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03 December 2020



The Mary Trump File: "Announced Tuesday by Macmillan’s St. Martin’s Press, and scheduled to hit shelves on July 20, The Reckoning “will examine,” according to the promotional copy, “America’s national trauma, rooted in our history but dramatically exacerbated by the impact of current events and the Trump administration’s corrupt and immoral policies.... Whether it manifests itself in rising levels of rage and hatred, or hopelessness and apathy, the stress of living in a country we no longer recognize has affected all of us. America is suffering from PTSD.”

Bill Tozer

Thomas Sowell's reaction to Walter William's passing.



D you have it wrong. You're moving from TDS to PTDS


Dr. Rebake, the Kerry might deal with an empty quiver (matching his empty head) but at least the Chicoms will like us again


Dr. Rebane sorry stoopid auto correct!

Bill Tozer

You point one finger forward, you got three fingers pointing back.

‘Media Elites, Not Trump Supporters, Are Disconnected From Reality’
It’s not Trump supporters who are living in a fantasyland, but members of the corporate media who sense their power and influence waning.

This warms the cockles of me weary hearth. Berry, berry, much.

‘Students Revolt Against Eton College’s Attempt To Fire Teacher For Criticizing Feminism’
Students at Eton are pushing back against cancel culture and showing young people appreciate critical thinking and a free exchange of ideas

“It seems the majority of students at Eton agreed with Knowland. More than 1,000 of the total 1,300 students at Eton sent an open letter to the provost and started an online petition demanding Knowland’s reinstatement.

In their open letter, the students argued Knowland’s video is “a model for how to convey a contentious argument impeccably” and struggle to identify “where Mr. Knowland’s video steps out of the realms of academic debate and into genuinely discriminatory private opinion.”

Students said they perceived “hypocrisy” from the school for insisting on firing Knowland to protect “minorities,” given his dismissal came after having a different from that of the majority. “His view is not very uncommon or exceptional,” they maintain, “It is simply different.”

Furthermore, the students contend Knowland’s dismissal was “a gross abuse of the duty of the school to protect the freedoms of the individual, especially where those freedoms run up against the norms held by the majority,” and showed “a complete lack of moral integrity and backbone.”

The students who penned the letter view the cruelty of Knowland’s immediate dismissal as incompatible with the school’s image of being an open and tolerant education environment. Students asked: “Are the boys also bound by the same restrictions to expression? Should boys who express the same idea as Mr. Knowland expect to be similarly dealt with?”

To the provost and all the other adults who are in charge, the students offer a lesson on the importance of free speech:.....”


Bill Tozer

Quotable Quotes from this time in space and this space in time

Upright I: “There’s no excuse for so called conservatives telling the GOP not to vote in the Georgia election. See yourself right out.” —Caleb Hull

Upright II: “Enough of this foolishness. It is imperative that every freedom-loving Georgian vote in January. It is imperative that we stop the Socialists from taking over Congress.” —Todd Starnes

Upright III: “We need to be on message on this. We need to get out and vote. Alright? I don’t want to hear any childish, ‘I’m going to take my ball and go home because I’m upset.’” —Rep. Dan Crenshaw

For the record: “The American Dream is being destroyed by Democrat lockdowns and closures in cities across the country. Democrats don’t care about income inequality, they are the largest contributors to it right now. Small businesses and the middle class are getting crushed.” —Lisa Boothe

Nailed it: “Fact: Those making decisions for the entire country have collected every single one of their paychecks on time.” —Kimberly Klacik

Non compos mentis: “Somebody said to me at the beginning of the pandemic, it’s almost as though Mother Nature has sent us to our rooms for bad behavior to really take a moment and think about what we’ve done.” —Prince Harry, the new owner of a $14 million mansion

Non sequitur: “[Wearing a mask] is a patriotic thing to do. … I hear all this about, ‘Well, it’s a great sacrifice of my freedom.’ Well, tell that to all the people who went to World War I and gave their lives and World War II and the Korean War. I mean, c'mon.” —Joe Biden

And last… “How ironic that the kindred spirits of today’s progressives are not Socrates, Galileo and Harper Lee, but the Athenian mob, Joseph McCarthy and the Taliban.” —Victor Davis Hanson


Joey Fingers going after Cocaine Mitch’s daughter. Stop the Sniffer, hide the children.


Bill Tozer

More on HP's moving to Houston.



I hear Herr Nusom about to do the same thing to keep the taxpayers in. All those defections to places like Texas and AZ.
"North Korea has deployed anti-aircraft units to its border with China to prevent people from crossing, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported Wednesday."

Scott O

BT 4:54 - The only thing surprising to me is their choice of Houston. That city is starting to be run by the left. Plano would have been a much better choice. Maybe Houston is getting so bad, the rents are cheap.

Paul Emery

Soon to be ex President Trump...

What a con man

Even in defeat, President Trump continued to raise money at some of the fastest rates of the year, pulling in $207.5 million in the month since Election Day with the Republican National Committee as he has stoked unfounded fears of election fraud and made baseless claims to undermine the legitimacy of the election.

Mr. Trump’s campaign apparatus has continued to aggressively solicit donations under the guise of supporting his various legal challenges to the election of Joseph R. Biden Jr., but as of now 75 percent of donations go to to a new political action committee that Mr. Trump formed in mid-November and 25 percent to the Republican Party. Only if a donor gives more than $6,000 do those funds go to Mr. Trump’s formal “recount” account.

His campaign did not release a breakdown of how the $207.5 million was divided, with funds split between the new PAC, paying off his campaign debts, the R.N.C. and two committees operated jointly by the party and the campaign.


Don Bessee

Warming up to kill small businesses in cali? -



Don Bessee

Oh great pony tail of ignorance its waaaaayyy worse than that for you guys, after all money is the mothers milk of politics and Trump will be feeding candidates for years to come! LOL -

In total, the campaign, the RNC, and two joint fundraising accounts brought in at least $495 million from October 15 through November 23.




Running from the evidence Emery? Ballots being run through the machines in the dead of night. If you watched real news you would have seen it.
Everyone gets sent home.. Then four people stay behind, and pull boxes full of ballots from under a table, and start running them through.

Someone forgot to erase the tape.

Scott O

Paul 5:50 - "...but as of now 75 percent of donations go to to a new political action committee that Mr. Trump formed in mid-November and 25 percent to the Republican Party. Only if a donor gives more than $6,000 do those funds go to Mr. Trump’s formal “recount” account."
So, Paul - how is this a 'con'?
If everyone knows the facts, who is being duped?
See - this is classic TDS.
We conservatives criticize Biden for what he actually says and does.
Not some fabricated BS.
I realize your problem, Paul - you knowingly voted for a demented, openly racist doofus who kneels before China and big business and does their will. You wanted him, now you're going to eat cow manure on toast for 4 years.


Oh By the way Emery,, Trump and the Repubs actually pay their bills.. Unlike your friends in the DNC. How many millions do they still owe?
"The DNC Has Spent More Money Than It’s Raised This Year"

". In May, the DNC also reported that it has $1.9 million in debt. Despite the fact that former Secretary of Labor Tom Perez was recruited by Barack Obama to appease the party’s donors, lobbyists and PACs, even they have refused to prop up the failing brand."

paul emery

How is it a con Scott? It is because it's a plea for cash for flipping the election but the money is going elsewhere. From the article:

Only if a donor gives more than $6,000 do those funds go to Mr. Trump’s formal “recount” account.

Scott O

Paul is quick off the mark to display his total ignorance.
I ask again, Paul (as if he'll answer) how is it a con if everyone knows the details?
Do I have to explain what a 'con' is to you?
Good lord - who wipes your ass and ties your shoes?

Scott O

Walt 6:31 - Don't fret for the Dems. Emperor Xi will happily pay the bills for those he owns. And those he owns will happily do his will.


So Emery,, you had the guts to watch the Georgia election fraud testimony? Real people Emery, not hiding behind a curtain like your Proggy, the steaming pile of Schiff had. Whistleblowers
coming forward.. Remember your Proggy whistleblower? "He was a patriot" the LIBS said. And NO first hand knowledge. But it was good enough for you and yours to impeach Trump.


Scott. We know he owns Biden and son. They can't wait to get our jobs back. And all that slave labor can't be beat. No child labor laws either. BIG Corp will love biden. The will make up any tax raises with China labor.

Don Bessee

Every home pays the price of the chi coms ripping us off -




Hey.....Punchy is whining about Trump again.

What a surprise?

Bill Tozer

Don’t blame me, blame.......

‘Minneapolis City Councilor: ‘Conventional Wisdom’ Is Causing Current Crime Wave‘


“While offering no specifics for his own plan, Ellison chastises others for not doing so.

Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey criticized Ellison, first explaining that for the past two decades, Minneapolis “had been experiencing a relatively low-crime period.” The crime wave began in June when the Minneapolis city council announced it would defund the police.

“Just what should observers blame for the massive spike in violent crime — conventional wisdom or radical sloganeering?” Morrissey asked.”

Hmmm. Me thinks Minneapolis should send the new mental health rapid response detail to city hall first and foremost. The insane there need some intervention and much needed help.

Bill Tozer

Talk about sitting around the barn eating all the hay.........

AOC Hawking Anti-Rich Sweatshirts ‘Only Rich People Can Afford’
"When you’re aiming for socialism but you hit capitalism."

“AOC’s polyester, nylon, & poly-blend merchandise is made from Petro-Chemical products. Thanks for supporting the petroleum industry and voting for Marxist-Democrat politicians who will end your Trump tax cuts while they live in luxury & sell you things!”


Lol. Not available to illegal aliens and foreigners. Does that mean a AOC is for America First? Asking for a friend.


Watched an interesting documentary, 'The Brainwashing of my Dad'.

Points out Roger Ailes long history of influence beginning with Nixon.

And now we have the Trumpists.

Don Bessee

Don't believe your lying eyes -

In Georgia, the host said, surveillance video of a canvassing center showed poll watchers being ushered out of the room after being told the count would be paused for the night. Then, a woman in blonde braids stepped over to a table and pulled out a pair of suitcases from underneath.

"Witnesses testify ... backed up by the newly-released surveillance footage, [that] shortly after observers were asked to leave the room, several large, mysterious suitcases -- yeah, they believe filled with ballots, were rolled out from under a table," Hannity said of the Georgia case.



Bill Tozer

I was intrigued by the most underreported story on the last week. They snuck the story in right before the Thanksgiving holiday hoping it would die off in half a news cycle. It did. Think of all the implications.

Pause a moment and visualize this B-movie scenario: COVID -19 mutate minks rise from their graves by the thousands and the undead are coming after you. A horde of Zombie Covid Minks snarling and showing their sharp teeth with their devil own eyes are between you and the tool shed. Can you make it there in time to grab a hoe or ax or an ugly stick or the Grim Reaper’s scythe or a friggin blow torch? The undead of the Covid Pandemic.

‘Culled mink rise from the dead to Denmark's horror’


To think in my lifetime I have witnessed our culture go from Teenage Enema Nurses marching in a parade singing their evil songs (and doing their sadist ‘drills’) to Killer Mutant Zombie Minks. It’s like living in a B-Movie.

What are they trying to coverup, eh? Riddle me that, Batman.


Posted by: D | 03 December 2020 at 09:15 PM

Watched an interesting documentary, 'The Brainwashing of my Dad'.

“Documentary” huh?

It's hardly surprising that you have interesting tastes in pornography.

Bill Tozer

Old news, or is it? The superhighway to hell.

‘Autocrats Coming After Autos’
Self-anointed saviors of the planet are bringing tyranny to your driveway.

“That neither man [Gavin and Boris] is remotely acquainted with reality should surprise no one. Of all the zealots who wish to impose their worldview on the benighted masses, none are quite as fervent as the eco-warriors who insist technological advances can simply be willed into existence within an arbitrary timeframe.

Unfortunately for them, reality intrudes. Last year, Professor Richard Herrington of the Natural History Museum in London sent a letter to the British government after he and his colleagues analyzed what it would take to convert that nation’s cars to electric vehicles (EVs) by 2050, not 2035. They concluded that such a conversion would require, based on 2018 mining levels, the entire world’s production of neodymium, three-quarters of its lithium production, and at least half of its copper production to produce the required number of EVs — just for the UK.

America? “The U.S. has about 276 million registered motor vehicles, or roughly nine times as many vehicles as the U.K.,” explains columnist Robert Bryce. “Thus, if Herrington’s numbers are right, electrifying all U.S. motor vehicles would require roughly 18 times the world’s current cobalt production, about nine times global neodymium output, nearly seven times global lithium production, and about four times world copper production.”

Professor Herrington is hardly an outlier. A 2015 study by the Union of Concerned Scientists revealed that manufacturing a midsize EV would produce about 15% more emissions than the process of building an internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle. For larger EVs with larger batteries, that gap could grow to 68% or more.

Besides, does anyone with even a modicum of common sense consider mining to be a “green” activity? Moreover, as Bryce also points out, internal combustion engines are more efficient than batteries in terms of “gravimetric energy density,” or the amount of energy contained per kilogram; the engines themselves are getting more efficient; and ICE vehicles are far easier to refuel — as in the five minutes it takes to fill a gas tank compared with hours it takes to recharge an EV.”



How is Trump's Elite Strike Force Team doing? Been kinda quiet lately?


Posted by: Bill Tozer | 04 December 2020 at 07:37 AM

Bill.....why do you bother.....Progressivism demands its “Jetson” like future. Destroying the planet is a small price to pay for that.

Bill Tozer

Fish. It’s 2020. Where is George Jetson’s flying car?

Why do I bother? I dunno. After all, the science is settled. Personally, I blame the sun for Global Warming.

Bill Tozer

This edition of Sandbox kicks off with, “Well, we can have a lot of fun now dissecting the incompetence and corruption of the Team Biden cabinet nominees.”

‘Blame America First’ Crowd Resurrects an Old Myth
As Democrats return to power, beware their warped history of the late Iranian PM Mohammad Mossadegh.

“The U.S. played an important and necessary precipitating role in Mossadegh’s removal then, but not the caricaturized one that is weaponized by people such as Marik von Rennenkampff, a State and Defense Department official in the Obama administration. In an op-ed for The Hill, von Rennenkampff conveniently ignores Mossadegh’s abuses of power and diplomatic intransigence, as well as the considerable Iranian opposition to him. Instead, he pins the 1979 Revolution and hostage crisis and all subsequent U.S.–Iranian hostilities on the Mossadegh imbroglio, casting the U.S. not only as the party responsible for the initial iciness between the two countries, but also as the primary aggressor over the last 40 years. He even goes so far as to dismiss the hostage crisis as merely “decades of anger boil[ing] over.” It is worrying that von Rennenkampff once held positions of some significance within the U.S. government. Even more alarming is that his historically and morally backwards perspective on American–Iranian affairs may once again be returning to power alongside Joe Biden.

After all, Biden’s old boss, President Barack Obama, was fond of promulgating a simplistic and anti-American telling of the Mossadegh ouster. In 2009, the newly minted president claimed that “in the middle of the Cold War, the United States played a role in the overthrow of a democratically elected Iranian government.” Other Democrats, including Hillary Clinton and Madeleine Albright, have made similar assertions. Why? To justify their illogical but dogged attempts to cozy up to Iran’s evil, explicitly anti-American regime at the expense of our relationships with Israel and the Arab world, both of which are much more natural fits as U.S. allies in the region.

With Democrats returning to power, Americans should beware of the revival of the Mossadegh myth. The people who will be wielding the levers of power in the executive branch will not hesitate to interpret history in the most uncharitable way possible to the country they serve if they believe it will help them fit their square peg into an obviously round hole.”

You go officer! Tell it like it is.

“Representative Tulsi Gabbard on Thursday criticized President-elect Joe Biden for his decision to tap Neera Tanden for a Cabinet-level position in his administration, saying Tanden’s foreign policy makes her a bad choice to handle the country’s budget.

“Neera Tanden thinks the way to reduce our deficit is to steal oil from countries like Libya to pay us back for bombing them, toppling their government, and turning them into a failed state,” Gabbard wrote in a tweet Thursday.


They’re bacccckkkkk. Joe Biden has been on the wrong side of every US foreign policy decision his entire career. From being the only in the room one to oppose taking out Osama bin Laden (and boldly taking credit for the operation on the campaign trail), to advocating dividing Iraq into three separate nations to bring peace to the region (yes, you read that right) to Libya, to the Iran secret deal.....well, they have put the band back together and the Over the Hill Gang rides again.

Obama in his recent book said that his biggest mistake he made as POTUS was not preparing for the aftermath in Libya after Col. Quaddafi’s death. What, did they expect democracy to break out? What, did B Hussein Obama and Goldfinger Joe and Jake Sullivan not take note of George W Bush’s disaster of not thinking through and preparing for the aftermath of taking out Saddam Hussein? The answer is an boisterous YES!

They are back. Lucky us.


A nice memorial to Walter Williams.....sure to send dugsKKKi into a tizzy over at farth Thtars!

Walter Williams, R.I.P.

Tomas DiLorenzo - December 04, 2020

I was deeply saddened and depressed to learn that my old friend Professor Walter E. Williams passed away yesterday morning at the age of 84. For the past forty years Walter was the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University; one of the greatest libertarian columnists in the world; a fabulously inspiring teacher; one of the best public speakers you would ever encounter on the subjects of economics and libertarianism; and the most popular guest host of the Rush Limbaugh radio show.

Walter was already at George Mason University when I arrived there as a young assistant professor of economics in 1981, preceding me by a year. He and I were the two faculty members who taught the large 300+ student sections of principles of economics. I quickly realized that it would be many years before I could approach Walter’s masterful classroom performances. (And you do need to be a bit of a performer before such a large audience that can easily be bored to death with such a large crowd and so many distractions).

Walter never pulled his punches, in the classroom or anywhere else. When he got to the section of the course on labor economics and the economics of discrimination, he shocked his audiences of mostly freshman econ 101 students by reminding them that “discrimination” is not always a bad or negative thing. For example, he would say, when he was looking for a wife he discriminated against fat women, ugly women, and white women. That was long before America’s youth were conditioned since kindergarten to swoon over such language, instigate riots, or set fire to campus buildings.

In the early ‘80s the George Mason administration announced that every academic department was to have an “affirmative action officer.” Naturally, we chose Walter. His job was to report to the administration once a year on how good a job the department had done in recruiting women and minority faculty. In his first year with that assignment Walter informed the administration that (paraphrasing) “We tried to hire a tall, statuesque blond from UCLA [true story] but the administration was too cheap to give us enough salary money to compete for her services.” Boy, did the sanctimonious campus Leftists hate Walter for such talk — a huge badge of honor on his chest.

Back in those days Walter’s office was adorned with a framed picture of his daughter, who he doted over, and a Confederate flag! When a visitor asked why a black man like himself had a Confederate flag in his office, he said it was to give him the opportunity to explain the virtues of secession to whoever asked about it. That was some fifteen years before I wrote anything about Lincoln, secession, or the War to Prevent Southern Independence. It was also one reason why I asked Walter to write the foreword to The Real Lincoln, which he did, with a most eloquent essay. (To this day, of all the hundreds of critiques of The Real Lincoln, I am unaware that any critic has mentioned Walter’s great foreword).

Shortly after the publication of The Real Lincoln I got a call from Walter at 7 A.M. one morning. He said that Rush Limbaugh was ill, that he was guest hosting the show, and asked if I would be interested in being on the show for an interview about the book. I spent an entire hour talking to Rush Limbaugh’s audience about the book and taking questions from callers with Walter. By that evening my Amazon.com sales ranking was #2. I sent Walter a hundred dollar bottle of wine as a thank you gift.

Walter was not only a fabulous classroom teacher, public speaker, and columnist; he produced a lot of great scholarship as well. He was a product of the old UCLA School of Economics, a sort of offshoot of the old Milton Friedman/George Stigler/Gary Becker Chicago School at that time. (It is a sin that Walter’s UCLA mentor, Armen Alchian, was never awarded the Nobel prize in economics). Armed with a great UCLA economic education (after being drafted and then kicked out of the U.S. Army — not dishonorably discharged — for being too much of a smartass and independent thinker, another badge of honor!) Walter authored many important journal articles on labor economics and other topics as well as such books as The State Against Blacks; South Africa’s War Against Capitalism [aka Apartheid]; More Liberty Means Less Government; Race and Economics; Liberty versus the Tyranny of Socialism; and American Contempt for Liberty. His autobiography is entitled Up from the Projects.

Walter’s two favorite hobbies were cigarette smoking and long-distance biking, one of which probably shortened his life. He also liked to boast about his alleged basketball prowess. He never left his beloved family home in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, commuting to Fairfax, Virginia all those years (down on Monday morning, back on Thursday). He would battle suburban Philadelphia traffic at daybreak on his bike rides, even in the colder Pennsylvania weather.

The last time I saw Walter was when I sponsored a lecture by him at Loyola University Maryland on “The Legitimate Role of Government in a Free Society.” It was vintage Walter Williams, a combination of deep learning about the American founding, political philosophy and economics, and the philosophy of freedom, all explained in a way that anyone could understand and appreciate. Students were stopping me on campus days later to thank me for bringing him to campus. Most of them told me that, after 13-15 years of “education,” his lecture was the first time they had ever encountered the philosophical arguments for limited constitutional government. Like most American college students today, they had been taught since pre-school that the more unlimited is government, the better.

After picking Walter up at his hotel and driving to the campus I pointed out buildings housing Maryland death row. In typical Walter Williams fashion, he gazed out the window at the buildings and said, “they’re not big enough.”

One of the things that got me interested in economics in the first place as a college freshman was that in my first economics class the professor used a standard textbook and a reader entitled An Economist’s Protest by Milton Friedman. It was a collection of Friedman’s Newsweek magazine articles. Back in the late ‘60s and ‘70s Friedman and Paul Samuelson authored popular economic articles in the magazine on alternative weeks. I’d like to think that Walter’s thousands of syndicated columns have had a similar effect on many young people, a giant “multiplier effect” for the cause of a free society. In that sense Walter was the Frederic Bastiat of our day.

Rest in peace my friend.

Bill Tozer

‘Biden’s Brezhnev vibes’
Is the presumptive President-elect the candidate of American stagnation?


Great, another bobble head. Well, the Russians should know.


‘Russian State Media Serve As Platform For Conspiracies About Clinton's Health’


It’s all the Rookies’ fault. Better to be Red than Dead, eh Libbies?

Bill Tozer

More on Biden's picks.


BTW, Biden's announcement of appointing the first all female WH Senior Communications team in US history that the lamestream media went all ga-ga eyes over should have been Fact Checked. The first WH all female Senior Communications team was put in place by President Trump... something "White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany pointed out, it wasn’t true, but the media ran with it anyway because, of course, they did."

Bill Tozer

Joe Biden’s DHS Nominee Is The Absolute Picture Of DC Political Corruption
Alejandro 'Al' Mayorkas is a left-wing Democrat with a history of working to help suspected Chinese spies enter the country and convicted drug dealers get out of prison

Lol. You go girl

‘Sen. Marsha Blackburn Denounces Uyghur Genocide After Chinese State Media Mouthpiece Called Her Racist’
Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn called out the ongoing genocide of the Uyghur Muslims by the Chinese Communist Party after a member of the Chinese state media hurled sexist profanities at the Republican on Twitter and labeled her the “most racist” senator.

“From Tiananmen Square to the Uyghur genocide, Communist China is an expert at slaughtering populations,” Blackburn said in a statement Thursday. “America will not bow down to sexist communist thugs.”

The Chinese Communist Party is holding millions of Uyghur Muslims in concentration camps featuring forced sterilization and slave labor in the northwest province of Xinjiang, otherwise referred to as East Turkistan by those who have declared independence from China but have not been given the same level of recognition as Tibet.”


In reply, what do the Dems say about China, Senator Blackburn, and the Dem efforts to allow Nike and others to use continue using slave labor for goods sold to the USA.????
Major American corporations however, including Apple, Nike, and Coca-Cola, have deployed their teams of high-powered lobbyists to water down strict provisions of the bill that would curb their access to Chinese slave labor.
The Dems’ reply:

‘Democrat On House Intel Committee Sides With Communist China Over U.S. Senator’

“Illinois Democratic Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi accused Tennessee Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn of racism on Twitter Thursday, aligning himself with a representative of Chinese communist-sponsored media who also hurled insults and profanities at the sitting senator just a few hours prior.

“China has a 5,000 year history of cheating and stealing,” Blackburn wrote on Twitter Thursday. “Some things will never change.”

Apparently the statement of fact has been found controversial.

“The last thing we need is a United States Senator engaging in generalizations so racist and ignorant,” wrote back Krishnamoorti, who serves on the House Intelligence Committee.”


Yo Nike, just do it.


Twitter responds to more Trump rantings and ravings,



That's how you do it Proggys, go after the lone bar owner and say "break the law, go to jail",, but not when rioting thugs roam the streets unimpeded and un arrested by cops.
Yup,, that's Proggy justice for you.


Oh... The picture book for the LIBS.

Bill Tozer

The Stupidest Fact-Check in the History of Fact-Checking

The Stupidest Fact-Check in the History of Fact-Checking
September 29, 2020 2:46 PM
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2017 (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

Is this the worst “fact-check” article in history? Maybe not, as I would reserve that title for one of the many fact-checks that pass off lies as truth, truth as lies, or opinions as true or false. But it is certainly the dumbest. Last week, conservative Christian satire site The Babylon Bee published one of its daily array of gags, headlined “Ninth Circuit Court Overturns Death Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.” The Bee goes on, “SAN FRANCISCO, CA—In a landmark ruling, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. . . .’ Death, at its core, is a construct designed to subvert the rule of law by taking pro-choice liberal judges away from us too soon . . . We hereby rule any attempt by President Trump to appoint a replacement to be unconstitutional. We will block any attempt until we figure out a way to resurrect her or maybe clone her and restore her to her already ‘legally alive’ state. We’re still figuring that part out.” The joke is a silly one, but it does take aim at runaway judicial activism and its collisions with common sense, against the backdrop of the week’s big news story about liberal angst over the legal consequences of Justice Ginsburg’s death.

A week later, USAToday found it necessary, for some reason, to publish a “Fact Check” of this, by fact-checker Chelsey Cox, entitled “Fact check: Satirical claim that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned Ginsburg’s death.” “Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died of metastatic pancreatic cancer Sept. 18, is actually ‘alive,’ the article suggests, because the 9th Circuit overturned her death.” Cox went on for over 800 words, listing fifteen sources, in order to conclude:

Our rating: Satire

We rate this claim SATIRE, based on our research. A satirical article about the 9th Circuit “overturning” Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death has no basis in fact. It is true that the 9th Circuit has ruled against many Trump-era policies.

You read that right. An editor at a national newspaper assigned a “fact-checker” to determine whether Ruth Bader Ginsburg had been raised from the dead by court order. It took that fact-checker a week to review over a dozen sources of information and conclude “based on our research” that this had not happened. Imagine being the editor who thought this was a good use of journalistic resources, or the writer who took this assignment this seriously. On the editor’s part, that is an admission that you either have too many reporters working for you or that you have the world’s worst news judgment and should never work as an editor of anything ever again. It is not even possible to satirize modern “journalism” that produces this sort of hackery. It would have been too much to include in Idiocracy. There’s a reason people look at Donald Trump, of all people, and say, “hey, I’d rather trust that guy than the newspaper.”



Yes Bill, The fact check was necessary because Trumpers and QAnon minions were up in arms that the 9th circuit had reversed her death and denied Trumpers their handmaid.
Sad, isn't it?

Bill Tozer

I am not in the least surprised that the Sage of South Central posted this.

‪"I'm often asked, "When was the last time you were called 'nigger' by a white person?" I'm rarely asked, "When was the last time you were called 'Uncle Tom,' 'coon' or 'sell-out' by a black person?" As to the first question, it's been decades. As to the latter, a matter of hours.‬"



He was "joking".... Right... Sure thing... And Emery is getting younger.
“So I don’t have — when we disagree, it will be just like — so far it’s been just like Barack and I did. It’s in private. She’ll say I think we should do A, B, C, or D. And I’ll say I like A, don’t like B and C. And let’s go okay,” Biden said.

“And like I told Barack, if I read something where there’s a fundamental disagreement we have based on a moral principle, I’ll develop some disease and say I have to resign,” Biden told Tapper."


This is why Penn Valley is NOT a gun free zone.
"A teen who shoplifted several items from a Penn Valley store and threatened the clerk ended up in Juvenile Hall while another man landed in jail after being held at gunpoint by a suspicious homeowner."

Bill Tozer

Daily Quotes with another Daily Beast winning quote

Insight: “The only proper purpose of a government is to protect man’s rights, which means: to protect him from physical violence. A proper government is only a policeman, acting as an agent of man’s self-defense, and, as such, may only resort to force only against those who start the use of force.” —Ayn Rand (1905-1982)

For the record: “Policies should never entice students into greater debt, nor should they put taxpayer dollars at greater risk. There are too many politicians today who support policy that does both. We’ve heard shrill calls to cancel, to forgive, to make it all free. Any innocuous label out there can’t obfuscate what it really is: wrong. The campaign for free college is a matter of total government control. Make no mistake: It is a socialist takeover of higher education.” —Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

Upright: “Lin Wood and Sidney Powell are totally destructive. Every Georgia conservative who cares about America MUST vote in the runoff. Their ‘don’t vote’ strategy will cripple America.” —Newt Gingrich

Dezinformatsiya: “On Monday, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem buried her grandmother, who was among 13 to die over a two-week period at a top-rated nursing home swept by COVID-19. … The number makes clear the lunacy of Noem’s downplaying of the pandemic and her continued refusal to impose a statewide mask mandate.” —The Daily Beast’s Michael Daly, who admits, “The 98-year-old grandmother, Aldys Arnold, is said by Noem’s office to have tested negative for the virus.”

Non compos mentis: “I have two words for MAGA Nation: Don’t Die. Your love of and loyalty to Trump isn’t worth your life. With 73 million of you refusing to wear a mask and to social distance, there’ll be no way to eradicate this disease. And a lot of you are going to die. … Why are you doing NOTHING to stop this slaughter? What will it take for you and I to join, arm in arm, to kill Covid-19? … Look at it this way — if millions of you die off, that’s a lot less Republican voters — and that means we win every election from here on out!” —Michael Moore

Village idiot: “Humanity is waging war on nature. This is suicidal. Nature always strikes back — and it is already doing so with growing force and fury.” —UN Secretary General Antonio Gutteres

And last… “If you can loot businesses, burn down buildings, [and] engage in protest, you can also go to a Christmas party.” —White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany

Don Bessee

No shit! -

“If I could communicate one thing to the American people from this unique vantage point, it is that the People’s Republic of China poses the greatest threat to America today, and the greatest threat to democracy and freedom world-wide since World War II,” wrote Mr Ratcliffe in an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal.

Mr Ratcliffe said Beijing is preparing for an “open-ended period of confrontation with the US”, claiming the intelligence to support this assertion is clear.

“I call its approach of economic espionage ‘rob, replicate and replace’. China robs US companies of their intellectual property, replicates the technology, and then replaces the US firms in the global marketplace,” said Mr Ratcliffe



Don Bessee

Its about time -




From Don's 9:02
""You can't convert political disagreement into a recall,"
Like HELL you can't.. If plenty of people "disagree" with your politics they sure as hell can kick you to the curb.
Commie bitch.....
That's what they did to Trump, and manufactured "evidence" to do it.

Bill Tozer

'Morning Joe': Politician 'Stealing Christmas' Is 'An Act of Love'

‘Trump Won His Other Campaign—to Destroy Media Credibility‘
Larry Elder / @larryelder /



Yup,, proggys are REAL tollarent.

A case of terminal butthurt?


Bat Guano Rudy is Rabid


I am liking this Lin Wood fellow,

At Pro-Trump Georgia Rally, Lawyer Lin Wood Says Don't Vote for GOP Senators in 'Rigged' Runoffs: 'They've Not Earned It'

Barry Pruett


Password last night at trumps rally for the media to log onto the Wi-Fi was “ “RiggedElection!” Lol

Barry Pruett

We are going to have a wild six weeks between now and the inauguration of a President from 2020 to 2024. Pennsylvania might be the first want to roll on Tuesday. Georgia is going to have a bunch of problems coming here in the near future. There’s a high likelihood that they bring their legislature back into special session to deal with the election questions. Wisconsin is going to have a tough time too. Big blatantly violating the law to the tune of like 150,000 ballots. We could still be seeing President Trump in six weeks. Constitutionally it’s very interesting. In any event election security is going to be on the front burner in every state for the next two years.🇺🇸

Bill Tozer

@ 2:07 pm
“I am liking this Lin Wood fellow“. -Duhemorrhoids

Really? I like Lin Woods, too, on occasional. We have something in common. Lin has a long stellar history in law, specializing in media abuses beyond protected speech for our 4th Estate. They say nobody knows slander and libel laws better and can (and has) knows how to sue media and win, well, the name Lin Woods is the go to man.

Mr. Woods defended JonBenet Ramsey’s ten year old brother murder case as well as both parents. Other notable cases including taking on a case pro bono and won millions of dollars in settlement cases against the Wa Post, CNN, and some other major news outfit, like NBC and 9 media personalities. Lin warned them and told them to retract and apologize, but no. No way, Jose.
When Lin Woods prevailed, winning bukoo bucks for his client, the young innocent 16 year who was maliciously slandered and falsely lied about causing immediate death threats to his entire family and Hollywood actresses offering blow jobs to anyone who would smack the minor...the child...in the face. The ruthlessly slandered youth for something he did not do name is Nick Sandmann.

I like Lin’s work at times. Apparently, so do you, Duhiarrhea. I remember how His Lardass and other wack jobs like Ozz went crazy demonizing the Covington Catholic School boys; kids actually. And all the class warfare and religious bigotry came out in spades from the media and all the Lefties, and all lefty media’s pinholes. Private School! Rich and priviledged private prep school boys like Bret Kavanaugh and evil intolerant Catholics school to boot. The horror, the horror.

The Washington Post settles lawsuit with Nick Sandmann after viral March for Life controversy

The Washington Post, Nick Sandmann settle $250 million lawsuit out of court

CNN: The Washington Post settles lawsuit with Nick Sandmann after viral March for Life controversy
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They did it too!

CNN settles lawsuit with Nick Sandmann


The Ramsey murder case

No wonder D likes Lin Woods. He just does not like his clients. Hates them

paul emery

Dream on Barry

Bill Tozer

I would be amiss not to mention last week’s other big story before moving on.

“I’ve totally solved the Great Monolith of 2020 Mystery. It’s obvious in fact: they are just Christo’s last, posthumous performance art project. I know, it may be hard to wrap your head around this, but it’s not like Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself or something. But this time the joke’s on Christo, since everyone is going around in a mask in the greatest health performance art stunt ever. And everyone is in on it!”

Biden’s pick...or was it Biden’s pick? Who knows, but we have found common ground with the Wa Compost. Boy, is that Joey Nostrils ever the uniter. Gotta give credit where’s credit due.

It’s not just conservatives and insulted Republican Senators who are unhappy that Joe Biden has selected Neera Tanden to run the Office of Management and Budget. The Washington Post criticizes her from the left in populist terms:

“In her nine years helming Washington’s leading liberal think tank, Neera Tanden mingled with deep-pocketed donors who made their fortunes on Wall Street, in Silicon Valley and in other powerful sectors of corporate America.

Between 2014 and 2019, CAP [the Center for American Progress] received at least $33 million in donations from firms in the financial sector, private foundations primarily funded by wealth earned on Wall Street and in other investment firms, and current or former executives at financial firms such as Bain Capital, Blackstone and Evercore, according to a Washington Post analysis of CAP’s donor disclosures and some of the foundations’ public tax filings. In the same time period, CAP received between $4.9 million and $13 million from Silicon Valley companies and foundations, including Facebook and founder Mark Zuckerberg’s philanthropic organization.“

Nearly every quality think tank receives corporate donations (as does the Federalist Society), and think tanks are a natural source of expertise for an administration. The current OMB director, Russell Vought, served as vice president of Heritage Action for America, the Post notes.

This reality may aggravate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and (these days) Tucker Carlson. But I doubt that it bothers the Washington Post......


Most American cities are poorly governed, but some–Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis–are so badly governed that one wonders whether they can survive. Christopher Rufo documents the latest madness in Seattle:

“In October, the Seattle City Council floated legislation to provide an exemption from prosecution for misdemeanor crimes for any citizen who suffers from poverty, homelessness, addiction, or mental illness.”

Obviously, a large percentage of crimes are committed by people who fall into one or more of those categories. In fact:

Under the proposed ordinance, courts would have to dismiss all so-called “crimes of poverty” — which, according to the city’s former public-safety advisor, would cover more than 90 percent of all misdemeanor cases citywide. In effect, the legislation would create a new class of “untouchables,” protected from consequences by the city’s powerbrokers.

This initiative, if adopted, would make Seattle unlivable:

“On a practical level, if this ordinance becomes law, it will effectively legalize an entire spectrum of misdemeanor crimes, including theft, assault, harassment, drug possession, property destruction, and indecent exposure. Criminals must simply establish that they have an addiction, mental-health disorder, or low income in order to evade justice. The impact of this measure would be enormous.

In 2019, the Seattle Police Department reported 25,993 thefts, 8,442 assaults, 6,430 property offenses, 4,194 frauds, 3,910 trespasses, and 1,640 narcotics violations — representing 72 percent of all reported crimes. If the ordinance passes, nearly all these crimes would be permitted under law.”



Bill, TL;DR

paul emery


I can't believe you support Trump. He's nuts and a total liar. This is the latest direct quote from Sidney Powell that he re-tweeted:

“There is no telling how many Congressional & Senate seats, and even Governorships, we’ve lost because of this [election fraud]. They’ve been telling us that the country has been trending blue. It has not. That is an abject lie. We’ve collected the data that’s going to show that, among many other things.”



Punchy here's a little bit that might change your mind (or at least introduce a wee bit o' doubt) were you not so captured by the bs...



This one is also worth reading

George Rebane

PaulE 905pm - You expressed your disbelief many times over the years, and I've detailed the contours of my support for Trump. Take your voter fraud comments to 'Voter Fraud 5.0 ...', and read the 6dec20 update to gain additional understanding of my position about this election. I know you don't parse these things, but revealing nationwide voter fraud, and maintaining that Trump won the election are two separate issues to be resolved.

Don Bessee

A midnight snack for the pony tail of ignorance -



Bill Tozer

Not quite a midnight snack, but another story buried by the Lamestream media last week:

Carter Page is suing the FBI for damages and is expected to receive a handsome settlement. Unfortuantely, the taxpayers are on the hook for the FBI's gross violations of civil liberties and the law.
In more news about Durham and the Clinesmith case...


This is why they are called poppinjsts and the Enemy of the Prople:

"The entire story was bolstered by media outlets reporting anonymous sources that didn’t even appear to have direct knowledge of the investigation or any of the allegations, referred to only as “sources familiar with the matter.” After the story was revealed to be false, media outlets and politicians stopped bring it up, but never had to answer for their repeated false claims."


I can't believe you support Trump. He's nuts and a total liar.

Every single time and for all conceivable things political you emote like a high school mean girl....


Georgia lemmings flock to Trump superspreader event last weekend. Why is Trump telling the minions to vote in the Senate runoff race when he "knows" the voting apparatus is hacked and rigged?


Damned LIBshits sure have plenty of hate.
They getting ideas from Portland?


Pussies with guns,

"Michigan secretary of state says armed protesters gathered outside her home"



Posted by: D | 07 December 2020 at 09:07 AM

Pussies with guns....

That's funny! Not that they did that! But that such vigorous and masculine man like yourself thought to comment!

George Rebane

D 725am - Now that's a good question, and a good exercise in logic for you to ponder. Why indeed would you advise people to vote against the side you believe is rigging the election in their favor? Try to puzzle on it.

paul emery

Rack up another loss for Trump Running out of time. From Brietbart no less...tick tock tick tock...

Georgia Governor and Lieutenant Governor Announce They Will Not Call Special Session of Legislature over Election

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan, both Republicans, released a statement on Sunday that said they will not call the general assembly back into session to address concerns of election integrity in the presidential election.



But, but, George: Who is counting those votes? What machines will be used? All elections are rigged (unless the Cons win)!


The GOP is tearing itself apart over a one term president who got impeached and lost the popular vote twice... that just proves you can’t fix stupid LOL


Punchy, remind everyone... who is being pointed at by Sidney Powell as the guy who bought into Dominion Voting Systems in Georgia?

George Rebane

D 1049am - Sure sounds like you didn't understand my 1007am.

Todd Juvinall

Dominion machines in one Georgis county were fed the same number of trump and biden ballots. Results were 26% win for Biden. Maybe the machines are faulty? Nothing to see there I guess for the Gov.


Todd. I' sure Emery and the D- have a "perfectly" good explanation for that.

Todd Juvinall

LOL Walt. I bet they do.


Posted by: D | 07 December 2020 at 10:49 AM

The GOP is tearing itself apart over a one term president who got impeached and lost the popular vote twice... that just proves you can’t fix stupid LOL

Point by point:

1) So?

2) So?

3) So?

4) Can't fix fat either....it seems.

Was there a point with your earlier irrelevancies?

The sock puppets manipulated by multiple hands are the worst!


NOW look who is protecting the domestic terrorists.

"The president of the New York Young Republicans club, Gavin Wax, was censored by Twitter for saying that members of the violent, far-left Antifa movement should be in jail while critiquing the attorney general for inaction on the issue."

I bet the ferrel LIBs haven't been censored.... Ever.


Posted by: George Rebane | 07 December 2020 at 11:17 AM - Is that how you vote: for only one political party; or, for the candidate you think will be a better representative?
You are not factoring in the "known Trump/Powell/Giuliani/Elite Strike Team facts" that all these voting systems are rigged and hacked, and the people who count the ballots in Republican governed states with Republican Secretaries of State are liars and cheaters?
Lin Wood is right, Republicans should not vote.


Says the Communist sympathiser. Still haven't said who is going to pay for all the free shit. D- You somehow immune from massive taxation? O massive one?


Court packing on steroids.
Funny,,, the Left didn't have a problem when their boy "O" left plenty positions unfilled. Trump fixed that.

Speaking of justice,, when is Emery and D- moving to downtown Seattle? It's the kind of justice they dreamed of...
No crime to big to let slide.... Just claim "I'm disadvantaged".

George Rebane

D 1144am - (Sigh!)

Don Bessee

Bought and paid for -




walt 233pm

" Funny,,, the Left didn't have a problem when their boy "O" left plenty positions unfilled. Trump fixed that."

I seem to recall the dems screaming (speaking metaphorically) about McConnell slow walking judicial nominees at all levels, not just the SCOTUS seat that he and his Senate stole fair and square.


"G".. I don't remember getting judges on the bench was that much of a priority for "O"&Co. It was cutting into his golf tee times.


Where is Emery? Here is his CON job.

Maybe the LIBS should start paying their bills first.

Don Bessee

And people say soros is misunderstood well besides that selling out jews as a family business -

George Gascon, the new George Soros-backed Los Angeles District Attorney, was sworn in on Monday, and immediately ended the use of cash bail for most crimes, while also barring prosecutors from seeking the death penalty in new cases.

Gascon appeared poised to do for L.A. what he did for San Francisco, a city now synonymous with petty crime, drug abuse, and sidewalk defecation. The out-of-town “progressive” ousted Jackie Lacey, the first African American woman to hold the office, with the support of millions from Soros, California’s left-wing establishment, and Black Lives Matter activists.



Bill Tozer

Daily Quotes

Upright: “Life has risks, and we need to take precautions, but that’s no excuse to intimidate people and shut down churches. If 150 people can keep packing out planes, elbow to elbow for hours, then there’s no reason we can’t sit in a pew on Sunday morning. Religious liberty is a fundamental freedom. Flying on a plane isn’t.” —Tony Perkins

Observations: “It’s not good to be too cynical, but these days, it’s harder and harder not to be. We now have a country full of cynics. They’ve been trained to be cynical. All the lying and posturing and phony branding and hypocrisy come with a price, and that price is nobody believes anything or anyone anymore.” —Neil Patel

For the record: “There is a lot [of people] on that illiberal left that absolutely condescend, patronize, and are arrogant toward the other 50%. Many people … when Trump was voted in four years ago, they were in denial that it was actually real. Some of them were in absolute denial.” —Matthew McConaughey

The BIG Lie: “The Steele dossier was not used in any way to undergird the judgments that came out of the intelligence community assessment about the Russian actions in the 2016 election.” —John Brennan

Income Redistribution 101: “Even if [Americans] don’t know one of our 43 million friends and neighbors buried under 1.5 trillion dollars in federal student loan debt, they understand the need to boost to our struggling economy. This is Econ 101: the best way to jumpstart our economy is to put more money in working families’ pockets — money they can spend in their communities.” —Senator Elizabeth Warren and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer

Race bait: “McCarthyism was never defeated. Trumpism won’t be either.” —Yale professor Beverly Gage in The Washington Post

Blowing a gasket: “I’m done with being polite! I actually would like people in this country to stay alive. Unlike some of your friends and Republicans in the Senate and in the House. And President Trump, whose presidency is killing people.” —MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski

Victimitis: “Those of us in journalism have to come to terms with the fact that free speech, a principle that we hold sacred, is being weaponized against the principles of journalism.” —The New Yorker’s Steve Coll

Non compos mentis: “The push to reopen schools is rooted in sexism, racism and misogyny.” —Chicago Teachers Union

And last… “Business owners are being arrested in America for just trying to earn a living. In America. Think about that. What a disgrace.” —Lisa Boothe
That is exactly my first thought when Biden opened his pie hole. Exactly. The Dems have mastered an uncanny way of subconsciously projecting. Usually, it’s what they are accusing all others (R’s) of doing what they themselves are doing. But, this time no finger pointing. Projection just rolls of Biden’s lips with a astonishing such lack of self awareness.

‘Did Biden Reveal His White House Exit Plan?’
He talks of faking a disease and resigning. Is that his plan if he and Kamala Harris fundamentally disagree?

Exit question. Joey Fingers stated he broke his foot (hairline fracture) when he came out of the shower and starting chasing with the little dog. He said he was trying to catch the mutt and pull its tail when the injury occurred. No reason to doubt him .

So, the exit question is: Have any of you ever chased a dog trying to pull on its tail? Have any of you good dog lovers purposely yanked on your beloved pet’s tail? Obviously, it’s not something a dog enjoys and a loving master just does not run after a dog trying to pull on pull on the dog’s tail.

What kind of pet owner does that?? A friggin sicko chases his puppy just to tug on its tail. I can understand unknowingly doing it once. No wonder the pup ran off. What dog wouldn’t? Me thinks Dementia Joe broke his foot trying to stomp on Fido’s tail. Sick shit, man.

Corn Pop was a bad dude.



Race bait: “McCarthyism was never defeated. Trumpism won’t be either.” —Yale professor Beverly Gage in The Washington Post

McCarthy has been proven to have been right.

"Trumpism" is only going to gain traction. Just wait till
Harris/ Biden start screwing with the nation. Need a hint of what's to come? Just look at the scarry cabinet picks.

Start with Xavier Becerra for health and human services.... Really? With just what experience in the field? So he sued Trump 400 times.... Yup real qualifications for the job.

Bill Tozer

Ok folks, I have had something on my mind for two weeks now that has made me so sick to my stomach that I have not even been able to speak about it or address it for days and days on in. It literally made me ill. Couldn’t even bring myself to talk about it...until now.

With all the election stuff going down sucking all the air out of the room, this may seem to the casual reader a comment from left field. It’s about Ukraine.

I had no idea to the extent of the corruption when I said the Dems have no idea what a can of worms they are opening up in Ukraine....are you sure you Dems wanna go there? They did.

Put for a moment Hunter Biden out of the picture. Ah heck, put Sleazy Joe out of the picture, too. Who was the fired Ukrainian Prosecutor General investigating before Hunter? Who was our government paying millions of dollars to fund a NGO group called Ukrainians Against Corruption or whatever the group called themselves? Funded by our State Department through the US Embassy in Kiev. Millions of dollars, US.

Answer: the Ukrainian fired prosecutor was investigating George Soros and the group he funded and the US paid quite well, the misnomer Corruption Busters (whatever their front was called ). Seems the axed prosecutor was investigating some serious Soros stuff. Soros pushed to have the prosecutor fired. Soros had a billion dollar business deal pending in Ukraine and by getting the Prosecutor General fired, he also eliminated his completion in the billion dollar business deal.

When the news of this started to get out, they panicked. Panicked big time. The lid on the corruption, the US role via the State Department in Ukraine concerning Soros and others and all the slime was ready to blow off and see the light of day. Panic time! Time for action plan.

Whistleblower runs to Schifflips, All the moving parts in place. Impeach Trump now!

I can’t go on. I have too much repulsion to continue on. I once said (about the Russian Hoax) that all roads lead through Ukraine. I was wrong. Some roads lead through Ukraine and from there.....Holy Smokes. What a can of worms was stumbled upon. Nothing to do with weapons to Ukraine or Hunter.

I must stop here. Back to Trump and the Lying Dems and the election of 2020.


We say goodbye to a national hero.
Chuck Yeager has passed. I will miss seeing that " BELL X 1"
licence plate now and then in the Wildwood shopping center.

Bill Tozer

@ 7:22 pm Sad news, indeed.

Once, many moons ago, I was visiting a great man (now deceased) recovering from knee surgery. Was there to help him move his heavy chair, for fun and for free. Too heavy for the his bride to move, plus I moved his TV closet to the chair. His wife had the sewing circle going in the house with all these great ladies making quilts.
Anyway, while I was there, this guy pulls up in a older pickup wearing overalls, dropping off a crate of free peaches to his friend and checking in on him as well. The man asked me if I would like to take home some peaches. I declined his offer for the peaches, not something I wanted to haul around all day in a hot truck in a heat wave...with little room and a busy schedule.
When he left, the person I was visiting told me the peach guy was Chuck Yeager.

I have met Chuck Yeager, but did not know it at the time. He was just neighborly guy in overalls named “Chuck”.

RIP, Mr. Yeager.


The FAA isn't happy until you're not happy.


Take the vax, lose your medical certificate. Go get the illness instead is what they seem to be saying... but at least it's natural.

Bill Tozer

Heather MacDonald on systemic racism in hiring and promotions and academia. She certainly backs up her point of view with a plethora of facts.

‘The Bias Fallacy’
It’s the achievement gap, not systemic racism, that explains demographic disparities in education and employment.


Don Bessee

Indeed RIP -



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