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Monday, January 11, 2021

Highlights of the News



Donald John Trump is still our president.

ITEM 1: Sister Toldjah reported that the Sugar Daddy of the Never Trumping Lincoln Project propositioned several men with the promise of employment. She cited tweets by Scott Stedman of Forensic News, who said Weaver propositioned him and others.


This happens in life. Yes, women, men get propositioned too. I offer this item mainly for entertainment purposes but I am curious about one thing. Was he recruiting for himself or his wife?

There is a reason we call them cuckolds.

ITEM 2: Michelle Obama called for Twitter and Facebook to remove the president of the United States.

Poof! He's gone.

Let the heeling begin.

And you will heel. And you will obey. Or else.

ITEM 3: WFMD reported, "Teachers In Jefferson County, WV, Who Attended Rally At The Capital Threatened With Termination."

The story said, "A letter was sent to the teachers by the Jefferson County Superintendent of Schools Bondy Shay Gibson. In the letter the teachers are told to report to a meeting on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 where disciplinary action, including termination, will be discussed. The teachers are encouraged to bring a representative with them. The teachers were also told to not enter any Jefferson County School’s property or attend any school activity.

"The Jefferson County Republican Executive Committee released a statement about Dr. Gibson‘s letter. They say it is a threatening letter that is attack on our liberties. The JCREC is requesting that Dr. Gibson be suspended pending an investigation of her actions. They are also requesting that the Board of Education immediately cease the violation of the constitutional rights of the Board of Education employees, students, and the citizens of Jefferson County."

Gibson is the genius who called a snow day last month, despite the fact that it was a remote learning day.

ITEM 4: Monica Showalter reported that Vogue agreed with Kamala's campaign on the photo that would grace the February issue of the rag.

And then Vogue reneged.




Off with their Twitter!

ITEM 5: Gab tweeted, "We are getting resumes from senior level employees at Big Tech companies. 

"Hearing that many people are putting in their two weeks too. Internal civil war among staff and executives. 

"Panic in Silicon Valley. 

"The house of cards falls. 

"The exodus has begun."

We shall see.

But Gab's servers are overloaded right now.

And this is a link to my Gab account. It has been a few years since I posted there. That will change once I can get back on it!



Also, Facebook censors placed a notification on one of my posts. Considering how few clicks I get from Facebook, I may stop posting there.

ITEM 6: Just the News reported, "The Maricopa County GOP has voted and passed a resolution to censure Cindy McCain. The Arizona Republican Party has no comment on the county’s resolution. The state party will vote on a similar resolution at its annual meeting on January 23.

"The Republican Party in Arizona’s largest county voted Saturday to censure the widow of the late Sen. John McCain after she endorsed Democrat Joe Biden. The state GOP is planning a similar vote later this month."

OK, that makes sense.

A political party cannot afford to have prominent traitors

The story then said, "The Maricopa County GOP’s censure resolution called Cindy McCain a 'troubled individual, with a past riddled with drug abuse and illegalities associated with such behavior.'

"The measure also accused Cindy McCain of supporting leftist causes including gay marriage, larger government and "others that run counter to Republican values.

"Cindy McCain has acknowledged suffering a three-year addiction to pain medicine from 1989 to 1992 and stealing pills from the American Voluntary Medical Team, a charity that she founded to assist developing countries, the Arizona Republic reported."

The personal nature of the resolution troubled me.

Then I remember how personal her attacks on Our Republican President were.

ITEM 7Reuters reported, "The head of a major U.S. business group that represents 14,000 companies including Exxon Mobil Corp, Pfizer Inc and Toyota Motor Corp urged senior U.S. officials to consider removing President Donald Trump from office after supporters of the outgoing president stormed the U.S. Capitol.

"National Association of Manufacturers Chief Executive Jay Timmons said Trump 'incited violence in an attempt to retain power, and any elected leader defending him is violating their oath to the Constitution and rejecting democracy in favor of anarchy.' "

No president since Reagan did more for manufacturers.

But Corporate America wants to shut down all American factories because Corporate America is loyal to Red China.

Just 80 years ago, FDR called America the arsenal of democracy.

Communists want to destroy that arsenal.

ITEM 8: The Daily Wire reported, "On Friday, a watch company released a video promoting the American ideal of freedom.

"Egard Watches has generated buzz twice before with its videos — one in response to Gillette’s ad regarding toxic masculinity and another defending police officers during the height of the Defund the Police movement.

"The company’s latest video comes at a time when our personal independence is being undermined at a frightening pace.

" 'What is freedom'” the video, narrated by Egard owner Ilan Srulovicz, begins. 'Is it allowing others to decide what’s best for you while this is how they live their lives?'

"As the question is posed, a news story about how lockdown isolation negatively impacts the elderly is juxtaposed with the now-infamous photo of California Governor Gavin Newsom dining with a group of people at the wildly expensive French Laundry restaurant."

That is bravery in action.

ITEM 9: CNS News reported, "The number of people employed by government in the United States dropped from 22,679,000 in December 2019 to 21,401,000 in December 2020, a decline of 1,278,000, according to the data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

"Even as overall government employment was going down, however, federal government employment went up from the end of 2019 to the end of 2020. In December 2019, the federal government employed 2,847,000. As of December 2020, it employed 2,908,000—an increase of 61,000."

State and local governments will have to face the fact that as tax revenues drop, the politicians will have to lay off their family and friends.

ITEM 10: The Washington Standard reported, "Bill Gates DTP Vaccine Killed 10 Times More African Girls Than The Disease Itself."

Attention ambulance chasers: A pocket deeper than the Marianas Trench awaits to be picked in an African court.

ITEM 11: American Action News reported, "Portland, Oregon ABC affiliate KATU reported an Antifa member punched Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler (D) while he attempted to eat dinner with an unidentified woman at an upscale restaurant in the city’s Nob Hill neighborhood."

It was in the shoulder, not in the face.

ITEM 12: Ann Althouse reported, "The 7 most violence-inciting statements in Donald Trump's speech to the crowd on January 6th."

The most violent of the most violent statements was (drumroll), "Together we are determined to defend and preserve government of the people, by the people and for the people."

Quoting Lincoln is now a crime against humanity.

Conform, comrade.

ITEM 13: CNN reported, "House Majority Whip James Clyburn on Sunday said House Democrats might wait until after President-elect Joe Biden's first 100 days in office to send any articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate, a move that would give the incoming President time to tackle his agenda in Congress before the start of a time-consuming trial."

Not mentioned is just how you can remove someone from an office he no longer holds.

On Saturday, I explained why Republicans and Democrats want to impeach President Trump: They believe the Supreme Court will uphold an unconstitutional post-presidential conviction designed to bar him from seeking office again.

ITEM 14: Forbes reported, "Another Capitol Police Death: Officer Dies By Suicide After Responding To Pro-Trump Riot."

Both deaths were tragedies.

Blue Lives Matter.

Not mentioned in the story was Ashli Babbitt, who was shot and killed by an officer.

ITEM 15: Zero Hedge reported, "New York City taxi drivers - who were committing suicide left and right before the pandemic - are in bad shape. 

"After years competing with Uber and Lyft drivers for razor-thin margins, while maintaining an average debt of $450,000 on taxi medallions now worth $75,000 - $100,000, ridership is down 80-90% since March due to the pandemic, according to CNN."

Kneecapping the economy creates the depression (both mental and financial) that Democrats believe will usher in the communist state they have wanted since the days of FDR.

Better to rule a Third World Nation than live in a free country, eh?

ITEM 16: The Hill reported, "Secretary of State Mike Pompeo moved on Saturday to remove the State Department's restrictions governing meetings with Taiwanese officials, a move celebrated by Taiwan's government but likely to cause ire in Beijing.

In a press release, Pompeo declared that all parts of the agency's Foreign Affairs Handbook governing meetings between Taiwanese officials and various agencies in the executive branch, including the State Department, were to be voided."

Don't trust Taiwan either. Its Foxconn company promised big things and delivered nothing.

How about a No China policy?

ITEM 17: Fox reported, "Susan Rosenberg, who made the FBI’s Most Wanted list by the time she was 29, is among the most prominent far-left revolutionary activists in the U.S.

"Earlier this summer, she sparked controversy after it was discovered that she purportedly sat on the board as vice-chair of Thousand Currents, which has poured more than $10 million into grassroots social change initiatives, including Black Lives Matter as of late.

"The nonprofit, formerly known as IDEX, quickly removed the director’s page featuring Rosenberg from its website in June. It remained unclear if and to what capacity she still serves the organization. Thousand Currents did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment."

She received a 58-year sentence in 1985.

Clinton pardoned her.

She tried to kill Republican senators with a bomb.

She co-opted them with her BLM.

The Maoists won.

ITEM 18: The Washington Times reported, "Sen. Joe Manchin, West Virginia Democrat, is open to adding two new states — the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The liberal push to add the District and Puerto Rico comes as Democrats see adding U.S. Senate seats from those jurisdictions as providing them with a firmer grasp on control of Congress."

I told you he was not a conservative.

Joe is about Joe.

ITEM 19: Breitbart reported, "The Professional Golfers’ Association has decided to move forward with a plan to strip the Trump National Golf Course at Bedminster of its 2022 PGA Championship.

" 'The odds that ’22’s PGA Championship will happen as scheduled in New Jersey are about as good as the chances of you or I winning it,' Golfweek’s Eamon Lynch wrote on Saturday. 'Moving its major from Trump National has been debated internally at the PGA for more than two years, but executives have been reluctant to antagonize a famously vindictive man who controls the Internal Revenue Service.' "

They want to plow his resorts and plant salt in the ground.

53 comments:

  1. I would simply and humbly ask all of Big D’s readers this morning: If you have not accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, what’s keeping you from doing that?

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    1. They do not believe they need one

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    2. From comments, I gather that most of us are humble servants of GOD.
      I ask that each of us remain meek. For those who don't understand that word, it does not mean timid. The process of breaking a horse to halter is called meeking. Simply, it means power under control. Who's control? The LORD'S of course.

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    3. The Lord is my shepherd.

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    4. "For what does the Lord require of thee
      But to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God?"

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    5. I occasionally go to that little multiracial
      church that I have talked about in the past.People of all colors, but all believers in the Word.
      Pastor said yesterday-"Satan is loosed upon this nation.He cannot and will not prevail.
      It is up to us to provide the light."
      I feel we are in the end times..

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    6. because people like you tell me i must. i believe in what i believe. leave my faith to me.

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    7. __ The question as it is posed, fails to address other religions and beliefs...Best to leave those matters to each individual society, culture and individual.
      As one friend from India said to me when inviting me to a Hindu social get-together at his place of worship, when I wondered if I would be out-of-place as a non-Hindu believer: "Of course not, we welcome all infidels." --- His smile was classic. zb

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    8. Jesus has already answered that question in the Gospel of John. In chapter 10 verse 26, He said, "You do not believe because you are not of my sheep."

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  2. Item 12: “Twelve score and five years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a new civil war, testing whether that nation or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure.” —Abraham Lincoln, updated to 2021.

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    1. “Neither anticipated that the cause of the conflict might cease with or even before the conflict itself should cease. Each looked for an easier triumph and a result less fundamental and astounding. Both read the same Bible and pray to the same God and each invokes His aid against the other. It may seem strange that any men should dare to ask a just God's assistance in wringing their bread from the sweat of other men's faces but let us judge not that we be not judged. The prayers of both could not be answered ~ that of neither has been answered fully. The Almighty has His own purposes.”

      This would need too major a rewrite to be updated. WE believe in God and THEY don’t. Either the Lord manifests here on earth THROUGH us or we’re at the end of the movie...

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  3. 3 - the purge is on. One million peaceful people. 100 not well behaved. 50 Antifa plants. The million are punished. The purge is scary. There are more of us than them, but they will scare many into accepting their tyranny.

    7 - A radical niece works for NAM as a lobbyist. I am not surprised.

    8 - I don’t wear a watch, but I may buy one of theirs to give as a gift.

    13 - never try and understand the logic of a fool.

    17 - She planted a bomb inside the senate office buildings and the massive Jerry Nadler was instrumental in getting her a pardon. But, but Trump supporters are dangerous.

    18 - Manchin will lose his leverage as a swing vote. The payoff to add new states must be massive.

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    1. Schlongt Lard, on item 18 your absolutely right. I don’t pretend to understand Manchin’s angle; or what under the table promise Manchin is obtaining for his vote.

      I do know that with DC and PR added, the Democrats obtain at least 2 rock solid Far-Left Senators from DC; and while PR is not as Far-Left, it is also very likely to elect Democrats.

      What that does mean is that the people of West Virginia certainly lose significant political power in the New “fundamentally transformed” America.

      I’m an outsider, so I never understood how the people of West Virginia kept reliably voting Manchin to statewide office, especially to the Senate (Governor I could understand). What I read indicated many (enough) of the people of West Virginia thought of Manchin as “one of their own.”

      Manchin must certainly be an excellent politician to have convinced so many West Virginians he is/was one of them. I don’t mean that as a compliment to anyone; certainly not Manchin.

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    2. First they came for my President, and I did not speak out, for I did not want to lose my social media.

      Then they took my social media, and I did not speak out, for I wanted to be free to travel.

      Then they took my travel rights, and I did not speak out, for I wanted to keep my home.

      Then they took my home, my job, and what remained of my freedom, and I was not allowed to speak out any more.

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    3. Why do you keep talking about voting as though it matters? We have just seen the most blatant voter fraud in our history. Did that come without practice runs? There is the factor in political races that new faces are not known, not trusted, not supported even against old faces that are known and not trusted, yet somehow those old faces always win. Maybe they know how to game the system? Maybe there never was, or at least hasn't been for a long time, honest voting in this country?

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    4. There has been blatant election fraud going on in big cities since at least the latter part of the 19th century. It clearly has been getting worse until it turned into what just happened on an industrial scale. And one side clearly has been keeping it going by refusing to even consider reforms that would have cleaned-it up (cui bono and all that).

      Seems that many of these jokers really have been put in office by long-running voter fraud. This is why I suggest we adopt the term "ALLEGEDLY-elected officials."

      You do also have to wonder if long-running fraud explains Congress' absurdly-low approval ratings. I've long thought that it was a collective effect (people love their own congresscritter but hate everyone else's congresscritters)... but like the continual election of obvious clowns in the cities... one does have to wonder if there is more to the story...

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    5. "18 - Manchin will lose his leverage as a swing vote. The payoff to add new states must be massive."

      He sure is enjoyng his renewed fame and position for leverage. My guess he's looking to replace his aging yacht there on Potomac.

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  4. 9 - Unfortunately they won’t have to face the consequences of laying off family and friends. Xiden/Harris and Congress are going to bail out all these states like CA and NY. The entire country will have to pay for their disastrous policies, as well as bailing out their unfounded public employees pension plans. Massive wealth transfer from middle class to blue state elites.

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  5. May God have mercy on the citizens of America.
    This reminds me of Kipling:

    The Gods of the Copybook Headings

    AS I PASS through my incarnations in every age and race,
    I make my proper prostrations to the Gods of the Market Place.
    Peering through reverent fingers I watch them flourish and fall,
    And the Gods of the Copybook Headings, I notice, outlast them all.

    We were living in trees when they met us. They showed us each in turn
    That Water would certainly wet us, as Fire would certainly burn:
    But we found them lacking in Uplift, Vision and Breadth of Mind,
    So we left them to teach the Gorillas while we followed the March of Mankind.

    We moved as the Spirit listed. They never altered their pace,
    Being neither cloud nor wind-borne like the Gods of the Market Place,
    But they always caught up with our progress, and presently word would come
    That a tribe had been wiped off its icefield, or the lights had gone out in Rome.

    With the Hopes that our World is built on they were utterly out of touch,
    They denied that the Moon was Stilton; they denied she was even Dutch;
    They denied that Wishes were Horses; they denied that a Pig had Wings;
    So we worshipped the Gods of the Market Who promised these beautiful things.

    When the Cambrian measures were forming, They promised perpetual peace.
    They swore, if we gave them our weapons, that the wars of the tribes would cease.
    But when we disarmed They sold us and delivered us bound to our foe,
    And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: "Stick to the Devil you know."

    On the first Feminian Sandstones we were promised the Fuller Life
    (Which started by loving our neighbour and ended by loving his wife)
    Till our women had no more children and the men lost reason and faith,
    And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: "The Wages of Sin is Death."

    In the Carboniferous Epoch we were promised abundance for all,
    By robbing selected Peter to pay for collective Paul;
    But, though we had plenty of money, there was nothing our money could buy,
    And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: "If you don't work you die."

    Then the Gods of the Market tumbled, and their smooth-tongued wizards withdrew
    And the hearts of the meanest were humbled and began to believe it was true
    That All is not Gold that Glitters, and Two and Two make Four
    And the Gods of the Copybook Headings limped up to explain it once more.

    As it will be in the future, it was at the birth of Man
    There are only four things certain since Social Progress began.
    That the Dog returns to his Vomit and the Sow returns to her Mire,
    And the burnt Fool's bandaged finger goes wabbling back to the Fire;

    And that after this is accomplished, and the brave new world begins
    When all men are paid for existing and no man must pay for his sins,
    As surely as Water will wet us, as surely as Fire will burn,
    The Gods of the Copybook Headings with terror and slaughter return!

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    1. This reminds me of a more succinct Kipling warning.

      Far called, our navies melt away.
      On dune and headland sinks the fire.
      Lo, all our pomp of yesterday
      Is one with Nineveh and Tyre.
      Judge of the Nations, spare us yet,
      Lest we forget, lest we forget.

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    2. BJ54, that Kipling poem is good in many ways, but its fatal flaw is that he was pointing it not at the ruling elite (morons), but at the commercial sector and its businesspeople.

      Even today, even supposedly "conservative" brits have a bad habit of sneering at businesspeople (I speak from experience) as being sub-humans who care only about "profit" and are beneath the dignity of the high-cultured aristocrats - this of course coming from people who don't have to figure out where their next paycheck is coming from (sound familiar?).

      A key problem with Kipling is that while he was quite brilliant in so many ways, he was basically an upper-class snob. (Side note - upper-class eurosnobs created the Olympics for upper-class eurosnob reasons, but that's a story for another day.) His wife was actually an American - he married into a farm family in Dummerston, Vermont, and they settled there close to his in-laws - had a nice little writing estate for himself essentially. But he eventually fell out with his in-laws - as his wife became less a rock-solid Vermont farm girl (like her rock-solid Vermont farm family) and increasingly took on the airs of an English aristocrat. It got so bad that they left for elsewhere - and ironically, had they not, Kipling would not have had the chance to go all over the place and pick all that material he wrote from (particularly in British India and environs).

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  6. Item 13: What can I say, but, The STUPID is STRONG in these ones!

    Randy at 7:53 AM nailed it.

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  8. ITEM 18: "The liberal push to add the District and Puerto Rico comes as Democrats see adding U.S. Senate seats from those jurisdictions as providing them with a firmer grasp on control of Congress."

    That's meant for the sheep who read that worthless rag. If anyone posting here still does not understand from the Georgia runoff, that your vote means nothing from here on out, if the brain dead, corrupt and compromised china doll is sworn in, then you will never figure it out.

    Judging from all the RINOs that supported the unConstitutional and treasonous certification of the massive, in-our faces fraud, fraught with foreign intervention, CONgress is already in the control of the cabal.

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    1. Amen. We're living in a bizarro world

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    2. FLOey, they're pushing too hard too fast. The Left is all about incrementalism.

      Locking the country down indefinitely, acting in an illegal manner with the kind of effrontery you mention is asking for it.

      Before the Demos had the good sense to deny any of their shenanigans. By shoving it in people's faces and humiliating them with it, you're asking for trouble.

      And the Whigs are supposedly getting ready to "fight" the impeachment, according to Fake News. So, they think they can maintain the illusion of a 2 party system.

      They must think we're dumber than Democrats.

      YMMV

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    Open box! They can't resell it as new!
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    1. I like that, Peter Hein (JimMtnViewCa). I will implement that this week and every week till they wise up.

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    2. I object. This is not a viable way to counter Amazon, and if they decide to no longer offer free return service, it only hits people like me.
      I live 90 miles from any big box shopping, and Amazon, along with UPS/FedEx are a lifeline out here. I'm no more a fan of Bezos than you are, but the business model is more than successful, it is a marvel for our rural lifestyle.
      I don't think it'll work anyway. Amazon's algorithms are very quick to pick up on excessive return rates, and you'll be banned from ordering, unless you plan on re-registering your account every week.

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  10. Pompeo opening up Taiwan - I think Trump is poisoning US relations with Red China as a gift to Biden.

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  11. Time to start a petition to recall Manchin.

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  12. "Not mentioned in the story was Ashli Babbitt, who was [shot and] murdered by an officer."


    FIFY

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    1. They used to be called PEACE OFFICERS now they're Law ENFORCEMENT automatons.

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    2. (Not all of them, of course, but follow the trend.)

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  14. 4. She didn't want the one with dirty knees.

    9. family and friends will be the last to go.

    13. The drums of war will be postponed 100 days.

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  15. Re Cindy McCain (Item 6) Don, from now on IT IS personal. Re Gal Watches; I'm going to get one. I'm tired of constantly checking my phone for the time. And if they are strictly for gals; I'll find a nice lady to give it to.

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  16. 5: OK, maybe I'm wrong here, but the business of Gab and other places getting requests for a job from people who used to work for the Silicon Valley biggies (a lot of Conservative programmers out there) could be a) Lefty infiltrators or b) Conservative programmers. who are finally fed up. It is, after all, how Roger Ailes built Fox News.

    If b, we may be seeing the beginning of those battle lines being drawn, House divided, and whatall.

    I mean it's been there for sometime geographically, so all it may have needed was a catalyst.

    We'll see.

    9: I love it when a plan comes together.

    10: Where are the BLM riots in Redmond?

    11: Welcome to the party, pal.

    12: Althouse had another good piece today. Is she actually waking up?

    13: The Lefties have tried to turn 1/6 into the Reichstag fire, but, the polls say Trump's approval is going up (go figure) (if you believe the polls, of course). Thing is, the Demos seem Hell-bent (literally) to turn what was minor vandalism into the sacking of DC.

    What are they going to do if a few hundred thousand people want to really do a number on the Capitol, and SCROTUS, and the DOJ, and the FIB?

    How many people in this country have firearms these days?

    14: Any real connection? Not in the article, but let's say there was one. Guilty conscience, mayhap?

    15: New York City taxi drivers - who were committing suicide left and right before the pandemic - are in bad shape.

    Um, if they committed suicide, could they be in worse shape?

    PS We'll see who rules what.

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  17. They believe the Supreme Court will uphold an unconstitutional post-presidential conviction designed to bar him from seeking office again.

    SCOTUS will do so, 356-5, Roberts writing the opinion of the 356 (the rest of them cannot write English very well at all.)

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  18. 13) One of President Grant's cabinet members was impeached, he resigned and they still tried him. He was acquitted. So it has been done before, but just because it was done, doesn't make it constitutional. The SCOTUS has been shown to have no backbone so anything is possible

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  19. Item #4: Kamala Harris is notorious for being an A-hole. Perhaps she insulted someone at Vogue and the cover is payback. Also, what a role model for young girls: Ashley, you need to work to control your gag reflex, how do you expect to be selected for higher office if you don't?

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    1. Every time they try to push her as a "role model," we have to push back with her bio.

      Despite coming from a VERY privileged background, she's a talentless, low-energy dud - as her joke of a campaign (which flamed out before any votes were even cast) proved. She went to a very third-gate undergrad school, and then a very third rate law school. Her career limit basically was going to be prosecuting cow-tipping cases in some rural California county.

      But while her ego had written a check that her actually abilities couldn't cash, she wasn't going to let THAT stop her - so when the chance came, she jumped (!) on the chance to wh*re herself out to a (married) powerful man; that was her career-defining event.

      That's not exactly a role model for our young women...

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    2. Despite coming from a VERY privileged background, she's a talentless, low-energy dud

      Also describes the Mocha Messiah.

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  20. Maybe Texas should exercise the option of splitting into 5 separate states?

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  21. Don,
    What's your plan for when Blogger (Google) shuts you down? It's coming. Bet on it.

    1. "Progressivism" is a movement made up of garbage people who know they're garbage people. Unlike Christians who lay their sins on a Savior who willingly accepts them, so called "Progressives" project their garbageness onto others.

    This is why Projection is so embedded in the so called "Progressive". It is part and parcel of their politics as religion.

    3. WV is the reddest state in the Union. I trust the state will do the right thing with this slaver.

    Oh, yeah. My new term for the so called "Progressives" is 'Slavers'. The Democratic Party Is, Has Been, and (dropping the overly generous "apparently" caveat) always Will Be, the Party of Slavery. Slaver is easier to write than 'so called "Progressives"' and more accurately reflects their plans for us.

    4. President Kameltoe "Heels Up" Harris.

    If you think Joe "Who Am I" Biden is going to be a terrible President...

    5. "Conservatives hire for competence. Accomplishment is their currency. [Slavers] (I'm paraphrasing there) hire for politics. Power and loyalty are their currency.

    Conservatives build. Slavers destroy.

    Q: "What did Progressives use for light before candles?"

    A: "Electricity"

    6. Let Cindy McCain be an object lesson of, "The Left will hate living by the rules they've created."

    7. I wonder how many member companies of that organization agree with that urging?

    Appeasement is feeding the alligator hoping it will eat you last.

    8. Crap. Now I have to go buy a watch I don't need?

    9. The Federal Empire's goal is to have 330 million "employees".

    13. I'd say the Swamp Court has no standing.

    19. Get woke. Go broke.

    Except I'd have to start golfing to stop golfing in protest.

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