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Our Fake Spending Debates
This week, Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and President Joe Biden cut a deal to raise the debt limit. The breakthrough came after three months of Biden pledging not to even negotiate over the debt limit. Instead, Biden was forced to concede to a 1% cap on increases for non-military spending, a cutback on IRS funding, a clawback...Read more
Will Elon Musk Break the Legacy Media Stranglehold?
This week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis decided to announce his 2024 presidential candidacy on Twitter Spaces, the newest feature on Elon Musk's Twitter. Musk himself would be co-hosting the event, giving DeSantis access to Musk's 141 million Twitter followers. Only after the Twitter launch will DeSantis begin the more typical campaigning, ...Read more
The Worst Political Scandal in American History?
This week, Special Counsel John Durham released a 316-page report detailing the origins of Operation Crossfire Hurricane -- the FBI's investigation into supposed connections between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The report is an astounding expose of corruption and collusion -- not between Trump and Russia, but between the ...Read more
When You Don't Police Crime, Civilians Will
This week, the media found its latest iteration of its favorite narrative: white man harms black man. That iteration featured a 24-year-old white Marine from Queens attempting to suppress a 30-year-old homeless, psychotic black man, Jordan Neely, via use of a suppression hold. Neely was apparently threatening people on the subway when the ...Read more
The Left's Favorite Lie: Widespread White-On-Black Violence
This week, a 16-year-old boy named Ralph Yarl -- black -- accidentally rang the doorbell of an 84-year-old white man, Andrew Lester. According to reports, Lester then shot Yarl twice through the door, wounding him in the head and the arm. According to Clay County prosecutor Zachary Thompson, "I can tell you there was a racial component."
Palestinian Arab Terrorism and The West's Moral Apathy
This week, Jews all over the world marked Passover, the celebration of the Jewish exodus from Egypt. As we congregated around seder tables to read from the "Haggadah" -- the compendium of texts telling the story of the exodus -- we said the following words: "And this (God's blessings and the Torah) is what kept our fathers and what keeps us. ...Read more
When a Trans Person Murders Christian Schoolchildren
The legacy media have a preset narrative machine when it comes to mass shootings. That narrative machine takes into account the identities of the shooter and the victims, and then churns out an explanation for the shooting. White shooter, black victims: systemic racism. Black shooter, white victims: alienation caused by systemic racism. Muslim ...Read more
The Trump-DeSantis Primary Fight Begins
This week, as Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg considered indicting former President Donald Trump on a flimsy felony charge over a seven-year-old hush-money payment to former porn star Stormy Daniels, Trump placed his focus on the man he perceives as the truest threat to his political dominance: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. Trump backers ...Read more
How To Crash the Economy, Big Government Style
We are in a looming financial crisis, even if we don't want to see it.
Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) was, according to Moody's, worthy of an investment-grade rating as of March 8, 2023. S&P Global Ratings similarly held a high opinion of SVB. Two days later, SVB was shut down; immediately, Moody's dropped SVB into junk territory. So did S&P Global ...Read more
What the Media Elites Didn't Show Us About Jan. 6
Jan. 6 was, according to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, "the worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War." Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer explained that the riot of Jan. 6 was a "violent insurrection." And in order to preserve democracy, Schumer stated, Fox News should take Tucker Carlson off the air.
What, pray ...Read more