Politico: The largely unremarked Democratic civil war still percolating

Civil Discourse

A social media message from an old college friend: Seems reasonable Back in the 1980s, the individual who posted this suggestion was a nice young woman from a small town about 40 miles from my hometown. As I remember her, she was a little awkward socially, but smart and […] Click here to view original post mrdilettante.blogspot.com

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The Sanctimony Bulk Pack

James Comey is a tall man and his self-regard towers over even his expansive height. Jonathan Turley reminds us of a few things : The inspector general has confirmed what was clear and obvious. The memos were FBI material, and Comey did violate provisions of the Federal Records Act […] Click here to view original post mrdilettante.blogspot.com

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Something else to watch

My alma mater, Beloit College, is a lefty place. They do have a Young Americans for Freedom chapter on campus and the YAF is bringing in some really heavy hitters to campus this upcoming semester: Here comes Dick Given the reaction on campus that Erik Prince received last year […] Click here to view original post mrdilettante.blogspot.com

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Ownership

The guy who shot up a Walmart in El Paso appears to be a bad dude who hates Mexicans. The guy who shot up the Oregon district in Dayton (I’ve been to that bar, by the way) was a Bernie/Warren supporter . Politicians don’t own these guys. We can […] Click here to view original post mrdilettante.blogspot.com

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The coming true disclosure

Games Prosecutors Play

Andrew McCarthy explains what Mueller’s Little Helpers were up to : The special counsel’s staff wrote a 448-page tome, overflowing with details about a traitorous collusion plot that never happened and the obstruction of an investigation that was never actually impeded in the slightest. Even though the regulations call […] Click here to view original post mrdilettante.blogspot.com

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