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Let the Attorney General speculation begin

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The White House has been busy today as the press watches everyone coming and going in hopes of getting a scoop about the next potential Attorney General. Jeff Sessions stepped down yesterday after nearly two years of being President Trump’s punching bag.

There is no timeline nor any rush to replace Sessions, according to the White House. But some notable people have been going to the White House today, including Senate Judiciary Committee member Lindsay Graham and former U.S. Attorney and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Other names that have been floated include Rudy Giuliani, Pam Bondi, and Trey Gowdy.

My Take

One thing is certain. The next Attorney General will be an obedient yes-man (or woman) for the President. Anyone who hints at a willingness to buck the President will not be considered.

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Geraldo Rivera: ‘I think Michael Cohen is full of crap’

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Geraldo I think Michael Cohen is full of crap

Fox News commentator Geraldo Rivera went on Fox & Friends this morning and came out swinging against Michael Cohen, the former Trump attorney who is contending the President ordered the hush money paid to porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy bunny Karen McDougal.

“I think Michael Cohen is full of crap,” Rivera said at the beginning of the interview.

“Michael Cohen makes my skin crawl talking about how he’s telling the truth now even though he was lying yesterday,” Rivera added, noting that Cohen was lying about his taxi business and taxes that had nothing to do with President Trump.

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A guide to classical liberalism

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A guide to classical liberalism

The modern interpretation of the ideology known as “liberalism” is usually associated with the progressive left. Despite the roots of true liberalism – individualism, Natural Rights, and liberty itself – the modern understanding of liberalism has been skewed to make people think more of illiberal politicians like Bernie Sanders instead of Constitutional originalists like Antonin Scalia as liberals.

This 27-minute video does a fine job of breaking down the historical ideas that brought about classical liberalism and the men who brought them to light. It also accurately points out that equality of opportunity for individuals is necessary for a modern society, thus it was this mentality that brought about the end of slavery and the promotion of women’s rights.

From John Locke to James Madison, from the thinkers of Great Britain to the founding fathers of the United States, this video from The Academic Agent brings us through the history of classical liberalism.

For a brief introduction we posted a shorter video earlier:

What classical liberalism is, briefly

http://noqreport.com/2018/12/12/classical-liberalism-briefly/The progressive left and the Democratic Party have undergone many transformations over the last century. They’ve masterfully spun American understanding of language and labels to the point that history has been in a constant state of being rewritten to conform to their machinations. One of the most perverse examples of this is how they now claim the mantle of “liberalism.”

Sadly, those who embrace Natural Rights, limited government, and individualism have been forced to amend our label as liberals to become “classical liberals” for the sake of escaping confusion. Most Americans today would assume if we call ourselves “liberals” that we must be big fans of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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Fine-tuning and incredible calibration points to creation over random chance

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Fine-tuning and incredible calibration points to creation over random chance

Homicide investigator J. Warner Wallace is familiar with looking for tampering. His job makes him look for things that don’t fit. At his core, he is forced to ask questions about the various situations he investigates in order to see where the evidence points.

When he’s not catching bad guys, he’s a Christian apologist. In this role, he utilizes the same skills he’s honed over the decades as an investigator to demonstrate why it makes much more sense to believe in creation than a randomly generated universe.

The author of Cold-Case Christianity started off as a skeptical atheist, but as he investigated deeper, he soon realized it was impossible for the secular worldview to be correct as it pertained to the origins of the universe and life on the planet.

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