By Steve McCann
Regardless of whatever Donald Trump may or may not accomplish during his years in the presidency, he has one notable achievement that will surpass all others during his term: the defeat of Hillary in the 2016 election has fully raised the curtain on the machinations and malevolence of the Left, the Democratic Party and the bulk of the mainstream media Full Story....Here
by VICTOR DAVIS HANSON
Narratives surrounding the DNC hack & Antifa reveal media bias and government bureaucracy at their worst. U.S. intelligence agencies said Russia was responsible for hacking Democratic National Committee e-mail accounts, leading to the publication of about 20,000 stolen e-mails on WikiLeaks. But that finding was reportedly based largely on the DNC's strange outsourcing of the investigation to a private cybersecurity firm. Rarely does the victim of a crime first hire a private investigator whose findings later form the basis of government conclusions.
By M.D. Kittle
[Madison, Wis...] Nic Ruffi, at the age of 12, has already learned what entrepreneurs everywhere know: Stifling regulation stops start-ups.
The Wausau tween wanted to do something more with his summer vacation than play video games and hang out. He wanted a job. He wanted to make money.
The answer: ice cream. Nic planned to sell frozen sweet treats on his three-wheeled bicycle.
His parents, owners of Ruffi Law Offices in Wausau, decided to check in with the regulators first before Nic proceeded with his ice cream American Dream. For his troubles, the would-be entrepreneur received a thick commercial vendor registration packet, replete with various rules and regulations. Nic would have to have his bicycle and his ice cream cooler inspected by the city health department, a $60 fee, and pay a permit fee - $75 for six months, $100 for a year.
But in order to get the permit, Nic's parents would have to take out an insurance policy for $1 million in liability, at a premium cost of $500. And the city required it be named as an additional insured party on the policy. Apparently the city was concerned about the possible carnage caused by a kid selling Fudgsicles from the back of his bike. Full Story....Here
By Hans Fiene
To feed their addiction, outrage addicts have embraced the following idiotic syllogism: ˜I am mad at people who say X. I am mad at you. Therefore you said X.
President Trump continues to receive scorn over his assertion last year that vote fraud accounted for Hillary Clinton's raw vote majority. Democrats and their shills are unanimous in denouncing the "false claims." (The Amazon Washington Post recently called it a "zombie claim.") When the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity was announced, it was denounced as a waste, an attempt to intimidate minorities, and a scheme to violate privacy, which has caused states to refuse to release public data requested by the commission. Its investigator, J. Christian Adams, is being vilified. Even Republicans expressed reluctance to Politico over the investigation.
They really, really don't want anyone looking closely at vote fraud. They claim there is none of any significance.
That must be why this report from Chicago City Wire has been so thoroughly ignored by the mainstream media: