THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from Pat Droney, writing for lawenforcementtoday.com.  They describe the professional career of one Anthony Manson, and the salutary effect New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s new bail policy has had on his career: Anthony Manson is a serial burglar. During the Christmas shopping season, Manson did his shopping by stealing packages from Brooklyn apartment...

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JON CALDERA & THE NEW BATTLE OF THE SEXES

“Megan told me I was the page’s most-read columnist. But there’s now a permanently and perpetually offended class, and in order to speak, you need to use their terminology. There’s a whole lot of you-can’t-say-that-ism going on right now.” What you just read was former Denver Post columnist Jon Caldera’s explanation of why the fact that he maintains there...

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ABOUT THAT COUCH CUSHION ON RTE. 9 SOUTH…

Apropos of nothing political… …there is a couch cushion laying on the left shoulder of Route 9 South in Perth Amboy, NJ, maybe 1-2 tenths of a mile before the Penyak Roofing billboard. It has been there for at least three months. It has gone from a nice cushion that probably fell from a couch being transported on the back of someone’s pick-up truck, to a disgusting, rotting...

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IMPEACHMENT: ONE DAY MORE

One day more, to as farcical an event as you will find in modern politics: the senate trial of President Trump… …based on two articles of impeachment that mention neither any specific crime, nor anything else in the constitution’s explanation of why/when impeachment should take place. Tomorrow, the United States senate will start what, it appears, will be a protracted waste of...

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THE NEW YORK TIMES’ PRESIDENTIAL ENDORSEMENT(S)

Yesterday, the New York Times editorial board published its decision decision regarding the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination.   The Times has endorsed not one, but two candidates. You may be wondering how that can be, since – unless the constitution was rewritten this morning – there still is only one president at a time.  But this is today’s New York Times we’re...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from David Marcus, writing for thefederalist.com. Mr. Marcus is both outraged and sarcastically amused by CNN’s whining over Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) refusing to talk to one of its correspondents, Manu Raju, on the grounds that he is a “liberal hack”. Here is what he has to say about it: As a guy who grew up in Philly I’d like to inform...

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THIS YEAR’S “WOMEN’S MARCH”

Yesterday was the fourth annual “Woman’s March”. And the attendance seems to have, again, dropped precipitously. How far has it fallen? -The first year (2017, President Trump’s first year in the White House) estimates were in the 3.3-5.3 million range.  Huge. -In 2018 it dropped to 1.9 – 2.6 million.  Very large, but nothing like 2017. -In 2019, it was down to an...

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IS IT UNCONSTITUTIONAL TO VOTE FOR DONALD TRUMP?

The title of this blog is a genuinely idiotic question. The reason I put it up there, however, is that it is the premise of an article – not a satire, but an actual article, written by someone named Noah Berlatsky, that you are supposed to take seriously. And which wackadoo website published this idiotic artcle?  Uh……er…….nbcnews.com.  As in NBC. Doubt me (and, if...

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RACHEL MADDOW’S PARNAS “BOMBSHELL” IMPLODES

Wasn’t this “bombshell” supposed to explode?  Not implode? Sorry, Rachel Maddow, but it’s another dressed-up dud, that got you big ratings for one night at the cost of – again – bamboozling your audience into thinking you had something of value for them. From Jim Hoft’s article at thegatewaypundit.com, we have a very clear dismantling of the claims by...

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THE PELOSI FIST-BUMP

Remember Nancy Pelosi, wearing black to emphasize how serious, how somber the impeachment of President Trump was? Then remember the same Nancy Pelosi, all smiles in a black dress, signing the articles of impeachment and using a number of pens that she then handed out as souvenirs, as if they were bobblehead dolls at a baseball game? Now remember this:  Pelosi going on hard-left Bill...

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CONSUMER CONFIDENCE IN THE TRUMP ERA

Did you know that, despite daily attacks on our economy by mainstream media – which ongoingly drum into readers’/viewers’ heads that the rich are getting richer and everyone else is being left behind… …consumer confidence in the economy just reached a 19 year high? From Max Reyes’ article at bloomberg.com (and how it must gall Michael Bloomberg that the data...

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THE MOST IMPORTANT CASE THE SUPREME COURT WILL HEAR

Did you know that the United States Supreme Court is going to rule on the viability of our electoral system? Well, that is exactly what is going to happen.  And the ruling will come down before this year’s presidential election. From Bronson Stocking’s article at townhall.com: On Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that would decide whether electoral college electors must...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote – and it is a truly remarkable one – comes to us from the so-called “moderate” 6-time senator, 2-time vice president and, now, presidential candidate, Joe Biden. At the end of an interview with members of the New York Times editorial board, Mr. Biden turned the talk to pay inequality.  Here is the key part of his opinion: “All White guys are just...

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