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Monday, December 05, 2016

Lessons from Hillary's run

Naudia Guerrero, a PR/Journalism/Marketing Student in Long Beach, dried her tears and tweeted that thanks to Hillary, her 4-year-old sister learned she can be president.

President Trump does not need Kerry's advice

President Trump has not called Non-President Kerry -- and the man America rejected in 2004 is pissed.

Ohio State students want right to bear arms on campus

I did not write about the Islamic terrorist attack by Somali national  Abdul Razak Ali Artan, a student at Ohio State who injured 13 people before a cop killed him. I employed my 24-hour waiting period in breaking news, and by that time there was nothing left to say.

Make Hillary Time's Person of the Year

By all means, do so.

Muslims adapt

The fall of the Soviet Union created an intellectual vacuum in the American left that Muslims slowly are filling. The two political philosophies are at polar ends which means Muslims must be patient in changing the direction.

Sunday, December 04, 2016

President Trump carries Taiwan

Dick Cheney (hearts) President Trump

Neocon Icon Dick Cheney is seriously crushing on President Trump.

Obamacare added more than a trillion to health care spending

The health care industry and Obama (whose wife was a $300,000-a-year part-time worker at the University of Chicago's hospital when he was a senator) laugh all the way to the bank at the liberal suckers and news media who elected and re-elected Barack Obama as president.

They say thanks a trillion.

Phony cries of crony capitalism

President Trump's saving 1,000 Carrier jobs over the Thanksgiving holiday has opened mine eyes. I thought this was a two-inch putt, but no, the Never Trump crowd and some Trump supporters are crying Crony Capitalism, which is like calling the word blackmail rayyyyyyycist.

One in five chance Bill didn't vote for Hillary

OK, that is a little click-baity in the headline but a poll showed 19% of the spouses of female Hillary voters did not bother to vote.

And 5% voted for President Trump.

Saturday, December 03, 2016

Not your tears to drink, Never Trumpkin

Little Red Hen: Who will help me bring the liberal tears?

Under President Trump, Americans set a car sales record

President Trump's election triggered a stock market rally, a record Black Friday, and a surge in car sales. Already discussed the first two. Let's look at the third one.

Taiwan story shows again CNN is fake news

CNN continues to wage a war on Trump, its latest effort being: "Trump risks showdown with China after call with Taiwan."

Friday, December 02, 2016

Never believe your press clippings

"How to Rebuild the Republican Party" after Trump

My time machine went back two months to an article in the Atlantic by David Frum, the George W. Bush speechwriter, Yale '82, Harvard Law '87. The headline was: "How to Rebuild the Republican Party: Incorporate the best of Trump’s insights, while discarding his volatile personality and noxious attitudes."

Wall Street Journal bemoans Carrier deal

Sir Rupert Murdoch's Wall Street Journal condemned the saving of 1,000 jobs in Indiana because -- gasp -- President Trump negotiated with the executives. This is somehow a "shakedown."

Oh, was it a shakedown when the Reagan administration bent broadcasting regulations in the 1980s that cleared the way for the Fox Broadcasting Network to get on the air? How about the millions in donations to Hillary and the Clinton Foundation from Murdoch, Murdoch's company, and his executives? Were they not bribes to curry favor in the Second Clinton administration?

Electoral College dropout

Levi Guerra, who lives near Vancouver, Washington, will enter the Electoral College later this month as a Hillary Clinton scholar. Garra held a press conference to tell the world that he will not keep his words and vote for Clinton, but will instead vote for someone else in an effort to stop the inauguration of President Trump.

President Trump amps up his political capital

President Trump's 30-state election along with Republican continued control of both houses of Congress gives him the most political capital any Republican president has had since Ike Eisenhower.

In Indianapolis and Cincinnati on Thursday, he worked to increase that political capital by holding rallies and having a lot of fun. President Trump is very entertaining and he gets great feedback off the crowd.