Don Surber

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Friday, June 18, 2021

The gun revolution

That was then.

This is now.

Onward social justice warriors

Two bitter and unpleasant women writers at the New York Times wrote, "The Victoria’s Secret Angels, those avatars of Barbie bodies and Playboy reverie, are gone. Their wings, fluttery confections of rhinestones and feathers that could weigh almost 30 pounds, are gathering dust in storage. The Fantasy Bra, dangling real diamonds and other gems, is no more.

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Republican Secretary of State believes there may have been something afoul in last November's election.

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Press says spy on Trump, not on us

The press wasted the weekend trying to cook up another Fake Scandal as it made a big deal about the FBI subpoenaing news outlets and Apple to track down those who leaked classified documents.

Putin's puppets in the press praise Biden

With liberals, it is always projection. After 4 years of calling President Donald John Trump "Putin's puppet," USA Today and the rest of the useless press showed this morning they serve Putin.

Just as Josef Biden does.

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Travel and Leisure reported, "West Virginia’s New Remote Worker Program Will Pay You $12,000 to Move There."

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Manchin ready to auction off the filibuster

Ten days ago, Joe Manchin stood up for the filibuster. He wrote an op-ed in the local paper that drew national attention. He was a profile in courage, which is a senator who is willing to stand up to his party's bosses. I even called him that.

One sip of water has cost Woka-Cola $4 billion

A soccer star's refusal to drink Coca-Cola at a press conference shook up the stock market, dropping the company's stock by nearly $1 a share in one day, Market Insider reported. That meant the market cap for Coke fell $4 billion -- off one sip of water.

Readers will love the punchline.

House to give gold medal to cop who killed Ashli Babbitt

To be fair, the plan is to give the Congressional Gold Medal to all 2,200-plus officers in the Capitol Police and the 3,800-plus officers in the D.C. Police Department.

But if life were fair, Ashli Babbitt would still be alive because there was no reason to shoot and kill her. She was unarmed and posed no other threat to anyone.

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Citizen Free Press posted the video of Putin asking an NBC interviewer, "Did you order the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and who was shot and killed by a policeman?"