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Some have doubted, so I think its best to drag the evidence into the open and settle the question. Let’s start with this January 2016 article from Accuracy in Media by James Simpson, which says: Exploiting blacks to promote Marxist revolution is an old tactic. The late Larry Grathwohl, former FBI informant in the Weather […]

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The capture of two Americans who were special forces soldiers is horrible. I can’t imagine what they are going through now. I hope the United States was not involved because it appears to be a total cock-up. Preview Open

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Jim and Greg shudder as 3.28 million Americans lost their jobs last week. They also recoil at an alleged plot to bomb a hospital full of COVID-19 patients. But they cheer the U.S. lowering the boom on Venezuelan dictator Nicholas Maduro.

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The Department of Justice just announced a $15 Million bounty for the arrest of Venezuelan dictator, Nicolas Maduro, who they’ve charged with narco-terrorism. Clearly capturing Maduro, who is heavily protected would be no small feat. This announcement does send an enticing message to those in the Venezuelan military immediately around Maduro to entertain a possible […]

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America pray for the best in Venezuela as opposition leader Juan Guaido urges the military to rise up against the corrupt, socialist Maduro regime. They also roll their eyes as Stacey Abrams still plays the victim card of voter suppression while announcing she will not be running for U.S. Senate in 2020. And they condemn the attempt to cook up a fake sex scandal targeting Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg.

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America lament the Democratic derailing of the Born Alive Act that would have required doctors to provide care for babies who survive failed abortions. They also defend Univison’s Jorge Ramos as he is detained in Venezuela after confronting Venezuelan Dictator Nicolas Maduro over his violent and corrupt record. And they are frustrated by Bernie Sanders offering very weak criticism of the Maduro regime while he often passionately condemns American business.

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America welcome news that military and police are starting to defy President Maduro and that more influential nations are recognizing Juan Guiado as the interim president. They also wade through Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s shifting explanations for the racist photo in in his medical school yearbook and Northam defying both parties by refusing to resign. And they give thumbs down to most of the Superbowl ads for being too serious and too obvious in their efforts to be woke, saving their biggest eye roll for the Washington Post.

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The European Union has joined the United States and other countries in recognizing Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s interim president, a slap to socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro. A few minutes ago, it has been reported that Maduro’s security forces have invaded Guiado’s home. The United States has warned Maduro of serious consequences should anything happen to Guaido. Stay tuned.