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Thursday, June 23, 2022

Highlights of the News

Before Biden, we were the rich country that helped everyone else out.

ITEM 1: The Philadelphia Inquirer reported, "Justified homicides jumped 67% from 2020 to 2021 ― from 12 to 20 according to the Philadelphia Police Department. Another six have been ruled justified by the department but are awaiting the District Attorney’s office to sign off. In 2019, there were 10 justified killings, six in 2018 and eight in 2017, the department said.

"So far in 2022, victims have shot at least eight armed assailants to death, with more than seven months remaining in the year."

District Attorney Larry Krasner said, "The total number of shootings and the climate of gun violence has gotten more severe. So I would expect that there would be more situations involving self-defense."

Maybe that is what we do. Arm everyone and not bother having a police department except to determine whether the killing was justified or not. Ambulances can be replaced with hearses.

My plan would cut the murder rate in half by week's end.

ITEM 2: Fox reported, "Teenage mother Brooke Alexander, who was featured in a recent Washington Post report about the consequences of the Texas Heartbeat Bill, received a heartwarming gift of nearly $50,000 on fundraising site GoFundMe.com from those moved by her story of needing to provide for her twin infants.

"Having received $48,825 as of early Wednesday afternoon, Alexander had just about met her stated $50,000 goal in a single day."

It looks like the pro-life and pro-abortion sides have come together to help one teenage mother.

WaPo's point was, gee, those meanies in Texas "forced" her into motherhood.

But she said, "It's really scary thinking that I wouldn't have them."

ITEM 3: The Hill said, "70% of LGBTQ+ Americans report regular discrimination, annual GLAAD study finds."

Well, I did my own study. 71% of non-LGBT Americans report regular discrimination, so there.

ITEM 4: NYT asked, "Could New York City Lose Its Last Remaining Jewish Congressman?"

That would be Jerry Nadler. New York lost another congressional seat and another Electoral College vote. It is musical chairs which means two incumbents must square off in the primary, Nadler and Carolyn Maloney.

If Nadler loses, waddle he do?

Maybe he can get her to convert to keep the seat kosher.

ITEM 5: NSSF reported, "The White House’s press people are denying it, but NSSF learned from Winchester Ammunition that they were being told that M855/SS109 ammunition sales to civilians from the Lake City, Mo., facility are on the chopping block. That would potentially choke off over 30% of the ammunition used on AR-15 style rifles by law-abiding citizens. It would also risk the jobs of up to 500 employees and the Defense Department’s ability to surge ammunition production during increased operational tempo periods.

"The Lake City, Mo., ammunition production facility is operated under contract by Winchester Ammunition. Winchester sells excess ammunition produced during normal operations. That’s how they are able to sustain the workforce that surges capacity to the Defense Department during conflicts. Winchester would be forced to reduce that workforce if commercial sales of ammunition were halted, posing a serious risk for the ability of the production facility to fulfill its mission during a wartime footing."

They cannot take our guns so they will take our ammo.

ITEM 6: ABC reported, "President Joe Biden's calls for Congress to pass a gas tax holiday were being met with skepticism Wednesday from both sides of the aisle.

"In an exclusive interview with ABC News, Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia said he had several concerns with the proposal and signaled he would not support it."

Knocking 18 cents a gallon off the price won't drop $5 gasoline to $2 a gallon again.

ITEM 7: Variety reported, "MindGeek, the internet company best known for operating Pornhub, said that CEO Feras Antoon and COO David Tassillo have resigned."

The story said, "News of the exit of MindGeek’s two top executives comes shortly after the New Yorker published an 8,000-word investigative piece on the company.

"According to the article, Pornhub has hosted sexually explicit nonconsensual videos — including those with children — for years. MindGeek’s policies say videos on its site are vetted to ensure that they don’t feature minors and also to verify that the videos have been shared with the consent of the people who appear in them. However, the New Yorker interviewed several women who discovered videos and pictures of themselves on Pornhub that they did not consent to sharing and who spent months trying to get the site to remove the material."

Jeffrey Toobin hardest hit.

ITEM 8: Kane at Citizen Free Press reported, "AOC is not pleased with her $173,000 Congressional salary…"

And yet, she seeks a third term. Amazing.

ITEM 9: Just the News reported, "Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday suggested that the Supreme Court discover who leaked the draft majority opinion signaling the likely overturn of Roe v. Wade by contacting the Politico reporters who originally published the opinion."

Yep.

I suspect Chief Justice John Roberts is behind the leak.

ITEM 10: Legal Insurrection reported, "Arkansas’s anti-BDS law requiring state contractors to certify they don’t boycott Israel passes constitutional muster, according to the full Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. The court’s decision in the highly watched case of Arkansas Times LP v. Waldrip, handed down this morning, affirmed the lower court decision upholding the state law."

The story said, "Although the majority opinion did not discuss this, government contractors are commonly required to provide certifications for many things, including their assurance that they do not discriminate. In fact, the paperwork government contractors are required to submit is frequently copious and oppressive. But, certifications of this nature have not been held to be unconstitutionally compelled speech."

Justice 1, Anti-Semites 0.

ITEM 11: The New York Post reported, "Shoplifter who even DA Alvin Bragg wanted locked up is let go after 122nd arrest — thanks to bail laws."

The New York Post reported, "NYPD tweaks solo subway patrol policy after detective assaulted."

The New York Post reported, "NYC man who allegedly slashed girlfriend is two-time ex-con out on bail in gun case."

Crime is not out of control in New York City.

Crime is fully in control and likely feeding kickbacks to the politicians and the judges.

ITEM 12Reuters reported, "Tesla Inc.'s new car factories in Texas and Berlin are losing billions of dollars as they struggle to increase production because of a shortage of batteries and China port issues, Chief Executive Elon Musk said in an interview published on Wednesday."

Maybe Tesla should do what toy companies do and ship the cars batteries not included.

ITEM 13: Fox reported, "The Democratic National Committee slashed the price for a photo with Vice President Kamala Harris at a women’s forum amid the veep’s cratering approval rating.

"Harris was slated to appear at the DNC’s Women’s Leadership Forum this year as a headliner with a reported $15,000 price tag for a photo with the vice president.

"The event ended up not selling enough tickets and was postponed along with the five-figure price tag for donors to have their picture taken with a sitting public servant."

Hunter Biden also is having a big clearance sale. 

Check out these prices. Membership in NATO is half off. 

Cabinet secretaries? BOGO. 

And the Big Guy is dropping the requirement to shower with your daughter for a presidential pardon.

ITEM 14: Pew Research Center polled journalists and the public on how well journalists do their job. 

Pew then buried the news in its story.

Paragraphs 18 and 19, "In all five areas, journalists give far more positive assessments than the general public of the work news organizations are doing. And on four of the five items, Americans on the whole are significantly more likely to say the news media is doing a bad job than a good job. For example, while 65% of journalists say news organizations do a very or somewhat good job reporting the news accurately, 35% of the public agrees, while 43% of U.S. adults say journalists do a bad job of this.

"Similarly, while nearly half of journalists (46%) say they feel extremely or very connected with their audiences, only about a quarter of the public (26%) feels that connection with their main news organizations."

Journalists are out of touch with their audiences because journalists waste too much time talking to the government and spend too little time interacting with their readers and viewers.

ITEM 15: Twitchy reported, "Uvalde school district Chief of Police Pete Arredondo placed on administrative leave."

I trust there will be a criminal investigation. KLM. Kids Lives Matter.

ITEM 16: Post Millennial reported, "Pro-abortion activists swarm Wisconsin state capital as GOP block attempt to overturn abortion ban."

Once again, Democrat Karens are taking over the state Capitol because they are not getting their way.

This is a planned and deliberate takeover of the building just as they did when Republicans dared to end having schools as closed-union shops under Governor Scott Walker.

Don't expect the Democrat governor to do anything except blame Republicans for not overturning an 1849 law banning abortion, which will take effect again once Roe is overturned.

ITEM 17: Blaze Media reported, "Teenagers break into an $8 million Florida mansion and throw a massive party. Police say they posted video to social media."

Juvenile detention until they are 21 and anyone 18 or older gets tried as an adult and sentenced to a real prison. 

ITEM 18: Zero Hedge reported, "Late last week we warned that according to real-time indicators, such as soaring mortgage rates and collapsing demand, a housing market crash appeared inevitable. Today we got the clearest sign that the banks agree when out of the blue -- or rather out of the hurricane --  JPMorgan announced it was cutting over a thousand home-lending employees and reassigning hundreds more after soaring interest rates dried up mortgage demand. 

"Jamie Dimon pulled off his best Jean-Baptiste Emmanuel Zorg impression when the bank decided that more than 1,000 workers will be affected by the slowdown in housing, with roughly half fired and the other half moved to other (less paying) divisions within the bank, Bloomberg reports."

When the bank is laying people off, you know a Depression lies ahead.

ITEM 19: Outkick reported, "Andrew Gillum, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate that nearly won the 2018 race over current Florida governor Ron DeSantis, has been indicted on 21 federal charges, including 19 counts of wire-tap fraud and conspiracy. He served as 126th Mayor of Tallahassee between 2014 and 2018."

Is he guilty?

Obama campaigned for him.

FINALLYThe Center Square reported, "The majority of Republican and Independent voters think red flag gun laws that allow judges to confiscate individuals’ firearms can be abused for political reasons, according to a new poll.

"Convention of States Action, along with the Trafalgar Group, released polling data Wednesday that shows that 72.2% of Republicans and 52.3% of Independents 'believe that red flag gun control laws that are designed to temporarily take guns away from individuals have the potential to be abused by local authorities and government officials to disarm their political opponents and/or citizens who disagree with them.'

"Only 16.4% of Democrats agreed. Overall, 46.7% of all surveyed said there was potential for abuse while 30.8% said there was no potential for abuse of the laws."

I think we can compromise.

Let us set one standard for determining crazy. The red flag goes into effect only if you have a bagful of dead kittens or you voted for a Democrat in the last election.

90 comments:

  1. Where are the True Republicans?

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    1. At work trying to earn enough money to get home and see their starving families....

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    2. Like I keep saying, their elected leaders do not represent their views.

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  2. Item #16 - Wonder if anyone in Wisconsin would point out that the banning abortion bill was passed by Democrats and in fact pre-dates the GOP by several years.....

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    1. Shhhhh. Can’t spoil their outrage party.

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    2. Democrats today are outraged by everything their party once did. They are even destroying statues of prominent democrats from 160 years ago, the guys who were willing to fight the Republicans over their beliefs.

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  3. 1. Police Departments did not exist when the Constitution was adopted.

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    1. New York City's Police department is one of the oldest in the nation. Established in 1845.
      Need I say it's been down hill ever since?

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    2. Wrong. The NYC Police were first-rate under Giuliani and under Bloomberg's chief Ray Kelly. Their "broken windows" and "stop and frisk" strategies made the Big Apple the safest city of its size in the world.

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    3. Well, except for 9/11, which was a foreign act of war.

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  4. Item 12: “Maybe Tesla should do what toy companies do and ship the cars batteries not included.” Or at least design them with a couple of hitching points for a team of horses.

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    1. Or holes in the floor for a Freddy Flintstone look

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    2. I remember hearing that the the battery manufacturing was Elon's biggest profit center ? Anybody have any info on this ?

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  5. ITEM 1: Maybe that is what we do. Arm everyone…
    In this American town, guns are required by law
    March 7, 2018

    As the debate over guns continues in Washington and in communities across the country, there’s at least one place where owning a gun is technically required by law.

    In Kennesaw, Georgia, local law says that “every head of household residing in the city limits is required to maintain a firearm.”

    “If you’re going to commit a crime in Kennesaw and you’re the criminal – are you going to take a chance that that homeowner is a law-abiding citizen?” asked Kennesaw Mayor Derek Easterling.
    …..
    Many locals CNN spoke to assumed that the law dated back to the town’s founding, but it was actually only enacted in 1982. “It was meant to be kind of a crime deterrent,” said Lt. Craig Graydon, who’s been with the Kennesaw Police Department for over 30 years. “It was also more or less a political statement because the city of Morton Grove, Illinois, passed a city ordinance banning handguns from their city limits.”

    Back then, the town had a population of just a few thousand. Over three decades later, the law is still on the books.

    Today, Kennesaw, a town of about 33,000 people, has had one murder in the last six years and a violent crime rate of below 2%.

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    1. Great thought Don ! Best idea I've heard in a while ! 👍

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  6. #1 Wondering if “justified killing” is counted in the homicide statistics? Or should it be? Just another statistical anomaly.

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    1. Here's a novel idea for Krasner, How 'bout instead of worrying about the justified killings, you worry about the unjustified murders, rapes, and violent crime? Like duh!
      -LG

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  7. #3. If they weren't always in our face with their abominable behavior, we would never know they are perverts. Even some straight people have weird colored hair.

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    1. Ex-fucking-zactly.
      -LG

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    2. Correct JR. They are almost as bad as vegans.

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    3. I know a couple of vegans. At times, they are quite insufferable.

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    4. Vegans are often insufferable.

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  8. #8. $173,000 is roughly $172,800 more than she can make in tips. Don't expect good service if she has to return to bar tending, she doesn't listen.

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    1. Won’t listen, but I bet she’s still good on her knees.

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    2. With those horse teeth?
      Be my guest
      -LG

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    3. She is a poser. She is nothing more than a greedy you know what.

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  9. #4 “ If Nadler loses, waddle he do?” He’ll be hired by CNN and get a weekend show along with Toobin so they can clean each other up.

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  10. Finally: a bag of dead kittens. Chinese takeout? Racist.

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  11. Item 18 - Great "5th Element" quote from Zorg.

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  12. #5 “ They cannot take our guns so they will take our ammo.”

    Brandon plans to use the excess capacity to manufacture baby formula. Win Win… Or something!

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  13. #9 “ I suspect Chief Justice John Roberts is behind the leak.”

    Don, you are not alone. Why else would he insist on holding back the decision in the face of at home demonstrations and an assassination attempt on a judge?

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    1. Why not wait to release decision as the adjourn until the Fall? Releasing while still in session just invites protesters to disrupt their comings and goings. 9 justices should just plan a 10 day vacation, adjourn and head out, announce decision and be gone. Protesters can then protest to an empty Supreme Court building, or empty homes.

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    2. If Roberts is behind the leak, he should step down. He has compromised and politicized the court beyond repair.

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    3. Maybe the plan is to have a justice or two murdered before the decision is released and then claim it must be a do over.

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  14. Item 13, just another illustration of the aberrant deviance of the liberal mindset. Your son's snorting coke off a whore's ass and your daughter's writing about being hypersexualized and going to rehab. Way to go, Brandon. You've done a hell of a job.
    Goddamned liberals.
    -LG

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  15. Item 7: It's understood that Pornhub/Mindset have Mafia families as investors. Word is that the CEO crossed these investors last year and they are extracting retribution in multiple ways:
    https://www.businessinsider.com/pornhub-ceo-feras-antoon-mansion-in-flames-after-arson-attack-2021-4

    Item 10: An amendment for accuracy -- those with the goods on Roberts told him to leak the draft.

    Don S. -- I can't log in here today using my Google account?

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    1. I can actually comment for once. I havent been able to comment for months.
      TJ

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    2. MindGeek, Pornhub are a short drive away in my neighborhood. I know a couple of people who work there. I almost did some work for them without knowing much about them until I got into the interviews. I was deemed too expensive for them. Dodged a bullet on that one.

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  16. ITEM 10: "I suspect Chief Justice John Roberts is behind the leak."

    Suspicion is definitely justified.

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  17. 4 - Waddle he do? Another classic line. Love it. Hope he loses.

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    1. Waddle he do and batteries not included. Two good laughs from our Donfather

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    2. Yup another Don classic.

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  18. 6 - the idiots strike again. We have a supply problem with gasoline. High prices are dropping demand (the Lardmaster’s think twice before going shopping (an 80 mile round trip)). Dropping the tax to lower the price may increase demand even more, which would end up increasing the price of gas.

    Get your foot off the throat
    Of the oil companies, Zhou Xiden.

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    1. So, just my personal situation. I buy gas on average once every ten days. So, in three months that's 10 fill ups of around 12 gallons each or 120 gallons. That's a whopping total of $21.60 in tax savings. Big deal.

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    2. The idea of a gas tax holiday in Quebec is being floated, too. The government's answer is that the taxes help pay for road repairs so they can't be removed. (We have potholes that break axles.) In Montreal, which has some of the highest gas prices going, we have taxes on taxes. It's very painful for drivers to fill up at the best of times.

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    3. Crude oil prices have fallen 15% in 2 weeks, back to where it was in March.

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    4. Catcher, Price per barrel is just one part of the equation.
      Biden's attack on fossil fuels is no secret, rescinding leases and auctions, and adding restrictive regulations in green's name have made investing in new wells and refineries a risky choice.
      Then factor in the number of refineries and capacity. Gas/diesel refineries are running near capacity (~94%), but the overall number of refineries has decreased as some plants convert ethanol production. Tax and blender credits make such refineries profitable even though the total amount of fuel is much less than a standard plant. And with biden recently signing year-round E-15, you can bet more refineries are going to switch over. (btw, ethonal sucks!)
      So, regardless of the current price of crude, unless this usurpation, er..administration changes it's mind, don't expect pump prices to drop anytime soon.
      -LG

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    5. As long as I'm on the subject of ethanol, fun fact: it takes 3-1/2 gallons of water to make 1 gallon of ethanol, whereas it only takes 0.6 to 0.7 gallons of water to make 1 gallon of gasoline.
      Think about that next time someone tells you about water shortages.
      -LG

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    6. That's a really good point, Anonymous. Thanks!

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  19. "Before Biden, we were the rich country that helped everyone else out." Now every day we are becoming more and more like Venezuela.

    Item 8: "AOC is not pleased with her $173,000 Congressional salary…"
    Well, there are a lot of us out here that are not pleased that she and the rest of the representatives are getting $173,000.

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  20. FINALLY - thanks for nothing to our RINO go along to get along let’s pass a bill to show we care and are doing something horrible senators.

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    1. Why don't they just join the Democratic Party? Disgusting. Last night Tucker had a segment on a group of red states (Utah, Arkansas,etc.) that had Republican governors who basically act like Democrats. His very pointed question was why don't these governors represent the people who vote for them. I thought about that because it's perplexing. I think the answer is they are a product of their education. If anyone has any thoughts on this, I'd like to hear them because this seems to be a global phenomenon among elected leaders. They do not represent their voters.

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    2. That is so pathetic. They should know they will not be liked or loved by the media. So I will now say it's because of their education and their desire to be liked by the media. That makes sense.

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  21. Re: Criminal investigation of Uvalde police. Derek Chauvin is in prison for following police procedures with a suspect who died of a drug overdose.
    Uvalde police, while I guess not technically required to storm into the school, should have but more importantly they prevented others from doing so including a police officer who's wife was shot. They aided the shooter there. Who more belongs in jail? Those cowards? Or Chauvin?

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    1. I could not imagine being a grown man with a gun in a group of other grown men with guns and listening to children being slaughtered. Beyond words to describe this.

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  22. 16 My lived experience has been that "occupying government buildings" is a singularly liberal, anarchist, strategy. J6 is characteristic not of MAGA but of the libs. Money is on the FBI and the Capitol Police orchestrated it.

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  23. #19 - re: Gillum. Imagine Florida with him as governor.

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  24. "70% of LGBTQ+ Americans report regular discrimination, annual GLAAD study finds."

    Of the last 9 Dem nominees for Pres, VP and SCOTUS, 3 have been white males and 6 black and
    and/or women. The Dem party is the party of feminists, blacks and LGBTQ, White straight males go to the back of the bus.

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  25. #18 - re: recession/depression. I fear that the good times are over for the next decade.

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  26. re #2 - Texas teenage mother. When I read that story this week, I thought about how courageous she is. What a brave young mother. The story really is a pro-life story because she can't imagine her life without her daughters. I wish her well and that she uses the money to taker care of her children. I don't want to read about her later throwing it all away.

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  27. #5 -- Yes, Brandon is taking away your ammunition. And the Senate is working on taking away your guns.

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    1. They might think , but it ain't gonna happen . The goddamn liberals ( a nod to LG ) have no idea of the depth of the pile of crap they are about to step in. .

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  28. #14 - re: Pew burying the lead. Yes, journalists are disconnected from their audiences as politicians are disconnected from their voters. I still think the main culprit is the education system.

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  29. re: FINALLY: It is certainly a red flag if you have a bag of dead cats.

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    1. Not if it's my emergency food supply!
      -LG

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  30. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead: They don't call him Bare Shelves Brandon for nothing.

    Reinstate Trump Now!

    1: The Magnificent Seven.

    Million.

    4: Nadless is no more kosher than the Kennedys (or Brandons or Boxwines) are Catholic.

    5: Forget learn to ballot harvest. Learn to roll your own.

    8: Neither is the American body politic.

    14, 16: Yo.

    FINALLY: Sounds like Rs have learned. And the voting Demo is the stupid test.

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  31. Our fda shut down a formula plant before finding out that the sick babies did not have anything associated with the plant. Now we are shipping formula in from foreign countries that may not have any inspection programs at all. This administration is not only disgusting but doesn't make sense at all.

    1. krasner is the soros da who is letting criminals out. I am surprised that he sees any justified homicides. I mean if you are going to represent criminals you need to protect them all the way.

    4. If we had an honest census maybe they would have lost two. Can't rely on the government to have honest elections. Can't rely on the government to have honest census. They can't even count right!

    5. obama started this by having government agencies buy up ammunition they didn't need and would never use. he created shortages. biden is cutting out the middle man.

    6. biden thinks 18 cents will make a difference. We are really more concerned with the other $2.82.

    8. I guess bar tending pays well.

    11. If the da is not sufficiently pro crime in ny he can count on the legislature to help.

    13. I would get a picture with the vp for $5,000. But, I'd want my money up front!

    14. Right and 35% of the public think biden is doing fine.

    Finally, and 30.8% think the fbi and cia are honest and fine organizations.

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  33. Item 13: "Tesla Inc.'s new car factories in Texas and Berlin are losing billions of dollars..."

    My nickname early on for Musk-Tesla was (and still is) "The Swedish Match King":

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivar_Kreuger

    Musk is right on schedule, as he is now paying about $54 / share for Twitter that today is valued at $38/share.

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  34. 19: Out kick reported "Andrew Gillum, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate that nearly won the 2018 race over current Florida governor Ron DeSantis."
    In this part of the country we call nearly winning losing.
    5 & Finally: SCOTUS came through today 6:3. No more May Issue, Shall Issue. Huge win for anyone that thinks fundamental rights endowed by God and guaranteed by the Constitution trump any politician that thinks he is going to infringe them.

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  35. Re: Gas Tax Holiday
    Queso Grande Biden decided that the best way to fix gas prices was to turn off gasoline tax policy, wait a while, and turn it back on again.
    Sounds legit.

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  36. Red flag laws should have an automatic $100,000 fine and a mandatory with no good time behavior clause being invalid, 5 year supermax prison sentence for the complainant if they aggrieved party is found not to be crazy or dangerous.
    This would include cops and court personnel.

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