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

Is the state of Virginia a hotbed of illegal voting? Before you answer, read this excerpt from Stephen Dinan’s article for the Washington Times.  See if it gives you some insight: When Maureen Erickson registered to vote in Prince William County, she listed her home address as a street in Guatemala, in what should have been a very strong indication that she wasn’t a regular Virginia...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from USA Today’s Glenn Reynolds, who is one of the very few mainstream media people talking about a huge Obama administration scandal – one which probably should put people in jail. From Mr. Reynolds’ latest commentary: In 1972, some employees of President Nixon’s re-election committee were caught when they broke into the Democratic National...

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CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS NOT DUE

Here’s a story out of Chicago that should be an unfunny joke…but is actually being presented as straight news. From Aamer Madhani’s article at USA Today: The grim tally of 49 shot over Memorial Day weekend, historically one of the most violent times of the year here, is oddly the latest sign the city may be turning a corner in the fight against gun violence. Five people were...

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WHY IS KATHY GRIFFIN STILL EMPLOYED BY CNN

The title is the blog. And, after experiencing CNN’s version of “news” related to President Trump, we both know the answer. ============================= UPDATE:  CNN – which kathy griffin has  co-hosted New Year’s Eve coverage on for the last 10 or so years with Anderson Cooper – now has put out a statement saying: “We are evaluating our New Year’s Eve...

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THE JARED KUSHNER ACCUSATION: BASED ON WHAT???

As we all know – as we all have been told countless times over the past week or so – Donald Trump’s key advisor…who also happens to be his son-in-law…was involved in a nefarious, probably illegal, maybe treasonous effort to develop a “back-channel” means of communicating with Russia. Obviously this “man” should be fired, then tried...

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A QUICK QUESTION FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD

As we have been told, over and over again, only 3% of all the procedures performed by Planned Parenthood are abortions. According to its just released annual report, Planned Parenthood saw 2.4 million patients last year, and performed 328, 348 abortions. If 328,348 abortions is 3% of the procedures Planned Parenthood performs on patients, that would mean Planned Parenthood performed about...

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EVERGREEN COLLEGE (WASHINGTON): A VIDEO THAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF

Here is a seven minute video compilation of Evergreen College “students” during a “Black Power” takeover of the school, and their measured, intellectual commentaries, to faculty members who tried to reason with them. Tell me: -Do these “students” seem intellectually or emotionally prepared to go out into the real world and be productive citizens? -Do they...

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ANOTHER DRIZMAL DAY

It’s drizmal outside (that’s my word for a dismal day when it’s drizzling too). I just realized that it is almost June and, other than checking to see if everything is working OK, I have not used our sprinkler system yet. I’m happy to be saving on the water bill.  But, to tell you the truth, I’d be much happier with a few really nice days in a row. Maybe this...

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JOHN SUNUNU’S TAKE-DOWN OF ALISYN CAMEROTA

Fascinating exchange, this morning, between CNN’s Alisyn Camerota and former Republican Governor of New Hampshire, John Sununu – who, in his retirement from elective politics, has exactly zero patience for political BS. Here, via Nick Givas’s article at dailycaller.com,  is the video… …and here’s a piece of key dialogue, which starts at about 1:10: Sununu:...

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THE DUBKE DUMP

From an article at CBS News (an article with a decidedly anti-Trump tonality – no surprise at all): White House Communications Director Mike Dubke is out, CBS News has confirmed. CBS News’ Major Garrett previously reported that a change in the White House communications team was coming due to Mr. Trump’s frustrations with the direction of his agenda. Dubke was originally...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us from what – at least to me – is a surprising source:  CNN’s Fareed Zakaria. Here, via Alexandra King’s article at CNN.com, is what Mr. Zakaria has to say about the tolerance level at college campuses around the country: “American universities seem committed to every kind of diversity except intellectual diversity. Conservative voices...

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FREE SPEECH: PORTLAND-STYLE

Silly me.  I have always thought free speech means that, except for a few extreme situations (e.g. screaming “fire” in a  crowded theater, advocating violent overthrow of the government, those sorts of things) we all have the same right to say what is on our minds, even if some people disagree with it. Well, evidently the Mayor of Portland, Oregon has a different view of what free...

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HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE’S COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER

From Regina F. Graham’s article at London’s Daily Mail: A Princeton University professor giving a commencement speech at Hampshire College in Massachusetts accused President Donald Trump of being a ‘racist, sexist megalomaniac’. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, who is an assistant professor in African American studies at Princeton, delivered a roughly 20 minute speech to...

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MEMORIAL DAY

Memorial Day is a federal holiday, set aside to remember the men and women in our armed forces who died defending the United States of America. Enjoy the family time.  Have a great barbeque.  But never forget the people whose service, and whose sacrifices, made them possible.

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from the latest commentary by Daniel Payne, writing for thecollegefix.com. After first detailing a number of specific instances where racist events on college campuses around the country were eventually found to be hoaxes, Mr. Payne has this to say: There is a reason that this kind of behavior is so common at American colleges. Much of our country’s...

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