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Saturday, June 11, 2022

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Lucretia Hughes Klucken told Congress, "Words can’t describe how hard it is to bury a child. My son’s death was the result of a criminal with an evil heart and a justice system failing to hold him accountable for the laws he had already broken. You see, a convicted felon killed my son with an illegally obtained gun. Our gun control lobbyists and politicians claim that their policies will save lives and reduce violence. Well, those policies did not save my son."

But if we lock up the criminals instead of the guns, how are we going to blame the NRA for every murder in America?

ITEM 2: The Epoch Times reported, "Six banks have been warned by the West Virginia State Treasury that they may be in violation of a new law preventing the state from doing business with financial institutions boycotting energy companies.

"The office told The Epoch Times it had sent out letters on June 10, but did not share the banks’ names on the record.

"Enacted in March 2022, S. 262 directs the state to notify financial institutions that they are slated for placement on the restricted financial institution list 45 days before the document is published."

Just remember, if I buy my Tesla it will run on coal.

ITEM 3AP reported, "Washington Commanders defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has been fined $100,000 by the team for his comments about protests in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd and the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol."

And every journalist in the country will express outrage at this attack on free speech.

Alyssa Milano, Amy Schumer, Alec Baldwin and Sean Penn will lead a rally on the National Mall to restore his rights.

The ACLU will sue.

Players will kneel during the national anthem in protest.

Of course, none of this will happen because none of these comrades are protesting the jailing indefinitely without charge the January 6 dissidents.

ITEM 4: Biden said, "Exxon made more money than God this year."

And Biden spent 250 times what Exxon made this year.

ITEM 5: NYT moaned, "Miami-Dade County, Florida; Honolulu County, Hawaii; and San Juan, Puerto Rico, are all averaging at least 85 new cases of covid a day per 100,000 residents, with test positivity rates above 20%, according to a New York Times database. By contrast, the nation as a whole is averaging 34 newly reported cases a day per 100,000 residents, with a positivity rate of 13%."

So stay in New York and leave the rest of us alone.

ITEM 6: HuffPost reported, "Chris Wallace said on CNN Thursday he was not convinced the first public hearings on the Capitol riot would have an impact ― and called the made-for-TV presentation 'a bad look.' He maintained his doubt throughout the night."

When you've lost Chris Wallace, you've lost half the Liz Cheney fan club.

ITEM 7Mark Glennon of Wirepoints reported, "Why were Lake Michigan and the other Great Lakes water levels near record lows between 2000 to 2017?

"Global warming, we were told. Warming was evaporating the Great Lakes, Nobel Prize winning Al Gore said. Among others saying the same was Illinois Senator Dick Durbin. 'What we are seeing in global warming is the evaporation of our Great Lakes,' he said, and asked the federal government for help.

"Why were lake levels near record highs in 2020, causing extensive shoreline damage?

"Undeterred by contradiction, it was global warming again, we were told. In fact, that’s when hysteria in Chicago about warming reached high tide."

But how are things today? This is the History Channel, you know.

Glennon wrote, "Lakes Michigan and Huron (which are connected and at the same level) alone lost 20 trillion gallons of water in just the last two years. Their level is down over two feet from the recent highs, putting them and other Great Lakes only an inch or two above average.

"How does global warming account for that? A new explanation was described in a recent front page Chicago Tribune column: more variability in lake levels. 'Climate change may be contributing to more pronounced variations' according to researchers, reported the Tribune. 'This cycle of erosion and exposure is not new, it just appears to be occurring over a shorter period of time, scientists say.'"

Climate change.

What makes a king out of a slave? Climate change.

What makes the flag on the mast to wave? Climate change.

What makes the elephant charge his tusk in the misty mist or the dusky dusk? Climate change.

What makes the muskrat guard his musk? Climate change.

What makes the Sphinx the 7th Wonder? Climate change.

What makes the dawn come up like THUNDER? Climate change.

What makes the Hottentot so hot? What puts the "ape" in ape-ricot? 

Whatta they got that we ain't got?

Climate change.

ITEM 8: Not The Bee reported, "The Milwaukee Brewers hosted a drag show before Wednesday night's game against the Phillies."

And I thought the Chicken Dance was gay.

ITEM 9Hot Air reported, "Washington Post media critic Erik Wemple has a story up today about the corrections to that Taylor Lorenz story which was published last week. Most readers probably know the backstory already so I won’t rehearse it all but the brief version is that the story initially said two YouTubers mentioned by name had been contacted prior to publication. That claim was quickly removed and then two corrections were published. The last correction, which is still at the top of the story now, claims that only one of the YouTubers, a lawyer named Alyte Mazeika was contacted prior to publication. In essence, the Post is claiming their initial claim was half right since one of the two people were contacted."

Blah, blah, blah. The Post is refusing to admit it blew it. The Post won't talk to its own media reporter (Wemple) about it. We're in the Cirque de Kerfuffle Land again.

Overlooked is the premise of the story: that content creators profited from the Johnny Depp–Amber Heard trial. Now why would that interest WaPo? It is the company paper in the company town and the company is the federal government, not Hollywood.

Ah but Depp sued and won because of a column under Heard's byline in -- dramatic pause -- the Washington Post.

Yes, how dare those Internet infidels (content creators) profit off the trial that showed WaPo libeled Depp!

And libel it did. Being a public figure, Depp could not sue WaPo. But he sued the writer. And won. You can see why the Bezos' Post wants to discredit the verdict.

Sadly, the story was botched up because it assigned the story to Taylor Lorenz, an emotionally unstable writer whose last big scoop was outing the woman behind the Twitter account Libs of TikTok, which exposes libs for who they are. Instead of killing LoTT, the publicity doubled its following to 1.2 million tweeps.

Between this debacle and the Felicia Sonmez firing, it has not been a good week for the Post Nits.

But popcorn sales were good.

ITEM 10: Just the News reported, "Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) blasted Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) for claiming he sought a presidential pardon because he thought he may have done something wrong on Jan. 6.

"On the John Solomon Reports podcast Friday, when asked if he did anything wrong on Jan. 6, Perry said, 'No, of course not. I was in the Capitol doing my legislative duties on January 6.'"

Perry said, "The notion that I ever sought a presidential pardon for myself, or other members of Congress, is an absolute shameless and soulless lie.

"It's just simply no surprise, considering these latest fabrications come from a sham committee using a breathtaking abuse of power to conjure up political theater to destroy their opponents and … distract the American people from the economic and national security nightmare. This is a nightmare created by their one-party rule and quite honestly, rogue Republicans — and you know, Republicans in name only — and their compatriots on the radical left.

"This is a kangaroo court. And it's more fitting to be aired with the filth of scripted reality TV than masquerading as a newsworthy item, which is why I'm using all my time as a member of Congress to try to address the fact that Americans can't literally afford gasoline, groceries, their food, and … to suffer under the policies of those who control the sham committee."

Sad thing about Cheney is she actually was a conservative. She voted with Trump 93% of the time. Scott voted with him 90% of the time.

But she snapped and turned on Republicans like a Washington Post reporter.

ITEM 11: But 26% of Wyomingites have a favorable opinion of her.

And she is only 32 points behind her challenger (checks notes) Annie Won Else. 

ITEM 12CNBC reported, "Fired Fox News editor Chris Stirewalt says he will testify before Jan. 6 riot committee."

It's his audition for The View.

ITEM 13: Insider reported, "US household wealth fell $500 billion to $149.3 trillion in the first quarter of 2022.

"It was the first decline in US household net worth since the start of the pandemic.

"The value of stocks fell $3 trillion while real estate value increased $1.6 trillion."

As Karen Carpenter might sing of Biden, "He's only just begun."

ITEM 14: KUSI reported, "Grand Jury indicts 11 ANTIFA & BLM members for attacking Trump supporters in Pacific Beach."

That is in California.

I am a little late on this story.

Then again, prosecutors are a year late on the indictments.

ITEM 15: Congress may consider raising the age to buy scary-looking rifles to 21. A reader questioned if this violates the 26th Amendment, which dropped the voting age -- and therefore citizenship -- to 18.

Maybe it does.

A month ago, AP reported, "A U.S. appeals court ruled Wednesday that California's ban on the sale of semiautomatic weapons to adults under 21 is unconstitutional.

"In a 2-1 ruling, a panel of the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Wednesday the law violates the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms and a San Diego judge should have blocked what it called 'an almost total ban on semiautomatic centerfire rifles' for young adults. 'America would not exist without the heroism of the young adults who fought and died in our revolutionary army,' Judge Ryan Nelson wrote. 'Today we reaffirm that our Constitution still protects the right that enabled their sacrifice: the right of young adults to keep and bear arms.'

Our Constitution protects us from the government. May the courts always remember that.

ITEM 16: It turns out, Britney was the sane one in her first marriage.

No, the ex is not THAT Jason Alexander.

ITEM 17The Daily Mail reported, "Justin Bieber has revealed that he fears struggling to eat after suffering temporary facial paralysis from Ramsay Hunt syndrome just days after being forced to cancel dates on his Justice World Tour and has asked fans to pray for him.

"The 28-year-old pop star took to his Instagram on Friday to share a three-minute video explaining the diagnosis which is a complication of shingles that can lead to facial paralysis. 

"According to the Mayo Clinic, the hearing loss and facial paralysis associated with Ramsay Hunt syndrome is temporary, however, can become permanent.  

"Justin's right eye was unable to blink and the right side of his face did not move as he began the video saying: 'Hey everyone Justin here, I wanted to update you guys on what's been going on."

Wow.

Pray for him and consider getting the shingles shot.

ITEM 18: Legal Insurrection reported, "Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s Children and Church Latest Target Of Radical RuthSentUs Group.

"Publicized where Barrett’s children attend school and where the family attends church, as part of protest call."

Instead of getting their jollies off on their January 6 Fake Insurrection, how about Liz and her new friends getting police protection for the justices? Send some Capitol Police officers.

Just not that Michael Byrd. I don't trust him around unarmed women.

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Two workers fell into a vat of chocolate.

Gimme a straw.

ITEM 19: Breitbart reported, "The Duval County Republican Party is hosting the first-ever flotilla in support of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in Jacksonville, Florida, this Saturday, with more than 1,000 boats already registered for the big event.

"Florida residents are no strangers to such boat parades, as thousands embarked for such events supporting former President Donald Trump over the past few years."

The 2024 race may be a sea battle. Pirates for Trump. Buccaneers for DeSantis. Please Clap for Jeb! 

ITEM 20The New York Post said, "It’s time for Republicans to move on."

The editorial concluded, "Donald Trump lost in 2020. Joe Biden is a disaster as president. Both are true. The nation has been through enough pain and mismanagement for a generation. We need a fresh start.

"Tune out the Jan. 6 hearings and binge-watch the new season of Stranger Things. Unsubscribe from Trump’s daily emails begging for money. Then pick your favorite from a new crop of conservatives. Look to 2022, and 2024, and a new era. Let’s make America sane again."

Yep, it is time for Republicans to move on -- from the New York Post.

I am not saying he is our nominee. Just saying he might be.

Never Bet Against Donald John Trump.

ITEM 21AP reported, "President Joe Biden will visit New Mexico on Saturday to talk about his administration’s efforts to tackle wildfires as residents smolder with anger over how federal officials allowed planned burns to spread out of control, leading to the largest blaze in recorded state history."

After blaming climate change, AP admitted in Paragraph 6, "In New Mexico, investigators have tracked the two source fires to burns that were set by federal forest managers as preventative measures. A group of Mora County residents sued the U.S. Forest Service this week in an effort to obtain more information about the government’s role."

Biden's forest managers set the billion-dollar blaze.

Everyone has heard of King Midas. Everything he touched turned to gold.

But let me tell you about the touch of King Feces, Biden's long-lost ancestor.

FINALLY, the Daily Mail reported, "America's largest newspaper chain Gannett has instructed its newsrooms to scale back opinion pieces which are 'repelling readers' who do not want to be told what to do. 

"The newspaper chain owns the USA Today network which takes in hundreds of local newspapers in almost every state across the country.

"At a recent editors committee meeting in April, editors said in a presentation: 'Readers don’t want us to tell them what to think. 

"'They don’t believe we have the expertise to tell anyone what to think on most issues."

That's true, but also readers know the opinions just repeat the same biases that are in the stories labeled as news.

79 comments:

  1. It's been branded "Liz Cheney Republicanism"

    "We Need To Get The Republican Party Back To Liz Cheney Republicanism" -- https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2022/06/10/morning_joes_richard_haass_we_need_to_get_the_republican_party_back_to_liz_cheney_republicanism.html

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    1. When I want advice on conservatism, Morning Joe is my first stop.

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    2. Call it what it is: Bush43/Cheney Republicanism.
      Deep State/Iraq War Republicanism.

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    3. When I want advice on conservatism, I would come here before I would turn on the TV.

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    4. My advice about coming here is serious.

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    5. It's those visits to the Babylon Bee. It happens to the best of us.

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  2. Instead of King Feces, I’d go with King Scheise (pronounced Shy-sa). Rhymes better.

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    1. I'll go with that! If it sounds right, it is.

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    2. Personally, I favor President Sponge Brain Shart Pants .. to connect with the newly awakened millenial generation

      You know, I'd love to take total credit for that one ... so I believe I will

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    3. For some reason this reminds me of an episode of "That 70's Show" where a young Kelso was nicknamed "Big Chief Brown Bottom"

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    4. I'll stick with The Drooling Moron in the White House. Harsh, but fair.

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  3. Item 7 - Climate change ain't courage!

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    1. I spent a lot of time on Georgian Bay/Lake Huron in the mid-to-late 80s. Great Lakes levels were going down them and you could notice it at the beach. No one called it climate change and most locals thought things would right themselves over time. Now every single weather-related or change in nature "event" is climate change. I don't believe it.

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    2. Lefties are dim witted ; normal weather is an average of what has occurred in the past . We ain't been keeping good records but about 150 years .

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  4. #2: DS, not only will your electric car run on coal...there is the hideousness of mining for metals to make the electric car batteries. John Hinderaker has a nice summary at Powerline. An incredible amount of mining just to make one battery. And I think of all the large earth-moving vehicles with their internal combustion engines. Sheesh. But anyway, I loved your Bert Lahr quote.

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    1. That was a major league eye opener - what it takes for one battery. And the fuel used by the massive trucks alone.

      https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2022/06/is-it-immoral-to-drive-an-electric-vehicle.php

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    2. By the way, that "anonymous" was Dermot.

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    3. the actual story by Ron Stein PE was even better

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    4. It was. Powerline was the Cliff Notes version.

      https://www.cfact.org/2022/06/07/is-it-ethical-to-purchase-a-lithium-battery-powered-ev/

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    5. I've tried to point out the mining aspect to EV believers and they just don't want to hear about it. They so believe in their own goodness and righteousness about everything electric that they look past it.

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  5. 3 - I expect him to be fired or resign under pressure soon. The players won’t give him their all.

    8 - did anyone attempt a drag bunt during the game?

    14 - no way the radical California jury convicts anyone.

    18 - where the hell is out disgraceful attorney general? Thank the heavens he didn’t become a Supreme Court justice.

    Where the hell is the FBI?

    The questions answer themselves - fuck Joe Biden and his administration.

    FINALLY - the last paragraph nails it.

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  6. Item 4: Net or gross? And if Net, that money was distributed over how many shareholders? Biden and those who rail against corporations forget that they are in the business of making money for those shareholders--which often include a multitude of pension plans held by ordinary citizens, states and municipalities.

    Item 6: It would be difficult to lose the other half of the Liz Cheney Fan Club as it consists of Liz Cheney.

    Item 7: True believers will not recognize their own foolishness as they bow down to Gaia.

    Item 12: Why? What relevance could a news EDITOR bring to the table? Was he there as an on the scene observer? Or was he, as his duties as an editor would indicate, back in the studio?

    Item 13: Hell of a job, Brandon. Seems Obama was right: “Never underestimate Joe’s ability to fuck things up.” (Or something like that.)

    Item 14: “…prosecutors are a year late on the indictments.” Prosecutors smelling blood in the water and realizing it’s theirs?

    Item 20: At least the NY Post got something right: “Tune out the Jan. 6 hearings…”

    Item 21: Perhaps, while Biden is in New Mexico, he’ll visit the border. Oh hell, who am I kidding. Doing so would admit there just might be a problem. He’s far more likely to tell a story of when he was a smoke jumper in his youth.

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    1. if states and municipalities are investing tax money you are over taxed

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    2. They do so with the money set aside for employee pensions. Or I would hope they do. Bank interest rates suck.

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    3. #6. Are you saying that Dick (not Hertz) isn't a fan? Maybe he should take his dear daughter on a hunting trip.

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  7. And various governmental units made more taxing gas than Exxon made producing, shipping and selling it.

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    1. The government has made more money with their printing presses in the last year than working Americans have earned in wages.
      And if I change that to been paid in wages, we could probably say double or even triple.

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    2. Some years back, some fool argued Exxon made too much money. I pointed out that the same year Exxon profited 30 billion, bernanke pulled 20 times as much, 600 billion, out of his ass.
      Quite the magic trick. At least Exxon customers got full tanks out of it.
      Waterman

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  8. I skipped the article about moving on from Trump and I am moving on from the NY Post. Loved the Cowardly Lion Song with Climate Change instead of Courage. :)

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    1. I am surprised that came from the Post. I assume it was an editorial. One thing I would say, though, is if Trump does run for president he needs to look to the future. 2020 is over and he needs to win 2024.

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    2. Those that don't know the past history are bound to repeat it.
      And insanity is going into the 2022 and future elections doing the same damn thing with democrat vote fraud machines fully in tact and expecting different results.
      As Biden said prior to Nov. 2022, "We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics." One of the few things he's said that wasn't a lie

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    3. I agree completely... I tried to read the whole Post Editorial piece and got so angry I just quit it... these people insist that Trump is delusional and just keeps harping on the 2020 'election' because of his 'ego'... but Dems know it was stolen and they are guilty so of course will not acknowledge any evidence of foul play (and there is plenty). The proof that RINOs went along with this because they wanted Trump out is how they allowed the J6 protesters to rot in jail and did nothing. It's a travesty.

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    4. I do agree that the 2020 election was stolen. But it seems to me that to make that a centre peice of the 2024 campaign is a mistake. Give people reasons to re-elect him.

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    5. Folks , if we don't do something about 2020 in short order we will not have a functioning country by 2024 .

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    6. Yep... do you think they will stop cheating on elections out of the goodness of their hearts?

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    7. I think genuinely good people have difficulty wrapping their heads around how corrupt and evil the Democrat Party really is.

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  9. Why Were Ukrainian Nazis in the U.S. Capitol on January 6?
    One of the images shows Sergai Dybynyn standing next to the horned Viking (an actor that goes by the name of Jake Angeli.
    Dybynyn is affiliated with members of the Ukrainian nationalist movement, some of which openly embrace extreme right-wing and fascist ideologies.
    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/06/no_author/why-were-ukrainian-nazis-in-the-u-s-capitol-on-january-6/

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  10. re: FINALLY --I can't imagine any rational person believing anything because news stories and editorials are all advocacy from the left. I was also shocked to read, I didn't see the report, that Fox had a very positive segment on a five-year-old transgender kid. All media are now polluted.

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  11. #1 I feel sorry for that mom because no one is really listening to her. It's all about politics.
    #21 - King Feces, FJB and Let's Go Brandon. If it fits, wear it.

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  12. Climate change bs. Having lived on the shore of Lake Michigan for longer than Don has been alive I can tell you...the water goes up and the water goes down on roughly an 11 year cycle. There was nothing particularly different with the recent lake levels other than a slightly longer cycle.

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  13. #9 - re: the Washington Post drama. It's a place where untalented, aging mean girls get work. One has been fired. Let's see what happens to the other one. (Taylor Lorenz)

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  14. re: Question of the Day. How do you dispose of used choclate safely? I do not want a straw.

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  15. #6 and #12 -- No one should care about what the 2 Chris guys think about anything, especially politics.

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  16. "My Andrew Wakefield Interview"
    CDC refuses to collect data on vaccine safety. Nobody has a risk-benefit study of these vaccines.
    The costs of the response to covid were never considered. https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/06/no_author/my-andrew-wakefield-interview/



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    1. The cost of living crisis and runaway inflation are a result of imposing ruinous lockdowns on society, experts have told MPs
      Eye-watering sums of money were spent during lockdowns, on furlough and business support schemes which helped mask the inevitable economic consequences we are now seeing. Many of our current problems could have been avoided had the government carried out an effective cost-benefit analysis of lockdowns and other restrictions. https://dailysceptic.org/2022/06/11/cost-of-living-crisis-a-result-of-lockdowns-experts-tell-mps/

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    2. I never agreed with any type of lockdown and supported how Florida and Sweden handled COVID. The failures of the lockdowns are only just starting to show. Wel'll be living with the economic and social costs for years. I would like to point out that our so-called betters never missed a pay cheque when they were making their lockdown decisions.

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    3. re: Andrew Wakefield. He may or may not have a point. However, it should be pointed out that he was involved in a flawed and eventually discredited study about how the MMR vaccine caused autism in children. He scared the crap out of many parents and his study likely didn't help with vaccination rates. I know a few parents with autistic kids and they still wonder if they should have had their kids vaccinated. Like everyone and everything these days, I would take would he says with a dose of skepticism.

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  17. QOD: Honey how was your day at work? A: I was up to my ass in chocolate

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    1. Where's Dick ? That ought to get him thinking !

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    2. Hahaha there appears to be an unofficial Richard Hertz fan club on here... love it!

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  18. ITEM 4: And Biden spent 250 times what Exxon made this year.

    Of our money.

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  19. ITEM 10: Sad thing about Cheney is she actually was a conservative. She voted with Trump 93% of the time
    Which makes me wonder what the Left has on her? Or maybe she's taking a YUGE bribe. Or even a modest one.

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    1. Me thinks Daddy told her that outsiders have no business running the USA .

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    2. It took Liz a while to discover Trump had ended our involvement in one war (Iraq), and did not drag us into another war. Strangely enough, the world became much more peaceful under Trump. It's enough to make a war monger spit.

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  20. #8. And I thought soccer was gay.

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  21. 10. Now that democrats have demonstrated that it is okay to perpetually investigate past presidents I hope a republican congress will investigate obama and find out how someone who was a "foreign student" could qualify to be a US president. Then charge him with sedition and overturn every law and eo he signed. Then find out who knew and charge them with treason.
    That would be truly satisfying!

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    1. Shortly before his untimely passing, Andrew Breitbart looked into Obama's foreign student claim and found it to be fraudulent, with the purpose of obtaining preferential admission and scholarship advantages in applying to Harvard Law School.

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    2. I remember that. Same thing with his biography.

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  22. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    3: Looks like that, "Go, Commies", cartoon last Fall was no joke.

    15: Have they consulted with the FIB?

    18: Bet Her Honor has a new appreciation for firearm ownership.

    20: They're still scared of him. And us.

    They lost.

    21 I thought Biden's long-lost ancestor was Zippy. He had the same touch.

    FINALLY: Al Neuharth must be spinning.

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  23. #21 ths is just thetipof the iceberg, We've got major issues in the Fed firefighting system. incompetence, low morale, (due mainly to not fighting fire when easy to stop) not enough people. equipment and aircraft.
    We here in the NW are fortunate that we have a wet spring.Still dry in the SW and California. Thank God this isn't occurring like the last two years.

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  24. #20. Joe is our most "in" President. He's incontinent, incompetent, incoherent and indecent.

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  25. #15. Gee, I got my first rock and roll m-16 at age 17.
    Here's an idea. Since they're supposedly too immature to be full citizens, they are surely too immature to vote. Or be drafted.
    Waterman

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  26. #1 That mother’s testimony was so moving and so on point. In Chicago the black parents mostly sound like her. But the gangs and alder creatures have a symbiotic relationship which revolves around the gangs getting “votes” and kickbacks while the alder creatures leave them to destroy their neighborhoods. Meanwhile Kim the commie Foxx runs revolving door justice.

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    1. Agree. Chicago is truly in a sad state and the people in charge just don't care. I include the gangs in that.

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  27. "'They don’t believe we have the expertise to tell anyone what to think on most issues."

    Yep

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