THE OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE THAT IS NOT BEING INVESTIGATED

  Are you interested in an obstruction of justice situation worth investigating ?  A real one? If so, here, from youtube.com, is a 5:41 video of Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) interrogating – eviscerating is more like it – the pathetic James Comey regarding his blatantly fraudulent “investigation” of Hillary Clinton’s email illegalities as Secretary of State. I...

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THE REPEAL DEBATE

The senate has voted on whether to open a debate to discuss repealing ObamaCare. The final tally is 50-50:   50 Republicans yea, 2 nay, and all 48 Democrats nay (aren’t they the ones who called Reublicans “the party of no”)? As I suspect you are aware, when there is a tie the Vice President, as President of the Senate, casts the deciding vote – which, of course, will be...

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MAKING AN ENEMY OF A FRIEND

The infantile side of Donald Trump is in full view again. Jeff Sessions, then a U.S. Senator, was one of his earliest supporters.  He stood up for Mr. Trump when few others would give him the time of day. Once Trump, as President, appointed Mr. Sessions Attorney General, and didn’t like his performance (as it related to Trump, of course)?  Now he’s badmouthing him in tweets. In...

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CHUCK SCHUMER’S BROKEN RECORD

Yeah, we know. The Chuck Schumer broken record:  dump ObamaCare and you slash medicare, take insurance from people with pre-existing conditions, and give a big tax break to “the rich”. Any of it true?  Republicans say no. At least there was a little humor, in that, roughly the 5th or six times he reeled off his talking points I think – think – I heard him say it would...

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A HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION THE UN HAS NO PROBLEM WITH

Did you know it is illegal for Jews to pray in Jordan? And, yes, you read that correctly. From Gary Willig’s article at israelnationalnews.com. A group of approximately 20 haredi Jews are being detained at a hotel near Petra, Jordan, after they sought to go to the grave of the Biblical figure Aharon the High Priest, Ynet reported. The pilgrims’ religious items were confiscated...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us from Poppy Harlow, of CNN. She said the words you are about to read last Thursday.  But as someone who has difficulty taking CNN seriously these days, I did not know of them until I read today’s article by Alex Xenos of newsbusters.org. Speaking of Jeff Sessions’ willingness to be interviewed by a New York Times reporters, Harlow actually – I...

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THE POWER OF FAKE NEWS

Several days ago I spent time with a gentleman I like and respect.  He is highly educated and highly intelligent – a good person in every meaningful way. During our time together he said – not trying to start a political argument, but in passing – “Did you hear that now Trump is looking to pardon everybody?  Can you believe that guy?” Given this person’s...

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REP. LUIS GUTIERREZ: REPUBLICAN ASSET

I have written a number of times about the fact that among the most potent assets Republicans have are hard-left Democrats from safely-Democrat districts. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) is certainly one of them.  And here,via Ian Schwartz’s article at realclearpolitics.com (too short to excerpt), is a demonstration of why: Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) ripped President Trump for his immigration...

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WHEN MUSLIMS OF GOOD WILL HAVE TO SPEAK UP

I have worked with and been friendly with too many Muslims over too many years to believe the negative generalizations a good many people I know have about them. But if Muslims want to shed the negative stereotypes, they have to speak up when particularly egregious beliefs are preached on their behalf, by Imams they should be sickened by. Here is an excellent example of what I am talking about...

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THE UK’S DEATH PANEL VICTORY

From the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) article: A lawyer representing Chris Gard and Connie Yates told the High Court “time had run out” for the baby. Mr Gard said it meant his “sweet, gorgeous, innocent little boy” will not reach his first birthday on 4 August. “To let our beautiful little Charlie go” is “the hardest thing we’ll ever have to...

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THE COMPANY THEY KEEP

Are we judged by the company we keep?  Should we be? With that in mind, please read the following commentary on President Trump: “When the Americans voted for Donald Trump last year, they had visions of making America great again. What they underestimated, however, was the man’s level of stupidity, and what they got was arguably the most stupid president a country could ever have.  (He is...

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A MAJOR COMMENDATION FOR THE MANALAPAN, NEW JERSEY WEGMAN’S

Here’s a major reason I intend to remain a loyal Wegman’s shopper. And it has nothing to do with selection, quality or price. This morning I went to the Manalapan, New Jersey location to pick up a few things for my wife. It was pouring rain. As I drove in the back of the parking lot, I saw a car stopped in the oncoming lane with its back door open, a man kneeling in toward the seat and a...

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DOES ANYONE BELIEVE THIS COMPUTER HAS NOT BEEN “ADJUSTED”?

From Joseph Weber’s article at Fox News: Wasserman Schultz to allow laptop scan after months of stonewalling in IT probe The former head of the Democratic Party who lost her post in the fallout from a massive email breach is expected to start cooperating with federal investigators in a separate cybersecurity case, after months of apparent stonewalling.  Fox News has learned...

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CNN, MEET CNN

This would be funny if it wasn’t so……… ….never mind.  It’s not funny at all.  It is, however, another example of why CNN is so regularly taking it on the chin. Excerpted from John Nolte’s less-than-diplomatic piece at dailywire.com: As we all now know, on Tuesday night, straight through to Wednesday, the American media went on another one of their Fake...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer –  a very unlikely source, given what he said. During an interview with the Washington Post on Saturday,  the discussion turned to last year’s election disaster for his party.  Schumer’s one-sentence analysis was: “When you lose to somebody who has 40 percent popularity, you don’t blame other things...

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