Yesterday's impromptu press conference by Donald Trump was a nightmare in a half for the left. While the media will play the petulance card the reality is this. Donald Trump has a strong economy with wages rising. He's got a successful foreign policy and talked about two actual problems, the border and infrastructure. Most importantly … Continue reading Trumps Challenge: What do you Democrats Stand For?
In which I solve yet another mystery by baldilocks The latest in the Democrat Party’s lowered expectations for People of Color™: now, they don’t even have to win an election for the party to choose him/her as its representative. Stacey Abrams will deliver the response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address next … Continue reading Why Stacey Abrams Will Give the Democrats’ Response to the SOTU
I had the joyful privilege of going to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life on January 18. It's an inspiring event. It fortifies me for the pro-life work, political and otherwise, that awaits me back home. It also prepares me to move ahead in hope, even when the news dumps items like the following … Continue reading For the Children, If They Make It Out of the Womb…
by baldilocks President Trump made an offer which the Democrats rejected before the speech was even given. Democrats were hopeful that @realDonaldTrump was finally willing to re-open government & proceed with a much-needed discussion to protect the border. Unfortunately, reports make clear that his proposal is a compilation of previously rejected initiatives. https://t.co/MFwebWSevG pic.twitter.com/yMTm4iP27h— Nancy … Continue reading They Want to Make Him Pay
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?
by baldilocks I'm going to tell you a secret about this. Black female leaders and allies expressed their “deep disappointment“ with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for their “recent failure to protect“ Rep. Maxine Waters “from unwarranted attacks from the Trump administration and others in the GOP." We write … Continue reading Patrons, Serfs, and Turf
Maitre’D: ...the definition of being woke is very fluid and we have to be sure our clientage meets the current acceptable standard of wokeness at any given moment. DaTechGuy: A Dinner reservation at the Woke Arms 6.25/18 Yesterday I wrote a comedy parody piece about a Restaurant where one must prove one is woke enough … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi and David Axelrod ejected from the Woke Arms Restaurant
by baldilocks Or her. Some entertainment to look forward to; and when I say entertainment, I mean war. The White House anticipates a Democratic House will vote to impeach President Trump – but that his opponents won’t be able to muster the 67 Senate votes needed to throw him out of office. Trump advisors in … Continue reading When Your Enemy Tells You What He Will Do, Believe Him
When a politician can't change the direction of the winds, they tend to give up and flow with them. Such is the case for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi who has spent a week defending Representative John Conyers. Her days of defending him appear to be done. This should be the final straw that broke … Continue reading Pelosi turns on Conyers, calls for him to resign
On the day I promised my wife I would abandon the internet until we got home from Hampton Beach my congresswoman decided to call it quits. Having imprinted the 3rd Congressional District with the indelible mark of her family's public service, U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas will step away from Congress at the end of her … Continue reading Nikki Tsongas Out in MA 3, Thank Nancy Pelosi
Via Drudge McClatchy reports that Democrats desperate to find anything that resembles victor are finding some hope deep in a few state legislative races: In a party desperate for victories, Democratic candidates are finding the most success in little-noticed state legislative races. They’ve already won four seats previously under Republican control, some of them in … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi The Not so Foxy and the Grapes
As populist budget plans go, President Trump has delivered one that is certain to make his supporters happy and politicians terrified. For that, he deserves a great deal of kudos. When Nancy Pelosi says things like, "This budget is a really a slap in the face of the future," she clearly doesn't understand that it's … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi says Trump’s budget is a “slap in the face.” Good.
Former Congressman Bob Michel died last month just shy of his 94th birthday. Michel was elected in 1956 and represented his district in Illinois until his retirement in 1995 he became a member of the GOP leadership in 1975 and became house minority leader in 1981 until his retirement so for 20 years he was … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles: Rest in Peace Bob Who?
There are many ways that you can make a suggestion in a story and create the meme you want to make in a persons mind. A great little example of this took place in the coverage of the pro-forma vote for speaker in the new congress. First lets look at the coverage via The Hill … Continue reading The Subtle Ways of “Journalism”
A Congressman’s first duty is to get re-elected Sam Rayburn There is a lot of fuss being made concerning Nancy Pelosi's "Betrayal" of the president this weekend. The sunday shows are all abuzz concerning it and people are talking about it as a gigantic blow to the President. That many of these people saying this … Continue reading Nancy Pelosi Still Knows how to count