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The Dogs of Dachau: Never-Before-Published Letter Reveals How Nazis Used Dogs for Torture

The Dogs of Dachau: Never-Before-Published Letter Reveals How Nazis Used Dogs for Torture   Source: AP Photo Studying Holocaust history is difficult. Our American psyches are not conditioned for the unprecedented level of cruelty that is the Holocaust. This column may be unstomachable for the weak of mind. Be forewarned.  The American liberation of the […]

BLM-minded High School To Hold Disciplinary Hearing For Student Who Opposed Socialist on Instagram

BLM-minded High School To Hold Disciplinary Hearing For Student Who Opposed Socialist on Instagram Source: AP Photo/Noah Berger According to attorney Jesse Binnall, who also represents Michael Flynn with Sidney Powell, his new client, a 17-year-old conservative student, is being investigated by her school for a disciplinary violation for…wait for it …being conservative on Instagram! […]

Never-Before-Published Letter From US Soldier Sheds New Light On Unstomachable Nazi Horrors in Dachau

Never-Before-Published Letter From US Soldier Sheds New Light On Unstomachable Nazi Horrors in Dachau Source: AP Photo/Dmitriy Rogulin “The worst sight and the last place we visited were the cremation chambers at Dachau,” wrote American soldier Leon Morin on July 9, 1945, in a handwritten letter to his family. “… I think it is wors[e] than […]

What Exactly Are Brian Kolfage and Steve Bannon Accused of Doing?

What Exactly Are Brian Kolfage and Steve Bannon Accused of Doing? Source: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer We Build the Wall is a crowdfunding campaign that has raised more than $25 million from hundreds of thousands of donors. On Thursday, Steve Bannon, Brian Kolfage, Andrew Badolato, and Timothy Shea were arrested and charged with one count each […]

Twitter Kicked Me Off for Saying This But I’m Going to Double Down

Twitter Kicked Me Off for Saying This But I’m Going to Double Down Source: AP Photo/Richard Drew, File “What kind of person sues nuns,” I asked in a fervent tone. The answer was Joe Biden. “I can’t stand this creep. Between the sniffing and the suing and deceit – there is nothing worthwhile. He’s a completely […]

Hope For Atlanta Officer Rolfe After DA Loses Re-Election

Hope For Atlanta Officer Rolfe After DA Loses Re-Election Source: Kent D. Johnson/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, Pool Officer Garrett Rolfe was maliciously charged with murder and ten other counts in June by then-District Attorney Paul Howard. Last night, Howard was unseated by a tenacious young woman who worked under Howard for 16 years. Fani Willis […]

Phoenix Police Shooting Was Justified Use of Force

Phoenix Police Shooting Was Justified Use of Force Source: AP Photo/John Minchillo With great power comes great responsibility. When a citizen answers the police knocking on his door with a firearm in hand, he assumes a lethal risk. He immediately becomes a deadly threat to the officers and should expect the officers to arm themselves […]

Phoenix Police Shot and Killed a White Man In May. Have You Heard About It?

Phoenix Police Shot and Killed a White Man In May. Have You Heard About It? Source: AP Photo/Terry Tang On May 21, 2020, Officer Jeff Cooke of the Phoenix Police Department shot and killed Mr. Ryan Whitaker while responding to a domestic disturbance call at Mr. Whitaker’s apartment in Phoenix, Arizona. On July 15, 2020, […]

Is the Southern Poverty Law Center Taking Things Out of Context Again?

Is the Southern Poverty Law Center Taking Things Out of Context Again? Source: Photo Courtesy of Jack Posobiec The Southern Poverty Law Center has spent the month of July committedly attacking conservative journalist Jack Posobiec with an array of nasty charges. The hit-pieces ranged from serious allegations of antisemitism to bizarre shaming of his affiliation […]

‘Equal Justice’: The Politicization of Prosecution

‘Equal Justice’: The Politicization of Prosecution Source: AP Photo/Jim Salter As she announced felony charges against the McCloskeys, St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner noted something that most people missed: that she was elected to pursue “equal justice.“ What exactly is “equal justice,” and how is it distinguished from justice? “Equal justice” is a term used […]