With the revelation that Reuters has not only been sitting on the Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke hacker story for two year but made it a point to agree not to release it until after election 2018 it's worth making the obvious point. It is highly likely that there are dozens if not more such stories … Continue reading How Many Other “Beto” Stories about Democrats Are Reuters & Co Sitting On?
There is a gem hidden in the "leftists in panic over Ocasio-Cortez" stories a few weeks ago that deserves more attention than it got: “What I have recommended to the New York delegation is that you find her a primary opponent and make her a one-term congressperson,” the Democratic lawmaker, who requested anonymity, told The … Continue reading Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez & the Divine Right of Incumbency
I’ve very disappointed in you. Not only did you fail to roll back the sales tax but you elected people particularly for auditor and in Ma-6 whose corruption is publicly known. Almost as bad you returned the person most responsible for the current nationwide financial crisis to office in Ma-4. I talked to many of … Continue reading Getting what we deserve again
During my lunch breaks I've been reading the 2nd volume in Albert Bushnell Hart's American History Told by Contemplates and it's amazing to see the contrast between what I am reading there and what I see in the news and on the net. The most amazing thing is it only took two generations for this … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora 12-21-18: History, Tutu, War on Men, Syria and the Economy
“Who here trusts the GOP?” Not a single hand went up DaTechGuy Sept 2010 One of the things I like least about the political world is the duplicity. There are many people in the political world who will say one thing to get votes and another when they no longer face said votes. There are … Continue reading The Mysteries of a Lame Duck Congress
Shortly after President Trump's election I wrote this: There was plenty of talk about a “rigged” system before the election and one of the biggest signs of it was certain big city Democrat counties holding back reporting in key states. The basic idea which has been part of the equation as long as machine politics … Continue reading I Repeat, the Time to be Ready for the Election 2020 Vote Fraud Algorithm is NOW!
...they really try to grind you out. I thought that with the election over it there might be a chance to relax for just a moment but the left, constantly seeking power like Satan constantly seeking souls simply never gives up. They will push and push and push until you give in or until they … Continue reading What the Left has in Common with Satan…
Yesterday I wrote this about the Democrats and the house: lot of crazies managed to win in deep blue states meaning that the left will be dying to go full pussy hat while Pelosi tries to make sure her caucus doesn't have a Kavanaugh moment that so disgusts voters that those 30 districts she flipped go … Continue reading Will House Democrats “Kavanaugh” themselves?
I had made it a point not to hear anything about the election at work yesterday, when sometime between 10 & 11 PM a co-worker who hates POTUS with a passion said that the GOP was keeping the House and Senate. Given that the pols had not yet closed in California and the west this … Continue reading Six Very Groggy Thoughts about Election 2018 (Circa 10 am EST)
One of the drawbacks of depending on a regular full time job for income and hosting the Catholic Radio show Your Prayer Intentions (incidentally the event Saturday went very well) is that the flexibility I once had to just go off and do a road trip to cover congressional elections is pretty much gone for … Continue reading Stacy McCain on the Road Again, Hit his Tip Jar
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Are you ready to vote Tuesday? Done your research? In Louisiana we have several races of interest, most of them local issues, and I guess at the top of that for me is the Shreveport mayoral race. It’s no secret that Shreveport is in an economic decline and ranks low … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Ready for Election Day?
Tuesday I am going to do something I've not done before, vote for Charlie Baker for Governor. The 1st time he ran as a pro-abortion republican there was a 3rd party candidate that was explicitly pro-life who had a very outside chance of winning so naturally with a pro-life choice on the ballot I could … Continue reading Charlie Baker Can Thank Dean Tran for my Vote Tomorrow
The former governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney gave a perfect illustration of the difference between him and Donald Trump this weekend. The Utah GOP Senate Candidate had this to say about the press: Republican Senate candidate and former presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday defended the media "as essential to our Republic," breaking with President Trump, who has called the press … Continue reading Why Trump is President and Romney Isn’t
George Bailey: Joe, you had one of those Potter houses, didn't you? Well, have you forgotten? Have you forgotten what he charged for that broken-down shack? Here, Ed. You know, you remember last year when things weren't going so well, you couldn't make your payments. You didn't lose your house, did you? It's a Wonderful … Continue reading Donald Trump, Andrea X and Election 2018
Bring it on Andrew Breitbart Last week I wrote that For the Left November 6th 2018 is going to make November 8th 2016 Look like a Mild Disappointment Think about it. You’ve got Hollywood, the media, the Tech giants and big education behind you. You’ve got tends of millions of dollars being spent in … Continue reading Will a defeated left turn to Violence & Civil War? Only if they’re stupider than I think