Prince Andrew admits ‘I kick myself’ over friendship with Jeffrey Epstein

Prince Andrew filmed a tell-all interview with the BBC during which he discussed his controversial relationship with now-deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and the sexual assault allegations against him. The Duke of York, 59, was interviewed by BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis on Thursday at Buckingham Palace and claimed: “I kick myself … on a daily

Democrats never supported Ukraine, and never resisted Russian aggression

Lloyd Billingsley, Schiff Show’s Stalinist Back Story. As California Republican Devin Nunes pointed out, Wednesday’s impeachment hearing was not a one-off but a televised sequel to the bogus Russia probe that tagged Donald Trump as an agent of Russia. When that one flopped, Democrats quickly ginned up the low-rent Ukrainian sequel, produced and scripted by

The Anti-Trump Coup Plotters Aren’t Even Being Subtle

Jason Meister, It’s hard to believe that anyone could actually take the Democrat-led impeachment inquiry seriously, given how transparent its architects have been about their obsession with taking down President Trump. This week’s public impeachment hearings have been almost three years in the making. Washington lawyer Mark Zaid, literally tweeted about his plans for a

William Taylor Joins Robert Mueller on the Ash Heap of the Deep State’s Altar

William Marshall, This week we witnessed yet another august civil servant, Ambassador William Taylor, immolate a hard-earned reputation over a 50-plus year career on the altar of the Deep State. Both Ambassador Taylor and former Special Counsel Robert Mueller began their public service careers as nobly as any American can – in the uniform of

Donald Trump: I Fired Marie Yovanovitch Because She ‘Turned Bad’

President Donald Trump on Friday defended his decision to fire former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, saying that she had “turned bad.” “Everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “She started off in Somalia, how did that go?” Yovanovitch’s first tour was in Mogadishu, Somalia and was installed in Ukraine during the

Roger Stone found guilty on all counts in trial stemming from Mueller probe

Roger Stone was found guilty on all counts of obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements to Congress by a jury in Washington, D.C. federal court, after deliberations had been going on since Thursday morning. The former Trump associate and longtime political operative faced charges that stemmed from Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. Sentencing has been

The Trump Manchurian Candidate Theory Will Never Die

David Harsanyi, One of the most durable conspiracy theories of our times finds Vladimir Putin recruiting a billionaire media personality named Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency. In some iterations of the tale, Trump is willingly serving his Kremlin comrades; in others, he is merely the victim of kompromat. In every version, he is an

‘Too Many to Count’: The Global Persecution of Christians

Raymond Ibrahim, International Day of Prayer for the persecuted Church reminds us of some hard truths. Last November 10 was one of the International Day[s] of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (known by the acronym IDOP). Initiated over 20 years ago by the World Evangelical Alliance, 100,000 congregations around the world and millions of Christians

Democrats, Tyranny, and Income Inequality

Bruce Thornton, How progressives mask their envy and lust for power. The Democrat presidential primary frontrunners are in a heated bidding war for voters, proposing policies with price-tags in the trillions of dollars. Elizabeth Warren wants to spend $49 trillion over the next decade on “Medicare for All” and wholly subsidize college tuition, among other

Can impeachment hearings flop if they’re too boring?

And now, the all-important pizzazz debate. After the first day of the House impeachment hearings droned to a close, NBC ran a “plenty of substance but little drama” piece, with the subhead: “The first two witnesses called Wednesday testified to Trump’s scheme, but lacked the pizzazz necessary for public attention.” Reporter Jonathan Allen defended himself,

Mass Shooting, California Must Recognize Its Gun Control Laws Are The problem

John R. Lott, Jr., Another school shooting, this time by a 15-year-old at Saugus High School in California, another quest for answers. Yet, 20 years after Columbine, the United States is still looking for how to stop mass public shootings. The rest of the world, where mass public shootings are actually much more common, is