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08 June 2016


Russ Steele

While our local left has retreated to a dark closet wth the crickets, others are taking notice. The Diplomad has some insight on Trump vs The Judge issues HERE.

So a "wise Latina woman" . . . I see, I see. So according to the progs, people of different ethnicities reach different conclusions on the basis of the same set of facts. So, then, Trump who advocates a hardline on illegal migration, might just be right in questioning the interpretations by a judge who is here because of the sort of migration that Trump now wants to stop? Presumably, according to Sotomayor, Curiel's life experiences would lead him to be prejudice (literally) against Trump, no?

Let's go a little further. Curiel is a lifelong Democrat and owes his career to his hooks with the Democratic party. Curiel belongs to hispanic activist organizations, including the San Diego chapter of the La Raza Lawyers Association. In fact, La Raza gave a reception in Curiel's honor last month.

Conclusion: "The judge should recuse himself."

George Rebane

RussS 858am - I know why viewing this issue is difficult for progressives, and didn't expect much response from them (RR is full of such interpretations and questions that have silenced the Left), but the ones I'd really like to hear from are those who support the Republican leadership's attack on Trump calling out the judge. Is there no one here to support their case?

Todd Juvinall

Trump said far less than Soto-Mayer did and she gets praised by her libnut pals. Ryan and the rest of the critics should shut their yaps until there is a full accounting of information before they "judge" a fellow R.

Russ Steele

I think the Republican leadership lets the liberal press shame them into knee-jerk reactions. Not one of the Republican leadership has the balls to stand up to the progressives with a byline. None of the lame stream press have reported the Clinton connections to the Trump University case after the big dog law firm took over the case.

Rachael Stockman of LawNewz.com reports that Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd, the law firm behind the class action suit, has paid the Clintons $675,000 in speaking fees since 2009 alone.

“Hillary Clinton gave a $225,000 speech at the law firm as recently as September 4, 2014,” according to Stockman’s report.

“Bill Clinton also gave a speech for the same fee back in 2013, and another one in 2009 before the firm had been renamed (they used to be called Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins LLP).”

Of the five law firms that paid the Clintons for speaking engagements over the past few years, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd seems to have shelled out the most.

One of the attorneys ‘of counsel’ at the law firm, Patrick Coughlin, even maxed out his personal donations to Clinton’s presidential campaign in February.

It is in Clinton's best interest that this case continues so they can use it in political ads. The case goes to trial only a few days before the election. Coincidence? Nothing is a coincidence in Hillary's scripted world.

Jon Dozer

Todd, sorry to tell you, more Repubbers, now brave since they have a bit of cover, are coming out against Drumpf today...they are not listening to you apparently! CHAOS looks to be returning!

Todd Juvinall

Don't care Dozer, the "establishment" is running scared and that suits me just fine. Your candidate will be wearing orange pretty soon then you can vote for Joe. And lose again!

Jon Dozer

notta chance. Drumpf by 7 ha? LOL.


Hey, Dozer, can you get close enough to Pelline to get a couple of candid photos? Tying his shoes would be great.


Posted by: Gregory | 10 June 2016 at 02:43 PM

He won't want to get too close.....get caught in his gravitational envelope!

Jon Dozer

Greg, why the continual unnatural obsession about Pelline and Frisch? Are you going to be writing about them when you're 90 years old in the old folks home? Good god, never seen anything like it!

Todd Juvinall

Jon Dozer, the same could be said of you. You seem to be obsessed with me and Walt. We think you are a lot of odd.

Bill Tozer



Bill Tozer

Ideology affects Big Brother.

"My own preference would be that people get to do whatever they wish to do as long as it doesn’t harm others. But then that’s because I’m a liberal not a progressive and that’s a political argument. What we need to do is look at the economics here and work out what public policy should be from there."

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