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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Bannon is where we need him

The Marxist media's spin is they ousted Steve Bannon over Charlottesville, which is now the Nuremberg Rally of 2017.

But Bannon planned to leave on Monday, which was his anniversary of joining President Trump's campaign. He said he stayed on so it would not look like a Charlottesville ouster. Given that he immediately returned to Breitbart as editor-in-chief, I would say he departed willingly.

The bullying of America

You cannot appease the Left, but bless their hearts, corporate America tries -- never realizing that the more you give, the more they want.

It is like that Twilight Zone episode, "It's a Good Life." You know the one. Billy Mumy is in it. The adults fear the child who can transform them into anything if they offend him.

Liberals know everything, and learn nothing

The impotent media spent the last week waving its arms and shouting at Trump supporters to get off its lawn. We ignore their nonsense about Charlottesville because it is not our circus, not our monkeys.

I suspect many people who do not like Trump are saying, wait a minute. Trump supporters may be stupid and deplorable, but they are not Nazis.

Friday, August 18, 2017

Why Charlottesville

The sudden rise of the Charlottesville as an issue was not planned, but rather an opportunity Washington prepared to exploit.

This was not a conspiracy. I doubt it was a set-up. But people anticipated there would be a time when they could portray President Trump once and for all as an irredeemable deplorable.

That it happened last weekend was also a sign that the Russian story is as dead the fellow in Grant's Tomb.

Mitt Romney's factless attack on Our President

Mitt Romney attacked President Trump today for telling the truth.

That is because the loser of the 2012 presidential race failed to bother learning the facts of the Charlottesville, Virginia, riot by Antifa fascists who tried (and succeeded) in stopping yet another voice from being heard on the public square.

If the Dixie Chicks can speak out, why not Nazis?

The state of New York successfully prosecuted comic Lenny Bruce for obscenity at the Cafe au Go Go in November 1964.

Nearly 40 years later, comics including Tom Smothers, Margaret Cho, and Penn and Teller lobbied Republican Governor George Pataki to pardon Bruce, who died of a morphine overdose in August 1966.

Could Tom Smothers, Margaret Cho, and Penn and Teller kindly stand up for the Nazis and their right to speak? Standing up for speech you agree is easy.

It's the speech you hate that tests you.

Change the sheets and kiss the Byrd statue goodbye, West Virginia

Outside West Virginia's magnificent Capitol, protesters have demanded the removal of a statue of Stonewall Jackson, a Confederate general from a Union state.

He's easy money.

When does the state remove the statue of Bob Byrd inside the Capitol? In the Rotunda no less.

Lawmaker wears burqa. Offends liberals

Australian Senator Pauline Lee Hanson of Queensland wore a burqa to Parliament.

This has blown away liberals in that country's media.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Hokey Wolf Blitzer gets Barcelona wrong

Wolf Blitzer is the airiest of airheads on television. If she were still alive, Carol Wayne could have played him in the movies as the dumb blond.

Consider the latest Muslim terrorist attack by car, this time in Barcelona.

Hokey Wolf blamed Charlottesville.

No, Civil Rights did not give Republicans the South

In light of Charlottesville, Mary C. Curtis played her race card.

I shall toss it back in her face with just the facts, ma'am.