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In The News for Tuesday, December 1, 2020
· “The Smartest Man in the Room” is on Sidney Powell’s team. Navid Keshavarz is one of the weightiest names in the world when it comes to cyber-security problems. He has done work in the past for DIA, CIA, NSA, DHS office of Intelligence & Analysis[JW1] and M.I.T. With the New York Times touting Dr. Kfeshavarz-Nia’s brilliance and his ability to sniff out fraud, they’ll struggle to claim he’s not a reliable expert. The more data experts see, the more the legitimacy of Biden’s victory is in doubt.
In The News for Monday, November 30, 2020
· Reasons why the 2020 Presidential Election are deeply puzzling. For those of you who haven’t read or don’t want to read some of the more involved pieces that I’ve linked to, this is a very good, concise look at what we saw on election night and why we should be conderned.
· A touching and personal message from Gen. Flynn to all his supporters. It is worth reading this message from a true patriot.
In The News for Friday, November 27, 2020
· The most compelling, definitive and complete rundown of The Steal, yet. It is long and thorough and requires a close read by someone not a statistician or mathematician. The conclusion is that it indicated fraud accounted for a swing of 42 Electoral votes. Someone needs to go to jail for a long time. From The Voter Integrity Project. I get the distinct feeling that no one is quite ready to roll over and move on. Good. Here is a good compendium of stories on the subject.
In The News for Wednesday, November 25, 2020
· The Dow Industrials hit 30,000 yesterday, a prediction I made in April 2009 at a speech I gave to the Birmingham, Alabama Security Dealers Association. To say that my call was met with gaping stares of disbelief and a few giggles would be an understatement. You’ll recall that this was just one month following the low in the 2008-2009 bear market which had undercut the 2000-2003 bear market lows. It wasn’t a number I pulled out of thin air, but a result of studying what had happened historically following similar downturns in our economy and the financial markets. I was off a few months in my timing, as I expected it to happen over the following ten years, but that’s... [Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, November 2, 2020
In The News for Monday, November 23, 2020
· If you are not quite ready to accept the results of an unquestionably corrupt election and just “move on” as the Democrats and RINOs are urging, you might find Ammo Grrrll’s comments to your liking. I think she expresses the attitude of about 73-80 million people.
In The News for Friday, November 20, 2020
· WOW! I listened to the whole press conference given by Rudy Guiliani and Sidney Powell. It lasted over an hour and every American should watch it. They laid out a convincing case for massive voter fraud and a path to victory for President Trump, as well as thoroughly eviscerating the media. Nine key points from the press conference. Another synopsis for those who can’t watch the whole thing.
· Attorney... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, November 19, 2020
· And the hits just keep on coming. Third Georgia County finds memory stick with uncounted votes. Think maybe there needs to be an audited recount? In Dekalb County a simple math error? Here is a statistical anomaly that defies belief. Read and make up your own mind.
· The Babylon Bee weighs in on student loans. Hard-Working Plumber Looking Forward To Paying For His Neighbor’s Gender Studies Degree.
In The News for Wednesday, November 18, 2020
· This is simply an incredible development if it is proved. I ran across it last night on one of the sites I regularly check for breaking news but haven’t seen it confirmed anywhere else, yet. It alleges that a Dominion software engineer told Antifa he’d made sure’ Trump wouldn’t win. It would certainly help explain some of the “baffling” statistical anomalies.
In The News for Tuesday, November 17, 2020
· An update on Sidney Powell efforts to invalidate the election results caused by problems with Dominion voting systems and SmartMatic software. She is convinced that she has the evidence, and she is a formidable advocate for the President. You should really Watch the interview. If you are getting your news from the mainstream media and the major networks, you might be forgiven for thinking that it’s over and time to move on. About 73 million Americans don’t agree.
In The News for Monday, November 16, 2020
· The Week in Pictures. Some outstanding memes.
· It’s early Saturday morning and people are already gathering for the Million MAGA March in Washington, D.C. Also participating is Women for America First and Stop the Steal DC. Trump supporters gave the mainstream media a lesson in what a peaceful protest actually is. It was massive. Of course, the forces of evil had to make an appearance. They should fill the jails... [Read More]
In The News for Saturday, November 14, 2020
· “Never Bet Against Me.” Trump makes first post-election comments, lays out path to victory. Sidney Powell is convinced that Trump won in a landslide. She says she is going to release the Kraken.
· A simple question was asked of people who have actually worked in the fields of auditing/stats/fraud/investigations/or other data analysis type fields. In your entire career, have you ever seen a case that threw up this many red flags that DID NOT turn... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, November 13, 2020
· A Pennsylvania judge has ruled that late PA ballots should not be counted – Secretary of State ‘lacked constitutional authority’ to override election law. Case likely to now wind up in Supreme Court. Here is some food for thought if you think this thing is settled. Not by a long shot.
· Dominion Voting Systems is coming under more and more scrutiny and it appears there are serious flaws being uncovered. As... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, November 12, 2020
In The News for Wednesday, November 11, 2020
· The Status of High Stakes Election Continues to Be Unclear. A very good article by Michael Walsh. I posted an article from this blog a few days ago. Here is an update on the red flags. And a very good article on the four glaring statistical anomalies. You don’t have to be a mathematician or statistician to realize that there are some very fishy stats out there.
· I mentioned the migration to
In The News for Tuesday, November 10, 2020
· “They Lie, They Lie, They Lie. And Then They Lie.” Millie Hemingway on the media. They are in full suppress the news mode right now as evidence of voter fraud mounts. Facebook and Twitter have given up any pretense of being neutral, which they never were.
· Laurence Jarvik: Why I believe Trump won. “If one looks at previous crises faced by the Trump Administration, a pattern emerges – initial media reports are eventually exposed as false,... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, November 9, 2020
· The media has been itching to declare the election over and did so on Saturday. The states have yet to ratify the results and there are numerous lawsuits being filed and mandatory recounts being done. The possibility of massive voter fraud exists and Facebook and Twitter are no longer even paying lip service to being neutral. It may be too much to hope for that we’ll see votes reversed in some of the most egregious offenders, but it should nevertheless be fought tooth and nail. Our country has always accepted the outcomes of fair elections. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. You aren’t happy about it, but that’s the way a Democratic Republic works. President Trump’s... [Read More]
In The News for Saturday, November 7, 2020
· Quote for today: It’s not the people who vote that count, it’s the people who count the votes.
· More evidence of problems in Michigan. Obviously, this needs to be audited down to the last vote. 47 Counties used software that “mistakenly” diverted votes from Republicans to Democrats. It was discovered in Antrim County and resulted in the county switching from a Biden victory by 3,000 votes to a Trump victory by 2,500 votes. The Michigan attorney general has asked citizens... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, November 6, 2020
· You can be sure a unified media will shortly begin the same talking points that this needs to end for “the good of the country.” The “good of the country” will be best served if the American electorate has confidence in the outcome of the election, one that appears to have experienced massive voter fraud. We’d all like to see this finished and get on with our lives. I feel the same way, but I also think it’s time to put a stop to what has been going on for years and it’s time to fight. We don’t need what happened in Minnesota when Al Franken was elected to take place on a national... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, November 5, 2020
· There is something fishy going on in Wisconsin. Very fishy. The Trump campaign has challenged the vote and there will be a recount. Never in history has Wisconsin had an 88% turnout, with a huge batch of almost totally Biden votes showing up in the middle of the night. I encourage you to read this piece from John Hinderaker.
· It’s hard not to be dispirited when you feel so strongly about something and were obviously wrong. Voting is a privilege and should require some modicum of effort on our part. Mailing out millions of ballots to people who would likely not have voted much less to others who were dead or no longer residents at the addresses the ballots were mailed to was something obviously prone to invite fraud. Our politicians owe... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, November 4, 2020
· My Thoughts on the Election:
The in-person vote seemed to heavily favor President Trump in areas where that was expected. Unfortunately, it wasn’t heavy enough to rule out the possibility of the mail-in vote being the determining factor, and that raises the possibility of chicanery in areas that are known for it. The failure of some states to complete their counts is inexcusable. You have one job and four years to prepare. Pathetic. Clearly the lawyers will be busy. We should get Wisconsin and Michigan later today. If Trumps takes them and his lead holds in Georgia and North... [Read More]
In The News for November 3, 2020 - Election Day
· VOTE! If you didn’t vote early or by mail, whatever you do vote today. I’m expecting legal challenges to surround the mail in balloting, but I’m hoping that the in-person voting will be so overwhelming for one candidate that it will make the challenges moot. We’ll see. I think we will have a good feel by late tonight. I’m expecting a landslide based on the anecdotal evidence I’m seeing, and if you’re a regular reader you know who I think the landslide will favor. We’ll see what the evening brings. Whether you are a Biden or Trump supporter, you have to be a bit nervous. The Polls either have Biden well out in front or winning a close race. You... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, November 2, 2020
· This is what is called kicking ass and taking names. No U.S. casualties. Seal Team Six rescues American hostage in Nigeria in daring raid.
· Worth reading as you head out to vote tomorrow. Thought From The Ammo Line. Quote: For 47 years, Joe Biden has been chowing down at the public trough like a chubby lady at Golden Corral the day before... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, October 30, 2020
· As the media flogs the narrative of increasing COVID-19 cases, which are a result of vastly increased testing, you might want to dig a little deeper into the data. Death rates have dropped for seriously ill patients.
· I mentioned the head-to-head rallies in Tampa, FL with both President Trump and Joe Biden appearing at the same time. Wonder who generated the most enthusiasm? You be the judge. Biden had a “drive in”... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, October 29, 2020
· The President and Joe Biden are holding dueling rallies in Tampa, FL today. It ought to be an interesting comparison.
· This is the depths to which our mainstream media outlets have sunk. ‘Lapdog Press’ blacks out explosive Tony Bobulinski claims as CNN, MSNBC, NYT, WaPo skip story. What would be the most dominant story in the press if it involved a Republican is being smothered by the mainstream media. Indications are that the story is getting... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, October 28, 2020
In The News for Tuesday, October 27, 2020
· As easy as ACB? Judge Amy Coney Barrett just became a new Supreme Court Justice at 8 PM last night on a 52/48 vote. That make three appointments to the court for President Trump and there could be more to come in his next term. Perhaps the best quote: From Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana – “We’re going to confirm Judge Barrett. And Senator Schumer needs to fill out a hurt feelings report and let’s move on.” Just to rub it in, she was sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas at the White House.
In The News for Monday, October 26, 2020
· A little blast from the past that might be timely to remember. In August 2019, Politico magazine did a big feature on Biden, Inc. James Biden – “We’ve got people all around the world who want to invest... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, October 23, 2020
· Paul Tudor Jones, the billionaire investor, was on CNBC Thursday morning predicting a Biden victory and a Blue Wave. Andrew Sorkin, of course, loved it. Paul is a very smart guy but is also the epitome of the groupthink coming from the New York investment community who got it dead wrong last time. We’ll see. If he’s right, our world will change. I think he’s dead wrong, and we’ll find out in a few weeks. If so, I hope they have him back on to explain what happened. I might point out that Paul was a Hillary backer in 2016.
In The News for Thursday, October 22, 2020
· The Biden Protection Racket. Never before have the media been so openly fearful of asking or reporting something that might hurt a presidential candidate-Glenn Reynolds. This is a news blackout like I’ve never seen. It is nakedly partisan behavior by the mainstream media. Not one second of coverage by the major networks.
· Tonight’s presidential debate ought to be interesting. The partisan debate commission is apparently trying to make some subjects off limits. Good luck with that. Don’t know what to... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, October 21, 2020
· I’m absolutely stunned how many people are totally unaware of all the news that has come out in the last week about concerning the emails found on Hunter Biden’s laptop and the implications for Joe Biden’s candidacy. How can this be? Well, one reason is a near total blackout by the Mainstream Media. Unless you watch Fox News, you may be in the dark. Facebook and Twitter have been censoring it and the network news broadcasts are crickets. Imagine if you will what the coverage would be if instead of Hunter and Joe Biden it was about Don, Jr. and President Trump. It would be on 24/7. The lack of coverage of what looks like one of the biggest cases or... [Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, October 20, 2020
· Two posts worth reading. Speaking of Disinformation and Speaking of Disinformation (Cont.) You might also be interested in Rudy Giuliani’s comments and how he verified data from Hunter Biden’s hard drive. Now that his two partners have flipped on him, stuff is coming out every day. This isn’t going away, and at some point the media will be unable to ignore it any longer.
In The News for Monday, October 19, 2020
· Got any doubts about the veracity of the Hunter Biden hard drive or the information coming out? Read this.
· Behind the social-media blackout of Biden family corruption. I don’t think they will be able to ignore this one much longer. It is an elephant in the room that is stomping them flat and has not been denied by the Biden campaign. The press is unable to spin it since it is factual and it has them... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, October 16, 2020
· I’m beginning to wonder if Joe will make it to Nov. 3rd. The recent evidence that has emerged of corruption isn’t something pulled out of thin air like the Russia collusion nonsense they tried on Trump. It is emails taken directly from a laptop that belonged to Hunter Biden, which the FBI has sat on for over a year. This is going to be difficult to deny, although I’m sure the Biden campaign and their media acolytes will take their best shot. We may finally have something that even a complicit media can’t sweep under the rug. The New York Post had a follow-up article. There is a reference in the one of the... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, October 15, 2020
· Just how smoking does a gun have to be before some action is taken. Joe Biden went into hiding at 9 AM after this story broke. This doesn’t exactly jive with Joe Biden’s former claims of not discussing Hunter’s business. This story went viral because of Facebook and Twitter trying to censor it. Apparently there was more on the hard drive that we probably don’t need to see.
· Stephen Kruiser can be blunt, but... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, October 14, 2020
· I’ve finally found something I agree with Joe Biden on. The 56% of Americans who think they are better off than four years ago “probably shouldn’t vote for me.”[JW1] Sounds like he was filming a Trump ad.
· The Feds seem to be channeling Johnny Paycheck. Take This Fine And Shove It.
In The News for Tuesday, October 13, 2020
· American Bar Association give Amy Coney Barret their highest rating. Watched some of Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing. Heard some of the dumbest comments I’ve ever heard emanate from politicians’ mouths. These people are unbelievable. Sen. Coons (D-DE) played the religion card. Sen. Danang Dick Blumenthal (D-CT) was his usual disgusting self and Sen. Klobuchar (D-MN) flat out lied. Thankfully, Sen. Hawley (R[JW1] -MO) and Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) pretty much eviscerated them. There wasn’t a single substantive argument made against her. It was all political posturing.
In The News for Monday, October 12, 2020
· Wayne Allen Root got it right in 2016 based on his gut instinct and anecdotal evidence like the Taxi poll. He is convinced, as am I, that we could be looking at a landslide in less than a month. Here are his reasons.
In The News for Friday, October 9, 2020
· This outstanding video has gone viral, much to the surprise of the young lady who posted it on her Facebook page. She is a former liberal Democrat who has embraced the #walkaway movement. She is a resident of Los Angeles and her parting comment is “I would LOVE to get out of LA! Holy moly I think about it every day! My dream is to meet a SENSIBLE guy and hightail it to Texas. Yeehaw!” If I were a bachelor and a much younger man, I would reach out to her. I hope my Texas son reads this.
· You’d think it possible to find a competent, unbiased debate moderator. This one actually wrote a book that was a peon to Nancy Pelosi. The two vice-presidential candidates offered a pretty clear dichotomy. If you have trouble figuring out which one might be most able to step in if necessary, I don’t think you’re paying attention. By the way, someone lied about the little story told about Abe Lincoln. The post debate polls were pretty consistent. I listened to the various panels of talking heads giving their take and wondered if they had watched the same debate I did.
In The News for Wednesday, October 7, 2020
· DNI declassifies Brannan notes, CIA memo on Hillary Clinton ‘stirring up’ scandal between Trump, Russia. They were done after briefing President Obama. In related news, Stephan Halper has been subpoenaed to appear before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. Later, yesterday evening, it was announced that the President was declassifying all documents related to Russia Collusion and the Hillary Clinton email probe with no redactions. I suspect there are some very moist diapers in Washington, D.C. It is worth noting that former President Barrack Obama has remained silent as this has unfolded over the past four years despite the fact that he knew beyond the shadow of a doubt that it was all bunk.... [Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, October 6, 2020
· The Rescue of Roger Locher. This will make you proud to be an American. A great story!
· The President has been discharged from Walter Reed Hospital much to the chagrin of the Democrats who didn’t even try to hide their disappointment and who want the public to have a grossly exaggerated idea of the lethality of the Wuhan virus. Trump’s Tweet bears repeating, “…Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don’t let it dominate your life. We have developed,... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, October 5, 2020
· The big news that the President and First Lady had tested positive for the Wuhan Virus dominated the airwaves. As expected, some of the comments from the TDS sufferers were what you’d expect like this one from former Obama White House staffer and Hillary spokeswoman Zara Rahim. Typically classy response. Disgusting. I watched yesterday’s press conference with the doctors, and they indicated that the President could be sent home within the next few days. The press was aptly called by one observer “a pack of hyenas.” That was my opinion from watching it. In an industry full of loons, Gabriel Sherman of The Atlantic takes the cake for looniest of the loons. We’ll end with... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, October 2, 2020
· Further comment on Comey’s testimony from Powerline. Dirtiest Cop Testifies. Comey isn’t exactly ‘the buck ends here’ kind of guy and would certainly never have made it as a ship’s Captain in the Navy.
· Several Fox News personalities had critical comments about their colleague Chris Wallace’s performance as moderator of the presidential debate. Powerline also had some comments worth reading. Today’s offering from the paper of record. Chris Wallace’s impartiality questioned due to his... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, October 1, 2020
· Watched the Comey testimony in front of the Judiciary Committee. Can’t imagine how this guy ever reached the point where anyone would have thought he was capable of being the head of the FBI. When Ted Cruz finally got hold of him he went into full Sgt. Schultz mode. I Know Nothing! He played dumb and didn’t remember a lot, even things that were addressed to him and that should have set off alarms. Not very believable.
· For some good comments on the debate I would refer you to two or three posts on Powerline. I... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, September 30, 2020
· Well, Round One of the Presidential Heavyweight Championship fight is over. It was a no holds barred WWF cage bout and both men missed the opportunity to focus in on opportunities and openings provided by their opponent. I expect no minds were changed. Chris Wallace was over his head and his bias was about as expected.
· Danang Dick Blumenthal was shown to be the hack he is by, of all people, Wolf Blitzer.
In The News for Tuesday, September 29, 2020
· Illegal ballot harvesting? It is definitely taking place. Here’s is incontrovertible proof. The DOJ needs to move quickly. It isn’t only Minnesota. Biden’s Texas Political Director has been implicated in a massive mail-in ballot harvesting scheme in Harris County.
· Was I prescient, or what? Trump nominated for third Nobel Peace Prize. Has this ever happened? I understand that the Mount Rushmore Foundation is quietly looking at resumes of noted sculptors. If you are a... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, September 28, 2020
· Potentially a major breakthrough in the treatment of Coronavirus. Florida doctors found a coronavirus cure that’s nearly 100% effective. It is designed to boost the immune system while preventing inflammation in the lungs. ICAM is an acronym for a combination of existing medications used simultaneously. It uses Immunosupport drugs (Vitamin C and Zinc), Corticosteroids against inflammation; Anticoagulants against blood clots and Macrolides to help fight infection.
In The News for Saturday, September 26, 2020
· And you thought it just couldn’t get any worse? Fooled you. This whole thing just keeps getting more unbelievable and treasonous with every new piece of information. It simply boggles the mind that after the Oval Office briefing, they all went out and purchased liability insurance. Rep. Jim Jordan is pressing the FBI and impeachment star George Kent apparently had more to tell a Senate committee when he was under oath and not being led by the execrable Adam Schiff. This whole mess is much worse than we even thought just a few weeks ago. People should be going to jail. It is way past disgraceful.
In The News for Friday, September 25, 2020
You need to read this. As I’ve pointed out, there
is a huge difference between Absentee Voting and All-Mail Voting. An absentee voter requests a ballot, that
ballot is mailed to him, he fills it out and mails it back to election
officials. All-mail voting, on the other hand, involves election officials
sending out unsolicited ballots to every registered voter. "The voter may
already be planning to vote in person, may have moved from the jurisdiction, or
may even be deceased," the report notes. Soon some states will be awash in
In The News for Thursday, September 24, 2020
· There seems to be a lot of frustration over how long it is taking Durham to wind up his investigation. Many of are hoping to see criminal indictments levied against the treasonous malefactors. My own take, and I hope I’m right, is that it may be like the old joke about the dog trainer who claimed he had a bird dog that could not only point Quail but tell you how many birds were in the covey. A prospective buyer took the dog out for a trial and sure enough the dog would go on point and them paw the ground indicating how many birds were in the covey. All was good until the dog went on point and then went... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, September 23, 2020
· Anyone noticing that the Trump recovery is doing much better than expected? I have and I suspect the media has, too, despite their unwillingness to cover it much. Larry Kudlow had some comments. Economy doesn’t need more stimulus for a V shaped recovery. Dr. Ed also had some comments along those lines.
· Wow! Talk about a lousy return policy.
In The News for Tuesday, September 22, 2020
· So much news over the last week that it’s tough to know where to start. Just when you think we’ve reached peak insanity, it turns out we’re not even close.
· Meme of the Week
In The News for Monday, September 14, 2020
In The News for Friday, September 11, 2020
In The News for Thursday, September 10, 2020
· Get ready for a major outbreak of TDS. A Norwegian official has nominated President Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize.
· I know we all have cognitive bias where we tend to believe things that support our own beliefs. Having said that, this confirms what I believe is unfolding. Election Prediction Model That Has Been Correct 25 Of The Last 27 Elections Says Trump Will Win In... [Read More]
In The News for Wednesday, September 9, 2020
· Contrast this with the picture of Joe Biden sitting in a lawn chair with four other people in a backyard.
· We’re fast approaching the point where even a compliant, totally in the tank press has to be wondering how long they can continue to flog the talking ponts spoon fed them by the campaign. Biden’s press conference over Labor Day was not impressiveRead More]
In The News for Tuesday, September 8, 2020
· It’s about time this scam was brought to an end. The President has issued an order that we won’t be spending any more money lining the pockets of those perpetuating it. There will be no more training in critical race theory or white privilege done by any federal agency or department. It is a huge shot across the bow of Political Correctness... [Read More]
In The News for Saturday, August 5, 2020
In The News for Friday, August 4, 2020
· Critical Race Theory and the War on Standards. Worth reading.
· Whenever Joe Biden’s handlers bring him up out of the basement, they hold their breath. This explains why. He had prepared responses to some of the canned questions and struggled to locate and recite them. He had trouble with even some basic facts. Watching this train wreck is absolutely insane, but obviously indicative of how weak the bench is.
In The News for Thursday, September 3, 2020
In The News for Wednesday, September 2, 2020
· An incredible article in Democratic Party web site Axios suggests that while President Trump may seem to have won by a huge margin on election night –“potentially in a landslide” – he could ultimately lose when all the votes are counted. The article is an explanation of voter fraud plans.
· Insanity Wrap #40. Joe hits the campaign trail, It hits back.
In The News for Tuesday, September 1, 2020
In The News for Monday, August 31, 2020
· Another good Week in Pictures.
· The CDC apparently released a report stating that only 6% of the deaths attributed to Covid list Covid as the sole cause. Some have seized on the report to claim that only 9000 have died from Covid. While this is misleading due to the fact that Pneumonia, for instance, can be Covid related, I think it raised the question as to how good some of the data is. There have been a lot... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, August 28, 2020
· Damn! I wouldn’t have believed the RNC could string together four in a row like they did. Without question it was a grand slam homer. I’m going on record as predicting an electoral college margin of 450 to 88. Great comment on the conventions from Buck Sexton: Gotta give the RNC credit: they didn’t just make last week look like the JV team- they spiked the football in the DNC’s end zone, did a back flip, then ran up into the stands to ask out the prom queen. LOL. And how about those fireworks behind the Washington Monument? Incredible! I think it’s safe to say the production values of... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, August 27 2020
· Another Home Run. Day 3 of the RNC was a continuation of Days 1 and 2. I’m guessing that there is some real panic setting in around the Biden campaign. I recommend watching it on C-Span to avoid having to listen to commentators telling you what you just saw for yourself. One thing that has been very interesting is the C-Span follow-up calls after the convention and the number of Democrats who have been calling in expressing their support for President Trump and their disappointment at what the Democratic Party has become.
In The News for Wednesday, August 26, 2020
· Perhaps the best speech at the RNC opening night was an immigrant, Maximo Alvarez. I highly recommend you listen to him if you missed it. Interestingly, and not surprisingly, the C-Span livestream of the RNC opening night drew nearly six times the number of viewers that the opening night of the DNC drew. I think there is a painfully obvious (for the Democrats) enthusiasm gap. Courtesy of Powerline, here are several clips of the best speeches. I’m wondering if the talking heads on CNN, MSNBC et.al. watched the same thing I did. Their talking points all seemed to include the word “dark.” What I saw was optimism and a celebration of American values. I... [Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, August 25, 2020
· If you watched the opening night of both the DNC and the RNC, I suspect you noticed a huge difference in the mood and the nature of the speeches. It was night and day, If you did, you should have a pretty good idea of what the choices are in November. Herschel Walker’s speech alone was outstanding. I personally think Sen. Tim Scott hit out of the park. It was a celebration of American values and a warning of what could be on the horizon.
In The News for Monday, August 24, 2020
· A good Week in Pictures from Powerline.
· If you are a regular reader, you know this has been my opinion from day one. More evidence that Shutdowns are Useless. The more data we get, the more it looks like Sweden and South Dakota got it right. New York and California not so much.
· Insanity Wrap #26. There is just no dearth of material.
· Stephen Kruiser thinks that Biden’s pick of Kamala Harris is an In-Kind Donation to Trump-Pence 2020. One thing she brings to the ticket may be baggage. Interestingly, candidates usually pick someone who will help them in a demographic where they need help. California was never in the toss-up column.
In The News for Wednesday, August 12, 2020
· In case you’re under the misapprehension that Black Lives Matter is any kind of a benign group, you are sadly mistaken. I recommend you read this. Anyone in the press that is carrying water for them has no credibility whatsoever. Any corporation that donates to them should be sued by shareholders and the management shown the door.
In The News for Tuesday, August 11, 2020
· From the journal Politics and the Life Sciences, we have social science research that better looking people trend conservative. Well, that’s hardly a surprise, is it? As Steven Hayward points out:
The implications of this are immense. First, conservatives should support subsidizing cosmetic surgery as one means to create more conservatives. Second, we can see this as yet another reason liberals demand that everyone wear masks, and why mask-wearing will become a permanent goal of the... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, August 10, 2020
· The President signed an Executive order over the weekend much to the chagrin of Nancy and Chuck, who have been neatly one-upped after they failed to agree on a compromise. As Paul Mirengoff of PowerLine opines, “…as a political matter, Trump’s move looks like a masterstroke. Since the days of FDR, the public has always seemed to approve of presidents who act to ameliorate suffering while Congress diddles.”
In The News-Weekend Edition-August 8, 2020
· This could get interesting. The Democrats might just have handed President Trump a big “W”. If his threat of executive action forces them to the table on his terms. It would be a big win.
· The economic news isn’t cooperating with the Democrats’ narrative. Third Quarter GDP will be reported in October and it could be the biggest quarterly increase in history coming right in front of the November election.
· I’ve gotten to be a fan of Chris Ciovacco’s commentaries on the market and his studies of historical market signals because his approach mirrors what has served me well for most of my career. He does a great job of compiling data and comparing it to... [Read More]
In The News for Friday, August 7, 2020
In The News for Thursday, August 6, 2020
· I’ve been anticipating this kind of reaction from normal people who have been pushed too far. I expect we’ll see more of this. Protesters in Seattle encounter armed locals not in the mood to host them.
· A new Gallup poll shows that 61% of black citizens do not want the police to cut back in their neighborhoods and 20% want even more of a presence.
In The News for Wednesday, August 5, 2020
· Minneapolis residents told to obey criminals and “prepare to be robbed.” Simply an incredible response from a totally feckless government. If the voters don’t throw them out en masse, I have no sympathy for them. Let them wallow in the fetid mess they have created by their voting patterns.
· Well, we kind of knew this was... [Read More]
In The News for Tuesday, August 4 2020
· Quote of the Month courtesy of Mark Twain:
Do not fear the enemy, for your enemy can only take your life. It is far better that you fear the media, for they will steal your HONOR. That awful power, the public opinion of a nation, is created in America by a horde of ignorant, self-complacent simpletons who failed at ditching and shoemaking and fetched up in journalism on their way to the poorhouse.
In The News for Monday, August 3, 2020
· A long and very good read. The Captive Mind and America’s Resegregation. WSJ Opinion column from Friday.
What is driving the radical protesters and rioters—who are enabled and manipulated by the “digital intelligentsia” in the press and an expanding segment of the political and business classes—is contempt for the freedom of anyone who fails to comport with their image of a just society. In authoritarian systems those in power seek to
In The News for Friday, July 31, 2020
In The News for Thursday, July 30, 2020
In The News for Wednesday, July 29, 2020
· What the hell? The Union Pacific Railroad has its own police department patrolling 32,000 miles of railroad track in 23 states. They will no longer cooperate with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency following pressure from the ACLU. I’m getting pretty tired of how woke some of our corporations are getting. I would think that the government would have tools at their disposal to force companies like this to cooperate with federal agencies.
In The News for Tuesday, July 28, 2020
· ABC News works overtime at making a fool of themselves. Funny now those ‘peaceful’ demonstrations always wind up trying to burn down stuff and assault police.
· Unfit to Govern. The evidence is pretty clear.
In The News for Monday, July 27, 2020
· I’ve never been much of a conspiracy theorist, but recent events have caused me to reassess that. The level-headed and intelligent commentators on PowerLine are willing to consider the unthinkable. As they said, “Four years ago who would have believed the DOJ, FBI and CIA would team up to support their favored candidate, and failing that, would try to disable the incoming administration. It happened and was highly successful due to the predictable behavior of the Democratic Party and its news branch at the New York Times, Washington Post, and so on.”
In The News for Friday, July 24, 2020
· They have the leadership they voted for and they’re getting it good and hard. Portland Mayor tear-gassed by federal agents, riot declared. The list of cities run by these feckless idiots all seem to have one thing in common. I’m sure you can’t possibly guess what it is. That’s right, they have progressive Democrat mayors.
In The News for Thursday, July 22, 2020
· Joe Biden held a live-streamed event from his basement and the numbers were a little embarrassing. 26 minutes into the event there were 19 viewers. By the time you account for reporters and Biden’s staff, that leaves about 2 actual viewers who apparently didn’t have anything better to do. And I’m supposed to believe this guy is leading in the polls. I don’t think so.
In The News for Tuesday, July 21, 2020
· In honor of Moon Day here is some incredible AI enhanced footage of Neil Armstrong’s moon landing,
· The Epstein saga just continues to get more bizarre. Federal Judge’s son shot and killed in attack at their NJ home by gunman dressed as Fedex driver. She has recently been assigned to the Epstein/Deutsche Bank case.... [Read More]
In The News for Monday, July 20, 2020
In The News for Friday, July 16, 2020
A very interesting clip of
a Dallas, Texas doctor who had successfully used HCQ to treat his patients.
Worth watching. He makes the point that the key is early outpatient treatment.
More people would be well-served to listen to doctors like this in lieu of
· We’re not the only country having trouble... [Read More]
In The News for Thursday, July 16, 2020
· Another example of a black Democrat who has had enough. Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones (D) has come over from the dark side of the force. I knew when I saw Leo Terrell make the switch that something was happening. Will Black Americans Ditch the Democratic Party? There seem to be more and more who are doing just that.
In The News for Wednesday, July 15, 2020
· J.P. Sears For Surgeon General. Finally, an explanation of how we came up with some of the ridiculous rules our politicians and bureaucrats have instituted.
· And what the heck is going on here? The difference between reported cases and actual cases is staggering.
In The News for Tuesday, July 14, 2020
· As Stephen Green puts it, “You Break It You Buy It.” Washington Denies Taxpayer Funds to Rebuild Minneapolis After Riots. No money for Blue Bailouts. They can pay for their own lack of leadership and for the nitwits they elected to public office.
Tesla continues to outpace the competition. Set
to introduce million-mile battery.
In The News for Monday, July 13, 2020
· Keeping up with all the crazy that is currently dominating and being promulgated by a mainstream media see themselves as opinion makers and not reporters has become overwhelming. It’s getting harder and harder to look into the burning forest and find some trees that aren’t on fire. The coverage of President Trump’s speech at Mt. Rushmore is a good example. Britt Hume commented that “I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a dishonest and biased coverage of any event.” He’s been covering such events for 50 years.
In The News for Friday, July 10, 2020
In The News for Thursday, July 9, 2020
In The News for Wednesday, July 8, 2020
In The News for Tuesday, July 7, 2020
· My professors tried to convince me that America is racist. I refused to buy into it. More and more minorities are speaking out. As Teddy Roosevelt said, “There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism.”
· I encourage you to read Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s commentsRead More]