Psycho.Gov.Con

Featured image As Senators John Kennedy and Ted Cruz noted, Biden nominee Sarah Netburn accepted the claim of William McClain that he was “entirely a woman” and sent the six-foot-two serial child rapist “July Justine Shelby” to a women’s prison. In similar style, Obama judge Jon Tigar believed convicted murderer Rodney Quine’s claim to be a woman, ordered sex-change surgery paid by taxpayers, and “Shiloh Heavenly Quine” duly landed in a women’s »

Criminal evidence

Featured imageHunter Biden’s laptop presents as a case study of the cooperation among the mainstream media — I would give pride of place to Natasha Bertrand and Politico, but they had a lot of company — the Democratic Party, and the deep state in the service of Our Democracy™, or Their Democracy. This week the Biden Department of Justice vouched for the authenticity of the laptop in its prosecution of Chairman »

Jane, It Isn’t Going to Work

Featured imageI don’t think I ever saw “Barbarella,” but I remember the Jane Fonda of those days. That was a long, long time ago. Nowadays, Fonda is campaigning to return us to the pre-modern era by encouraging a “p***y boycott” of anyone involved in the fossil fuel industry. Note that her phrase is bleeped here; the twitter post that I originally saw has been deleted: At 86, Jane Fonda is not »

The Week in Pictures: Bantering Over Banners

Featured imageI think Justice Alito or his wife should burn the flag rather than flying it upside down, because the left wouldn’t know how to react since they approve of flag-burning as a protest device. Heh. In any case, I hope Mrs. Alito starts wearing a Harrison Butker jersey to the grocery store. Nothing would make impeachment happen faster than that. Headlines of the week, starting with a reminder that life »

In Rafah and Times Square

Featured imageI had a busy day today, among other things writing this piece, on Minneapolis four years after the George Floyd riots, for the New York Post. Catching up on Twitter, it looks like the IDF is making good progress in Rafah. As always, the “Palestinians” are great at terrorizing women and children, not so great at fighting actual soldiers: This is huge! Over 900 Hamas terrorists have surrendered in Rafah. »

Podcast Note: Hiatus Week, But. . .

Featured imageUnfortunately there won’t be a regular installment of the Three Whisky Happy Hour podcast this week. I am over in Rome at the present moment, while John Yoo is actually airborne today en route to meet up with me for a conference on the Rule of Law in Europe which prevented finding a time when the three of us could link up even virtually. For the moment the conference has »

Chimes of freedom

Featured imageBob Dylan celebrates his 83rd birthday today. When he snagged the Nobel Prize for Literature a few years ago, I pulled out all the stops by posting a big set of my favorite covers of his songs. I don’t have any stops left to pull, but I’m adding another cover or two (again) this year in honor of his birthday today. Dylan is first and foremost a songwriter. See, for »

Thoughts from the ammo line

Featured imageAmmo Grrrll is pretty sure that AFAB IS A FIB AND GIVES ME AFiB. She writes: So I go to a nice, respected MEDICAL site to find out how much potassium is in a baked potato, okay? At a recent medical check-up, my potassium levels were measured and found wanting. Anyway, at this site, there’s a nice long article about why potassium is important, a list of foods that are »

Kamala: “Speaking Without Thinking”

Featured imageOne clear sign that the Democrat-Hollywood Axis is in panic mode about Biden’s re-election is that the reliably left Daily Show has produced this devastating takedown of Kamala Harris, because even the dim bulbs among Democrats know that Harris would fare even worse against Trump in November if Biden somehow drops out. So the ground needs to be prepared for a completely new ticket. Check it out. As several commentators »

Trans.Gov.Con [With Comment by John]

Featured imageLast month Joe Biden nominated magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. In 2022, Netburn recommended that serial child rapist William McClain, who calls himself July Justine Shelby, be sent to a women’s prison. Netburn described the six-foot-two rapist as  “sober and entirely a female,” which piqued the interest of Sen. John Kennedy. “That phrase struck me as remarkable,” Kennedy said. »

From the mixed-up files of Sec. John Kerry

Featured imageFormer Secretary of State John Kerry blocked multiple FBI arrest operations against individuals linked to Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs to further negotiations on the failed Iran nuclear deal, according to unclassified internal FBI emails obtained by Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson via legally protected whistleblower disclosures. Senator Grassley’s press release is posted here. This is the gist of the disclosure: The records provided to our offices show »

The Daily Chart: Newsroom Turbulence

Featured imageBy now most readers have heard about the extreme clear air turbulence that a Singapore Airlines jumbo jet that left one passenger dead (an apparent heart attack) and several others seriously injured. You knew what was coming next: the media, taking orders from the usual idiots, declaring that climate change is the cause of this rare event. So kudos to Rupa Subramanya at The Free Press for writing “Stop Making »

Not dark yet

Featured imageToday is the birthday of Minnesota native son Bob Dylan. He turns the ripe old age of 83. It’s not dark yet, but it’s getting there. I want to celebrate him as long we’re both still around to enjoy the occasion. He is a remarkable artist, self-invented, deep in the American grain. A few years back I visited Dylan’s old home at 2425 7th Avenue East in Hibbing. The house »

DEI Can Get You Killed

Featured imageInsiders at UCLA’s medical school apparently have shared information with the Free Beacon that shows the destructive impact of racism–DEI–on medical schools. The story by Aaron Sibarium begins with an anecdote: [W]hen it came time for the admissions committee to consider one such student in November 2021—a black applicant with grades and test scores far below the UCLA average—some members of the committee felt that this particular candidate, based on »

The Apple Didn’t Fall Far From the Tree

Featured imageOK, I know Joe Biden is senile. But even so, the fact that he could utter these words beggars belief: Biden: "I say to every young man thinking of getting married, marry into a family with five or more daughters … One of them will always love you" pic.twitter.com/d5CHYliC4j — The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 21, 2024 Maybe poor Hunter never had a chance. »

The Daily Chart: What Patriarchy?

Featured imageIt is dogma among radical feminists and the identity politics brigades that America is in the oppressive grip of The Patriarchy. It would seem this is obsolete information (I know, facts have nothing to do with anything—”facts” are an oppressive white male construct, like “objectivity”). From our irrepressible pal Mark Perry: »

Enter the CIA

Featured imageIRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler must be extraordinarily brave men. They blew the whistle on Hunter Biden, the Biden family business, and the Biden Department of Justice’s sham investigation of same. Yesterday the House Ways and Means Committee the Ways and Means Committee released more than 100 pages of newly obtained evidence provided by Shapley and Ziegler. Chairman Smith’s expository press release is posted here, the documents themselves »