Fixing Education in America is Job One
De Omnibus Dubitandum
By Rich Kozlovich
I'm no longer sending out notices for P&D, some have expressed the
desire to still get my commentaries. This link to My Commentary will take you there.
Before opening any of the five commentaries appearing in today's P&D, I would like to draw your attention to this American Thinker piece by Patricia McCarthy, Benedict Arnold, Bill Clinton, Joe Biden and Alejandro Mayorkas – liars and traitors all, where she outlines in the clearest possible terms the corruption and damage these sewer trout are doing to the nation. She calls them all traitors.
The Clintons have been tawdry, brazen liars, devious and corrupt, and the author shows how they became massively wealthy selling out America, and have done all this with impunity. Right along with the Obamas, and especially Joe Biden who:
........has been a pathological liar for all his years in Congress, as a representative and then as a senator. He can’t open his mouth without lies spewing forth; there are far too many to list. From his early support of segregation to his later denial; his plagiarism, his lies about his academic record, etc., etc. In truth, Biden has always been a racist, a rather vicious one at that. See his attempt to humiliate Clarence Thomas at his SCOTUS confirmation. The man is one of the most greedy, corrupt politicians ever to steal the presidency, which he did, and to end up in the Oval Office.
And she doesn't stop there. She calls the entire Democrat party traitors to Americans for their pro-criminal positions, the medical profession for butchering children to appease gender misfits, Republicans for being spineless, and calls them all traitors to America. She ends with this:
A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rutling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. Marcus Tullius Cicero
There's only one problem with this quote. Marcus Tullius Cicero never said it. But does it matter? That statement is profound and factual no matter who said it or when. These people are all traitors, just like Benedict Arnold.
I'm leading today with Daniel Greenfield's piece on just how corrupt the system of justice in America has become under the Democrat party. They're killing the nation allowing murders, rapists, thieves, drug dealers, and pedophile wolves to run rampant among the sheep, because they're no longer "good shepherds". We are at the precipice to disaster in every aspect of America society. Why is that so hard to grasp?
- Did New Yorkers Die, So a DA Could Target Trump? By
- Fossil fuels still dominate security and defense needs By Don Ritter
- Let’s Cut the Budget Nonsense By Robert E. Wright
- Litigating The Government's Metastasizing Censorship Regime By Francis Menton
- More Evidence Against Universal Basic Income By Dan Mitchell
Constant as the North Star