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Monday, March 25, 2019

PM May should have listened to Trump

BBC reported on July 15, "Donald Trump told Theresa May she should sue the EU rather than negotiate over Brexit.

"The US president said on Friday at a joint news conference he had given Mrs May a suggestion -- but she had found it too 'brutal.'

Mueller report helps foreign policy

American foreign policy received a shot in the arm late Friday afternoon when Bungling Bob Mueller finally gave up the ghost and admitted President Trump is clean. He did not collude. He did not sell out his country. He paid his taxes. He won the presidency fair and square.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Trump speaks. A nation rises

President Donald John Trump broke his silence with 11 words of triumph over evil.

No Collusion, No Obstruction, Complete and Total EXONERATION. KEEP AMERICA GREAT!

Democrats need to root for Cleveland teams

Robert Reich may be a mental midget but he is the only former labor secretary I can name. That is darned good self-promotion. His latest piece is in the Guardian, "It's Mueller time but don't forget: Trump has undermined the very idea of America."

Undermined the very idea of America? Seriously? What in the devil does that mean?

Mediacide over Trump

Matt Taibbi of Rolling Stone, hardly a fan of President Donald John Trump, had good news: Russiagate is the death of American media.

He compared the press carrying of Democrat water in this case to the media's unquestioning belief in government that Saddam Hussein had enough weapons of mass destruction to warrant an invasion in 2003.

“Don’t lock her up! We want her to run again”

Much has been written about media, Democrat and Never Trump reaction to the good news that our president did not collude with Russians, and won the 2016 presidential election fair and square.

But the Republican reaction was more fun and interesting. I will write about that. I mean, how many gallons of liberal tears can you drink before it tastes like watered down Old Milwaukee beer?

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Democrats need to change the subject. Fast

Our beloved president, Donald John Trump, showed his very sane genius on Twitter today.

He didn't tweet.

He let the Bungling Bob Mueller report sit atop the Drudge Report without a retort because the Mueller's witch hunt has torpedoed his critics.

Powerline's dishonesty about Mueller

Paul Mirengoff is a retired attorney in Washington, D.C. He is one of the five men at the Powerline blog, which seemed conservative in its first decade.

Then Donald John Trump showed up and sent Powerline writers scurrying like a refrigerator sends cockroaches into panic.We had them when I was a kid.

Roaches I mean, not lawyers.

Make them pay for their failed coup

Last night was like election night 2016, with on-air news personality Rachel Maddow breaking down and crying because Bungling Bob Mueller's witch hunt is over. Donald John Trump is still president. The media coup failed because no matter how many times you say "Russian Collusion" in a candle-lit room, it will not appear.

Mueller found nothing. I knew it

Bungling Bob Mueller found no Russian collusion or evidence of anything to indict, impeach, or otherwise remove Donald John Trump from his constitutionally divined office as president.

I wrote my reaction to this outcome two years ago, long before Mueller was actually appointed to head this witch hunt. In March 2017, I began writing in real time "Fake News Follies of 2017."

Chapter 8, "Urine Trouble, CNN," covered the Russian dossier. I knew immediately it was as fake as Hillary's laugh because it said Donald Trump hired hookers to pee in a bed the Obamas slept in.

Friday, March 22, 2019

Creepy Democrat positions

From abolishing ICE to circumcision to reparations, the Democrat Party's presidential candidates are taking positions that would embarrass a cat lady. It is a party driven mad by its hatred of President Donald John Trump and each of his 63 million deplorable voters who are the dregs of society according to Joe Biden.

Media was wrong. The economy grew by 3.1% in 2018

Three weeks ago, the Fake News media erroneously gloated that the economy did not grow by 3% in 2018.

I said yes it did.

Now a month later, we know I was right.

80-year-old scams liberals

The online plea to liberals was desperate: "Our volunteer attorneys, doctors, nurses and social workers are working day and night to liberate these children.

"Donations will go to help pay our volunteer attorneys', doctors', nurses' and social workers' costs and pay for transportation to unite immigrant families."

Democrat presidential hopeful took mom to see "Deep Throat"

Creepy Uncle Joe Biden has lost his title as creepiest Democrat running for president.

Democrat John Hickenlooper, former governor of Colorado, topped all the creepiness of Biden touching girls in photo op upon photo op.

Hickenlooper took his mom to see "Deep Throat."

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Time's April Fool's Day edition

Date of publication: April 1.

USA recognizes Israel

No, this is not breaking news from 1948.

President Donald John Trump -- who moved our embassy to Jerusalem -- today recognized the Golan Heights is part of Israel, more than 50 years after Arabs lost it in the Six Day War they instigated in 1967. Israel formally annexed this region in 1981.

Trump rope-a-doped Democrats

In his 1974 Rumble in the Jungle match against George Foreman, Muhammad Ali used the rope-a-dope strategy in which Foreman wore himself out with punches to Ali, who then in the eighth round knocked out Foreman -- a 4-to-1 favorite.

President Donald John Trump roped the dopes in the media and Democrat Party.

Democrat vision of America is in New York

Politico was giddy on February 6, 2017. Just 17 days into President Donald John Trump's first term, the site said, "In New York’s broadest response yet to President Donald Trump’s early weeks in office, Democrats who dominate the state Assembly passed a bill Monday that would make New York a 'sanctuary state,' and members are poised to again pass legislation that would open tuition assistance programs to undocumented students."

44 days later, one of those people Democrats would give sanctuary to "stabbed two women and tried to rape a 2-year-old girl during a five-hour criminal frenzy."

Who needs Fox News?

Paul Ryan cashed in on his congressional career by joining the board of directors of Fox News.

The channel also hired Donna Brazile, whom CNN fired for giving Hillary questions in advance of a debate. CNN never said how a commentator like Brazile got the questions.

Finally, Fox News suspended commentator Judge Jeanine Pirro for calling out Democrat Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's anti-Semitic comments.

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Democrats are looking for a McGovern

President Donald John Trump's excitement about the upcoming presidential election is not bravado. Democrats sense what Republicans sensed in 2007.


2016 narrative shifts again

Politico trotted out a new explanation of why Democrats lost in 2016 despite a record $1.2 billion campaign (spending twice what the opposition spent) and a divided Republican Party.

Forget the misogyny excuse. Forget the Comey excuse. Forget the Fake News excuse. And above all, forget the Russian Collusion excuse.

The excuse this time is Democrats were divided. 

Democrats blame Obama mistake on Trump

John Podesta tweeted: "Good news for the planet: Federal judge demands Trump administration reveal how its drilling plans will fuel climate change."

According to Reuters, "Tuesday’s ruling only pertains to 282 leases issued in Wyoming after five sales held in 2015 and 2016."

Pentagon finds $12 billion for the wall

The Washington Examiner reported, "The Defense Department has identified $12.8 billion in possible funding that it could use to fulfill President Trump's call for a border wall."


We are angry at Never Trump because we are angry at ourselves

Sebastian Gorka on Tuesday torched the "post-Reagan era, Bush-flunky fake conservative" elitists.

Gorka wrote, "For decades they planted themselves at publications such as National Review and the Weekly Standard which lost their viability as market products but nevertheless chugged along, read by a smaller and smaller group of believers and fellow-travelers, funded as they were by the same handful of well-meaning but credulous sugar-daddies."

Reining in the 9th Circus Court

If anyone wonders why we call the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals the 9th Circus, show them this paragraph from the Washington Examiner:
The 5-4 decision reversed the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which said officials have to detain these immigrants immediately or they are exempt from ever being detained.
Justices said "that's all folks" to that Looney Tune decision.