The iran “deal” media coverage follow-up

In the previous blog I wondered how our mainstream media would address the newly discovered information about how President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry have given away the store to terrorist Iran, so they could take credit for making a “deal”. Well,now we know, via the following excerpt from Nicholas Fondacara’s article at newsbusters.org: According to a new Senate...

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The Rest of Obama’s giveaway to iran

How complete was Barack Obama and John Kerry’s cave-in to the terrorist jihadists in Iran? In case you thought you knew the extent of how grotesque their “deal” was, the Associated Press, which hardly qualifies as an anti-obama venue, is disabusing you of that incorrect notion today. From‌ Josh Lederman and Matthew Lee’s just-published article:  The Obama administration...

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The quotes of the day

Given what they say, today’s quotes (there are several) come to us from an extremely surprsing source:  life -long Democrat and Trump hater par excellence, Chris Matthews. Here is Matthews’ analysis of the current state of his party, as voiced in Tuesday’s “Morning Joe” show: “…there’s too much self-saluting.”  And I’m telling you, the people...

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An unhappy anniversary

Can it really be 50 years since Robert Frances Kennedy was assassinated at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles? The answer is yes.  It happened on June 4th, 1968 –  and was just one of  the many tragic ends for members of that rich, powerful, but horrifically ill-fated family. May he and and the others rest in peace.

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The quote of the day

Today’s quote comes to us from President Donald Trump. Mr. Trump, today, canceled a White House reception planned for the NFL Super Bowl-champion Philadelphia Eagles.  The reason?  A number of the players refused to attend because of Mr. Trump’s opinion that they all should stand and respect the National Anthem. Here is the key part of his statement: “The Philadelphia Eagles are...

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SPORADIC POSTING

For the next two or so weeks, I will be posting only sporadically.  There will be times I can put material up and times when I can’t. I’ll explain why after the situation causing this situation is over.

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ANOTHER STUPID TRUMP TWEET

Why in the world would President Trump tweet that he could pardon himself? Legally, I have no idea whether or not this is true. Politically, though, it does not matter whether he can or he can’t.  To so much as mention the possibility – even in the context of saying he wouldn’t do it (which is NOT what he said…more on that in a moment) – is to suggest it is on his...

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IF I KNEW YOU WERE COMING OUT, I WOULDN’T’VE BAKED A CAKE?

In 1950, when Eileen Barton recorded her hit version of “If I Knew You Were Coming I’d’ve Baked A Cake”, I seriously doubt she could have imagined that, 68 years later, a punny version of its title could be used for an internet blog. But, due to today’s Supreme Court ruling involving a Christian baker and a gay wedding cake, that is exactly what has happened. From a...

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MAKING THE COMPETITION GO AWAY

Suppose you are a Democrat Senator in a Republican state.  Even though you present yourself as a “blue-dog” (moderate/conservative) senator, you have to fight both your party’s positions on key issues, and your Republican opponent reminding voters that, most of the time, you vote with the purveyors of those positions. That would make your re-election campaign pretty tough under...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us from Andrew McCarthy; a former federal prosecutor and, currently, one of the better political analysts out there – especially when it comes to uncovering the beyond-scandalous deep-state effort to take down Donald Trump, both before and after he became President of the United States. Mr. McCarthy has no illusions about the illegal spying conducted on Mr...

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THE SEARCH ENGINE/SOCIAL MEDIA MONOPOLY

Is there such a thing as a social media Democrat/left monopoly?  Have the major search engines become political advocates/activists/manipulators for the Democrat Party?  Are they intentionally attacking and suppressing conservatives? The evidence is heavy that they do.  And now Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, is suggesting that something may have to be...

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CNBC VS. NANCY PELOSI

Let’s starty with the following excerpts from Becket Adams’ article for CNBC (which is far from pro-Trump territory): In the face of persistent fears that the world could be facing a trade war and a synchronized slowdown, the U.S. economy enters June with a good deal of momentum. The day started off with the payrolls report showing a gain of 223,000 in May, well above market...

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Real racism (cont.)

This latest installment of our Real Racism series concerns a Black woman who was refused service at a Portland, Oregon bakery. I am intentionally, at least for this moment,  not mentioning which person, or persons, performed the racism.  First read about the incident, via this excerpt from an article at ABC News – Portland.  Then we’ll discuss: ,,,”Back To Eden Bakery”...

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Real collusion

Want to see what real collusion looks like? Here you go.  And how I wish I was the one who put this visual together:   The saddest part?  I would call this must-reading for robert mueller… except I know full well he already is aware of it.  All of it. When does the Mueller farce end? When does an investigation of the real collusion begin –  both of what is in the...

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The bds/terrorist connection

To the surprise of no one with any real knowledge of what the so-called “BDS” movement actually is, we have this excerpt from Paul Crookston’s article for freebeacon.com: An American umbrella group of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement (BDS) against Israel facilitates tax-exempt donations to a Palestinian coalition that includes numerous U.S.-designated terrorist...

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