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Sunday, December 17, 2017

Mueller probe meltdown

Andrew C. McCarthy Jr. headed the team that successfully prosecuted the Muslim terrorists who bombed and tried to destroy the World Trade Center in 1993. His take on Robert Mueller's investigation is explosive:
A long front-page story in the Washington Post Friday that claims America’s security is at risk because President Trump refuses to accept findings of U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia interfered in our 2016 presidential election is deeply flawed and amounts to fake news.
I reach this conclusion based on my 25 years working in and with the U.S. intelligence community. It is clear to me that the Post story is designed to advance the left’s teetering Trump-Russia collusion narrative.

France takes over for U.S.A. in funding junk science

President Trump's rejection of the Paris climate accord just saved American taxpayers millions. France has decided to start paying for the junk science manufactured by climate change propagandists in America.

Merci beaucoup, suckahs.

#MeToo helps the media clear dead wood

Ah, now I get it. The story about NBC settling a sexual harassment suit involving Chris Matthews broke for a reason.

72 of them.

PolitiFact is the lie of the year

Since winning the Pulitzer in 2008, PolitiFact of the Tampa Bay Times has become a partisan joke that lives in a world where Republicans always lie even when they tell the truth, and Democrats always tell the truth even when they lie.

Usually, PolitiFact is able to cherry pick enough facts to rationalize its decisions. But in selecting its lie of the year for 2017, the web site was unable to do much more than say well, everyone we like says it is a lie.

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Tax bill says drill, baby, drill

"We can't just drill our way to lower gas prices." --  Barack Obama, former president of the choom club at Punahou School in Hawaii.

The Republican Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 will allow oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. This will help continue to drill our way to lower gas prices.

PC word games finally bite liberals

The Washington Post reported, "CDC gets list of forbidden words: fetus, transgender, diversity."

I cannot independently verify the story but if true, the story shows some payback for decades of bullying of normal people by the politically correct crowd. You face jail in California if you call a man "he."

Political impact of the tax cut

I do not know how the 2018 midterm elections will end, but I do know that passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will help the economy and Republicans.

This I know because Stuart Rothenberg indicated that passage hurts Republicans.

Friday, December 15, 2017

770 leave EPA

The EPA is melting,

Nearly 5% of the staff of the bloated Environmental Protection Agency have left the department through retirements and plain quitting.

They will not be missed.

Bartiromo explains the Trump Rally

You and I knew the stock market would soar when we elected Donald John Trump president, but we did not fully understand how that worked.

Maria Bartiromo just explained how electing Trump improved the economy.

Gloria Allred's racket revealed

Gloria Allred and her daughter, Lisa Bloom (a former attorney of Harvey Weinstein), "sought donor cash for two Trump accusers," the Hill reported.

Call off your witch hunt, Washington

Washington had no problem with a secretary of state receiving millions of dollars in "donations" to her fake charity, but believes some foreigner renting a room at Trump International violates the "emoluments clause" and invalidates the last election.

The whole town is targeting Trump, his children (so much for a president's children being off-limits) and anyone who has ever done business with him.

Voters care not about net neutrality

The following post quotes liberals, which means it uses filthy language.Parental discretion is advised.

Democrats believe they have found the Holy Grail from 2018: net neutrality.

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Leave Social Security alone

House Speaker Paul Ryan plans to leave Congress next year. On his way out the door, he plans to destroy the Republican Party. From Politico:
The speaker has since gone public with this aspiration, suggesting that 2018 should be the year Washington finally tackles what he sees as the systemic problems with Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.

The lessons of Alabama

Republicans made huge mistakes in Alabama on Tuesday. Here is what they should learn from those mistakes.

Where are our amendments?

Republicans control both houses of Congress and most state legislatures in a manner not seen since the 1920s.

So where are the proposed constitutional amendments to reverse all those court decisions the Republicans decried over the years?

Tax cut means bigger paychecks in February

Republicans should have had this done by now, but it looks like the tax cut bill will be signed by Christmas.

“It’s critically important for Congress to quickly pass these historic tax cuts. If Congress sends me a bill before Christmas -- this is breaking news -- the IRS has just confirmed that Americans will see lower taxes and bigger paychecks beginning in February,” President Trump said.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Tavis Smiley is the 38th to learn the hard way not to feud with Donald Trump

Congratulations to Tavis Smiley of PBS on becoming the 38th person to learn that feuding with Donald Trump can prove hazardous to your lifestyle.

PBS just suspended Smiley for sexual harassment.

A cry for decency in the House

Democratic Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur of Ohio has been in the House nearly 35 years. That is far too long.

However, what she shared with Democrats in private was excellent advice. She told her colleagues, ladies, dress professionally.

Republicans need to quit bashing their candidates

In 2010, Republicans abandoned Christine O'Donnell, and lost the Senate race in Delaware.

In 2012, Republicans abandoned Todd Akin, and lost the Senate race in Missouri.

In 2017, Republicans abandoned Roy Moore, and lost the Senate race in Delaware.

Trump should resign from the Senate

Politico somberly reported, "A sixth senator on Tuesday called on President Donald Trump to resign amid renewed attention to past allegations of sexual harassment and assault."

All six are Democrats (although Bernie Sanders describes himself as an independent).