Monday Top Headlines

by Media Editors: Nonstop ads and robocalls: Welcome to America’s costliest election (Reuters)

Racist robocall impersonating Oprah roils Georgia governor race (NBC News)

dummycrats-Democrats complain of “PTSD,” “anxiety” ahead of midterm elections (The Daily Wire)

Migrant caravans swell to 12,000, get some help along the way (Fox News)

“No evidence” to back Kavanaugh accusers’ claims, Senate panel concludes (Fox News)

CNN “randomly” interviews woman who says scumbag/liar-nObama influenced her to vote for Florida dummycrats-Democrat gubernatorial candidate socialist-Andrew Gillum; the woman is socialist-Gillum’s mother (The Daily Wire)

FBI clears Michael Flynn in probe linking him to Russia (New York Post)

Iran president warns of economic “war situation” as sanctions resume (Fox News)

F-22s may never return to Tyndall Air Force Base after Hurricane Michael, Air Force secretary says (

“Saturday Night Live” comedian mocks veteran who lost an eye to an IED blast in Afghanistan (The Daily Wire)

1,600 “scientists” defy science to support transgender activism (Hot Air)

Humor: Uh-oh: The migrant caravan just announced a plan to march around the U.S. seven times blowing trumpets (The Babylon Bee)

Policy: Putin won’t stop messing with our elections — here’s how to stop him (Washington Examiner)

Policy: Nine years into Common Core, test scores are down, indoctrination up (The Federalist)

~The Patriot Post


Is It Legal for Trump to Use the Army at the Border?

by Jonathon Moseley

{} ~ It is absurd to claim that our military cannot defend our borders. Yet “That is illegal!” shout internationalists who never wanted our U.S. border protected anyway… Activists proclaim that the U.S. military is crippled under an 1878 law, the Posse Comitatus Act, found at 18 U.S.C. § 1385. We can do nothing but watch helplessly, they argue, as foreigners flood across the frontiers. The Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 prohibits the use of the military for law enforcement purposes. There is actually a lot of scholarly analysis published by legal experts in law review journals. But most political rhetoric is muddled propaganda. So is it a ‘law enforcement’ function to stop invaders from another country from crossing our border? Is it a military function if citizens of a foreign country approach our border to enter illegally? Or is that a police function? If securing our nation’s borders is not a proper military role, then what is? Are foreign adventures around the world meddling in other countries’ affairs( to use the rhetoric of opponents of military power the only proper role of the military? What kind of thinking says it is okay to send the military around the other side of the planet, but not to defend our own country’s borders at home? Even as thousands of opportunists are marching from Central America towards the U.S. – Mexican border — proudly waving the flags of the nations they claim are persecuting them — President Donald Trump has ordered 5,200 additional troops to block them. Trump has told tough-as-nails General “Mad Dog” Mattis to keep the invaders out of our country. The deployment is called Operation Faithful Patriot. If one group of thousands make it across, then – just as happened in Europe — those thousands will turn into floods of tens of thousands, then hundreds of thousands crossing our frontiers…


Why Do Middle Eastern Refugees Vandalize Christian Structures?

by Burak Bekdil

{} ~ Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly in September, launched a scathing attack on the European Union… He accused the EU of having not done enough to support the refugees and claimed that the EU should pay Turkey more than it pledged three billion euros. Erdoğan has often argued that Christian Europe should admit more Muslim refugees. In a 2016 speech, he angrily threatened to open the floodgates of migrants into Europe again in 2015 alone, three quarters of a million migrants passed through Turkey on their way to Europe. Is Erdoğan using the mostly Syrian migrants as a bargaining chip to recalibrate his country’s failed admission to the EU? Is he simply carpet-trading by trying to maximize the amount of European money coming as aid into Turkey? No doubt, but not only that. His Islamist ideology dictates that the number of Muslims living in all corners of the Old Continent should one day herald a demographic victory for Islam. “Occupying infidel lands” by the force of sword was an Ottoman idea. Occupying infidel lands through demographics is one of the features of post-modern Islamism, as Muslim nations, unlike the Ottoman Empire, lack the military might needed for military invasion…


Sharia Law: Is Its Goal to Subjugate Humanity?


{} ~ A legitimate question about sharia law is: Is its goal to subjugate humanity?… The concept of self-governance under sharia law by Muslims in Western society has been a topic of controversy since the turn of the millennium, especially in light of the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001. Proponents of sharia in the West, under which many Muslims seek to settle personal affairs — such as divorce, custody of children and inheritance — claim it is an exercise of their freedom of religion, a human right. Sharia literally means the “way” or “path.” Historically articulated, it is a shorthand term for an amorphous body of legal rulings, judgments and opinions, assembled over the course of many centuries after the Muslim Prophet Muhammad’s death. It is based on the Quran and a copious number of hadiths (the sayings and acts of Muhammad) developed by the fuqaha (jurists) whose opinions enjoy an almost absolute authority over the faithful. As a rule of law, it precludes the development of human reason as it is viewed as an expression of Allah’s inscrutable will. It is this same supremacy that renders sacred and permanent the concept of inequality between the Islamic community and the non-Islamic community, between the Muslim and the non-Muslim, and between man and woman…Thats the reason it should be outlawed in the United States.


Caravan splits up, rips Mexico for directing migrants toward ‘route of death’

by Sonia Perez D.

{} ~ A 4,000-strong caravan of Central American migrants traveling through Mexico split up into several groups with one spending the night in a town in the coastal state of Veracruz… and other migrants continuing toward the country’s capital. The divisions came during a tense day in which tempers flared and some migrants argued with caravan organizers and criticized Mexican officials. They were upset that Veracruz Gov. Miguel Angel Yunes had reneged on an offer late Friday to provide buses on Saturday to leapfrog the migrants to Mexico City. The migrants trekked to the town of Isla, about 700 miles (1,126 kilometers) south of the U.S. border, where several thousand stopped to rest, eat and receive medical attention. They planned to spend the night there before departing at 5 a.m. Sunday en route to the town of Cordoba. But other migrants, mainly men and the younger members of the group, kept on walking or hitching rides toward Puebla and Mexico City. They hunkered down for the night in Juan Rodriguez Clara or Tierra Blanca farther along the route. “We think that it is better to continue together with the caravan. We are going to stay with it and respect the organizers,” Luis Euseda, a 32-year-old from Tegucigalpa, Honduras who is traveling with his wife Jessica Fugon, said in Isla. “Others went ahead, maybe they have no goal, but we do have a goal and it is to arrive.”… Their dreams of entering the United States will end at the border.


dummycrats-Democrats investigated for ‘cyber crimes’ after Georgia voter system attacked

by Daniel Chaitin

{} ~ Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s office announced it has opened an investigation into Georgia’s dummycrats-Democratic Party after a failed hacking attempt… on the state’s voter registration system Saturday evening. The news comes just days before the midterm elections, in which Kemp is in a tight battle with dummycrats-Democrat Stacey Abrams to be governor. “While we cannot comment on the specifics of an ongoing investigation, I can confirm that the dummycrats-Democratic Party of Georgia is under investigation for possible cyber crimes,” said Candice Broce, press secretary for the Georgia secretary of state, said in a statement Sunday. “We can also confirm that no personal data was breached and our system remains secure.” The press release from the office said that federal partners, including the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation, have been alerted. The news comes after a federal judge ruled the state must ease “exact match” rules, which present hurdles to voters flagged as noncitizens because of discrepancies on their voter registrations. The ruling was viewed as a blow to Kemp, as dummycrats-Democrats said his office had engaged in “voter suppression efforts.” Kemp, a Republican, faces a strong competitor in Abrams, whose candidacy is attracting some star power in the final days before the Nov. 6 election, including media mogul Oprah Winfrey. Kemp has a slim 1.1 percentage point lead over Abrams in the RealClearPolitics aggregate of recent polls…


Is This Worse Than ’68?

by Pat Buchanan

{} ~ Saturday, in Pittsburgh, a Sabbath celebration at the Tree of Life synagogue became the site of the largest mass murder of Jews in U.S. history. Eleven worshippers were killed by a racist gunman.

Friday, we learned the identity of the crazed criminal who mailed pipe bombs to a dozen leaders of the dummycrats-Democratic Party, including Barack scumbag/liar-nObama, scumbag/liar-Hillary Clinton and loose lips-Joe Biden.

From restaurants to Capitol corridors, this campaign season we have seen ugly face-offs between leftist radicals and Republican senators.

Are we more divided than we have ever been? Are our politics more poisoned? Are we living in what Charles Dickens called “the worst of times” in America? Is today worse than 1968?

Certainly, the hatred and hostility, the bile and bitterness of our discourse, seem greater now than 50 years ago. But are the times really worse?

1968 began with one of the greatest humiliations in the history of the American Navy. The U.S. spy ship Pueblo was hijacked in international waters and its crew interned by North Korea.

A week later came the Tet Offensive, where every provincial capital in South Vietnam was attacked. A thousand U.S. troops died in February, 10,000 more through 1968.

On March 14, anti-war Senator Gene McCarthy captured 42 percent of the vote in New Hampshire against President Johnson.

With LBJ wounded, Robert Kennedy leapt into the race, accusing the president who had enacted civil rights of “dividing the country” and removing himself from “the enduring and generous impulses that are the soul of this nation.” Lyndon Johnson, said Kennedy, is “calling upon the darker impulses of the American spirit.”

Today, RFK is remembered as a “uniter.”

With Gov. George Wallace tearing at Johnson from the right and Kennedy and McCarthy attacking from the left — and Nixon having cleared the Republican field with a landslide in New Hampshire — LBJ announced on March 31 he would not run again.

Four days later, Martin Luther King, leading a strike of garbage workers, was assassinated in Memphis. One hundred U.S. cities exploded in looting, arson and riots. The National Guard was called up everywhere and federal troops rushed to protect Washington, D.C., long corridors of which were gutted, not to be rebuilt for a generation.

Before April’s end, Columbia University had exploded in the worst student uprising of the decade. It was put down only after the NYPD was unleashed on the campus.

Nixon called the Columbia takeover by black and white radicals “the first major skirmish in a revolutionary struggle to seize the universities of this country and transform them into sanctuaries for radicals and vehicles for revolutionary political and social goals.” Which many have since become.

In June, Kennedy, after defeating McCarthy in the crucial primary of California, was mortally wounded in the kitchen of the hotel where he had declared victory. He was buried in Arlington beside JFK.

Nixon, who had swept every primary, was nominated on the first ballot in Miami Beach, and the dummycrats-Democratic Convention was set for late August.

Between the conventions, Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev sent his Warsaw Pact armies and hundreds of tanks into Czechoslovakia to crush the peaceful uprising known as “Prague Spring.”

With this bloodiest of military crackdowns since the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, Moscow sent a message to the West: There will be no going back in Europe. Once a Communist state, always a Communist state!

At the dummycrats-Democratic convention in Chicago, the thousands of radicals who had come to raise hell congregated nightly in Grant Park, across from the Hilton where the candidates and this writer were staying.

Baited day and night, the Chicago cops defending the hotel, by late in the week, had had enough. Early one evening, platoons of fresh police arrived and charged into the park clubbing and arresting scores of radicals as the TV cameras rolled. It would be called a “police riot.”

When Sen. Abe Ribicoff took the podium that night, he directed his glare at Mayor Richard J. Daley, accusing him of using “Gestapo tactics in the streets of Chicago.” Daley’s reply from the floor was unprintable.

Through September, dummycrats-Democratic candidate Hubert Humphrey could not speak at a rally without being cursed and shouted down.

Describing the radicals disrupting his every event, Humphrey said, these people “aren’t just hecklers,” but “highly disciplined, well-organized agitators. … Some are anarchists and some of these groups are dedicated to destroying the dummycrats-Democratic Party and destroying the country.”

After his slim victory, Nixon declared that his government would take as its theme the words on a girl’s placard that he had seen in the Ohio town of Deshler: “Bring us together.”

Nixon tried in his first months, but it was not to be.

According to Bryan Burrough, author of “Days of Rage, America’s Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence,” “During an eighteen month period in 1971 and 1972, the FBI reported more than 2,500 bombings on U.S. soil, nearly 5 a day.”

No, 2018 is not 1968, at least not yet.


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