Thursday, January 25, 2018

Global Warming A Global Topic At Davos so Mother Nature Dumps 6 feet of Snow

by Steve MacDonald January 25, 2018

#Davos disrupted as global elite gather amid snowiest ever meeting. Even the town’s helicopter pad was closed because of the snowstorm. https://t.co/ohZegAyqft via @welt #WEF18 pic.twitter.com/ltNWrzG9qv — Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) January 23, 2018 Zero Hedge commentary and more “humor” here.

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Democrats want People Needing Handouts, Republicans want People to Prosper

by Don January 25, 2018

Democrats hysterically lash out against President Trump because Democrats desperately need to divert attention from Democrat failures to improve the lives of most Americans and from President Trump’s successes in improving Americans’ lives. During President Obama’s eight years only the rich prospered, most of the rest of us became poorer.  And Democrats continue opposing President […]

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Trump-Trashing ‘Missing’ FBI Texts are Missing No Longer

by Steve MacDonald January 25, 2018

The Office of Inspector General has announced that the missing FBI texts trashing Trump have been found. “The OIG has been investigating this matter and, this week, succeeded in using forensic tools to recover text messages from FBI devices, including text messages between Mr. Strzok and Ms. Page that were sent or received between December 14, 2016 and […]

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Dem’s Using Russia Narrative To Silence Speech They Oppose

by Steve MacDonald January 25, 2018

David Harsanyi writing in The Federalist wades into the latest on the #Releasethememo kerfuffle. The “memo” is rumored to outline FBI abuses some would have made public. Democrats (why is it always Democrats?) are scrambling to block the memo or discredit its contents, among them Dianne Feinstein and Rep. Adam Schiff; who are suggesting that the Russians […]

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Quick Thought – it should have been a DGU

by Skip January 25, 2018

Really, this time, a Quick Thought! Belmont man was beaten by masked man Sunday Henry Dionne says three mistakes allowed him to become the victim of a home invasion in which he was kept on the floor and subjected to threats and beatings early Sunday morning. Dionne said he was putting wood into his stove at […]

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Has Hollywood really jumped the shark and is admitting it has no ideas? Murphy Brown

by Skip January 25, 2018

We’ve been subjected to years of movie sequels and prequels and our fair of TV show retreads.  The prime contemporary examples of the latter are the reboots of Roseanne with its entire cast (really, can you imagine Roseanne as a Trump supporter) and now one of the “iconic” TV shows that turned itself into a […]

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NFL Ratings Crash Carries Into Post-Season

by Op-Ed January 25, 2018

By Jim Johnson From the Associated Press: “Ratings Crash for Vikings-Eagles NFC Championship Game, Jags-Pats Earn Lowest Early Game Rating Since 2013” Television ratings for the National Football League continue to plummet, stadium attendance diminishes week after week, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell seems oblivious to the leagues deteriorating appeal among football enthusiasts.

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There’s a Petition To Cut The Number of Democrat Super Delegates

by Steve MacDonald January 25, 2018

In a recent MoveOn.org email Chris Liquori from Portsmouth, New Hampshire is promoting a petition to cut the number of Democrat Superdelegates by 60 percent. Vote to enact the Democratic National Committee Unity Reform Commission’s recommendations on reducing superdelegates by 60% in time for the 2020 primary cycle at the next DNC meeting. Chris goes […]

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