I took a peek at Twitter yesterday and saw this from Baldilocks If you think I'm POd about the Fake News Brigade's denigration of active-duty GIs, you are correct. I went to bed angry and woke up furious.— baldilocks (@JulietteAkinyi) December 28, 2018 There was a time when I might have been outraged as well. … Continue reading Fifth Day of Christmas Under the Fedora: US Troops, Polish Troops, IDF Troops, College Free Speech Troops and Slade Trooping on
This piece at Town hall by Stephen Moore on Climate Change funding is a must read but the most important bit is the piece is this: Now here's the real scandal of the near trillion dollars that governments have stolen from taxpayers to fund climate change hysteria and research. By the industry's own admission, there … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora for Dec 19th 2018 Climate Change Cash, Air BNB, Woman’s March, armed Teachers and Japanese Carriers
Pro-tip for experienced Christians, when you declare you are going to leave something for the Holy Spirit to decide said spirit is going to take you seriously and make that decision based on his desires not yours. Which is why I didn't get to sleep in on my only day off this week For years … Continue reading Non-Tweets under the Fedora for 12-16-18 Holy Spirit, Twitter, Government, Cleveland Browns and Demands
Came home to read a Denver post story that a Conservative >federal Judge in Texas ruled Obamacare unconstitutional without the tax. Funny I don't remember the MSM describing the judges who kept ruling against Trump as "liberal". I wounder if Justice Roberts will scold them over it? Hotair links to a story at fivethirtyeight by … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora for 12-15-18 Obamacare, Kaepernick, Panahi & Pope Francis, Fighting Nazis, and Chris Rock’s rules in Action
The death of the Weekly Standard is the end of an error. The Decision of Bill Kristol & co to go full anti-trump might have kept him on TV and will assure him of comfort and entree to all the right parties, but it means unemployment for everyone else at the mag. He got woke … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora: 12-14-18 Dead Standards, Mueller, Sodom and Google
¡It's been a few days since Harold Baines has been elected to the Baseball HOF by committee and the articles keep coming about how he doesn't belong. I'm a small hall guy who thinks that if you have to think if a person belongs in a HOF fame they likely don't but let me say … Continue reading Non-Tweets Under the Fedora for Dec 13th: Harold Baines, Rep Swalwell, ¡No Pasaran! San Francisco and Abortion
Listening to the Democrats claim that Google's Censorship of conservatives is fantasy brings to mind the days when Democrats when Democrats claimed that oppression of blacks in the south or repressing their right to vote was exaggerated. Some things never change. In Superbowl XLIX Seattle let themselves be drawn outside with under 30 seconds to … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora for Dec 12 Google Clinton and Kids
On which the Bill of Rights is based by baldilocks My cousin Dyllan and I are very much alike and get along very well. This is interesting, since we are related by marriage (he is the grandson of my American dad’s sister), I’m more than old enough to be his mother, and we had virtually … Continue reading Freedom From Religion (UPDATED)
Another day, another westerner killed in the west for insulting Islam: An Irish university lecturer stabbed to death by one of his former students had allegedly ‘insulted the Prophet Mohammed', his killer has told French police. The 66-year-old academic, named locally as John Dowling, was attacked and stabbed 13 times outside the Paris university where … Continue reading Why WOULDN’T That Pious Muslim Ali Kill Mr. Dowling?
While I love the idea of the RedSox AAA team moving to Worcester just 20 minutes from my house I strongly suspect that the fate of the Worcester Red Sox might be similar to this in Camden NJ Taxpayers spent more than $18 million to build the stadium that would eventually be named Campbell's Field, … Continue reading Today’s non-tweets under the Fedroa Baseball, Baker, MS13 and Holy Water 12-7-18
Every time I see a blog comment generated via facebook which starts I am making a real GOOD MONEY... I get a slightly smug feeling of satisfaction knowing that. I'm not on facebook I still approve comments by hand Yeah it shortens the conversation and likely costs me hits as you don't get the instant … Continue reading Under the Fedora Thoughts not on Twitter for 12/6/18
I must insist at the same Time, that what my Client is charged with, is not a Libel ; and I observed just now, that Mr. Attorney in defining a Libel, made use of the words scandalous, seditious and, and tend to disquiet the People ; but (whether with Design or not I will not … Continue reading John Zenger and Andrew Hamilton Weep as some thing never change.
On Wednesday I noticed this on twitter concerning Jeffrey Epstein and the Miami Herald: The Miami Herald has put together a bombshell of an investigation of Jeffrey Epstein and prosecutors who negotiated a sealed plea arrangement that allowed the billionaire to only spend a year in jail and avoid prosecution for allegedly sexually assaulting dozens … Continue reading Jeffrey Epstein Hillary Clinton Election 2020 & DaTechGuy’s Laws of Media outrage
by baldilocks Julie Kelly at American Greatness: If you are someone on the political Right who might quit Twitter because it just banned Jesse Kelly, here’s my plea: Don’t. After the shocking news spread Sunday night that Twitter had deplatormed the conservative influencer for unknown reasons, some conservatives are threatening to leave the social media site. Glenn … Continue reading Make Them Push You Off the Battlefield (UPDATED)
Tom Hagen: Right now we have the unions and we have the gambling and those are the best things to have. But narcotics is a thing of the future. If we don’t get a piece of that action we risk everything we have. Not now, but ten years from now. The Godfather 1972 I've been seeing … Continue reading It’s No Mystery , It’s Still the Tom Hagen Math (and Business)