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Monday, March 01, 2021

Highlights of the News

We fight for a generation yet born.

ITEM 1: President Emeritus Donald John Trump was magnificent in his CPAC speech. He dressed down Chairman Xiden in a manner that no one in the media will.

Neither CNN nor MSNBC carried his speech live because they are afraid of retribution from the federal government. Fox was allowed to broadcast him live because Corporate America and the deep state want to keep up the pretense that we have a free press.

The 45th president won a CPAC straw poll for 2024.

No surprise because he earned the poll by his actions.

ITEM 2: Quotes from our president emeritus include:

"Joe Biden has had the most disastrous first month of any president in modern history... In just one short month, we have gone from America first to America last."

"With your help we will take back the house, we will win the Senate and then a Republican president will make a triumphant return to the White House. And I wonder who that will be."

"There's no reason whatsoever why the vast majority of young Americans should not be back in school immediately. The only reason that most parents do not have that choice is because Joe Biden sold out America's children to the teachers' unions."

"On behalf of the moms, dads and children of America, I call on Joe Biden to get the schools open and get them open now."

"Your families still cannot go out to eat at local restaurants but Joe Biden is bringing in thousands upon thousands of refugees from all over the world — people that nobody knows anything about. We don’t have their crime records, we don’t have their health records, what are they bringing in with them?"

"I may even decide to beat them a third time."

I don't think so. He would be 82 at the end of the term.

ITEM 3: The knives are out for Andrew Cuomo, who killed thousands of grannies in the name of fighting covid. Or in deference to his nickname, Fredo's dumber brother, they are taking him out on a one-way fishing trip.

The covid deaths are not how they plan to bring him down because that would be an admission that the draconian measures Democrats embraced failed.

Sex will do.

The Associated Press reported, "A second former aide said she was sexually harassed by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who responded with a statement Saturday saying he never made advances toward her and never intended to be inappropriate.

"Charlotte Bennett, a health policy adviser in the Democratic governor’s administration until November, told The New York Times Cuomo asked her inappropriate questions about her sex life, including whether she ever had sex with older men.

"Another former aide, Lindsey Boylan, a former deputy secretary for economic development and special adviser to the governor, recently accused Cuomo of subjecting her to an unwanted kiss and inappropriate comments. Cuomo denied the allegations."

How fitting, because sex brought down the man elected before him as governor, Eliot Spitzer.

Maybe Cuomo will land a CNN gig afterward like Spitzer did. Maybe CNN can team the granny-killer with his brother for the Fredo and Fredo Unintended Comedy Hour.

ITEM 4: Flashback to August 14, 2020: "A new poll of potential Democrat candidates for president in 2024 has New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo leading the field -- and it seems no one is more surprised than Cuomo himself."

Now you know why they want to bring him down.

ITEM 5: The Washington Examiner reported, "If House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 commission ever begins work probing the causes and effect of the pro-Trump riots, the role of media perpetuating the former president's claim of election theft should also be included, according to a GOP proponent.

"Said embattled Rep. Liz Cheney, 'I think that, you know, any media organization that was perpetuating the notion — continues to perpetuate the notion — that the election was fraudulent or was stolen is contributing to a very dangerous set of circumstances.' "

Cheney is a radical lefty who wants to shut down any and all dissent.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy should shut her up, citing national security reasons, of course.

By the way, what about media outlets that claimed the 2016 election was fraudulent or was stolen through Russian collusion?

ITEM 6The New York Post reported, "Freshman firebrand Congresswoman Lauren Boebert drew cheers at CPAC Saturday after saying she was no fan of the continued security around Washington, D.C. — and Fort Pelosi.


" 'I wouldn’t be surprised if we start quartering soldiers in the committee hearing rooms,' Boebert said during a gun-rights panel at the annual GOP confab.

" 'There’s plenty in the parking garages at Fort Pelosi. Maybe we can start unreasonably seizing and searching members of Congress. Oh, wait, we’re already doing that in House chambers,' she added.

"National Guard troops and barricades have been a mainstay in the Capitol since the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection. A growing number of lawmakers have begun to question the optics of the continued security measures."

It is interesting that Chairman Xiden is using state militia rather than federal troops to shut down demonstrations and protests in the capital.

ITEM 7: The Food and Drug Administration announced, "Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the third vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The EUA allows the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine to be distributed in the U.S for use in individuals 18 years of age and older."

It is a one-shot vaccine.

I may wait for the sugar cube.

Operation Warp Speed will liberate our country from ogres like Whitmer (aka Whitler) and DeWine (aka De Whiner).

ITEM 8: The Hill reported, "The Nebraska Republican Party officially rebuked Sen. Ben Sasse Saturday over his vote in favor of impeaching former President Trump earlier this month, CNN reports."

Nebraska elected a Republican who turned into a Democrat.

ITEM 9: NDTV reported, "Multiple blasts shook Riyadh on Saturday as Saudi state television reported that a missile attack launched by Yemen's Huthi rebels had been thwarted.

"The Iran-backed Huthis have escalated attacks on the kingdom, while they step up an offensive to seize the Saudi-backed Yemeni government's last northern stronghold of Marib."

I wonder if that was Israeli Iron Dome technology at work.

ITEM 10: John Harwood of CNN reported, "White evangelicals' dominance of the GOP has turned it into the party of resistance."

Just like white atheists turned Democrats into the party of resistance 4 years ago.

ITEM 11The Verge reported, "Minneapolis is hiring social media influencers to share 'city-generated and approved messages' during the trials of four former city police officers charged in the May 2020 killing of George Floyd, according to the Minnesota Reformer. The Minneapolis city council approved the plan on Friday, which calls for six influencers to be paid about $2,000 each to spread the city’s messages with Black, Native American, Hmong, and Latino communities."

This is government-paid jury tampering,

Hitler and Stalin tip their hats.

ITEM 12: Just the News reported, "A prominent, male scholar who once sat on the board of the National Organization for Women is now sounding the alarm on what he calls a crisis of fatherlessness, putting him at odds with his former colleagues.

"While feminists often call for society to 'dismantle the patriarchy,' Warren Farrell, who has taught at seven universities, including Georgetown, Rutgers and American University, said he has tracked a dismantling of fatherhood in many communities that has wreaked a devastating toll on boys and men, including a rise in gangs, homelessness and domestic and foreign terrorism."

The problem is men often divorce their children as well as their wives. 

ITEM 13: CNBC reported, "Iran rejects informal nuke talks with U.S. and EU, insists Biden drop sanctions first."

Chairman Xiden will say yes master.

Interestingly, CNBC filed this story under politics.

Politics once ended at the water's edge. Of course, politicians in Washington used to work for the United States.

ITEM 14: United Press International reported, "An iceberg the size of Los Angeles broke off the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica on Friday, but chances of it moving a significant distance or running aground are still unknown, according to the British Antarctic Survey.

"The iceberg had been slowly breaking away from the Brunt Ice Shelf, a nearly 500-foot-thick floating ice shelf, at about a half-mile per day since January as it pushed northeast. That crack widened several hundred feet in a matter of hours Friday before completely breaking free."

This is called calving. It is a sign that Antarctica has too much ice.

ITEM 15: CNS News reported, "The Dutch parliament issued a resolution declaring that Communist China’s treatment of the Muslim Uyghurs constitutes genocide. This was the first such declaration by a European nation."

Netherlands did Anne Frank proud.

ITEM 16Albert Hunt wrote, "The Conservative Political Action Committee's annual presidential preference poll over the years was won four times by Mitt Romney, three times by Jack Kemp and once by George W. Bush.

"None would be welcome at the conference held this week in Orlando, Fla.

"This right-wing confab now is more TPAC — as in Trump — than CPAC. The former president reasserted his dominance of the Republican party through 2024. Differences, much less dissent, are verboten. Former Vice President Mike Pence isn't attending, knowing he'd face a hostile reception after refusing last month to violate the law and reject the electoral votes on the presidential election."

Why would it not be TPAC?

President Emeritus Donald Trump succeeded. He cut taxes, he cut regulations, and he cut the unemployment rate to 3.5%.

Kemp would be welcome because he was a true conservative and not a creature of DC.

But Romney was never particularly conservative as a governor and in the Senate he has turned into the 51st Democrat senator.

ITEM 17: The New York Post reported, "A federal judge on Friday approved a $650 million settlement of a privacy lawsuit against Facebook for allegedly using photo face-tagging and other biometric data without the permission of its users.

"U.S. District Judge James Donato approved the deal in a class-action lawsuit that was filed in Illinois in 2015. Nearly 1.6 million Facebook users in Illinois who submitted claims will be affected.

"Donato called it one of the largest settlements ever for a privacy violation."

Members of the class get $345 each.

The class-action lawyers earned their haul. Some ambulances need chasing.

ITEM 18: Fast Company reported, "The 6 best jokes from Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s Golden Globes monologue."

The story said, "While encouraging the audience of first responders and essential workers in attendance to let loose just like the stars, they suggested that in a normal year, 'Quentin Tarantino would be just crawling under the tables touching people’s feet.' "

And the list ended with Fey saying, "French Exit is what I did after watching the first episode of Emily in Paris."

They really miss President Trump, don't they?

And hey, aren't those police and other first responders that Hollywood honored the same people that liberals demanded we defund as they burned cities down?

ITEM 19: Salon reported, "Calling for any immigration or refugee policy at the U.S. border impacting unaccompanied minors to put the 'child’s best interests' first and foremost, Amnesty International on Tuesday responded to the Biden administration’s reopening of a controversial detention center in Texas by warning against any return to the cruel and unacceptable conditions of the past."

The best place for these children are their homes thousands of miles away where people speak their language, share their customs, and know who they are.

FINALLY, President Trump rocked and rolled for 90 minutes in a speech at CPAC on Sunday.

Chairman Xiden could not read a list of names of congressmen. Aussie journalists are calling the dotard out.

55 comments:

  1. I’m just waiting for Joe Mama to slip up here soon and refer to “President Soros.” Ohhh, that Joe! Such a kidder!!

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  2. ITEM 2: "I may even decide to beat them a third time." I don't think so. He would be 82 at the end of the term.

    So what? I’ll leave that decision up to Trump.

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    1. I second. Mr. T’s schedule as POTUS would’ve put ME, a 62 year old, in the hospital. And a day without my 1 PM nap? Unthinkable. His motor revs higher and longer. That’s how God made him.

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  3. Item 13. It's no wonder dad's quit on their kids. The legal system favors the poor mother and actively works to keep the father away from his children. Reform is needed so men start at 50/50 custody rathr than the default of every other weekend. I had to fight to keep my kids every step of the way...

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    1. Men on Strike. Good book.

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    2. A father going into divorce court needs to prepare to be chastened and described as unfit to raise children. The mother is always the hero and you, dear old dad, WILL PAY! They don't care if you're not left enough to live on and if you go get a second job they take you back to court and increase the payment. If you miss a payment its off to jail for you. I managed to survive and stay out of jail. I also maintained a great relationship with my children but it was a struggle. Now they're grown and I get to bounce my grandchildren on my knee.

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  4. Still can't wait for that 3am phone call . Jill or Cameltoe? Who's got the Football. ?

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    1. With biden you have to worry about the 3pm phone call.

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    2. Jim and the 2pm phone call and the noon phone call and the 9am phone........

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  5. Still can't wait for that 3am phone call . Jill or Cameltoe? Who's got the Football. ?

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    1. Since she was out of the loop on bombing Syria, I think we can eliminate Harris.

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    2. They won’t bother to call the white house. Sotero’s handlers will be getting the call.

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  6. 11 - Two grand is pretty lowball for good influencing work, even in a hellhole like Minneapolis. I'd hold out for five.

    But I'll tell you all this, and it's free. George OD'd on fentanyl and the cops did their jobs.

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  7. 14 - too bad it wasn’t Los Angeles that broke off from the mainland and drifted into the pacific.

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  8. man, he looked great didn't he? Sounded great...I didn't count one "uh" or "y'know" or senior moment...just a powerful locomotive at full steam. I'll take our Very Stable Genius at 82 over anyone inside the beltway at 40!

    BTW, as I recommended right here on this website several days ago, he was introduced as the "45th President of the United States"...perfect intro IMHO...they just left out the "47th" part, but we'll catch up soon enough. MAGA y'all

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  9. Item 1: "President Emeritus Donald John Trump was magnificent in his CPAC speech. He dressed down Chairman Xiden in a manner that no one in the media will." As I keep on keeping on saying, I don;'t KNOW if the media is/are a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Dem Party, or if it's the other way round (50-50? 75-25??), but it's OBVIOUS the they are in CAHOOTS!

    Item 11: I used to hear of "Minnesota Nice" NOW, it's "Minnesota nasty."


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  10. like Whitmer (aka Whitler)
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    In Michigan she's more commonly referred to as "1/2Wit". Closer to the truth and avoids the overused nazi reference.

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  11. Nebraska always elects senators who are contrarian to their party. It's how they get attention and exercise a little power as they need to be bribed to go along. That's a little power. Nebraskans fear nobody will notice them without this hook. Time for a re-think.

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  12. "Former Vice President Mike Pence isn't attending, knowing he'd face a hostile reception after refusing last month to violate the law and reject the electoral votes on the presidential election." I agree he would not have gotten a warm welcome, however what law would he have broken to send to the legislatures for confirmation of the illegal voting in the 4 swing states that violated the US Constitution; PA violated their own constitution too.

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    1. I also want to know what law the VP would have violated to to insist on verification of ballots.

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  13. The idol worship returns with a vengeance yesterday! No doubt the idolaters here will be buying on mass the golden ever trumpcalves for their altars.

    Forget the Bible which commands not to put your faith and trust in princes or horses.

    Which is precisely what the rubes love to do. Its all they know its their reason for being even while the society around them crumbles.

    Useful idiots indeed. Surber wants you to look at China as your enemy when your enemies are right here in your schools your churches and your courts.

    End all trade with China and all will be well again! His crystal ball says so and golden idol says so.

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  14. FINALLY - Biden has become such a shell of his former self that if you put your ear to him, you could hear the ocean.

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  15. I wonder if that was Israeli Iron Dome technology at work.

    Of course it was! When you fire missiles at yourself its really easy to pick them off like that. Then the racists can applaud you for your amazing technology!

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  16. This is government-paid jury tampering,

    Duh. What do you think the proverbial perp walk is? A parade?

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  17. Netherlands did Anne Frank proud.

    Gee you love Chinese muslims but hate Persian muslims. Sounds schizophrenic to me!

    Or is it politics? Gee I thought politics ended at the border?

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  18. But Romney was never particularly conservative as a governor

    Really? Then how were you fooled in 2012? Which is it?

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  19. (Preface - I have read the comments already posted and acknowledge them for their quality. Rather than just do a scattershot of replies, I'll just do a gander-dump here.)

    2 - When I was a young gen-x-er, I used to complain that too much of being "allowed" to do things was based on numerical age rather than demonstrated competence. If PDJT is this clear and energetic at whatever his age is, I don't see why his numerical age should matter. Is he the best person to lead going forward? That's all I care about.

    (Side note, and a chance to pick on the boomers. :-) Back in 1980, the boomer types were apoplectic about Ronald Reagan's age. "Oh, he's SOOOOO OLD! Anyone that old has to be completely senile! If he's not senile, all he'll do is nap in the Oval Office. And anyone that old is likely to drop dead at any moment! 'Reagan80' means 'Bush81'!!" RR was 68 at the time - the same age that shrillary was in 2016. Ha ha.)

    3 - I'll complain again that no one seems to be adding in that for both of those NY turkeys, both are MARRIED MEN doing this. A single, unattached guy doing these things would be low class, but MARRIED MEN are NOT supposed to be fishing around for maybe some luck with younger women on staff (or frequenting "escorts"). Anyone else alarmed that marital status never gets mentioned in the cuomo stories?

    6 - There are some legalisms involved with deploying regular troops domestically, such as the Posse Comitatus Act (1878/1879-ish). I doubt that the left cares that much about the law, but the optics would be even more dreadful than they already are; they can get away with using the NG more easily.

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    1. __The Governor is divorced; still creepy, but divorced! ZB

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    2. One of my favorite memes:

      "How old would you be, if you didn't know your real age?"

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  20. 12 - We need to bring back the patriarchy, stat. For a long time, there was plenty of feminist ideology that much of society's problems were CAUSED by fatherhood - that men existed only to brutalize women, that boys learned all this from their fathers, and that the "solution" was to remove fathers from the lives of a couple generations of boys so that feminists could raise them... and thus the "brutalization" would cease and not be passed on, ever again. (Yeah, that's one way that "feminists" made single-motherhood a positive and heroic lifestyle.) (And when the upper-crust feminists do take up with some biological male, it's the non-men men who are weak, meek, stupid, and easily manipulated. As I said above, we need to bring back the "patriarchy," stat.)

    14 - As per a comment about about LA breaking off and floating away... well, it's actually going to happen if you wait long enough! According to my geologist friends, LA is not on the North American plate (while Tokyo is!) but on a small land bit that is on the eastern edge of the Pacific plate; the Pacific plate is grinding northward along that edge - hence the San Andreas fault. On the geologic scale, LA will slide north and pass by SF (!!) - and that little slice of Pacific Plate land will break off from the mainland, rotate north into the area of the Aleutians, and then disappear as it is subducted under that edge of the North American plate. California is doomed, but it will take quite a few million years to happen...

    16 - Good get, he's totally wrong about Jack Kemp not being welcome. As I've said before, somewhere Jack Kemp is smiling, as the GOP (driven by Donald Trump) finally becomes the party that he envisioned more than 40 years ago.

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  21. FINALLY - Someone noted above that kammy was out of the loop on the airstrike and is furious about it - maybe she'll figure what we already knew, that she's just another placeholder (and one reason not to let them invoke the 25th amendment is to force them to be stuck with their moronic placeholders). As for what the heck is going on with sniffy, methinks that Mark Steyn (over at his site, steynonline.com) has noted reality recently:

    "For Jill Biden, it is a full time job, she sits next to her husband as his handler, and when he gets confused about where he is or what he's talking about or the name of whoever it is he's meant to be meeting, she jumps in and does clean up,' Mr Steyn told Sky News host Chris Kenny.

    "So if you say to me, who's setting China policy, who's setting immigration policy, I don't know who it is in there who's doing it.

    "But I know one thing for certain, it isn't Joe Biden."

    Yep.

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  22. And thanks much Big D! Very content-rich round-up this morning. Among other things, that means that a lot of good things are starting to happen...

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    1. Poster recaps always welcome...thanks, Mr. Gander and all, even the malcontent posts. zb

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  23. #3 The picture of the current mobster Governor of New York is similar to another famous mobster of the past. Do you remember they wanted Al Capone on murder charges but settled on tax evasion?

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  24. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    1: “This Election Was Rigged and the Supreme Court and Other Courts Did Not Want to Do Anything About It” – Trump

    No Emeritus about it, from the man himself.

    This is not over.

    2: I don't think he meant running in '24.

    As I say, no Emeritus about it.

    3: At this point, he's radioactive.

    And they need a sacrificial goat or 2 for the rubes.

    Who turned out to be smarter than they thought.

    5: Tough to shut down the truth, hon.

    6: It is interesting that Chairman Xiden is using state militia rather than federal troops to shut down demonstrations and protests in the capital.

    More like a bridge to far. What happens if, ordered to fire, those troops refuse to fire on their own people?

    8: Lots like that.

    10: Just like white atheists turned Democrats into the party of resistance 4 years ago.

    More like 54 years ago.

    12: Most divorces are initiated by women. Wonder how many screw the men on visitation?

    17: A bridge way too far. Zuck let it all go to his odd little head.

    Big mistake.

    FINALLY: What am I doing here?

    He wants to go back to DE.

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    1. ordered to fire? They have no ammunition for their firearms (too dangerous you know). But it sure looks dangerous. Doesn't it?

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    2. "What happens if, ordered to fire, those troops refuse to fire on their own people?"

      FWIW, that's basically what happened in Romania in December 1989, especially in Bucharest itself.

      As the unrest grew and grew, the Ceausescus ordered the army to come in and fire on the demonstrators - and the army refused to open fire. So the Ceausescus brought in the party-loyal Securitate to do the job - and they opened fire. This caused the army to open fire on the Securitate.

      The army then fought and defeated the Securitate. The Ceausescus fled Bucharest but were captured later and given what they deserved.

      By that point, Nicolai was an enfeebled old man, and his younger wife Elena was pulling the strings and insisting that everyone acknowledge her sketchy-at-best "doctorate."

      Hmm...

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    3. __It's why the Praetorians of Ancient Rome, and the Nazi SS were stand-alones from the military...Biden will surround himself with those types that would fire on Americans, for sure. ZB

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  25. #14 The size of Los Angeles? Why is this newsworthy? As ice pack breakaways, this is a VERY small piece of ice. The least ice break news was a couple years ago, and it was the size of an entire state.

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  26. RE #12 and subsequent comments on here. Divorce has very little to do with this problem. The problem is a 75% illegitimacy rate in black community and whites are doing their best to catch up! These father's aren't divorcing these women, they just impregnate and move on like a bumblebee pollinating flowers.

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    1. I'll just note something very political incorrect - why do these women put up with it?

      Seriously, when you look at those social problems, you have to figure that if the women wouldn't think so highly of t*rds of that type, the problem would go away...

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    2. Single mothers with seven kids, all with different last names, and not a daddy in sight. Dudes bragging about having two dozen kids and never having been married.

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  27. Item 7 - I'm not getting vaccinated because I don't know what to believe about it because it's been so politicized. I do know that everyone that I know who caught WuFlu survived. They also caught it because they were in the hospital as either a patient or a visiting relative. So I'm staying out of hospitals.

    I'm going with the Halo Effect - if everyone around me is vaccinated, they won't pass WuFlu to me.

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  28. Kyle Becker @kylenabecker
    31 million viewers for Donald Trump's CPAC speech.
    And that was just online. It was the real #SOTU address that Americans needed.

    Jason D. Meister @jason_meister
    President Trump’s speech at #CPAC2021 eclipsed 31 million live viewers on social media.

    GhostOAngie3 @OAngie3
    Yep. My parents & grandparents watched on CSPAN. Plenty like them.
    10:55 AM · Mar 1, 2021

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  29. Who in their right minds these days would join or remain on a police force in a Democrat-dominated State?

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  30. "I don't think so. He would be 82 at the end of the term."

    If past is prologue he'll be a young 82 and nothing says he has to stay for the full four years. He could hand it off to Desantis and let him be in for roughly a decade.

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  31. "House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy should shut her [Liz Cheney] up, citing national security reasons, of course."


    Why would he? He's a John Boehner acolyte, don't you remember? Rhetorical question as you clearly don't.

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  32. "Nebraska elected a Republican who turned into a Democrat."

    That's the usual trend. It never seems to go the OTHER way. It's the Ratchet Effect.

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