Here is the latest thrust in the increasingly desperate effort to tie the Trump administration to Russia in some nefarious way. Excerpted from Ellen Nakashima, Greg Entous and Greg Miller’s article in today’s Washington Post (which rivals the New York Times for its all-out effort to destroy the Trump administration.  The bold print is mine: Jared Kushner and Russia’s ambassador to...

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NANCY PELOSI AND THE “ALPHABETICAL ORDER” COMMENT

In case anyone doubts that both sides are capable of being utterly ridiculous… …we now have the accusation that Nancy Pelosi attacked Donald Trump for visiting Saudi Arabia before Canada, because “it’s not even in alphabetical order”. Let’s take a look at the video (she makes the Saudi Arabia comment starting at about 1:18), then we’ll talk:   OK...

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TRUMP’S SPEECH TO NATO

Damn that Donald Trump. He went to Brussels, spoke to our NATO allies, and… …said exactly what he said while campaigning for President.  That too many of them don’t pay their fair share. For this, The Washington Post is calling him a “national embarrassment”, the New York Times is calling him a “failure”, and a great many other mainstream media venues...

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EARLY VOTING AND GIANFORTE’S WIN

You have to laugh. Montana, despite being a Republican state, is about as close to what Democrats want early voting-wise as it gets.  Early voting is perfectly legal, and you can register right up to/including the day of the election. And Montanans certainly do take advantage of the early voting laws.  According to CNN, about 37% of Montana’s 700,000 registered voters did just that in...

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GIANFORTE BY A TKO IN THE LAST ROUND

We will never know for sure whether  Greg Gianforte’s physical aggression (it seems to have fallen far short of an assault), one day before the special election to become Montana’s congressperson,  helped or hurt his vote total. What we do know, however, is that Mr. Gianforte won relatively comfortably, beating Democrat Rob Quist by about 6% in what was expected to be a very tight...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us from former President Barack Obama…who decided to travel to Berlin and make a speech lecturing current President Donald Trump, while Mr. Trump was completing his highly successful trip to the Middle East and Europe. Mr. Obama, without mentioning  Mr. Trump by name, said this: “In this new world that we live in we can’t isolate ourselves.  We can’t...

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THE “ANTI-SEMITE” AND THE 14 YEAR OLD ISRAELI CANCER PATIENT

From an article at theyeshivaworld.com: During his recent visit to Israel, President Donald Trump made a 14-year old girl’s dream come true. Emilee Imbar has been battling cancer for the last seven years, and has dreamed of meeting with the U.S. President. Rachashei Lev is Israel’s national support center for pediatric cancer patients, and among their hundreds of invaluable services, they...

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THE TRUMP TRAVEL BAN UPHELD: AND HERE’S WHY

Today, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld  the lower court’s blocking President Trump’s executive order suspending travel two/from 7 terrorist-active Muslim countries for three months, until more stringent vetting procedures could be created. Here, from the court’s ruling, is why: The evidence in the record, viewed from the standpoint of the reasonable observer...

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THE GREG GIANFORTE/BEN JACOBS INCIDENT

As Montanans go to the polls in a special election to replace their one and only congressperson – who took a cabinet position in the Trump administration, we have a potentially devastating story against the Republican candidate. Greg Gianforte, it seems, physically addressed a reporter,  Ben Jacobs of The Guardian, who was asking him a question.  He broke the reporter’s glasses and...

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HOW FAR HAS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SUNK?

This far. From Matthew Boyle’s article at breitbart.com: The Associated Press will no longer employ Melanie Plenda, a leftist activist exposed by Breitbart News, after she was caught violating the news wire service’s editorial standards. Plenda announced that the AP has terminated her effective immediately in an interview with the Washington Post’s Erik Wemple. Her termination comes as...

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A QUICK QUESTION ABOUT THE LEAK OF INTELLIGENCE ON MANCHESTER

As you may be aware, the British are reported as being furious over the leak of what apparently is very sensitive intelligence it shared with the United States regarding the Manchester terrorist attack. The information was published in today’s New York Times. My quick question:  who do you think leaked this information to the Trump-hating, Democrat-loving New York Times –  Trump, or...

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THE NEW YORK TIMES OUTDOES ITSELF

My congratulations to the New York Times. Just about every edition has multiple negative stories about President Donald Trump.  But, today, it has truly outdone itself.  We have: -A front page story titled “Russians Talked Of Ways To Sway Trump Advisers”.  The three sources for this story?  All unnamed.  And absolutely no evidence that anything illegal took place.  In other...

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DID THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION CONDUCT MASSIVE, ILLEGAL SPYING ON U.S. CITIZENS?

I am posting the question in my blog title because news is coming out this afternoon that the answer may well be yes. Here are the first paragraphs of a story being reported by James Rosen of Fox News: Republican congressional investigators expect a potential “smoking gun” establishing that the Obama administration spied on the Trump transition team, and possibly the president-elect himself...

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DONALD TRUMP’S ACTUAL NOTE – AND MORE MEDIA HATRED

The left is having a collective apoplexy over something Donald Trump did. Yawn. This time it is the note he left at Israel’s “wailing wall”, which they are comparing to what Barack Obama left when he visited the wall. Let me show you them both. First Barack Obama’s note: Now Donald Trump’s: Do you have a problem with either of these notes? Personally, I...

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