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13 February 2020



Posted by: Bill Tozer | 15 February 2020 at 05:58 PM

,,,🤓Donny Boy✔️ aka Jane's Nerd...thanks for the high honor again...I try to imitate Trump...I am glad you approve...

We're you talking about the J-20??? They gave up on Rooskie and went with Yankee ingenuity...



Low rent room in Dougy's head. No brains for comprehension.
GOV. statistics Capt. clueless.
People got busy in Trump's first month.
Yet you want to return to the days of poverty.
Now go smoke your dope.

Bill Tozer


“This chart, from Gallup as reported by Bloomberg, shows as clearly as anything what a mountain the Democrats have to climb to win the presidency in November. The Democrats are selling pessimism, but the American people aren’t buying it. And young people, minorities and the less well-educated especially aren’t buying it: Democrats bring up the rear, but even they have a hard time manifesting their party’s negativism. Probably nothing helps

Democrats bring up the rear, but even they have a hard time manifesting their party’s negativism. Probably nothing helps Trump’s re-election bid as much as the pervasive expectation that if we don’t make a change, things will continue getting better.“


Don Bessee

Creepy grampa joe is bleeding out -

Former Vice President Joe Biden was grilled Friday about the Obama administration’s record of detaining migrant children in what some lawmakers and activists have described as “cages” -- with the 2020 hopeful claiming the government did it to keep them “safe.”

Biden, who served as VP for both of then-President Barack Obama’s terms, has cited his experience as a reason he should be the Democratic nominee. But with the Democratic Party shifting to the left on matters related to immigration in recent years, he has faced increased scrutiny about the administration’s policies from those claiming they were cruel.


In an interview Friday posted on Facebook, Univision journalist Jorge Ramos took issue with a claim that Biden made in September in a debate in Houston that the Obama administration never put migrant children in cages -- in contrast to the Trump administration.



Don Bessee

Obama didn't build that and didn't give a shit about fraud -

President Trump’s new executive order on welfare reform has laid the groundwork to get more Americans back to work while protecting and strengthening the safety net for the truly needy. Federal agencies must take advantage of this opportunity to roll back harmful Obama-era policies that have trapped families in dependency and cost taxpayers billions.

Right now, America combines near-record-low unemployment with near-record-high welfare dependency — the result of state-level eligibility exemptions, federal loopholes and policies that put work on the back burner. Many of these policies created incentives for able-bodied adults to sit on the sidelines — even though there is good, well-paying work to be done. The resulting safety net isn’t a safety net at all — it has entrapped able-bodied adults in dependency and threatened resources for the truly needy.

But welfare reform can change that. And the Trump administration has just given agency leaders a road map to do so.

The executive order, signed Tuesday afternoon, lays out principles to encourage economic mobility through work — a tactic that we’ve seen succeed in states across the nation. It calls for a strengthened work requirement for able-bodied adults, building off the requirement established in the 1996 bipartisan welfare reform that requires able-bodied adults on food stamps to work, train or volunteer for at least 20 hours per week.

Despite evidence that work requirements work — cutting time spent on welfare in half, doubling incomes and moving adults into over 600 diverse industries — the Obama administration approved waivers for those requirements in most states, citing high unemployment and severe job shortages.
What happened when states no longer required able-bodied adults to work to receive benefits? Predictably, the number of able-bodied adults on food stamps skyrocketed, more than tripling since 2000, while the cost to taxpayers went up fivefold.

Even though unemployment has since rebounded to near-record lows and more than 6 million jobs are open nationwide, these Obama-era waivers are still in place and many states continue to operate expanded welfare rolls under them.

Federal agencies should follow the White House’s guidance to change that by declining to renew these waivers and strengthening the work requirement for able-bodied adults, returning the food-stamp program to the law’s original bipartisan intent and rolling back the unsustainable spike in welfare recipients.

Based on the experience of states that reinstated work requirements, this common-sense reform would move millions of able-bodied adults from welfare to work while saving taxpayers billions — ensuring the safety net is in place for those who truly need it.

The good news doesn’t end there. Because the executive order spans multiple programs — including Medicaid and food stamps, among others — agency leaders have the opportunity to bring much-needed change to all welfare programs. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services must continue to approve states’ waiver requests to implement work requirements for able-bodied adults in Medicaid, as more and more states follow the example set by Arkansas, Indiana and Kentucky. Agencies should look to eliminate loopholes that allow automatic enrollment into welfare programs without asset tests or other tests of need, and should look to implement anti-fraud initiatives to crack down on welfare fraud and preserve limited resources for the truly needy.

The Trump administration hasn’t been shy about its desire for welfare reform — and rightly so, given out-of-control enrollment and spending that has resulted in a massive dependency crisis. This executive order provides a pathway to a welfare system that protects the needy without trapping the unwary.

History and experience tell us that if federal and state agencies follow through on the reform principles the president has laid out, we can protect the safety net for the needy while filling millions of open jobs and creating billions of dollars in federal and state budget savings.

That would be a good day’s work.




How long before Nevada City’s oldest and wrinkeliest teenaged girl breathlessly arrives with this.....?

Vermont's Republican governor refuses to support Trump's re-election, endorses challenger

“Guys.....didja see this!?!? Guys! GUYS......LOOK OVER HERE!!

C’mon ......! Guys!”



Good Lord Mr. Fish. The Vermont Governor? It's the beginning of the beginning of the beginning of the end for the Trumplers and the pubbers and the circle nazi jerks! Oh man.

No real punch line, but this makes for some amusing background music. It takes a couple of minutes to hit the stride of the whole piece.


Kind of the Alex Jones of the Left sort of like comparing Democraticunderground to Stormfront. Everybody has their share of crazies when they represent 1/2 the population.


Posted by: scenes | 16 February 2020 at 08:23 AM

Before Trump so many on the "progressive" side of the ledger could at least maintain the appearance that they were sane.

No longer!

Trump....is there nothing he can't do?


I'm not sure what's going to slow him down more.......his past.....or potentially having Hillary as a running mate?!

#HIMTOO? Mike Bloomberg has been battling women’s allegations of sexist, profane comments for years.

Exit quote: “Garrison alleged that Bloomberg berated female employees who got pregnant. ‘What the hell did you do a thing like that for?’ Bloomberg allegedly told one pregnant employee. On another occasion, the lawsuit said, Bloomberg berated a female employee who had trouble finding a nanny. ‘It’s a f—— baby! . . . All you need is some black who doesn’t have to speak English to rescue it from a burning building.’”


● Michael Bloomberg suggests doubts about #MeToo movement and allegations against Charlie Rose.

● Bloomberg’s sexist remarks fostered company culture that degraded women, lawsuits allege.

● Michael Bloomberg’s long history of sexism.

Related: ‘Cokehead, Womanizing, Fag:’ Michael Bloomberg’s Book of ‘Wisdom’ Resurfaces.

Please Wokesters....turn out en masse for Bloomary! For the yucks....and the hypocrisy!



Posted by: fish | 16 February 2020 at 08:54 AM

Sounds like Oosik will be voting for Bloomburger,,,he so much like Trump and so much richer!!!


Posted by: odlaw | 16 February 2020 at 09:05 AM

Nahh.....I’m a Californian.....I can sit back enjoy the weather and do nothing!


Posted by: Walt | 15 February 2020 at 06:15 PM

Here you go Walrus...you poor brainwashed soul...I guess the good news for you is that the number of SNAP recipients is not increasing under Agent Orange Rind...



Posted by: odlaw | 16 February 2020 at 09:09 AM

I guess the good news for you is that the number of SNAP recipients is not increasing

Put dugsKKKi down as being in favor of more poor people.


Good job Dougy, you just posted positive news for Trump.
Never mind the record number of same when your boy "O" was running the show.

Yup, something only Trump can pull off.
"President Trump is set to rev up NASCAR’s Daytona 500 on Sunday with a lap around the famed oval track in the armored presidential limo, dubbed “The Beast,” a first for any U.S. president, Fox News has confirmed."

Bill Tozer

I just sent a very nice donation.

Samantha Bee Attacks Conservative ‘Prager U’ In Six Min Segment. It Completely


,,,Po Lil Putin...doesn’t like pussy rioters...I guess like Trump he also likes to grab the pussy...

...hey the good news...they will be in Berzerkley soon!!!



Posted by: Walt | 16 February 2020 at 09:26 AM

,,,Walrus is still a believer...good for you...I don’t think I heard you cheering when SNAP recipient numbers declined during Obama’s term...???

it is called the economic recovery stupid...been going on for over a decade...

Exit question::: what caused the economic downturn and recession and necessitated the bailouts after 2007-08 - - - runaway capitalism or runaway socialism???


Posted by: Walt | 16 February 2020 at 09:26 AM

Wow Walrus,,,just Wow!!!

Trump and the Beast make Daytona!!! The first time ever!!! Wow!!!

That is almost like putting a man on the moon!!!


Exit question::: what caused the economic downturn and recession and necessitated the bailouts after 2007-08 - - - runaway capitalism or runaway socialism???

The willingness to accept excessive risk knowing that Barack Obama (or some other yahoo) would cave and bless a Bail Out of financial institutions that should have been allowed to fail. An implicit backstop of Wall Street stupidity if you will!

Barry didn't "Save Capitalism", indeed there is nothing Capitalistic about Bail Outs, he merely deferred a greater collapse!

When......ugh....I wish I knew! I'm surprised that it's gone on this long!


Still living rent free inside your head Dougy,, you should be paying me just to show up. (what a shithole it is in here)

Cross Top

in the 'goombahs r us' category - 1,100 former DOJ officials say AG Barr should resign for interfering in the Roger Stone sentencing. "“It is unheard of for the Department’s top leaders to overrule line prosecutors, who are following established policies, in order to give preferential treatment to a close associate of the President.....Governments that use the enormous power of law enforcement to punish their enemies and reward their allies are not constitutional republics; they are autocracies,”

Only in trumplandia were the rule of law is an inconvenient obstacle to the trumpler oligarchy. Why not just make him president for life and get it over with?


"cross top"? ,, "jon" is back.
Who gives a shit what "former" LIB boot lickers have to say?

George Rebane

re AG Barr - I wonder if our rabid TDS sufferers have considered any conceivable reason why an accomplished lawyer and former AG with an impeccable reputation like Barr would be a toady to Trump - money? women? drugs? prestige? a night in the Lincoln bedroom? stock tips? ...


Far from the "yes man" and faithful stooge Eric the withHolder was for "O".


Posted by: George Rebane | 16 February 2020 at 11:15 AM

,,,We will see if Barr '''inexplicably''' leaves his post to ''' spend more time with his family'''

Barr carries water for Trump...Holder carried water for Obama...


No Dougy, he wore knee pads.


Roger Stone? Can you say "malicious prosecution"?

Yet the dirty McCabe walks.
That's LIB justice for you.


Posted by: CrossBert | 16 February 2020 at 11:00 AM

"The high in Northern California will be in the low 70's with a 20% chance of precipitation closer to the Oregon border....in other news.....a local Nevada City woman whines about something else government related.

We'll be back after these messages.......".


Canadian Feminism.....helping keep the lesbian dating pool full since the 50's.

Funding for women's group under review after call for ban on man-woman relationships

Straight (No pun intended) from Central Casting......



Shoulda put an 01 on the side of the Beast.

Todd Juvinall

George Rebane | 16 February 2020 at 11:15 AM
The left wingnuts say AG Barr and Trump are Russian assets along with Tulsi. Allegiance to Lenin.

Of course, the real trojan horse and the Manchurian candidate is Bernie. They are trying to divert attention from Commisaar Schiff and the rest.

Todd Juvinall

Just watched Trump say "gentlemen start your engines" at the Daytona 500. I bet the pajama boys in their momma's basements will be shredding the airwaves with that misogynist opening statement. Proving once again Trump hates women and demeans them. LOL!

George Rebane

Barr needs to carry water for no one. Holder was a nobody before, and is now after he got done with Obama's coattails. He just finished another Democrat disaster as mayor of Chicago. Still would like to know the liberal logic of why Barr needs to carry water for Trump or anybody - just sayin' it's so, don't make it so.

Todd Juvinall

Russian assets. Same camp of beliefs. That is the lefty mantra, Simple as that.

George Rebane

ToddJ 1237pm - Again, do they provide any evidence, or is it another one of their empty allegations devoured by the lamestream?


Posted by: George Rebane | 16 February 2020 at 12:35 PM

Why did Trump dump Sessions...because he would not carry Trump's Camelback...

Why did he select Barr???...because he would not recuse himself???

Don Bessee

Comrade deblasio and his sjw mob give you too many of these to document -

A New York City man who’s now been arrested 139 times thanked Democrats for guaranteeing his immediate release despite repeatedly swiping hundreds of dollars from unsuspecting subway commuters since the state’s new bail reform law went into effect Jan. 1.

“Bail reform, it’s lit!” Barry yelled to reporters Thursday outside the NYPD Transit District 1 headquarters in the Columbus Circle station before officers transported him to Manhattan Central Booking. “It’s the Democrats! The Democrats know me and the Republicans fear me. You can’t touch me! I can’t be stopped!”




re: Barr

I rather like it when the Head of DOJ has some tension with the GEOTUS. My preferred result is that more and more stuff is declassified and simply put out on the table. Voters can make a decision.

The real evil of the Obama hold-backs wasn't that they spied on the new President, but they were using the near-infinite power of the Justice Department to go after his allies. This BS 'impeachment' was another example. More information for everybody is good, armed federal agents at your door is not so good.

Whether it's Ruby Ridge, Antifa, or Roger Stone's arrest, the same institutional thumbprint is visible. Currently it's allied with the Democrats but that's no guarantee of Republican purity.


"Funding for women's group under review after call for ban on man-woman relationships"

Good article, but it's hard to care what crazy people think. The real question is why they got a .gov subsidy to begin with, they're welcome to publish any old dreck that they like.

Sweet. There is nothing the Orange Man can't do.


The beast needed a #45 on the door. Official desinater,, "NASCAR1"


Oh jeez, Biden just can't catch a break. Even the famous 'Talcum X' isn't feeling the love.


Bill Tozer


1,100 former DOJ say they agree with 9 years in prison is a fair sentence for Stone. Ok, 1,100 former prosecutors said their superiors and those who are charged with oversight must not dare ever ever to question their decisions ever ever. 1,1000 former DOJ officials say their decisions are above reproach, never wrong, and the benefit of the doubt goes to the Government, never the defendant. 1,1000 former DOJ officials say they run the show, not the one who runs the DOJ.

1,1000 former DOJ officials is the same number who said Trump should be impeached or something like that about 6 months ago, another roflmao. Man, I forget what it was, but is was 1,100 former DOJ prosecutors agreed with The Huff-n-Puff post. Maybe Trump it was Trump is crazy.

And Barr should recuse himself from/for exactly what? Investigating Russian-DNC-HRC-Rouge Deep State-Administrative State-Swamp Creatures role in our 2016 elections? All Barr is doing is going “beyond the four corners of the Mueller Report,” as Shiffilis would say.

A posted here predicted about 6 weeks ago that they would be coming after Barr with a vengeance, attacking him with hate and every lame boomerang and lame legal theory they have at their disposal. That Poster is being proven correct....again. Like shooting fish in a barrel.


"1,100 former DOJ say they agree with 9 years in prison is a fair sentence for Stone."

I wonder to what degree the feeling comes from jailing a Trump ally vs simply their innate need to throw people in a hole and throw away the key.

My gut feeling is that there are a boatload of people in the federal prison system that simply don't deserve those sentences. Dig into Comey's past in any deep way and you'll run into beaucoup dirty dealings that ruined peoples' lives.

Maybe the truth simply is that the American legal system can be as arbitrary and unfair as ones in the past. There's just the appearance of modernity.

Bill Tozer

Good quote of the weekend.

“The Democrat Party is like the neighborhood cat lady.”—Gutfeld.


Life In These United States


the 420th Volunteers could stand to read that post and think about it.

Celeste Togglesnarf.

Get real! If Obama tried to get away with half the crap trump is getting away with you all would be screaming for a good old fashions Mississippi lynching. You keep bringing up Obama. If Obama was so crooked then why didn't the rubber majority in congress impeach him? Answer: because, unlike trump, there was nothing to investigate or they would have conducted the same kind of witch hunt Starr pulled, a fishing expedition that only turned up a blue stained dress by accident. Does the term 'Duh' strike a chord?


Posted by: Celeste Togglesnarf. | 16 February 2020 at 01:46 PM

Hi Roberta.......

George Rebane

CelesteT 146pm - You really can't think of any other reason the Repubs didn't impeach Obama, can you? And what has the blue stained dress have to do with anything? (that's an extra credit question)

Don Bessee

Looks like the trollish set here is posting from a comrade Bernie event while they are performing. LOL -

Topless protesters storm stage as Bernie Sanders campaigns in Nevada




Local boy does GOOD!!!
The current LEADER!!

Bill Tozer

The Dems have a creditability problem, an anti-Semitic problem, and now a big Bernie problem. Oh, what to do, what to do? They are quietly telling Biden to disappear soon because Buttijudge-judge and Wash My Comb Amy are taking votes away from each other. CNN is leading the charge against Bernie,along with the usual suspects.

All Chris Matthews and the Ragin Cajun are hollering about is they want their Democrat Party back! Sorry, that ship has left the dock and is drifting aimlessly on the high seas. Can Short Stuff Bloomberg do it? Will Mike be coming after my 16oz Big Gulp? What to do about those cow farts? What to do with Bernie?
‘The Media’s Bernie Sanders Makeover Begins’

“Just you watch: By the time Election Day rolls around in November, liberal columnists will be telling us that Bernie Sanders is the “real conservative” in the presidential race.

Many among the center–left commentariat are struggling to come to terms with the likelihood that the Democratic Party will nominate an authoritarian leftist for president. A lot of this anxiety is, no doubt, driven by recent polls that find a majority of Americans are more open to voting for a non-binary Martian atheist than for a socialist.”



re: Bernie v. Topless Wimmen.

It does make a beautiful photograph.


The photographer was smart enough to make what appears to be a hijab-lady the centerpoint of the pic.

"“Bernie, I’m your biggest supporter, and I’m here to ask you to stop pumping up the dairy industry and to stop pumping up animal agriculture,” she said. “I believe in you…” she continued, before the mic suddenly went dead and security moved toward her.

Sanders moved to the edge of the stage as a string of women then paraded across holding images of cows — followed by a topless woman, who gestured to Sanders as members of his security detail positioned themselves between the two."


Kinda thing you get when you don't really have a party, you gotta coalition of people each with their own kink. This is the best timeline to be alive. Hopefully he confiscated their coats.

Bill Tozer

Got milk?

That Bernie is a chick magnet.


Burnie's so old he can't even remember "when".


Luckily, Ms. Warren has the voice of command.


Good Gawd, imagine listening to that for four years.

Don Bessee

The joys of chi com governance. -



Snidely Wiplash

"Burnie's so old he can't even remember "when". this coming from a person who can't even remember "how"


Really? I bet your ol' lady knows otherwise.


About time the accusation of being a fascist is thrown in the right direction.
"Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg was heckled by several pro-Second Amendment activists during a Saturday evening campaign stop in Virginia.

As the former New York City mayor was speaking, protesters yelled “You’re f**king fascist!” and “You’re a racist!”


""Burnie's so old he can't even remember "when". this coming from a person who can't even remember "how""

Yet more poison spewage.

Go find us a funny anti-Trump article or something. Chop chop.


re: Walt@8:09PM

That gun thing in Virginia is really heating up. Looking for crime where crime is seems practical, but political advantage is found wherever it can be extracted. Bloomberg is gonna get hammered with racist hullabaloo whether it's deserved or not.

When dealing with the modern Left, the other Lesson of Trump (the first being the now disclosed presence of the real center of power in Washington) is simply to never apologize. Mini Mike might brazen his way through stop 'n frisk, but apologizing merely implies being torn to shreds by the crowd.

It's the inherent weakness of the Left I guess. Each group making up that coalition has it's own set of nonnegotiable demands and they ain't the same. Scrabbling over the carcass of the West is a likely result as they each try to slice off their special tasty piece.


Wally!!! How was Trump's hot lap??? Was it everything you thought it would be???

Too bad it got rained out...

Oh look,,,Team Trump is using Bush Daytona pics as their own!!!



re: comma-man @ 10:26

Hah, somebody is going to get a spanking.

Cool flyover though.


After all, these are his people.

Bill Tozer

Social Justice Rites

“Anyone who has thought about identity politics—the great intellectual disorder of our age—must conclude that the term obfuscates more than it illuminates. Identity politics is first and foremost not a politics of identity, but an obsession with oppression and victimization. Only those who claim to be victimized get to have their identity recognized, affirmed and honored.”



re: BillT@7:40AM

I'll add a slight addendum to that. For a successful oppression-based group, you need to find a subset of the oppressors (easy to spot in a crowd) and get them firmly in your court. Dunno why you can always find some straight white males, often gracile, to loudly proclaim their oppressorhood, it's an oddity of the age. Guys like the ever-embarrassing Tim Wise spontaneously come out of the population while the likelihood of a La Razan marching for transsexuals is pretty darned low.

In the past, I just guessed that obsequiously progressive dudes were simply on pussy patrol, but it appears more common now. Perhaps an epidemiologist could explain it all.

The irony is high that you need white males to work for your victim group in order for it to be generally recognized. I guess it's no different from the message given by those Bernie protesters that women have to take off their clothes to be noticed. Kinda makes it hard for our local political harpies.


Posted by: scenes | 17 February 2020 at 08:10 AM

I just guessed that obsequiously progressive dudes were simply on pussy patrol.....

Today’s modern SJW white progressive male.....”pussy” probably isn’t xis motivation even if xe identifies as straight.

....self abasement is its own reward!


,,,Trump massive waste of jet fuel to prop up his massive but fragile ego...

goes round and round at Daytona in his lead sled but goes nowhere... as usual...

Bill Tozer

@ 8:10 & 8:21

Ah, where the girls are. I watched an old clip of Steven Crowder (back in the Milo ‘Dangerous Faggot Tour’ days. He told the male students (and male adjunct professors) that the only reason they got into the humanities is to spout whatever their professor said and repeat it to the female students so they can get laid. Chicks fall for that kind of stuff. :).

I do like the phrase, ‘The end result of Identity Politics is a group of one.’ or something worded much better.


Posted by: odlaw | 17 February 2020 at 08:30 AM

.....4 more years......4 more years.....4 more years.....!

dug......he will be your last president.

Don Bessee

Lil ol mike aint gonna get there ragging on the deplorables -




,,,EL PASO, Texas – Smugglers in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, have engineered camouflage hook-and-ladders made of rebar that blend in so well with the border wall that it can be hard to detect, according to U.S. Border Patrol. The ladders are the same rust brown color as the mesh panels or steel beams of the fence.

El Paso's urban stretch of border is littered with the rusted rebar ladders at the base on both sides — ladders lying in wait on the Mexican side, ladders pulled down by border agents or abandoned by smugglers on the U.S. side. One of the rebar ladders was poking out of a dumpster in a lot near the Chihuahuita neighborhood on Thursday.

"Somebody is making money off those ladders," said Agent Joe Romero, pointing to a mangled version tossed in the dirt on the U.S. side. "The agents pulled it off the wall and cut it up so it can't be used again."

,,,Get in on the ground floor of this amazing business opportunity!!!

Bill Tozer

Good Quotes today, almost too good for the Sandbox. :). The last quote is the best. I love that man.

Insight: “We who live in free market societies believe that growth, prosperity and ultimately human fulfillment, are created from the bottom up, not the government down. Only when the human spirit is allowed to invent and create, only when individuals are given a personal stake in deciding economic policies and benefitting from their success — only then can societies remain economically alive, dynamic, progressive, and free. Trust the people. This is the one irrefutable lesson of the entire postwar period contradicting the notion that rigid government controls are essential to economic development.” —Ronald Reagan

Observations: “I guess the logic of running Bloomberg against Bernie is that even the absolute worst person in the country who isn’t a socialist is still better than a socialist.” —Frank J. Fleming

Friendly fire: “Bloomberg must be the front-runner because liberals are calling him a racist. Keep booing. That’s how you lost the last election.” —HBO’s Bill Maher

The BIG Lie: “I had no intention of [tearing up Trump’s speech] when we went to the State of the Union. … I made a niche on a couple of pages thinking, ‘You ought to remember what was on this page, this page,’ then I realized most every page had something in it that was objectionable. So it wasn’t a planned thing. … It seems that if you want to [entice the] press you have to get attention. So I thought, ‘Well, let’s get attention on the fact that what he said here today was not true.’” —House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

Grand delusions: “Trump is so scared of facing Biden in a general election that the president got himself impeached for trying to get a foreign leader to damage Biden’s campaign.” —political analyst Juan Williams

Dangerous territory: “There should be more guidance and regulation from the states on basically — take political advertising as an example — what discourse should be allowed. Or, on the balance of free expression and some things that people call harmful expression, where do you draw the line?” —Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

Non compos mentis, part I: “It’s one thing to deplore eugenics on ideological, political, moral grounds. It’s quite another to conclude that it wouldn’t work in practice. Of course it would. It works for cows, horses, pigs, dogs & roses. Why on earth wouldn’t it work for humans? Facts ignore ideology.” —atheist Richard Dawkins

Non compos mentis, part II: “Trans women are women. Trans men are men. Non-binary people are non-binary. All gender identities are valid.” —London Mayor Sadiq Khan

And last… “The strongest argument for socialism is that it sounds good. The strongest argument against socialism is that it doesn’t work. But those who live by words will always have a soft spot in their hearts for socialism because it sounds so good.” —Thomas Sowell

Don Bessee

The dems in Virginia blinked because of fears of the electoral fallout of gun grabbing -




Posted by: odlaw | 17 February 2020 at 10:17 AM

Smugglers in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, have engineered camouflage hook-and-ladders made of rebar that blend in so well with the border wall that it can be hard to detect.....

Now this is good news for you dugsKKKi......your stream of low cost protein will continue to flow unabated! If you keep it on the down low this could continue indefinitely. Dahmer got away with it for years and he lived in an apartment, with proper bone and tallow management you should be fine!


Posted by: Bill Tozer | 17 February 2020 at 10:23 AM

And last… “The strongest argument for socialism is that it sounds good. The strongest argument against socialism is that it doesn’t work. But those who live by words will always have a soft spot in their hearts for socialism because it sounds so good.” —Thomas Sowell

I like this one better....

“Socialism always begins with a universal vision for the brotherhood of man and ends with people having to eat their own pets.”

- Toby Young



THAT’S DIFFERENT BECAUSE SHUT UP:‘Obama Personally Asked the FBI to Investigate Someone on Behalf of George Soros,’ Says Alan Dershowitz.


Bill Tozer

The nine miles of pavement and a long rope is beginning to bring them in. Whose walls are tightening?

“Source: Democrat Senator Held Secret Meeting In Munich With Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif
Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut and other Democratic senators had a secret meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif during the Munich Security Conference last week, according to a source briefed by the French delegation to the conference. Murphy’s office did not respond to repeated requests for comment by press time.

Such a meeting would mean Murphy had done the type of secret coordination with foreign leaders to potentially undermine the U.S. government that he accused Trump officials of doing as they prepared for Trump’s administration. In February 2017, Murphy demanded investigations of National Security Advisor Mike Flynn because he had a phone call with his counterpart-to-be in Russia”


Damn, that smells like Logan Act stuff. Or is it the Hatch Act?
That’s five probes going on right now.

‘Barr taps network of prosecutors to review Russia-Ukraine cases’

“Attorney General Bill Barr has tapped a growing number of federal prosecutors across the country to review high-profile Russia probes involving Trump associates and consider emerging allegations tied to Ukraine, in a bold but risky move that comes as he faces mounting criticism and even resignation calls from congressional Democrats who allege he's protecting the president.

On Friday, Fox News reported that Barr appointed Jeff Jensen, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri, to review the case of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Justice Department officials told Fox News Jensen would be working hand-in-hand with Brandon Van Grack, the lead prosecutor in the case. It marked the latest example of Barr bringing on a federal prosecutor to examine a politically charged case.“


Whose walls are closing on whom?

Don Bessee

Bernie bros brawling amongst themselves -




re: Socialism

A man goes into a store and asks, "you don't have any meat?"
Saleslady sez, "we don't have any fish", "it's the store across the street that doesn't have any meat".

Don Bessee

You go boy!




Posted by: scenes | 17 February 2020 at 01:22 PM


Life In Hell

A young, ruthless executive died and went to hell. When he got there, he saw one sign that said Capitalist Hell, and another that said Socialist Hell.

In front of the Socialist Hell was an incredibly long line, while there was no-one in front of the Capitalist Hell. So the executive asked the guard, ''What do they do to you in Socialist Hell?''

You have to eat two shovels full of shit every morning and then you're free to go about your day'' the guard replied.

''And what do they do to you in Capitalist Hell?''

''Only one shovel full", the guard answered.

''Then why is everybody in line for Socialist Hell?''

''Because in Socialist Hell, they're always out of shit and somebody always forgets to bring the shovels.


re: Berniefight@1:21

One of the comments, quick as a wink, was:

"I think the white guy was probably upset that the black guy wasn’t woke enough to the plight of young black men."

lol. Perfect. I am so looking forward to the Blue Mob national convention.

Don Bessee

Fellin' the love -




Doomburg's healthcare plan.
Is Dougy, Babs and Emery looking to sign up?
"Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg once suggested denying cancer treatment to elderly Americans as a solution to overcrowding in hospitals."

Naaaa... No death panels.


Bloomers job training.
“It’s a process,” Bloomberg said in 2016. “You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn. You could learn that. Then we had 300 years of the industrial society. You put the piece of metal on the lathe, you turn the crank in the direction of the arrow and you can have a job. And we created a lot of jobs.”


The 420th Volunteers appear to have been on a field trip.


“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.”
-George Orwell

Don Bessee

Doubts about creepy grampa joe from his own voters -

Voter to Biden: 'What the hell is going on with your campaign?'



Don Bessee

Tough times for the chi coms -

Locust plague reaches coronavirus-hit China after wreaking havoc across Africa



George Rebane

scenes 409pm - Correctamundo! The Left learned that generations ago, and our progressives are students of Orwell. We no longer teach American history in our public schools, and instead, have substituted Zinn's alternative narrative.


GR 409pm

... "and Howard Zinn is the American embodiment of a Gramscian intellectual, the organic intellectual par excellance".
And let's remember who Gramsci's English translator was ... Joseph Buttigieg, who also founded the International Gramsci Society and sired "Mayor Pete".

George Rebane

Gregory 541pm - Indeed, and a timely reminder which I hope will be revived should the unlikely event occur that he becomes the Dem nominee. Thanks.

Don Bessee

It looks like we have a new owner of the title patronizing pander bear -



Don Bessee

Those who do not know history are bound to repeat the mistakes. When people feel good about their pocket books and bill paying time is not a time to sell socialist dem doom and gloom from millionaires. Its the economy stupid's!! -

We are supposedly living in the final, dystopian hours of Late Capitalism. And the wretched, miserable 99 percent will soon force radical change on an exhausted, corrupt system. But if true, what to make of the result of last night’s New Hampshire primary result, where the moderates beat the “big, structural change” progressives by some 20 percentage points? If Democratic primary voters aren’t ready for “democratic socialism” or whatever Bernieconomics really is, then who is?

Moreover, there’s all the recent polling data suggesting maybe we’re really not all that miserable and wretched. Gallup finds 59 percent of Americans agreeing they’re financially better off than they were a year ago, the highest such percentage on record. Likewise, CNN finds that 76 percent rate economic conditions in the US today as “very or somewhat good” — the highest share since 80 percent in February 2001. And another Gallup poll reports that nine in 10 Americans are “satisfied with the way things are going in their personal life,” a new high in the four decades that the firm has asked the question. And three–fourths of us expect tomorrow will be better than today.



George Rebane

DonB 824pm - To overcome all this good news, the Democrats will simply tell lies which their lapdog lamestream will amplify. These are consequential lies which none of our progressive readers will recognize let alone tally like they do with Trump's 'lies' that now in their ledger number in the tens of thousands.

Don Bessee

The truth will set you free.


Bill Tozer

Talk about squandering billions. They have more money than brains when it comes to Climate Crisis.



Todd Juvinall

My response to anther loony guy's attack on us and Trump.
"Oh my, since you don't like how Rebane wrote her letter you get to do one yourself. You whine she left out the guy that screamed out "you lie" when Obama was actually lying. Oh my did that hurt your feelings? Your ilk screams everyday. We hear you scream on TV and in the newspapers. We hear you scream on the radio. We hear you scream at us when we wear a MAGA hat pr T-Shirt. We see your antifa thugs beating up little people at rallies. We see your lying Congressmen and women lying about Russian collusion. We see your lying "Deep State" pals trying to force a coup on Trump and his 63 million voters. I have to say I believe you are all experiencing Trump Derangement Syndrome. Now we see your latest lying candidate call farmers and working people stupid and worse. We have you all pegged. Get ready for another four years of Trump. Better get a prescription for TDS..

Cross Word

IN the "ain't no rule of law for goombahs when you are king" category --trump says stone's conviction should be overturned. Yet another witch hunt. a lot of hunts but no witches in trumplandia. Does anyone find it odd that given all the multiple convictions of trump associates by the legal system.. it is the legal system that is flawed and not trump?


Cross Word " it is the legal system that is flawed and not trump?"

Why not? The jails have a lot of people who shouldn't be there and are lacking a lot of people who should be there.

Perhaps you need to get back to worshiping the emerging surveillance police state in this country. Those boots aren't going to clean themselves.

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