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Monday, June 20, 2022

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Just the News reported, "Eight Republican House members have introduced legislation to defund climate czar John Kerry and other climate tyrants inside the Biden administration, blaming them for an energy crisis that has sent gasoline soaring to $5 a gallon.

"The group, led by Rep. Chip Roy of Texas, introduced the No Taxpayer Funding for CZARS Act that would ban federal funding for any activity of the special presidential envoy for climate, including salary and both administrative and travel expenses."

The warmup to 2023 has begun.

ITEM 2: Biden fell off his bicycle on Saturday morning. Looking at the Zagruder film, I noticed something.

Everyone else was veering to the right, but he kept straight ahead, followed only by a Secret Service man.

Metaphor for his disastrous presidency?

All he needs is a meeting with the Killer Rabbit to complete his transition to Jimmy Carter.

ITEM 3: Fortune magazine reported, "Between a tanking stock market, soaring inflation, and mounting recession fears, Americans are turning on the economy.

"And somewhere, Vladimir Putin is probably smiling about it.

"Amid all the chaos, inflation has become the biggest financial concern of nearly every American as prices rise for everything from gas to groceries.

"There are several reasons that inflation reached a 40-year-high of 8.6% last month, including rising rents and labor costs. But economists say a major driver is Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the subsequent disruption to commodities that it has caused."

So we imposed economic sanctions on Russia that backfired on behalf of a backward country that is run by a comic named Zelensky who gave Democrats an excuse to impeach Trump.

It is almost as if Zelensky and Putin cut a deal to bring us down. 

ITEM 4: The Wall Street Journal reported, "Germany will restart coal-fired power plants and offer incentives for companies to curb natural gas consumption, marking a new step in the economic war between Europe and Russia.

"Berlin unveiled the measures Sunday after Russia cut gas supplies to Europe last week as it punched back against European sanctions and military support for Ukraine."

Putin is killing the Climate Change Hoax.

Bloomberg reported, "Britain spearheaded commitments to end dirty power when it hosted COP26. Now energy security is the top priority."

Why should England close its coal plants while India and Red China open new ones?

HAPPY 159TH BIRTHDAY, WEST VIRGINIA!

And don't even think of starting that BS about our statehood not being legitimate. The Supreme Court decided it was more than a century ago.

West Virginia seceded from the British Empire, then seceded from the United States, then seceded from the Confederacy. Mess with Texas before you mess with us.

ITEM 5: NOLA reported, "A gigantic Afro hair pick, decorated with a peace sign and surmounted by a clenched Black fist, popped up in Lafayette Square on Friday evening. A social media video shows New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell pulling away sheeting to expose the estimated 24-foot-tall steel creation, 'All Power to All People,' by artist Hank Willis Thomas."

Democrats embraced white supremacy for 100 years, then traded it in for black supremacy because Democrats see power in playing the races against one another.

By the way, the "peace sign" is actually Churchill's V for Victory sign.

ITEM 6: AP cheerfully reported, "Democrats are going to hold onto the House after November's midterm elections. They will pick up as many as four seats in the Senate, expanding their majority and overcoming internal dissent that has helped stifle their agenda.

"As the challenges confronting President Joe Biden intensify, his predictions of a rosy political future for the Democratic Party are growing bolder. The assessments, delivered in speeches, fundraisers and conversations with friends and allies, seem at odds with a country that he acknowledged this week was 'really, really down,' burdened by a pandemic, surging gas prices and spiking inflation."

AP.

Almost Pravda.

ITEM 7: The Spectator reported, "Joe Biden’s tampon shortage.

"It’s his fault, period."

But others disagree. The Independent reported last month, "Tampon producer Procter & Gamble blames Amy Schumer for shortage."

Ow, ow, ow. I just bit through my tongue holding back the jokes.

My wife laughed at them.

ITEM 8: Move over transitory inflation. Make room for transitory recession.

ABC reported, "A coming recession is not at all inevitable as the Federal Reserve takes increasingly aggressive actions to address sharply rising inflation, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Sunday."

Yellen said, "I expect the economy to slow. It's been growing at a very rapid rate, as the economy, as the labor market, has recovered and we have reached full employment. It's natural now that we expect a transition to steady and stable growth, but I don't think a recession is at all inevitable."

Fact check: The economy shrank by 1.5% in the first quarter.

She looks like my dear old grandmother now.

Grandma didn't know jack about the economy either.

ITEM 9: Kane at Citizen Free Press reported, "Fina, swimming’s world governing body, has voted to stop transgender athletes from competing in women’s elite races if they have gone through any part of the process of male puberty.

"The new policy requires transgender competitors to have completed their transition by the age of 12 in order to be able to compete in women’s competitions. Fina will also aim to establish an ‘open’ category at competitions for swimmers whose gender identity is different than their birth sex."

Sanity arrives a swimming season too late.

FRESH-BAKED TRUMPENFREUDE: The Hollywood Reporter reported, "Oscar-winning director Paul Haggis (Crash) was detained on Sunday in the southern Italian town of Ostuni on charges of sexual assault and aggravated personal injury, according to multiple reports in the Italian media and a statement by the public prosecutors of the nearby city of Brindisi.

"A young woman, identified only as being “foreign,” that is not Italian, has pressed charges against Haggis, accusing the two-time Oscar winner of forcing her to engage in sexual intercourse over the course of two days in Ostuni, where Haggis was scheduled to hold a series of master classes at the Allora Fest, a new film festival launched by L.A.-based Italian journalist Silvia Bizio and Spanish art critic Sol Costales Doulton that is set to run from June 21-26."

"The story also said, "In 2018, the publicist Haleigh Breest sued Haggis, who wrote the Oscar-winning screenplay to Million Dollar Baby and wrote and directed Oscar best picture winner Crash, alleging he had violently raped her in her New York apartment after a premiere in 2013. In the wake of her allegations, three more women came forward with separate sexual misconduct allegations against Haggis. Haggis has denied all the claims."

On October 27, 2017, Haggis said, "Trump is allowing us to see how truly racist our society is."

He also piled on Harvey Weinstein who at the time was accused of, well, what Haggis is accused of.

ITEM 10: AP reported, "Lightyear did not go to infinity (or beyond) in its first weekend in theaters: Pixar’s first major theatrical release since March 2020 blasted off with $51 million in its debut weekend in North America, according to studio estimates on Sunday."

The film cost $200 million to make.

Paragraph 11 said, "Lightyear opened in 4,255 locations domestically and in 43 markets overseas. Thirteen nations from the Muslim world and the Palestinian territory barred Lightyear from playing in their cinemas because of the inclusion of a brief kiss between a lesbian couple."

Happy Pride Month, groomers.

ITEM 11Margaret Menge reported, "Five months after breaking the story of the CEO of One America insurance company saying deaths among working people ages 18-64 were up 40% in the third quarter of 2021, I can report that a much larger life insurance company, Lincoln National, reported a 163% increase in death benefits paid out under its group life insurance policies in 2021.

"This is according to the annual statements filed with state insurance departments — statements that were provided exclusively to Crossroads Report in response to public records requests.

"The reports show a more extreme situation than the 40% increase in deaths in the third quarter of 2021 that was cited in late December by One America CEO Scott Davison — an increase that he said was industry-wide and that he described at the time as unheard of and 'huge, huge numbers' and the highest death rates that have ever been seen in the history of the life insurance business.

"The annual statements for Lincoln National Life Insurance Company show that the company paid out in death benefits under group life insurance polices a little over $500 million in 2019, about $548 million in 2020, and a stunning $1.4 billion in 2021."

For 40 years, Iran has shouted death to America.

Fauci and all those governors who panicked over covid may have accomplished this. We shut the country down for a virus that 99% of those infected survive -- in fact most have to be told they have the virus.

ITEM 12Jack Phillips of The Epoch Times reported, "Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said that the federal government may take action against airlines on consumers’ behalf amid numerous flight cancellations in recent weeks, including more than 2,000 that were canceled on Saturday and Sunday morning."

Paternity Leave Pete shows he has no idea of how the airline industry works.

None.

Hiring a man for a Cabinet post simply because he is gay and gays donate millions to the Democrats will kill airlines. Congress needs to stop this unqualified ninny from suing anyone.

Maybe if Biden hadn't told pilots to be vaccinated or be fired they would not be quitting their jobs.

ITEM 13: 2020 Mules.

Really, that should have been the name.

ITEM 14: NYT reported, "When Sally Buzbee joined The Washington Post a year ago this month, she took over a newsroom that had nearly doubled to more than 1,000 journalists under the ownership of Jeff Bezos, who bought it in 2013. Its coverage regularly won Pulitzer Prizes.

"The newspaper has continued growing in the months since. It has opened breaking news hubs in Seoul and London to become more of a 24-hour global operation. It expanded coverage of technology, climate and personal health. Its reporting won the Pulitzer Prize for public service this year.

"But Ms. Buzbee is now on the defensive, yet to completely win over the newsroom and facing internal strife that has eclipsed some of her bold plans.

"Internal frustration with Ms. Buzbee has spilled into public view. Much of it resulted from two social media storms — one that led to the firing of a reporter, and another that led to accusations that a feature editor’s promotion was unfairly rescinded. Many journalists at the newspaper say the problems resulted from an outdated policy on how employees should conduct themselves online, and a star system that has led to uneven enforcement of that policy. Ms. Buzbee released a draft of a new social media policy on Wednesday."

Sounds like Buzbee is in over her head.

The story said, "Ms. Buzbee, 57, joined The Post last June, becoming the first female executive editor in its 145-year history. She had spent her career at The Associated Press, most recently serving as executive editor. She replaced Martin Baron, who remade the newsroom over eight years to much acclaim, including 10 Pulitzer Prizes."

Maybe WaPo should go back to what worked for 145 years.

ITEM 15: 100% Fed Up reported, "Radical left pro-abortion activists march outside Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s house while holding bloody baby dolls

"The pro-abortion radical left have gotten increasingly bold since the leak revealing an impending overturning of Roe v. Wade.

"Their protests outside of the homes of conservative Supreme Court Justices Barrett and Kavanaugh have gotten more and more grotesque and threatening in the past few weeks as well."

Interesting because today is the 56th anniversary of the Beatles releasing their Yesterday and Today album.

Baby, you can drive my car...

ITEM 16: The Epoch Times reported, "Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President Loretta Mester said it will take two years for inflation to fall to the central bank’s 2% target, adding that it will be moving down gradually from the current level."

Her exact words were, "It isn’t going to be immediate that we see 2 percent inflation. It will take a couple of years, but it will be moving down."

The cure for inflation is spelled R-E-C-E-S-S-I-O-N.

FINALLY, people ask me why I still do Twitter.

81 comments:

  1. Mess with Texas before you mess with West Virginia????

    Easy now, we have counties bigger than West Virginia!! 😀

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    1. Who is the best basketball player to come out of Texas?

      Almost Heaven has The Logo.

      Game, set, and match to the Montaineers!! 👏👏👏

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    2. Maybe you do have bigger counies, but it's unfortunate you've got a one-eyed rino representing some of them.
      -LG

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    3. Are you speaking of "Eyepatch McCain?"

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    4. Eyepatch McCain has turned out to be a real dud. Any chance of him getting primaried out of business?

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  2. Item 7: “Joe Biden’s tampon shortage.” Maybe the “bleeding people” should visit the rooms in schools and liberal businesses formerly known as mens’ bathrooms. That’s where tampons are stored these days.

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    1. Yes. Never thought I would be commenting on tampons.

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  3. Choose your tomorrow but start today.
    It brought tears to my eyes.

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    1. I think that is an especially good message for young people. (All of us, though.)

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  4. From Item 14 on WaPo: "(Buzbee) took over a newsroom that had nearly doubled to more than 1,000 journalists under the ownership of Jeff Bezos, who bought it in 2013."

    The Post lost money in the two years before Bezos bought it (for $250 million, to make sure no person thinking about fundementals would even consider bidding for it) and was described as "a shadow of the newspaper that it used to be" at the time by a former reporter.

    No one can possibly believe that the Post has turned itself around financially in the past nine years to the point where it can support a doubling of its journalist staff.

    The paper obviously continues to hemorrhage large amounts of money ($52 for a full-year online subscription!!), but it's pocket change to Bezos, whose ownership of the Post is all about self-protection (keeping the Deep State off his company's back) and hard-left, sensible conservative-hating agenda advancement.

    The more than 1,000 journalists play along, even through their primary directive is "say nothing bad about our owner, or his company."

    That these journalists who have sold out their core principles are acting like mean-spirited spoiled children should surprise no one.

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    1. The paper is a joke and the reporters are a joke, led by aging mean girls.

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  5. Item 16: “Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank President Loretta Mester said it will take two years for inflation to fall to the central bank’s 2% target” There are a few words missing in that statement: “… it will take two years of a Trump presidency for inflation to fall ...”

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  6. "Choose your tomorrow but start today." It does sound like a prayer but we only have today anyway so making today a good one and choosing what tomorrow might be is a great activity. [Good reason to be on twitter, too]

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  7. Item 9. What sanity are you talking about? If FINA has some cajones, they would've said "Those born with an innie will swim as girls. Those born with an outie will swim as boys."
    -LG

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    1. Several states are following the lead and not allowing minors to destroy their bodies and future. This is a round about way of slamming the door and deferring the lawsuits.

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    2. Categories that are not scientific are too confusing and too easy to twist into meaningless knots. Male - Female, Man - Woman, innie - outie….This is very simple and totally scientific and foolproof.
      Competition Categories simply need to be either XX or XY. Thats it…..no debate needed( and if you are XXY, dont bother, you wont win)

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  8. #2 Biden can't even get riding a bike right. He probably saw a child he wanted to smell. And who uses peddle straps to ride around Rehoboth DE. That place is flat as a pancake. He's just following in Obama's footsteps when that messiah looked completely stupid and effeminate in his mama jeans and crash helmet

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    1. The man is a demented, evil spaz.

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    2. Which one LuAnn? I'd say both.

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    3. Both, although you wouldn't think that it would be possible. I forgot to add grifter and perv, too.

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  9. AP = Already Pravda. Has been for years.

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    1. I was thinking Authentic Pravda, but yours works.

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    2. American Pravda

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    3. American Pravda to differentiate it from the more trustworthy version.

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  10. Item #9 .. Now, all that's left to do is to arrest the entire Academy of Arts and Sciences for naming "Crash" the movie of the year in 2004

    As for appropriate sentence, they should be forced to sit in theaters "Clockwork Orange" style and watch Crash endlessly over and over again .. until they feel the same sense of nausea the rest of us felt 10 minutes into watching it the first time

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    1. I enthusiastically went to see that "art" movie in 2004 and at the time, I had to look away. It was awful and disturbing to me.

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    2. However, I did love the book Clockwork Orange and I liked the movie, too, unlike Crash.

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    3. I studied Russian so I recognized the Russian roots and cognates for that "Nadsat" lingo Alex and his droogs (Russian for friend, of course) speak
      Indeed the word "nadsat" is the Russian equiv of -teen

      Because of that, I enjoyed the book even more than the movie
      Most English speakers will get a little put off cause they cant follow the narrative. But if the slang is no problem, its just too funny. The sheer nihilism going on inside Alex's juvenile delinquent mind is amazing

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  11. #1 "Eight Republican House members have introduced legislation to defund climate czar John Kerry and other climate tyrants inside the Biden administration, blaming them for an energy crisis that has sent gasoline soaring to $5 a gallon".

    There is no risk for the GOP in proposing such legislation now. There is no chance such legislation would pass, but they can use it in their campaign ads. That is what ticks me off about the GOP. When they have the opportunity to actually pass a bill and have it signed into law, they will meekly refuse to do so all in the name of "working across the aisle and bipartisanship".

    Much like all the issues they campaigned on for years in order to be elected, but then chickened out on once Trump was elected and there was a real chance that conservative policies could actually be implemented.

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    1. Exactly. There are certain issues they really don't want to solve. Just go back to repealing Obamacare. There were a number of bills that were passed while Obama was president, so they were never going to see the light of day. Then when they had a chance to get something through Ryan was in control of the House. The Republicans are the NY Generals to the Democrats Harlem Globe Trotters.

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    2. All true, but only 8 signed this. Why isn't my representative, Trent Kelly, one of the 8? the question answers itself.

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    3. My Rep, "Capt" Greg Steube, was one who signed. He has been doing a great job.

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  12. 12: Let's not forget that Butt-edge-edge was confirmed in short order by RINO votes in the Senate. For the Senate RINO's "advice and consent" means "rubberstamp" without actually doing due diligence.

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  13. The real reason behind the tampon shortage:

    https://nypost.com/2022/05/06/oregon-law-requires-menstrual-products-in-boys-bathrooms/

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  14. 'Finally' - AA also saved my fathers life.. and brought me to Al-Anon, which probably saved mine.

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    1. Thanks for sharing that. Nice to hear.

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    2. "Riding The Elephant" by Craig Ferguson (memoir) is all about being sober (fighting to be, every single day). Highly recommended.

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  15. Johnny from ClevelandJune 20, 2022 at 8:47 AM

    Item 12 - I prefer the name Pipsqueak Pete. Feels more accurate and has a nice ring to it!

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  16. It is almost as if Zelensky and Putin cut a deal to bring us down.
    Putin predicts a "change of the elites."

    "The European Union has completely lost its political sovereignty, and its bureaucratic elites are dancing to someone else’s tune, accepting whatever they are told from above, causing harm to their own population and their own economy."

    He said there will be a "change of elites" in the West as part of the "revolutionary" shift initiated by the Ukraine war and the US-Europe overreaching: "Such a detachment from reality, from the demands of society, will inevitably lead to a surge of populism and the growth of radical movements, to serious social and economic changes, to degradation, and in the near future, to a change of elites," Putin said.

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    1. Zelensky cut his deal with the Obiden Syndicate, not Putin. He's being paid well to get a thousand Ukrainians killed per day in the service of the American Deep State, while he lets our crooked politicians use Ukraine as a Criminal Disneyland. They're even building the next Plandemic there.

      Putin is the worst--except for all our retarded evil dictators.

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    2. Hopefully there will be a continued surge in populism. Marine Le Pen's party has helped break the stranglehold of Macron on the National Assembly to the point where he is president but with a legislative minority. The problem is the resurrgence of the Left in France in this election under Melanchon who put together a winning coalition. Leftism is very entrenched in France. But populism is rising because the politicians no longer represent their voters.

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    3. I don't trust either of them.

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    4. If Le Pen was committed to fixing France, she would find a new standard bearer who could actually get elected. She's as much failure theater as RINOs are here.

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    5. I think she is on her way out.

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  17. Pedo the Pedaler saw a little girl on the bike path. He decided to stop and grope her but his feet were locked in his toe clamps so he fell over.

    He needs more than his toes clamped. Perv. Biden thought he was In Like Schwinn, but there's No Room for Groomers!

    He Skids for Kids!
    He's Churlish for Girlish!
    Joe Bikes for Tykes!
    No Gropes for Mopes!
    Crotch Clamps for Gramps!

    I’m only surprised the White House hasn’t accused the child of being a Russian plant yet.

    It’s the Perfect Metaphor; the guy literally cannot stop himself.

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  18. #1 Hopefully the warmup will come to a boil.

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  19. #4 No western country should do anything to appease the climate gods. Nor should any country. Economic development requires a lot of energy to help lift people out of poverty. The wind and the sun aren't going to do that.

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  20. #3 - Don't trust Putin or Zelensky.

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  21. #9 -- It's about time that FINA got its act together and put a stop to transgenders competiting in women's swimming events. They should not be competing in any women's events and should have their own competitions.

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    1. Wonder if they will take back the trophies "won" by wilLIAm Thomas?

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  22. #13- re: 2000 Mules -- Ding, ding, ding! Trump's got it!

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  24. 3 - so now Fortune magazine and their economists are blaming Putin for our inflation. Fortune is now The National Review of financial magazines.

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    1. I stopped taking Fortune and the Economist seriously a long time ago.

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  26. 9 - as a food product, haggis disgusts me. As a person, haggis disgusts me.

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  27. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead: The new best seller.

    2: Depending on the vid, you can see he'd dismounted, so he didn't fall off the bike.

    He fell off the ground.

    4: So, if it's OK for Vandalia to secede, it must have been OK for the South to secede.

    11: All those governors who panicked over covid didn't.

    They just got in touch with their inner Mao.

    14: Yeah, but how many of those Pulitzers were as valid as Walter Duranty's.

    FINALLY: Dave is a lucky guy.

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  28. Item 2: He fell after coming to a full stop! What's going on here? I think we know. He didn't have his oatmeal that morning.

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  29. #6 Always Pravda
    #9 In the second paragraph, it sounds like they encourage children to transition by age 12. That's not encouraging at all.
    #15 Will we ever learn who leaked the draft copy of the Supreme Court's decision on Roe? Could it really be that difficult to find out?

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    1. I don't think we will find out who the leaker is because I think John Roberts wants it that way. He will delay the decision as long as possible.

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  30. #5. By the way, the "peace sign" is actually Churchill's V for Victory sign or as we say it, peace through fire superiority.

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    1. My friend who is from England told me that English archers who were captured by the French had their index and middle fingers cut off so that they could no longer operate their longbows. He says that the V sign was used by uncaptured and victorious archers in a display of defiance against the French. I don't know if it's totally true, but I like that explanation. V for victory!

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  31. #11. What caused the increase in 2019? I would speculate it wasn't covid. My guess is it is from the lockdown. Idle time plus gov handouts spells disaster, but also mental hell issues from the isolation imposed by the Chicom plant in niiad.

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    1. or lack of treatments, or the treatment, or mis-treatment

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  32. Item 2...I recall back in the day when I was sporting around on my Suzuki GT550. I came to a long line at a stop sign and slowed to a stop. I went to put my right leg down and the kick starter apparently went in my pants leg. Committed to that right leg, I took a very slow and very embarrassing fall to the ground. Kinda reminded me of the guy on the tricycle in Rowan and Martins Laugh In. Since I had to wait for all the traffic to move, everyone had a good laugh at my expense. Sure wish I would have had a full coverage helmet at the time.

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  33. Haha... my comment above was confirmed!!! Pedophile Biden WAS stopping to sniff a child!!!

    https://beckernews.com/new-video-surfaces-revealing-the-disturbing-reason-biden-actually-crashed-his-bike-45465/

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    1. So what you are saying is he was swept off his feet by the beauty of a seven year old? Pardon me while I puke.

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  34. Item 14: Sally Buzbee (WaPo "editor") is what happens when the boss wants a servile half-wit who won't pose a threat to his/her authority.

    Which is why Germany's invasion of Russia was so successful for the first three months in 1941. I recommend "Stalin's Folly," by Constantine Pleshakov (2005), for clear and concise information about the first ten days of that war (started 06/22/41).

    Back to Buzbee. This is the "Hire The Worst" corporate template in action.

    Remember Susan Zirinsky --- "the first female President and Senior Executive Producer of CBS News," her WikiPravda profile breathlessly exclaims --- ?

    Her most notable accomplishment was handing out a humongous contract to the permanently heinous Norah O'Donnell (evening news "anchor"), which almost bankrupted CBS "News" (remember when they did the same thing with Katie Couric?!).

    Zirinsky is long gone, and O'Donnell just got her contract chopped in half, which means they're still wildly overpaying her.

    EEO (Exalted Eunuch of) CNN Brian Stelter could get the same ratings results.

    Norah, when Brian gets the Ax from CNN, save your job!

    Take a 99% pay cut. And hire the soon-to-be-fired Buzbee as your weekend / vacation relief. She won't pose a threat to the throne.

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