Sniffing sarin

April 19, 2018

A CNN reporter sniffed the belongings of Syrian “chemical attack” survivors during a recent report. Why in the world did she think that was a good idea?

Hacking the DNA ladder

April 17, 2018

The EU has approved trials to change the human genome to fight a specific blood disorder, while Japan has given a green light to human-animal chimeras.

The memo

February 2, 2018

A quick analysis of the Nunes memo, which was released today at the direction of President Trump.

Coverup or conspiracy theory?

May 18, 2017

Major media spins questions about the murder of Seth Rich, who shared tens of thousands of DNC emails with WikiLeaks, as nothing but conservative conspiracy theories.

Comey’s revenge

May 17, 2017

The New York Times continues the Deep State’s assault on President Trump with a story accusing him of interfering with a federal investigation into Russian influence on the Trump campaign.

Microchipping the mentally disabled

December 15, 2016

The House passed a bill to offer grants for implanting GPS microchips in Alzheimer’s patients and children with ‘developmental disabilities’. The question is how the government defines that term.

FBI’s early Halloween trick for Hillary

October 31, 2016

FBI Director James Comey rocked the presidential race by reopening the investigation into Hillary’s use of an illegal private email server as Secretary of State.

Forced to do the right thing

October 30, 2016

Back in July, I gave FBI director James Comey the benefit of the doubt when he held his press conference to explain why Hillary Clinton wasn’t being indicted. Judge Andrew Napolitano has a better understanding of the way Washington works, and he offers another scenario.

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