Biden Administration

Bidenomics for dummies

Featured image President Biden’s minders in the daycare operation at the White House have put out an explanation of Bidenomics. President Biden struggles to read and articulate an incredibly stupid script for the masses who disapprove of his performance. This is Bidenomics for dummies, including Biden himself. How much longer can this go on? The video might have worked on Saturday Night Live way back when it was funny. As always now, »

Former Mob Boss Sheds Light on Biden Family Corruption

Featured image Former mobster Michael Franzese, 72, operated for many years as a caporegime in the Colombo crime family. He joined Fox News’ Jesse Watters on Thursday night to discuss the striking similarities between the Biden family’s alleged money laundering operation and his own experiences. (How much longer must we preface every mention of the Biden family’s activities with the word “alleged”?) Franzese funneled money through a series of 18 shell corporations. »

Report: Aides Steer Clear of Discussing Hunter’s Legal Woes with Biden

Featured image According to a new CNN report, President Joe Biden is so triggered by the media coverage swirling around his son that aides are refusing to even broach the topic with him. The president is said to be ‘obsessed’ with and ‘irritated’ by the press reports. Well, what parent wouldn’t be? Especially when House investigators have already turned up evidence of Biden’s own complicity in his son’s overseas business dealings and »

In re the censorship regime

Featured image Zach Weissmueller takes a deep dive into Missouri v. Biden with (plaintiff) the great Dr. Jay Bhattacharya and attorney John Vecchione in the Reason podcast (video below). Reason provides background for the podcast here. We have covered the lawsuit and the underlying issues of the epidemic and social media censorship repeatedly on this site. The historical review captured in the video is enraging and the related clips included light it »

Indict this

Featured image Summoning the spirit of Leo Amery from the vasty deep, Victor Davis Hanson compiles the bill of particulars indicting the Biden administration (below the break). He writes: * * * * * The Biden administration has utterly destroyed the southern border — and immigration law with it. Biden green lighted 7 million illegal aliens swarming into the U.S. without legal sanction or rudimentary audit. China spies inside and over the »

Biden hits the fan in Fifth Circuit

Featured image On Independence Day last month, Western District Louisiana federal district judge Terry Doughty preliminarily enjoined the Biden administration from continuing its censorship regime in place. Judge Doughty’s 155-page memorandum is posted online here. Judge Doughty’s preliminary injunction is posted here. I anticipated the interlocutory appellate proceedings in “Walk away, Joe.” The government’s appeal of Judge Doughty’s preliminary injunction came before a three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit for oral argument »

Abbey Gate revisited

Featured image Rep. Darrell Issa convened a public forum for the Gold Star families of service members killed in the 2021 attack at the airport in Kabul to say their piece. Family members told their stories as they sought answers and accountability for the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan during which 11 sons and two daughters were lost. The forum was held in the main council chamber of Escondido City Hall. President Biden »

Blinken’s message

Featured image I highly doubt that Secretary of State Antony Blinken is cognizant of the art of esoteric writing by the classic practitioners of political philosophy who sought to guard themselves against persecution by the political authorities. Arthur Melzer calls such esoteric writing Philosophy Between the Lines in his brilliant book of that title. We have every reason to believe that Secretary Blinken is on board with the positions of the Biden »

Unlike the Trump indictments, the case against Biden is straightforward

Featured image Those of us who follow the news for a living understand the details of the three indictments to date against former President Donald Trump. The average American understands only that he’s been indicted three times and that a fourth is likely on the way in Georgia. Those who get their news from legacy media sites are told that Trump threatens the very fabric of our democracy. But from there, it »

The right to laugh at Biden

Featured image Matt Taibbi published his powerful July 28 Racket News column “The New ‘Facebook Files’ Show Everything the First Amendment Was Designed to Prevent” for subscribers only. Racket New has now posted the column as narrated by Jared Moore on YouTube and on podcast platforms. I have embedded the video below. Toward the end of his column Taibbi warns: “In hindsight it could equally be argued Biden was killing people [as »

The Awesomeness of Kamala Harris

Featured image I hadn’t realized Politico was trying to compete with the Babylon Bee for satire: Why Kamala Harris Is A Better VP Than You Think When Joe Biden tapped Kamala Harris to be his running mate in 2020, it was perhaps the most easily predicted vice presidential choice in recent memory. . . For her part, Harris brought a number of traits to the ticket other than her race and gender »

The Facebook Files: More Censorship Revealed

Featured image Rep. Jim Jordan’s House committee has been trying for some time to extract documents from Facebook relating to the Biden administration’s leaning on that platform to censor content. Jordan eventually threatened to hold Mark Zuckerberg in contempt, and Facebook finally produced the files. Jordan has now released some highlights on Twitter. These documents, similar to the Twitter files, clearly show the administration’s effort to use the social media companies to »

Would voters really reelect the ‘senescent, sticky-fingered … spavined’ Biden?

Featured image In a recent interview with Fox News’s Maria Bartiromo, former President Donald Trump recounted a long ago conversation he’d had with the late Sen. Ted Kennedy. He claimed he asked Kennedy whom he considered to be the smartest senator. Trump told Maria: “I won’t tell you the answer because I don’t particularly like the guy. I said, ‘Who’s the dumbest?’ He said, ‘Probably Joe [Biden].’” According to Trump, Kennedy replied, »

The truth about the Biden family business is becoming too big to hide

Featured image At a Jan. 26, 1998 White House event, with wife Hillary by his side, then-President Bill Clinton wagged his finger at reporters and said, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky.”  If not for the stains on Monica Lewinsky’s infamous “blue dress,” he would have been happy to leave it at that. But called upon to provide a blood sample for DNA testing that summer, Clinton »

Herzog’s speech: 10 notes

Featured image Israeli President Isaac Herzog addressed a joint session of Congress yesterday. I have posted CBS’s 45-minute video of Herzog’s speech at the bottom. I thought it was a good and interesting speech that is worth your time. I want to post a few notes on it in the form of 10 bullet points and invite you to listen in yourself if you missed it. • The occasion of Herzog’s speech »

New Poll: 39% of Democrats Say It’s Likely Biden Took Foreign Bribes

Featured image A new Issues&Insights/TIPP poll found that 56% of those surveyed think it’s either very likely or somewhat likely that President Joe Biden took bribes from foreign nationals during his vice presidency. Just 27% said it was not very likely and 18% were not sure. Participants were asked, “How likely is it that the claims made by government whistleblowers alleging that President Biden, his son Hunter, and other members of his »

Former SS agent Dan Bongino: ‘There may … have been fingerprints found on that cocaine baggie’

Featured image Like many of us, former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino was extremely upset by the agency’s announcement on Thursday that they’d concluded their investigation into the discovery of a bag of cocaine at the White House without identifying a suspect. He addressed the story on his Thursday podcast. “Folks, there’s no way that story’s true,” he told listeners. “So, there’s clearly a political motive here to make this story go away.” »