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Monday, January 17, 2022

Highlights of the News

My second favorite Marine (after Woody Williams) became lieutenant governor of Virginia on Saturday.

Don't mess with her.

ITEM 1: Virginia also swore in Governor Glenn Youngkin who issued 11 executive orders immediately.


  1. restore excellence in education by ending the use of divisive concepts, including Critical Race Theory, in public education.
  2. empower Virginia parents in their children’s education and upbringing by allowing parents to make decisions on whether their child wears a mask in school.
  3. restore integrity and confidence in the Parole Board of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  4. investigate wrongdoing in Loudoun County.
  5. creating the Commonwealth Chief Transformation Officer.
  6. declare Virginia open for business.
  7. combat and prevent human trafficking and provide support to survivors.
  8. establish a commission to combat antisemitism.
  9. withdraw from the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
  10. cutting job-killing regulations by 25%.
  11. rescinding the vaccine mandate for all state employees.

He hit the ground running.

ITEM 2: Virginia also swore in Jason Miyares as attorney general.

Voters went 3 for 3.

ITEM 3: The Richmond paper said, "Attorney General-elect Jason Miyares notified about 30 staff members in the office — 17 of them attorneys — that they won’t have jobs in his administration, including the lawyer who was investigating dangerous conditions at a South Richmond apartment complex in Richmond’s largest Latino neighborhood."

The paper also said, "Among those let go is Helen Hardiman, an assistant attorney general who focuses on investigating and litigating housing discrimination in the Office of Civil Rights."

Hardiman told the paper, "I expected some personnel changes, which likely come with any change of administration. I am not a political appointee. I don’t have a political job."

Baloney. If you serve at the will and pleasure of the elected official, you are a political appointee.

I call these stories SOS: Save Our Sources. Journalists side with the people in these various offices because they are their sources.

ITEM 4: How dare YOU people not listen to me? Just who do you think you are?

Someone needs a timeout.

ITEM 5: AP reported, "A man held hostages for more than 10 hours Saturday at a Texas synagogue where he could be heard ranting in a livestream and demanding the release of a Pakistani neuroscientist who was convicted of trying to kill U.S. Army officers in Afghanistan.

"One of the four hostages held at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville was released during the standoff; three others were rescued when authorities entered the building about 9 p.m., authorities said. The hostage taker was killed and FBI Special Agent in Charge Matt DeSarno said a team would investigate the shooting incident.

"An FBI and a police spokeswoman declined to answer questions about who shot the man."

In a later tweet, AP said, "The FBI says the Texas synagogue hostage taker's demands were specifically focused on issues not connected to the Jewish community."

Really? Then why didn't he take hostages at a mosque?

Another jihad terrorist bites the dust.

First Amendment attorney Ron Coleman, tweeted, "And in one night Texas LEO's do more to stop and prevent terrorism and anti-Semitic violence than five years' worth of ADL press releases."

ITEM 6: The Washington Free Beacon reported, "As the hostage situation at a Texas synagogue developed on Saturday, Michigan's attorney general, Democrat Dana Nessel, raised the possibility that white supremacists were behind the attack.

"Appearing on MSNBC on Saturday afternoon, about an hour after it had been reported that the attacker was demanding the release of imprisoned terrorist Aafia Siddiqui, Nessel said her 'biggest concern' was that the attack was a 'hate crime' or 'domestic terrorism,' pointing to 'white supremacy organizations.'"

Well, she didn't know the terrorist was Muslim.

The story said, "More than an hour before Nessel's appearance, ABC News reporter Aaron Katersky reported that the hostage-taker was demanding the release of Siddiqui, who is known as Lady al Qaeda and is serving an 86-year sentence in a Texas federal prison for trying to kill American soldiers. The effort to secure her freedom through violence is not a surprise—Muslim terrorists associated with ISIS and al Qaeda have been working to free Siddiqui for years, and Muslim groups in the United States such as the Council on American Islamic Relations have long advocated for her release."


Well, at least she did not blame Zionists.


ITEM reported, "Satellites orbiting Earth captured a powerful undersea volcanic eruption from space on Thursday.

"In the South Pacific kingdom of Tonga, which is made up of over 170 islands, the mostly underwater volcano on the island Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai erupted, sending plumes up to 12 miles into the air, the Tonga Geological Services has shared online.

"Orbiting probes have captured images of the ongoing explosive event, which follows a previous eruption in December 2021. This event is more than seven times as powerful as December's eruption and has so far sparked a tidal wave in Tonga's capital Nuku'alofa and a tsunami warning for all islands in Tonga, in addition to possible threats of acid rain."

Acid rain? There's something I have not worried about in 40 years.

Then again, so was inflation.

ITEM 8: The Sun reported stars of a TV show are human!

Oh no! DJ has "conservative views."

ITEM 9: Cartoonist Walker Bragman tweeted, "Take Manchin into a back room, tell him federal investigators are going to look into his daughter’s price-fixing; tell him the military bases are moving out of West Virginia; tell him he’s off his committees… Or he can play ball."

(Schumer looks at map) We're gonna close Fort Gay.

(Looks at map again) And if that guy from Indiana gives us any more lip, close Fort Wayne.

ITEM 10The Detroit Free Press reported, "The University of Michigan Board of Regents has unanimously fired school President Mark Schlissel for cause following an investigation into a relationship with a subordinate, the board announced Saturday evening."

He's a college Cuomo.

The story said, "According to emails posted by the university on its website, Schlissel wrote to the female employee regularly, including in October 2019 when he emailed about receiving a box of knishes. The woman said in reply that she liked the doughy snack food. Schlissel replied again: Can I 'lure you to visit with the promise of a knish?'"

She should have told him to knish her ass.

ITEM 11: Neon Nettle reported, "Ghislaine Maxwell to Expose Names of 8 Powerful Men Linked to Epstein's Crimes."

I dunno. But Neon Nettle never lied to me, unlike NYT.

The reader who tipped me said it could knock 20 years off her sentence.

It could also convert her sentence to Arkancide.

ITEM 12: CBS has a new poll out. Biden's approval is 44%. That's not what I found interesting.

In October, 53% said covid instructions were clear.

Now, 57% say they are confusing.

Covid was once his strength. It is becoming his liability. Look for the press to soon drop the subject.

ITEM 13: The Washington Post reported, "Freight is taking longer than ever to cross the Pacific, with goods requiring an average of 113 days to travel from Chinese factory gates to American hands, according to data from Flexport, a freight forwarder. On Friday, the floating traffic jam of container ships waiting to enter the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach numbered a near-record 106 vessels, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California, a nonprofit maritime group."

Economist Phil Levy said, "If anything, it’s getting worse."

All those boats waiting to queue are the Let's Go Brandon Navy.

ITEM 14: Jalopnik reported, "It is difficult to find a single sector in the United States that isn’t struggling to find commercial drivers. There aren’t enough drivers to transport our goods. There aren’t enough drivers for ambulance services and non-emergency medical transportation. There aren’t enough drivers to operate school buses. Now, there aren’t enough drivers to move snow off our roads.

"As a significant snowstorm moves up the Eastern Seaboard of the United States, it is evident that states across the entire country are having problems hiring enough people to clear snowfall from roadways. The Iowa Department of Transportation has filled two-third of its seasonal snow-clearing positions. Kansas is in the same position as Iowa. Montana only has half the winter workers the state needs for the season. Pennsylvania only has 40% of the drivers it needs."

Instead of sending our best and brightest to college, we should have sent them to truck-driving school.

Not my concern. It snows, I stay home.

FLASHBACK TO JANUARY 2021: CNN reported, "Bed Bath & Beyond stops selling My Pillow after CEO's Capitol siege comments."

And now, CNBC reported, "Bed Bath & Beyond delivered disappointing fiscal third-quarter results on Thursday, with earnings and sales missing analysts’ expectations, prompting the home goods retailer to slash its outlook for the full year.

"Shares initially dove more than 9% in premarket trading on the news but quickly erased those losses, closing the day up nearly 8%."

Now for the kicker.

CNBC also said, "Chief Executive Mark Tritton said a lack of inventory due to supply chain bottlenecks cost the company about $100 million."

The CEO can go cry on his pillow.

Oh wait, he threw that away.

ITEM 15: AP reported, "Biden backers 'not seeing the results' a year into his term."


ITEM 16: Axios reported, "Jamal Simmons, Vice President Kamala Harris’ new communications director, is scheduled to meet with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Thursday to listen to their concerns about his old tweets, congressional officials tell Axios."

Curiously, Axios did not quote the twoubling tweets.

Instead it reported, "In summoning Simmons to a full CHC videoconference, some Latino lawmakers are indicating their level of concern over his 2010 tweets — in which he appeared to call for the deportation of an undocumented migrant being interviewed on MSNBC — and want to have a frank and direct conversation with him."

Oh my gosh. That's hilarious.

Democrat Congressman Lou Correa of California, told Axios, "Is he a Trumper?"

Opposing the deportation of illegals is a quick way to lose the Hispanic vote, but don't tell Democrats. We will keep it our little secret.


ITEM 17: The Intercept reported, "George Nader, an American adviser to the government of the United Arab Emirates, convicted sex offender, and frequent visitor to the White House during President Donald Trump’s first year in office, has pleaded guilty for his role in helping the UAE pump millions of dollars in illegal campaign contributions into the U.S. political system during the 2016 presidential election, according to documents submitted in federal court last month.

"Federal prosecutors disclosed in a December sentencing memo that Nader had agreed months earlier to plead guilty to a single count of felony conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government by funneling millions in donations to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and concealing the funds’ foreign origin. Nader’s plea has not been previously reported."

I like how the press has to taint Trump with Hillary accepting foreign bribes.

Trump was the victim.

Just like he was the victim of Hillary and Obama colluding with Putin to get a fake dossier on Trump to justify their illegal spying on him.

FINALLY, Happy Martin Luther King Day.

In his honor, work on the content of your character.


  1. John McPhee was a great non-fiction author. His chapter in “Uncommon Carriers” on a independent driver delivering a tanker of WD-40 is worth reading.

    1. Also, Harry Chapin, Thirty Thousand Pounds Of Bananas.

    2. Love John McPhee's writing.

  2. Of course the person that illegally funneled millions to Hillary is associated with the "Trump White House". These people assume everyone is as stupid as their supporters.

    1. Many would stop reading the article after that paragraph. That was the plan.

    2. Can't get any more crazy than that!

  3. #2: Miyares is a PoC? His color appears to be White.

    1. His family fled Cuba. He is Hispanic. The precise color of his skin is, IMO - and many others I am sure - immaterial.

    2. Let's dwell on the content of his character. So far so good.

  4. #17. In all seriousness, what was he doing visiting the White House? Delivering marching orders to the seditionists? Obtaining spy reports from the backstabbers?
    The official log should say who he visited, that should give people a clue.

    1. A good reporter would ask those questions.

    2. A reporter would ask those questions. [FIFY]

  5. There is a truck driving school about a mile from me.
    First noticed it about a year ago, they had three trucks.
    Now, they've got a dozen and the things are moving from dawn to dusk.
    Some people are smart.

  6. #7 .. If I have an idea about the identity of the artist, the last thing I'd do is "drop it in the replies." The artist clearly needs to remain anonymous

    1. True dat. If he wanted to be identified, he would have signed his work.

    2. Did Sabo go to DC?

  7. Item 12: “Covid was once [FJB’s] strength. It is becoming his liability. Look for the press to soon drop the subject.“ Jeff Childers predicts that the pandemic will be “completely over” within 6o days:

    This brings up an important question. Since the Obama regime, one of the Dems’ core beliefs is, “Never let a crisis go to waste.” So if they’re wrapping up this crisis, they must have another one — or several — warming up. What will it be? War with Russia over Ukraine? War with China over Taiwan? War with North Korea because Kim is insane enough to commit “suicide by attacking the U.S.”? War with the Taliban after they scatter suicide bombers throughout America? Is that the reason they’re installing tall concrete barriers around the White House?

    Or will it be another virus out of China? COVID is now too mild to fear-monger, but a virus that liquifies internal organs might be just the ticket to bring back universal mail-in ballots. Dr Malone is warning of an Ebola-like hemorrhagic fever virus spreading across China:

    This will be an interesting year, which brings to mind the old Chinese curse, “May you live in interesting times.”

    1. They already are.

      Now if they quit paying hospitals extra for covid deaths, whether with covid or from covid, it probably will work.

    2. That was a devastating survey on many fronts. On Covid, 61% disapprove of his promoting vaccine mandates.

    3. Keeping Brandon in the basement was a strength. I don't think his "shut down the virus" strategy was ever a strength. Reality just caught up with this and Brandon is getting burned. He deserves it.

  8. MLK- He was not perfect but his message was truer and far more unifying than anything Kendi, aka Henry Rogers, the CRT grifter, ever uttered. I think the FBI files will be released in 2027 and if his statues aren’t toppled by then they will be. There was no perfect man but Jesus and even He was reviled.

    1. I find it interesting that MLK was republican but all the race grifters using his name for a race card honor his legacy by being democrats.

    2. I found it interesting that Joe and Jill did a photo op volunteering at a Philly food bank to honor MLK day. As always, acting like all Africa Americans need help to get by.
      I'm not in favor of exploiting any race to push political narrative but the constant focus on the inability of AA to make good choices and find success through hard work and responsibility (though many do just that) is a recurring theme for leftists. It's sick and degrading.

    3. Agreed. It's the soft bigotry of low expectations that is repeatedly applied to AAs.

  9. Glad to see Youngkin off to a great start. He apparently reversed course on his first pick for Education Secretary from Aimee Guidera, steeped in CRT philosophy, for someone clearly anti-CRT as promised. Admitting a mistake reveals content of character.

    1. An amazing start. Other Republican governors - please take note.

    2. Yes, an amazing start. I am not sure other R governors will be able to take note.

  10. We’ll, apparently Guidera is still Secretary of Education, but new Superintendent and Deputy are anti -CRT. As Trump would say, “we’ll see what happens.”

  11. Happy to see that the "gunman" was put down. And of course, his being a raving muslim terrorist doesn't mean anything or rub off on any group. Just some unhappy guy, right? However, my first thought was FBI Setup. Someone provided the gun and the safe location for the event. Put your money on the FBI.

    1. How many Americans here have been killed by Muslim terrorists in the last 5 years?

      People here told me that the fall of Afghan would lead to people jumping out of tall buildings. When does that start?

    2. I’m sure there are many more than are on this list, which is from Wikipedia. I am surprised they listed any.

      October 31, 2017 – 2017 New York City truck attack, New York City: 29-year-old Sayfullo Habibullaevich Saipov rented a Home Depot pickup truck and intentionally drove it through a bicycle path. He crashed into a school bus and then exited the vehicle wielding look-a-like weapons. He was shot by NYPD. 8 people were killed and 12 were injured.

      December 6, 2019 - Naval Air Station Pensacola shooting, Pensacola, Florida: A second lieutenant of the Saudi Royal Air Force training at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola opened fire in one of the classroom buildings killing 3 and wounding 8 others before being shot dead by responding police officers.

      May 21, 2020 - Corpus Christi, Texas: At the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Adam Alsahi crashed through a northern perimeter gate at NAS Corpus Christi, activating vehicle barriers. The driver then got out and opened fire before being shot and killed. A Navy police officer was shot but was protected by a ballistic vest. Alsahi had expressed support for terrorist networks including ISIS. The FBI announced the incident as terrorism-related.[219]

      August 29, 2021 - Plano, Texas: 32-year-old Imran Ali Rasheed fatally shoots a Lyft driver, steals her car and drives to Plano police headquarters. Once there, he shoots at a civilian employee and another person inside before being shot dead by responding officers. A note inside the stolen car suggests Rasheed was motivated by Islamic Terrorism.

    3. Another gaslighting attempt by the MSM and the FBI. If it was not related to the Jews, why not have taken prisoners in a mosque or church?

    4. Next the MSM will say the gunman is a "White Afgani" and they found a MAGA hat in his trunk..

    5. Thanks for the list Scholongy... but that list pales in comparison to the extensive list of White Supremacists' killings over that same timeframe... too numerous for me to list here

    6. Sho nuff TO. And don’t forget about all of the anti-Muslim backlash after every Muslim terrorist incident.

  12. MLK was a drug addicted rapist. No thanks.

  13. COVID is the fiasco that sinks the Democratic Party.

    American history is a series of fiascos:
    Vietnam fiasco is a Democratic (LBJ) fiasco.
    Leads eventually to Reagan/Bush victories in 80,84,88.
    Iraq War fiasco is a Republican fiasco (Bush43)
    Leads to Obama victories in 08,12.
    COVID fiasco is a Democratic fiasco (Biden).
    Leads to Rep victories in 22,24 and beyond.

    All of these fiascos were originally popular.

  14. #12 CBS polling their affiliates and own news room again.

  15. Items 1, 2 & 3 - that sound you hear in the background is the sound of minorities (often Christian and pro life) moving from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party. Democratic Party appears to be going the way of the dinosaur…

  16. Item 14 Roger that and let the Solar Snow Melting system kick in.

  17. 14) My grandson, who just got his CDL, told me that in February the difficulty to obtain a CDL will increase. If true, that would be typical government stupidity, at a time when supposedly we lack 80,000 drivers.

    1. Thought I heard the other day that they were going to let driving schools self test their students to get their cdl. That would make it easier. But based on a really short item on radio news, so grain of salt...

  18. re: Item 11 - Arkancide is very likely on the horizon for her.

  19. Tough luck for you, CEO of Bed, Bath and Beyond. Supporters of My Pillow can purchase goods directly on the website. My Pillow even has Canadian website and a distribution centre in the Montreal area. I support Mike Lindell's business. Best pillows I have ever had.

  20. That Mexican TV host should be fired for his tirade. What gives people the right to think they can speak like this? How about respecting choices. One thing the pandemic has done is made people really rude in the name of "safety."

    1. It's when things get difficult that people reveal their true character.

    2. Yup, he acted like a teletard. Put a TV camera in front of him, get him to discuss something he knows very little about, tell him he needs to fill 3 minutes, and then get out of his way. He is not unique.

  21. Item 8: I was saddened by the passing of Bob Saget, but was surprised to learn via news coverage of Mr. Saget's death that Sidney Poitier passed away on January 6. With little notice.
    Reminds me of the line by Peter O'Toole (in My Favorite Year?): Dammit man, I'm not an actor; I'm a movie star!
    Both will be missed, Mr. O'Toole, gone now for a little over 8 years, as well.

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  23. Item #10
    She probably did. And he probably did.

  24. "The hostage-taker was killed in a hail of gunfire."--Omicron or Delta?

    The Hussein Administration decreed long ago that Islamo-Terror was caused by Your Lying Eyes. And Shuddup.

    On the bright side, Dirty Bob Mueller gets his spare bedroom back!

  25. #2 That's a super Twitter thread.

    Dr. Benjamin Braddock @GraduatedBen

    In his first day, he opened investigations into the Loudoun County rape coverup and the Parole Board that let violent criminals out on our streets.

    He’s not just changing the criminal justice policy moving forward, he’s holding officials accountable for what they did in the past.

  26. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead, 1, 2, 3: There was a lot of FUD spread about Youngkin, but that guy, and his people, are open for business.

    Trump, De Santis, Youngkin. The Republic just might be safe for a while.

    4: The Left in a nutshell. Once you get past all the "right-thinking" people, they hate everybody.

    AN ACTUAL RESISTANCE: You get the feeling whomever it is has Don Diego De La Vega in his family tree.

    10: Maybe she likes him. The Wokesters are like the Puritans; nobody's allowed to have any fun or be happy.

    11: I know I'm going to hate myself for this, but here's a piece by Emerald Robinson about the real deal on the how the Epstein/Maxwell ring lasted so long.

    There may be something of a schism in the Deep State, maybe even a war.


    12: No, he never had a strength, except being a go along to get along guy.

    It is becoming his liability.

    Past tense, not present.

    15: As Zell Miller said, they aren't leaving the Democrat party, it's left them.

    FINALLY: Don't forget the work of people like Roy Wilkins, Whitney Young, Bayard Rustin, Roy Innis, A Philip Randolph, and a host of other brave people, black and white, who risked their lives, the fortunes, and their sacred honor to lead a second American revolution.

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  30. #10. The guy is paid almost $1 million a year. So that's why education entities say they have to pay these exorbitant salaries to get 'the best candidate'...?

    Think you got your money's worth Michigan?

  31. ๐ˆ ๐ ๐ž๐ญ ๐ฉ๐š๐ข๐ ๐จ๐ฏ๐ž๐ซ $๐Ÿ๐Ÿ—๐ŸŽ ๐ฉ๐ž๐ซ ๐ก๐จ๐ฎ๐ซ ๐ฐ๐จ๐ซ๐ค๐ข๐ง๐  ๐Ÿ๐ซ๐จ๐ฆ ๐ก๐จ๐ฆ๐ž ๐ฐ๐ข๐ญ๐ก ๐Ÿ ๐ค๐ข๐๐ฌ ๐š๐ญ ๐ก๐จ๐ฆ๐ž. ๐ˆ ๐ง๐ž๐ฏ๐ž๐ซ ๐ญ๐ก๐จ๐ฎ๐ ๐ก๐ญ ๐ˆ'๐ ๐›๐ž ๐š๐›๐ฅ๐ž ๐ญ๐จ ๐๐จ ๐ข๐ญ ๐›๐ฎ๐ญ ๐ฆ๐ฒ ๐›๐ž๐ฌ๐ญ ๐Ÿ๐ซ๐ข๐ž๐ง๐ ๐ž๐š๐ซ๐ง๐ฌ ๐จ๐ฏ๐ž๐ซ ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ“๐ค ๐š ๐ฆ๐จ๐ง๐ญ๐ก ๐๐จ๐ข๐ง๐  ๐ญ๐ก๐ข๐ฌ ๐š๐ง๐ ๐ฌ๐ก๐ž ๐œ๐จ๐ง๐ฏ๐ข๐ง๐œ๐ž๐ ๐ฆ๐ž ๐ญ๐จ ๐ญ๐ซ๐ฒ. ๐“๐ก๐ž ๐ฉ๐จ๐ญ๐ž๐ง๐ญ๐ข๐š๐ฅ ๐ฐ๐ข๐ญ๐ก ๐ญ๐ก๐ข๐ฌ ๐ข๐ฌ ๐ž๐ง๐๐ฅ๐ž๐ฌ๐ฌ.
    HERE ➤➤ ๐ก๐ญ๐ญ๐ฉ๐ฌ://๐–๐ฐ๐ฐ.๐’๐š๐ฅ๐š๐ซ๐ฒ๐›๐š๐š๐ซ.๐‚๐จ๐ฆ