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08 November 2019


Carlos Castaneda

,,,then why no spittle flecked rage from you progressive good government types about Newsome?

Oh that's right…..hypocrisy! Silly me!
Posted by: fish | 13 November 2019 at 11:41 AM

,,,grunion,,,I don't remember you being upset at anything Trumple, his crew of misfits, or his family has done to date

,,,so why the double standard???


Clinton was impeached for perjury in a civil action taken by a subordinate of his in Arkansas. The lie was to hide the fact that he had a subordinate polishing his pole in the Oval Orificei. Perjury is a real crime.

He also lost his ability to practice law in the aftermath, but the judge, a Clinton appointee, gave him a break by not disbarring him until after the Senate decided not to remove him from office.


Sorry Emery, what you "feel" isn't evidence.
Still, your and yours have nothing on Trump.

But let the steaming pile of Schiff keep this game up. Every hearing will expose the LIBs for what they are.


Speaking of Clinton, Hey Emery? can you tell us what the definition of "is",is?

Paul Emery

Exactly what was corrupt about the Bidens Gregory? Can you point to a specific crime?


What's your connection to Russia Emery?
Big Dope bought off SAC polititions. ( with Russian connections no less)


How many times are you going to ask that same lame question Emery?

Todd Juvinall

Biden, Joe, forced an illegal "quid pro quo" on the Ukraine Paul Emery. Where have you been? And it is illegal to use your public office to coerce a person or in this case, a country, to enrich yourself or a relative. Perhaps you need to review the California State laws in this regard.


Todd. Emery will just say it's perfectly fine on the FED level. As long as it's a Democrat.

Paul Emery

In other news today the Public News Service today reported that California has record voter Registration with 20.3 million voters. The largest Block is Democrats followed by No Party Preference followed by the poor ol' Republicans. Sad Scenario in Cal if you are a Republican. My goodness-third place.


Right on time. Emery changes the subject when cornered.
Well no shit Sherlock. That's supposed to be a surprise Buzzard of Broad St.?
It's not Commiefornia for nothing.

Paul Emery

Not cornered at all Walt. Things went very bad for the Pubbers today. they are going to have to regroup on this one. It will only get worse. Just wait till Giuliani flips and he will. Remember, Trump has no friends.


Posted by: Arlos Asstaneda | 13 November 2019 at 03:45 PM

Finally something we can agree on Arlos……that dugsKKKi is a hypocrite!

Todd Juvinall

Walt we know PE will change the subject when shown to be wrong a Democrat hack.

California is a democrat state no surprise there. All those millions of illegal aliens voting have made it that way.


From Americas Paper of Record……………….

Capitol Building To Be Decorated As Giant Circus Tent For Duration Of Impeachment Hearings

WASHINGTON, D.C.—In honor of the impeachment hearings beginning this week, the Capitol Building has been decorated to look like a giant circus tent.

As soon as congressional maintenance staff heard that the impeachment hearings were going to begin, they went into storage and got out "the Big Top," also used during the Kavanaugh hearings last year.

"We keep the Big Top on hand for certain situations," said one staff member. "Usually these big inquisition-style trials, that kind of thing. They're great entertainment. And the kids love the monkeys."

Congressional vendors will be selling peanuts, popcorn, programs, and those big foam fingers to enhance viewers' experience.

Rep. Adam Schiff was furious with the changes, saying they make a mockery out of a serious show trial.

"These are serious proceedings, and we will not have them mocked!" Schiff cried, wearing a clown nose, riding an elephant, and juggling fourteen flaming bowling pins. "The American public needs to know how super serious we are about this."

Thats a fact……kids do love monkeys……..!

Paul Emery

Can you offer some proof about the "millions" of illegal immigrants voting Todd or did you make it up?


What the hell was Emery watching? Schiff wound up looking like an idiot.
Better get those meds checked Emery. Dementia is working overtime.

George Rebane

Well here’s a sorely needed hit for the House; today they held a hearing the outcome of which pleased literally everyone involved with the impeachment circus. It’s not often that such contentious affairs wind up making both sides smile and asking for more of the same.


This part Emery?
“So, in this impeachment hearing today where we impeach presidents for treason or bribery or other high crimes, where is the impeachable offense in that call?” asked Rep. Ratcliffe of Taylor and Kent.

“Are either of you here today to assert there was an impeachable offense in that call?” added Ratcliffe.

The representative spoke to Taylor and Kent during the House Intelligence Committee’s inaugural public hearing of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump on Wednesday.

Both bureaucrats responded by saying nothing, creating a moment of deafening silence in the room.
“Shout it out. Anyone?” probed Ratcliffe during the moment of silence. "

But HEY,, You can always show the criminal activity Emery,,
Let's see the stone cold evidence of that impeachable crime.

Maybe you would like to talk about being able to smell Frisco from Vallejo when wind changes instead?




And as far as Biden's corrupt intent, the smoking gun, besides Hunter's $50k a month job in the corrupt Ukraine when Dad was running the US show is a good place to start... how about asking Ukraine to investigate the place Hunter B was "working"?

If the House can "investigate" the President for evidence of a crime they can't name... why not the son of a VP who was getting $600k a year for being... his father's son when his father was running the US sh*tshow in Ukraine?


Yes Emery,, "REAL BAD for Repubs"...
"The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump backfired on congressional Democrats Wednesday, when a star witness inadvertently made the case that Hunter Biden’s wheeling and dealing in Ukraine should be investigated.
Testifying before the House Intelligence Committee on the opening day of the inquiry, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent admitted that U.S. officials had been urging the Ukrainian government for some time to explain why an investigation into Burisma Holdings, the eastern European oil and gas company that employed Hunter Biden on its board of directors, was shut down.

“We’ve continued to press Ukrainian officials to answer for why allege corrupt prosecutors had closed [the] case,” Kent said. “We have until now got an unsatisfactory answer.”

Paul Emery

I followed your link Gregory and the article was from 2015 and it bases it's conclusions on some unnamed poll. Do you find that to be an acceptable source and worth linking to? Do you consider this to be factual information?

Reads like this:

"June 3, 2015 By Stephen Frank

As we always knew, California and American elections are filled with fraud and corruption. Thanks to a new poll, we now know that approximately 13% of illegal aliens vote. Since they are already criminals, stealing ID’s or using phony ID’s. lie to get welfare, steal jobs—why not vote as they to lose. Since they can not be deported or jailed, they have nothing to lose. Obama is protecting these law breakers."


The semi load of playdough will arrive tomorrow.
Right after all the dog schiff has been scooped up.

Those POOR snowflake LIBS on Capitol hill. losing the fight against Trump.

Don Bessee

Schiff for brains had a schiff storm land in his lap -

“It was a total disaster for us,” one senior House Democrat aide told Breitbart News.

“Too complicated,” another Democrat aide said.

“This won’t make sense to regular people,” a third Democrat aide told Breitbart News.



Bill Tozer

Sabo strikes again? Wonder if he will make it up to Northern Cal again this year to leave his talent on a Nevada City stop sign. He must be stopped.



Emery sure lacks proof of "a bad day for Repubs".
Is it "Paul Schiff" of Nevada City now?


Even the LIBS are hoping Ginsburg will croke, just to take the heat of the clown show.
Speaking of the notorious RGB,, Hear she's ill again?

Don Bessee

Now this will be fun! -



Robert Cross

squirm squirm squirm


Posted by: Roberta Cross | 13 November 2019 at 07:50 PM

squirm squirm squirm......

There are those “daddy issues” again Roberta.

Bill Tozer

New Zealand is nice this time of year, Ruthie. Lots of sheep. Even Jim Comey is thinking about moving there...probably nothing to with the fact that the IG report is getting ready to drop with criminal referrals. Boy, the Deep State is squirming like a ho in church. Kitchen is getting hot, hot, hot. Too hot.
Quick, impeach Trump. No time to waste. Hurry, hurry, hurry.

The Senate cross examination should be interesting. ACME Rents will be sending a fleet of delivery trucks.


Denver.... Frisco of the MidWest.
"Jawaid Bazyar is fighting a decision by the City of Denver to fine his business for refusing to clean poop from an adjacent alley.
The local internet service provider CEO is taking the city to court after being fined for not cleaning up the leavings of the local homeless population from his property. “If the city’s not going to enforce laws against trespassing, or camping, or public defecation and just make me bear the cost of these problems, that’s just not right,” Bazyar told CBS Denver.

“There’s food, trash, drug deals,” Bazyar said. “In the alley, we get the defecation, drug needles.” Bazyar is concerned about the health and safety of both him and his employees. “It’s a bio-hazard. It could be infectious. I didn’t hire these people to clean poop off the ground. I can’t, as an employer, just say, ‘Go and clean up the feces,’” he explained."

Bill Tozer

“Your mutual misunderstandings make me squirm. It’s like watching a dragonlet flame his own tail.”
― Sarah K.L. Wilson


" ACME Rents will be sending a fleet of delivery trucks."
From the "manufactured evidence div."?

Bill Tozer

The Democrats’ impeachment farce is intended to smear President Trump, in part because that party’s leaders know they don’t have a decent candidate to run against him next year. This is why Congressional Republicans prominently displayed a quote from Rep. Al Green at today’s sham hearing:

“I’m concerned if we don’t impeach this President, he will get re-elected.” Unimpeachable logic.


Read more if thou doth desire. Media Bias is not in your head.


Don Bessee

Those mutha mullahs think we are stupid, gotcha! -

"The agency has detected natural uranium particles of anthropogenic origin at a location in Iran not declared to the agency," the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN's nuclear watchdog, said in a confidential report published Monday, according to AFP.

The particles had been mined and had undergone initial processing, but not enriched, AFP reported.
The report did not name the facility that had been producing the particles, the BBC and AFP reported. However, anonymous diplomatic sources told AFP that the samples had been taken from a facility in Tehran's southwest Turquzabad district.

Iran has previously claimed that the Turquzabad site is a carpet cleaning factory that has no other purpose.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has repeatedly warned about Iran's undeclared nuclear archives, told the UN last year that the Turquzabad site contained "a secret atomic warehouse for storing massive amounts of equipment and material from Iran's secret nuclear weapons program."



Don Bessee




Bill Tozer

Aha. Just as predicted. Schifflips publically changing his strategy....well, at least showing the next card which always been the strategy. Kavanaugh hearing, deja vu. If it bombs, move on to Plan B and then Plan C. Get that asterisk in the record books by Kavanaugh’s name....er.....by Trump’s name. Claim a moral victory for Truth, Justice, and the American Way.

“In making the case for alleged “bribery” by Trump, Schiff first argued for the Constitution’s “broader” definition of the term.

“Bribery, first of all, as the founders understood bribery, it was not as we understand it in law today. It was much broader,” he said, as reported by NPR. “It connoted the breach of the public trust in a way where you’re offering official acts for some personal or political reason, not in the nation’s interest.”

“All the Democrats need to do to make the case for bribery, Schiff claimed, is to show that Trump was “soliciting something of value,” a broad definition indeed. Multiple witnesses who have spoken with the committee behind closed doors, Schiff told NPR’s Steve Inskeep, have presented evidence that Trump was trying to “solicit something of value.”

That Trump failed to do so, Schiff maintained, is beside the point. Trump’s request for Ukraine to “look into” the corruption allegations agains the Bidens, the subsequent actions of officials working on Trump’s behalf to try to make sure the investigation was conducted, and the temporary withholding of $391 in U.S. military aide is enough to impeach the president, he suggested.“

That the military aide was given to Ukraine without the country ever conducting an investigation into the Bidens is neither here nor there, Schiff argued.

“I mean, when you consider the serious terms of whether the president has committed an impeachable offense, the fact that the scheme was discovered, the fact that the scheme was unsuccessful, doesn’t make it any less odious or any less impeachable,” said the Democratic congressman. “If the president solicited for help in the U.S. election, if the president conditioned official acts on the performance of these political favors, whether Ukraine ever had to go through with it really doesn’t matter. What matters is: Did the president attempt to commit acts that ought to result in his removal from office?”

While Schiff acknowledged that it was unlikely that the Senate would impeach Trump, as it requires a two-thirds majority vote, he defended the House Democrats’ resolve to see the process through. Impeachment, he argued, is “the most powerful sanction the House has,” and if it “deters further presidential misconduct, then it may provide some remedy even in the absence of a conviction in the Senate.”


Memo to Punchy. Try to keep up. It is soooo yesterday to even utter “quid pro quo.” Where have you been? Didn’t you get the memo? You must be too busy producing the matinee puppet show for the children.

Bill Tozer

Oh, I love cat fights and happy endings.



punchy 618pm

"I followed your link Gregory and the article was from 2015 and it bases it's conclusions on some unnamed poll."

Punch, it names the poll and links to it. You go back and read it again, with all your powers focused on what the words say. You can do it, Paolo.

"Do you find that to be an acceptable source and worth linking to? Do you consider this to be factual information"

I think it's attempting to be factual. Why do you not, besides your natural proclivity to not believe that illegal aliens *might* be voting, and would own up to it in a poll?

Don Bessee

Schiff for brains even lost the Clinton news network today! -

Following the hearing, CNN Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin suggested that the vocal observation from Trump's defenders was "legitimate."

"The one criticism of these two witnesses, which I think is very much legitimate -- it's not really a criticism, it's a factual statement, is that neither of them had direct contact with the president," Toobin said.

"Ever," CNN anchor Jake Tapper stressed.

"Ever," Toobin responded. "And, that's a problem if you're going to impeach the president."



Bill Tozer

Another cat fight! Boy, she really hit a nerve.


To which the Enemy of the Truth replied


Now, everybody in unison sing the praises


How here’s a gushing gusher


Oh, that last one sent a tingle up my leg!!

Paul Emery

The poll you refer to is a vanity poll Gregory and has no credibility. People hire polling organizations to get the result they want. I'm amazed that you give them any credence since you disregard the results of the established polls used in the RCP consensus. You crack me up.

Heres a link to the "poll" you refer to:


Don Bessee

The pony tail of ignorance is whistling by the graveyard ignoring how badly it went for him and schiff for brains today!



Now Punch, either it named and linked the poll, or it didn't... are you now saying it did name the poll and disclosed the results... but you just don't like it?

Funny guy, just can't make up his mind.

So, you think the number of illegal aliens registered to vote, who broke the law to come here, is Zero?

Don Bessee

More failed narratives -



Paul Emery

If you would have read my post you would have learned that I did list the poll and that it was a vanity poll and has no credibility. Who knows what the number is Gregory but it is not the millions that Todd claims. There is no credible information that it had any effect in elections. If so, show me.


Posted by: Paul Emery | 14 November 2019 at 07:49 AM

There is no credible information that it had any effect in elections. If so, show me.

Yeah Gregory……show him……like he did with the Russian interference……that errr…..was never shown ….to have….caused…err…umm... anything….but that he caterwauled about for two years like a whiny teenaged girl.

Carlos Castaneda

,,,Trump's love interest in Turkey trots out propaganda video to show Trumple how bad the Kurds are,,,



Gregory.. Your dealing with an idiot. Emery still thinks 1 Right leaning mass shooter outweighs 12 LIB mass shooters.


punchy 618pm
"I followed your link Gregory and the article was from 2015 and it bases it's conclusions on some unnamed poll."

punchy 749am
"If you would have read my post you would have learned that I did list the poll and that it was a vanity poll and has no credibility."

Funny guy. Flailing. Sad.

Carlos Castaneda

,,,Why all the hanky waving over Po Ol Polls??? What difference do polls make???

Here is a study that is sure to get the Roundtable to "rise'',,,


Carlos Castaneda

,,,Erdogan,,,an equal opportunity "ally''


Carlos Castaneda

,,,catchy name,,,Molar City, Mexico


Todd Juvinall

RCP today

Biden +5.2

George Rebane

What’s a vanity poll?


Posted by: Arlos Asstaneda | 14 November 2019 at 08:23 AM

,,,Trump's love interest in Turkey….or…..,,,Trump's love interest in Russia….or ,,,Trump's love interest in Ukraine……

So much interest in unrequited homosexual affection in your posts dugsKKKi…….something you trying to get off your chest….or "come out of the closet" if you prefer?


Posted by: Arlos Asstaneda | 14 November 2019 at 08:48 AM

,,,catchy name,,,Molar City, Mexico

Are you planning on moving dugsKKKi…….? I think you'd like it there!



gr 857am

A vanity poll is apparently a privately commissioned poll that has a result Paul doesn't want to consider.


"Biden +5.2"

He's such an absurd man that I'm liking the idea.

This could be the official portrait. Biden and Taxpayer.


Todd Juvinall

The semocrats are pouring money into the Alabama Senate race. And now we see Jedd Sessions joining te fray. The dems have given 30 Million bucks to Jones to try and keep the seat he got when he defeated Roy Moore. It is the moxt raised nationwide for all Senate taces.


Paul Emery


It's like a vanity press where you pay to get your book published. You can hire a vanity poll to get any results you want. They abide by the wishes of their purchaser.


What? The resident LIBs are trying to bring up anything other than then the dumpster fire full of LIB Depends from yesterday.
The Adam Schitt show should be even better tomorrow.


Like I said, it's a poll that isn't in the RCP osterizer that has a result that Paul doesn't like.

Punchy doesn't have any evidence that the pollster in this case has ever lied... it's just dismissable without thought... because it's a "vanity poll" and one number among many was 13 percent non-citizen voting.

IF there are 20 million illegals, that would be 2.6 million illegal voters as an estimate. If the polling org got it wrong and it was instead just one percent, it would be 200,000 illegal voters. My sense is it's probably somewhere inbetween.


Posted by: scenes | 14 November 2019 at 09:25 AM

Even in an innocent photo he's gafftacular! There are days I almost feel sorry for the guy!

George Rebane

PaulE, then who would ever believe the results of a vanity poll that is published for public consumption? It seems that the vanity pollsters real utility is for private clients who want the (confidential) truth for their own planning purposes.


And IPCC science is vanity science.


DAMN Emery,, your the Progressive news dud here,,, show us that
"Brick by brick pile of evidence" LIB news says was piling up.

That "Watergate 2.0" didn't work out as planned. Trump was never supposed to release the phone conversation. DAMN! Trump didn't erase that "tape".(just moved to a secure storage) Pajama Boy dickblower was supposed to be your anonymous "deepthroat" with all the dirt, and knows where the body is buried.

Nope Trump didn't play by the rules.

But some fun for LIBS from yesterday.
Now you know why Adam Schiff's eyes were so BIG.

Bill Tozer

I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the New York Times

“By now, you've already heard about the maladroit attempt to suppress the fact that Senator Elizabeth Warren lies about her personal backstory.

These are some of the worst examples. But nearly every day, the steady paper subtly tries to save the Times from itself. For example, we nearly published a two-star review of Lin Manuel Miranda's rather mediocre Hamilton.

Don't get me wrong. There have been bright spots in the last few years. Ken Vogel's coverage of Hunter Biden's corruption has been top notch. But even these journalistic triumphs have come with a cost. Vogel was almost featured in a New York Times Magazine cover story on Journalists Enabling Trumpism.

We hope that the Times will rediscover its mission of performing excellent and fearless journalism after the Trump presidency ends in 2025. Until then, please know that there are still editors and reporters at the old gray lady who put paper first.”



"Temperatures in several major cities fell this week to lows not seen since the Taft Administration, shattering dozens of records as a bone-chilling cold front swept through the eastern half of the United States. As a punishing wave of January-esque Arctic air brought dangerously cold conditions, some cities had low-temperature records that hadn't plunged that low in more than 100 years."

It really is just weather. Honest.

Bill Tozer

Bless her little heart.

“. . . We also need to move quite quickly because we’re talking about the potential compromise of the 2020 elections,” Ocasio-Cortez ended. “And so this is not just about something that has occurred; this is about preventing a potentially disastrous outcome from occurring next year.”

The Washington Post reported Thursday that Senate Republicans are considering dragging out any impeachment trial to force senators running for the Democratic presidential nomination to be on Capitol Hill instead of on the campaign trail.

“Pete Buttigieg and Joe Biden might like that,” Senator John Cornyn (R., Texas) said of the potential plan.

‘Groundhog Day the cue card’


walt 833am

"Gregory.. Your (sic) dealing with an idiot."

Walt, while Punch does seem to be less than average in the IQ department at times, one must consider he's just punching up for dear life much of the time. Take the punch if you think a soft spot is undefended. Deal with the aftermath later... and another punch in an entirely different direction may derail the conversation enough to render it moot.

Paul Emery

Yes Gregory

"Float like a butterfly sting like a bee."

You and the other Circle of Jerks are boring to spar with. Predictable and easy to anger which makes you and the others defenseless.


Posted by: Paul Emery | 14 November 2019 at 12:27 PM

You and the other Circle of Jerks are boring to spar with.

……and yet here you are every day..…playing the rhetorical punching bag.


Carlos Castaneda

,,,Erdogan throws Trumple's "don't be a tough guy" letter back in his face,,,

Trumple,,, International laughing stock!!! Lets real and wannabe autocrats piss on him,,,as long as he can build hotels in their countries...



Posted by: Carlos Asstaneda AKA M for Meshugga | 14 November 2019 at 01:06 PM

Maybe you should floss more……..

Bill Tozer

Good song for our unhinged friends...and dangerous foes


Bill Tozer

Nevada City blues. Must be a cultural thing.


Bill Tozer

Breaking the wrong ground. Turnabout is fair play, what’s good for the goose is good for the gander. Remember Harry Reid’s short sighted ‘Nuclear Option’?

On the use of impeachment as an election strategy

“Second, it further appears that a president cannot even confirm a cabinet unless he or she has a partisan majority in the Senate. Democrats established this precedent by voting in unison against President Trump’s cabinet nominees, with the exception of Secretary of Defense Mattis, who won a near-unanimous vote. Democrats in the Senate voted almost unanimously against Jeff Sessions (Attorney General), Mike Pompeo (Director of Central Intelligence), Rex Tillerson (Secretary of State), Betsy DeVos (Education), Steven Mnuchin (Treasury), Mike Mulvaney (Office of Management and Budget), and Scott Pruitt (Environmental Protection Agency). William Barr was subsequently confirmed as Attorney General in 2019 by a vote of 54 to 45, with but four Democrats voting in his favor. If Republicans did not have a majority, they would not have been able to confirm any of President Trump’s nominations (with the exception of Gen. Mattis).

What do Democrats think is going to happen when they elect a president, but fail to carry a majority in the Senate? Republicans will undoubtedly behave in that situation just as Democrats have acted in relation to President Trump: they will veto his cabinet nominations, or delay them indefinitely to keep the incumbent president from forming a working government. That, after all, is what Democrats hoped to do to President Trump—and they are still doing it. Turnabout is fair play, and in politics is often necessary to deter adversaries from “upping the ante” by adopting more extreme tactics of attack. Looking ahead, there is little chance, for example, that Republicans will vote in the future to confirm a Democratic nominee for Attorney General, just as Democrats tried to block Sessions and Barr (and John Ashcroft and Alberto Gonzales before them). By contrast, Eric Holder, President Obama’s nominee for Attorney General, and a highly partisan figure, was confirmed by a comfortable bi-partisan vote.

It is unlikely that Republicans will be quite so generous in regard to future nominations for Attorney General, in view of the manner in which Democrats treated Sessions and Barr. That will be the case also in regard to other sensitive policymaking positions—such as the head of the epa or director of the cia. In this way the United States is moving toward a bastardized form of parliamentary government, in that the President must have a majority in the Senate to conduct the business of government and the other party is no longer the opposition party (putting forth alternative policies) but is rather the “obstructionist” party.”..............................

“Fifth, and finally, Democrats have now turned impeachment into a partisan electoral strategy which, if successful, will establish a precedent for future investigations to come. This is the kind of stratagem that is bound to come back to haunt Democrats whenever they elect a president and do not have a majority in the House of Representatives. What is to stop Republicans from impeaching an incumbent Democrat on a partisan vote in the hope that it will strengthen the hand of the Republican candidate in a forthcoming election? This is, in effect, what Democrats are proposing to do today. Democrats assume Republicans would never do such a thing. They are wrong. Impeachment, far from being rare, is about to become a commonplace event as an instrument of campaign strategy and partisan warfare. Every president going forward, when facing a hostile Congress, will face the threat of impeachment, since Democrats are proving today that it is not difficult to concoct a case if there is a determination to find one. In that situation, Americans might as well forget about Washington as a place where important problems are addressed on behalf of the public.“

Money Quote:

“The U.S. political system is heading at breakneck speed toward some kind of crisis in which partisan warfare overwhelms the capacity of the president and congress to address national problems, as they once used to do in an era of greater national consensus. Judicial and cabinet appointments, the budget, international interests, and now impeachment have been turned into occasions for party warfare. It appears that today the two parties represent different countries, rather than different coalitions of Americans, and thus must negotiate with one another as heads of state negotiate with adversary nations.”


Bill Tozer

Joe Biden can’t get no respect.



Carlos Castaneda

,,,Poor Grunion,,,he would not vote for Trumple,,,but developed a strong man crush on the fat man anyway

now he sees the folly of his obsessive attraction with the Orange Man but cannot admit the error of his ways...


Bill Tozer

Great read, IMHO. Turnabout is fair play....sadly.


J’s lavender Bunbun

,,,Poor Grunion,,,he would not vote for Trumple,,,but developed a strong man crush on the fat man Jeffried anyway


Poor Emery. Not much of a "sparring partner" when all you do is rabbit punch, then run to the corner and hide under the towel.
HELL.. You can't even land a sucker punch.
"Anger" us you say? Your the laughing stock of the blog!
So you think "highly" of yourself.(naa,, just high) That's OK... No one else does.

Carlos Castaneda

,,,Yes J's lavender Bunbun,,,it is interesting how grunion professes to loathe Jeffried yet clings to Orange fat Man like a ,,,well,,, a clinger


Posted by: Carlos Asstaneda | 14 November 2019 at 03:07 PM

Bitter no less…….

Bill Tozer

Student govt. at Harvard votes to condemn student newspaper for asking ICE for a comment

On Sunday, the Harvard student government voted to condemn the school's daily student newspaper, The Harvard Crimson, after the newspaper asked the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for a comment about an anti-ICE protest in September on the school campus.

The story: Over 900 people and several student groups like the Harvard College Democrats have signed a petition calling for the newspaper to "apologize for the harm they inflicted on the undocumented community," "stop calling ICE," and "declare their commitment to protecting undocumented students on campus."

“In this political climate, a request for comment is virtually the same as tipping them off, regardless of how they are contacted,” the petition stated. On Sept. 12, students gathered for a protest organized by the student group Act on a Dream in Harvard Yard to call for the termination of ICE, according to Fox News.

After the event, the Harvard Crimson requested a comment from ICE about the protest for an upcoming story. The newspaper defended its decision to seek comment from ICE, saying in a note to readers that it follows “a commonly accepted set of journalistic standards.”


Hmm. .....it follows “a commonly accepted set of journalistic standards.” Oh, that was then, this is now. Have you seen the journalistic standards lately?

Don Bessee

When the narrative fails just flip the script! -



Carlos Castaneda

Posted by: Don Bessee | 14 November 2019 at 04:12 PM

Thanks for the Bright Brat slant on things...

I guess you missed George's admonition to you to try to find actual news sources...


Yet you have nothing El Gordo.
Now back to liar LIB news and produce some real evidence against Trump. Opinion is not evidence.

George Rebane

CarlosC 420pm - You’d get a lot more traction with such comments if you or yours would just document a couple of errors or ‘fake news’ items that outlets you don’t like put out.

Don Bessee

Well that's not going the way they planned -




Gotta hand it to El Gordo.. Impersonating a dead guy. Joining him soon?


OK Emery!! Now your chance to run Nevada City!! You claim to know better than all of us,, PROVE IT!!
"Nevada City Mayor Reinette Senum will face possible sanction or removal during the next council meeting, Dec. 10, after council member Erin Minett brought the motion forward and the council approved discussion of possible censure.

Minett said she is concerned, and received similar complaints from constituents, about the mayor “not clarifying that the opinion she expressed regarding multiple city matters are her own and that she was not speaking on behalf of the city or the City Council.” "

Speak up Capt Crickets....

Don Bessee

We don't need no stinkin' rules say the jihadi congressional delegation -

But Tlaib's campaign committee, Rashida Tlaib for Congress, allegedly "reported campaign disbursements that may not be legitimate and verifiable campaign expenditures attributable to bona fide campaign or political purposes," according to a release from OCE that unanimously recommended the Ethics Committee investigate Tlaib.

If Tlaib "converted campaign funds from Rashida Tlaib for Congress to personal use, or if Tlaib’s campaign committee expended funds that were not attributable to bona fide campaign or political purposes, then Tlaib may have violated House rules, standards of conduct, and federal law," the OCE continued.

"The Board recommends that the Committee further review the above allegation concerning Rep. Tlaib because there is substantial reason to believe that Rep. Tlaib converted campaign funds from Rashida Tlaib for Congress to personal use or Rep. Tlaib’s campaign committee expended funds that were not attributable to bona fide campaign or political purposes," it said.




WOW... "Glass jaw" Emery ran for the exit.
And Carlos the corps must be smelling up a room somewhere.

Nope, you clowns have nothing on Trump

Don Bessee

Ouch even the washpo hates it -

"The author claimed to be part of a group fighting for America’s democratic while 'thwarting Mr. Trump's more misguided impulses,' but readers did not learn what sort of work the anonymous writer did or what, if anything, had been thwarted," Lozada wrote of the op-ed. "However accurate and sobering such characterizations may be, they all belong in a folder labeled Stuff We Already Know. Unfortunately, much of 'A Warning' reads like a longer version of the op-ed, purposely vague and avoiding big revelations in order to preserve the author’s anonymity."

Lozada said he would stop short of calling the author "cowardly" for holding onto anonymity despite the numerous civil servants set to testify as part of the ongoing impeachment inquiry. Still, he labeled the anti-Trump White House official "self-defeating."



Don Bessee

The chi coms are feeling the heat! -



Bill Tozer

For every action there is an equal reaction.

“October Gun Sales Jump 10 Percent, Continuing Recent Rise”
Americans buying more guns as Democrats propose confiscation


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