A Manchurian Candidate

America really did have a Manchurian Candidate in the White House Continue reading

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Liberal leaders back away from anti-Trump dossier

Washington’s liberal establishment suddenly is running from the Democratic Party’s Russia dossier, which for months was fodder for Democrats to hurl charges against President Trump and his campaign. Continue reading

Democrats’ Data Scandal

If you’re playing catch-up on this burgeoning scandal, read Andy McCarthy’s summary, and these details of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s bizarre behavior throughout the imbroglio — including refusing to fire the staffers even after it was clear that they were under FBI investigation, then shifting her tone and story regarding her obsession with a confiscated laptop. Continue reading

Has the UN Human Rights Council Become Frankenstein?

Seventy years ago this week, in the aftermath of the Nazi atrocities, Eleanor Roosevelt and French legal philosopher René Cassin assembled for the first meeting of the UN Commission on Human Rights. The founders had a dream: to reaffirm the principle of human dignity, and to guarantee fundamental freedoms for all. Continue reading

The Case for Nationalism

Incessant “antifascist” propaganda from Moscow, baseless claims of attacks against Russians in Ukraine, incitement of Russian-speakers in eastern Ukraine, Russian troops without insignia seizing official buildings in Crimea, a stage-managed illegal plebiscite there and then its annexation by Russia, assurances from President Vladimir Putin that he has no further territorial designs in Europe (though, alas, he may be forced to intervene elsewhere to protect ethnic Russians)—yes, it all has the disturbing ring of the 1930s. Continue reading