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Saturday, October 30, 2021

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: The New York Times reported the new Texas law cut abortions in half. Actually it was more than half.

Roe v. Wade was based on the court overturning a Texas law. The new Texas law may overturn it.

ITEM 2: The New York Post reported, "Trump critic Adam Kinzinger won’t seek re-election in 2022."

One less dumbass to primary.

ITEM 3: Politico reported, "Trouble ahead for Dems: A barrage of attacks over the economy. It's not just Republicans who are assigning responsibility to the administration for the rocky economic recovery, polls show."

President Trump guided us to the best economy in 50 years. Then came covid. Then the economy roared back under President Trump.

Then we hit a dead end called Joe Biden.

ITEM 4: The Daily Wire reported, "A judge on Thursday issued a temporary restraining order blocking President Joe Biden from firing several unvaccinated federal employees, including active-duty military members, named in the suit challenging the president’s vaccinate mandate as unconstitutional."

The judge is a Clinton appointee. 78. God bless you, Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly.

ITEM 5: Just the News reported, "The Supreme Court on Friday rejected an emergency appeal from Maine healthcare workers attempting to block the state's vaccine mandate.

"The group of unvaccinated workers argued that the law violated their First Amendment rights because the law doesn't have a religious exemption."

The rats included Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh. Socialists hate religion.

ITEM 6: Washington Free Beacon reported, "In the manner of a terrorist organization accepting responsibility for an atrocious attack on civilians, the Lincoln Project and a Democratic operative claimed credit for a bizarre performance of neo-Nazi cosplay on Friday as the Virginia gubernatorial race enters its final stretch.

"Speculation swirled almost immediately after an NBC News reporter on Friday posted a photo of five dispirited young people, dressed in white shirts and khakis, holding tiki torches in front of Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin's campaign bus in Charlottesville, Va. One of the 'white supremacists' was an African-American.

"Their costumes were intended to evoke the Unite the Right rally in 2018, when white supremacist groups gathered to protest the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue. Despite the pouring rain, the cosplayers did not break character even as curious bystanders snapped photos."

The Stinkin' Project is taking one for the team as bloggers and right-wing reporters outed Democrat staffers in that false flag operation.

ITEM 7: The Hollywood Reporter reported, "Ice Cube has departed Sony’s upcoming comedy, 'Oh Hell No,' in which he would’ve co-starred with Jack Black, after declining a request from producers to get vaccinated, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.

"Sony had no comment. A personal representative for the star declined to comment. WME, his agency, declined to comment. 'Oh Hell No' is being produced by Matt Tolmach and Black, who both did not offer a comment.

"Ice Cube and Black partnered on the project in June. The Sony film was looking to shoot this winter in Hawaii with Kitao Sakurai, the filmmaker behind Netflix’s breakout comedy 'Bad Trip,' in the director’s seat. Producers on 'Oh Hell No' made the request that cast on the project would need to be vaccinated."

Mandated vaccines?

Oh hell no.

ITEM 8: Hamas-Shielding AP reported, "Over the objections of the Biden administration, the Supreme Court agreed Friday to consider a climate change case that could limit the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to curb greenhouse gas emissions. The court also said it would hear a Republican-led immigration challenge.

"The earliest the cases will be argued is 2022 and, as is typical, the high court did not explain its decision to take either case. Both are unusual, however, in that the Biden administration either has changed or said it will change the rules at the center of each case.

"On climate change, the court will review the decision of a federal appeals court that struck down one of the Trump administration’s most momentous climate rollbacks. The Biden administration has said it is working on a replacement rule.

"As a practical matter, the decision to review the ruling in the case will probably make it harder for the Biden administration to move forward with a new rule to regulate planet-warming carbon emissions from the power sector.

"West Virginia, leading a coalition of 19 mostly Republican-led states, and coal companies told the high court in asking it to take the case that the appeals court’s ruling would give EPA almost unlimited authority to regulate in a way that would harm the coal industry."

No matter who we put on the Supreme Court, we always seem to be playing Russian Roulette with its decisions.

Maybe we need a constitutional amendment reining the court in because it has too much power and no practical way of holding justices accountable.

ITEM 9: Apparently this fellow is a celebrity. I live under a rock.

They cannot find someone to fully endorse McAuliffe. Now you know why his campaign sent Democrat staffers on that white supremacist dirty trick.

ITEM 10: Have you ever wondered what Jeb! would look like if he were a black woman?

Wonder no more.

Please clap.

ITEM 11: WTOP reported, "Police in Northern Virginia are increasing their presence around shopping malls and high-volume roads and transit areas in response to a purported threat from ISIS."

Under President Trump, we eliminated ISIS.

ITEM 12: Fox reported, "A spokesperson for Terry McAuliffe’s campaign is being accused of posting racist tweets in 2012.

"'#TweetLikeAGuy going out with da nigguhs,' a tweet posted in 2012 from Renzo Olivari, a McAuliffe spokesperson, said."

Maybe the tiki people weren't posing. Maybe they really are white supremacists,

ITEM 13: James Hohmann reported, "Our new Washington Post poll shows that EDUCATION is now the No. 1 issue for Virginia voters in the governor's race, edging out the economy. 

"In September, education voters favored McAuliffe by 33 points, but now they tilt toward Youngkin by 9 points."

Apparently parents do not like being labeled Domestic Terrorists by Democrats.

Despite that 42-point swing on education, the Post showed his lead fell from 3 points in September to 1 point now.

Sure, sure, sure.

ITEM 14Zero Hedge reported, "Until now, China's increasingly totalitarian regime had raged over, scolded its companies and generally cracked down over (somewhat) legitimate reasons: fledgling monopolies, information warehousing, educational profiteering, and generally anything that did not comply with Xi's new shared prosperity theme. But all that went out of the window overnight when China's Xinhua reported that four regional broadcasters were summoned for an inquiry on Friday for airing excessive entertainment programs in their satellite TV services.

"The broadcasters under question are the regional radio and TV stations of Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Hunan; the four were called to a meeting with officials from the CCP's central propaganda department and the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), Xinhua reported."

Ending excessive entertainment on TV???

Forget Winnie the Pooh.

Chairman Xi is Burgermeister Meisterburger.

ITEM 15: The New York Times said, "At World Series, Atlanta Finally Gets Its Tribute to Hank Aaron."

Oh baloney.

The city and the team honored Aaron many times and he earned it. They retired his number. They put up a statue of him. 

But the story is a reminder that in moving the all-star game to Denver, MLB denied an honor to Hank Aaron. Only the brilliant play and prowess of the Braves gave MLB a second chance to honor him.

ITEM 16: Fox reported, "The Cincinnati Enquirer was called out Friday for doxxing the home address of a family that had donated money to a school board candidate through Venmo. 

"The Gannett-owned paper published a story on Thursday looking into the legality of political donations accepted by local school board challengers Russ Loges and Darbi Boddy on the popular money-exchanging app. 

"However, as pointed out by political strategist John Ashbrook, the Enquirer shared screenshots of Venmo that revealed the home address of one of Boddy’s Venmo donors on its website."

The Enquirer sent a warning to parents: Don't rock the boat.

Any parent subscribing to the newspaper online or on paper after this is a fool.

49 comments:

  1. 11: This is actually battle prep for election day. As usual the extra police presence will be blamed by Dems for suppressing black voter turnout and the Dems will get some friendly judge to order polling places in black area to remain open past closing time so that more McAwful-iff votes can be cast.

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    1. The days of blacks voting 90% Dems is over.

      1865-1930 Blacks vote Rep for 65 years
      1930-2020 Blacks vote Dem for 90 years
      2020-?? we can only guess.

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  2. An item I CAN’T BELIEVE was not on today’s list, Big D: Elon’s idea to start a new learning center called the Texas Institute for Technology and Sciences. It’s AUTOMATIC that the school’s nickname would be The Bigs. Amirite, or amirite?

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    1. Sounds like a joke making the rounds in the 70s that Florida was considering opening a new state university called Florida University at Cape Kennedy. Gimme an “F”…

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    2. Don't forget the old "Sam Houston Institute of Technology" from grade school....giggle, giggle....

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    3. The grades there would be A, B, C, D, and DD.

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    4. And don't forget that Apu graduated from the "Springfield Heights Institute of Technology"...

      In the real world, there was an amalgamation of several "technions" in Cape Town into the "Cape Peninsula University of Technology" - which everyone now calls "KAPUT"...

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  3. Item 13 - Turns out McAuliffe is better at uniting people than President Magoo. Unfortunately for Terry, he’s achieved bipartisan unity against his own campaign!! Who would have guessed that parents and grandparents are more concerned about their kids than they are about political affiliations.

    In all fairness, Biden is striving for similar unity against Dems by pushing mandates, goosing inflation and sending the DOJ after parents. Happy FJB day.

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  4. The 50 year anti-nuclear power trend is over. This is historic. Many thousands of nuclear power plants will be built. This is just the very beginning of a multi-decade trend.

    Macron said France would invest €1 billion in creating new-generation mini modular reactors, known as SMRs,
    UK government earmarks funds for progressing nuclear project
    Japan's new PM wants to restart nuclear power in the country

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    1. Investment advice from Putin: Buy Uranium.

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    2. Meanwhile, American greenies obsess over the Three Mile Island accident, which unlike solar panels and wind turbines, did not kill a single living creature.

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    3. Re: Buy uranium… I can’t find any to buy. Amazon seems to be out.

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    4. It's in containers off the coast of California.

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  5. ITEM 2: One less dumbass to primary.

    Or as Trump said, 2 DOWN, 8 TO GO!

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  6. Putin is the only statesman on the world stage.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin strongly criticized the "woke," social justice warriors in the United States and Europe, arguing that they behave just like the Bolshevik Communists did in the former Soviet Union.

    They are ruled by a "dogmatism bordering on absurdity," he asserted, noting that "cancel culture" is nothing more than "reverse discrimination," and teaching children that sexuality is flexible is potentially "a crime against humanity."

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    1. "Some people in the West believe that an aggressive elimination of entire pages from their own history, 'reverse discrimination' against the majority in the interests of a minority, and the demand to give up the traditional notions of mother, father, family and even gender, they believe that all of these are the mileposts on the path towards social renewal."

      "We have a different viewpoint, at least the overwhelming majority of Russian society – it would be more correct to put it this way – has a different opinion on this matter," he said. "We believe that we must rely on our own spiritual values, our historical tradition and the culture of our multiethnic nation."

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  7. ITEM 6: I particularly like the black 'white supremacist.' Talk about diversity!

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  8. Ice Cube must be one those white uneducated folks not getting vaccine.

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  9. The Supreme Court is a huge disappointment. Just when I think that every decision is no longer a crap shoot, the new justices prove Me wrong.

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    1. Item 8: In 2007 the Supreme Court ruled CO2 to be a pollutant and gave the EPA the green light to regulate vehicle emissions. Has anyone informed members of the plant kingdom they're inhaling a controlled substance?

      Don's right. Even with an open-and-shut case involving a blatantly unconstitutional issue, we still have no idea what this crew will decide. They swore to uphold the Constitution. One has to wonder if they actually understand it. It was written in cursive, so maybe the younger members can't even read it.

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  10. Been reading what Bill Mahar has been saying, The Pandemic is OVER... Very interesting. He may be on the forefront of a shift change for the democrats. Mahar also says the school issue will be number one for a while. Dems have pissed off parents of both parties.

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  12. Item #9

    You dont know the name, but unless you've been living under Ayers Rock in the Australian outback, you've undoubtedly heard his song,"Happy"

    Because Im happy
    Clap along if you feel like happiness is right for you

    Does that ring any bells; stir up any earworms? If not, search "Happy" and "Pharell Williams"

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    1. If he's backing McAweful, his music isn't fit for human consumption.

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  13. All the Klan members I know walk around in white Oxford shirts with khakis and topsides….these people are morons.

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    1. Holding tiki torches in the rain proved that too.

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  14. 10 "What's you takin' bout Willis?!"

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  15. #17 .. Actually, the word "finally" is appropriate, Don, because MLB FINALLY acknowledged that Aaron was still the all time home run king as Barry Bonds' total was, (and I quote) "so clearly and obviously tainted by steroid abuse that even a first year player in a T-ball league could see it" .. Ya think??!

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  16. Item 7: Media attributes vaccine hesitancy among blacks to distrust of medical institutions yet more blacks have abortions and Planned Parenthood abortion facilities are located in black neighborhoods.

    This is a big story the media/gov is covering up.

    According to The Hill, "among those vaccinated whose race is known, 58 percent are white and 10 percent are black." https://thehill.com/opinion/healthcare/569483-why-arent-black-americans-getting-vaccinated

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  17. RE: #5 - While I didn't read about the specifics of the case, in general, this conservative doesn't want the Supreme Court overturning what a state (Maine) does (10th Amendment) nor do I want them getting involved in the private hiring/firing practices of a private business. So even though I am completely anti-covid vax (seems an oxymoronic term seeing real results of the vax) and 100% against vax mandates, I could see where a Supreme court would and should not intervene.

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    1. At some point, the 1st, 4th and 9th amendment have to matter to the Supreme Court.

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  18. I quit the Cincinnati Enquirer years ago….haven’t missed it at all

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  19. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    3: Dead-headed end.

    7: One might begin to think the number who haven't had the shot is the great majority.

    8: Maybe we need a constitutional amendment reining the court in because it has too much power and no practical way of holding justices accountable.

    If you look it up, what John Marshall did was in violation of the Constitution. Until then, issues were sent back to the states. That's why Old Hickory said, "Mr Marshall has made his decision. Now let him enforce it".

    Letting the Federal bench run wild takes a lot of heat off the other two branches, but perhaps the solution is term limits for the Federal bench - all of it - as well as Congress.

    13: If the Demos steal VA and NJ, there may be a lot of counties wanting to join WV.

    Or just plain seceding.

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  21. Item 13 is likely accurate, because they polled the phantom voters too.

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  22. #14 "Ending excessive entertainment on TV???"

    Finding excessive entertainment on TV in America would be a challenge.

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    1. Finding quality entertainment on TV is impossible.... Unless you catch a Xiden presser.
      Okay, they are actually sad. Is that what tertiary syphilis does to the brain?

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  23. This Garbage Court just overturned Dred Scott.

    They just ruled that Runaway HealthCare Workers must be returned to their owners.

    They’re saying the State may extort and coerce us at will.

    Speaking medically, in any sane world, you would say "The medical professionals who deal with this vaccine the most seem to want no part of it. I wonder why?" Instead, we want to force it on them and children, too. So profitable! And why Pfizer stock is so hot on Capitol Hill.

    And when the “vaccines” cause heart disease and cancers in the children, they’ve got pharmaceuticals they’ll sell you for that, too!

    Speaking legally, we live in a time when Nikki Minaj and Ice Cube have a far better grasp on our God-given Rights than these phony Legal Pfrauds.

    It’s good in this sense, though:

    Anyone who was still foolishly clinging to the baseless notion that this Supreme Court would stand up for our Liberty can now see that they are just as corrupt, gutless and neutered as all the other institutions we once counted on to protect our freedoms.

    You might as well know it now and act accordingly.

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  24. 8. I read once that the constitution has a provision that allows Congress to pass a law ond include a prohibition preventing court review of that law. Maybe on the idea that if it is signed by the president it prevents one third of the government overruling two thirds?

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  26. Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh: Slandered by the left and still happy to do its bidding. Both are complete garbage.

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