Brown
 
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Originally posted by nhtagmember:
air strikes - a great start to Saturday

lots of people say that violence is never an answer, but most times is a great solution
Robert A. Heinlein thought highly of it.

flashguy




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When they ask me, "Paper or plastic?" I just say, "Doesn't matter to me. I am bi-sacksual."
 
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Originally posted by flashguy:
Robert A. Heinlein thought highly of it.


“Anyone who clings to the historically untrue—and thoroughly immoral—doctrine that ‘violence never solves anything’ I would advise to conjure up the ghosts of Napoleon Bonaparte and of the Duke of Wellington and let them debate it. The ghost of Hitler could referee, and the jury might well be the Dodo, the Great Auk, and the Passenger Pigeon. Violence, naked force, has settled more issues in history than has any other factor, and the contrary opinion is wishful thinking at its worst. Breeds that forget this basic truth have always paid for it with their lives and their freedoms.”
Starship Troopers




“The [Roman] legions had crumbled not because organizational weaknesses, technological backwardness, or even problems of command and discipline, but because of the dearth of free citizens who were willing to fight for their own freedom and the values of their civilization.”
— Victor Davis Hanson, Why the West Has Won
 
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Allan Dershowitz

http://www.breitbart.com/video...should-have-run-fbi/

video at link

On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz stated former FBI Director James Comey “is revenge-driven,” and never should have been in charge of the FBI.

Dershowitz stated Comey never been FBI Director in the first place, adding, “This is a man who is revenge-driven, who was prepared to leak through a law professor at Columbia, who was prepared to disclose confidential conversations he had with the president-elect and the president of the United States. He’s exactly the wrong person to have headed the most important law enforcement agency in the United States. … I now have only very strong negative feelings about him, and he just enhances the suspicion that, I think so many Americans now have of law enforcement, and we ought to be trusting law enforcement. And nobody today would trust Comey with secrets or confidences.”

Dershowitz also characterized Comey’s book as “the worst possible book, at the worst possible time, for the worst possible reasons.”
 
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Trump Tax Cuts Mostly Pay For Themselves
Investors Business Daily has an excellent editorial on the macroeconomic effects of the recently-enacted tax reform bill. It highlights, once again, the peril of uncritically parroting top-line Congressional Budget Office analyses:

When the Congressional Budget Office released its updated budget forecast, everyone focused on the deficit number. But buried in the report was the CBO’s tacit admission that it vastly overestimated the cost of the Trump tax cuts, because it didn’t account for the strong economic growth they would generate.

Among the many details in the report, the one reporters focused on was the CBO’s forecast that the federal deficit would top $1 trillion in 2020, two years earlier than the CBO had previously said.

And, naturally, most news accounts blamed the tax cuts. “U.S. budget deficit to balloon on Republican tax cuts” is how Reuters put it in a headline.

Of course they did! But Reuters will never headline, “Republican tax cuts fuel economic growth.”

But there’s more to the story that the media overlooked.

First, the CBO revised its economic forecast sharply upward this year and next.

Last June, the CBO said GDP growth for 2018 would be just 2%. Now it figures growth will be 3.3% — a significant upward revision. It also boosted its forecast for 2019 from a meager 1.5% to a respectable 2.4%.

“Underlying economic conditions have improved in some unexpected ways since June,” the CBO says.

“Unexpectedly!” as Glenn Reynolds likes to say. Those who lack any understanding of how the world works are continually surprised.

In any case, the CBO now expects GDP to be $6.1 trillion bigger by 2027 than it did before the tax cuts.

The CBO report also makes clear that this faster-growing economy will offset most of the costs of the Trump tax cuts.

In a table buried in the appendix of the CBO report, it shows that, before accounting for economic growth, the tax cuts Trump signed into law late last year would cut federal revenues by $1.69 trillion from 2018-2027.

But it goes on to say that higher rate of GDP growth will produce $1.1 trillion in new revenues. In other words, 65% of the tax cuts are paid for by extra economic growth.

The CBO also now projects savings of $150 billion on food stamps, unemployment insurance, etc., due to a faster-growing economy.

The battle over how the CBO scores legislation–static vs. dynamic–has been going on for a long time. Static scoring, which Democrats consistently advocate, is obviously wrong, as everyone knows important legislation like the Trump tax cuts will affect economic growth. The problem comes in identifying the most accurate dynamic model in a given situation. But what the CBO deems “unexpected” was, in fact, anticipated by us and by pretty much every competent economist (i.e., everyone except Paul Krugman).

The IBD editorial concludes by fingering ever-escalating spending as the problem that has yet to be addressed. Economic growth lifts a lot of boats, but unacceptable deficits will nevertheless continue as long as swamp Republicans join Democrats in flinging money around irresponsibly.
Powerlineblog.com (John Hinderaker): CBO: Trump Tax Cuts Mostly Pay for Themselves


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Trump strikes Syria, media fire back, and other examples of their war against the president

Fox News
Dan Gainor

Following the missile attack by U.S., French and British forces on Syrian chemical weapons targets that President Trump announced Friday, the anti-Trump media immediately fired back at the president, wondering if he ordered the strike to divert attention from news coverage of his troubles at home.

CNN anti-Trump Republican commentator Ana Navarro took the chance to bash President Trump once more, tweeting: “It is true Trump may have ordered strikes against Syria to distract attention from Comey book & Cohen investigation.” She referred to the new book by fired FBI Director James Comey filled with criticism of the president, and to a U.S. Justice Department investigation of the president’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen.

MSNBC’s far-left Rachel Maddow said on her show minutes after President Trump announced the Syria attack that foreign leaders may believe the U.S. president “issued the order to launch this strike tonight, even in part, because … he wanted to distract from a catastrophic domestic scandal that is blowing up at home at the same time.”

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman fired off a series of tweets saying the president is “dishonest, corrupt, quite possibly being blackmailed by a hostile foreign power” and raising the question: “Could such a man deliberately wag the dog?”

“Wag the Dog” is a 1997 films that tells the fictional story of a Hollywood producer and a spin doctor who stage a fake war to dominate new coverage and successfully divert media attention from a presidential sex scandal.


The New York Times used its editorial page to take President Trump to task for the attack on Syria. While the newspaper said the limited attack was “reassuring,” it criticized the president for acting without congressional approval. It urged Congress to pass legislation limiting presidential power to wage war rather than “ceding broad powers to an impulsive president with dubious judgment.”

Other pundits kept up the anti-Trump onslaught. The Atlantic Senior Editor David Frum also blasted Trump repeatedly, claiming: “The lives of Americans and the peace of the world are in hands you wouldn't trust with your beer money.” He went on to argue that “the political leadership of the US is broken. No new wars under this president.”

Esquire writer Charles P. Pierce mocked the president’s comments after the strike: “Child very proud of new toy. And his fully-approved dollars.”

CNN White House reporter Kaitlan Collins was one of several in the media to criticize Trump’s use of the term “mission accomplished.” She retweeted a comment by the president, adding this: “Oh man. ‘Mission accomplished.’ A phrase George W. Bush used in 2003, and later came to regret because it conveyed the wrong message, that the Iraq war was over.”

RT, the embarrassingly pro-Putin Russian propaganda outlet, ran this unsubtle headline: “US acting as ‘ISIS air force’ in Syria, spreads ‘conscious, transparent lie’ – analysts to RT.”

2. Going into the Sewer:

There’s an old saying: “Sex sells.” The media have clearly embraced that money-making idea, working overtime to draw viewers, readers and listeners by focusing much of their recent coverage on the Trump presidency on unproven and salacious allegations about the sexual behavior of the president many years ago.

The prevailing media wisdom is that stories about President Trump’s success in creating jobs, cutting taxes, getting rid of needless regulations and accomplishing so much else is B-O-R-I-N-G.

But allegations that president denies about his sex life? Hey – that’s entertainment that will draw an audience! As satirist Tom Lehrer sang in his 1960sc ode to pornography, titled “Smut”: “More, more I’m still not satisfied!”

Stormy Daniels wasn’t enough. It wasn’t enough for the media to go digging through the ancient claims of a former porn star to try to find dirt on a president they hate. They had to jump in the sewer. CBS and NBC actually cautioned viewers about content Friday, with NBC anchor Lester Holt giving parents “a warning if there are small kids in the room.”


Comey’s new book helped the media dive into the filth. Titled “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership,” the book hits the stands next week and major media have been doing everything but standing on street corners selling copies.

Their obsession focused on Comey’s comments about allegations – without a shred of evidence backing them up – claiming that President Donald Trump was involved with prostitutes in Moscow. President Trump has vehemently denied the sensationalist charge. This has become a national news story because journalists desperately want it to be true.

ABC anchor and former top aide to President Clinton George Stephanopoulos had a full interview with Comey. Part of that interview appeared on “Good Morning America” to help push Comey’s book.

Stephanopoulos asked: “Was President Trump obstructing justice? Should Donald Trump be impeached?” Then the show cut to a promo … like there’s a person in America who doesn’t know what Comey will claim.

It wasn’t just impeachment. Hillary Clinton biographer Carl Bernstein continued trying to tie President Trump to President Richard Nixon. He told CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360”: “We’re in a constitutional crisis,” arguing that President Trump will shut down the meandering investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election. Despite repeated claims that this will happen, the media have been wrong every time on this.

CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta questioned the president’s willingness to send out tweets criticizing Comey, asking: “Isn't all of that a bit unbecoming the presidency, of this White House to go after him (Comey) in such a personal way like that? Calling him a slime ball and a liar and a leaker?”

The GOP responded to Comey claims by reminding the world how much Democrats discredited Comey earlier, when they hated him for reporting on the FBI investigation of the Hillary Clinton email scandal. Republicans created an embarrassing video that shows politician after politician tearing down the fired FBI director they now lionize. Don’t look for much of that on TV news. It destroys the narrative.

Because that’s what this is about. The Chicago Tribune ran a telling column headlined: “Donald Trump's presidency is collapsing.” That’s what the left and media want.

Ultimately, the anti-Trump journalists couldn’t care less about Daniels, prostitutes, etc. Their goal is to undermine the president with an onslaught of “news” intended to embarrass him and drive him from office any way they can.

3. Social Media Isn’t So Social: Social media had a down-and-up week following a bizarre tweet from Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and then Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s apology tour of Capitol Hill.

Dorsey kicked off the week, posting “The Great Lesson of California in America’s New Civil War.” The article described how California became a one-party state and said “there’s no way that a bipartisan path provides the way forward” for the United States. There’s only one way, going left. The article was widely mocked online. Dorsey’s take? “Great read.” Disheartening for anyone hoping for fair treatment on Twitter.

Zuckerberg spoke first to committees in the Senate and then a House committee, saying he was “sorry” 15 separate times. The discussion was notable for a few reasons. National Review called it: “Grandpa Tries to Interrogate Your Company’s IT Guy.” The magazine wasn’t wrong.


Members of Congress were sometimes poorly prepped, not just on the workings of social media, but the workings of the Internet. Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawaii didn’t even understand you can’t email within WhatsApp, “which is a text-messaging and voice-call app.”

Republicans hammered home points about mistreatment of the right online. Zuckerberg responded to a grilling from Texas Sen. Ted Cruz by admitting: “Facebook and the tech industry are located in Silicon Valley, which is an extremely left-leaning place.”

Zuckerberg denied Democratic claims that Facebook had aided the Obama campaign in 2012. Don’t hold your breath waiting for journalists to dig into that story to find out what really happened.

4. The Paul Ryan Tidal Wave: Remember the tidal wave in “Deep Impact,” the lesser of the 1998 meteor movies? That’s what the media envision will happen in November, predicting that Democrats will gain majority control in the House and Senate.

This week’s announced retirement of unpopular House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., further emphasized the media narrative. NBC correspondent Kasie Hunt underscored how “Ryan couldn't escape the building blue (Democratic) wave.”

MSNBC anchor Lawrence O’Donnell said: “The big blue wave is looking so big, so overwhelming” to explain why Ryan is retiring. O’Donnell added: “Paul Ryan will take his seat as simply the worst of this country's speakers of the House of Representatives” and placed him below a “pedophile” and those who were “slave-owning.”

The New York Times theoretically conservative columnist Bret Stephens told MSNBC that Ryan’s refusal to resign to protest Trump “is going to be a stain on his political reputation forever.”

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Luckily, I have enough willpower to control the driving ambition that rages within me.

When you had the votes, we did things your way. Now, we have the votes and you will be doing things our way. This lesson in political reality from Lyndon B. Johnson

"Some things are apparent. Where government moves in, community retreats, civil society disintegrates and our ability to control our own destiny atrophies. The result is: families under siege; war in the streets; unapologetic expropriation of property; the precipitous decline of the rule of law; the rapid rise of corruption; the loss of civility and the triumph of deceit. The result is a debased, debauched culture which finds moral depravity entertaining and virtue contemptible." - Justice Janice Rogers Brown
 
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Because that’s what this is about. The Chicago Tribune ran a telling column headlined: “Donald Trump's presidency is collapsing.” That’s what the left and media want.

Ultimately, the anti-Trump journalists couldn’t care less about Daniels, prostitutes, etc. Their goal is to undermine the president with an onslaught of “news” intended to embarrass him and drive him from office any way they can.

Yep.

Here's another dose of the drivel the left is peddling:

Michael Cohen and the End Stage of the Trump Presidency

This is the week we know, with increasing certainty, that we are entering the last phase of the Trump Presidency. This doesn’t feel like a prophecy; it feels like a simple statement of the apparent truth.

https://www.newyorker.com/news...the-trump-presidency


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- Lysander Spooner

"The United States government is the largest criminal enterprise on earth."
-rduckwor
 
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Man when he gets re-elected for another four years central park in NYC is gonna be full of smoldering idiots Wink
 
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and Adam Schiff is still peddling BS

http://www.breitbart.com/video...mp-russia-collusion/

STEPHANOPOULOS you heard Sarah Sanders say there’s been absolutely no evidence of any kind of collusion come forward. The president’s gone farther saying there is no collusion and that’s been concluded by the investigators. You’re still investigating.

SCHIFF: We’re still investigating. This is just simply not true. There have been, I think, any number of witnesses and evidence we have found on the issue of collusion. And — you know, the Trump Tower meeting itself, the promise of help by the Russian government, the acceptance of help by the Trump campaign, the secret conversations with George Papadopoulos, all of this is evidence of collusion. Now it is a separate question whether it is proof beyond a reasonable doubt of a conspiracy to violate U.S. election laws or a conspiracy to defraud the United States.

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any honest reporter knows Schiff is talking nonsense

while the media ignore:

Clinton - Fusion GPS - Christopher Steele - Kremlin for opposition research

and the devastating DoJ IG report on McCabe
 
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Schiff is the younger house version of Schumer.

A power hungry stone cold liar with no moral compass whatsoever.
 
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There are a lot of sociopaths in our government. That's never going to turn out well.


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Thank you President Trump



“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”
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^^^^
That right there is winning by any metric!
 
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not much of a surprise here

http://www.breitbart.com/video...ted-hillary-clinton/

During an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, former FBI Director James Comey’s wife, Patrice, confessed that she supported Hillary Clinton and was “devastated” when Donald Trump won.

“I wanted a woman president really badly, and I supported Hillary Clinton,” Patrice Failor Comey told Stephanopoulos. “A lot of my friends worked for her. And I was devastated when she lost.”

James Comey admitted that his wife and girls all took part in the Women’s March in response to Donald Trump’s election.

“My wife and girls marched in the Women’s March, the day after President Trump’s inauguration,” he said. “At least my four daughters — probably all five of my kids, wanted Hillary Clinton to be the first woman president. I know my amazing spouse did.”

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seems fundamentally wrong that so many "sophisticated" people wanted Clinton to be president based on her gender
 
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These are good rebuttals to the current MSM Comey-fest.

https://lyincomey.com

https://gop.com/comeys-long-hi...t=mda_accountability



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Petulant, petty and childish. Other than not liking Trump comey seems to be completely Lacking in any charges or proof that Trump broke any laws.

Other than proving comey was unfit for the office- What was the point of all this?


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