When Princeton Professor Cornel West was arrested on Monday for blocking the entrance to the Thomas F. Eagleton Federal Courthouse in St. Louis, not far from Ferguson where protesters turned violent Sunday night and early Monday morning, the media bent over backwards to keep from exposing his radical Marxist background.
The IRS is requesting comments on a notice it issued on potential approaches to issues relating to the highly controversial ObamaCare Health Insurance Tax (HIT), of which most Americans with health insurance policies may not be aware, but which will cost them.
Despite warnings about the consequences from senior U.S. officials, the Obama administration made a “willful decision” to support al-Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, and other jihadist terror groups in Syria, according to former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) chief Michael Flynn. That deliberate aid to Islamic terrorists battling Syrian dictator Bashar al Assad played a crucial role in the rise of the "Islamic State” (ISIS or ISIL). While multiple top U.S. officials have already admitted that Obama’s so-called anti-ISIS coalition helped create, arm, and fund ISIS, Flynn is the highest-ranking administration official to publicly discuss the U.S. role in spawning the savage terror group now slaughtering Christians and other minorities across the Middle East. Almost incredibly, the establishment press and Congress have largely ignored the explosive revelations — even as the White House steps up its military aid to jihadist “rebels” in Syria with air support and training.
The Veterans Administration, in another example of the dangers of the recombination of the three separate powers of government into a single agency, tried to confiscate a veterans guns because he had a mild stroke.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has become more openly critical of business magnate Donald Trump, starting with his criticism of Trump at the beginning of the August 6 Fox News Republican candidates’ debate, when he critcized Trump's refusal to pledge to suport the eventual GOP nominee, and continuing three days later, on Fox News Sunday, when he said: "I don't think we should reward vulgarity."