Saturday, July 28, 2018

RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS...for those who missed last night's show (or just want to listen in again) where Craig and Diane discussed 'Beyond Red Lines...Pressure, Retaliation, and Military Threats'; 'A Steaming Vat of Liberal Hypocrisy'; and important news of the can listen to it at your convenience on SoundCloud at:

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Whistleblower: Denver VA Office Didn't Do Any Work...For A Year

Whistleblower: Denver VA Office Didn't Do Any Work...For A Year Well, it seems Veterans Affairs is once again back in the news. The department has been engulfed in a sea of scandal of mismanagement and malfeasance, which also showed the public not only the deplorable conditions many veterans face when receiving health care, but a window into how a single-payer system might operate. It’s not good. For starters, there was the waiting period fiasco, which was so deep and bungled that the VA inspector general said it was possible that over 300,000 veterans may have died whilst waiting for their appointments. More stories like this continue to pop up. Last June, it was reported that nearly 100 veterans died while waiting for health care at the Los Angeles VA hospital, though the delays did not cause their deaths per se. It’s still an appalling story.

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Obama administration knowingly gave $200,000 in taxpayer money to Al Qaeda affiliate in Sudan
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch

More aid and comfort to the enemy. Is that not the very definition of treason? The Obama administration’s strategy seemed to be to weaken the U.S. politically, militarily, and economically, leveling the differences between it and other countries, on the assumption that the U.S. was the cause of the world’s ills. He should be tried […]

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Rod Rosenstein Has Major Conflicts of Interest in Trump Collusion Case – Signature on FISA App Only The Latest

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions, famously and unwisely, recused himself from the Trump/Russia Collusion case in March 2017 because he had met twice during the 2016 presidential campaign with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak. There are, however, far more compelling reasons why Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should have recused himself.

Last weekend, in response to a Judicial Watch FOIA request, the DOJ released documents relating to the FBI’s FISA court applications for a warrant (and subsequent renewals) to surveil low-level Trump campaign advisor Carter Page. Although heavily redacted, these documents revealed that Rosenstein had signed off on the last one. This development is serious, but it is only the latest of his many conflicts of interests. And up until now, there’s been scant attention paid to them.

Wednesday night’s news that House Republicans have filed articles of impeachment against him, has thrust Rosenstein and his highly partisan history back into the spotlight.

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