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Who’s whippin’ who: Tentative finale

Featured image My point, and I do have one, is that the Biden administration is whipping the American people daily with lies misrepresenting basic facts bearing on our national sovereignty and security. The point bears specifically on the matter of CBP agents on horseback seeking to round up illegal Haitian immigrants at the border. I can’t keep up with the administration’s lies in this matter. I give up. Absent an irresistible impulse »

Who’s whippin’ who, cont’d

Featured image The psychedelic Jen Psaki is blowing my mind. She conducted a White House press briefing and appeared on a show or two yesterday. She falsely called out CBP officers on horseback trying to contend with the flood of illegal Haitian immigrants crossing the border in the vicinity of Del Rio. NR’s Zachary Evans covered Psaki’s comments at the briefing here. Psaki said officials had watched “horrific video of the CBP »

Who’s whippin’ who

Featured image The left has found a scenario it thinks it can retail to defuse the invasion of the United States by Haitians and hundreds of thousands of others via our former southern border. They want us to believe that overwhelmed immigration enforcement authorities on horseback are whipping Haitians. We went from “whip,” to “whip-like chord,” to “horse reins.” pic.twitter.com/KMNJ9S14YP — Brandon Darby (@brandondarby) September 21, 2021 Kamala Harris emerged from seclusion »

That was the week that was

Featured image The Democrats’ dystopian dreams are packed into the prospective Reconciliation bill whose fate we have been following. Michael Goodwin takes up the spectacle of last week’s Democratic infighting and opines: “By giving his blessing to the radicals’ refusal to vote on the bipartisan $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal until they get a vote on the $3.5 trillion grab bag of socialist trash, he turned his back on the central promise of »

The Claremont Review of Books at 10

One of the highlights of the Claremont Institute’s Salvatori award dinner honoring Mark Helprin in New York this past Monday night was Charles Kesler’s celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Claremont Review of Books (subscribe here). Professor Kesler is the founding editor of the CRB in its current incarnation and took the podium to mark the occasion following Mark Helprin’s brilliant speech. Adding to the festivity of the occasion »