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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Let us start the day with good news.

The Quinnipiac Poll announced, "Voters in Texas give President Joe Biden a negative 32%-61% job approval rating. This marks a 24-point net change from June 2021, when 45% of Texas voters approved of the job he was doing and 50% disapproved."

That's a net minus 29.

The poll asked about the border crisis (a net minus 51 for Biden) but not about Afghanistan.

Governor Abbott is underwater, but Beto the Beta Boy O'Rourke is even deeper in the water.

ITEM 2: WND, citing a Christian ministry report, said, "Census data found that 11.1% of U.S. households with school-aged children are now homeschooling. That’s double the number from before the pandemic."

Well, it must be all those rednecks, right?

The report said, "The percentage of homeschooling children also spreads across different ethnicities. The group found that 9.7% of white families, 12.1% of Hispanic families, 8.8% of Asian families, and 16.1% of black families have pulled their children out of public schools to homeschool them."

Homeschooling may close the SAT gap, which Asians dominate and blacks are way behind as the percentage of homeschooled black kids is nearly double the percentage of Asian kids.

ITEM 3: Homeschooling will have little effect on public schools. The unions are too powerful. Schools will double down on indoctrination.

But the societal effects could be monumental. 

I know not what direction that will be. But the number of homeschooling parents who teach Christianity is encouraging.

ITEM 4: The New York Post reported, "ESPN on-air personality Sage Steele went public with concerns she has with the Walt Disney Company’s vaccine mandate, which includes employees of the sports network.

"During an appearance on the 'Uncut with Jay Cutler' podcast, Steele explained that she had gotten vaccinated against COVID-19 that day but didn’t want to do it."

She said, "I work for a company that mandates it and I had until September 30th to get it done or I’m out. I respect everyone’s decision, I really do, but to mandate it is sick and it’s scary to me in many ways. I just, I’m not surprised it got to this point, especially with Disney, I mean a global company like that."

I hate to break this to her, but she works for Red China because Disney does.

You can call President Trump anything you want on Planet Disney, just don't badmouth Red China.

ITEM 5: Politico reported, "Top Defense officials testified on the messy U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Here's some of what we learned."

The Democrat house organ's report was very sobering.

It said, "Biden's toughest moment: Perhaps the toughest headline for President Joe Biden to come out of this hearing will be this one: Top generals flat-out contradicted the president, under oath, about their advice to him in the early stages of the decision-making process. Gen. Mark Milley, chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, U.S. Central Command chief, told senators that they recommended keeping 2,500 troops on the ground — Biden said in August he didn't recall anyone advising him to keep residual troops."

But Milley said the surrender (his word was withdrawal) was a "strategic failure" but a "logistical success."


Milley left tens of thousands of American citizens and green-card holders behind, along with $90 billion in cash and war materiel.

And less than a month after our retreat, we are preparing to bomb the hell out of Afghanistan.

ITEM 6: In the 21st century, racism is marketed as anti-racism.

And in this case, sexism too.

ITEM 7: Hamas-Shielding AP reported, "After five years of legal battles, gentrification concerns and a federal review, Barack and Michelle Obama dug shovels into the ground Tuesday during a celebratory groundbreaking on their legacy project in a lakefront Chicago park.

"Construction on the Obama Presidential Center along Lake Michigan, near the Obama family home and where the former president started his political career on Chicago’s South Side, officially began last month."

Presidential center. It's not a library.

ITEM 8: Haaretz reported, "Covid in Israel: The 17% Unvaccinated Make Up 60% of Deaths This Week."

That 60% is 85 deaths, which means 55 or so deaths were among the vaccinated.

As a reader pointed out, "17% unvaccinated account for 60% of the covid deaths in Israel.

"83% of vaccinated account for 40% of the deaths."

This means the vaccinations aren't perfect, but they are better than nothing. About 7 times better.

But, you do you.

ITEM 9: The New York Times reported, "Stephanie Grisham's Book Details Trump's ‘Terrifying’ Temper."

3.5% unemployment.

Smallest illegal alien invasion in decades.

No U.S. deaths in Afghanistan in his final 11 months.

No new wars.

Allies finally living up to their end of the bargain on NATO.

But he wrote mean tweets. Waah!

ITEM 10: The Texas Tribune reported, "Texas court orders release of more than 200 migrants imprisoned in Gov. Greg Abbott’s border security clampdown."

Release them to Mexico.

ITEM 11: The Washington Post reported, "N.C. hospital system fires about 175 workers in one of the largest-ever mass terminations due to a vaccine mandate."

Wait a second.

The excuse for the vaccine mandates is we don't want hospitals overrun with covid patients.

And they are firing workers?

I hope the hospital's malpractice insurance is fully paid, and I wonder if the CEO can be held criminally responsible for any deaths this causes.

ITEM 12: Byron York reported, "Remember when President Joe Biden stunned the political world by threatening to veto a bipartisan $1.1 trillion traditional infrastructure spending bill that he, Joe Biden, had just encouraged the Senate to pass? It was a bizarre moment, but Biden was accommodating House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who planned to use the bipartisan bill as a hostage to force the passage of the much larger, partisan, $3.5 trillion social and climate spending bill that Democrats wanted. If you want the traditional infrastructure spending, Pelosi told House members, you'll have to vote for the $3.5 trillion in left-wing Democratic priorities, too.

"Now Pelosi has caved. Reports say she will allow the House to vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill on Thursday. The reason is that the $3.5 trillion bill has just not come together in the Senate. No one seems to know what Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema will vote for, and without all 50 Democratic senators on board, the bill will go nowhere. At the very least, it will take a while to do.

"Meanwhile, the $1.1 trillion traditional infrastructure bill has been passed by the Senate. All the House has to do is vote on it. Lawmakers can pass it anytime and send it to the president's desk for signature. And they will do so; there is no way in the world Democrats will just leave $1.1 trillion sitting on the table. And why keep waiting for a $3.5 trillion pie-in-the-sky bill that might or might not happen and in any event will involve more infighting among Democrats? Pass the $1.1 trillion now. Take the win."

I disagree.

Democrats always win the debt ceiling game.

Play on.

ITEM 13: The Wall Street Journal reported, "131 federal judges have violated U.S. law and judicial ethics by overseeing court cases involving companies in which they or their family owned stock.

"A Wall Street Journal investigation found that judges have improperly failed to disqualify themselves from 685 court cases around the nation since 2010. The jurists were appointed by nearly every president from Lyndon Johnson to Donald Trump.

"About two-thirds of federal district judges disclosed holdings of individual stocks, and nearly one of every five who did heard at least one case involving those stocks.

"Alerted to the violations by the Journal, 56 of the judges have directed court clerks to notify parties in 329 lawsuits that they should have recused themselves. That means new judges might be assigned, potentially upending rulings.

"When judges participated in such cases, about two-thirds of their rulings on motions that were contested came down in favor of their or their family’s financial interests."

Either prosecute or repeal the law.

ITEM 14: The Washington Post reported, "The feared eviction ‘tsunami’ has not yet happened.  Experts are conflicted on why."

Evictions are the last thing a landlord wants because the apartment sits empty and evicted tenants may leave a huge expensive mess.

Had the government butted out, landlords and tenants would have worked this out. But good economics is not always good politics, is it?

ITEM 15: Axios polled people. It reported, "45% of those surveyed say they trust Biden a great deal or a fair amount to provide them with accurate information about the virus and pandemic, while 53% said they have little or no trust in him."

Credibility is difficult to attain, and easy to lose. 

ITEM 16: Reuters reported, "More than 80 aid workers including some employed by the World Health Organization (WHO) were involved in incidents of sexual abuse and exploitation during an Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo, an independent commission said on Tuesday.

"The probe was prompted by an investigation last year by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and The New Humanitarian in which more than 50 women accused aid workers from the WHO and other charities of demanding sex in exchange for jobs between 2018-2020.

"In its long-awaited report, the commission found that some 21 of 83 alleged perpetrators were employed by the WHO, and that the abuses, which included nine allegations of rape, were committed by both national and international staff."

For the sake of their daughters and sons, I beg the nations of Africa to ban WHO.

ITEM 17: CBC reported, "Private proof-of-vaccination app Portpass exposed personal information, including the driver's licenses, of what could be as many as hundreds of thousands of users by leaving its website unsecured. 

"On Monday evening, CBC News received a tip that the user profiles on the app's website could be accessed by members of the public.

"CBC is not sharing how to access those profiles, in order to protect users' personal information, but has verified that email addresses, names, blood types, phone numbers, birthdays, as well as photos of identification like driver's licenses and passports can easily be viewed by reviewing dozens of users' profiles.

"The information was not encrypted and could be viewed in plain text."

Why do we still trust the government?


Why do we trust computers?

ITEM 18: The Post Millennial reported, "NBC contributor Noah Berlatsky is now the Communications Director for Prostasia, a not-for-profit group that is reportedly attempting to legitimize pedophilia under the guise of helping children. As part of his work with the group, he has written about legitimizing trans children, conducted interviews about the positive impact of pornography on children, and how the best way to help children who are trafficked into the sex trade is to "decriminalize the sex industry."

"Prostasia offers pedophiles a MAP Support Club, which 'is a peer support chat for minor-attracted people who are fundamentally against child sexual abuse and committed to never harm children, and is a safe space to have peer support in times of trouble.' This group is for people who are aged 13 and up."

Minor-attracted people?


As long as he is on its payroll, NBC is supporting pedophilia.

ITEM 19: We're the government. You don't tell us what to do.

Virginia has not been run by such a dumbass state government since the Confederacy. And that covers 100 years of Democrat segregationist rule. 

McAuliffe will continue the insipidness.

FINALLY, coming up at 11, "If navel gazing were an Olympic sport, CNN would be the dream team."


  1. A quick morning shout out to our resident Hemorrhoid with ears, edutcher who attacks everyone in his quest to spread disinformation. Tell us again how Xiden would have won even without the cheating you HiLlARy supporting maggot.

    1. Such language.

      And I never said such a thing. You have.

    2. Do you want dates and times el douchebag?

    3. Here they are:
      edutcherSeptember 16, 2021 at 3:27 PM

      The fact the Demos cheated in an election where they probably had it sewn anyway tells the public all the talk about '22 and '24 would appear to be smoke and mirrors unless the public stands up and fights back.

      Was getting rid of President Donald John Trump worth it?

      Of course they would say, "Yes", but, when in the course of human events..., when the people rise up and do something about the crooks in the grand old American tradition, they may come to reflect on the folly of their actions.

      JeremyRSeptember 16, 2021 at 3:43 PM

      So you think the donks had it sewn? You think they would have won without cheating.
      Every day you begin with Donald John Trump is still our President, yet you clearly do NOT believe it. Who's the ROLCON? Obviously it's you el douche.
      JeremyRSeptember 16, 2021 at 3:46 PM

      Your quote el douche, in case you decide to see delete your comment.
      "The fact the Demos cheated in an election where they probably had it sewn anyway tells the public all the talk about '22 and '24 would appear to be smoke and mirrors unless the public stands up and fights back"
      zregimeSeptember 17, 2021 at 8:20 AM

      I’m buying Ed a mocha grande to wake his ass up.
      Yup, you said Xiden would have won!
      Next up, you attack someone for calling the government liars liars;
      J in StLSeptember 28, 2021 at 5:53 PM

      They're lying.
      We know they're lying.
      They know we know they're lying.
      But they still lie.

      edutcherSeptember 28, 2021 at 5:56 PM

      Just like you, Jeffery.
      JeremyRSeptember 29, 2021 at 6:59 AM

      So, el douchebag, are you saying that the government ISN'T lying? Is Dirty Tony telling us the truth? GYHOYA dude.

      And next we have you defending Sniffy;

      lyn5September 28, 2021 at 11:24 AM

      Fuck Joe Biden.

      Schlongtavious LardmasterSeptember 28, 2021 at 12:16 PM

      edutcherSeptember 28, 2021 at 12:22 PM

      Too bad Jeffery now has to worry which of his Commie masters is calling the shots.

      You also defend the Bush family you gentleman of gentlemen;

      Epstein did not kill himselfSeptember 22, 2021 at 7:45 PM

      Bush is painting a self-portrait here. By supporting Cheney and thwarting the will of the American people and also following with the media and the brainwashed masses, his permanent image will be of cowardice.

      edutcherSeptember 22, 2021 at 7:49 PM

      Shove it, Jeffery.

      here's another of you defending HiLlARy's honor you gentleman you;

      JeremyRSeptember 20, 2021 at 10:09 AM

      #13. They just came looking for the relief money HiLlARy stole.

      edutcherSeptember 20, 2021 at 10:24 AM

      Why don't you show them where it is, Jeffery?

      My oh my, here you are showing your hate for any who would dare to mock Sniffy;

      lyn5September 18, 2021 at 3:18 PM

      Welcome to Bidenville!

      edutcherSeptember 18, 2021 at 4:17 PM

      And you couldn't be happier, could you, Jeffery?

      And how DARE anyone question the esteemed John (Bull{shi}) Durham when Eldouche lurks;

      SaguaroJackSeptember 18, 2021 at 12:33 PM

      John Durham, establishment gameplayer.

      edutcherSeptember 18, 2021 at 12:37 PM

      More sock puppets, Jeffery?

      I'd think you had more than enough here.

      Now you can go delete your comments, but they are preserved here until Don chooses to delete them. Cheers.

    4. Nice work JeremyR. In his defense, when I was a fall down drunk, I didn't always remember the stuff I said and did the day before

  2. We are and have always been just one generation away from losing the Republic. “But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”

    1. Come into his presence with singing.


  3. #7. So no coloring books? Not even his favorite My little Pony one? So sad. At least worthless Willie's has his favorite adult magazines in the adults only section, and highlights of Epstein Island romps for the select few.

    1. There will be one book in the building. In a glass case, protected like the Declaration, Constitution and Bill of Rights in the National Archives (for now) - Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals.

    2. What would they put in an Obama library? All his records are "lost", destroyed, or under permanent lock and key.

    3. FBO puts sociopaths to shame.

  4. #8. Those unvaccinated died because they came in contact with vaxed super spreaders.

    1. This means the vaccinations aren't perfect, but they are better than nothing. About 7 times better.

      Dr Scott Atlas is a fan of the vaccine. He said so in a recent interview with Epoch Times. Atlas is the guy Trump hired and DeSantis relies on.

    2. Considering the number of injuries tracked by VAERS, I see no point in getting"vaccinated" against something this minor.

    3. Re #8: I bet none of the deceased were given ivermectin nor hydrochloroquin early in the diagnosis. Here in FL, it's easier to buy an 8ball of coke than ivermectin.

    4. I believe TO is right. To the extent that I'm personally aware of (admittedly quite limited), here in Israel those who come down with COVID are basically told, "Go home and wait until you either get better, or get bad enough to be hospitalized." No HCQ given, no IVM, no suggestion to boost intake of vit C or D, no nuthin' but just wait for the Grim Reaper to either notice you or stroll on past.

      (TO - Coke comes in an 8 ball? I thought it came in a curvy greenish-tinged bottle! 😁)

  5. 19: If I were President and I was doing my job properly, there would be reports I had terrible temper. How about y’all?

    1. Over my Whitehouse would be a no fly zone, to keep the innocents away from the FREQUENT mushroom clouds. But the morticians would love me. Until I finished cleaning out the cesspool, at least.

    2. Trump is a 🦁.

  6. Item 19.

    The bagman for that bag Hillary...

  7. Item 9: 112 months is 9 years, 4 months.

    Trump came down the escalator about 75 months ago.

  8. Item 10: “Release them to Mexico.” Release them at Mexico’s furthest southern city. If they want to be here so much, let them walk the 1500 miles to the U.S. from Cancun — again!

    1. They didn’t walk in the first place.

    2. Cancun isn't that far, Jeffery, and they can get a boat. Try Tuxtla Gutierrez.

  9. ITEM 8: This means the vaccinations aren't perfect, but they are better than nothing. About 7 times better
    Dr. Joseph Mercola disagrees with you: How the Spike Protein Hurts the Heart The FDA ignored warnings before the vaccine was distributed that it would likely cause organ damage; data published before and after the program was initiated showed it was the spike protein that damaged the microvasculature. … As of September 3, 2021, the vaccine adverse event reporting system (VAERS)4 had received 675,591 reports of adverse events following vaccination. Of these, there were 14,506 deaths, 6,422 heart attacks and 5,371 cases of pericarditis or myocarditis. It is important to note that the VAERS has tracked adverse events since 1990. In 2019, there were 605 reports of deaths from all vaccines given. In 2021, there were 14,594 deaths reported in nine months.

    1. Don is doing what is called “whistling through the graveyard.” I wish him luck, hundreds of millions need a lot of luck.

    2. I respect Don's decision, and he respects mine.

    3. For people over 60, the virus risk is greater than the vaccine risk.
      For people under 40, the vaccine risk is greater than the virus risk.

      It's seems to be part of the human psyche to be a zealot on both sides of every issue. Human nature is religious, not scientific.

    4. Well stated knifecatcher. Logic has largely been lost in this whole discussion.

    5. In my opinion, the biggest problem is semantics. By calling this a “vaccine,” it claims equivalence to beneficial vaccines that protect against measles, mumps, diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, the flu (more or less), and in an earlier era, smallpox and polio.

      But the mRNA concoction is not a traditional vaccine. It is RNA, a nuclei acid that is involved in the regulation and expression of genes. The genes regulated by the injected RNA are the person’s own genes — their created-at-conception genetic makeup — and does not affect the virus at all. The goal is to tell (the “messenger” part of mRNA) a person’s own genes to reject the virus.

      This is completely unlike a true vaccine, whose goal is to train your body to recognize the virus as an invading organism so that your immune system will destroy the invader using cells specifically designed (by God) for that purpose — B-cells, T-cells, and NK (natural killer) cells.

      Receiving an injection of mRNA to change your genetic makeup makes you a “genetically modified organism” (GMO), just like food crops that have been genetically modified for drought resistance, pest resistance, longer shipping life, etc. I prefer to be non-GMO.

    6. And may I add Randy, IF the mRNA changes genetic makeup AND IF the virus was created in a lab... then the virus lab could manipulate again the virus to severely impact or kill immediately those who have had their genetic makeup changed.
      But the Communist would NEVER kill millions of people would they??? China could destroy America without firing a shot in this way.

    7. Is forcing people into a medical experiment without informed consent a crime? Is withholding inexpensive, proven treatment to justify an "emergency authorization" a crime? 3,000 doctors have signed a document calling it a crime against humanity. Is there a jail large enough to hold all of them? The cynical criminals in DC are lucky 80 million people don't rush the place and kill every one of them.

  10. 1. If biden was ever positive I blame the education system or the sympathy vote.

    4. Vaccine manufacturers are exempt from liability but employers are not exempt. A few multimillion dollar suits for damages may curtail the totalitarianism.

    1. That actually appears to be the route the lawyers are going to take. Hearing chirping on that issue in the legal press.

      Get ready all you fax mandate companies, the deaths or disabilities they create will be compared against the fine Joe Biden said you'd pay - $50,000. You're going to lose, and lose badly. For once I'm rooting for the trial lawyers.

  11. 3 - As the "public" (sic) schools lose students to home schooling, it will become easier to build support to reduce their funding and the number of "employees." That's how the NEA gets taken down.

    The way to defeat the left (on all fronts) is not to out-argue them; this isn't a dorm-room bull session. Just cut off their "public" (sic) money - and they will shrivel up and blow away.

    1. It isn’t possible to out-argue Evil and demoncrats are EVIL incarnate.

    2. Exactly. So let's concentrate on cutting off their money. Stop the left by refusing to fill up their trough - and then watch them shrivel up and blow away.

      Back in the day, leftists always liked to claim that communist guerilla movements were locally-sourced and due to "anger" - while it was obvious that nearly all of them were soviet-sponsored terrorist groups. Well, when the soviet union collapsed, all those communist guerilla groups collapsed as well.

  12. 15 - I am amazed that 45% trust Xiden. I knew we were a country inundated with idiots, but I didn’t think it was 45%.


  13. Item 8: The governments now assume people are unVaxxed if their shots were not more than 14 days ago. That is even being changed to unVaxxed if they have not had their booster shot. There is no way to know the accuracy of the death statistics of Vaxxed vs. UnVaxxed. The numbers have all been scrambled.

    1. My bride and I have discussed this several times. It is certain that all of these stats are inaccurate because the accurate input is virtually impossible.

  14. 15, 17: "Trust, like the soul, never returns once it is gone" - Publilius Syrus

    1. "Glass, china and reputations are easily cracked and never well-mended." - Poor Richard's Almanac

  15. Item #7 Just another reason not to visit Mayor Light in the Loafers Chicago unless you are carrying a basic combat load of ammunition and rations and water.

    1. Drive a Stryker. Have a companion vehicle to overwatch.

  16. Further comment on item #7

  17. Wasn't McAuliffe previously Governor?

  18. Item 9 - How about a headline that says “Numerous recent videos of Biden speaking disclose his terrifying stupidity”??? FJB

  19. Item 11 - All fired workers dial 1- 800- Class action. This upcoming litigation should be amusing.

  20. 12) Yea, pass a bill that is 77% pork and 23% infrastructure. I will remember that lie and I hope millions of others do too.

    1. There are so many lies to keep up with. Everything they say is a lie.

    2. Politicians' definition of "infrastructure" = my and my donors' pockets.

  21. ITEM 5 - As Churchill said of Chamberlain, "He had a choice between war and dishonor. He chose dishonor. Now we shall have war."

    ITEM 8 - I have had both vaccinations. But when I asked my doctor about a booster, he answered, "You don't need it. Your immune system is strong enough."

    1. ITEM 5 "Biden said in August he didn't recall anyone advising him to keep residual troops."

      Gee, it's almost as if no one is recording these meetings. Why can't they call the stenographer to read back the exchange? Oh, wait. Never mind. I forgot that disinformation is the whole point of these conflicting lies. That, and to rub our noses in it.

  22. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    1: And it's just as bad with Hispanics.

    2 - 3: Have a quibble. If enough families homeschool, public schools will be seen as an expense many can do without and the teacher unions will suffer.

    PS The teacher unions' link with the Demos may be seen by the Demos as one they can't afford.

    5: Robert E Lee and Douglas MacArthur don't live there.

    7: Zippy didn't even know how to pronounce corpsman.

    8: Any vaccine which has a body count and can't provide immunity is no vaccine.

    12: Don't count on it. I'm not saying you're wrong, but Cocaine Mitch seems to be playing a different game.

    13: Crooked judges. The same reason Donald Trump is not in the White House.

    15: Sure. In the immortal words of Maxwell Smart, "Would you believe...?".

    17: A computer is only as good as the data it's fed and it's programming, both of which are supplied by people.

    Why do we trust people we know are corrupt?

  23. "Any vaccine which has a body count and can't provide immunity is no vaccine."

    Well said. When do the trials start?

  24. Don messed up spiritually, morally and physically taking that vax..doubling down doesn’t help you Don.👎

    1. Don did what, in his judgment, was the best thing for him and his family. I respect that. And I appreciate that Don respects my right right to decide what's best in my specific situation. Far as I'm concerned, 'nuff said.

      -- Maoz

  25. #17: You can trust computers. You just can't trust the Internet. And computers that hold that sort of information should not be connected to the Internet.

    I've only been saying that for close to 30 years.

  26. #5:

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    "If we didn't have a president that was so addled, you all would be fired. Because that is what you deserve."

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