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hfr_071919This week…


*Democrats in the House of Representatives – with a big assist from a very stable genius– committed political suicide.


*Jeffrey Epstein was denied bail. Elites in New York, DC and Palm Beach freak out over the imminent release of 2,000 pages of documentation about who partied with him.


*Iran escalates provocations.


*His administration will investigate charges of treason against Google, the president said.


*In one courtroom, the case against Michael Flynn’s business partner fell apart. In another, the judge indicated he’ll read the Riot Act to Flynn’s former lawyers.


For much more, read on:



Politics has its style and its substance. Style requires the 2020 candidates to stump in New Hampshire diners and eat corn dogs at Iowa fairs. These stylistic rites of passage in American politics are on the verge of irrelevance as the kingmakers in California push up their primary and as the effort to eliminate the electoral college gains traction among the 2020 Democrats and, more importantly, their donors.

Forget the New Hampshire diners and Iowa corn dogs, the truth can be found if you follow the money.

The 2020 race is all about touting the democracy of small donors with a 130,000 donor threshold for the third Democrat debate. But certain zip codes keep coming up for the top Democrat candidates. The 100XX zip codes of Manhattan, the 90XXX zip codes of Los Angeles, the 94XXX zip codes of San Francisco, the 98XXX zip codes of Seattle, the 20XXX zip codes of D.C. and the 02XXX zip codes of Boston.

These are the core zip codes of the Democrat donor base. They are the pattern that recur in the campaign contributions lists of the top Democrats. And they explain the politics of the 2020 race.



ilegals-on-the-moveMany people benefit from the lawbreaking: The Mexican and Central American governments, the Democratic party, employers, ethnic activists, rich progressives, and the illegal border crossers themselves.

Almost every party invested in open borders proves utterly selfish, without regard for the legitimate interests of others or of the law itself.

The Illegal Immigrant: The immigrant is the pawn of Latin American governments who view him as inanimate capital, someone who represents thousands of dollars in future foreign-exchange remittances, as well as one less mouth to feed at home — if he crosses the border, legality be damned.

Mexican and Central American Governments: Some $30 billion in remittances are sent back by mostly illegal aliens to Central American governments and roughly another $30 billion to Mexico.

The Ethnic Industry: America is increasingly becoming not so much a nonwhite nation as an assimilated, integrated, and intermarried country.

The Democratic Party: Democrats once were exclusionists — largely because they feared that illegal immigration eroded unionization and overtaxed the social-service resources of their poor citizen constituents. What changed?

Employers: Employers over the past 50 years learned fundamental truths about illegal immigrants.

The Elite Caring Progressive: Wealthy progressives favor open borders and illegal immigration for a variety of reasons.



progressive-meatThe Obama-era Democratic Party bears little resemblance to the themes embraced just 11 years ago by Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton during the 2008 primaries.

The parameters of marriage, in Obama’s words “between a man and woman,” has now transmogrified beyond gay civil unions to legal gay marriage to transgendered fixations.

Obama once protested that he was no king who could open the border and grant amnesties by fiat. Yet his view of immigration has metamorphosed well beyond DACA and Dreamers into Democratic candidates going into Mexico to escort aliens unlawfully into our country, and 500 sanctuary jurisdictions in which federal immigration law is all but null and void. An American citizen convicted of using a fake Social Security Number and phony ID is a felon who is all but unemployable; an illegal alien who commits the same crimes learns quickly that these are not deportable offenses and mostly never prosecuted.

In a nanosecond, Betsy Ross’s iconic colonial flag, which once emblazoned the backdrop of the 2012 Obama inauguration ceremony, have become racist icons...



dems-speak-on-racismTo say that the Democrats are obsessed with race these days is the equivalent of saying the sky is blue.

I'm a racist. You're a racist. Donald Trump's a racist. Nancy Pelosi was a racist until she attacked Trump for racism. Your neighbor's a racist. Your insurance broker's a racist. Your dentist's a racist as well as your periodontist. All white males are racist. Some white females are racists, especially those married to white males. Everywhere a racist.

Never mind that many of those people have no history of racism. It doesn't matter. Never mind that their families came here in 1923 to flee the Armenian Holocaust or mass starvation in Ukraine, they owe reparations for slavery. It's all about racism—yours.

The Dems' presidential campaigns are based around proving the other man or woman is more of a racist and vice versa, or about showing you're not so racist as people say you are, even if you are or even if you pretended to be a race you weren't. And don't you dare criticize Ilhan Omar or you're a triple-racist even if her ideas are more racist than anyone else's. Got it?



Did you ever see some old stock certificates from more than a half-century ago?

Many of them would have an engraving of a factory spewing smoke from one or more chimneys. This was meant to imply industrial might with an enterprise that employed many workers.

Now, if you drive around America or fly over the country, you rarely see any factory or power plant emitting black or gray smoke. The white plumes coming from power plants and factories are for the most part nothing more than water vapor condensing when it meets the colder air of the atmosphere.

From 1970 to 2017, the aggregate U.S. emissions of the six primary pollutants — nitric oxide, ozone, particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide and lead — have declined by 73 percent. Ambient concentrations of these harmful pollutants have declined an average of 64 percent since 1990. Since 1970, real GDP increased almost 400 percent.

Each year, most of the country has fewer days with “hazardous air” and, in many places, it is now zero. Fifty years ago, many of America’s rivers and waterways were unsafe to swim in or to consume the fish from — including the Potomac.

That has all changed;



epstein-chargedThe arrest Saturday (7/6) and indictment Monday (7/8) of (purported) billionaire, (confirmed) pedophile and major Democrat donor Jeffrey Epstein indicates the Storm has finally begun. From now on, the only news Democrats get that isn’t bad will be worse.

CD roms the FBI seized from a safe in Epstein’s $77 million Manhattan town house suggest he was blackmailing hundreds of prominent people.

A decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has made Planned Parenthood very, very unhappy.

At a Social Media Summit yesterday (7/11), President Trump blasted the barons of Big Tech for lying to him about censorship, pledged to explore “all regulatory and legislative measures to protect free speech.”

For details and much more news, read on.



trump-on-census-citizenshipShould there be a citizenship question on the 2020 census? Will there be?

Those questions have been much in the news lately, because:

The Supreme Court ruled the question could be asked…if the Commerce Department provided a better rationale for asking it.

Then the Commerce Department said that because of time constraints, the census forms will be printed without a citizenship question.

President Trump countermanded that, ordered the Justice Department to revisit the issue with the courts pronto.

A day later, the president said he may issue an executive order to have a citizenship question included.

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