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Friday, September 22, 2017

Jim Acosta, White House tool

You may have noticed, not many reporters have defended Jim Acosta of CNN, whose antics as a White House reporter have made him a star.

Perhaps it is jealousy, or more likely a reflection of his personality.

Valerie Plame's excuse was even worse

Valerie Plame Wilson worked for the CIA, tried to bring down the Bush 43 administration, and retired to a life among the Hamptons crowd. On Thursday, she messed up and let her Antisemitism slip.

Her excuse was even worse because it showed not only is she a bigot, but incompetent.

Attack the enemy, not each other

Novelist, lawyer, and retired infantry colonel Kurt Schlichter wrote a nice column, "Unleashing the Power of Mockery on Annoying Social Justice Warriors."

I don't know why he singled out the annoying ones. On the other hand, I do not know of any who are not annoying.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Trump may have stopped North Korea

Neil Cavuto on Fox News and Fox Business News disappointed me by blowing off President Trump as a lightweight.

Not today.

No, Mister Kimmel, Obamacare killed people

Jimmy Kimmel has morphed into Howard Beale, using his nightly show on ABC to rant on about health care. His child was born with a bad ticker. Being a liberal, Kimmel exploited his situation politically to push Obamacare.

This week, Kimmel accused Republicans of wanting to kill people by repealing Obamacare.

Trump winning in Syria

Every time I get to the point where I wash my hands of all newspaper columnists, a guy like Paul Mulshine of the Star-Ledger in New Jersey comes through to renew my faith in a trade that time should have passed by.

"Enjoyable to Read"

Carolina Girl made my day by posting the 89th Amazon review of "Trump the Press."

Hillary gives Melania first lady lessons

Not content with dissing Donald Trump, Hillary decided to give Melania lessons on being a first lady


Why CNN told you Trump's campaign was wiretapped

Seems odd, doesn't it, that a cable entertainment network devoted to bringing down the presidency of Donald Trump would suddenly -- out of nowhere -- report "Exclusive: US government wiretapped former Trump campaign chairman," but there it is.