Napolitano: Will Hillary’s investigation be reopened?

Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the future of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. Personally, I think Hildabeast will get nailed to the wall, as will her fellow travelers, in the coming months.  Justice will be served cold. ~ Hardnox

General John Kelly Confirmation

  General John Kelly, Trump’s Pick for Homeland Security, Cruises in Hearing New York Times By Ron Nixon and Emmarie Huetteman JAN. 10, 2017 WASHINGTON — Gen. John F. Kelly, President-elect Donald J. Trump’s choice to lead the Department of Homeland Security, easily maneuvered through his confirmation hearing before the Senate Homeland Security Committee on Tuesday, drawing bipartisan support for what is likely be a smooth approval process by the full Senate. Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, asked General Kelly about Mr. Trump’s much-debated calls to build a wall along the border with Mexico, questioning whether a barrier alone … Continue reading

Prostitutes, Russia Blackmailing Trump

The latest trash fest being conducted by the media, most notably the Washington Post, the New York Times, and Buzzfeed, alleges that Donald Trump has engaged in numerous sexual encounters with prostitutes during his numerous visits to Moscow. The left is really reaching.  The bastards are mentally and morally bankrupt. Here’s a patriot’s rant on the matter: The Left is nuts.  They are really going off the rails.  It’s all they have and this is what is supposed to pass as journalism.  They are desperate to trash Trump.  Geez… ~ Hardnox

TED CRUZ Goes Off On Democrats At Jeff Sessions Hearing

  TED CRUZ Goes Off On Democrats At Jeff Sessions Hearing Published on Jan 10, 2017 Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing on the nomination of Republican Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions to be Attorney General.   SLAM DUNK! The Democrats are in ruins in Congress because THEY decided playing games,cheating, and lying would keep them in power. Take your kiddies toys and find a sandbox preferably on top of quicksand! –Uriel–

Debunking Kerry’s Palestine Statement

  Published on Jan 10, 2017 Ami on the Loose: Ami Horowitz travels to the Palestinian territory in the West Bank to see if John Kerry’s claims that Israelis are prohibiting Palestinians freedom of movement is actually true. The music isn’t my cup of tea but this is exactly why we have to know what is truth coming from our government (no matter who is president) and what is an exaggerated attempt to influence an agenda which is designed to force one world governance.   Kerry lied, oh my! Really? I would never have expected it of this fine upstanding citizen. … Continue reading

Reins Act – Curbing Agencies Uncontrolled Regulations

  Curbing Agencies Uncontrolled Regulations The House of Representatives definitely hit the ground running full out for the 115th Congress. Agencies like the EPA and FDA just got hammered for their abuse and uncontrolled writing of regulations independent of congressional oversight. Finally! The Reins Act passed quickly and relatively easily through the House of Representatives by 237 to 187. Now it is on its way to the Senate for review and approval.  Should this pass there as easily then we could see an extremely useful law enacted the first day Trump sits at his desk. What a refreshing thought that … Continue reading

Maryland State Attorney Marilyn Mosby Update

  Baltimore Sun Justin Fenton January 6, 2017 Freddie Gray case: Judge allows malicious prosecution lawsuit against Mosby to proceed A federal judge is allowing key parts of a lawsuit against Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby, brought by five of the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, to move forward. U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis ruled that claims including malicious prosecution, defamation, and invasion of privacy can move forward against Mosby and Assistant Sheriff Samuel Cogen, who wrote the statement of probable cause. Mosby’s attorneys had said she has absolute prosecutorial immunity from actions … Continue reading

HR 6278 – Promote Accountability and Government Efficiency Act

  At-Will Employment, Workforce Cuts and Other Bills From Congress’ First Week Government Executive Eric Katz January 6, 2016 Lawmakers have wasted no time introducing measures to overhaul the civil service and adjust the size of the federal workforce, putting forward several pieces of legislation in the first week of the 115th Congress to make wide-ranging reforms. Perhaps most notably, Rep. Todd Rokita, R-Ind., laid out his plan to reintroduce the Promote Accountability and Government Efficiency Act to turn all new federal workers into at-will employees. First presented in October during the last session of Congress, the measure would strip … Continue reading

The Party Is Over – Now Down To Brass Tacks

The Party Is Over, Now Down To Brass Tacks No More Poli-Babble, Speak Plainly Or Go Home   One of many reasons citizens have gotten so angry over the years is the willy-nilly efforts of lawmakers who without thought to end-users (citizens, small businesses and private/public businesses) throw bills into the wash along with the other dirty linens, then churn out reams and volumes of sanctimonious BS. Then like pompous toads, they stick out their chests and say “what a good person am I.” Once they finish and a bill actually is passed, it appears they no longer own its effects … Continue reading

Weekly News Conference of 115th Congress – January 5, 2017

House Republican Agenda – January 5, 2017 Streamed live on Jan 5, 2017 House Speaker Paul Ryan holds his weekly news conference. Veterans …”taken action on bills to help our veterans” Regulatory reform …”Working to get the REINS Act (H.R. 427, the Regulations From the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act of 2015) passed and signed into law.” …”Unelected bureaucrats have been simply telling people how things are going to be, handing down all this regulations with little scrutiny or thought. This has to change.” …”President-elect Trump has called for an overhaul of our entire regulatory system.” …”Where we can, … Continue reading

January 15, 2017 French Summit on Palestine and Israel – Kerry and Obama’s Next Volley?

  Will this be Obama’s last “FU” to Trump and Netanyahu? On December 25, 2016 in Haaretz, Netanyahu warned that additional international measures on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict were possible before U.S. President Barack Obama steps down on January 20. “The issue is still hot and this is not the end of it,” Netanyahu told the ministers before the weekly cabinet meeting, referring to Friday’s UN Security Council resolution censuring the Israeli settlements. Netanyahu has claimed openly since that horrific Obama/Kerry debacle that according to information that reached Israel, there was no doubt that the Obama administration was behind the resolution, … Continue reading

Why Is Jeh Johnson Flexing Muscle Now Less Than Fifteen Days Before A New Administration

Statement by Secretary Jeh Johnson on the Designation of Election Infrastructure as a Critical Infrastructure Subsector Release Date: January 6, 2017 For Immediate Release I have determined that election infrastructure in this country should be designated as a subsector of the existing Government Facilities critical infrastructure sector. Given the vital role elections play in this country, it is clear that certain systems and assets of election infrastructure meet the definition of critical infrastructure, in fact and in law. I have reached this determination so that election infrastructure will, on a more formal and enduring basis, be a priority for cybersecurity … Continue reading

Media Freaking Over Trump Recall Of Foreign Diplomats Appointed By Obama

Several MSM sites are screaming about the recall of foreign diplomats by Trump and almost to a word every site is quoting almost exactly the same text as this one: In Break With Precedent, Obama Envoys Are Denied Extensions Past Inauguration Day New York Times By Julie Hirschfeld Davis Jan. 5, 2017 WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump’s transition staff has issued a blanket edict requiring politically appointed ambassadors to leave their overseas posts by Inauguration Day, according to several American diplomats familiar with the plan, breaking with decades of precedent by declining to provide even the briefest of grace periods. … Continue reading

Broward Sheriff Fire confirms at least 8 people shot, some dead at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Intl. Airport

Breaking News Broward Sheriff Fire confirms at least 8 people shot, some dead at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Intl. Airport Channel 7 News – Miami January 6, 2017 Nicole Lopez-Alvar Broward Sheriff Fire confirms at least 8 people shot, some dead at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Intl. Airport FORT LAUDERDALE-HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, FLA. (WSVN) – According Broward Sheriff Fire, there are at least eight people shot at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport with multiple fatalities. FLL officials said the shooting took place in the lower level baggage claim area, in Terminal 2, at around 12:55 p.m., Friday. There was an active shooter call at one … Continue reading

Destruction of Public Documents For Political Reasons

    New York City ID Holders Aren’t a Threat, N.Y.P.D. Official Says in Court New York Times By Liz Robbins JAN. 5, 2017 The New York Police Department’s highest-ranking counterterrorism official said in court on Thursday that records associated with the city’s municipal ID card program could be destroyed without increasing the risk of terrorism. John Miller, the department’s deputy commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism, was testifying in the courtroom of Justice Philip G. Minardo of the State Supreme Court on Staten Island in a case brought by two State Assembly members from the borough who are seeking to … Continue reading

Sen. Cruz Introduces Bill for Term Limit Amendment

Hannity and Cruz discuss a Term Limit Amendment, Trump’s cabinet pick, Russian hacking, and Obama’s classless exit. I wholeheartedly agree.  Term limits would fix an enormous about of problems within politics. Cruz nailed it.  Good to see him aboard the Trump train. ~ Hardnox  

PJ Watson: The Truth About Depression

Why does popular culture glorify and fetishize depression? It’s now a form of virtue signaling to constantly drone on about how depressed you are on social media. How did being weak-minded and emotionally incontinent become a positive personality trait? Nailed it.  Being a depressed douche is not a strength.  Neither is being a snowflake. Funny how there are so few conservatives that suffer from depression.  The franchise is owned by leftards.  Coincidence? Nah… I didn’t thinks so. ~ hardnox

Hannity Interview with Assange

Sean Hannity flew over to the UK to interview Julian Assange who is the founder of Wikileaks which has leaked tens of thousands of emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee, John Podesta (Hillary’s campaign chief), and a host of Clinton operatives.  The Democrats have never denied the content of the emails but have instead chosen to attack the leakers.  Moreover, the Russians did it and they are responsible for Hillary’s loss to Trump.  Never mind that she sucked as a candidate and that the DNC totally rigged their primaries since Hillary was preselected by the Party elite and the … Continue reading