LINDA SARSOUR – ANOTHER ANTI-SEMITE THE LEFT WING IS IN LOVE WITH

linda sarsour is a shari’a law supporting, blacklivesmatter supporting, boycott/divest/sanction against Israel supporting activist. Little wonder, then, that she is celebrated by the left as a voice of reason…and, incredibly, a voice for women’s rights (she was a key organizer of the left-wing dominated “Women’s March”.) And now she has been asked to speak at...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come in two parts. The first is from Kelley Paul’s piece at cnn.com.  Ms. Paul is the wife of Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) who, while mowing his lawn, was brutally attacked and suffered severe physical damage after being blindsided by a socialist, Bernie Sanders-supporting neighbor: It is incredibly hurtful that some news outlets have victimized Rand a second time as...

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ESP END?

ESPN is not just declining, it is plummeting.  I wonder how much longer it will even exist. From Benny Johnson’s article at dailycaller.com: According to reports, $80 million in salaries will be cut from the network between Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Estimates say between 60 and 100 employees will be let go. The cuts are certainly due to a nearly $1 billion dollar budget shortfall by...

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AL FRANKEN: THE LAST DAYS?

Al Franken’s tenure as a U.S. Senator may be at the breaking point. Two more women have come forward – women who apparently do not know each other – both telling the same “he grabbed my butt” story. From Jenavieve Hatch and Zachary Roth’s article at (decidedly Democrat-leaning) huffingtonpost.com: Two more women have told HuffPost that Sen. Al Franken...

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ANOTHER HURTFUL RACIAL HOAX

How many more of these are we going to experience?  When will the people doing this realize how much they are hurting racial relations? From Jennifer Smith’s article in London’s Daily Mail: A ‘non-white’ student in Missouri has left ‘white lives matters’ and the N word graffiti on the mirror of the bathrooms in their high school. The student wrote the message...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us from Hillary Clinton. This is her answer to Hugh Hewitt who, during his radio show today, asked if any potential 2020 Democrat presidential candidates had sought out her advice: ” Nobody’s actually been to see me. I see Democrats all the time, and nobody has said “Hey, I’m going to run,” or “I’m thinking about running, give me advice now,” because...

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THE CORFMAN COVERUP

How credible is Leigh Corfman’s story? As I assume you are aware, Leigh Corfman is the now-middle-aged woman who claims that Roy Moore molested her when she was 14 years old…and that his molestation was a contributory factor to her becoming a dissolute teenager and adult (including wild teenage years, three marriages and divorces, three bankruptcies, multiple accusations against other...

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AN EXCELLENT TAKEDOWN…AND A WARNING

John Hinderaker, the always-worth-reading contributor to powerlineblog.com, has written an epic takedown of New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg’s apologia for Al Franken (and other liberal/left sexual predators). Here is the link.  I am intentionally not putting up any excerpts, in the hope that it will spur you to go to Mr. Hinderaker’s page and read every word. But the link...

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JASON TREMBLAY: MAYBE THIS YEAR?

Last year I blogged about the injustice of child actor Jason Tremblay not receiving an Oscar nomination for his amazing performance in Room. My wife and I just saw Wonder, also starring Jason Tremblay.  And he was just as amazing this time around. Child or not (he is 11 years old), there is no reason at all why young Mr. Tremblay should not be nominated for Best Actor. Maybe this year academy...

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BILL BUCKNER AND CHARLIE ROSE

Bill Buckner was an excellent major league baseball player with a 22 year career spanning four decades (1969-1990).  But, sad to say, he is most remembered for his fateful error in the 6th game of the 1986 world series, which allowed the New York Mets to score the winning run and then go on to beat Boston in the 7th game to become world series champions. Charlie Rose has been a fixture on...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from Republican strategist and social commentator Marc A. Theissen. Mr. Theissen’s latest commentary, as published in the Chicago Tribune, discusses Russian collusion in the 2016 election, and who should be investigated for it. The key segment: President Donald Trump‘s critics are arguing that GOP calls for the Justice Department to...

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ANOTHER MORALIZING CONGRESSIONAL HYPOCRITE UNCOVERED

John Conyers (D-MI) is currently the longest-serving member of congress (since 1965). He also is a serial sexual offender, who apparently has used taxpayer dollars to pay off at least one of the women he molested. From Paul McLeod and Lissandra Villa’s article at buzzfeed.com, we have this: Michigan Rep. John Conyers, a Democrat and the longest-serving member of the House of...

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THE THANKLESS, HOPELESS LAVAR BALL

lavar ball is the father of Liangelo Ball, the UCLA basketball player who, with two of his teammates, was caught shoplifting in China, and is home now only because President Trump interceded. The players – at least on camera – were apologetic about what they did and thankful for the president for getting them off the hook.  But not levar ball. According to Ari Gilberg’s article...

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GOLDEN GOOSE DEATH WATCH (CONT.)

Via an article at breitbart.com, here are a few pictures of stadium attendance at NFL games this past weekend: Denver: Cleveland: New York Giants:   Green Bay: Houston: And there are others (use the link to see them). But keep kneeling, clenching your fists and hiding out in the locker rooms, guys.  Look at what a great result...

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MEA CULPA

Earlier today I put up a “Paragraphs Of The Day” blog which laughed at CNN for a mistake I thought it made in posting accusations against Al Franken for two groping incidents. My mistake was that, in quickly writing it, I did not pick up on the fact that CNN distinguished between them by pointing out that one happened when Franken was a comedian (to some, anyway) and one when he was a...

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