by Lisa Frank
There are very few crime/mystery novels that approach this true story for compelling drama, intrigue and brinkmanship (with the nation in the balance).
Don’t believe the fake-media story that Trump made a mistake or huge gaffe by firing Comey.
Don’t believe the media narrative from the left that it was an attempt to silence Comey from some investigation into Trump. Don’t believe the RINO narrative that Comey is a good guy just trying to do his job in terrible circumstances and the timing was bad. Don’t believe the lie that Comey was admired and respected by career FBI investigators and agents. Don’t believe the lie that Trump’s “tweets” are not professional and have no strategic purpose. His tweets are weaponized and deadly.
James Comey is a poisonous snake of the highest order… a deep-water Swamp Denizen who has been highly paid to deliberately provide cover for high-level corruption by the Clintons and Obama. He is has been central to trying to destroy the Trump campaign and then the Trump administration from the start. He is as dirty as they come in DC. He had highest-level cover (the FBI no less) and was deep into an effort to eliminate Trump. Trump had to move hard, fast, and at exactly the right time to cut the head off the snake without getting bitten by the snake or being finished by the other swamp denizens.
Begin by noticing how the President fired Comey when Comey was 3,000 miles away from his office, that Comey had no inkling he was being cut, that all his files, computers, and everything in his office were seized by his boss Sessions and the justice department. This was not a violation of protocol, it was tactical. Notice how Prez Trump compartmentalized the strike and did not inform any of his White House “staff” to prevent leaks. Notice how he emasculated Comey and the swamp denizens by letting them know in a tweet that the Attorney General got information (surveillance “tapes” from the seizure of Comey’s office) to let Comey and his handlers know that Trump’s DOJ has the goods on them. This was a brilliant, strategic and totally imperative move at exactly the right time against horrible, evil and corrupt powers infesting our government. Continue reading
A picture is worth a thousand words. But when the picture exposes corruption at every level in government, its value increases exponentially. People hardly read anymore which is why art has such a high value in our ever increasingly dumbed-down world. Our attention span seems to be dropping precipitously which makes the implementation of memes all the more appropriate. Are you still with me? The following are some of my favorite political cartoonists, artists, and illustrators of the truth. David Dees Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.…
For the past 70 some odd years, the health and medical professionals have been proselytizing the idea that saturated fats that we eat (like coconut oil and butter), not only have a strong correlation to the cholesterol in our blood, but that they clog our arteries and cause cardiovascular heart disease. There’s a lot of pseudo-science and dogma that upholds this mistaken beLief. So, let’s get the skinny on the real science behind fat.
The science used to ostensibly prove this so called “Lipid hypothesis” is extremely problematic. They often would just cherry pick countries of study that suited their hypothesis. Other questionable techniques they used to reverse engineer their hypothesis include feeding rabbits saturated fats. The poor bunnies did drop dead, but the flaw here is that rabbits are herbivores, and therefore are not designed to eat fat. Of course they are going to get sick and die! Continue reading
Tacitus is considered to be one of the greatest Roman historians and is known for the brevity and compactness of his Latin prose, as well as for his penetrating insights into the psychology of power politics. Living from 56–120 A.D. he was a senator and historian of the Roman Empire.
Details about his personal life are scarce. What little is known comes from scattered hints throughout his work, the letters of his friend and admirer Pliny the Younger, and an inscription found at Mylasa in Caria.
One of his more politically incorrect writings, Germania, discusses the history of my ancestors, so I include it here. [listen or download]
He also wrote The Histories and The Annuls.
I gathered some of his quotes that I really liked. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.