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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Tweet of the day

Minnesota is a toss-up

The last Republican to take Minnesota in a presidential race was Richard Nixon 44 years ago, in 1972.

Real Clear Politics just moved it from "leans Clinton" to toss-up as her lead in the polls dropped to within the margin of error.

What Trump won last night

This post on what Trump won last night can be summed up in one word.

West Virginia v. EPA

While Democratic Party state attorneys general go after scientists who dare doubt global warming, Republican state attorneys general are going after the EPA for trying to regulate carbon dioxide, a nutrient that Congress never authorized the EPA to regulate.

Today, the District Court in DC heard the case, styled as West Virginia v. EPA. In all, 27 states are behind the suit.

35th Amazon review of "Trump the Press"

Readers love "Trump the Press," and I love readers who post reviews at Amazon.

Trump won -- bigly

Trump looked presidential. Clinton looked like a blond Lucille Ball. "The Lucy Show" Lucy -- when she was playing out the string.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Tweet of the day

Canadian liberals use Trump to raise money

Canada's Justin Trudeau, the Jeb of the North, is using the rise of Donald Trump to raise money for his political party.

34th Amazon review of "Trump the Press"

Another satisfied customer speaks out.

Graph of the day

Bill Maher dumps on Hillary

Bil Maher still has a TV show 15 years after praising the the bravery of the 9/11 attackers. And the corporate media wonders why we turn to patriotism and rebuke their globalism.

Nine things you need to know about tonight's debate

Televised debates decide presidencies. Not every election, but they do and they will this time. As this election is a referendum on Trump -- masterly engineered by him, by the way -- he only has to win one of the three debates to win the presidency.

Black privilege

Gabrielle Union, 43, an actress worth $12 million (and married to basketball player Dwayne Wade, 34, worth $100 million) wants to talk to Amy Schumer, 35, a comedian worth $1 million, and Kate Upton, 24, worth $20 million, about white privilege.

Given their ages and millionaire status, I would say they all have privilege.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Clinton signs are safe

The quote of the day may be in a story in the Berks-Mont News in Pottstown, Pennsylvania -- "Early vandalism of Trump signs a signal of divisive campaign." Of course the headline blames the victim for Democratic Party vandalism.

"But isn’t that what a debater is supposed to do?"

ABC News anchor/Clinton spokesman George Stephanopoulos had a debate this morning between Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and Clinton's Robby Mook. Obviously Conway one, or else I would not be writing about it. This is a Pro-Trump blog.

Clinton: Goodbye Columbus

A month ago, Clinton road high in Ohio with an outside-the-margin-of-error lead over Trump in the Real Clear Politics average of polls. Nate Silver gave her a 77 percent chance of taking Ohio.

Today, CNN reported Clinton has ceded Ohio to Trump, even though Trump has only inched slightly higher than her in the polls to an average lead of 1.8 points. Silver now gives Trump a 61 percent chance.

Virtue signaling in Dallas

Howard Stern once said of ratings that he always felt bad when his dropped because he had made the job that much harder for the ad salesmen.

I wonder if the editorial board of the Dallas Morning News feels any shame over the albatross it tied around the necks of its advertising and circulation departments by endorsing Hillary -- reversing seventy-five years of credibility as a voice of conservatives.

Is EPA right about carbon dioxide?

As everyone knows, this blog does science the way the Browns play football, nevertheless, a reader sent me a link to:
On the Existence of a "Tropical Hot Spot" & The Validity of EPA’s CO2 Endangerment Finding
Abridged Research Report
Dr. James P. Wallace III
Dr. John R. Christy
Dr. Joseph S. D’Aleo
August 2016