I love all the hysteria about the “death of Democracy” from people who want to remain in thrall to unelected bureaucrats on the Continent.
If you don’t use a VPN, they know all about you. I’ve started using ExpressVPN. Now they think I’m wherever the server is (generally the Bay Area). I was looking at Home Depot, and it thought I was in San Jose.
John Solomon has identified three more that should be.
[Update a few minutes later]
[Link to Byron York’s report added]
The IG report slams Comey. And deservedly so.
Comey wants an apology? This is myth becoming madness.
It was an attempted failed shakedown of Trump by Comey and the Intel community.
…building a vision for the final frontier. It’s not yet a space force, but they’ll call it one to make Trump happy.
How the protests remaining leaderless has put the Chicoms in a box. They also have to continue to be non violent.
[Update Friday afternoon]
Is the thirty-year engagement with China coming to an end? This is a separate national-security issue from Trump’s more general trade wars (which are good, and easy to win, so he says).
How to defend Hong Kong? Start by defending Taiwan.
[Monday noon update]
Beijing is manufacturing circumstances to justify a crack down.
Yes, the Founders are being unjustly vilified here, and as Glenn notes, “Most of the people loudly criticizing western civilization over race today would happily have been slaveowners themselves.”
The desire to be part of the ruling class of a socialist society is essentially the yearning to be a slavemaster.
I’ve been worried about this for a long time, because there’s no obvious (at least to me) answer: How do we prevent them from becoming weapons? And not just weapons of war, but of domestic assassinations?
Bob Zimmerman has three case studies, and he’s not happy.
And Bryan Preston has four questions.
[Update a while later]
The China challenge.
[Friday afternoon update]
“American flags in Hong Kong show that people still fight for our values. We should join them.”
I think he’s right, but there’s too much Trump bashing in here. Trump is not the problem.
Is he following in the footsteps of George H. W. Bush?
This has always been the problem with Trump: He doesn’t have any firm ideological principles and is first and foremost a populist. This would be an opportunity for him to explain why these things won’t work, but it’s not clear that he even understands that, and instead he is going along with them.