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Monday, July 19, 2021

We are winning

The Louisiana Legislature will make history tomorrow by reconvening to override a Democrat governor's veto. In the 47 years of the current state constitution, lawmakers have never come back after a regular session to override, AP reported.

Trump judges to decide on Section 230

A pastor who gave up homosexuality to pursue Christianity, marry a woman, have kids, and spread the Word may end online censorship by Big Tech, with the help of 5 appellate judges appointed by President Trump.

Highlights of the News

GOOD MORNING! Last fall, even Throuple Democrats were anti-vax.

Get vaxxed, don't get vaxxed. I don't care because I am vaccinated for MY protection.

Saturday, July 17, 2021

American distrust rises

A new poll by Gallup shows why less than half of Americans have taken a covid 19 vaccine.

Only 44% of Americans trust the medical system. That's down from 51% a year ago.

Let them drop out

Joanne Jacobs reported, "Locked out of high school in Memphis, Hispanic boys are working construction jobs and taking pride in helping support their families, reports Chalkbeat’s Ian Round."

Highlights of the News

Mark Zuckerberg's secret identity revealed. He's Jen Psaki!

Friday, July 16, 2021

Inflation heads to double digits. Democrats smile

Elitists installed Josef Biden as president with one goal in mind: reverse everything President Donald John Trump accomplished. Given that he had the lowest average Misery Index in presidential history (it tracks back to Truman), Americans can expect four years of misery.

Where are the Never Obama Democrats?

The Cleveland Plain Dealer ran a letter to the editor from Jeffrey Bendix of Cleveland Heights.

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: CNBC reported, "The Social Security cost-of-living adjustment for 2022 could be 6.1% due to inflation, according to a new estimate.

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Media should back Tucker Carlson

For most of his career in Washington, Tucker Carlson was a young George Will with the bowtie and all. He looked and acted like the kid on Young Sheldon. Carlson would graciously lose debates to Paul Begala on Crossfire. Carlson had some fame and fortune.

Still blaming Trump

When protesters took to the streets of Havana to demand food and other basics on Sunday, the Associated Press did not blame 62 years of communist rule for the shortages. Indeed, AP never mentioned communism.

Highlights of the News

GOOD MORNING! Two things from the 1970s that I will always remember are the Seattle Supersonics and inflation. Only one of them is making a comeback. And it is the wrong one.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Diversity, what's in it for me?

In grade school 60 years ago, teachers taught us united we stand. Now the pitch is Diversity Is Our Greatest Strength. If true, what is in it for me?

Take vaccine concerns serious

Josef Biden promised to have 70% of Americans vaccinated for covid 19 by the Fourth of July. 

Less than half the people are vaccinated today. He failed miserably. It's on him, not us, because he promised something and failed to deliver on it. He failed because he never bothered to ask a simple question:

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: The 4th Circuit Court said 18-year-olds have a constitutional right to buy a handgun, striking down part of the Gun Control Act of 1968.

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

State fires bungling vaccinator. Newspaper sides with her

Tennessee has one of the lowest covid 19 vaccination rates in the nation. On Monday, the state fired the woman in charge of vaccinations. The Tennessean newspaper sided with the bungling bureaucrat in a story that did not mention the low vaccination rate until Paragraph 18.

This is the local journalism you are supposed to support.

Bidenflation is so bad, even Wolf Blitzer noticed

How dumb is Wolf Blitzer? He was the worst celebrity contestant on Jeopardy. His charity almost had to pay Jeopardy. Inflation is so bad under Biden that even the Wolf has noticed.

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: The Hamas-Shielding Associated Press reported, "Large contingents of Cuban police patrolled the capital of Havana on Monday following rare protests around the island nation against food shortages and high prices amid the coronavirus crisis. Cuba’s president said the demonstrations were stirred up on social media by Cuban Americans in the United States.

Monday, July 12, 2021

The school board Tea Party

Rich Lowry, formerly editor of National Review, has championed the battle against critical race theory. Perhaps his is an effort to make NR relevant again after he disastrously transformed the publication into the Never Trump Review.

They want us to quit. We won't

The Washington Examiner reported, "True: 58% agree media are the ‘enemy of the people,’ 83% hit ‘fake news’."