Posts by TeeJaw

Malignant Narcissism On Display by the Narcissist in Chief

Have you ever had someone try to take the credit for some remarkably good difficult thing you did? Kind of gets you doesn’t it. It’s so brazen you don’t know whether to be angry or just shocked that someone would be brazen enough to do such a dishonorable thing. Then maybe throw in more dirt…

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Everything Trump Touches Is Upgraded and Made Better

There is ample evidence, which I will show, that everything Trump touches is upgraded and made better. There’s a howling pack of political wolves that disagrees. According to Bolshevik Republican Rick Wilson everything Trump touches dies. That’s the catchy name of a book by him in which he characterizes President Donald Trump (PDT) as a…

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Reflections and Remembrance of Things Past

This world can be a raucous place. I try to go placidly amid the noise and haste and remember what peace there may be in silence. Much that comes to us is held for a short time and then it’s gone. I have a few once insignificant things set significant by death. My mother’s crocheted…

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Michael M. Uhlmann on “The Struggle Ahead”

The Struggle Ahead is the name of a talk by Michael M. Uhlmann, born in 1939. Mr. Uhlmann  is Professor of Government in the Department of Politics and Government at Claremont Graduate University and Claremont McKenna College. Mr. Uhlmann recently received the Claremont Institute’s Henry Salvatori Prize for helping to secure the teachings of the American…

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Who is Kyrsten Sinema?

Arizona, what have you done? Kyrsten Sinema is the newly elected senator from Arizona. Who is Kyrsten Sinema? Here is a complete run down of who Kyrsten Sinema really is, what she believes and what are her policy goals. It is presented in a non-partisan fact format. “Just the facts, ma’am,” as Joe Friday would…

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Question For Justice Roberts

What About Your FISA judges, Justice Roberts? Good question posed by Daniel John Sobieski at American Thinker: As long as we are on the subject of whether there is such an animal as an “Obama judge,” let us consider the judges who sit on the FISA court and issue warrants allowing surveillance of American citizens…

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Four Types of people like socialism

Four types of people like socialism: People in government who think they can spend other people’s money better than those who earned the money. People not in government who think the government can spend the money earned by the people better than the people can. People who think the government will take money from other people and…

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The Art of Political Lying

Jonathan Swift wrote Satire, the use of humor, irony and exaggeration to expose, criticize  and ridicule stupidity and vice, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and current social issues. One of his essays is titled The Art of Political Lying. One remembers Alinsky’s Rules For Radicals, Rule No. 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.…

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Mark Levin Interview of Victor Davis Hanson

As a disaffected soul in the new one-party blue state of Colorado I find solace in Victor Davis Hanson (Everything he thinks, says or writes), Dinesh D’Souza (The Big Lie, Death of a Nation, Stealing America), Jordan Peterson (12 Rules for Life), Kurt Schlichter (Militant Normals), Tucker Carlson (Ship Of Fools), David Harsanyi (First Freedom),…

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Chief Justice Roberts Picks a Fight With Trump — Trump Fights Back

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts lectured the president this week with this statement: “We do not have Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges. What we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them. That independent judiciary…

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The Real Story of Thanksgiving

There’s a little more to the story about Squanto. Once he escaped from slavery in Spain he got a ride to England either by stowing away on a British ship or perhaps he was invited aboard. He then lived in England for at least 4 years with a sympathetic merchant and his family. He learned…

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