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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Trump will add twice as many judges next year as Obama did in eight

Quote of the day:
"President Trump will add twice as many lifetime members to the federal judiciary in the next 12 months (650) as Barack Obama named in eight years (325). American law will never be the same."
Now that is something to be thankful for.

And get your cups ready to catch the liberal tears flowing from the realization that Marxism is dead once the courts stop legislating.

Introducing the Foolitzer Prize

The Pulitzer Prize honors Excellence in Journalism and the Arts.

Well, journalism today just exudes excellence, doesn't it?

Happy Thanksgiving

I am thankful for God, 40 years of marriage, three wonderful children, and my readers.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

What CNN considers a national security threat

John Kirby, a retired rear admiral, is a national security analyst for CNN. With a war in Afghanistan, concerns about North Korea's nuclear power, problems globally with terrorists, and the invasion of millions of illegal aliens through our southern border, guess what he considers the most urgent threat to the safety of the United States of America is.

White House briefings.

New career for Al Franken

Hate crime hoaxes continue

A year ago, liberals and other juvenile delinquents unleashed a series of hate crime hoaxes in the wake of our electing Donald Trump as our president.

There was Yasmin Seweid. There was William Tucker. There was George Nathaniel Stang. And so on. Liberals manufactured this vandalism as propaganda against Trump supporters.

It subsided.


Trump tax cut explained in two paragraphs

As readers know, I see dropping the corporate tax rate from 35% down to 20% as the most important part of the Trump tax plan. This will lead to investment in the USA that will lead to 5% annual growth in the economy.

Trump promised 4% but I think he likes to lowball.

But it turns out, the tax cut also will be a boon to middle-class taxpayers.

Liberals used Al Franken to discredit Roy Moore

The truth shall set you free. The big news is that court documents have exonerated Judge Roy Moore. Records punch holes in the story that he did anything untoward Leigh Corfman when she was 14 and he was 32.

But liberals knew this was the case, and so they have lumped Moore -- who is innocent -- with all those pervs who have confessed to preying on women.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Washington Post inadvertently unmasks climate change scam

Johannes Urpelainen -- the Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Professor of Energy, Resources and Environment at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies -- is alarmed. He wrote a piece for the Washington Post:
Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement means other countries will spend less to fight climate change

Republicans need to learn the lesson of Clinton and Kennedy

Scott Adams of Dilbert fame thinks Roy Moore is toast, I don't. The allegations of sexual impropriety are specious at best, and overwhelmed by the shoes elsewhere dropping like a shoe store in an earthquake.

The election comes down to whether Republicans want to limit government, cut taxes, and Make America Great Again -- or whether they would like to please the news media. We cannot risk the disapproval of Charlie Rose, can we?

Charlie Rose shows how not to apologize

In recent days, America has learned there is a whole legion of lecherous lefties out there - the Joe Biden Brigade.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Warren Buffett, loser of the day

What? How can the third richest man on the planet be named the loser of the day?

By losing his near-monopoly in shipping roughly a million barrels of oil a day from North Dakota.

His loss is America's gain.

Some men talk, some men do

Mecca calls off fatwa against Jews

Last year, the American media missed the story of the year: the election of Donald John Trump as our 45th president.

This year, the American media missed an even bigger story.

Veteran unemployment hits record low

"Veteran unemployment rates fall to record low in October," the Fox News headline screamed.

Overall, the unemployment rate is 4.1 percent -- the lowest in 17 years.

For America's veterans it is 2.7 percent.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

American media misses another big news story: Hezbollah’s fall

President Trump made overseas visits in May, June, and July. The one in May was particularly historic as Air Force One became the first passenger plane to fly directly from Riyadh to Israel since the creation of modern Israel in 1948.

The press ignored the acknowledgement that Arabs and Jews are working together to battle Islamic terrorism. Instead we were treated to nonsense about handshakes.

Trump may be saving Social Security

A funny thing happened on the way to the collapse of Social Security.

It didn't.

Bill's stain won't go away

President Trump brings great clarity to the world, which is why half of us love him and half do not.

He has shown that America's media is full of phonies and fools who stand for nothing but ratings. The Fox News All-Stars in particular turned out to be conservative in name only, and I have noticed several of the biggest fakers are gone.

Saint Preet investigated

Preet Bharara -- hailed by the press as a tough prosecutor -- now faces an investigation by Turkish officials for his handling of a case against a citizen of Turkey.

Pass me the popcorn.

What Republicans stand for

As the party flounders because its leaders still have not recovered from the 2016 election. Just like the Democrats, Republican leaders cannot believe that we really elected Trump president.

The Republican rank-and-file need to fill the void, and re-set the party's principles.

My proposal is simple.

Republicans should stand up for the individual, which means they should stand for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.