The Case Against Criminal Charges For Hillary Clinton


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Unified Patriots by Vassar Bushmills

I want to renew a call I made in the days just after the election, that trying and convicting Hillary Clinton for the long list of crimes she stands accused of doing may not be the best way to deal with her. Especially her legacy.

I mean this in the purest sense of wanting to punish her. Deterrence is not part of a my thinking here.

Parts of the conservative pundit class, Lou Dobbs and Sean Hannity high among them, have been beside themselves that the FBI, still without a director and a new direction, and even Jeff Sessions himself, have not moved on Mrs Clinton for what are clearly crimes with an abundance of evidence.

But to what end?

Let Hillary be indicted and there will ten times the crowds at the courthouse to cheer her on than ever bothered to listen to one of her dreary speeches on the stump. Yes, they will be paid, but the optics will be all that matters in compiling an historic record.

Probably already heavily medicated, including various self-medications, and “feeling sorry for herself” does not even begin to describe Hillary sense of betrayal and loss. Right now her self-pity is limitless and she has not even begun the journey backwards in time to see where, or when, she went wrong. Self-reflection is not among her attributes.

But turn Hillary into a public martyr and she may well become refreshed and rise above her despondence, especially if she senses that even if convicted her punishment could end up with, at the worst, a short sentence at one of the feds’ more exclusive minimum security lock-ups, possibly home arrest, or maybe even probation. Her ability to venue shop and cut deals could prove prodigious.

You don’t believe me?

Ever hear of Sacco and Vanzetti? Two immigrant anarchists who killed a guard during a robbery attempt in Massachusetts in 1920 and finally executed in 1927? They came to this country hats in hand, poor as church mice, but marched to their deaths as heroes to the oppressed proletariat[…]

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Fox News Sunday – Jay Sekulow: “Nothing is illegal or a violation of the law.” (video)


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Jay Sekulow, attorney for President Donald Trump and Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) this morning on Fox News Sunday defended Donald Trump, Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer allowed in the United States last summer courtesy of former AG Loretta Lynch.

During the fiery discussion Sekulow stated that no laws were broken. Chris Wallace, bias on display countered, exposing himself as quite the spin master.

Cross-posted on Wow! Magazine.

The Humorless Left; the Genesis of a Lie


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The Private Life is Dead

Remember the Bolshevik Strelnikov in the film classic, “Dr Zhivago” (1965)?  Played by Tom Courtenay, he was a young intellectual communist who had turned into a Red military commander in the civil war that followed the October Revolution. In reality, that comment “the private life is dead” had been the  standard signature of the new Soviet experiment throughout America the 1930s, especially in Hollywood. Even in the 1939 light-hearted comedy-romance, “Ninotchka” with Greta Garbo, the story line was about a dour apparatchik from the Ministry of Finance who went to Paris to find three party members who had gone there to recover stolen jewels belonging to the new regime, then decided to stay when they discovered the private sector, opening a restaurant. First Ninotchka discovered the feel of fine fabric, then learned to smile and then to laugh, and finally to love, things all Party members had purged from their consciences since 1918, in the 20 years of the USSR’s existence.

There was even an early Hollywood B&W cartoon (which I’ve never been able to find) of a valley of people who lived and frolicked in sunshine while a valley away there lived frowning people living unhappy lives in near darkness. The story was of their trying to drive out the sunshine in the sunny valley.

In the middle of a world wide depression, these stories were indicative of a struggle in Hollywood, where a battle royale was going on about this New World drawn up by Lenin and Stalin. Predictably many of its writer-intellectuals took to it with vigor, since, like Marx, they were the smartest people in Tinsel Town but also paid the least. A few actors signed up as well.

If there was a communist signature for that era, it was that humorless deep furrowed brow of the weight of the world sitting squarely on their shoulders. This dispassion, this cold, even brutal analytical thinking defined the early Soviet state. Lenin and Stalin, more than Marx, knew that this brooding look had sales appeal in the West, and marketed its New Man and New World vision as one without sentimentality or any backward glances. It expressed an exclusivist state of mind implying that reason is harder then sentiment, thus more noble

What Lenin hadn’t banked on that in America this sales pitch appealed to a vanity that allowed converts to set themselves apart from the masses simply by converting. Hold that thought, for it was a great mistake. Lenin really couldn’t have believe that some people could only pretend to be committed, and then, within a century, that’s all there would be. See Bernie Sanders[…]

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What You Need To Know About The Soon To Be Most Powerful Man In America


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After viewing the following video, you may find yourself wondering just who are the most dangerous men in the world?

Undeniably George Soros is number one and Amazon CEO with now owner of the Washington Post, Jeff Bezos, number two.

Published on Jul 1, 2017 by WeAreChange

Jason Bermas discusses Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, his relationship to the CIA, his ownership of the Washington Post, his technology investments, and much more.

Cross-posted on Wow! Magazine.

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