This guy is
obviously in a world of hurt and unlikely to see daylight for a long time as
former victims decide to come out of the woodwork. This young woman
seems very believable. The question is who else among the rich and powerful
friends of this pervert will be implicated. Guilt by association will be the strategy
of the press, undoubtedly. It’s worth remembering, though, that Epstein was a
major donor to Democratic politicians and well-known on Wall Street. A lot of
his acquaintances, I’m sure, were unaware of his hidden life, but are
distancing themselves from him a fast as they can. Labor Secretary Acosta
is likely to lose his job over his performance as prosecutor in the former
trial and plea bargain arrangement offered to Epstein. He has been under fire
from conservatives for some time due to his dragging his feet on the
President’s deregulation initiatives. Another interesting thing has popped up.
Vanity Fair, hardly a Trump fan periodical, claims that Jeffrey Epstein had incriminating photos of Bill Clinton. I don’t want to believe that and will reserve
judgement until the allegation is proved or debunked.
Just a wild guess,
but since it happened at 4 AM in the morning, I’m probably on solid ground. A
man stepped over the retaining wall at Niagara Falls and was immediately swept over the falls.
Police found him sitting on the rocks at the bottom and he was taken to the
hospital where it was determined that he was not seriously injured.
sent a not too subtle message to Iran last March by overflying Tehran and several other areas and
photographing installations. The Israeli Air Force’s F-35’s were apparently
undetected by the Iranians air defenses and their Russian radar. How
embarrassing! They may want to ask the Russians for a rebate.
67% of all
registered U.S. voters believe the census should ask the citizenship question on the survey. 55% of Hispanic voters are also in
favor. It’s nice to see common sense prevail. Of course, the question was asked
during the census taken while Obama was in office, but, but, never mind.
In case you still
don’t think that there needs to be some oversight of the policies espoused by
social media platforms and their ability to censor views they don’t agree with
politically, this is a good example
of how Facebook unilaterally decided to not allow pro-life groups to run ads
during the time Ireland was having an election to vote on abortion. Freedom of
speech is fine as long as it’s freedom of speech that Facebook endorses.
The MAGA hats have
proven to be probably the most ubiquitous symbol of a political campaign ever. Two law professors have differing views. Take your pick. I’ll go with Professor Turley at
George Washington University Law School.
Having to be on
committees and sub-committees is apparently really eating into AOC’s social media time. She thinks Nancy Pelosi is trying to keep her busy.
Pelosi, for her part, seems to have had about enough. She seems to have come to
the conclusion that if AOC, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib are the “next
generation” of political talent there isn’t much of a next generation. As
Stephen Green describes them, “a Millennial demagogue, a rabid anti-Semite and
an alleged brother-marrying anti-American migrant.
black billionaire, Robert Johnson, who supported Hillary Clinton and prior to
her Barrack Obama, praised President Trump
for the economy and criticized Democrats for moving too far to the left.
Maybe we can get
Monsignor Ruben Dario Jaramillo Montoya to come to Washington, D.C. after he takes care of Buenaventura. It’s worth a shot.
Be honest. Who among
us haven’t had the fleeting thought of doing the same thing on our visits to
the DMV? For one woman in Kansas City, the lines were just too much.
Still think we don’t
have a crisis at our Southern border? Read this.
A man considered one of the Gulf Cartel’s most violent enforcers and the head
of migrant smuggling was in U.S. custody and was released after 15 days.
If the shootings
aren’t enough to run you out of Chicago, how about a 60% property tax increase?