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In The News for Friday, June 11, 2021
· So much for the Systemic Racism narrative being promulgated by the left-wing wokerati. Let’s put an end to this bulls**t. Complaints of racial discrimination have plummeted to all-time lows in recent years.
In The News for Thursday, June 10, 2021
In The News for Wednesday, June 9, 2021
· A significant change in the number of Americans who favor the death penalty. Think maybe the surge in violent crime has had an effect?
· Our First Cyborg President. The thoroughgoing phoniness gives the game away. Consider the attempted laugh and accompanying smile that immediately precede his remarks. The cyborg is lifelike, but something is ineradicably off. Those of us who grew up... [Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, June 8, 2021
· Guatemalans To Kamala Harris: Clueless Yankee Go Home. She is so far over her head.
In The News for Mondy, June 7, 2021
· Yesterday was the 77th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion, Operation Overlord. It was a day that saw ordinary men perform extraordinary feats. Here is Gen. George Patton’s full speech to the men of 3rd Army prior to the invasion. What a classic!
The General paused. His eagle-like eyes swept over the hillside. He said with pride, “There is one great thing that you men will all be able to say after this war is over and you are home once again. You may be thankful that twenty years from now when you are sitting by the... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, June 4, 2021
· Sunday marks the 77th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of France. A reminder of American greatness.
· COVID-19 cases hit lowest point in U.S. since pandemic began. The unfortunate fact is that we would probably be in this same place even if we hadn’t committed economic suicide with all the shutdowns.
In The News for Thursday, June 3, 2021
· A complete and utter farce. Biden’s speech in Tulsa.
America is now suffering under a lethal combination of Biden’s... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, June 2, 2021
In The News for Tuesday, June 1, 2021
In The News-Memorial Day Edition, May 31, 2021
· On this Memorial Day I thought it might be interesting to share with you a piece on Thomas Jefferson, one of the most influential men in American history.
His portrait is on the $2.00 Dollar Bill
In The News-Weekend Edition-May 30, 2021
A Few Good Ones for the Weekend - May 30, 2021
My doctor asked if anyone in my family suffered from mental illness. I said, "No, we all seem to enjoy it.”
One minute you're young and fun. The next, you're turning down the car stereo to see better ..
Common sense is not a gift. It's a punishment because you have to deal with everyone who doesn't have... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, May 28, 2021
· LA’s answer to the problem of homelessness. Tents at a cost of $2600/month. You read that right. What Homelessness And Climate Change Have In Common.
In The News for Thursday, May 27, 2021
· Open Season In Minneapolis. Oh, thank goodness. Al Sharpton is on the scene. We know reason will prevail.
· OK. Real Communism has never been tried. Jordan Peterson murders that argument. In case the tweet from Not The Bee has been censored by our friends at Twitter, here is his argument from 2017. But that wasn’t real communism. It’s only 7 minutes and very good.
In The News for Wednesday, May 26, 2021
· An interesting contrast on how Trump spent tax dollars versus Biden. President Trump asked for $5.6 million for the Wall. He got $1.375 and allocated another $3.8 billion. At the end of 2020 he had spent or begun the process of spending $9 billion on 400 miles of wall. President Biden has so far redirected $2 billion from various programs toward healthcare and transportation costs for illegal aliens. Another $8.6 billion is scheduled to be reallocated. Maybe a letter to your Congressperson or Senator is in order.
In The News for Tuesday, May 25, 2021
· The Mask Regime is crumbling, but hanging on. Despite the fact that the data indicates mask mandates are utterly useless, they are a symbol of submission to authority and a way to virtue signal for the woke.
We are currently experiencing a preference cascade. Most people want to get back to their normal lives–not some insipid “new normal,” but life as we knew and liked it. We are seeing the effects all around us. But... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, May 24, 2021
· INFLATION: If you’re worried about inflation no being that transitory, maybe you should be. An interesting article on the three key drivers of inflation that are now clicking on all cylinders.
· Taking a page from Donald Trump, Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor
Greene have been on an America First national
tour holding rallies blasting Biden and destructive
Democrats. They seem to be drawing good crowds. Maybe they’ve hit a nerve. Here’s
In The News for Friday, May 21, 2021
In The News for Thursday, May 20, 2021
· In an answer to Biden’s 2022 budget, House Republicans are putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.
In The News for Wednesday, May 19, 2021
· Remember when Beto called Gov. Abbott’s move to lift the face
mask mandate a “death warrant?” Or when Joe Biden called him a Neanderthal?. Or
In The News for Tuesday, May 18, 2021
· From the New York Times no less, this story on Joe Biden. Beneath Joe Biden’s Folksy Demeanor, a Short Fuse and an Obsession With Details. Powerline’s take: Slow Joe Getting Slower.
While the story tries to soften the blows with lots of fluff and filler, it paints a devastating picture of Biden for the careful reader. It explains he has a quick temper, takes a long time to make decisions,... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, May 16, 2021
In The News for Friday, May 14, 2021
· More on our woke military leadership. Now we’re trying to get the whole world to laugh at us. This is simply incredible. Is there any testosterone left in the Pentagon?
In The News for Thursday, May 13, 2021
· The Blockbuster Book of 2021. Molly Hemingway’s Rigged will, I’ll bet, be a very interesting and well-written and researched book. She is a very good investigative reporter.
In The News for Wednesday, May 12, 2021
· Is the pandemic responsible for America’s violent crime wave? The evidence would seem to say no.
Thus, it seems clear that the pandemic didn’t cause the U.S. crime wave — a view that, as noted, seems counterintuitive, to begin with. The problem, Gelinas concludes, is that “we have effectively halted all preventative policing [and] have also effectively stopped all incarceration of suspects and criminals short of murder.”Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, May 11, 2021
· Democrats Can’t Quash the ‘Big Lie.’ They’re sure doing all they can to stymy the Maricopa County election audit. Wayne Allen Root: How You Know Democrats Rigged and Stole the Election. He raises some very good points that the Democrats don’t want to address. His article points out why that may be. On another note, hasn’t Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ever heard of mail in ballots? LOL
· In case you’re wondering... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, May 10, 2021
· Okay, so how did Elon do on SNL. OK, but he’s better off changing the world than trying to do comedy, especially with the second-rate writers and hack cast than SNL has these days. It’s been about 20 years since I’ve been a watcher and I’ll go back to my avoidance. Oh for the days of Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, John Belushi, Chevy Chase, Gilda Radner and Jane Curtin. There has to be some talent out there somewhere, although with the current crop of writers the show has, they’d have a tough time showing it. Even the Robinhood crowd was disappointed, as they hoped Elon’s appearance might push Dogecoin to parity with the dollar. It wasn’t to be.
In The News for Friday, May 7, 2021
· So where is Lord Nelson when you need him? Are we getting ready for the second Battle of Trafalger? The English and French navies are threatening each other[JW1] in the English Channel over fishing.
In The News for Thursday, May 6, 2021
· Is something fishy going on with the Census Bureau revisions under the Biden administration. When the revisions are always in one direction, it has a tendency to set off alarm bells.
In The News for Wednesday, May 5, 2021
In The News for Tuesday, May 4, 2021
In The News for Monday, May 3, 2021
· The Week in Pictures: Narcolepsy Edition
· I posted my survey of the streaming results of Biden’s talk on Friday. If you listened to these sycophants you wouldn’t have any idea that that the views of those watching were overwhelmingly negative for Biden and overwhelmingly positive to Sen. Scott’s rebuttal. This fawning adulation is what these nincompoops think is journalism.
In The News for Friday, April 30, 2021
· As is often the case, the folks at Powerline had one of the best reviews of Joe Biden’s rambling, bloviating mess of an address to Congress.
· Biden says that White Supremacists have replaced Jihadists as the “most lethal terrorist threat” to U.S. I guess he forgot he had already called Coal and High Fructose Corn Syrup our biggest threats. Anyone ever met a white supremacist?
In The News for Thursday, April 29, 2021
· My review of the President’s address to Congress: Painful. A cliché ridden, boring hour of nonsense. The TV camera caught Ted Cruz apparently dozing off. He couldn’t be blamed if he was, but as one commentator remarked, he was probably praying. We all should. He actually said that the Jan. 6 demonstration was “the worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.” Really? What a complete fraud. Here is someone else’s take. An Unmitigated Embarrassment.
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In The News for Wednesday, April 28, 2021
· Tennessee joins Texas and Florida in going sane. Gov. Bill Lee ends COVID-19 restrictions in Tennessee. Tennessee never had a statewide mask mandate.
· “This is the last question I’ll take, and I’m really going to be in trouble.” Our Commander-In-Chief hightails it away from reporters. No telling what those miscreants might ask.
In The News for Tuesday, April 27, 2021
On the eve of the Chauvin trial the City of Minneapolis gave a $27 million settlement to the family of George Floyd – a career criminal and dangerous drug addict. The alleged crime was the wrongful death of Floyd. The settlement was made in advance of the evidence and of the trial. It was a blatant effort to put the authorities and taxpayers of Minneapolis in the camp of the... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, April 26, 2021
In The News for Friday, April 23, 2021
In The News for Thursday, April 22, 2021
· A Personal Note On Walter Mondale. Some personal thoughts from Scott Johnson of Powerline who served as an intern for Mondale. A liberal from another era.
· Stein’s Law: If something cannot go on forever, it will stop. Herbert Stein promulgate his Stein’s Law in 1986 in analyzing economic trends such as rising U.S. Federal debt as a percentage of GDP. A good current example may be Illinois’ unfunded pension debt. It has gone from 4% of the state’s budget in... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, April 21, 2021
· Stephen Kruiser: “I’ve Known Maxine Waters Is Evil for a Very Long Time.” That one isn’t even in dispute by anyone with a brain.
· Looking for a company to support? Try Home Depot. They have refused to join the Woke corporate elite and are coming under pressure for it. A
In The News for Tuesday, April 20, 2021
· Sean McMeekin has written a new book, Stalin’s War: A New History of World War II. It looks to shed new light on some of the things that happened in WWII that were not possible to investigate until the Russian files were opened. Here is a synopsis in the author’s words. It casts a lot of things in a new light.
In The News for Monday, April 18, 2021
· Apparently, the media’s strenuous attempts to silence this story haven’t succeeded. 85% of Republicans and 65% of Democrats and Independents want Hunter Biden investigated.
· It is important to be honest about what today’s media actually are. They are Democrat propagandists and should be treated as such.
In The News Weekend Edition April 17, 2021
In The News for Friday, March 16, 2021
· I had the Moderna vaccine so maybe I’m done. I’m sure the jury is still out. The CEO of Pfizer said yesterday that those who had the Pfizer vaccine might need a third shot within 12 months and possibly annually.
In The News for Thursday, April 15, 2021
· Things just got a little tighter in the House for Nancy Pelosi. The Democrats’ margin is now 6 after Julia Lethow (R-LA) was seated.
· A profile of Coinbase’s anti-woke CEO, Brian Armstrong.
· Nancy Pelosi’s husband
In The News for Wednesday, April 14, 2021
· In case you missed this, it is a must see for anyone who watches CNN. I expect it to be taken down and am surprised it hasn’t been. More. They were caught about as red-handed as you could get caught admitting that they are a Democratic propaganda outlet. Here is Powerline’s take. Today’s Least Surprising Story. Look for more releases today.
In The News for Tuesday, April 13, 2021
· Virtue Signaling from the U.S. Navy. They put a mask on the eagle. As the old saying goes…The difference between the Armed Services and the Boy Scouts is that the Boy Scouts have adult leaders and get to carry knives.
· More COVID madness. People fleeing a volcanic eruption can’t board vessels until vaccinated.
In The News for Monday, April 12, 2021
In The News for Friday, April 9, 2021
In The News for Thursday, April 8, 2021
· Tucker Carlson spent some time talking about United Airlines ridiculous statement issued the other day. It is worth listening to. Personally, all I care about is having a pilot that gets me back on the ground safely. I could care less about the gender or skin color of the captain.
· 75% of likely U.S. voters favor photo identification such nas a driver’s license to vote. This is a losing issue for Democrats. 73% of black voters... [Read More]
In The News For Wednesday, April 7, 2021
· Breaking. It must absolutely kill them to have to admit Trump was right. DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says the Biden administration may restart construction on the Wall to fill any “gaps” in the current barrier. Look forward to Jan Psaki handling that question at the next press briefing.
In The News for Tuesday, April 6, 2021
· From the DOD web site. Unbelievable!
· Trump calls for boycott of Woke enterprises. “I hope millions of conservatives will heed Trump’s call and, to the extent feasible, boycott every enterprise that sides with the left. If only the left flexes its economic muscle, we will lose the culture and political wars in a rout.” Read More]
In The News for Monday, April 5, 2021
In The New For Thursday, April 1, 2021
· Yesterday was the 40th anniversary of the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan. Powerline had a fascinating post of the event and its aftermath.
In The News for Wednesday, March 31, 2021
· The Washington Post, you read that right, The Washington Post has awarded President Biden Four Pinocchios (the max) for his lies about the Georgia law on voting. His handlers apparently believe they can put anything on the teleprompter and Joe will read it, which appears to be true. Unfortunately for them they misjudged the WAPO’s willingness to back up their lies. In case you had any doubt that the Georgia legislature was on the right track with their new Voter Integrity Law, all doubt has been removed as it was blasted by aging Hollywood nincompoop, Cher.
In The News for Tuesday, March 30, 2021
· If this is true, and there is no reason to believe it isn’t based on Nancy Pelosi’s letter to her Democrat colleagues, it ought to be front page news everywhere. Her actions are perilously close to treason.
· The Hedge Fund causing all the problems is Archegos Capital Management, run under a family office for a former analyst at Tiger Management, Bill Hwang. Unlike other classics hedge funds, those set up a family offices were granted... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, March 29, 2021
· I like to start the day with a smile, do the first thing I check on Saturday mornings is Powerline’s Week in Pictures. Sometimes they just nail it.
· If you are interested, and you should be, in what is happening at our border, you owe it to yourself to watch this 6 minute presentation using data from the World Bank and U.S. Census Bureau. I encourage you to watch the whole thing and then see... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, March 26, 2021
· Well, we Joe finally held a press conference, bizarre as it was. Apparently he had most, if not all, of the questions in advance and a briefing book prepared from which he read. Here is one take from John Hinderaker, who wasn’t willing to spend an hour out of his life that he could never get back. He summarized some of the reviews. I did watch it, and some blatant lies went totally unchallenged by his adoring press. Real-time social media ripped his halting performance.
In The News for Thursday, March 25, 2021
· From Bank of America: The futility of trying to time the market. There are other studies that show the same thing.
· UFO’s break the U.S.’s current understanding of the laws of physics according to Luis Elizondo, the former UFO program chief at the Pentagon. The conclusion is that they are not only “real” but the information surrounding them is “compelling.”
In The News for Wednesday, March 24, 2021
· An excellent article about the woes of the woke media. Woke Media Becomes Broke Media. Freddie DeBoer, a card-carrying member of the far left media had a very on point take.
In the span of a decade or so, essentially all professional media not explicitly branded as conservative has been taken over by a school of politics that emerged from humanities departments at elite universities and began colonizing the college educated through social media. Those politics are obscure, they are confusing, they are socially and culturally extreme, they are expressed in a bizarre vocabulary, they are deeply... [Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, March 23, 2021
· When even your media adjuncts turn on you, you know you have a problem. The New York Times and the Washington Post have finally realized there is a major crisis taking place at our Southern border. Democrats are facing a tough situation without any good options as their lies are finally being exposed by someone other than Fox News. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is still doing her best Baghdad Bob impersonation. Rather than face the music, the White House called a lid. That seems to be their usual response.
In The News for Monday, March 22, 2021
· Judge Silberman’s Dissent. A huge dose of good advice from a respected jurist. Well worth reading. It’s gotten a lot of press in the last week.
· As I’ve tried to point out, when the military becomes a target if ridicule, it is not good. Babylon Bee: Instead Of Traditional Warfare, Chinese Military Will Now Be Trained To Shout Wrong Pronouns At American Troops.
In The News for Friday, March 19, 2021
· Twelve Republicans in the House show some backbone. My Rep., Chuck Fleischmann, was not one of them and I wrote him to express my wish that he would step up and begin to fight the hijacking of our government instead of trying to keep his head down. Those Representatives who don’t stand up are likely to face challenges in the 2022 primaries. Deservedly so.
In The News for Thursday, March 18, 2021
In The News for Wednesday, March 17, 2021
· Given an opportunity, there is nothing liberals won’t try screw up. They want to ban fireworks at the annual Fourth of July celebration at Mt. Rushmore. My guess is that Kristi Noem won’t stand for it.
· Let’s hope the Democrats ignore what voters are telling them. It will come back to bite them where the sun doesn’t shine.
In The News for Tuesday, March 16m 2021
In The News for Monday, March 15, 2021
· Pelosi! Tear Down This Wall! Every single Republican in the House and Senate should be chanting this 24/7. I’ve seen it in person and I can’t believe this is happening in our country.
· I’ve faced some serious dilemmas before, but nothing like this.
In The News-Weekend Edition-Saturday, March 13, 2021
· Scott Johnson does a very good job expressing my thoughts on the speech Thursday by our refugee from Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. “Go to hell, you blithering phony.” Scott is usually a bit more diplomatic. Like a lot of us, I suspect he has reached the end of his tether. This article appeared in the Telegraph in Great Britain. “But He Hasn’t Got Anything On.” So far the U.S. media is pretending he has clothes on.
In The News for Friday, March 12, 2021
· Glenn Reynolds in the New York Post. To defeat woke tyrants, the rest of us must treat them like the monsters they are. True.
In The News for Thursday, March 11, 2021
· So if you suggest malfeasance you’re a conspiracy theorist. Twenty-eight states changed voting rules to boost mail-in ballots.
· Much, if not most, of the government’s response to COVID-19 has had little or negative effect on the public. Your government at work. This shouldn’t be news if you are a regular reader.
In The News for Wednesday, March 10, 2021
· I certainly hope this is true. A Political Nuclear Explosion Is Coming. Remember the famous quote from Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, “I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.”
· China carries out giant Microsoft hack. Not to worry, I’m sure Joe is on it. Joe? Joe? Someone wake Joe up. We’re not dealing with a case of ‘The Emperor Has No Clothes.’ We’re dealing with... [Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, March 9, 2021
· Want a really good scare? If Rick Grennell is anywhere near right, we are in serious trouble. He told Newsmax TV that ‘President Susan Rice’ is in charge.
· As I’ve said on numerous occasions, the best way to combat the insanity of the left is ridicule 24/7. Is there a better candidate than Eric Swalwell?
In The News for Monday, March 8, 2021
· The Senate passed the mislabeled COVID Relief Bill, which they are calling the “American Rescue Plan.” The gentleman from Madame Tussaud’s, leader of the free world, came out of hiding to briefly struggle explaining what it was all about. He actually said the bill “will cut child poverty in half.” What have we done? Après Pelosi, Le Deluge.
Today’s vote apparently signals the Democrats’ adoption of “Modern Monetary Theory,” which, as best I can make it out, holds that printing money creates... [Read More]
Comment on Trip to Washington, D.C. - Friday, Mar. 5, 2021
· Just how ludicrous are things in Washington, D.C.? Here’s a good take from Tucker Carlson. Watch the whole 13 minutes. The first thing you notice walking around D.C. is that everyone, and I mean everyone, is wearing masks. Walking outside, bicycling, tossing a football…they are all masked. I actually had a “Karen” call me out on the National Mall for being unmasked, and I wasn’t within 40 yards of another person. I “politely” told her she needed a life. Sometimes hand signals are useful when you’re too far away for voice communications.
The Smithsonian Museums are closed, so you’re pretty much... [Read More]
In The News-Weekend Edition, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021
· Move over Hydroxychloroquine. 105-year old beats COVID. She credits old arthritis cure, Gin Soaked Raisins.
· As someone said the other day, “Don’t make fun of the South when it snows. It’s rare. Sort of like a Northern school winning a National Football Championship.” LOL.
In The News for Friday, February 26, 2021
· Wonder if Gov. Cuomo is a believer in ‘what’s good for the goose is good for the gander’? He once insisted that Kavanaugh take a lie detector test. We’ll be waiting…
· What I’ve been saying. It’s Time to Start Being Optimistic. Vaccinations are up, cases are down, and the economy is primed to boom. Got my first dose of the Moderna vaccine on Wednesday. Second dose due 28 days later. So far... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, February 25, 2021
· You think maybe the Democrats know something the rest of us figured out some time ago? Why Are House Dems Calling On Biden To Give Up Full Control Of Nuclear Weapons? How embarrassing. A letter signed by 36 members of the Democrat House caucus. His ‘mentis’ is too ‘non compos’ to trust with the football.
· Some sanity from the Judicial branch. Judge blocks enforcement of Biden’s moratorium on most deportations.
In The News for Wednesday, February 24, 2021
· Death to Me! David Mikics, the John and Rebecca Moores Professor of English at the University of Houston has written one of the best articles I’ve read on our ridiculously woke cancel culture. It is fitting that the New York Times, which was a Stalin apologist for years, is the subject of the article. I encourage you to read this and, if you haven’t seen it, to watch the movie The Death of Stalin. It is on Netflix.
In The News for Tuesday, February 23, 2021
· The Campaign Motto that fits best. “I’ve Got Half A Mind To Be President.” The gentleman from Madame Tussauds doesn’t appear to be firing on all cylinders.
· From Emmy Award winner who Slow Joe called the “gold standard” of dealing with COVID-19 to a potential subject of impeachment. New York lawmakers ‘inching’ toward a bipartisan impeachment probe of Gov. Cuomo.
In The News for Monday, February 22, 2021
· I’ll be in Washington, D.C. next week on a working vacation. Looking forward to seeing all the fences and razor wire Nancy Pelosi has erected. This ridiculousness needs to be brought to an end, but I somehow doubt we have a President willing to step up see it done.
In The News for Friday, February 19, 2021
In The News for Thursday, February 18, 2021
· Rush Limbaugh, R.I.P. He was in a class by himself and he dominated his profession for a lot of years. His studio used to be on the first floor below our Palm Beach office when I was with Morgan Keegan. As you walked up the sidewalk to enter the building, you could usually smell cigar smoke since he often kept his windows open. Mark Steyn had a beautiful obituary. His comments on Rush’s humor are particularly fun. Here are 20 of his greatest quotes. #14: A Bigot is a person who wins an argument with a liberal.
In The News for Wednesday, February 17, 2021
In The News for Tuesday, February 16, 2021
· For good or bad, the Democrats have put impeachment on the table as a political strategy. The question is whether they will be on the receiving end if the Republicans sweep the House and Senate in 2022. It’s a fair argument that using Executive Orders to repeal Immigration Law is an impeachable offense. We’ll see what develops. I’m guessing we’ll see this film clip a lot over the next few years.
· Right at the end of... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, February 12, 2021
· How dumb are reporters? You don’t have to answer that. I think we all have a pretty good idea. Andrea Mitchell, whose only apparent claim to fame is being married to Alan Greenspan, made the mistake of trying to go head-to-head with Ted Cruz, her intellectual superior by a country mile. Equally funny, Jennifer Rubin stepped in for the high five and instead stepped on a rake. These are our intellectual betters, folks. They are nothing more than political operatives with a byline.
In The News for Thursday, February 11, 2021
· Maybe it is about time for the Climatistas to “follow the science.” Not very likely as they are too invested in the narrative and not likely to admit their perfidy. Climate “Crisis” Update.
· Biden has created a crisis at our Southern border. Polls show Americans are overwhelmingly in favor of stronger border controls, but it is playing to deaf ears. States need to continue taking the administration to court as Texas has... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, February 10, 2021
· Joe Biden puts the interests of illegal immigrants ahead of the interests of Americans. Joe Biden creates a crisis at the border. Every state needs to sue for injunctive relief. I know you must find it comforting to know that illegals convicted of crimescy will not be prioritized for deportation. They should be prioritized for jail, no bond, and then upon completion of their sentence placed in a circus cannon and shot over the Rio Grande.
In The News for Tuesday, February 9, 2021
· This just in. Tampa Bay stripped of Super Bown title after 50 uncounted points found overnight at the stadium. In other news a post game drug test showed Tom Brady may have had performance enhancing Metamucil in his bloodstream. In other news, the NFL’s experiment with their first female referee didn’t go as expected.
· Speaking of the Super Bowl…Were those the worst set of ads you ever saw? I thing the Babylon Bee... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, February 8, 2021
· Democrats seem to think that the worm will never turn. They may be shocked when it happens. Marjorie Taylor Greene might have benefitted from the Democrat’s efforts to cancel her. Tom Cotton puts it in perspective.
· From Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit: Hilarious!
STUPID CHINESE. DON’T THEY KNOW THAT... [Read More]
In The News-Weekend Edition-Sat. Feb. 6, 2021
· I’ve said this all along as you know if you are a regular reader. A new paper from the Bureau of Economic Research found that “enforcement of mandatory restrictions appears to have driven the collapse of sales in California.”
The Best of Powerline's Week in Pictures for Sat., Feb. 6, 2021
Pretty sure this isn't a meme
Of course it would
If it weren't for double standards, the left would have no standards at all.
Just scratching the surface
Or Gov. Noem
Finally, a plan to beat the Russians
I have to admit it's been fun to watch
In The News for Friday, February 5, 2021
· Freshman Congresswoman Lauren Boebert is 5 feet of pistol packing kickass. Ilhan might have chosen the wrong person to mess with.
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In The News for Tuesday, February 1, 2021
· “Critical Race Theory is a set of poisonous, racist, anti-American set of doctrines…” But it may not be questioned by the current administration. It is a total scam.
In The News for Monday, February 1, 2021
· A long piece, but one which should be read in its entirety, on the Tsunami of Hate that we are dealing with and just how bad it is.
· Special Gamestop Edition of The Week in Pictures. Billy Ray Valentine and Louis Winthrope III. LOL. Looking good, Billy Ray. Feeling good, Louis. Wall Street Bets, the subreddit message board that got all this started now has over 1 billion members. That’s a lot of potential buying power and... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, January 29, 2021
· Wall Street has a history of screwing successful short squeezes. The last time anyone cornered the market was in 1922 when Clarence Saunders, the founder of Piggly Wiggly, cornered the market in his stock. The governors of the stock exchange then changed the rules and gave the shorts extra time to deliver the share of cover their shorts, effectively saving them. Robinhood’s explanation of their trading halt made sense. They probably should have been more transparent in their explanation originally and they wouldn’t have been lambasted on social media to the extent they were. At least is brough some “unity” to Congress as Ted Cruz and AOC found some common ground. That was before... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, January 28, 2021
· In case you disagree with Joe Biden’s Transgender Policy, Facebook will ban you for “incitement.” Don’t have to worry about that. Facebook has been removed from all my devices and my account terminated.