THE HOWARD ELLISON MISTAKE

Here are the two latest pieces of information in the race to see who will Chair the Democratic National Committee. According to an article posted by ABC News-Minneapolis: -Former DNC head Howard Dean has dropped out of the running; -Current favorite Howard Ellison has announced that, if he wins the position, he might resign his house seat and be a full-time DNC head (unlike his predecessor Debbie...

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THE NEWLY-AWAKENED MIDDLE

Last month, this country elected Donald Trump President over Hillary Clinton. In so doing, it chose a political novice with a fragile ego and a big, uncontrollable mouth who talked about secure borders and jobs, over an eminently familar political figure who ran on a platform of open borders, “global” trade deals that resulted in jobs flying out of this country, the identity politics...

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DECLINING TO ENJOY A SICKNESS

There is a story in today’s New York Post about Anthony Weiner having prematurely left the rehabilitation facility for sex addition he had entered, because he did not have the money to complete his treatment. I did not provide a link to this story.  It will be easy for anyone to find it, but I won’t help them. My reason is very basic.  It is clear to me that Mr. Weiner is a sick...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs – actually, they are from an article published on August 5th – come to us from one Chauncey DeVega, a hard-leftist who writes for the equally hard-left salon.com and, in this case, was republished by the at least as hard-left alternet.com. The article’s titled and subtitle, so help me, is: We Can’t Look Away: The Joy of Watching Donald Trump’s...

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KELLOGG: BLACKLIVESMATTER ENABLER

Last week, the Kellogg Company announced it would no longer advertise on the breitbart.com web site, on the grounds that it contains racist/White supremacist material.  Kellogg gave no indication of what specific material it is actually talking about – but, apparently, was scared off by the equally unsupported claims made by Hillary Clinton’s campaign after Steve Bannon, who ran...

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SORE LOSER BILE IN THE AGE OF TRUMP

Interested in a working definition of sore losership and bile? If so, you’ll probably want to read the following exchange between Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, Clinton commmunications director Jennifer Palmieri and Clinton senior strategist Joel Benenson, which took place yesterday at Harvard University, during what was supposed to be a more or less cordial retrospective of the...

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JOHN F. KENNEDY ON TAX CUTS

In my book, I wrote that if Democrat John F. Kennedy were alive today, with exactly the same views he had in life, he would be a Republican. Now, as democrats pillory Donald Trump and the state of Indiana for incenting Carrier Corporation with tax cuts, our pal Missouri Curator Jerry provides this reminder of why:   Any questions? Or, more to the point, any attacks by today’s...

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SCANDAL: TRUMP WILL PROACTIVELY TRY TO SAVE US JOBS

Today’s Washington Post has an article by Ylan Q. Mui, Mateo Gold and Max Ehrenfreund, which frontally attacks Donald Trump’s actions to save 1,100 Carrier Corporation jobs from being relocated to Mexico. In my opinion, it, unintentionally, lays out the key reason that Donald Trump won last month’s Presidential Election. Here are key excerpts from the article (sorry for the...

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THE ADL: TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE

The Anti-Defamation League, an organization which is supposed to defend Jews from anti-Semites – is unhappy that Howard Ellison is well on his way to becoming the chairperson of the Democratic National Committee. From Ben Kamisar’s article at thehill.com: The Anti-Defamation League on Thursday voiced its opposition to Minnesota Rep. keith ellison’s bid to run the Democratic Party...

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PRESIDENT OBAMA’S VIEW OF CARRIER STAYING IN THE USA

Here, from an article at news-grabien.com, are Barack Obama’s thoughts, last June, regarding the prospects for Carrier jobs, among others, being saved from moving out of the country: In June, President Obama participated in a PBS townhall and was asked about Trump’s promise to keep Carrier’s Indiana plant in the U.S. The townhall participant — Eric Cottonham, a member of...

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THE CARRIER DEAL: HERE’S WHAT’S WRONG WITH IT

Donald Trump negotiated a deal that kept something like 1,100 jobs in Indiana; jobs that were about to head for Mexico. Is that good?  Not, apparently, for at least some – maybe a great many – on the left.  Here are three cases in point: -The New York Times page 1 headline?  “1,000 Jobs Stay But Still More May Be Going”. -Bernie Sanders, writing in today’s...

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HILLARYPOCRISY TO THE NTH DEGREE

From hotair.com’s Ed Morrissey, we have this fully referenced demonstration of Hillarypocrisy: Old and busted: Questioning election outcomes is “horrifying,” “really troubling,” and “not the way our democracy works.” New hotness: All hands on deck to question election outcomes! Despite some mumbling about the reluctance of Hillary Clinton and her team to involve themselves in...

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THE ONE “CELEBRITY” WHO IS LEAVING THE USA BECAUSE TRUMP WAS ELECTED

Well, it is now almost a month since the election. Remember those dozens of celebrities who assured us they were leaving the country if Donald Trump won?  Well right now the total count of those who are actually doing so is…..1. And who is that person?  Barbra Streisand?  Cher?  Jon Stewart?  Amy Schumer?  Al Sharpton? Miley Cyrus (oh, no, ANYONE but Miley...

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BUT…BUT…THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS VOTER FRAUD

This one is for the benighted souls who continue to convince themselves there is no such thing as voter fraud. Watch the video below, pulled from last night’s O’Reilly Factor, and listen to Claude Arnold, former Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent talk of his experiences. Every second of it is worthwhile, but the key part is from 3:00 on: I do not know how anyone...

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