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October 21, 2017

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DrJ

First!

henry

On the other hand, if they don't get rid of CFPB Corday (or his successors) will mandate all retirement accounts must invest all funds in blind blue state / city bond ETF's. This could be Congresscritters protecting us from their own sticky fingers.

We are so screwed either way.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-czech-election/billionaire-babis-scores-big-in-czech-election-idUSKBN1CQ05Y?il=0

Kaiser Derden

no Republican is proposing this... this is nothing but fake news meant to upset the right ...

Jack is Back!

I am not an economist or a banker but I married one's daughter and always thought that the one weak member of economic growth and stablization was our diminutative savings per capita. Puts such a strain politically that it is a 3rd rail to put a means test on SS.

Paging Jimmk to the White Courtesy Phone.

Kaiser Derden

and its working ... look at the reaction ... ignore it ... its BS

Janeprobably about 10 minutes after getting there

Henry,

(Cont from last thread)

Maybe I'm naive, but my assumption has never been that all lawyers are corrupt. First of all you don't know what the facts are that another lawyer is dealing with. So you don't see the corruption first hand _ even if you work with them.

My opinion is that a lot more lawyers are bad lawyers, not corrupt ones. I concede that the state is different. A friend who was a DA at the time once showed me the room where they took all the kids to teach them how to testify against a family in a child moletation case. The family was released after 15 years in jail. Those prosecutors were absolutely sure they were right, they just needed the kids to go along. I'm sure they believed their corruption was for the greater good.

You would recognize the name if I could remember it. If Rocco is around he'll know who I'm talking about.

Jack is Back!

KD,

Without knowing its efficacy we are reacting to the "idea" even if only in the back of some progs head. At JOM we are known to be pre-emptive and reactionary at the same time.

Army scores to tie it up with 1 second remaining against Temple.

Jack is Back!

Black Knights in OT against the Owls. [No, I am not narciso]

daddy

Stock Market hits another all time high on Friday. 5.3 trillion dollars up since Election. Fake News doesn't spent much time on this!

We will only hear from the MSM about the Stock Market if and when it goes negative.

Captain Hate

You would recognize the name if I could remember it. If Rocco is around he'll know who I'm talking about.

The Amiraults?

Jack is Back!

Army wins on Rutgers missed FG in OT.

Now its Navy v. UCF. Behind by 7 already.

B

henry

Jane, fair enough. The reality is we are all human, thus fallible. (Even lawyers. ;) ). I look at institutions I'm associated with, Yale, former employers like Chase Manhatten, etc. it is difficult to accept they have gone off the rails. To the extent I ignored that, I furthered the damage they did and still do. McCarthy is still at the "public service, so honorable" stage. He misses the fundamental "human, so fallible." Applies to his own defense of Mueller and Comey, those honorable public servants per his writing. He is too blind to see it, but his writing aided the corruption. That makes him a useful idiot at best?

Catsmeat

Lyle, many condolences for Biscuit. A GOOD dog. And thank you, JiB, for the hymn--words better than tune, in my opinion, but a lovely thing.

And McCarthy is a tool. Tools never really know that they are tools.

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

From SqD on the last thread;
--Most certainly. In fact it includes most of the State government of the West since Hobbes hatch the term "Leviathan", provided you exclude the various collectivist governments of the 20th Century, and the late 18th and early 19th centuries.--

I use Leviathan in the modern vernacular, similarly to how you use Nomenklatura.
Those European powers from Hobbes forward often were established on absolute authority of the monarch or later that state but seldom were they the super-states that have existed since 1789 when the idea of the state's insinuation into every aspect of a society's life was legitimized by the political left.
In practice absolute monarchs could be quite arbitrary but except in times of national emergency or national insanity did not and largely could not control and regulate every aspect of its citizens' lives as has occurred in the last couple of hundred years.
Such systems were not unknown previous to that certainly but their prevalence and the systemic philosophy behind them along with the means to enforce them are increasingly common and more easily accomplished.
It's the basic difference between authoritarian and totalitarian systems that Orwell, among others, never tired of noting.

daddy

Question.

Does anyone know if the code that Julian Assange tweeted out last week has anything to do with what has subsequently come out about Uranium 1 and the Clinton's, or is his tweet related to something else we have not heard about yet?

Marlene

Oh lyle,I'm so sorry about Biscuit.

Jack is Back!

Catsmeat,

Bringing over for all the pet lovers in the world:

lyle, forgot to post this for you and Bisquit. "All Creatures Great and Small" is a Church of England (Anglican aka Episcopal) hymn that James Herriot, the Yorkshire Vet, borrowed for his famous book.

1.
All things bright and beautiful,
All creatures great and small,
All things wise and wonderful,
The Lord God made them all.

2.
Each little flower that opens,
Each little bird that sings,
He made their glowing colours,
He made their tiny wings.

All things bright ...

3.
The rich man in his castle,
The poor man at his gate,
God made them high and lowly,
And ordered their estate.

All things bright ...

4.
The purple headed mountain,
The river running by,
The sunset and the morning,
That brightens up the sky;−

All things bright ...

5.
The cold wind in the winter,
The pleasant summer sun,
The ripe fruits in the garden,−
He made them every one:

All things bright ...

6.
The tall trees in the greenwood,
The meadows where we play,
The rushes by the water,
We gather every day;−

All things bright ...

7.
He gave us eyes to see them,
And lips that we might tell,
How great is God Almighty,
Who has made all things well.

daddy

McCarthy is still at the "public service, so honorable" stage. He misses the fundamental "human, so fallible." Applies to his own defense of Mueller and Comey, those honorable public servants per his writing. He is too blind to see it, but his writing aided the corruption. That makes him a useful idiot at best?

Henry,

I think that diagnosis applies to many and especially to Dr Charles Krauthammer, who I think is probably a great guy but is woefully naive about the downside of human nature.

daddy

Before reading Iggy's excellent comments on Leviathan I was going to ask him if he'd read The Great Upheaval.

After reading Iggy's excellent comments on Leviathan I was going to ask him if he wrote The Great Upheaval:)

Captain Hate

If the case was the Amirault case, I don't know how anyone could excuse what the prosecution did to railroad innocent people. The stories that were used just defied sanity and there was no physical evidence that anything happened. Plus they relied on the recovered memory quackery that has been thoroughly discredited. Frankly the jurors must have been a bunch of gullible idiots to believe that nonsense. Only through Dorothy Rabinowitz's work in exposing this was justice ultimately done; and partial justice at best since I believe one of the women family members died in prison.

I was shaking in anger as I read the WSJ reporting of it. That something like that could happen in this country should be unthinkable.

Janeprobably about 10 minutes after getting there

Yup the amiraults

Thomas Collins

Amirault family, Jane. Fells Acre Day Care, I believe, was the name of the business.

Lawyers in general? My assessment is that both lawyers and non-lawyers overestimate the power of lawyers. Lawyers are the servants of their clients. If the correct judgment is that lawyers are inherently corrupt, in my opinion, that is because the center of gravity of clients as a whole (not every client, but looking at clients as a mass asset) is corruption.

Lawyers are not even Garden of Eden serpents tempting Adam and Eve clients, who are quite capable of corruption on their own even if lawyers were not present.

Jack is Back!

daddy,

Ever spent any time inside the DC beltway? I mean for an extended period of time? Next time there, drive around, not just DC but Maryland and Virginia. Count all the cars that have various bumper stickers like "Only Deplorables Watch Fox", "Impeach Trump", "Coexist" and others of the same ilk.

Its an Industry town but the Industry is "Swamp Construction and Maintenance". All those NRO crowd, Weakley Standard and MSM crowd are all fully bought into the idea of protesting and criticism but don't ever open the doors. Keep the invaders out and if you have a chance, kill them or make them to never want to charge our little bit of territory again.

Janeprobably about 10 minutes after getting there

Don't forget the Amirault case happened right after the CA case that I think Iggy mentioned yesterday. No excuse, but it's more understandable.

I was outraged at the DA's behavior but had no idea what I could do about it, because anyone I could tell was in on it.

Captain Hate

Jane,

Did you know Scott Harshbarger?

JimNorCal

It's always puzzling how an infinite amount of effort is expended on raising money but approximately zero effort on cutting spending.

daddy

Heck,

I'm still outraged over the "No Knock" raids against Governor Walker's supporters in GUS and Henry land. How can it be that 4 years later and we still have not got a scintilla of punishment or resolution on that crime?

BTW, Just looked out the window and it's snowing. 23F.

Jane (Stand against the Coup)

I knew him enough to say "hello" and be recognized as a lawyer, because I would run into him at Suffolk Superior Court occasionally. He had no idea what my name was.

henry

Amiraults, WI John Doe, Meuller / Comey et al., unmasking, FISA secret warrants, and on and on.

Public servants = honorable.

Prosecutorial immunity.

Difficult for me to separate these. They are a tyranny of the rulers put in place in spite of our Constitution.

Next thing you know we'll have an AG who wants to expand asset forfeiture. But no worries, an honorable public servant will watch over it.

Marlene

Jane,I think you'll be up north when we arrive,but I'll be in touch. We're leaving the 3rd and arriving the 6th or 7th. We have to stop in NH,but not DC. We're taking the overland route. :)

Jane (Stand against the Coup)

Henry, I agree with you. We can no longer trust our government. I have no idea how to fix that. We probably haven't been able to trust our government in my entire lifetime, now we just see it more.

henry

Jane, I think our founding fathers wrote the Cobstition with the idea that we cannot trust our government. I'm not sure if the big con was Wilson or FDR, or earlier.

henry

Constitution. Even just now autospell wanted to flip it to "Cobstitution." I trust Apple even less than I trust government.

Jack is Back!

marlene,

Our Candadian members only leave after their Thanksgiving so they can then enjoy our Thanksgiving. Double dippers.

Captain Hate

Local prosecutors are the weak links in the legal chain in terms of choosing what cases to pursue. Stephanie Tubbs Jones definitely sat on some cases involving the Stokes family and was rewarded by being the heir to Louis Stokes congressional seat. I wouldn't have known about that except for the alternative press since the sleepy Plain Dealer ignored all of it.

I used to ride the rapid transit with a long time attorney in the prosecutors office. He gave me periodic "you don't want to know what goes on" general statements.

Jack is Back!

henry,

How can you forget Teddy? You know it had to start with him since he is a hero to the left for national parks and such.

 narcisoyea

And then there was the notorious fuster case in south Florida, the witchtrial presided by a witch.

Thomas Collins

Shaker Rapid to Terminal Tower, CH?

henry

JiB, Teddy. Yes. I flinched at starting with him. Granted Harvard is not in his favor. Yet there he is on Mt DKEmore with Ford and two Bush's. One more institution I am associated with that needs reevaluation on my part. So I went with Wilson, Princeton and all that folderol.

exdemocrat

tell me again how he should quit using twitter?

https://i.redd.it/ut1osbqpo8tz.jpg

Jack is Back!

To all dog lovers who are still in mourning for Biscuit, here is how thse left approaches pets - metaphysically and in their constant illusion of reality. Waiting for their blithering analysis of Trump voters.

https://www.lrb.co.uk/v29/n04/elizabeth-marshall-thomas/evas-ribs?utm_source=LRB+themed+email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20171021+themed&utm_content=usca_subs

exdemocrat

the use of "officials" is intriguing - and not accidental, imo

daddy

Constitution. Even just now autospell wanted to flip it to "Cobstitution." I trust Apple even less than I trust government.

I can't figure out why every time I try to type Menendez auto spell check corrects it to Melendez. There is no human I know named Melendez but there a million named Menendez, and one Menendez is up to his eyeballs in a corruption trial. Is that misspelling intentionally being done to hamper searches for the latest on the corrupt New Jersey Senator?

I wouldn't put it past them.

BTW, anyone got an update on the good Senator Melindez?

squaredance

Lyle: My condolences. Losing a good dog is one of the hardest things in life.

Just remember that with you she really had the best life she could have had--the one she wanted.

Marlene

Jack,I think the Canadians have started to head down to FL,because I've seen a lot of PEI,New Brunswick and Nova Scotia license plates driving I-95S when I go to Bangor for appointments and retail therapy.

mockmook

exdemocrat,

Can't DT order the FBI (or whoever) to release the info?

This is what is so maddening.

Cowboy Clown

"Just remember that with you she really had the best life she could have had--the one she wanted."

Really? The one she wanted? You are a sexist and racist, sir.

joan

Sorry about Biscuit, Lyle -- she was blessed to have such a good family to live with.

exdemocrat

mockmook - if he can, the fact that he hasn't is part of his greater plan

Texas Liberty Gal

Lyle - I know what you're going through with the loss of Biscuit. In our 30+years of marriage we've had 3 dogs pass on. Hurts just as bad each time. So sorry.

Jack is Back!

Marlene,

Isn't it amazing? Everyone wants to come here, even Candadians, where the world's best health care is practiced (outside of Cuba, of course). Then we have all the Mexicans and Central Americans.

But we are the great white evil and should just disappear off the face of the earth.

daddy

Every time someone mentions self driving cars, I ask if they want the same dudes writing their auto-correct function to be steering their cars...

But think about this: will you be liable for that overnight Windoze 27 update that prevents the hack that causes your car to swerve across the centerline that never happened because you forgot to plug in the charger.

MannyT,

About 15 years back they decided, because of a bunch of Tail Strikes on landing, to input the 902 upload to the software that controls the MD-11. It changed something to do with nose lowering after the main wheels touched down and started spin up. It took us a while to realize that we had to fly the plane a bit different after main wheel spin up than we had before. I just put that forward as an example of how software changes how the machine acts, and humans have to compensate for the software changes. I think self driving cars ought to be tried out first in North Korea.

Jack is Back!

daddy,

During one of their military parades?

daddy

Works for me, Jack:)

 narcisoyea

Sacre bleu:

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/10/sharia-law-and-the-relative-mercies-of-french-justice/

henry

Perhaps self driving scoops from Soylent Green for NK.

Extraneus

We will only hear from the MSM about the Stock Market if and when it goes negative.

Didn't someone post something to the effect that Mnuchin is heading that off by implying the market will go down if Dems stand in the way of tax reform?

Jack is Back!

Navy needs to step it up. Down 15-14 to UCF (number one scoring team in the country). I want a big time Army-Navy game this year in Philly.

We'll be there:)

Nothing like it.

maryrose

Oklahoma / Kansas State game is fabulous!

Marlene

Hubby just came in from walking the dog down the road. The neighbors were walking with their chocolate lab,Ruger. Hubby said Ruger flushed a YUGE partridge and Scout went nuts. Ha. Life in the woods.

Jack is Back!

Sorry 21-14. Need to change my contacts.

Man Tran

daddy,

My kollege roomie was one of the first to sit left seat in an A-320. The auto throttle was really hard to adapt to given that the clean room software required that the cruise module had exit by bringing the engines to flight idle before handing off to the climb module. Ugh. Goes with some of that shit Sully anticipated before the splashdown.

maryrose

Lyle:
Glad Biscuit had such a loving family.
Had a great day with classmates planning our 50th high school reunion!
Lunch with two of my best friends.
No news weekend for me because what they cover is unimportant nonsense.

maryrose

Bama is on a roll!

Jack is Back!

maryrose,

Be honest. You all talke about how everyone you havent't seen in 50 years would look like, especially the Homecoming Queen, and the smartest kid and the BMOC. Right?

Extraneus

Hey, they could go one better than capping 401k contributions at $2,400.

Coupled with an income tax cut, they could require those of us who've contributed for decades to use the old tax tables when we withdraw the money.

Wouldn't that be fair?

Surely it's not who we are to allow people who deferred income when the tax rates were higher, to then turn around and withdraw the funds at a lower income tax rate, especially since any capital gains haven't been double-taxed.

(I think I'll preemptively be reaching for DoT's revolver now.)

maryrose

JIB:
The gals running it(I attended an all girls school) are not necessarily the. Smartest ones in our class or the former class leaders.Just women with great ideas and and a willingness to help.

squaredance

Well Iggy, I do not see how "Leviathan" has a "modern vernacular" meaning. It pretty much means the political philosophic notions of the State and Society as proposed by Hobbes. I do not discount that some pundits today misuse it. This is sort of my point, or, rather, a sub point. I think perhaps"Totalitarian State" in the more useful term, and indeed you do make that point later on in your post.

And, with the possible exception of the the Prussian State and the later Empire, it goes without saying that up to now in the West these totalitarian states have arisen from various forms of "Collectivist Oligarchies" created by the Left.

What we are going though today strikes me as bizarre today for two reasons: 1) it s being so successfully (and arrogantly) foisted on us with such little resistance, and 2) the collusions between multi-national globalists and the Left. This later point is perhaps why our response as been so tepid. It is insidious, serpentine and downright diabolical. They are actually trying to replace the native populations of the West right out in the open, and have advanced this with considerable success.

You do not have to go back very far to find a time when this would have been much opposed.--where they would have not even come close to daring it.

Obviously it is a political and a cultural battle. What we have is less a Totalitarian Government but rather a "totalitarian" takeover of almost all institutions. It is like an "internal invasion". It is completely new to the American Experience. Still, the aware subject of the Soviet State would know right away what is is going on: It is the "Deep State" (really our term for the apparat) and the Nomenklatura we must fight (not that there is not an overlap in member ship there.).

I really do not see how it is that different than the struggle inside the USSR at a basic level, other than we have no one to help us. It is the scale and the audacity of it that is so breathtaking (and confusing).

Again, the only fundamental difference is the collusion of the Globalists, that I mentioned before. But remember, the USSR's apparat and Nomenklatura were really about maintaining their position and keeping the rest in their places. They really were a gangster regime, and faced their own people as gangsters. They were in the end not ideologies.

The collusion with the globalist multinational have made this a weird political and ideological mishmash, and this confuses us. The election of Trump, however, shows me that people are much less confused than I had thought. His terrific and splendid inaugural speech highlights this. I never in my wildest dreams though I would here that out of a POTUS in front of the so called "great and the good' on the Capital steps. What an moment that was.

So there is hope yet, but it will be a hard slog.

The sad thing is that these vipers have no idea what they are playing with; they have no idea of what could come once they have destroyed everything. It will not work out as they imagine.

Also, a nit: I do not use "Nomenklatura" in any other sense than it was originally used in the USSR and later Communist China. I do not see how this usage is one of the "popular vernacular", but if it ever was, it was in the popular vernacular of those times and among those people, and not of the here and now. I know this for a fact for people are always scratching their heads when I use it. It exactly describes the Soviets, and it exactly describes what is going on now, and in fact one is the model for the other.

Another Bob

Re. Stephanie's car, anyone know offhand whether CAN/LIN bus connections are electrically isolated? Power in the signal lines?

And Trump threatening (?) release of the Kennedy assassination files? And wants the identity of the "dossier" purchaser revealed?

Jack is Back!

Soviet high class as SD defined it. Never knew it was used anywhere else except in the Soviet sphere (i.e Eastern Europe) "Special People" if I remember right.

rich

very sorry lyle.

Jack is Back!

Navy is putting a hurting on the #one offense in America. Stil behind but only by 3.

daddy, do you have it on?

daddy on iPhone

MT,

Design wise that sounds like an accident waiting to happen.

Our Autothrottles, at 50 feet on the radar altimeter on landing, automatically go to Idle, regardless of crosswinds or Tailwinds or headwinds or burble
or wake turb or anything else. Thankfully we can override them by holding them up, and we can also decide to not use Autothrotles. I use them when I have been off for a while and am rusty, until I get my scan back. They have their place but must be closly monitored instead of mindlessly relied upon. I've got some other rants I could go off on but thats enoungh to let folks know we are on the same page.

Another Bob

Daddy, I've read that with the MD, it's necessary to push the nose down in the flare?

maryrose

JIB
Think Navy can do it in 4 minutes.

 narcisoyea

I think it was the jugoslav milovan djilas who coined the term. But yes its generally referred to the in the eastern bloc.

Buckeye

Another Bob, don't think the transceivers for either CAN or LIN are electrically isolated.

I think your guess that noise is causing problems correct. Or something jabbering.

 narcisoyea

Travel to foreign countries, loser your hearing

http://babalublog.com/2017/10/21/state-dept-adds-two-more-victims-to-list-of-u-s-officials-injured-by-sonic-attacks-in-cuba

glasater

Evidently radical islamists from Iran are reading their history books:

BREAKING: Illegal Muslim From Iran Arrested For Starting California Wildfire

The California wildfires devastated the northern part of the state. Police initially arrested one suspect but released him after an investigation was conducted because the investigation led them to the actual person responsible for the fires: a 23-year-old man named Muhammad Islam.

Islam was born in Tehran, Iran and came to the United States in 2015 on a student visa, which expired when he dropped out of Dartmouth in November 2016. Fox News reported Thursday:

From WWII a black company was organized called Triple Nickel:

During the winter of 1944–45, the Japanese sent 9000 fire balloons toward the West Coast of North America. It was believed 1000 succeeded in reaching the United States; 312 balloon bombs have been found.[3] After three days, each balloon dropped an incendiary bomb.[4] The balloon bombs employed a ballast system designed to maintain an average altitude of 30,000 feet. Incendiary bombs would be dropped one at a time (four 11 pounders) and a single high-explosive bomb (33 pounds) would be dropped followed by a self-destruct device.[3] In order to conceal the efficacy of these attacks, the missions of the 555th PIB was kept clandestine in nature. By January 1945, however, both Time and Newsweek reported the mission

Only reason I knew about this event was that I was called upon to photograph a professor from our state who was a descendant of one of the 'triple nickel' men. An Air Force outfit organized in '42 and eventually sent to fight the fires the incendiary bombs the Japanese had sent over.

Jack is Back!

Duty, Honor, Country. Navy holds the #one scoring team in the country to 31-21.

Bubarooni

Come on Hoosiers!

Extraneus

We were talking about lawfare last night.

Trump pledges at least $430,000 of his own money to help cover aides’ legal costs related to Russia probes

Russian meddling — and other related issues — are being investigated by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III as well as House and Senate committees.

The RNC reported last month that it paid $100,000 to Trump's personal attorney John Dowd and $131,250 to Jay Sekulow, another member of his legal team.

The party is also covering the mounting legal costs for Donald Trump Jr., spending nearly $200,000 on lawyers who helped him prepare for testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Those payments included more than $166,000 to attorney Alan Futerfas.

etc.

As I said, DoJ should be leaning on the small fries, who can't afford the ante required to play this hand.

henry

Ext, unfortunately the small fry are "honorable public servants" just like the DoJ people. They suffer the same blind spot as McCarthy re Mueller. Blinded by shared credential, they cannot see evil in an image so close to themselves. Thus, they try to help the small fry avoid peril. Anyone not of "honorable public service" will be damned, whether crime has occurred or not. But these small fry are of Landrew and safe.

Stephanie Nene Not your normal Grandma

Dang, so sorry Lyle.

Met some friends for a late lunch and visit to the baby/kids consignment store. One of them had what I thought was a small bright colored pocketbook. NOT. It was a dog carrier with a 5 month old miniature dachshund inside. About 3 1/2 lbs. Cute as a button! I don't think the restaurant had a clue the pup was in there.

We still have 2 of the pups from the last litter, as I refuse to separate them. They are the biggest boy who looks like a Bichon sized black yorkie (but with a Bichon curled up tail)at about 9 lbs. and the runt that looks like a Maltese and is still only 5ish lbs. He's very protective of her and they are inseparable. Curl up on my feet every night together and get in trouble together and follow each other everywhere. So now we have 5!!! dogs. Can't wait to see the boarding bill when we go to the Keys in December - probably more than it will cost for the house rental down there.

Captain Hate

Shaker Rapid to Terminal Tower, CH?

Bingo, TC; well, it was the Shaker Rapid but I picked it up further east at Warrensville Center road.

JimNorCal

Grr.
Took the 7th grader to our local all-girls Catholic high school to sign up for a program that aims to boost leadership in girls via workshops.

The principal got up and in her speech quoted approvingly from exactly one female leader: Nancy Pelosi. Yuck. Not only a divisive choice, but to pick someone who relishes using public money to kill unborn babies .... what is Catholic leadership all about these days, anyway? Bullying a captive audience which can hardly respond given that their children are in the room?

The workshops, contain some "normal" activities but about half include "diversity", "social justice" and activities on behalf of "causes".

Boo, Notre Dame High School in San Jose!

Captain Hate

TC, for some reason my idiot brain translated what you wrote as picking it up at Shaker Square. Never mind, you were totally accurate.

Extraneus

What would it take to turn a small fry like Lois Lerner? Hanging by the ankles? $300K in legal fees? Jail time? Close relatives with tax issues?

Anyone think there's just no way to get Lois to say who told her to handle the tea party non-profits? Didn't she take a few trips to the White House?

Uh, yeah. 30.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2014/06/20/irs-official-whose-emails-were-lost-visited-white-house-35-times-n1853823

anon ( AKA common man )

Spartans wake up, realize they are in the fight of their young lives and roar to life, scoring two TDs in 4th qtr to beat Hoosiers.

Brass Spittoon back in E Lansing trophy case.

3-9 to bowl eligible, nice turnaround Dantonio. Doing it with a bunch of true freshmen.

henry

Must be an ill moon tonight. Penn 2, Yale 0 at 9 minutes in Philly.

Jack is Back!

JNC

Why not public challenge the principal? This is the problem with all schools. No one wants to challenge their mission and purpose expressed as social justice on steroids.

I did in Florida as the president of the school board, resigned and put Frederick in more curriculum focused environment.

Not saying you were wrong to accept it but sometimes we need to speak truth to authrority no matter what it is.

Janeprobably about 10 minutes after getting there

Lyle, I too am so very sorry for your loss. It's just awful.

Marlene I go north on the2nd and return on the 13th. I have absolutely no warm clothes, and I can't even imagine what I'll wear to my reunion. What a joke!

henry

Penn 3, Yale 0 at 13:34

I thought Uranus was in opposition a couple days ago.

anon ( AKA common man )

Democrat AGs keep filing lawsuits to keep the travel ban from taking effect, and letting guys like Muhammed Islam into the country. Illegally here, came on student visa, quit school but never left. Found his fingerprints on gas can near one of the fires.

We need to make them pay for this at the ballot box.

Extraneus

Then again, Koskinen is still at the IRS. How is it possible???

 narcisoyea

We took yogi to the groomers this week, and they went a little overboard, how Kong does OT take hair to grow back.

Jack is Back!

narc,

Depending on breed from 4 to 6 weeks.

I have Beagles and don't worry about that.

henry

Penn 3, Yale 1 at 21:34. Time to catch up, but this makes a dent in my beer supply.

Thomas Collins

I lived on Van Aken Boulevard near Warrensville Center Road, CH. We were probably on the Shaker Rapid together at times.

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