TRUMP’S DECEMBER

It’s been a pretty eventful December for President Trump. This month’s job data were excellent, with unemployment remaining near all time lows and wages rising faster than they have in 20 years. After languishing for over a year in the Democrat-controlled house, the USMCA trade deal Trump negotiated, which replaces the awful NAFTA deal cooked up during President Clinton’s...

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TUCKER CARLSON NAILS THE FISA LIARS

The report issued by Inspector General Michael Horowitz has a lot of implications – some of which we have already gone through here. But one of them, which we’ve only touched on, is the complete, humiliating (assuming they have any humility) take-down of “news” personalities who have spent years telling us in so many words that the Steele dossier – the discredited...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING WHO THE “WHISTLEBLOWER” IS

We’ve covered this ground quite a bit over the past months.  But today’s editorial in the New York Post brings it home so cogently that I want it up here again. The “whistleblower”, as you may remember is the unnamed person who didn’t hear a thing first-hand, but claims to have heard from someone else that, during their July 25th telephone call, President Trump...

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THE BORIS LESSON

Until the last week, we were told that there was a tight race in the United Kingdom between Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party. It wasn’t even close. With all but one of the 650 seats in Parliament decided, Johnson’s party, needing 326 for a majority, sits at 364 – with Labor, in shatters, at just 32.2% (smaller parties won the...

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IF I SEE OR HEAR ANOTHER “MY PILLOW” COMMERCIAL…

…I think I’m going to start throwing furniture. And that relentless “for the best night’s sleep in the whole wide world” jingle?  It was OK the first 81,378 times I heard it.  But now I’ll switch channels at the start of the commercial just to avoid hearing it yet another time. OK, got that off my chest. Now, back to politics, where if you want a good...

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TRUMP AND THE JEWISH BOY (NOW)

The previous blog talked about the humanitarianism then-businessperson Donald Trump showed for a young Jewish boy in 1988. Now let’s move to the present. From Justine Coleman’s article for thehill.com: A boy wore a Trump yarmulke to the White House signing event for the president’s executive order on anti-Semitism Wednesday. The 12-year-old boy named Austin wore a red yarmulke with...

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TRUMP AND THE JEWISH BOY (THEN)

First the story: The private Boeing 727 of real estate tycoon Donald Trump arrived from Los Angeles at LaGuardia Airport Tuesday morning, carrying aboard an Orthodox Jewish child with a rare and still undiagnosed breathing illness. The child, Andrew Ten, age 3, arrived with his parents — accompanied by three nurses who attend to him around the clock — to try to seek medical help in the New...

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THE “SCHEME” TALKING POINT

Having just heard the expression “the President’s scheme” used by a Democrat for maybe the 50th time, I think it is safe to assume this was a premeditated strategy. In other words,its usage has a sincerity and spontaneity level of, oh, maybe 0%. This is pathetic.  Other than their talking points, they have nothing.

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HATE-FILLED IDIOT ALERT

Here is the attempt by Rep. rashida tlaib (D-MI) to jokexploit the Jersey City murders, in an effort to pretend she cares about Jews: Uh… …the two anti-Semites who perpetrated these murders were Black. And they were either members or sympathizers of a group, the so-called Black Hebrew Israelites, which, based on its members’ rantings, hates Whites and...

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WELCOME BACK, NPR

National Public Radio (NPR) ran every minute of the Democrat-controlled House Intelligence Committee “impeachment inquiry” hearings. NPR ran every minute of the Democrat-controlled House Judiciary Committe “impeachment inquiry”. Then, when we had the Republican-controlled Senate hearing on Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s testimony, which bears directly on the...

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THE IMPEACHMENT QUESTION I WISH SOMEONE WOULD ASK (TRYING AGAIN)

Following is a blog I posted on December 4th.Since, to my knowledge, no one has asked it yet, I am asking one more time: I have steeled my resolve, and listened to a good deal of this morning’s supposedly neutral testimony from four constitutional law scholars. Their entire impeachment premise is predicated on the assumption that President Trump committed impeachable offenses by ...

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MORE FROM HOROWITZ

Y’know, I’m starting to wonder whether Michael Horowitz is not as enigmatic as I thought he was. I’m starting to wonder if, in reality, he is a clever manipulator/strategist who sandbagged the bad actors in this impeachment fiasco by issuing a report which seemed to exonerate them, but then using the same findings to nail them, but good, when he testified before the senate. Why...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us from Inspector General Michael Horowitz. During his testimony, Mr. Horowitz was asked, flat-out, if his report vindicated any of the people he investigated. His answer: “The activities we found here don’t vindicate anybody who touched this.”  In othe words “I, in my limited-scope investigation, am not about to conclude you did what you are accused...

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