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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Media misses the story

One popular propaganda tool used at the Washington Post is to completely miss the story.

Consider this headline:
Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related matters with Russian ambassador, U.S. intelligence intercepts show

You made $37.4 million more than McClatchy

The headlines in February showed a feisty newspaper industry that was winning its war with the president and the 62 million patriotic Americans who elected him.

From the Financial Times: "Newspapers welcome more digital subscribers in time of Fake News."

Make America $4 Trillion Greater

MA4TG. Stuart Varney added the amount of money the Trump Bump added to the value of stocks in America and came up with a cool $4 trillion gain since 62 million Americans shocked the world and elected Donald John Trump president.

Compare that to how the market tanked once voters elected Barack Hussein Obama on November 4, 2008. Stocks fell 9 percent by July 20, 2009 -- the same point that they rose 21 percent under The Donald.

Friday, July 21, 2017

You go first, Bill Nye

Bill Nye, the less science than Dolph Lundgren guy, said old people should die to save the planet.

I saw this movie before, at the drive-in. We called it "Logan's Run."

Start Chick-fil-Gay then

The boycott against Chick-fil-A by "gay rights activists" (Marxists who use the problems of homosexuals to exploit them) failed spectacularly -- fabulously -- a few summers ago.

Now students at Youngstown State University want the college to enforce the boycott by shutting Chick-fil-A down.

Scaramucci already has done a better job than Spicer

Just as reporters are not supposed to be news, so it goes with PR men. Sean Spicer was a disaster from his first press conference onward. Apparently, President Trump gave him six months to shape up.

Spicer's gone on the six-month anniversary of that disaster. Anthony Scaramucci is in. Sarah Huckabee Sanders will continue as spokeswoman. Melissa McCarthy's misandristic days on "Saturday Night Live" are over.

If Hillary Clinton Had Won

Hahaha. I gave this one covered.

Firing Mueller

President Trump needs to fire Robert Mueller -- but in a manner in which his enemies in Congress do not turn around and hire the Big Leak back.

Trump has to make Mueller too toxic to touch.

The plan is to investigate the investigator.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

860 regulations bite the dust

In his first six months as president, Donald Trump and his staff have chipped away at the icebergs of regulation blocking our path to economic liberty, killing or shelving 860 regulations.

But that pales compared to the 3,853 regulations Barack Obama and his Marxist minions added in his last year in office alone. Easily Obama added 25,000-plus regulations in his eight-year rule of foolishness.

Ban DWI -- driving while illegal

As you read "Driving While Undocumented, and Facing the Risks" by Liz Robbins of the New York Times, count the number of laws broken.

I'll make it easy, using boldface.