Saturday, May 27, 2017

Washington Post must call to expel Al Franken

The Washington Post wishes to strip Montana of their sole member of the House because he shoved a reporter out of his personal space.

Too damned bad.

Why Twitter suspended a teeny bopper's account

Trump goes Alinsky on Islam

One of Saul's rules for radicals says you should hold an adversary to their standards.

Which brings me to President Trump's message for Ramadan, which began this weekend and ends on June 24 -- Eid al-Fitr, as they call it.

Four scandals the media ignores

If you are just learning about these items, the news media you are reading or watching is Fake News.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Tweets I never sent

A sorta every-other-day-if-I-feel-like-it feature by a retired newspaperman.

The father of Marcellus shale retires

I dedicated a chapter of Exceptional Americans: 50 People You Need To Know to George Phydias Mitchell, the wildcatter responsible for the development of hydraulic fracturing.

Those of us in the Alleghenies and Appalachia should thank Terry Engelder for making fracking important to our lives.

“Yeah, I’m in the Media — Screw You”

The crew at Instapundit today is serving crow to members of the media who tried to throw the special congressional election in Montana to the Democrat with the Fake News that the Republican candidate -- Greg Gianforte -- body slammed a reporter. The media lied in the hope of turning the vote into a referendum on President Trump in which he would lose.

Trump so far is 2-0 in these referendums.

Why Democrats import violence

The Washington Times story -- "Obama admin knew gang members were part of illegal immigrant surge: Whistleblower" -- should surprise no one in retrospect.

The Melania story the U.S. press won't tell

The pope blessed her rosary. She visited the Vatican's children hospital and stayed for their selfies. But the most extraordinary Melania Trump story on this first overseas tour by President Trump occurred in Israel.

The rest of the story about Montana's election

Republican Greg Gianforte body slammed Democrat Rob Quist in a special congressional election in a state that is truly purple -- with a Democratic governor, a Republican senator, and a Democratic senator.

But of course, that is not how the national media framed it, is it? So let me tell you the rest of the story.