Jul 06 08:21

Biden Blurs The Lines Between Female And Male In Sports

The first half of 2021 has been marked by multiple cultural and legal battles over policies relating to transgender athletes participating in girls’ and women’s sports. More of these sort loom as the Biden administration and some states take significantly divergent positions on the hot button issue.

One of the first actions Joe Biden took as president was to sign an executive order preventing discrimination against people based on gender identity.

Opponents argue that female-identifying biological males playing against women is unfair to biological females.

Jul 06 06:40

Biden Literally KNEELS Before Israeli President In Bizarre And Humiliating Display — Pledges Unconditional Support To Israel

President Joe Biden dropped to his knees during a meeting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at the White House on Monday, in an exceedingly bizarre and embarrassing show of desperation.

President Rivlin and his chief of staff Rivka Ravitz could be seen laughing at Biden during the humiliating display.

Jul 06 06:20

Transgender: White House to Denounce GOP Child-Protection Laws

White House officials will stage an event on Wednesday to denounce the popular state bills that are being passed to protect children and athletes from pro-transgender activists, teachers, and Democrats.

The event will “highlight the hopes, joys, and success of young transgender and nonbinary people across America,” said a June 29 report from LGBTQnation.com.

But Biden “is throwing our women and girls under the bus,” responded Terry Schilling, the president of the American Principles Project. He told Breitbart News:

The fact that they are hosting an event where they are weaponizing gender-confused children against women’s rights is downright evil. I never thought I’d miss having President Obama, but at least he only sued Catholic nuns and didn’t go after all of our girls. President Biden is a disgrace.

Jul 05 08:35

Biden’s Empire Moment

It’s a maneuver that’s become as routine as slipping into athleisure and dialing into Zoom.

Early this week, we read again of airstrikes in the Middle East, the latest in a tit-for-tat with agents of Iran. “At President Biden’s direction, U.S. military forces earlier this evening conducted defensive precision airstrikes against facilities used by Iran-backed militia groups in the Iraq-Syria border region,” senior Pentagon spox John F. Kirby said in a statement.

“The strikes were both necessary to address the threat and appropriately limited in scope. As a matter of domestic law, the President took this action pursuant to his Article II authority to protect U.S. personnel in Iraq,” Kirby continued. Those with a sense of deja vu could be excused.

Jul 05 07:53

Tara Reade: I thought I was a sexual assault survivor, but apparently Facebook thinks that makes me a ‘dangerous extremist’

The giants of Silicon Valley have allowed hordes of trolls to brand me a liar and blocked my content, but now Facebook themselves are branding me a ‘dangerous extremist’? Big tech censorship is out of control.

In 2019, after the media began their onslaught against me, I woke up to my friend texting me she had left me a present to cheer me up outside my door. It was a copy of Anna Karenina and a note to stay away from train tracks. I smiled at the joke.

No one wants to be notorious. There is a stark contrast between being famous and notorious. One can be famous for performance, work, or art. To be notorious for something that happened to you is a cold and lonely place to reside. The advent of the internet has brought a new level of mob participation on issues; some are paid, some are earnest, and some unhinged, but they may as well be running down the street with pitchforks, as the atmosphere created by such events is the same.

Jul 05 06:57

Biden Kneels Before Israeli President; Pledges Unconditional Support to Israel

President Joe Biden dropped to his knees during a meeting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin last Monday at the White House.

President Rivlin and his chief of staff Rivka Ravitz could be seen laughing at Biden during the humiliating display.

Jul 03 19:23

Biden's Bloated White House Payroll Is Most Expensive In American History

If the White House payroll is a leading indicator of the president’s commitment to expand government then taxpayers have a reason for concern. Projected four-year costs of Biden’s White House payroll could top $200 million.

Jul 02 05:59

Iraqi PM Goes To NATO HQ To Angrily Denounce Biden's Airstrikes

A high level Iraqi delegation led by Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi, as well as Iraq's defense and foreign ministers, made a somewhat unusual visit to NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium on Wednesday to discuss the Western military alliance's continued president inside Iraq.

Prime Minister al-Kadhimi personally conveyed his anger over the violation of Iraq's sovereignty for Sunday night's US airstrikes along the Syrian border, which killed several Iraqi militia members in what Washington dubbed actions against "Iran-backed" groups which had been targeting US troops by drone strikes. "He urged the coalition not to use Iraq to take on neighboring Syria and Iran," according to Newsweek.

Jul 02 05:50

America, Leader Of The Free World? How To Forget US Interference In Foreign Elections

After only five months in office, President Joe Biden has already become notorious for his verbal gaffes and mis-spokes, so much so that an admittedly Republican-partisan physician has suggested that he be tested to determine his cognitive abilities.

That said, however, there is one June 16th tweet that he is responsible for that is quite straightforward that outdoes everything else for sheer mendacity. It appeared shortly after the summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and was apparently intended to be rhetorical, at least insofar as Biden understands the term. It went:

“How would it be if the United States were viewed by the rest of the world as interfering with the elections directly of other countries and everybody knew it? What would it be like if we engaged in activities that he engaged in? It diminishes the standing of a country.”

Jul 02 05:37

"Know What's Good About This?" Biden Finds 'Silver Lining' To Horrific Florida Condo Collapse

President Biden visited the site of the Champlain Towers South building in Surfside, Fla. (a suburb of Miami) on Thursday just as local authorities were calling off the search of the rubble, which had been ongoing for a week, despite the fact that more than 140 people are still missing.

While some questioned why Biden was being allowed to visit with so many still missing, the president managed to (as he often does) stick his foot in his mouth during a press conference where he was flanked by local leaders.

Jul 01 14:22

WOW. This Video is all the EVIDENCE They Need To Invoke the 25th Amendment and Install Kamala

Jul 01 12:17

Over 100 groups demand Biden end 'unlawful' drone strikes outside war zones

More than 100 organisations have urged US President Biden to end "unlawful" drone strikes and the use of other lethal force outside of traditional combat zones.

In a letter released on Wednesday, 113 activist groups framed the issue as a matter of racial justice, and said drone strikes had "exacted an appalling toll on Muslim, Brown and Black communities in multiple parts of the world".

"We appreciate your stated commitments to ending 'forever wars,' promoting racial justice, and centering human rights in US foreign policy," the groups said in the letter.

"Disavowing and ending the lethal strikes program is both a human rights and racial justice imperative in meeting these commitments.

Jul 01 12:01

Conrad Black: A Tsunami Of Crises About To Swamp Biden Administration

The Biden-Harris administration is now in an extended levitation of credibility. Except for Donald Trump, who entered office in the midst of a public relations terror campaign against him and had no trace of a political honeymoon, all incoming presidents arrive with a favoring wind of bipartisan goodwill behind them.

Especially as President Biden came into office promising a quieter and more genteel atmosphere and has largely done that, it is not surprising that his general popularity has been sustained at somewhat above 50 percent these first five months. But for a long time the Democrats have not had any war-cry except “We’re not Trump” and “That is racism.”

In service to that credo, from Inauguration Day they have taken the position that they would do the reverse of anything Trump did: outright reaction unsupported by any analysis. Nothing else is conceivable as an explanation for their southern border policy.

Jul 01 10:13

As Joe Biden Visits Surfside Disaster Scene, the Blame Game Begins But What Could Have Gone Wrong?

US President Joe Biden is visiting Surfside in Florida, a week after Champlain Towers South, a 12-storey condominium building collapsed, killing more than 150 people. But why did the building fail and how common are such faults?

The official death toll from last week’s Surfside disaster stands at 18 but 140 people remain missing and are believed to be buried beneath a huge pile of rubble.

On Wednesday, 30 June, Miami-Dade police identified Anaely Rodriguez, 42, and her
children Lucia Guara, 10, and four-year-old Emma Guara. The body of their father, Marcus Guara, 52, was identified at the weekend.

Jul 01 05:15

New Report Details Bastion of Dysfunction, Low Morale in VP’s Office: ‘People Feel Treated Like Sh*t’

After interviewing 22 current and former staffers, officials, and associates of the president and vice president, Politico reporters paint a picture of “a tense and at times dour office atmosphere” for aides to Vice President Kamala Harris.

In a piece published on Wednesday night, Harris’s office is portrayed as a morale-killing and occasionally dysfunctional place that lacks effective communication.

“People are thrown under the bus from the very top,” said one source with knowledge of office politics among the vice president’s aides. “It’s not a healthy environment and people often feel mistreated. It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like s—.”

Jul 01 05:03

Joe Biden to 'anger EU' by shutting Brussels out of US trade plan

US President Joe Biden's "Buy American" plan could deal a huge blow to the EU's hopes of a trade deal with Washington. When he signed the flagship policy in January, Mr Biden declared: “The US Government should, whenever possible, procure goods, products, materials, and services from sources that will help American businesses compete in strategic industries and help America’s workers thrive.” With international trade low on the priority list, the EU's ambitions of strengthening trading ties with the US may have to wait.

Erik Brattberg, the Europe programme director at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, told Vox in January that the EU "are not keen on following the US” in a more protectionist route.

He added: “Just because Biden is being nice and he’s not Trump doesn’t change that calculus.”

Vox reported this policy, which could shut the EU out of US trade plans, will "anger" Brussels.

Jun 30 06:38

BREAKING: White House Refuses To Admit NSA Is Spying On Tucker Carlson, Psaki Dodges Question

The White House is refusing to say whether or not the National Security Agency was in fact illegally monitoring the electronic communications of Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

Aboard Air Force One en route to Wisconsin, a reporter asked White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki if the National Security Agency was spying on Tucker Carlson as was revealed on his show last night. Psaki dodged the question and refused to answer it, referring the reporter to the intelligence community instead. “Tucker Carlson said that NSA is spying on him, is the administration aware of any espionage or listening efforts on US citizens by the NSA, and is Tucker Carlson one of them?” asked the reporter.

Jun 30 06:11

GLORIOUS: Biden’s Fiddling With Afghanistan Withdrawal Has Ensured the Empire Is Exiting in the Most Humiliating Way Possible

The Empire is exiting Afghanistan in the most humiliating way possible with the Taliban fast on their heels and throwing out the US-installed government from one district after another even before the Americans leave. It is absolutely glorious.

When the Americans are out the Imperial Capital will not be able to claim “peace with honor” even for five minutes. Its utter failure and defeat are already so readily apparent before they are out, and still they have no choice but continue their exit.

And to think it could have all been avoided. Sure, after the Americans left the Taliban were always going to eventually reduce the left-behind US puppet government to Kabul, a few major cities, and a swathe of the north —— but it didn’t need to happen so quickly, and it certainly need not have happened before the Americans even left.

Jun 29 13:50

Media Skewers Psaki After Claim The GOP Defunded The Police - (Video)

White House press secretary Jen Psaki still backs assertions made by President Joe Biden consultant Cedric Richmond that Republicans defunded America’s police departments, even though it was the Democrats who protested the police and prompted defunding it.

"'Republicans defunded the police,'" Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy quoted Richmond as saying in a question to Psaki, "'by not supporting the American Rescue Plan.' But how is that an argument to be made when the president never mentioned needing money for police to stop a crime wave when he was selling the American Rescue Plan?"

Jun 29 09:06

Republicans Should Reject Biden’s Family Takeover, Support a Bipartisan Baby Bonus Instead by Jon Schweppe

Democrats and Republicans agree on little these days, and that couldn’t be more true when it comes to pro-family economic policy. While a number of Republicans have proposed expanding the child tax credit or considered other ways to direct cash assistance to families, Democrats prefer a big government approach.

In April, the White House released what it called the “American Families Plan,” a $1.8 trillion spending package that promises a bunch of giveaways to left-wing interest groups, most notably to woke activists in the education establishment. One of the plan’s most controversial proposals calls for $200 billion for two years of “free” universal preschool, ensuring that kids are properly taught the sacraments of the new state religion — anti-Americanism, gender ideology, and critical race theory — before they are given any other ideas by their parents at home.

Jun 29 08:54

Russia-China the Endgame

The consolidation of the Russia-China alliance this week spells the endgame for Western imperialism and the never-ending wars that it spawns.

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and China’s leader Xi Jinping celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Sino-Russian Treaty of Friendship, first signed in July 2001. The hallmark of that historic accord is a mutual commitment to peace, prosperity and global stability.

As Putin commented, the alliance between Russia and China is a vital source of “stability at a time of increasing geopolitical turbulence”. The latter remark is an oblique reference to the US-led Western states which are driven by ratcheting up antagonism and tensions with Moscow and Beijing using all sorts of spurious complaints.

Jun 29 07:39

When A President Lies

Joe Biden received much media praise for his meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin on June 16th. However, little attention has been paid to an issue posed by an Associate Press reporter in a press conference following the meeting: “U.S. intelligence has said that Russia tried to interfere in the last two presidential elections, and that Russia groups are behind hacks like SolarWinds and some of the ransomware attacks you just mentioned.”

In response, Biden answered:

Let’s get this straight: How would it be if the United States were viewed by the rest of the world as interfering with the elections directly of other countries, and everybody knew it? What would it be like if we engaged in activities that he is engaged in?

He concluded,

“It diminishes the standing of a country that is desperately trying to make sure it maintains its standing as a major world power.”

Jun 29 07:12


The United States has become increasingly tyrannical in the past hundred or so years, but the seizure of journalistic websites has to be one of the most obvious. Do the rulers of the U.S. even try to pretend they want free speech anymore?

With obvious censorship of those in America who dissent and research and use their own critical thinking and discernment to come to their own conclusions, it has become blatant that there is no such thing as a Constitution that will “protect” the rights of anyone.

Ron Paul Institute Director Daniel McAdams appeared on RT International to discuss the U.S. government’s seizure of more than 30 news websites in Iran and the Middle East including at least one in “ally” Iraq. While the U.S. lies and talks up its support for press freedom internationally, this seizure demonstrates that the only press considered “free” by the US government is the press that praises the US government.

Jun 29 07:09

US Strike Killed Child, Wounded Three Civilians at Iraq-Syria Border

Details are emerging on the overnight US attacks against the border area of Iraq and Syria. One of the strikes killed a child, and wounded three civilians when it hit a residential area.

That missile strike hit an area in al-Bukamal, the main border crossing city in Syria leading to Iraq. There is no indication why the US thought this residential area was a military target, though US officials maintain that the strikes were valid as “self-defense.”

The US strikes were meant to target an Iraqi Shi’ite militia, Ketaib Hezbollah, under the pretense that the group is an “Iranian-backed militia.” The militia, and other allied Iraqi militias, are now threatening “open war” in retaliation.

The Pentagon’s statement on the US attack claimed the two strikes in Syria hit “weapons storage facilities.” This is clearly not the case if that missile is any indication, as it hit a civilian home in a relatively small city.

Jun 29 06:50

Biden Sees Attack on Iraq Militia as ‘Message to Iran’

Reports were that the JCPOA nuclear talks in Vienna were going pretty well, with Iran saying that a deal is possible. The Biden Administration has decided that this is a good time to send an overtly hostile message by attacking Iraqi militias, which they framed as pro-Iranian.

The US sees the attacks as a “clear message” to Iran, and coming just after the Iranian elections, which the US also condemned, this does not seem to be the sort of message that suggests diplomacy is being facilitated.

So far, other than criticizing the attack, Iran isn’t reacting in any specific way to the attack. This may not be a priority for them since the militia’s status as “pro-Iranian” is a lot more definitive in US eyes than it is to anyone else.

Jun 29 06:47

Biden's Lawless Bombing of Iraq and Syria Only Serves the Weapons Industry Funding Both Parties

For the second time in the five months since he was inaugurated, President Joe Biden on Sunday ordered a U.S. bombing raid on Syria, and for the first time, he also bombed Iraq. The rationale offered was the same as Biden's first air attack in February: the U.S., in the words of Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, “conducted defensive precision airstrikes against facilities used by Iran-backed militia groups in the Iraq-Syria border region.” He added that “the United States acted pursuant to its right of self-defense.”

Jun 29 06:29

In Joe Biden’s America, Whites Are the Enemy 

What are those silly white people so nervous about? Republicans are in a panic over critical race theory! They’re afraid of things they don’t understand! Don’t they know that racism against whites, according to our phony-baloney definition of racism, is a logical impossibility?

Jun 29 06:14

The US has bombed Syria and Iraq again, apparently just because it can, giving little or no thought to the consequences

The timing and nature of the US airstrikes against Iraqi militia forces operating inside Syria and Iraq begs the question of what, if anything, the US hoped to accomplish.

Sometimes one must wonder if those who plan military strikes at the Pentagon have any situational awareness about the geopolitical realities in the regions they attack, or if their actions are guided by ignorance-laced hubris that shields them from any connection to the real world.

This disconnect with reality was on full display on June 27, 2021, when US military aircraft launched strikes against three targets affiliated with the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), a state-sanctioned umbrella organization of primarily Iranian-backed Shi’a militias formed in 2014 to fight the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS).

Jun 29 05:29

BREAKING NEWS: Joe Biden says Iran will 'never' get a nuclear weapon on his watch – as multiple rockets hit a US base in Syria less than 24 hours after he launched airstrikes against Iranian-backed militia sites

President Joe Biden said Monday Iran would 'never' acquire a nuclear weapon on his watch, following repots that U.S. forces in Syria came under attack a day after the U.S. launched strikes on Iranian proxies.

'What I can say to you Iran will never get a nuclear weapon on my watch as they say,' Biden said in the Oval Office while meeting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.

Biden told Rivlin the U.S. commitment to Israel's security was 'ironclad.'

Jun 29 05:28

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas defends Kamala's trip to El Paso - but dodges question over whether she will visit migrant tent camps where children are self-harming and trying to escape

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Monday it was he who suggested Vice President Kamala Harris pinpoint her border visit in El Paso – rather than the Rio Grande Valley border where the lion's share of detentions are occurring.

He spoke after a Friday border visit by Harris failed to assuage some critics, who asked why she didn't focus her trip on the areas where childhood arrivals have overwhelmed the federal response.

'It was my recommendation to visit El Paso,' Mayorkas told CBS This Morning on Monday. 'El Paso is actually one of the busiest of the nine sectors across the southwest border and it also provides the opportunity to see the full expanse of our work,' said Mayorkas, who accompanied Harris on the trip.

Jun 29 05:22

FNC’s Carlson: ‘The Biden Administration Is Spying on Us — We’ve Confirmed That’

Jun 28 18:52

Tucker: The NSA Is Illegally Spying On Me And My Show And Is Working to Get Me Off The Air

Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Monday night reported that a whistleblower contacted him over the weekend to reveal that the National Security Agency is illegally spying on him and his team's electronic communications and is "planning to leak them in an attempt to take this show off the air."

Jun 28 12:56

NATO Leaders Fear Biden Will Let Putin Overtake Europe

In a May virtual meeting with President Joe Biden, a collection of nine Eastern European NATO nations led by Romania called for a bigger allied military presence on the Eastern Bloc. The group, recognized as the Bucharest Nine, saw an imminent threat from Russia’s troop increase of 100,000 soldiers on the border with Ukraine. Romania wants more American troops to stop Russia, and they are making investments to ensure it.

Russian President Vladimir Putin still thinks the Bucharest Nine nations to be within his circle of influence, and he is using hybrid warfare to inject misinformation and divide NATO members. Romania is pushing back through its relationship with the United States, investing heavily in defense infrastructure, multi-lateral exercises, and American military hardware.

Jun 28 11:43

Biden's Lawless Bombing of Iraq and Syria Only Serves the Weapons Industry Funding Both Parties

For the second time in the five months since he was inaugurated, President Joe Biden on Sunday ordered a U.S. bombing raid on Syria, and for the first time, he also bombed Iraq. The rationale offered was the same as Biden's first air attack in February: the U.S., in the words of Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, “conducted defensive precision airstrikes against facilities used by Iran-backed militia groups in the Iraq-Syria border region.” He added that “the United States acted pursuant to its right of self-defense.”

Jun 28 07:44

Biden Announces Series of Executive Actions Backing Gun Control

Joe Biden announced a series of executive actions Wednesday confirming his support for gun control.

“The Second Amendment from the day it was passed limited the type of people who could own a gun, and what type of weapon you could own,” Biden said. “You couldn’t buy a cannon.”

Biden continued to make a somewhat confusing reference to Thomas Jefferson’s famous “tree of liberty” quote: “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”

“Those who say the blood of patriots, you know, ,and all that stuff about how we’re going to have to move against the government,” Biden said. “If you think you need to have weapons to take on the government, you need F-15s and maybe some nuclear weapons.”

“The point is that there has always been the ability to limit, rationally limit, the type of weapon that could be owned and who could own it,” he continued.

Jun 28 07:02

Jill Biden Will Attend Tokyo Olympics and Meet with World Leaders as President Stays Home, Japanese Paper Claims in Bombshell Report

President Joe Biden will be at the White House when the Olympics open in Tokyo next month, but the Biden family will be represented at the Olympic Games, according to a new report.

First lady Jill Biden will be present for the July 23 opening ceremonies, the Yomiuri Shimbun daily — a Japanese newspaper — reported on Sunday, according to Reuters.

The newspaper said that Biden may also meet with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.

Jun 28 06:48

Biden: My Threat Not to Sign Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Was Not Intended as a Veto Threat

On Thursday, hours after agreeing to framework for an infrastructure bill with a bipartisan group of senators, President Biden said: “If this [bipartisan deal] is the only thing that comes to me, I’m not signing it.”

On Saturday evening, the president said in a lengthy statement that his Thursday comment “created the impression that I was issuing a veto threat on the very plan I had just agreed to, which was certainly not my intent.”

But in his new statement, Biden doesn’t go so far as to say he would actually sign a bipartisan bill if Congress does not also send him a reconciliation bill (which Democrats can pass on a party-line vote).

Here’s Biden’s full statement:

Jun 28 06:32

White House Responds To Report Saying Biden To Reverse Trump's Golan Heights Policy

On Thursday the Washington Free Beacon published a story with the headline: "Biden Admin Walks Back US Recognition of Golan Heights as Israeli Territory." This set off a wave of rumors and follow-up reports, culminating in an official Biden administration response on Friday.

The initial report had stated: "The Biden administration is walking back the United States' historic recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the contested Golan Heights region along Israel's northern border, a significant blow to the Jewish state and one of the Trump administration's signature foreign policy decisions." But the State Department's Near Eastern Affairs Department tweeted in response as the claim began to spread: "US policy regarding the Golan has not changed, and reports to the contrary are false."

Jun 28 05:35

Biden 'Weaponizing The DOJ': Arizona AG Backs Georgia Vote Law

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has written to his counterpart in Georgia, supporting the state over what he called an "absurdly partisan" lawsuit from the Department of Justice over the state’s election integrity laws.

"As the Attorney General of Arizona, another state where the DOJ is attempting to intimidate local officials, please know that we stand with you in this fight and will do whatever we can to push back against this blatantly political and unmerited attack," Brnovich penned on Friday to Georgia AG Christopher Carr.

Jun 28 05:32

Biden Orders Airstrikes On Iran-backed Militias' Weapon Storage Facilities

President Joe Biden on Sunday directed U.S. military forces to carry out three airstrikes on weapons storage facilities used by Iran-backed militia groups.

In a release from the Department of Defense, President Biden had ordered U.S. military forces to conduct defensive precision airstrikes on facilities in Iraq and Syria. The facilities were targeted after several unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) launched attacks on Iraqi bases housing U.S. personnel.

“As demonstrated by this evening's strikes, President Biden has been clear that he will act to protect U.S. personnel. Given the ongoing series of attacks by Iran-backed groups targeting U.S. interests in Iraq, the President directed further military action to disrupt and deter such attacks,” the Defense Department’s news release read.

Jun 27 07:22

NYT: Pesky 14th Amendment Hinders Biden's Plans to Give Tax Dollars to Blacks for Being Black

Since taking office 157 days ago, President Biden has promised to put racial equity at the center of everything he does, pledging in an executive order on Day 1 to take a “systematic approach to embedding fairness in decision-making” as he drafts legislation, hires staff, proposes spending and develops regulations.

But his efforts — which could radically realign the distribution of federal money and benefits in favor of people of color and other underserved communities — are running into legal and political obstacles.

Jun 27 06:17

Another Biden Family Member Getting Rich Off Of Joe's Work

President Biden’s sister and longtime confidant, Valerie Biden ?Owens, has struck a book deal, according to a new report — but the financial terms of the deal are being kept secret.

“Growing Up Biden” is set to be published by Celadon Books on April 12, the Associated Press reported.

According to the AP, Washington, D.C.-based literary agency Javelin represented Owens. The AP noted that Javelin has worked with other big names, including former House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and former FBI Director James Comey.

Jun 27 06:16

Can Infrastructure Bill Be Put Back On Track After Biden Blunder?

The White House was trying to put Joe Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure deal back on track on Saturday, after Republican senators balked at his surprise demand to pair the nearly $1trillion plan with an even bigger investment package.

One senior Republican said the president had made him and others look like “fucking idiots” when he said on Thursday he would not sign a bill unless it was accompanied by trillions more in a separate measure covering Democratic priorities and passed with only Democratic votes.

Tensions appeared to have cooled by Saturday, after White House negotiators Steve Ricchetti and Louisa Terrell assured senators Biden remained enthusiastic about the bipartisan deal, for which they said the president would seek to make a forceful public case.

Jun 27 06:15

Dream Job? Key Kamala Staff Members Already Resigning

A couple of top travel aids for Vice President Kamala Harris have decided to step down from their jobs in the coming weeks.

Karly Satkowiak, the director of advance, and Gabrielle DeFranceschi, the deputy director of advance, will leave, Harris's office verified to the Washington Examiner.

Jun 26 05:32

Biden's Real Crime Against The Economy

I try to keep politics out of my economic analyses, and my approach is non-partisan. But sometimes I can’t avoid it because political policies can have significant economic impacts. Today is one of those times.

One of Joe Biden’s first acts as President was to kill construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. This is a pipeline that would bring oil from the tar sands of Alberta, Canada to the Midwest United States. From there it would be moved through other pipelines or refined and distributed to gas stations and industrial users in America.

Jun 25 10:37

Nolte: Incoherent Joe Biden Warns Americans the Government Has F-15’s and Nukes

“If … you think you need weapons to take on the government, you need F-15’s and maybe some nuclear weapons,” His Fraudulency Joe Biden warned his fellow citizens Wednesday.

That nonsense was part of a bigger point Slow Joe was looking to make about how there have always been restrictions on the Second Amendment, even on day one — you know, all the way back in the 1700s.

“The second amendment from the day it was passed limited the type of people who could own a gun and what type of weapon you could own,” His Fraudulency opined, adding this sizzling whopper, “You couldn’t buy a cannon.”

Then Joe’s old age caught up to him with this word salad of incoherence:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Tyranny survives by fraud and force. When the fraud fails, they resort to force.

Jun 25 10:08

More on Domestic Terrorism: Who Will be the Target?

When the so-called war on domestic terrorism was declared quite early on in the Joe Biden Administration it provoked a wave of dissent from those who recognized that it would inevitably be used to stifle free speech and target constituencies that do not agree with the White House’s plans for sweeping changes in how the country is governed. Some rightly pointed out that every time the Federal government declares war on anyone or anything, to include drugs, poverty, or even Afghanistan, the results are generally counter-productive. But others noted that once fundamental liberties are taken away they will likely never return.

Jun 25 10:00

Harris forced to remind Biden to talk about deadly Miami apartment collapse

Vice President Kamala Harris had to remind President Joe Biden at the White House Thursday to talk about the deadly building collapse in South Florida.

Harris whispered, "Florida, yeah," in Biden's ear as he prepared to walk away from his lectern after delivering remarks on the bipartisan infrastructure agreement at the White House. The president then returned to the microphone and delivered brief remarks on the tragedy that killed at least one individual and left nearly 100 missing.

Jun 25 09:53

Afghan president in Washington to meet US' Biden

US President Joe Biden will meet Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his former political foe, Abdullah Abdullah, today to discuss Washington's support for Afghanistan as the last US troops pack up after 20 years of war and government forces struggle to repel Taliban advances, Reuters reports.

The Oval Office meeting may be as valuable to Ghani for its symbolism as for any new US help because it will be seen as affirming Biden's support for the beleaguered Afghan leader as he confronts Taliban gains, bombings and assassinations, a surge in COVID-19 cases and political infighting in Kabul.

"At a time when morale is incredibly shaky and things are going downhill, anything one can do to help shore up morale and shore up the government is worth doing," said Ronald Neumann, a former US ambassador to Kabul. "Inviting Ghani here is a pretty strong sign that we're backing him."

Jun 25 09:51

‘Creepy Joe’ Trends On Social Media After Biden Does Whispering Act At Press Conference

During his press conference on Thursday, viewers had “Creepy Joe” trending on social media after President Joe Biden answered questions by leaning into the microphone and whispering to reporters.

The purpose of the press briefing was for Biden to answer questions about the news that a bipartisan group of senators had come to a tentative deal on an infrastructure bill.

‘Creepy Joe’ Trends On Twitter

Yet the president responded in a manner some viewers thought was strange to the press audience, whispering to reporters while leaning over his podium time and again.

Townhall put together a video compilation of Biden’s responses on Thursday, which people began to share on Twitter.

It did not take long to get “Creepy Joe” trending.

Republican Congressman Andy Biggs said, “Creepy’ Joe took on a new meaning.”

Jun 25 09:23

Biden’s “New Atlantic Charter” Advances Globalist World Order

The longtime globalist dream of merging the United States with the nations of Europe under an unaccountable transatlantic regime got a big boost this month, with a controversial “New Atlantic Charter” being signed by Joe Biden and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The document advances a dizzying array of internationalist Big Government schemes, including “sustainable development,” entangling military alliances, man-made global-warming alarmism, and the so-called rules-based international order.

But none of it is new. The historical record shows Deep State globalists have been obsessed with the plot for almost a century. The goal is a radical transformation on par with the unprecedented expansion of government under FDR, with a nod to globalist George Soros’ favorite “open societies” language.

Jun 25 09:15

Biden’s $2.3 Trillion Infrastructure Capitulation. Stripped Down to $579 Billion

For weeks I’ve been predicting Biden would capitulate to the Republican-McConnell proposals on infrastructure, including funding it without taxing corps-investors-wealthy. Today, June 24, he did just that, after paring down his original $2.3T proposal for Infrastructure spending step by step. Biden reportedly now agrees to only $579B in new infrastructure spending. What’s not revealed, however, is how much of this total is being earmarked in separate bills that have been moving toward passage that subsidize manufacturing, tech corps, and chip-auto companies. The latter, already agreed to is $52B. Another $110B is in the so-called ‘Endless Frontier Act’, subsidizing US tech development in competition with China. Another unknown amount will no doubt come from Biden’s original $400B targeting manufacturing in his original Infrastructure (aka American Jobs Act) proposal of $2.3T when initially announced months ago.

Jun 25 04:26

Arrogant Narcissism: The Essence Of U.S. Foreign Policy

U.S. leaders routinely intone that the United States stands for a “rules-based international order,” and that Washington has always tried to play its role as benevolent global leader. The reality is decidedly less savory and far more self-centered. Washington’s actual attitude since World War II is one of arrogant national narcissism, and the problem persists in our own era.

Perhaps the most succinct expression of that perspective was Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright’s comment during a February 1998 interview on NBC’s “Today” show. She stated that “we are America; we are the indispensable nation. We stand tall and we see further than other countries into the future.” But that sentiment existed before Albright, and it has continued long after her departure from office.

Jun 24 11:25

Australians favor neutrality in a US-China war

China’s aggressive stands and the sharp deterioration of the bilateral relationship are flowing through strongly to produce record negativity by Australians towards our biggest trading partner.

The Lowy Institute’s annual poll for the first time finds most Australians (52%) see “a military conflict between the United States and China over Taiwan” as a critical threat. This is 17 points up on just a year before.

More than half (56%) think Australia-China relations pose a critical threat.

Jun 24 08:32

Progressives are no longer so pleasantly thrilled with the Biden era

President Joe Biden's honeymoon with progressives is over.

During the first six months of his presidency, party activists mostly heaped praise on Biden's tactics and agenda as Democrats moved to capitalize on what they feared would be a very short time with total control of Congress and the White House. When they did express concern, they rarely mentioned the president by name.

Jun 24 08:20

Democrat Civil War? Progressive Demand Is A Threat To Biden Agenda

Liberal activists are pushing for stalwart liberal Justice Stephen Breyer to retire this year, but Democratic senators don’t share their enthusiasm.

Senators agree it’s entirely up to Breyer, who is 82 years old, to make a decision on when to step down from the high court.

“I am not going to pressure justice in any way. He can make up his own mind,” said Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin (D-Ill.).

Durbin, however, said the Senate would prioritize a Supreme Court confirmation process if Breyer or any other justice vacated his or her seat.

Jun 24 07:05

Biden Backtracks From Unity Using Infrastructure Bill As Excuse

President Joe Biden held talks on Monday with two key Democratic senators about a bipartisan infrastructure plan and told them he was encouraged by the proposal but is still unsure of how to pay for the bill.

A bipartisan infrastructure plan costing just above $1 trillion, only about a fourth of what Biden initially proposed, has been gaining support in the U.S. Senate, but disputes circulate over how it should be funded.

Biden met separately with Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema and "told them he was encouraged by what has taken shape but that he still has questions about the policy as well as the means for financing the bipartisan group’s proposal," the White House announced.

Jun 24 06:47

Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi Wear Masks to Funeral Service Despite Being Fully Vaccinated

President Joe Biden and a number of Democrats were spotted wearing masks at a funeral service for former Sen. John Warner (R-VA) on Wednesday, even though they are fully vaccinated.

The president, First Lady Jill Biden, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) were spotted wearing masks at the service, as well as Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT).

Some advocates of the vaccines criticize vaccinated people who keep wearing masks, arguing it raises doubts about their effectiveness. The Centers for Disease Controls have advised that fully vaccinated people can resume activities as normal both inside and outside, except for separate regulations for those using public transportation and airplanes.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was also spotted at the service wearing a mask.

Most of the funeral guests wore masks for the service, but Pelosi’s husband Paul was photographed speaking to the president and first lady without a mask.

Jun 24 05:58

Biden Frames The GOP For Racism

President Biden attacked Republicans for supposedly defending voter suppression attempts that amounted to "a Jim Crow era in the 21st Century" in a severe statement Tuesday after GOP senators obstructed debate on a sweeping Democrat-backed election overhaul.

Senate lawmakers voted 50-50 on whether to start debate on the legislation known as the "For the People Act," leaving Democrats short of the 60 votes needed to overcome a GOP filibuster. The vote is regarded as a significant setback for a piece of legislation that Biden and other leading Democrats have advocated for months in response to the passage of election security overhauls in GOP-led states.

Jun 23 20:58

Biden Suggests Nuking Americans If They Fight Against His Gun Control Plans, Blames 'Guns' For Crime Surge

Joe Biden on Wednesday suggested he would nuke Americans if they attempted to refresh "the tree of liberty" with "the blood of patriots" and resist the new gun control measures he put forward to (not) address the skyrocketing crime rates that have followed in the wake of the Summer of Floyd.

Jun 23 06:03

Biden will allow at least 10,000 deported asylum seekers to RETURN to US: Migrants whose claims were dismissed under Trump will be allowed back in from Mexico

Thousands of asylum-seekers whose claims were dismissed or denied under a Trump administration policy that forced them to wait in Mexico for their court hearings will be allowed to return for another chance at humanitarian protection, the Homeland Security Department said Tuesday.

Registration begins Wednesday for asylum-seekers who were subject to the 'Remain in Mexico' policy and either had their cases dismissed or denied for failing to appear in court, The Associated Press reported.

Under that criteria, it is unclear how many people will be eligible to be released into the United States pending a decision on their cases, according to a senior Homeland Security official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the announcement had not been made public.

Jun 23 05:51

Report: Biden’s Migration Policies Breaking Up Central American Families

The Biden administration has created an incentive for many Central Americans to break up their families at the U.S. southern border by allowing migrants traveling with a minor to claim asylum, the Wall Street Journal learned from some of the victims of the policy.

“There are few paths for migrants to come legally to the U.S. One way that many use to get in, however, is to arrive with a minor in tow and claim asylum,” David Luhnow, the Latin America editor for the Journal, wrote on Twitter Friday, citing the article.

“That creates an incentive for many in Central America to break up their families,” he added.

Jun 22 09:30

Obama Ethics Chief: Hunter Biden Art Sales Has ‘Shameful And Grifty Feeling To It’ 

On Monday, former President Obama’s ethics chief criticized Hunter Biden for selling his art for a half a million dollars and more to anonymous buyers, saying it had a “shameful and grifty feeling to it.”

The former Office of Government Ethics director, Walter Shaub, made his comments to Fox News.

Jun 22 09:23


Jun 22 07:13

Biden faces a battle over taxpayer-funded abortion

LAST week, President Joe Biden submitted a $6trillion budget proposal for the coming fiscal year. It is highly detailed, expansive, and excludes the Hyde Amendment.

This amendment is usually a ‘rider’ to the annual appropriations Bill, prohibiting the use of federal funds for abortions, except in cases of danger to the life of the mother, incest or rape. It restricts abortion coverage for recipients of Medicare, Medicaid, federal employees, servicewomen and residents of Washington DC. It was passed in 1976, three years after the landmark Roe v. Wade (1973) decision that legalised abortion.

Biden’s decision to exclude the Hyde Amendment is provocative and sets his party up for a big fight with Republicans. Some suggest it is a ploy to divert attention away from the vast expenditure proposed in the budget and that it may find its way back into the Bill as it progresses through Congress.

Jun 22 06:44

'Putting lipstick on a pig': Why Washington is fawning over Israel's new government

When former US President Barack Obama used an old cliché to denigrate his political opponent, the late US Senator John McCain, he triggered a political controversy lasting several days. "You can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig," said Obama at a campaign event in 2008. The maxim indicates that superficial changes have no bearings on outcomes and that modifying our facade does not alter who we really are.

American politicians are authority on the subject. They are experts on artificial, rhetorical, and, ultimately, shallow change. And now, once again, Washington's political make-up artists are getting to work on the public face of Israel.

Since the dramatic ousting of his former mentor, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's new Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is being presented as the alternative to Netanyahu's right-wing, chauvinistic and rowdy political style. However, it will take more than a bit of lipstick to make this believable.

Jun 22 05:51

Nigel Farage Weighs in on Joe Biden’s G7 Performance: “He Spent Most of the Conference Grinning Inanely…  I’m Not Sure He Even Knew He Was in the UK” (Video)

Nigel Farage joined Greg Kelly on Monday night to discuss Boris Johnson and Joe Biden’s pathetic displays at the G7 meetings in the UK last week.

Farage went off on Johnson who he said is like a chameleon, “He can change his colors to suit any circumstance, any weather… Boris was elected as a conservative and he’s now governing as a Green.”

Then the Brexit Leader went after Joe Biden, “By the way, Greg, I got to tell you. Biden made no impression on the UK at all. He spent most of the conference grinning inanely… I’m not sure he even knew he was in the UK.”

So true.

Jun 21 11:42

White House Doc DEMANDS Cognitive Test For Biden

Dr. Ronny Jackson, the former White House physician, urged President Biden to immediately undergo a cognitive test so the commander-in-chief can prove to the American public sound mental abilities.

"We can't sit on this any longer," Jackson told "Hannity" Thursday night, citing Biden's "embarrassing" performance overseas this week with world leaders.

Jun 21 11:27

10 Recent Examples Of Biden Blowing Up At Reporters: "The Rage Is Back"

Joe Biden wants reporters to stick to asking him about more simple matters like ice cream flavors. His last Wednesday "What the Hell?!" blow-up in Geneva in response to a pointed series of questions from CNN's Kaitlan Collins was but the latest in a recent history of his snapping at the press, which often involves him singling out and going after journalists personally. "What in the hell, what do you do all the time?" he shouted back at Collins while defiantly pointing his finger. He ended by telling the correspondent she's in the "wrong business".

Fox News noted this weekend following his attempted apology over the incident that "While Biden often praises journalists as highly intelligent – he did so again this week – he is known for lashing out at questioners on topics he doesn't like, notably his scandal-ridden son Hunter Biden."

Jun 21 11:25

Sen. Portman: 11 GOP Senators ‘Absolutely Committed’ to Infrastructure Deal — It Helps Biden Keep Pledge

Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the 11 Republican senators working on an infrastructure deal are “absolutely committed to it.”

Anchor Chuck Todd said, “There are many Democratic activists whispering in the administration’s ear. You think you have 11 Republicans, and the deal dies, or this is being dragged back. How committed is this group of 11 Republicans to sticking by this bill even if Mitch McConnell says he can’t vote for it?”

Jun 21 11:07

Tara Reade: I told my story, but there are countless others too afraid of the Democrat protection machine to come forward

It takes courage to come forward about the abuse you suffered at the hands of someone who is, arguably, the most powerful man in the world. Some never do – and in fact, we will likely never know the real number of victims like me.
“I told my story, my love, so that you could tell yours.” Ophelia, by Semi Chellas

I was silent for a very long time. I had a child to raise alone after my divorce in a culture that creates many obstacles for women under the best circumstances. In 2019, my daughter was an adult. Seven women came forward that year about Joe Biden’s inappropriateness and unwanted touching. The press immediately couched their revelations with an emphasis on those touches being “nonsexual.”

Jun 21 09:58

Have We Learned Nothing? Biden Backs Mass Murder in the Middle East

The Gaza Strip, measures only 25 miles long and five miles wide. It is one of the most densely populated places on the planet.

Since 2007, Israel has imposed a full blockade on Gaza from the air, land, and sea. The two million Palestinians living there (half of which are under the age of 18) are trapped in an open air prison where food, potable water, electricity, medicine, building materials, etc. are severely restricted by the Israeli authorities.

Jun 21 09:20

It's 'shocking and embarrassing' the US has a president who 'forgets what he's saying'

Jun 21 09:06

Rep. Louie Gohmert questions FBI’s involvement with the January 6 Capitol insurrection

Texas representative Louie Gohmert questioned the involvement of undercover federal agents in connection with the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol during his allotted time on the House of Representatives floor last Thursday.

The 67-year-old former attorney said that the FBI provided no intelligence information to capitol police ahead of time even though agents were embedded in upper leadership positions in at least three extremist groups.

Jun 21 07:04

Biden's Campaign Lies DESTROY Middle Class

An analysis by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center discovered that 60% of households would meet a higher tax burden under President Joe Biden’s plans.

"For those looking to see if Biden kept his promise to not raise taxes for those making $400,000 or less, the answer is: mostly, but not entirely," explained Tax Policy Center senior fellow Howard Gleckman. "Including corporate tax increases, most households would pay more in 2022. About three-quarters of middle-income households would face a tax increase averaging about $300. But nearly all would be a result of those higher corporate taxes."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Taxes are choking the life out of America!

Jun 20 06:28

BREST Fast Neutron Reactor: Russia Offers a New Nuclear Paradigm for Sustainable Development

Rosatom's newly inaugurated nuclear energy complex with a BREST-OD-300 fast neutron reactor may become a breakthrough providing relatively inexpensive, safe, carbon-free, and nearly inexhaustible nuclear power as energy consumption is set to dramatically soar in the coming decades.

On 8 June, the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom inaugurated the construction of a 300 MW nuclear power unit with an innovative lead-cooled BREST-OD-300 fast neutron reactor in Seversk, in Russia's Tomsk region.

"Today we celebrate the pouring of the first concrete of Russia's BREST reactor!", tweeted Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Rafael Mariano Grossi. "This is part of the 'Proryv' ['Breakthrough'] project towards a closed nuclear fuel cycle, which will help to reduce the final waste burden. Milestone for the nuclear industry!"

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Hey, Russia may have new nuclear technology, and sure, China is making amazing gains in space, but WE have BIGGER BOMBS!" -- official White Horse Souse

Jun 19 06:27


When receiving information about the world it’s necessary to scrutinize not just the information, but also the means by which the information was brought to your attention and who could benefit from its circulation. Few bother doing all of these things, which is why most people are confused about the world.

The fact that Biden is continuing all of Trump’s policies means those who believed Trump was fighting the establishment must now admit that either (A) they were wrong or (B) Biden is also fighting the establishment.

The only people promoting the idea that Joe Biden has dementia are right wingers, left wingers, and Joe Biden.

Jun 19 06:21

Tara Reade: I told my story, but there are countless others too afraid of the Democrat protection machine to come forward

I was silent for a very long time. I had a child to raise alone after my divorce in a culture that creates many obstacles for women under the best circumstances. In 2019, my daughter was an adult. Seven women came forward that year about Joe Biden’s inappropriateness and unwanted touching. The press immediately couched their revelations with an emphasis on those touches being “nonsexual.”

The Biden protection program via corporate media outlets kicked in. In the midst of all this, I came forward as the eighth woman and told part of my history. The same day the article was released online and in a local paper, Edward-Isaac Dovere, a staff writer at The Atlantic, attacked me on social media. The death threats from online randoms began. Between his obsession with me being some sort of political conspiracy and the other reporters’ reaction, I shut down.

Jun 19 06:12

ALERT! Biden Administration Officially Announces 'Political Bounty' To Be Placed On All 'Dissenters'

Jun 19 06:08

Pollak: What Biden Did to Ukraine Is Worse than What Trump Did

President Joe Biden’s administration allegedly suspended $100 million in “lethal” aid to Ukraine ahead of his summit this week with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Without denying that allegation directly, White House Press Secretary said Friday that the administration gave $150 million in aid — including “lethal” aid — to Ukraine last week, and had spent the amount appropriated by Congress.

But the allegation concerned a separate package, said to be shelved by Biden aides.

Jun 19 06:07

Ronny Jackson, House Republicans Call for Joe Biden Cognitive Assessment

Congressman Ronny Jackson (R-TX) and several other House Republicans are calling for President Joe Biden to undergo a cognitive assessment after his trip to Europe.

In a letter dated June 17, Jackson and his colleagues noted Biden agreed to such an assessment and detailed several examples of where Biden’s “mental decline and forgetfulness have become more apparent over the past eighteen months,” including:

In March, forgetting the names of the Pentagon, the Department of Defense, and the Defense Secretary

Misidentifying time of day and Democrat members of Congress in February

In May, confusing the dates of riding an Amtrak train and the death of his mother

Botching the first line of the Declaration of Independence in March 2020

Jun 19 06:06

Biden's new domestic terror strategy could be used to SILENCE any criticism of the administration, claims political science professor

A professor of political science has claimed that President Joe Biden's new plan to counter domestic terrorism could be used to silence administration critics.

Nicholas Giordano, a professor at Suffolk Community College on Long Island, raised his concerns about the new National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism in an interview with Fox News on Friday.

Earlier this week, Attorney General Merrick Garland unveiled the new 32-page strategy document, which came in response to an order issued by Biden on his first full day in office, calling domestic terrorism 'the most urgent terrorism threat the United States faces today.'

Jun 19 06:05

Obama's ethics chief says Biden is sending a 'f*** you' to integrity standards with a string of family-related hires in the administration

A former ethics chief in the Obama administration has accused President Joe Biden of thumbing his nose at government ethics with the prevalence of family ties among his administration's hires.

'I'm sorry, I know some folks don't like hearing any criticism of him. But this royally sucks. I'm disgusted,' tweeted Walter Shaub, who led the Office of Government Ethics from 2013 to 2017.

'A lot of us worked hard to tee him up to restore ethics to government and believed the promises. This is a a real 'f*** you' to us—and government ethics,' he added.

Jun 19 06:05

An America where your kids can't afford to keep your money: Middle income families' disgust with Biden's 'twisted' 'death tax' that would force many to part with their inheritance to pay the bill

Middle income families are lashing out against Joe Biden's punitive new tax plan that would claim a large chunk of the amount someone leaves to their kids when they die just because it has gone up in value over the course of their lifetime.

The harsh new tax - dubbed Biden's 'death tax' - is hidden in his American Families Plan and it's receiving ferocious backlash. It proposes that when someone dies, any asset they leave behind that has appreciated in value by more than $1million since the time they bought it should be taxed.

The tax rate would go as high as 40% - double what it is now - and it applies to how much the asset has appreciate. So someone who inherited a house their mother and father paid $250,000 for but that's now worth $2.5million would have to pay tax on the difference.

Jun 18 06:39

Sidney Powell Gives AG Garland A Harsh Warning

Attorney Sidney Powell suggested Attorney General Merrick Garland should recuse himself from any Justice Department action against Republican-backed audits of the 2020 election.

The former federal prosecutor agreed with Steve Bannon, who was chief White House strategist early in the Trump administration, when he warned Garland should keep his distance after he was picked by President Joe Biden for the role.

"I think he should be recused, yes. I found his conduct absolutely appalling," she sneered during an interview Wednesday on Bannon's War Room podcast.

Jun 18 06:38

Biden Nominee Was A Domestic Terrorist

President Biden's nominee to work as the head of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) "collaborated with eco-terrorists" in a tree spiking plan before trading her court testimony for legal immunity, according to various court documents.

In 1993, Biden's nominee to head up BLM, Tracy Stone-Manning, was given legal immunity for her testimony that she retyped and sent an anonymous letter to the U.S. Forest Service on behalf of John P. Blount, her former roommate and friend, those documents show.

Jun 18 06:19

Conclusion on the Non-Summit hologram Biden vs. Volodya Putin

Jun 17 05:43

US scrambles F-22 jets and carrier strike group to face off with Russian war games near Hawaii ahead of Putin summit

THE US scrambled F-22 fighter jets and a carrier strike group to face off with Russian war games near Hawaii ahead of a showdown meeting between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, it was revealed on Tuesday.

The two leaders are set to meet in Geneva on Wednesday for crunch talks for the first time since Biden was sworn in as president in January.

Jun 17 05:41

The Joe Biden 'gaffes, stumbles and confusion just continue'

Jun 17 05:28

Geneva summit was as good as could be under the circumstances, expert says

The Geneva meeting between Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia and Joe Biden of the United States was as good as could be under the circumstances, Yale University Professor Odd Arne Westad told TASS.

"This was as good a meeting as could be expected under the circumstances. The two sides showed each other mutual respect, which is important, and some marginal improvement was achieved, such as returning ambassadors to their posts. Any breakthrough will only come after meticulous diplomatic preparations, on issues such as cyber, Ukraine, and nuclear issues," he pointed out.

"The good thing coming out of this meeting is that Russia and the United States are speaking to each other, but it did not fundamentally change Putin’s or Biden’s approach," the expert added.

The summit, initiated by Washington, took place in the Swiss city of Geneva on Wednesday.

Jun 17 05:27

Talks in private between Putin, Biden concluded — Kremlin spokesman

Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden have completed their talks in private in Geneva. The meeting began at Villa La Grange at 13:36 local time.

"The private [talks] are concluded," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told TASS.

This part of the talks was initially scheduled to take up one hour and 15 minutes, but it lasted almost two hours, finishing at 15:19 local time.

At the beginning of the talks, Putin voiced hope that the meeting with his US counterpart would be productive. He thanked Biden for the initiative to organize such a summit. The American leader, in turn, said that he would seek to discuss areas of potential cooperation and disagreements. He also noted, "it is always better to meet face to face."

Jun 17 05:26

‘A good day for Russia’: Trump blasts Biden after Putin summit, citing Nord Stream waivers

Donald Trump pilloried US President Joe Biden following his first sit-down with his Russian counterpart as commander in chief, insisting the US gained nothing from the meeting, calling it a “good day” for Moscow.

“We didn’t get anything. We gave a very big stage to Russia, and we got nothing,” Trump told Fox’s Sean Hannity on Wednesday night, going on to attack Biden for dropping sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, which is being built by Russia and will transport natural gas into the European Union.

We gave up something that was unbelievably valuable. I stopped the pipeline, Nord Stream, and that pipeline was stopped. It was given back and nothing was gotten for it… I think it was a good day for Russia.

Jun 16 11:46

Even Establishment Media, Other Democrat Allies Blast VP Harris’ Latin America Visit

The hits keep coming, even a week after Vice President Kamala Harris returned from her disastrous trip to Guatemala.

Harris “can be notoriously difficult to prep,” multiple former aides declared on condition of anonymity, Axios indicated on Sunday.

The VP surrounded herself with a staff who did not always serve her well during her 2020 presidential campaign, prompting her to be the first prominent Democrat to exit the race, the news outlet noted.

However, as VP, Harris has not taken advantage of the “latitude and stature to tap some of the country’s best talent to work on her team,” Axios pointed out.

As a result, “her trip to Guatemala and Mexico still garnered a flurry of negative headlines,” Axios suggested.

Besides the establishment media, other Democrat allies such as immigration advocates, and party strategists gave VP Harris flak for her trip to Latin America early last week, echoing Republican critics.

Jun 16 11:45

Joe Biden Plans Massive July 4 Celebration After Telling Americans to Only Host Small Barbecues

The White House is planning a large gathering to celebrate Independence Day, even after President Joe Biden told Americans to avoid crowded celebrations of the holiday.

Biden’s planned event on July 4 will welcome over 1,000 people, according to the Associated Press, including first responders, essential workers, and military service members.

The optics of the event also serve as a “mission accomplished” moment for the Biden administration, as experts predict he will not reach his goal of getting 70 percent of American adults vaccinated by the 4th of July.

Dr. William Schaffner, a medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases told Breitbart News in an interview that Biden would likely not reach his July 4th vaccination goal, as many Americans were still reluctant to get the vaccine.

Jun 16 11:26

Biden wants NATO to project the strength it doesn’t have

Joe Biden travelled to Brussels riding the wave of his “America is back” mantra. Far from rebuilding the US-NATO relationship, he used NATO as a prop to help set the stage for his upcoming meeting with Vladimir Putin.

Jun 16 07:44

Netanyahu uses last speech as prime minister to attack Biden on Iran

Hours before a vote to oust him, outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused President Biden of endangering Israel's security by taking a soft line on Iran, and claimed his successor, Naftali Bennett, would be too weak to stand up to Washington.

Why it matters: Netanyahu waged a desperate but unsuccessful campaign to stop a "change coalition" from joining together to replace him after an inconclusive election in March. Facing an imminent demotion to opposition leader, he foreshadowed a willingness to damage the U.S.-Israel relationship to put his rival under pressure.

Jun 16 05:24

Russians Understand No Joint Press Conference After Biden-Putin Meeting Is Due to Biden’s Mental Decline

Biden’s explanation for why he won’t hold a joint press conference with the Russian head of state as is customary is that it would be a distraction:

“I don’t want to get into being diverted by, did they shake hands, who talked the most and the rest.”

That sounds plausible enough. Having called Putin a “killer without a soul” it might be awkward for Biden to now publicly shake hands.

But come on, be real. This is Joe Biden, a famous slimebag who has been in politics for nearly 50 years. Do you think he hasn’t shaken hands with hundreds of people he has called far worse over the half a century in the sewer that is DC politics?

Of course, evading the protocol need to shake hands publicly might be perceived as another offense but the Russians are opting not to take it as such. Putin’s spokesman points out why:

Jun 16 05:17

Headline News 16 June Putin/Bidet summit

Jun 16 05:15

Biden nominates Thomas Nides as US ambassador to Israel

US President Joe Biden appointed Thomas Nides, a former diplomat and corporate official, as ambassador to Israel, as the administration says it is pushing to restore relations with Palestinians before eventually working to reconvene peace talks.

The White House announced Nides's nomination on Tuesday, calling him a "distinguished public servant and business leader".

Nides, who still needs to be confirmed by the Democratic-controlled Senate, is currently the managing director and vice-chairman at investment bank Morgan Stanley.