THE PASSOVER WAR (CONT.)

Did you think the war hamas started with Israel last week was over? Forget it.  That was just the beginning. Now, 19 dead and hundreds (maybe over 1,000 – if you believe anything from hamas, that is) later, we have this. from Tovah Lazaroff’s article in the Jerusalem Post: Palestinians plan to engulf the Gaza border with smoke and flames from thousands of burning tires on Friday as...

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MEXICO’S THREAT TO WITHHOLD BORDER COOPERATION

Sometimes you read this stuff and can’t believe your eyes. From an Associated Press article, via the Washington Examiner, we have this howler: Mexican senators are urging President Enrique Pena Nieto to temporarily suspend cooperation with the U.S. on immigration and security issues, responding to angry tweets from President Donald Trump about their country. The nonbinding statement was...

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WILL HILLARY CLINTON PLEASE JUST GO AWAY

She’s at it again. Same whine, different day. From Samuel Chamberlain’s article at msn.com: Hillary Clinton said Wednesday night that the U.S. is “witnessing an all-out attack on core values of democracy,” in what appeared to be the latest in a series of criticisms of the Trump administration. “I don’t think it’s a coincidence that at the same time, we are...

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IT DIDN’T HAPPEN, BUT WE’LL PAY THE FINE

In the great tradition of Bill Clinton, who did nothing to Paula Jones but wound up paying an $850,000 settlement for what he did…. ….the IRS is now going to pay a $3,500,000 settlement for the class action suit brought about by conservative groups whose applications for tax-exempt status were put in limbo – in some cases, for years – resulting in limited donations to them...

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A MATH PROBLEM

According to Benji Egel’s article in the Sacramento Bee, over 1,000,000 “undocumented immigrants” (otherwise known as illegal aliens) now have valid California Driver’s licenses. In California, voter registration can be accomplished with a driver’s license. You do the math.

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from Norman Podhoretz’s article at commentary.com.  they concerned the latest news, suddenly, without warning or fanfare, sprung on us by Robert Mueller: The Washington Post reports tonight: “Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III informed President Trump’s attorneys last month that he is continuing to investigate the president but does not...

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MARTIN LUTHER KING: 50 YEARS

Can it really be 50 years since Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee? Yes it really is. April 4th, 1968, on the balcony of his motel room. Have things changed since Dr. King was so horrificly gunned down? Yes, some things are, 21 extent or another, better.  But, sadly ,  other things are no better and some are even worse. We  still have a long, long way to go. How I wish...

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ELIZABETH WARREN – ANOTHER BLATANT LIE

The Phantom Cherokee is at it again. Elizabeth Warren, who has lied continually about her heritage and the fact that it facilitated her academic career, now is lying about the correlation of medical conditions and bankruptcy. In her effort to move us to single-payer insurance, Warren cited an obviously fraudulent “study” over a decade ago that invented a claim – used by Barack...

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MUELLER’S FIRST “VICTORY”

Almost a year into the Mueller investigation Star Chamber and we have our first conviction. From Katelyn Polantz and Liz Stark’s article at CNN – which hates Donald Trump with a passion, and would make something of this if it could, we have the following excerpts: A Dutch lawyer tied to former Trump deputy campaign chairman Rick Gates became the first person to be sentenced in...

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A QUICK QUESTION FOR THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT, AND ANOTHER FOR ITS FORMER PRESIDENT

A quick question for the Mexican government…and a second question directed specifically at its former President and current Obnoxious, Hypocritical Jerk-In-Chief, Vicente Fox: Those thousands of Central American refugees marching through Mexico to get to the United States?  The ones you attack the USA for on the grounds that we are not humanitarian enough to take them in if they show up at the...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from Jeffrey Lord, writing for American spectator (spectator.org). Mr. Lord’s latest piece talks about the attacks on Laura Ingraham for daring to mention, in a mildly deprecating, way the rejections David Hogg got from various California schools – rejections she, and everyone else, knew about because Hogg himself mentioned them during a very public...

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THERE USED TO BE A BALTIMORE HERE

And there used to be a ballpark Where the field was warm and green. And the people played their crazy game With a joy I’d never seen. And the air was such a wonder From the hot-dogs and the beer. Yes, there used to be a ballpark right here. And there used to be rock candy, And a great big 4th of July With the fireworks exploding All across the summer sky. And the people watched in...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us from Dan Rather. Remember him?  He was the former CBS Anchor who lost his job because he “reported” a bunch of evidence-less, clearly phony “news” about then-President George Bush’s service in the National Guard just before the 2004 election – and CBS was force to get rid of him for it. So what does he have to say these days? ...

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SCHOOL SECURITY AS AN UNPLEASANT IMPOSITION

Oh, no. Now that school is back in session at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas (MSD) High School in Parkland, Florida, there actually is real security in place. And, in the view of at least some students, their reaction is “What’s wrong with these people, anyway?” From Dakin Andone’s article at CNN.com: When classes first resumed two weeks after the shooting, (Principal Ty)...

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BAN KNIVES?

From an article published by Agence France Presse (AFP), via yahoo.com, we have this news:  A surge of stabbings in London was blamed Monday for the city overtaking New York’s monthly murder tally for the first time in modern history. Fifteen people were murdered in London during February, compared to 14 in New York, according to police figures. The British capital also suffered 22 fatal...

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