Monthly Archives: January 2021

Thinking Big with Bernie

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 25, 2021
  • 4 min read

Updated: Jan. 28, 2021

Bernie Sanders, the self-avowed “Democratic” socialist, and not really independent from Vermont, has something half right.

From Chris Enloe at The Blaze, January 23, 2020:

“Given all that we face, now is not the time to think small. It is time to think big, very big,” Sanders said on Thursday, according to McClatchy reporter Francesca Chambers.

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Kamikaze Mitch

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 23, 2021
  • 3 min read

Article 1, Section 3, the United States Constitution

Judgment in Cases of Impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from Office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor, Trust or Profit under the United States[italics added]

Like Joe Biden, is Mitch starting to lose it? The Constitution is plain about impeachment. It’s about removal from office of federal elected or appointed officials for limited categories of offenses. You don’t have to be a constitutional scholar, like Jonathan Turley or Alan Dershowitz, to get it. The Senate can’t remove a former president from the office he doesn’t occupy. But Democrats fear Trump in opposition, so they want to dirty him up. A simple-stupid fact isn’t stopping them. Vindictiveness and a Soviet-style destruction of “enemies of the state” is the rule of the day.

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Defeating the Gathering Tyranny

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 21, 2021
  • 5 min read

A spectre is haunting America – the spectre of tyranny.

So, sue me, Karl. But why would Marx have objected to his most famous line being expropriated? Taking from the literary rich and distributing that wealth to a poor scribbler is a virtue, no? Karl may have been offput by the tweak – substituting tyranny for communism – or not. If you read the Communist Manifesto, Marx wasn’t shy about calling for social destruction across the globe, and then dictatorship among the ruins. Then utopia – yeah, right. The guy was outright demonic.

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The Madness of Liz Chaney

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 16, 2021
  • 4 min read

So, earlier this week, U.S. Rep. Liz Chaney, daughter of Dick, decided it was time to exact a little revenge on President Donald J. Trump. She led nine other misfit Republicans in treachery. She and her RINOs joined Democrats in a vote to impeach Trump an historic second time.

You see, long ago, the president committed the unpardonable sin of criticizing the Bush-Chaney commitment to unending warfare and occupations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Then Trump, as president, compounded his sin by shrinking America’s presence in both nations (if you can call them nations; they’re more like strife-torn tribal lands). Had Trump not had a second term stolen from him, it’s a great bet that ongoing U.S. on-ground involvement in the aforementioned lands would have ceased.

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No Tolerance for Violence

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 15, 2021
  • 2 min read

Updated: Jan. 16, 2021

Next week, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the nation’s 46th president. It’s a bitter pill to swallow. But there are ways of dealing with that hard reality without resorting to actions that harm.

There’s talk of violence surrounding Biden’s inauguration. A concern is that the left plans to create false flag events. In other words, perpetrate violence and then pin it on patriots. We have no control over that, but conservative alternative media must be prepared to quickly expose that fraud.

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The Trials Ahead

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 13, 2021
  • 5 min read

During last Friday night’s Twitter purge, if I read it once, I read it dozens of times: posters sense of shock that a mass expulsion was underway. Two of the more common exclamations were: “This is unreal!” and “Unbelievable!” These lamentations came from some notable names, too. I was astonished that people – particularly those who should know better – were astonished. Then in the wee hours of Saturday morning, having witnessed enough virtual carnage, I deactivated my Twitter account, never to resurrect it – short of the miraculous: Jack Dorsey selling his misbegotten enterprise to Donald J. Trump.

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Georgia Patriots MUST Vote on Tuesday

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 3, 2021
  • 1 min read

If you’re a Georgia patriot, you must vote on Tuesday. If you’ve cast a ballot already, hat’s off. The Perdue and Loeffler contests have big consequences. They’re running against barely disguised socialist extremists. Maintaining a majority in the Senate gives Republicans at least a fighting chance to block the leftist and tyrannical measures that Democrats would push through if they control Congress and – heaven forbid – the White House.

While we fully expect Democrats to cheat in the heavily Democratic counties of Fulton, Clayton, and DeKalb, the hope is that strong turnouts elsewhere in the state can overcome the dishonesty. Also, the Georgia GOP and national conservative groups are deploying dozens of attorneys throughout the state to monitor elections and make aggressive challenges unlike anything attempted during the November General Elections.

My sense is that Democrats know well that they’ll face intense scrutiny in Tuesday’s Peach State contests. Not that they won’t try elections theft, but they can’t be as brazen as last time.

Nonetheless, defeatism, disenchantment, and cynicism are luxuries. There’s no room for luxuries in this fight to restore the rule of law and our liberties. Beat the Cheat! Patriots everywhere are counting on you! Vote!

The New Phony War

(This article originally appeared at American Thinker.)

J Robert Smith

  • Jan. 1, 2021
  • 5 min read

As of the November elections, the nation is at war. It’s a 21st Century war, so it’s very different. Because it’s new, the scope and magnitude aren’t easily understood. It hasn’t been declared. It may never be. Hence, for many millions of Americans, perceptions are clouded or lagging. In human affairs, with change, this often occurs.

It’s the second American civil war, and its origins predate the November elections fraud, which seems on track to steal the presidency from the rightful winner, Donald J. Trump. The genesis of this civil war is the ideo-cultural war that has waxed and waned across the nation since the late 1960s. So, November’s elections thievery might better be regarded as an outgrowth and escalation – a potentially nation-shattering escalation – of that decades-old cultural conflict.

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