by baldilocks Since I’ve already ranted today about the Justice Democrats and about shame mongering about race, I want to point you to this background on Ilhan Omar from February. It’s very interesting. Here's a taste. Omar spent the first ten years of her life as a member of a family that owed its livelihood … Continue reading Red-Green Omar?
If you paid any attention to Tropical Storm Barry, you had to be ready for Armageddon. NBC’s Al Roker provided some unsolicited advice to the people of New Orleans: If he lived there, he would “make plans now” to evacuate. That was precisely the opposite advice provided by New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell or Gov. … Continue reading You don’t need to be a weatherman to know which way the wind blows
When the president first sent out his tweets concerning the four wise women of congress So interesting to see “Progressive” Democrat Congresswomen, who originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world (if they even have a functioning government at all), now … Continue reading Trump Wins the Day Again!
And I'll include them when I record this week's edition of Your Prayer Intentions for WQPH 89.3 FM Shirley/Fitchburg Tuesday or Wednesday
Apparently Hollywood has decided it's time to redo the James Bond franchise, with a black woman playing 007 I don't have a big problem with this as 007 is a designation not an individual. If they decided to make a woman James Bond as they did with Doctor Who that would have stunk but in … Continue reading Woke 007, Homan da Man, Dem Cannibalism , More Dominican Deaths and The Forgotten Dead Under the Fedora
How bad is the current @bbcdoctorwho ? My 28 year old son who has followed the series all his life is watching The Twin Dilemma (1st @SawbonesHex )for the 1st time & halfway through episode 3 says it's better than almost ALL of the episodes of Series 11.@Nerdrotics #DoctorWho— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) July 14, 2019
By John Ruberry Chicago's reputation for corruption is well-known and it centers on the most shameless legislative body in the nation, its City Council. Since 1973, an astounding 35 Chicago aldermen--some after leaving office--have pleaded guilty or have been convicted of crimes. That sounds bad--and it indeed it is. Chicago's City Council has 50 members--which … Continue reading A glorious new era of Chicago aldermanic convictions may be upon us
by baldilocks Today’s Twitter mob is using the hashtag #FakeChristian as its weapon of choice and, this time, it’s directed at Vice President Mike Pence, who was in Texas yesterday. During his hours-long tour of Texas detention facilities Friday, Vice President Mike Pence came face-to-face with a group of nearly 400 migrant men who were being held … Continue reading Exercises in Finger-Pointing and Illiteracy
ADM Bill Moran, from Wikipedia In case you hadn't caught it, the nominee for the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) retired early because he maintained a professional relationship to a former Public Affairs Officer (PAO) that had previously been charged (but not found guilty) of sexual harrassment. It's a mess that eventually resulted in the … Continue reading CNO, new CNO, and sexual harassment
I was about to write a piece making fun of the Democrats like AOC now turning on Nancy Pelosi when it hit me. Why shouldn't people conclude that Nancy Pelosi is a racist? Consider: Nancy Pelosi belongs to a party that supported miscegenation laws, slavery, Jim Crow and even fought a war in order to … Continue reading Why Shouldn’t AOC think Nancy Pelosi is a Racist?
Illinois bicentennial flag on bottom By John Ruberry While I was on vacation near Da Tech Guy's base--New England--my Facebook feed was dominated by stories on the sticker shock Chicagoans, particularly better-off North Siders, received when they opened up their 2019 property tax bills. One North Side woman, Liz Gold, when speaking of her gargantuan … Continue reading Tales from the Illinois Exodus Part 5: Chicagoans finally awakening to pension bomb
“Here’s the tennis game, Donald Trump kissed a woman in a bathing suit. Trump hits back: Tell me about the president’s relationship with a guy named Jeffrey Epstein. That’s your tennis match.” Donny Deutsch: Morning Joe 8:12 AM May 16th 2016 Yesterday Instapundit linked to this piece at the Hollywood Reporter on how the A-List … Continue reading Remember If Hillary Clinton Wins in 2016 Jeffrey Epstein is Not Arrested in 2019
“So to keep me from becoming proud, I was given a thorn in my flesh, a messenger from Satan to torment me and keep me from becoming proud. Three different times I begged the Lord to take it away. Each time he said, ‘My grace is all you need. My power works best in weakness.’ So … Continue reading Thorn In My Mind
The title of this article and subject matter may anger some and even offend others. Sometimes the truth hurts. Fascism, which I define as an intolerance and hostility towards ideas that are different resulting in censorship, has often been a component of the political left. Beginning with President Trump winning the presidency back in 2016, … Continue reading Fascism on the Political Left has become all too common
In Minnesota a city council decided to aid "diversity" to those who came to America (but still apparently hate it) by removing the pledge of allegiance from their meetings. The backlash produced another meeting to reconsider it and a lot of folks turned out but no final decision has been made. This is why paying … Continue reading The Government We Deserve in Minnesota & Fitchburg, Seattle, Kentucky & LA under the Fedora