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Schiff and 'whistleblower' should be first to testify in Trump impeachment theater

From the Right / John Kass /

As House Democrats begin the public phase of their impeachment hearings into President Donald Trump this week -- over a presidential phone call to Ukraine -- I'm forced to use a dirty word.

If you melt easily, please cover your eyes and ears, or clutch your pearls and gird yourself. Here comes that dirty word:


To a politician, "...Read more

Jeffrey Epstein and Brett Kavanaugh: A tale of double standards

From the Right / John Kass /

Before we get into the release by James O'Keefe's Project Veritas of that video starring "Good Morning America" co-host Amy Robach and her story that ABC spiked her report about the late serial sex predator Jeffrey Epstein, let's do something else first.

Let's remember what ABC, NBC and other media did to politics/fromtheright/johnkass/s-2293132">Read more

'A Day Without Republicans' is a film for blue state taxpayers

From the Right / John Kass /

Sen. Elizabeth Warren swooped into Chicago from that economic fantasy planet of the democratic socialists -- the strange world where math is all about feelings -- to tell the striking teachers union she stands with them. Because of the children.

Economic conservatives, including conservative Republicans and that handful of moderate Democrats ...Read more

Warren, Biden, Sanders and that Big Rock Candy Mountain

From the Right / John Kass /

Watching the Democratic presidential candidate debate -- with Elizabeth Warren promising government health care for all without saying she'll tax the middle class to pay for it -- was like staring from a distance at the Big Rock Candy Mountain.

You don't know the Big Rock Candy Mountain? That's the gorgeous Democratic Socialist paradise where ...Read more

Elizabeth 'Two Tales' Warren running out of creation myths

From the Right / John Kass /

Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, the Democrat campaigning for president, has had two amazing creation myths to choose from.

One had her as a Native American, and the other as a young teacher forced out of her job because she was pregnant.

Many epic heroines, or heroes, have only one creation myth, as anyone who has who read Joseph ...Read more

Pelosi isn't the first politician to herd voters because 'the iron is hot'

From the Right / John Kass /

"We have to strike while the iron is hot," Speaker Nancy Pelosi told her fellow Democrats as she launched an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump's ill-advised phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

And so, in a spasm of revenge, she calls her Democrats to political war to invalidate the 2016 election they lost to ...Read more

Is Democrats' decision on Trump impeachment real, or just more natural gas?

From the Right / John Kass /

When Nancy Pelosi came out late Tuesday afternoon to announce the House had begun a "formal impeachment inquiry" of President Donald Trump over that Ukraine business, three thoughts came to mind.

The first is that it's about time the Democrats decided about fishing or cutting bait.

Or did they?

They've been teasing us and hinting and ...Read more

Latest smear against Kavanaugh is part of left's scorched-earth strategy

From the Right / John Kass /

Just a few days before The New York Times and Democratic presidential candidates engaged in an outrageous smear of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh -- a smear the newspaper was forced to amend and walk back -- there was a gruesome discovery in a suburb south of Chicago.

Out in a garage in Crete, ...Read more

Should Rahm Emanuel run for president and save Democrats from Joe Biden?

From the Right / John Kass /

Should former Democratic Chicago mayor turned TV talking head Rahm Emanuel just drop the punditry nonsense and get into the presidential race himself?

It's worth a thought. Emanuel is a multimillionaire -- there are obvious benefits to public service -- though he's not as rich as enviro-billionaire Tom Steyer, who has qualified for the ...Read more

Break some eggs, Elizabeth Warren: Drop out and back Bernie

From the Right / John Kass /

Should Elizabeth Warren do the right thing and drop out of the Democratic presidential race, so Bernie Sanders can address Joe Biden's multiple "reality issues" before taking on President Donald Trump?

Yes, immediately.

Bernie can beat Trump. Warren and other Democrats also match up well with Trump, but Sanders has the necessary authenticity. ...Read more

'Ball of Collusion' thoughtfully connects the dots on Clinton and Obama

From the Right / John Kass /

I interviewed Andrew McCarthy about his new book, "Ball of Collusion: The Plot to Rig an Election and Destroy a Presidency," because it is a critically important read for thoughtful people.

"This is a story about hubris," is how it begins.

Thoughtful people know that for all our grand monuments carved of granite and marble, a republic is an ...Read more

Robert Mueller crushed their dreams, so Democrats pivot to race

From the Right / John Kass /

What was the embittered left -- Democratic presidential candidates and their media allies -- supposed to do when their hopes of Russia-Trump collusion crashed on the boulevard of broken dreams?


They had invested so much in their fantasy that President Donald Trump was a treasonous agent of Russian boss Vladimir Putin. But when special ...Read more


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