Daniel J. Flynn

Daniel J. Flynn, the author of The War on Football: Saving America’s Game, edits Breitbart Sports.

Obama’s Watergate

 

Vladimir Putin did not hack the election. Barack Obama did. Donald Trump said earlier this year that the Obama Administration wiretapped his campaign. “Like I’d want to hear more from that fool?” President Obama scoffed. But CNN reported on Monday, “US investigators wiretapped former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort under secret court orders before and […]

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Sore Loser Hillary Broke Campaign Promise Without Winning

 

Hillary Clinton described last fall’s presidential election as a “theft” in an interview with Anderson Cooper. “I think it needs to be eliminated,” Clinton said of the Electoral College on CNN. “I’d like to see us move beyond it, yes.” Like Miss Havisham wearing that wedding dress or Uncle Rico talking about throwing a football […]

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9/11 Terrorists Overthrew Naive Notions of Proletarian Revolutionaries

 

The terrorists that killed 2,997 people 16 years ago Monday presented the 21st century with a radically different revolutionary than the ones that stormed our imaginations in the 19th and 20th centuries. They didn’t overthrow the world order. They did overthrow our conception of where on the economic strata revolutionaries come from. The 9/11 terrorists […]

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After the Hurricane, the Political Storm

 

On his fourth and final voyage to the New World, an effectively stranded Christopher Columbus informed unhelpful natives that unless they provided aid his God, angry with their inhospitality, planned to make the moon “inflamed with wrath” and disappear it from the heavens. When the lunar eclipse occurred just as the navigator’s charts predicted, the […]

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NYC Honors Stalin Prize Winner and Soviet Spy But Wants Columbus Gone?

 

Who’s buried in Grant’s tomb? Bill de Blasio doesn’t know the correct answer to Groucho Marx’s question, but whoever it is he’s surely a no-good racist worthy of disinterment and exile to Hart Island’s potter’s field. Such is the fanatical mentality underlying the push to imitate the Taliban, the Vandals, and other historical villains who […]

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Gray Lives Matter

 

For looting gold-plated shingles off the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus during their sack of Rome in 455, the Vandals helplessly watched history expropriate their name into a label for mindless despoilers of property. When does history turn “Democrat” into some euphemism for chutzpah for destroying monuments to Democrats all the while blaming Republicans for […]

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Silicon Valley’s Libertarian Paradise Lost

 

Beware. Big PC Bro is watching. Not since Jerry Maguire circulated his mission statement at Sports Management International has an internal memo so backfired on its author as James Damore’s written thoughts on the tech world’s groupthink did. The Google engineer wrote that “when it comes to diversity and inclusion, Google’s left bias has created […]

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You Can Always Tell a Harvard Man…

 

Harvard University, racing ahead of America to its demographic future, admits, for the first time in its history, a majority-minority class. Some minority groups cheer the means by which Harvard achieved this louder than others. A group of Asians filed suit, in litigation described this week by the New York Times as “clearly aimed for […]

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We Are All Squares Now

 

Billboard, which debuted its first songs-sales chart 77 years ago this week, more recently debuted a concert-sales chart that shows the average age of the top ten draws as 51. Senior-citizen stars — Paul McCartney, Neil Diamond, Billy Joel, James Taylor, and Rod Stewart — constitute half of the list. We’re a nation of squares. […]

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Special Counsel Reaches Down Russian Rabbit Holes

 

Who investigates the investigators? Bloomberg reports that special counsel Robert Mueller expanded his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election to include “examining a broad range of transactions involving [Donald] Trump’s businesses as well as his associates.” The transactions not only involve “associates” but, in some cases, date back a decade. The deals […]

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