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Response to The Big Reveal Of The Big Ugly

Rep Matt Gaetz on FISA Corruption Memo: “Very Foundations of Our Democracy” At Risk…

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Another Rat Scrambles For Cover

McCain Associate Who Handled Dossier Asks Judge To Seal Deposition

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The Big Reveal Of The Big Ugly

On a party line vote the House Intelligence Committee just voted to allow all members of the House to review the preliminary findings of the majority of their investigation into FISA abuse.

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Via Stephen Vodka Pundit Green at Instapundit comes word of the latest Russian Armageddon weapon.

THAT’S DISCONCERTING: Pentagon Document Confirms Existence of Russian Doomsday Torpedo.

Kanyon is reportedly a very long range autonomous underwater vehicle that has a range 6,200 miles, a maximum depth of 3,280 feet, and a speed of 100 knots according to claims in leaked Russian documents.

But what really makes Kanyon nightmare fuel is the drone torpedo’s payload: a 100-megaton thermonuclear weapon. By way of comparison, the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima was 16 kilotons, or the equivalent of 16,000 tons of TNT. Kanyon’s nuke would be the equivalent of 100,000,000 tons of TNT. That’s twice as powerful as Tsar Bomba, the most powerful thermonuclear weapon ever tested. Dropped on New York City, a 100-megaton bomb would kill 8 million people outright and injure 6 million more.

Kanyon is designed to attack coastal areas, destroying cities, naval bases, and ports. The mega-bomb would also generate an artificial tsunami that would surge inland, spreading radioactive contamination with the advancing water. To make matters worse there are reports the warhead is “salted” with the radioactive isotope Cobalt-60. Contaminated areas would be off-limits to humanity for up to 100 years.

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Via the good offices of Glenn Instapundit Reynolds comes a link to American Greatness on Hayek:

What is it about intellectuals that makes them so profligately susceptible to the catnip of socialism?

In his last book, “The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism” (1988), Friedrich Hayek drily underscored the oddity:

The intellectuals’ vain search for a truly socialist community, which results in the idealisation of, and then disillusionment with, a seemingly endless string of “utopias”—the Soviet Union, then Cuba, China, Yugoslavia, Vietnam, Tanzania, Nicaragua—should suggest that there might be something about socialism that does not conform to certain facts.

Read the whole thing!

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New Study by DHS Adds Facet to Immigration Debate

73% of "Domestic" convictions for International Terrorism are foreign born.

The Republic has been debating immigration for as long as we have been a Republic. Jefferson the political philosopher got it right, Jefferson the Practicing Politician did the opposite.

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Seen on Dairy Hill.

The wrongness, it burns...
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A three pronged probe by the Congress into corruption at DoJ, FBI, and the Intelligence Community.

An excellent case is made. I don't know this source (the Conservative Treehouse) well enough to have a well found opinion and thus reserve judgment. Presented as the best summation of what we currently know and suspect.

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I just realized that our leftards seem to be from the same planet as Jeebs...
...their head's keep exploding, but they grow back.
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