A recent headline in The New York Times Magazine read: “23 Democrats Are Running for President. Do Any of Them Know What They’re Doing?” The article includes some nuggets—as does other political reporting from the mainstream media that demonstrate the dirty double dozen really don't know what they're doing. According to DaTimes, Amy Klobuchar likes … Continue reading The motley crew of Democrats
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By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- The floodwaters along the Arkansas River, the Missouri, and the Mississippi, are receding but the damage is done. We have just returned from a two-week trek through the Midwest that took us through Fort Smith, Arkansas, Missouri, and Iowa, and what we saw along the rivers and in the heartland … Continue reading Report from the Midwest: Flooding, Farming, and Famine
There are a lot of pols out there fluctuating but still showing Biden in the lead with the various Dems below him. While as a rule early pols mean pretty little odds are these pols are going to be more accurate than any pols showing a match up vs POTUS because Democrats are less likely … Continue reading Five Quick Democrat Primary Thoughts Under the Fedora
Yttrium, from Wikipedia China continues to make the news about its possible restriction on rare earth metals. This isn't new, as China had previously restricted rare earth metals in 2010 as a move against Japan. Should China decide to impose a ban, it will only hurt them long term though. In case you don't have … Continue reading Rare earth materials and an upcoming Chinese mistake
If you want to understand why 33 Million isn't a penny too little for punitive damages against Oberlin college all you need to read is this paragraph from the Legal Insurrection coverage of the case: The damage was worse than most realize. On a walk through campus several weekends ago, this reporter talked to about … Continue reading Why 33 Million wasn’t enough for Oberlin
Yesterday the Boston Red Sox managed one of the most improbable comebacks of the season against a good Texas Team using five home runs and a 9th inning save from a kid up from Pawtucket. I don't know if this is a turning point for the team, but if nothing else it means that those … Continue reading Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hockey and SABLE Under the Fedora
I’ve seen the ludicrous assertion that capitalism has a body count comparable to that of socialism bouncing around the internet with regularity. That assertion has also become the central theme of far too many college courses. To begin the research necessary to debunk this myth I did a Google search for the phrase “capitalism body … Continue reading Did Capitalism Really Kill Millions?
Can anyone tell me why we should care what Jon Stewart thinks on any issue? Rush Limbaugh's advice for POTUS to go to California regularly and highlight the problems there is a good idea. He should add stops in Portland, Seattle and Chicago. Nothing hurt Democrats more than people seeing what happens when you let … Continue reading Jon Who? Go West old man, A no longer useful idiot, Losing a fan base and Liberals exploiting women under the fedora.
Sir Humphrey Appleby: In any case the dean hasn't done enough public service to qualify for Berry St Edmonds [diocese Bishop]. The Bursar of Bailey College: Are they're any other dioceses coming free?Sir Humphrey Appleby: Well it doesn't happen very often. And the older apointees don't have to retire at 60 or anything. Bishops tend … Continue reading The Democrat 1%ers Counting on the Reaper?
Jumping on the impeachment bandwagon, The New York Times has allowed a 20-something editorial assistant to argue for the House to present a bill of particulars against President Trump. In one of the worst journalistic offenses in recent months, DaTimes allowed Ian Prasad Philbrick to create the news organization’s own articles of impeachment based on those … Continue reading Hubris and impeachment
Pat Austin is Traveling and will be back next week David "Big Papi" Ortiz has been shot in the Dominican Republic: Per the report, Ortiz was shot in a burglary at club in Santo Domingo, and transported to a local hospital. A suspect has been arrested, according to Dominican journalist Jose Monegro.Ortiz was shot in the … Continue reading Under the Fedora Extra: Big Papi Shot, Game Seven, Veritas Victory, IRA & Alexa.
With the latest attempt to silence conservatives like Steven Crowder on the net by Demonetizing their popular channels the question becomes how do we stop this kind of BS. The 1st way and obvious way is to make the left realize that they are not immune to this stuff (as Lesbians who insist that you … Continue reading Want to End Big Tech Censorship, Threaten their Intellectual Property Rights
Since this week’s article fell on the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings I decided to make my article about that miraculous event. Calling D=Day a miraculous event is not an overstatement. During the first 24 hours of the invasion the entire operation very nearly spiraled out of control into an absolute disaster many times. … Continue reading The Miracle that was D-Day
Reviews shape our opinion in this digital age of today. Customer comments help us obtain an opinion about a product. The chances of you buying something online increases by reading positive comments and reviews from other customers. As time passes by, fake reviews are prevailing every day on online retailers’ websites. It can cause the … Continue reading Fake Reviews are flooding giants such as Amazon & Facebook