Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reinforcing
threats to go after sanctuary cities, warning the administration may
withhold federal crime-fighting funds for four places struggling with
It is the latest threat made by
Sessions in his public campaign to force cooperation between local
authorities and federal immigration officials.
The Justice Department sent letters to police
departments in Baltimore, Md., Albuquerque, N.M., Stockton and San
Bernardino, Calif. telling them if they wanted federal help to root out
drug trafficking and gang crime, they’d have to work with federal
National security adviser H.R. McMaster told former national security
adviser Susan Rice in April that she would continue to have access to
classified information, and that he would waive a "need-to-know"
requirement when it comes to accessing classified information contained
in documents she saw or received during her time as national security
adviser, according to a report.
The letter was sent from McMaster to Rice's home in April, according
to Circa, and the president didn't know about either the letter or
McMaster's decision to allow Rice to keep her Top Secret/Sensitive
Compartmented Information clearance.
"Going forward, the NSC will continue to work with you to ensure the
appropriate security clearance documentation remains on file to allow
you access to classified information," McMaster said in his letter.
This is good news. California is the logical place to begin having a
conversation about secession, and every red state American should be
actively supporting the proposal.
As California goes, so goes Oregon and Washington, and in the not so
distant future perhaps Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, Vermont, and
New Hampshire. Maybe Hawaii might finally get the chance to regain its
One can dream.
What would this mean for red state America?
Imagine a world without Senators Pocahontas, Crazy Bernie, Diane Feinstein, or Kamala Harris?
Add to that list Maxine Waters, Nancy Pelosi, and even Susan Collins and the Congress becomes a much more hospitable place.
Imagine all the red state people living in peace with no Deep North or West Coast hell.
Unless the politics of France, Germany, and Sweden change dramatically
in the next six years, only the most severe military and police actions
will be able to save their countries and people from violent civil war
threatening complete Islamic conquest. They are now in the grip of
tightening Islamic Civilization Warfare, and their leaders are
responding by accommodation to Islam and its culture, even criminalizing
criticism of Islam. Accommodation and appeasement only facilitate their
ultimate defeat and its unthinkable consequences. Yet they remain blind
to the dangers of massive Muslim migration, which are clearly and
abundantly evident in the sacred doctrines of Islam, 1,400 years of
Islam’s history, and escalating violence and terrorism everywhere Islam
encroaches on Western Civilization. Other Western nations, including the
United States, Canada, and the UK are not that far behind France,
Germany, and Sweden in their potential to transform prosperity and
freedom into a desperate and nightmarish struggle to fend off Islamic
What if the federal government captures in real time the contents of
every telephone call, email and text message and all the fiber-optic
data generated by every person and entity in the United States 24/7/365?
What if this mass surveillance was never authorized by any federal law?
What if this mass surveillance has come about by the secret collusion
of presidents and their spies in the National Security Agency and by
the federal government’s forcing the major telephone and computer
service providers to cooperate with it? What if the service providers
were coerced into giving the feds continuous physical access to their
computers and thus to all the data contained in and passing through
The New York Times
reported last Friday that “an exodus is underway” in the State
Department. The Times didn’t think this was good news; it gave space to
one career diplomat who lamented that there was “complete and utter
disdain for our expertise.”
This could be the best news to come out of Washington since the Trump administration took office.
We can only hope that with the departure of these failed State
Department officials, their failed policies will be swept out along with
them. Chief among these is the almost universally held idea that
poverty causes terrorism. The United States has wasted uncounted
(literally, because a great deal of it was in untraceable bags full of
cash) billions of dollars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Egypt, and
other countries in the wrongheaded assumption that Muslims turn to jihad
because they lack economic opportunities and education. American
officials built schools and hospitals, thinking that they were winning
over the hearts and minds of the locals.
True story out of Danville: a realtor was showing a couple around town. They were transferring from New York. When they passed the first giant battle flag, the couple expressed concern but the realtor explained about the history and heritage of Danville being the last Capital of the Confederacy and they seemed to accept the explanation . When they passed the second flag he repeated the information and the wife, who was seated in the back seat, appeared shaken. After passing a THIRD flag, the wife leans up and whispers into her husband's ear, at which time the man turns to the realtor and tells him that he can cut the house hunting short because they would NOT be moving to Danville, Virginia.
It seems our giant beautiful flags serve yet another useful purpose: Yankee/carpetbagger repellent!
President Trump is looking at shifting CIA Director Mike Pompeo to
the White House as national security adviser, according to a report
The move would bump H.R. McMaster, the current national security
adviser. McMaster, a three-star Army general, would in turn be sent to
Afghanistan to command U.S. forces in that country, the New York Times reported, citing several unnamed administration officials. The move could help McMaster earn his fourth star.
Shortly after the appointment of special counsel Robert
Mueller in May, acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe told several of the
highest-ranking managers of the bureau they should consider themselves
possible witnesses in any investigation into whether President Donald
Trump engaged in obstruction of justice, according to two senior federal
law enforcement officials.
McCabe has told colleagues that he too is a potential
witness in the probe of whether Trump broke the law by trying to thwart
the FBI's Russia investigation and the investigation into whether the
Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government to defeat Hillary
Clinton in the 2016 election.
Two senior federal law enforcement officials have told me
that the new revelations illustrate why they believe the potential case
against Trump is stronger than outsiders have thought.