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17 February 2021


Don Bessee

The peoples republic of berzerkly is as stupid as ever, will they call it a hate crime? -



Bill Tozer

Companies That Donated To Gov. Gavin Newsom To Help With Coronavirus Were Rewarded With No-Bid State Contracts


George Rebane

re BillT 445pm - that's corruption. Now we await the liberals' crickets to weigh in.

Bill Tozer

Oh my. Peeping Tom will not want to hear this.


“It takes a special kind of partisanship not to recognize that liberalism has demonstrably failed.

You’d think the “progressives” would be totally embarrassed that their economic model is such an unmitigated failure, that they have to go hat-in-hand to the fast-recovering red states begging for money? Blue states like California were once the trend-setting, wealth-producing states that laid the path for the future of America. Now progressivism has relegated them to the status of beggar states that have to go to places like Alabama and Arkansas for handouts.

Sad but true. Blue states like California, New York and Illinois are basket cases, and bailing them out will be a top priority of the Biden administration. Are liberals entirely incapable of learning from experience? Well, yeah. They are still trying to sell socialism, the most comprehensive failure in the history of the human race.

Liberals are also busily smearing successful red states. Why not, since smearing is what they are best at? To take just one example, the Democratic Party press has launched one dishonest attack after another against South Dakota’s Governor Kristi Noem. This might seem strange–when has the Governor of South Dakota ever come in for a concerted national smear campaign?

But there is no mystery. Noem is a potential presidential or vice-presidential nominee in 2024, and Democrats are conducting battle space preparation. After all, they wouldn’t want voters to know that South Dakota has the lowest unemployment rate in the country, at an extraordinary 3.0 percent. Voters might get the wrong idea!.”


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