[Breitbart] DiGenova said, "It’s very important for people to realize this was not some little idea that popped into Brennan’s head. There was a brazen plot that started before the election, and the plot was to illegally exonerate Hillary Clinton so that she could become president, and then if she lost, there was an insurance policy to frame Donald Trump so he could be prevented from taking office or removed from office after inauguration."
"John Brennan is at the core of this conspiracy," added diGenova. "His handymen and acolytes were Clapper and Comey and the senior FBI officials who worked with Comey. Let’s not forget that all of the people in senior levels of the Department of Justice under Obama were involved in this plot."
"Loretta Lynch was too dumb to be allowed to lead it," speculated diGenova.
"This is Brennan Inc. It’s a Brennan special," concluded diGenova.
Who appointed him, and do you really think Champ had the intellectual ability to craft what follows. So, look for the spider behind him, her past family history and allegiance and where she hides/resides today. Taking down Brennan opens that can of worms...
[G&G] There may have been controversy on the track at the 2019 Kentucky Derby, but there was no disputing spectators’ style at Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Oaks and Derby Day races. From floral fascinators to head-to-toe looks, fashion was the undisputed winner. Photographer Nerissa Sparkman captured some of the weekend’s best looks. Scroll through for some of our favorites.
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[Rudaw] Iraq could stand to benefit from "gigantic" economic deals with US companies if it capitalises on elevated tension as Baghdad tries to maintain a balancing act, suggested American analyst David Pollock in Rudaw's most recent episode of The Washington Perspective.
Pollock is the Bernstein Fellow at The Washington Institute, focusing on regional political dynamics and related issues. He is also the director of Project Fikra, the Institute's think-tank aimed at countering the spread of extremism in the Middle East.
Pollock's comments come amid a period of "deliberate heightened tension" between the two countries. The United States' application of "maximum pressure" in the form of hardline policies like its withdrawal from the JCPOA (more widely known as the Iran nuclear deal) last year, the re-imposition of ever-growing sanctions since November, the designation of the 120,000-strong Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a foreign terrorist organization, and the deployment of warships to the Persian Gulf have sparked fury in Iran. Iran has retaliated by setting a 60-day deadline for new terms for its nuclear deal on May 8.
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[American Thinker] Parents in American K‐12 often see that their children are unhappy and not learning much. But parents for the most part tolerate this abuse. Why?
Teachers accept danger, disrespect, and the constant prospect of burnout. The autonomous activity that teachers traditionally engaged in is effectively prohibited. Why do they accept this?
Meanwhile, unnecessary administrators swarm through the system, and superintendents are notoriously overpaid, many above $200,000 a year. Principals and administrators hardly deign to negotiate with the community except to say, "No, you can't." The Education Establishment has changed public education into a lucrative private business. Why do taxpayers tolerate this underperforming but overcharging colossus?
For all of these questions, one obvious answer is parasitic mind control. John Dewey and his true believers wanted to use the school system for social engineering. They had to rewire, intellectually speaking, the system so it would pursue new goals in new ways. Dewey's plot has been successful.
Someone pointed out to me what Bill Bennett said: "If you want to know what's wrong with schools in America, screw an ElEd major..."
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M. Murcek - NO! Dated one once for awhile. NO NO NO! And when given a choice of three textbooks for her science course chose the one with the pretty pictures even though it was dead wrong on most of it's science.
And the Department of Education(?) and Congress with all of their mandated reports require school districts to have dedicated staff for the preparation of the report...when it is only an annual submittal requirement.
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.