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Donald Trump had one chance to prove he was serious about draining the swamp and dismantling the Deep State: his first two years in office. And the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks serves as just another reminder that HE BLEW IT!

The burqa uniform is coming, and it will be a wonder to behold. And I look forward to seeing the new uniform for nudist female police officers. After all, aren’t nudists an “underrepresented group”?

During a town hall meeting this week, when citizens demanded the firing of Amber Guyger for killing Botham Jean, the police chief said she is “prohibited” from doing so.

Next time someone wants to use sophistries or tries to teach you a lesson of “sportsmanlike conduct” in an attempt to add strength to tyranny, consider the severity of the price paid for your freedoms (John 3:16).

In this dark hour, one of the fundamentals most in need of correction is the confusion that we have about government.

Its fake news techniques rely on hearsay, implication, rumor, gossip, and innuendo. These techniques are rarely subject to the media’s fact-checking. They don’t make definitive statements. Instead, they misleadingly connect the dots into a blizzard of conspiracy theories that can never be pinned down.

The thermal activity in the park has been increasing lately, and geysers have reportedly been shooting out rocks.

The disclosure of campaign funding is a different story.  However, personal financial data and tax returns should not be required since the presidency of Hussein Soetoro proved those documents to be useless in “learning values and principles” and the other information.

Future generations of free Britons, if there are any, will curse the name of Theresa May as one of the chief betrayers of their nation.

While the Democrats are in a lather over Ford and Kavanaugh, demanding a delay of the confirmation vote until after the midterm elections that they are sure will go their way, they couldn’t care less about Karen Monahan.