By John Ruberry Garrison Keillor used to regularly begin his News From Lake Wobegon segment on the Prairie Home Companion with "It was a quiet week in Lake Wobegon." Because it was always quiet there. And in regards to my continuing Tales from the Illinois Exodus series at Da Tech Guy, I should open each … Continue reading Tales from the Illinois Exodus–Part Three
Thanks to the Jussie Smollett case there has been a lot of talk concerning Race Crime Hoaxes. Here is an example of one that isn't. A member of a Hispanic street gang has pleaded guilty to federal charges after he orchestrated the 2014 firebombing of African-American homes in a Los Angeles public housing complex, officials … Continue reading Under the Fedora Racism in LA, Chicago, Chula Vista, DC and Louisiana
I've written very little about politics lately as I've been concentrating on my Lenten Reflections and my interviews from the Catholic Men's Conference so here are a few thoughts on what's going on. I'm completely amazed at the left's inability to abandon the Mueller Report. The longer it keeps going on the more likely the … Continue reading muellermaddness, fight415, aclu, Chicago and Israeli Elections Under the Fedora
by baldilocks It's one of those days in which I waited too late to pick out a writing topic. Therefore, I invite you to read this. It's a good summation of the AOC phenomenon, if a pessimistic one. The true moment when the game was up and Ocasio-Cortez was reduced to a footnote in history … Continue reading When Socialists Smarter Than AOC Come Along
By John Ruberry Until last Tuesday morning not even a majority of Cook County residents could identify Kim Foxx among a random group of Chicagoans. Foxx is the Cook County state's attorney. She's in charge of the second largest prosecutor's office in the nation. She's not an anonymity now. Last week First Assistant State’s Attorney … Continue reading How Kim Foxx happened
by baldilocks We knew that Hillary Clinton’s server situation was really, really bad. Intentionally, bad. Mind-blowingly bad. How bad was it? The watchdog group Judicial Watch is suing the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to produce records detailing the FBI response to warnings that a foreign power has comprised then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s … Continue reading Not Russia and Not Trump
How far left are the Democrats? They are so far left that a person who supports Medicare for all, wants the Electoral college abolished and thinks the Green New Deal is "pragmatic" can be considered a moderate simply by suggesting hie likes a chicken sandwich. The NYT has a piece on the insane religious adulation … Continue reading A “Moderate” on Chick Fil A, A Crisis of faith, Brennan as the Chicago way…,vs the Trump way and Opening Day Under the Fedora
Think of where we're been for decades. For as long as I can remember Newspapers and Television and have been about electing Democrats. When Cable News became a thing it was the same and when internet journalism became a thing it did as well. To be sure there was the occasional exception and one could … Continue reading #muellermaddness What Would Trump Have paid to put the MSM/Hollywood/Left in this Light?
Trump is not indicted but Avenatti is arrested. Think about that. Pelosi and Schumer now say we can't trust the letter from the AG because he is not an unbiased observer on the Mueller report, and they are? Besides wasn't this letter written with Rod "Wires" Rosenstien or are they claiming he is a Trump … Continue reading Five Brief #MuellerMaddness Thoughts Under the Fedora
The scam that is the SPLC is finally starting to unravel: Southern Poverty Law Center president Richard Cohen resigned Friday, in the latest blow to the embattled left-wing nonprofit.Cohen’s resignation came nine days after the SPLC fired co-founder Morris Dees on March 13, citing unspecified conduct issues.Cohen announced his resignation in a staff-wide email Friday evening, the … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under The Fedora SPLC tanking , The Stacy McCain School of Journalism, Un-newsworthy Religious Vandalism Ichrio and the Big Bang Last Season
Capt Kirk: No, wait! There's a better way. Does not your sacred book promise that good is stronger than evil? Sirah: Yes, it is written. Good shall always destroy evil. Elder: It is written. Cloud William: The fight is done when one is dead. Dr. McCoy: Spock, I've found that evil usually triumphs unless good … Continue reading How Trump Won Vs the Media/Left Russia MullerMadness By Actions Inactions and Luck
By John Ruberry There is never a shortage of evidence of the decline and fall of Illinois. Just a week after I authored Tales from the Illinois Exodus–Part One in this space, I already have a second entry. In two weeks Chicagoans will elect its first female black mayor as two very liberal candidates, Lori … Continue reading Tales from the Illinois Exodus–Part Two
Today I'd like to show you something that confirms a point I made earlier about God's laws are for our benefit rather than his, even the 1st commandment: I, the LORD, am your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, that place of slavery. You shall not have other gods besides me. … Continue reading Lenten Reflections Third Sunday of Lent No Other Gods…
Now that the Mueller report has been released and the left is plastering the list of all the indictments that Mueller handed down everyone has seemingly forgotten about something. Namely the Concord Management and Consulting Trial. Not the indictment, which is on every MSM list of how successful Mueller was, but the actual court case … Continue reading Mueller Madness: What about the Concord Management and Consulting Trial?
Once again the left's dream of destroying a GOP administration via a prosecutor has gone up in smoke. The Mueller report has been delivered to the AG and the only real result has been the conviction of a beltway insider whose corruption had gone on for years happily ignored by all until he a couple … Continue reading The Media/Left’s Mueller Madness Or It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like another Blue Fitzmas