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Sunday, May 28, 2017

Carry the Load

Carry the load
the Story
"Memorial Day is a moment for us to slow down
and think about those who carried us."

Our co-founder Clint Bruce shares the story
behind Carry The Load. Who are you carrying?
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Bachelor’s Corner on Memorial Day Sunday....

Bachelor’s Corner on Memorial Day Sunday....

Bachelor’s Corner

on Memorial Day Sunday

On Sundays, for over three years after my separation, I walked about a quarter of mile down the street to a Christian Church, in part because I liked the preacher, the son of an Army chaplain. And I liked the church itself. It was stranger-friendly. It was a rotunda, and the sanctuary was designed like an amphitheater, holding maybe 250. The back rows, the “sun pews” underneath stained glass windows, were called Bachelors Corner, although there were no corners in that church, and none of the men assembled there were bachelors…except me, sort of.
There were usually eight or ten of them, widowers, and mostly vets from WWII, then still in their late 60s, early 70’s. As I got to know them I learned they usually came thirty minutes or so early and would swap stories under the sun glass, while Sunday school in the adjacent building was still in session. So that became my habit, as well. There was one fellow especially, Bill, who was probably the best story teller I’d ever heard. A smallish man, he retired an Army major in the 1960s. And he was from “back home”, east Kentucky. His National Guard unit was called up en masse in 1942, and trained at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, and then fought as a unit in the Aleutians. After that they split up and Bill was commissioned, and went to Italy, then onto Germany. Bill said he was promoted to corporal his first day in camp as he was one of only a few who could read.
All those fellow’s stories were of camp life or slogging through mud, sleeping in water-filled fox holes, and the like. Bill Mauldin kind of stories. Cartoons almost. Never of fighting. But as a storyteller Bill was best. He had pards named Lester, Abner, Moses and the like. His tale of Abner getting his first store-bought haircut outside Camp Shelby, and them teaching him the etiquette of how to pay for it (“always carry nickels, never give ’em a quarter and have to ask for change”…Abner wasn’t too good as his sums and takeaways either”) was as funny a story I’d heard since Ring Lardner.
My first Memorial Day Sunday at that church, I learned it had its own rites associated with that solemn day. The minister would come in, say an opening prayer, then ask the congregation to turn to page such and such and then come back to the sun pews and sit among the bachelors. The rest of the congregation stood the whole time. They went through the panoply of patriotic songs in the hymnal, “God Bless America”, “My Country Tis of Thee”, “Battle Hymn of the Republic”. For my life, even now, I can never get through the first stanza of “America the Beautiful” thinking about those men. I just can’t squeeze the words out. And the old Crusader hymn “Fairest Lord Jesus”? Oh, my.
And the bachelors would sit and quietly weep, as bespoke their sense of dignity, their heads bowed, remembering those same lost comrades they’d joked about only the week before; Mose, who stepped on a mine, Abner who took a bullet through the head hunkered down right next to Bill, and others who went down at Leyte or Saipan or Anzio. In the congregation, one by one a few men would turn, I expect, still with families, some my age, Vietnam, Korea, then come back and sit and weep with these old fellows. Some brought their sons and their grandsons, so they could get some sense of this sacred rite, as well, and to show them how grown men cry.
For the better part of an hour this went on, then the preacher got up, wiped his eyes, blew his nose and mounted the pulpit, said a prayer and everyone left. He didn’t even pass the plate.
Next week, 10:30 sharp, the bachelors were back in their corner, swapping stories.
I participated in this rite three times. Of course, most of those old fellow are gone, now. But I look down at my shoes and realize I’m their age myself now. I’m no longer a bachelor, but I hope in that church, and thousands more around the country, this Sunday and every Memorial Day Sunday, congregations will pause and consider all of those men sitting on the back pews, or anywhere, alone, especially, but all of us who served.
And most of all I pray mothers will still send their men and sons back to those back rows to comfort those men and to learn from them.
In these times it may be the only true commemoration we’ll get for some years to come. That which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.

Tillerson declines to host Ramadan event

Exclusive: Tillerson declines to host Ramadan event at State Department

Sat May 27, 2017 | 11:02 PM EDT

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has declined a request to host an event to mark Islam's holy month of Ramadan, two U.S. officials said, apparently breaking with a bipartisan tradition in place with few exceptions for nearly 20 years.
Since 1999, Republican and Democratic secretaries of state have nearly always hosted either an iftar dinner to break the day's fast during Ramadan or a reception marking the Eid al-Fitr holiday at the end of the month, at the State Department.

Tillerson turned down a request from the State Department's Office of Religion and Global Affairs to host an Eid al-Fitr reception as part of Ramadan celebrations, said two U.S. officials who declined to be identified because they were not authorized to speak publicly.

According to an April 6 memo seen by Reuters, the office - which typically initiates such events - recommended that Tillerson hold an Eid al-Fitr reception.

His rejection of the request suggests there are no plans this year for any high-profile Ramadan function at the State Department. The month of fasting and prayer for Muslims gets under way in many countries on Saturday.

When asked by Reuters to comment on Tillerson declining a request to host an Eid al-Fitr event in July for Ramadan, a State Department spokesperson said:

"We are still exploring possible options for observance of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the month of Ramadan. U.S. ambassadors are encouraged to celebrate Ramadan through a variety of activities, which are held annually at missions around the world."

Muslim activists have accused President Donald Trump's administration of having an unfriendly attitude toward Islam, encapsulated by its attempts to ban citizens of several Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

The administration says that while it strongly opposes Islamist militants, it has no quarrel with Islam. Aides point to Trump's visit this month to Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam where he addressed the leaders of more than 50 Muslim countries, as evidence of that.

Members of Congress, Muslim civil society and community leaders, diplomats from Muslim countries and senior U.S. officials usually attend the State Department Ramadan event, a symbol of the U.S. government's diplomatic efforts with Muslim countries and people.

If Tillerson avoids hosting one this year, that could send a message "that it is not as important to this administration to engage with Muslims," said former U.S. diplomat Farah Pandith, who served in the Bush and Obama administrations and helped plan Ramadan events at the White House and State Department.

Tillerson issued a statement on Friday to mark the start of Ramadan, which he called "a month of reverence, generosity, and self-reflection."

"Most importantly, it is a cherished time for family and friends to gather and give charity to those who are less fortunate," he said.


Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright started the tradition 18 years ago of America's top diplomat hosting a public event for Ramadan, a lunar month.

The secretary of state of the time usually gives remarks there on the meaning of Ramadan.

In April, the State Department's Office of Religion and Global Affairs made a request to Tillerson's office that he deliver remarks at an Eid al-Fitr reception this year, and suggested a two-week range of dates in July. The event would serve to "highlight State Department initiatives and the importance of Muslim engagement," the memo said.

It noted that by hosting a reception just after Ramadan, rather than an iftar - an often sumptuous dinner at sunset - a State Department event could be held any time of the day, thus preventing "a very late evening for the Secretary."

Several weeks later, that office and other offices at the State Department were alerted that Tillerson declined the request, the officials said.

Reuters was told of the request being declined but did not see Tillerson's reply. An official with the Office of Religion and Global Affairs did not respond to a request for comment.

Several prominent Muslim-American groups in the Washington area who are normally invited to the Ramadan event told Reuters this week that they had yet to receive an invitation from the State Department, which they said was unusual.

"If they're having one, we haven't been invited," said Rabiah Ahmed, spokeswoman for the Muslim Public Affairs Council in Washington. A representative for her group has been invited to the State Department event in the past, she said.


Trump's administration has had a fraught relationship with Muslims. As a presidential candidate, the Republican urged a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States, called for more surveillance of mosques and warned that radical Muslims were "trying to take over our children."

Trump has since toned down his rhetoric and courts have halted his temporary travel ban on people from six mostly Muslim countries.

White House officials did not respond to a request for comment on whether they would continue the tradition this year of hosting a Ramadan-related event at the White House.

The State Department celebrates other religious traditions though some of those commemorations are not as well-established as the State Department's Ramadan event. In 2014, then-secretary of state John Kerry hosted the first ever celebration at the State Department marking Diwali, the Hindu festival.

The White House also traditionally hosts annual Christmas and Easter events as well as a Seder dinner to mark the Jewish Passover.

The top U.S. diplomat has personally hosted a Ramadan event every year since 1999, often in the State Department's grand Benjamin Franklin room, apart from three years.

In 2006 and 2015, deputies of the secretary of state at the time hosted either an iftar dinner or an Eid al-Fitr reception. In 2014, Kerry hosted a reception for Eid al-Adha, another important Muslim holiday.

(Additional reporting by Arshad Mohammed and Matt Spetalnick; Editing by Yara Bayoumy and Alistair Bell)     

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Show of Force: US Deploys Third Aircraft Carrier to North Korea

Two Simple Answers to the Timing of the James Comey Firing.......

Two Simple Answers to the Timing of the James Comey Firing.......


Two Simple Answers to the Timing of the James Comey Firing.......

No 1: The first is a simple equation of process, doing things by the book, for which Donald Trump would have been double-damned had he violated in the manner of how, and when he fired FBI Director James Comey.
In two days, I’ve listened to and read at least 50,000 words trying to explain politically what can be easily explained legally in a couple of hundred, and politically, in less than fifty.
Contrary to the general knowledge of citizens, James Comey’s chain of command goes through the Deputy Attorney General, who the FBI Director actually answers directly to, who answers to the Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, who in turn answers to the President.
Until late April, there was no Trump-appointed Deputy Attorney General for Comey to report to – Dana Boente being the acting Deputy AG, who replaced the Democrat deep state embed, Sally Yates, who was fired by her new boss, Donald Trump – until Rod Rosenstein could be sworn in about 20 days ago to take the seat permanently.
One of Rosenstein’s first official acts was to recommend to his boss, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, with a lengthy list of justifications, that Comey be dismissed. Sessions, in turn, with his own letter, passed that recommendation onto the President, who acted on it immediately.
Most say it was three months too late, but I’ve just explained why, crossing all the “t’s”, dotting all the “i’s”.
Comey’s firing was neatly wrapped and tied in a perfect legal bundle, the FBI director fired by a man the Democrats praised to high heaven only three weeks ago as they confirmed his appointment, and his dismissal of a man they universally condemned for having cost their candidate the election.
No. 2: Knowing how quickly the Democrats would change their tune, then, the second answer is also easy to understand.
The sound of stuck pigs squealing is universally appreciated and enjoyed, even by the random passer-by, who has had to put up with the daily stench of their sty as its aroma had wafted over the American landscape the past several years, once it is generally believed that the swine crib is being cleaned out.

Update on Cookie and Three Law Suits

By Anna Von Reitz

Many thanks to all who have been sending love and prayers and donations for my Paralegal friend, Cookie. She was stricken with mysterious maladies that seemed to indicate heart failure and/or kidney failure and so, has had to undergo a lot of tests.
This evening she updated me. She had a severe misalignment in her spine between her shoulder blades (no doubt the result of years spent pouring over dusty books in dimly lit rooms, perched on tall stools) and that was causing a lot of problems because the nerves route through that area to the heart. So that is being adjusted by expert medical chiropractors and she is already experiencing significant relief.
She also has apparently developed a mid-life allergy to MSG which is being added to all processed food under the euphemism "natural preservatives". MSG makes food taste better, but it is also a poison capable of passing the brain-blood barrier, affecting short term memory, balance, and critical thinking skills. No more processed food is apparently the only cure.
All things taken together, the diagnosis could have been a lot worse and so could the treatment, though chiropractic care is not included in her major medical insurance and will continue to be an expense for some time to come.
The other news I wish to pass on tonight is that The Living Law Firm has prepared three major systemic claims in behalf of the American states and people.
I know this hasn't been easy to understand, but we were faced early on with a hard choice: we could take our slim resources--- a few dozen people working on their own shoestrings -- and try to put out 300 million brush fires, or we could concentrate on defining the problem(s) in a systemic way and bring action to correct the cause instead of the symptoms.
We took the latter course, at the cost of not being able to offer more direct and immediate help to individuals.
As the research has progressed it has become clear that the pattern of "expatriation" and "registration" and "bankruptcy" has been repeated several times and each time, private property has been removed under false presumptions into foreign jurisdictions and "pledged" by governmental services corporations as surety for their own debts.
The 1868 Expatriation Act was followed by the 14th Amendment presumption of Territorial United States Citizenship. The 1907 Expatriation Act resulted in Municipal United States Citizenship, which was followed by the Sheppard-Townsend Act registering babies. The 1934 Emergency Banking Act was followed by the creation of corporate Municipal Franchises--- another level of expatriation ---and the confiscation of gold.
At no time should any of this have affected American state nationals.
The financial crisis being addressed in each case was always due to the profligacy and mismanagement of the foreign Territorial United States and/or Municipal United States governments. In each case, only their actual citizens should have been impacted and in each case it was carefully stated that only "citizens" were subject.
But who is a "citizen" and with respect to which layer of government?
Prior to the so-called Civil War, people routinely served as State Citizens when they held office in their land jurisdiction state governments. They were also routinely referred to as "people of the United States". The semantic confusion and shuffle between "State Citizen" and "people of the United States" to "United States Citizen" was easy enough to foist off on the gullible and trusting public.
From that point on, the foreign Territorial United States (a British-backed democracy) and equally foreign Municipal United States (run by the Holy See as a Congressional oligarchy) worked as a Tag Team to secretively conscript and register American state nationals--- in effect, press-ganging them into the foreign international jurisdiction of the sea and promoting the assumption that they were operating as commercial "vessels" subject to both municipal and territorial law.
In fact, American state nationals operate as private, non-commercial "vessels" engaged in peaceful international trade. They are internationally "Protected Persons" and they are owed the specific protection of both the British Crown and the British Monarch.
By conscripting American state nationals under color of law and non-disclosure and coercing them to "accept" the status of "United States Citizen" the Territorial and Municipal United States could side-step the guarantees of the actual Constitution and seize upon the assets --- land and labor --- of the unsuspecting Americans who continued to think of the "federal government" as their own government.
We are presented with the spectacle of an entire people claiming to be "United States Citizens" as if they were born in Puerto Rico, unknowingly subjecting themselves to foreign Territorial and Municipal law, losing the protections of the actual Constitution, surrendering their claims to their land and their labor and accepting the debts of bankrupt foreign governments--- and for what supposed consideration? "Benefits" ---like "Social Security"---har! har! ---- that they paid for themselves.
Americans today give a far greater percentage of their assets and their labor to the "King" and the "Church" than any serf in the Dark Ages, and conditions are even worse throughout much of Europe, the former Commonwealth, India, Africa, South America, and Japan.
This outrageous crime against law, sense, and nature must come to an end---- and it must come systemically. The whole construct of the Great Fraud has to be flushed, and the spirit as well as the letter of the law established by our national trust indenture must be honored.
So--- in the next several weeks, three simple but profound legal actions will be engaged in behalf of the actual states and the living people. We will need your support in every way possible--- your prayers, your sharing of information, your determination to put an end to this fraud against America and against Americans, and yes, whatever money you can spare for our Living Law Firm.
The Paypal address is: avannavon@gmail.com.

The snail mail address is: Anna Maria Riezinger, c/o Box 520994, Big Lake, Alaska 99652.

ISIS calls for war on the West - Ramadan message

ISIS calls for ‘All-Out War’ to Mark start of Ramadan – Targets Include Civilians

But remember - Islam is a 'peaceful religion' ??!!

May 26 2017

ISIS has issued a rallying call to its followers for an “all-out war” on the West to mark the start of Ramadan tomorrow. European security services are said to be bracing for more attacks during the Muslim holy month as ISIS’s followers are urged to attack “infidels” in the wake of Monday’s Manchester bomb attack.

The jihadist group made the call in a video message entitled "Where are the lions of war?" published on YouTube, reports The Telegraph.

It said: “Muslim brothers in Europe who can’t reach the Islamic State lands, attack them in their homes, their markets, their roads and their forums.”

Couldn't locate this video: "Where are the lions of war?" on YouTube - wonder why?

Millions of Muslims worldwide are preparing for Ramadan, a "holy month"  ??!!   of fasting and religious devotion. - and apparently also attacking innocent 'infidels'

Read more at End Time Headlines.

OK America - are you going to change pizzas for a muslim diet restriction?


Muslim man sues Little Caesars for $100M over pork on pizza

A Muslim man is suing Little Caesars for $100 million in Michigan, claiming he was served pepperoni made with pork, which is a food prohibited...
Say WHAT??!!
A FRIVOLOUS LAWSUIT if ever there was one!  SHOULD be thrown out!
By Ricky Scaparo on May 26, 2017 07:21 pm

the Late Night Intruder

Coping: With the Late Night Intruder
The situation reported below fully explains itself.  May we all have the wisdom and patience of Oilman2.

We’re gonna share a story this morning that’ll make your toes curl. This is the kind of situation no one ever wants to face. When it happens, you might read a headline, but never a first-hand report – like this one.

Here’s what happened:

Story by Oilman 2:

Sunday night we went to bed at 10PM. At 1:30AM, the wife woke me saying she heard something in the house. I sleep with CPAP, so I sleep hard and deep.

I listened and heard something. I got the gun, thumbed the safety off, and left the bedroom. I saw a man in my kitchen. He was just standing there, sort of staring. He had switched on the lights and, when I saw his face, he was someone I had met. I aimed the gun.

“Hey!” I said. He spun slowly, almost stumbling. He sort of looked through me.

“Where’s the dog food?” he asked calmly.

Then I noticed the leash on the floor, and a huge Rottweiler walked into view.

“What the f*ck are you doing in my house?” I asked firmly.

“What? This is Jean’s house and I need to get my stuff.” was his reply.

I walked closer, and smelled alcohol on him. I knew him from somewhere but couldn’t place him.

“You need to get out of my house, and NOW,” I said.

“OK.” he said. “But this is Jean’s house and I gotta get my stuff."

I flicked the end of the gun at the door. “Let’s go outside now, so you can get your stuff."

“Good idea, ” he said.

He went out the door, which I had forgotten to lock since there had been no need in 25 years to lock it.

When he stepped outside, the dog followed. The dog was dragging one of those self-winding leashes behind him with about 8 feet of line extended. When he got outside, I noticed there was blood all over his t-shirt, and he was barefooted.

“Why are you in my house?” I asked.  He stared at me, eyes sort of blank. He wasn’t staggering, but he was very wobbly.

“I got to get my stuff,” came the repeated answer.

I knew he was massively f*c*ed up, and then finally placed him. I had met him at a fundraiser for a woman running for city council. He was a typical suburban boy, nothing weird I could recall, but this situation was very weird. I thumbed the safety on, and lowered the gun somewhat.

“Look, ” I said. “This isn’t your house and it’s not Jean’s house. Look around you. This is my house and you just walked in. It’s one in the morning, and I was ready to shoot you."

Only then did he look at the gun. It seemed to finally register.

“OH! OK!” he said. Then he walked into my garage door, which was open.

“NO! Not that way. That’s my garage and you don’t need to go in there. You need to go out this gate and go home.” I indicated the gate to my backyard with the gun, and he changed directions.

“Is this your dog?” I asked.

“No, that’s Shelly’s dog, not mine,” he replied as he walked out the gate.

“Where do you live?” I asked.

“On Palm Drive,” he answered. “You know that. The house with the purple trim. I put in some vegetables, too."

I watched him sort of meander down my driveway, then took the leash and threw it after him and the dog.

I watched him walk away, glad I hadn’t shot him dead.

When I went in the house, the wife was hysterical, and had called the police. She handed me the phone.

“He is about 5’9″ tall, bald, glasses, wearing a white t-shirt with blood spots on it. He is barefooted and wearing plaid shorts or underwear. He is either very drunk or on something or having a mental break.”  Then I handed the phone back to her. She hung it up and was trembling.

“A strange man just walked into our house. The dog didn’t even bark!” she blurted.

“The dog is half-deaf, eleven years old and has cataracts. He was also probably asleep like we were. I know that guy from the shrimp boil we went to last month. I got no idea why he walked into our house, but I am glad I didn’t shoot first."

The police showed up, with lights, looking for the guy. He wasn’t on our street any longer. I was just glad he was gone and that I didn’t have to shoot him.

I spent an hour calming her and showing her that everything was now locked up tight.

The next day the police called and said they had escorted him home. He was clearly under some influence or having a mental break, so we didn’t press any charges.

After lunch the doorbell rang. It was the guy, with his wife, and my wife nervously answered the door, holding it half open. He had come to apologize for what happened, and thanked me repeatedly for not shooting him dead. His wife was crying and repeatedly apologized.

It turns out that his doctor prescribed Ambien for him because he wasn’t sleeping. Apparently, this triggered sleepwalking or else a couple glasses of wine plus Ambien equals incredible effects in some people.

He was indeed trying to get to Jean's house where he had left 3 coolers used for the shrimp boil a few weeks previously. He had no idea why he wound up at my house and only remembered snatches of what transpired the night before. But he remembered the gun. And it was, in fact, his dog that was with him.

This incident is such a great example of what is wrong with many doctors, what is wrong with the pharmacy industry and why shooting first and asking questions later is not always the best plan. I would have widowed a woman, left her with 3 kids and traumatized my wife permanently. I may have been justified, but that doesn’t mean it would have been the best outcome.

I had the gun, was ready and knew I could. At that point I felt confident I had the upper hand. And the entire situation was so strange that it felt wrong to kill him because he wasn’t actually threatening me.

I live in an upper-middle class suburban home in a really safe neighborhood. We have good police (they were there within 5 minutes) and they aren’t trigger or taser happy – they are peace officers and toll collectors mostly. So this incident is way off in the weird end of the spectrum.

I relate it to you because it seems to have multiple things to discuss within it – drugs, guns, etc.


Federal prosecutor found dead on Florida beach

Federal prosecutor Beranton Whisenant Jr. found dead on Florida beach

May 26, 2017, 9:59 AM

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. -- The body of a federal prosecutor has been found on a Florida beach with possible head trauma.  (reported to be fully clothed in business suit)

Hollywood, Florida police say the body of 37-year-old Beranton J. Whisenant Jr. was found early Wednesday by a passerby on the city's beach. 

CBS Miami reports officers pulled the body out of the water and covered him with a sheet.   

Police are investigating the case as a crime, according to the Miami Herald.

Authorities believe Whisenant died as a result of a possible gunshot wound to the head or other type of trauma. 

Detectives are working to determine if??? foul play was involved in his death.

At this time, no arrests have been made. 

Whisenant worked for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Miami in its major crimes unit. He had joined the office in January. *

Court records show he had been handling several visa and passport fraud cases.

Acting U.S. Attorney Benjamin G. Greenberg said in a statement that Whisenant was a "great lawyer and wonderful colleague."

The office declined to comment on the investigation.


*Question:  WHY would Whisenant be murdered UNLESS he WAS ON TRACK and the enemy feared EXPOSURE and being prosecuted for their crimes???  So WHO was Whisenant concentrating on during the investigation?  Who would have known?  And who of these would most likely have informed the enemy?  And WHO is investigating Whisenant's murder?

Remember, Islam is a 'peaceful' religion - IF you keep your head that is


Benjamin Fulford May 25 2017

Benjamin Fulford
May 25 2017

POLITICS in the swamp

in 'the swamp'
 And then he braided .....................

 I think it's here somewhere ........
Like my new bicycle?
Obama's 'army'
The bozo's refuse to leave the swamp
and are STILL hanging around

How about a 90-120 day open-ended amnesty ?

Should President Trump Offer Amnesty to the Deep State Who Want to Come in From the Cold?



Long title, short answer.

We know they are there, and they know we are looking for them.

We know some of their names, and they don’t know which ones, just that the clock is ticking.

They all have vested financial interests in holding onto their jobs; family, friends, lifestyle,, benefits.

And they all have political interests that cause them to want to hold onto those jobs, as well.

Those political interests run from Class A zealotry to Class D medium-tempered go-along-to-get-along, with many shades of grey in between.

Finally, they also know they have been operating outside the law, at least for a few months, some much longer, and they think it has been easy.


How about a 90-120 day open-ended amnesty offer for those who agree to come in from the cold?

President Trump could provide various incentives; retirement parachutes, walking-around money, but most of all, immunity from future prosecution, even witness protection, if requested.

All they have to do is be able to pass a battery of polygraphs and be willing to provide names, places, events and documents, all subject to verification.

Of course you know how these programs go. At State and Justice it may only take a half dozen to step forward, before the floodgates open. EPA will be different. So will Education, Energy and Labor.

But once they do, everyone who decides not to come in from the cold will know they are in the cold forever.

Hillary won’t come in. Kerry won’t. Obama won’t. Others.

But they sure will sweat.

But getting the Biggs of the Deep State in this way don’t necessarily have to be the end game here.

We can let history take care of that.