Archive for December 2019

Democrat Party Endorsed Jew Hatred

OFFICIAL DEMOCRAT PARTY-ENDORSED ANTI-SEMITISM 5 Stabbed In Rabbi’s Home During Hanukkah Celebration Monsey Stabbing Suspect May Be Tied to Another Knifing at Nearby Synagogue Bill De Bolshevik on Hanukkah Attack: Trump’s “Hateful Speech” Emboldened Violent Forces (who knew Trump’s a Democrat-Muslim? – jjs) Leftists Blame Trump for Rise in Anti-Semitism in Wake of Hanukkah Stabbing…

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The struggle for freedom is constant because it has enemies

Every Christmas since 1949 the Wall Street Journal has published In Hoc Anno Domini by Vermont Royster. It’s about Jesus of course, but it’s about freedom from oppression as well. Here it is in case you missed it last week: When Saul of Tarsus set out on his journey to Damascus the whole of the…

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Woman Power and Catch 22

In many bird species it is the male bird that builds the nest. Each male bird tries to build a better nest than all the other males. The purpose is to attract a female with which to mate. Females will fly around inspecting all the nests males have made. She will mate with the male…

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Traffic Ticket Quotas are Alive and Well — They Aren’t Supposed to Be

National Motorist Association — Weekly Newsletter #572 By our latest count, twenty states have explicit laws banning traffic ticket quotas. And yet, the practice continues, even within some of those states. City, county, and state budgets must be met, and a reliable target for revenue continues to be the motorist. A brief rundown of the…

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Should Anyone Care That Lisa Murkowski Flunked The Bar Exam 4 Times?

This is a repost from October 27, 2010. Since Murkowski is a Trump hater who is trying to stall anything she thinks Trump might be in favor of, it seems relevant again. OK, she did the right thing in helping Senator Daines with his vote to confirm Kavanaugh, but her sick grandstanding over her “conscience” that…

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Alcohol Interlocking Devices For All New Cars, Good or Bad Idea?

The Reduce Impaired Driving for Everyone (RIDE) Act of 2019, per U.S. Senate Bill 2604, and its counterpart House Bill 3159, if enacted, will require all new vehicles to have alcohol detection systems within four years. This is a zero-tolerance concept that will subject the vast majority of motorists to intrusive testing every time they get…

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Trump’s 2016 election win and the preference cascade that followed

Sometimes people don’t reveal their true feelings and opinions for fear of being ostracized by others whom they assume hold different views.  Some, myself included, thought the polls before the 2016 election weren’t giving a true picture of the vote percentage Trump was likely to get, while overstating the likely vote for.…what’s her name? I…

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Nadler Clause is Coming to Town

‘Twas the week before Christmas, and all through the House Not a critter was stirring, not even a louse; The Articles were filed in committee with care, In hopes that Impeachment soon would be there; The Democrats were nestled all snug in their beds; While visions of quid pro quo danced in their heads; And…

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