AN EMBARRASSING BALLGAME.

Apropos of nothing political… … I have been a baseball fan, a New York Yankees fan for many years. But last night, watching the Yankees dismantle the Baltimore Orioles 14 to 2, was the first time I recall being embarrassed for a major league baseball team. As the score piled up, the Oriole players literally looked crestfallen, defeated, humiliated, and as if all they wanted was for...

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IS THE STRZOK FIX IN?

How does left wing, Obama-appointed, Trump-hating judge Amy Berman Jackson wind up getting case after case that can either help or damage President Trump? The latest? She has been appointed to oversee peter strzok’s wrongful termination lawsuit. No wonder that smirk is still on his face. You can read all about it at joe Hoft’s article for thegatewaypundit.com –  along with a...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from Mark Davis, writing for townhall.com.  They concern the sick, odious, genuinely dangerous “outing” of Trump supporters by Rep. joaquin castro (D-TX), twin brother of Democrat presidential hopeful Julian Castro; specifically his tweeting of personal information regarding 44 individual Trump donors by name. Here, from Mr. Davis’s...

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IS THERE POLITICAL BIAS ON SOCIAL MEDIA?

I would hope you already know the answer to the above question.  But just in case you don’t, we have this from Gregg Re’s article at foxnews.com: Twitter locked accounts belonging to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s re-election campaign and several prominent conservatives Monday, after they posted videos of left-wing protesters gathered outside McConnell’s...

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CALLING THE PRESIDENT A RACIST/NAZI SYMPATHIZER: THE HYPOCRISY, THE DANGER

In just the past few days, President Trump has been called a racist and nazi sympathizer and a xenophobe more times than I can count. Based on what? -That, two years ago, he said there were “very fine people” on both sides in Charlottesville, Virginia – while conveniently forgetting to mention that, in that same press conference, he specifically condemned the nazis and White...

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THE QUOTE OF THE DAY

Today’s quote comes to us, in the form of a facebook post, from Vibora (Deborah) Anchondo. Don’t know who she is? Read the quote and you will, just as you will, I am sure,  know why she wins Quote Of The Day honors: “It’s such a shame that two of our local politicians (I refuse to say their names as they don’t deserve it) are saying that our President is not welcome on...

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DAYTON: THE NBC NEWS COVERUP

This morning’s Today Show had a major story on connor betts, the mass murderer who killed 9 people and injured many others in Dayton, Ohio this weekend. The story allegedly explored his frame of mind prior to the shooting.  It interviewed two of his former girlfriends.  It showed footage of him performing with a satanic band.  It talked on and on about his attachment to “violent...

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THE PARAGRAPH OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraph comes to us from John Hinderaker at powerlineblog.com, and concerns the latest odoriferous doings of Rep. ilhan omar (D-MN);  specifically the $250,000 she has paid campaign strategist Tim Mynett – so far. See, it seems that omar has apparently left her husband, Mynett has left his wife and three children, and they are now an ‘item”. Is this break-up of...

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MASS MURDER, VIOLENT MOVIES & VIOLENT VIDEO GAMES

Hollywood, this year – and last year and the year before and…you get the picture…is inundating us with gratuitously violent movies targeted specifically at young audiences. Ditto for gratuitously violent video games. Why, then, in the aftermath of these latest two mass murder incidents, have I not seen so much as one article about the likely connection between these movies/video...

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DOES ILHAN OMAR WEAR HER HIJAB WHEN SHE’S WITH TIM MYNETT?

What is the purpose of the hijab? In its traditional form, it is worn by women to maintain modesty and privacy from unrelated males. From Martin Gould, Cheyenne Roundtree and Ben Ashford’s article for London’s Daily Mail: Is Ilhan Omar having an affair with this Dem strategist? The man she was holding hands with at a secluded eatery is Tim Mynett, who has constantly been by her...

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WAS THE “MANIFESTO” FOR REAL?

In the past few hours, cyberspace is buzzing with the possibility that the “manifesto”, allegedly written by patrick crusius and put up prior to his murderous spree at the El Paso WalMart, was not his at all. From Oscar Gonzalez and Queenie Wong’s article for cnet.com: 8chan, an anonymous forum, has been under scrutiny since the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas on Saturday. A...

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A TALE OF TWO NEW YORK TIMES HEADLINES

Here is the original front page of today’s New York Timers, which featured a story about President Trump’s speech to the nation: That is correct.  That is what he urged. Then came the immediate left wing outrage that the New York Times, which aggressively despises Donald Trump and his administration, would dare to produce a headline advising readers that he spoke in favor of unity...

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IT ALL BEGINS WITH IGNORANCE

Given the content of my previous blog, I think I will repost a very short poem I wrote years ago, and have put up several times in the past. IT ALL BEGINS WITH IGNORANCE What we are ignorant of, we don’t know. What we don’t know, we don’t understand. What we don’t understand, we fear. What we fear, we hate. What we hate, we lash out at. It all begins with...

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MASS SHOOTINGS AND RACE

Please read the following information, which I pulled from Daniel Greenfield’s latest commentary at frontpagemag.com.  Then let’s talk. Looking at the data from the Mass Shooting Tracker, widely utilized by the media, as of this writing, of the 72 mass shooters, perpetrators in shootings that killed or wounded 4 or more people, whose race is known, 37 were white, 21 were black, 8...

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THE PARAGRAPHS OF THE DAY

Today’s paragraphs come to us from Alexa St. John’s article for the Wall Street Journal – which focuses on the effects of New York City’s $15 an hour minimum wage law: More than six months after the $15 minimum wage went into effect in New York City, business leaders and owners say the increased labor costs have forced them to cut staff, eliminate work shifts and raise...

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