President Trump Highlights Democrat Activist Hypocrisy – Flee to America, and Demand We Change it…

Earlier today President Trump drew attention to another uncomfortable truth.  Some of the most virulent anti-American progressive lawmakers entered the United States for the opportunity and freedom within our system.  However, those same politicians then decry the U.S. and demand changes to the system providing the benefit.

In essence, do not flee to the land of liberty, indulge in the benefits and then have the audacity to criticize the foundation of the nation providing the opportunity.

The media immediately went into apoplectic fits of outrage accusing President Trump of being a racist because he calls-out the anti-American messengers directly.

After a media cycle of outrage du jour, President Trump responds:

Jordan Peterson on the worst thing about Donald Trump

Published on Jul 14, 2018

Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and professor. He is the author of Maps of Meaning and more recently, 12 Rules to Life: An Antidote to Chaos. The latter is a bestseller and has seen his popularity soar, as too in many quarters has the criticism of the 56 year old Canadian. Here he discusses the phenomenon of Donald Trump’s presidency. In the full interview, he and Mike discuss Trump, Identity Politics, Depression and much more, here:


Jonathan Haidt: The Three Terrible Ideas Weakening Gen Z and Damaging Universities and Democracies

Jonathan Haidt visited Penn State for a lecture on work from his latest book, “The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas are Setting Up a Generation for Failure.” Haidt is the Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business. Listen to the McCourtney Institute for Democracy’s podcast interview with Jonathan on the moral foundations of politics and democracy:… Thank you Penn State’s World in Conversation for recording and producing the lecture.

Epstein Case Claims Trump Team Scalp: Labor Chief Still Defends Secret Plea Deal

Bill Whittle
Published on Jul 12, 2019
The Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case claims a Trump team scalp as Labor chief Alex Acosta resigns. He still defends his actions a decade ago in a secret deal that many view as a slap on the wrist for Epstein. Should Trump have fought for him or fired him? This episode of Bill Whittle Now is one of 48 shows each month produced by the Members at To learn more about what Membership means, visit…

Clinton Witness Removal Program?

There have been countless stories of how Jeffrey Epstein and the Clintons would fly around and go off to his secret places. When federal prosecutors announced sex trafficking charges against Jeffrey Epstein this week, they described him as “a man of nearly infinite means.” They argued that his vast wealth — and his two private jets — made him a flight risk. Bill Clinton took four trips with Epstein on his private jets, one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa.

Former President Clinton has not been linked by prosecutors to the current or previous accusations against Mr. Epstein in sex trafficking. Epstein began in finance at Bear Stearns and when he struck out on his own, Mr. Epstein came in contact with Clinton in 2002, when the former president took a trip on Mr. Epstein’s private jet. Clinton had been out of the White House for two years and the contact seemed to be related to the Clinton Foundation. Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers said in a letter back in 2007 that he forged a close relationship with former President Bill Clinton and helped conceive an arm of the Clinton Foundation.

Of course, the rumors running around are that Epstein will spill the beans on Bill. The problem with that scenario is the presumption that the prosecutors would even be interested in exposing Clinton, which to date nobody has dared to even assume there is fire behind the smoke.

Left’s Death Threats against Mini-AOC

The peaceful left has made death threats against Ava and her family for her imitation of AOC. Her family posted this on Twitter and announced that they have deleted all posts because the right to freedom of speech does not exist if you disagree with the left.

AOC & Banking

Joint Presser – Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Resigns from Cabinet….

In his former role as U.S. Attorney for the District of Miami Alexander Acosta was one of the senior DOJ officials involved in the Jeffrey Epstein case.  Mr. Acosta has explained his role and justified all the actions of his office over a decade ago.  However, the media and political opponents to the administration are using Acosta to attack the Trump cabinet.

Today President Trump and Labor Secretary Acosta announce the decision to depart from the administration.  President Trump doesn’t want Acosta to resign, but understands he is doing so in order to stop any further distractions to the administration and labor dept.


[Transcript] THE PRESIDENT: I think he was a great Labor Secretary, not a good Labor Secretary. He’s done a fantastic job. He’s a friend of everybody in the administration. And I got a call this morning, early, from Alex. And I think he did a very good job yesterday. Under a lot of pressure, he did a fantastic job and he explained it. He made a deal that people were happy with, and then, 12 years later, they’re not happy with it. You’ll have to figure all of that out.

But the fact is, he has been a fantastic Secretary of Labor. And Alex called me this morning and he wanted to see me. And I actually said, “Well, we have the press right out here, so perhaps you just want to say it to the press.”

But I just want to let you know, this was him, not me, because I’m with him. He was a — he’s a tremendous talent. He’s a Hispanic man. He went to Harvard. A great student. And, in so many ways, I just hate what he’s saying now because we’re going to miss him.

But, please, Alex.

SECRETARY ACOSTA: Thank you, Mr. President. Over the last week, I’ve seen a lot of coverage of the Department of Labor, and what I have not seen is the incredible job creation that we’ve seen in this economy — more than 5 million jobs. I haven’t seen that workplace injuries are down, bucking a three-year trend; workplace fatalities are down, bucking a three-year trend; that we had the safest year ever in mining, the lowest number of fatalities ever in mining.

I have seen coverage of this case that is over 12 years old, that had input and vetting at multiple levels of the Department of Justice. And as I look forward, I do not think it is right and fair for this administration’s Labor Department to have Epstein as the focus, rather than the incredible economy that we have today.

And so I called the President this morning. I told him that I thought the right thing was to step aside. You know, Cabinet positions are temporary trusts. It would selfish for me to stay in this position and continue talking about a case that’s 12 years old, rather than about the amazing economy we have right now.

And so I submitted my resignation to the President –effective seven days from today, effective one week from today — earlier this morning.

Q If the Secretary explained himself, as you say he did two days ago, why the need for him to resign?

THE PRESIDENT: There’s no need at all, as far as I’m concerned. I would have — I watched Alex yesterday. I thought Alex did a great job. And, you know, you could always second guess people, and you could say it should have been tougher. They do it with me all the time. I make a great deal with anybody, and then they say — like, the Democrats — “Oh, it could have been better.”

I got $1.2 billion settlement fined from a company, from ZTE. And the next day — and everybody couldn’t believe it. The next day, the Democrats said, “Oh, he should have gotten more.” So you can always be second guessed. That’s what people do.

I just want to tell you: This is a person that I’ve gotten to know. There hasn’t been an ounce of controversy at the Department of Labor until this came up. And he’s doing this not for himself; he’s doing this for the administration.

And, Alex, I think you’ll agree. I said, “You don’t have to do this.” He doesn’t have to do this.

Q Why would you — why would you accept his resignation?

Q But you accepted the resignation. You accepted the — why did you accept the resignation if he hasn’t done anything wrong?

THE PRESIDENT: I do, and we have — we have — as everybody knows, we have Pat Pizzella, who right now is a deputy, and he’ll be Acting for a period of time. I think you know Pat. He’s a good man, highly recommended by Alex. But Pat is going to be Acting, and we’ve already informed him.

[Transcript of Acosta Portion End]

Jordan Peterson on BBC 5 live

Published on Jan 29, 2018

The Canadian psychologist and author talks to BBC 5 live’s Sarah Brett and Nihal Arthanayake about his latest book “12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos”. If you like this, subscribe to the Headliners podcast to hear the best of 5 live’s interviews each and every week:…

Epstein Detention Memo – Seized Safe Contents Include CD ROM’s of Victims With Other Suspects…

In the U.S. DOJ detention memo (full pdf below) federal prosecutors argue that Jeffrey Epstein should be denied bail.  Within the 10-page memo some of the victim evidence seized by federal authorities from a locked safe belonging to Epstein is documented.

Epstein is accused of sex trafficking, and apparently he kept records which included CD ROM’s of young women with other potential suspects and/or participants:

[Page 9 pdf] “Finally, despite having been previously convicted of a sex offense involving an underage victim, the defendant has continued to maintain a vast trove of lewd photographs of young-looking women or girls in his Manhattan mansion. In a search of the New York Residence on the night of his arrest, on July 6-7, 2019, pursuant to judicially-authorized warrants, law enforcement officers discovered not only specific evidence consistent with victim recollections of the inside of the mansion, further strengthening the evidence of the conduct charged in the Indictment, but also at least hundreds—and perhaps thousands—of sexually suggestive photographs of fully- or partially nude females.

While these items were only seized this weekend and are still being reviewed, some of the nude or partially-nude photographs appear to be of underage girls, including at least one girl who, according to her counsel, was underage at the time the relevant photographs were taken. Additionally, some of the photographs referenced herein were discovered in a locked safe, in which law enforcement officers also found compact discs with hand-written labels including the following:

“Young [Name] + [Name],” “Misc nudes 1,” and “Girl pics nude.”

The defendant, a registered sex offender, is not reformed, he is not chastened, he is not repentant;6 rather, he is a continuing danger to the community and an individual who faces devastating evidence supporting deeply serious charges.” (cloud – pdf link)

Here is the Full Detention Memo: