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Friday, July 20, 2018

A Guardian of the Galaxy joins the Trump Schadenfreude List

Today we add to the Trump Schadenfreude List one James Gunn, director of the "Guardians of the Galaxy" series of movies from comic books.

Treating Trump supporters as subhuman

The fervid and fetid attacks on President Trump and the American people who elected him took another strange turn this week when our attackers wet themselves crying treason because President Trump was diplomatic with Putin.

Jeff Flake, easily the most unpopular member of the Senate, said President Trump was treasonous "by giving aid and comfort to an enemy of democracy."

Mueller's meddling in the next election

"Robert Mueller offers Tony Podesta immunity to testify against Paul Manafort" is the most horrifying story of the day,

Mueller, a bully with a badge, is now judge, jury, and executioner of presidential politics.

Democrats cannot get their Putin story straight

I know it is early in the day, but I trust no one will top the idiocy of this statement from Democratic Congressman Eric Swalwell of California concerning President Trump inviting Putin to the White House: "When your home is burglarized, you don’t invite the burglar over to dinner."

He does realize that Barack Obama invited Putin to the White House in 2012.

Putin declined the invitation.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Judge tosses NYC's global warming lawsuit

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio thought he could pick up a few billion bucks for the City Whose Tax Collectors Never Sleep by filing a nuisance lawsuit over global warming against five oil companies.

U.S. District Judge John Keenan stopped this nonsense today.

Read by Superman

The last time I believed Mueller, we wound up in the Iraq War

Fool me twice, shame on me.


Democrats for crime

Only 18 of the 185 Democrats House members voting on the measure yesterday supported having an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. This is further proof that Democrats favor the violent crime and drugs that ravage urban America.

We know this because ICE is rounding up some very savage criminals.

Trump survival kit for newspapers

Newspapers are struggling these days with Pulitzer-winning staffs facing layoffs. Journalists blame the Internet. I blame the newspapers. Most newspapers are out-of-touch with their readers, and refuse to do anything about it.

Let us go to the numbers. In 2016, 243 daily newspapers endorsed Hillary; 20 endorsed Donald John Trump. While she received a plurality of the vote -- 48% -- President Trump carried 30 states, the most by any candidate in 20 years.

Nickki Haley ends a 7-year war

South Sudan is 12 million people, mainly Christian, who broke away from Sudan and its Sharia Law to form their own country in 2011. Violence has plagued it since as it is embroiled in a civil war. Nikki Haley championed South Sudan's cause.

Less than a week ago, she got the United Nations to impose an arms embargo. The Washington Post was alarmed.

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Americans don't care about Russia

For nearly two years now, the media has told Americans that President Trump won the presidency because of Russia. The media myth holds that President Trump colluded with Russians, who meddled in the election.

This week, the media ramped up its verbiage with cries of treason for President Trump to meet with Putin. The cable outlets put on experts who said Russian meddling is the equivalent of 9/11 and Pearl Harbor.

Boycotter faces boycott

Working in anonymity, a lefty spent the past couple of years trying to hurt conservatives financially by threatening their advertisers with boycotts.

Adweek was cool with this, giving him plenty of cheap publicity while at the same time protecting his identity -- lest his attempt to ruin people financially would hurt him financially.

Finally a victim of his attacks -- the Daily Caller -- found out who he is and exposed him: a free-lance ad writer who founded the Sleeping Giants group.

What you know about the Trump-Putin talks

"There are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don't know we don't know," Donald Rumsfeld, February 12, 2002.

He left out one: the unknown knowns. Those are the things we know but do not realize we know.

British PM: Trump got action at NATO

England is one of five of the 28 members of NATO who keeps the promise of spending at least 2 percent of their GDP on defense. Naturally the British are upset by the treaty violators.

President Trump called out the frenemies.

British Prime Minister Theresa May applauded him.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Chatterers and Doers

Danielle Pletka is the senior vice president of foreign and defense policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, a tax-exempt corporation that takes money from fat-cat donors to keep pundits like her employed. They in turn provide cheap and even free content for dead-tree media outlets.

I liked her piece in the Atlantic, "The Anti-Trump Hysteria Isn’t Helping."

Why does peace scare them?

More than three decades ago, Elvis Costello and The Attractions had a little song, "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding?"

Now we know the answer.

Democrats want restaurants closed

Ellie Bufkin of the Federalist wrote, "The $15 Minimum Wage Is Wreaking Havoc On New York City Dining."

That's the plan.

Backing a man who renounced his citizenship, denouncing Trump

Politics used to end at the nation's shores. No more. Globalists slammed the president before, after, and while our duly elected president met with the leader of Russia.

Just as they did when he met the prime minister of England.

Monday, July 16, 2018

Putin: Russians gave Hillary $400 million

At his press conference with President Trump, Putin mentioned Bill Browder, an American-British businessman who deals with with Russian oligarchs. Theirs is a complicated relationship. Putin may have killed Browder's lawyer, and Browder lobbied for U.S. economic sanctions against Russia -- which President Trump made tougher.

The Democrats with bylines asked President Trump and Putin about Russian meddling.

No, this doesn't make Democrats sound like kooks

"The Obama Administration's CIA director, John Brennan, charged that President Trump's post-summit press conference with Russia President Vladimir Putin was an act of treason," Grabienews reported.