Archive for August 2017

Senator Dianne Feinstein says Trump can be a good president — gets booed

I’ve written here that wishing for bipartisanship in Washington DC or anywhere else for that matter is misguided for two reasons: Democrats don’t want true bipartisanship on anything but spending more money on social programs; and Democrats’ idea of bipartisanship is when Republicans give up and agree to everything Democrats want. That’s not bipartisanship but…

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Legislation for the protection of criminals

That’s what the wizards of smart in California are doing. They want to make California into a “sanctuary state.” They’re getting some heap big kick back from law enforcement communities. It’s no wonder that cops are keen on keeping criminal illegal aliens in their state. The citizen criminals in the Golden State are already multiplying…

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Dems beginning to worry Antifa violence may hurt them in 2020

Da-Tech-Guy — ANTIFA in particular, while making leftists in blue states feel good and self righteous about themselves, are going to coin votes for Donald Trump.  …the reality is those events are walking talking Trump 2020 ads that are going to coin votes for him in every swing state that the left has to win back…

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What is the difference between Antifa and the Ku Klux Klan?

There is a difference between Antifa and the Ku Klux Klan, but it’s a small one. The KKK wore white hoods and Antifa wears black hoods. Jeffery Lord, from The Left’s Violent DNA: What do the Ku Klux Klan, the labor movement, Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, Occupy Wall Street, and congressional shooter…

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AntiFa and the Ku Klux Klan — Hooded Agents of Violence

Hey AntiFa, Enjoy Your Protests — It’s Going to Get Awkward Soon. You see, there are quite a number of Democratic senators in Congress who are up for re-election next year. There are few Republicans up for re-election in 2018 who are really vulnerable.  Those 64 million Trump voters still have access to ballot machines and…

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Beware the “Greater Good”

The lunch crowd was underway at Luby’s Cafeteria in Killeen, Texas on October 16, 1991. It was about 20 minutes before 1:00 P.M.  That’s when George Hennard  walked in and shot to death 23 people and wounded 20 others.  Twelve minutes later Hennard cheated the Texas execution chamber by turning the gun on  himself. Suzanna Hupp…

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Houston Flooding is not “unprecedented”

Houston flooding isn’t “unprecedented.” In 1935 the water reached 54 feet. Today, in the same place, it’s 38 feet. It rained almost 40 inches in 24 hours in this current storm but that’s not Unprecedented either. In 1979 it rained 43 inches in a 24-hour period. It should be remembered that Houston was built on…

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What the Hell Has Happened to the Southern Poverty Law Center?

On June 18, 1984 Denver radio talk-show host Alan Berg was gunned down in his driveway. Bruce Pierce pumped 13 bullets into Alan Berg. To homicide detectives, such overkill usually indicates a passion killing by someone with a visceral animus toward the victim. Alan Berg never did anything to Bruce Pierce, but Pierce hated him…

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Why I Cancelled My Subscription To The Economist

Actually I never had a subscription to the Economist although I should have because I used to like the magazine for its in depth reporting on fiscal and financial issues that effect the economic performance of governments and their people. The title of this post is that of an article by Spencer Morrison of American…

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Wake Up Call For Two Knuckleheads

Katie Kieffer at Townhall: Wake Up — Mitch and Paul! Waiter! Bring ice water! We need to wake up our lethargic congressional leaders, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Paul Ryan. Because when they snooze, America loses. How do these two knuckleheads keep getting elected? It might be better if we had elected two La-Z-Boy armchairs…

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