On Friday, I warned that this would happen, and over the weekend we witnessed extremely disturbing confrontations in both Arizona and Utah. No matter whether you are a supporter of Donald Trump or not, what we are watching unfold should deeply alarm you. Are violent protests, riots and confrontations with police going to become a daily occurrence until the election in November? Will this become the spark that sets off widespread civil unrest all over the nation? Unless Donald Trump wins the election, I have a feeling that he is going to end up deeply regretting running for president, because now his entire family lives under the threat of constant attack. Is this what “political discourse” is going to look like in this country moving forward?
Fiat justitia ruat caelum
“Let justice be done though the heavens fall.”
I believe it is the duty of every single American citizen to sit down and watch the following mini-documentary. In just 45 minutes, you will learn more about the state of the union and the the world around you than decades of schooling and mainstream media could ever provide. Ignorance is not bliss, and if it weren’t for the blinding levels of ignorance pervasive in modern society, we wouldn’t find ourselves in this current deplorable state — on a knife’s edge between manageable serfdom and intolerable tyranny.
Two officials said the airstrike was conducted in recent days in or near Raqqa, the Syrian city that the Islamic State considers its capital, and that it apparently killed Hussain. The officials were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly and so spoke on condition of anonymity.
On Sunday Kathleen Willey rolled out a website dedicated to showcasing the scandals of Clinton and declared she is “absolutely unqualified to run this country.”
Willey was a White House volunteer aide who told 60 Minutes in 1998 that President Clinton had sexually assaulted her in 1993 during his first term.
West Wing assistant Tripp recorded conversations with Monica Lewisnky that were subsequently handed over to independent counsel Kenneth Starr.