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January 28, 2015

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NKvirusedand back

Tu Salud Marco... have to watch the quiet ones. He did have the advantage of being a public figure in MIAMI. NFL cheerleaders for me always rate:
Miami
Oakland (if you like mid range stripers)
San Diego

James D.

lyle, prayers for you & your family. I am so sorry to hear about Diva.

NKvirusedand back

'stipers'... heh.. strippers

Porchlight

Hopkins is what makes that version my favorite, NK, but I will have to watch the Trevor Howard production again.

Trivia: what was the only film that Charles Laughton directed? No peeking in Google!

Jeff Dobbs

Since I was forced to go look up the Tuck Rule play (wiki also says it was the booth not Belichick who called for the replay), I found this interesting...

On a timeout, Raiders cornerback Eric Allen, while lurking at the Patriots sideline, heard Brady talking to the offensive coordinator. Allen states that he heard Brady call a 3 by 1 slants route. Right after hearing the play, Allen rushed to his sideline and told his team what he had heard. While they were slightly out of field goal range, Brady dropped back to pass, using the same play he had told his coordinator.

Unlike using video equipment to record the other teams sideline from your own, I assume no rules were broken in the old school spying better known as eavesdropping.

Loose Lips Brady [insert a CH play on words here].

James D.

Porch, I ought to know this, since we watch a ton of Turner Classic Movies and I know I heard that fact mentioned at some point in the fairly recent past.

My guess: "The Barrets of Wimpole Street" (I may be wrong on the exact title, and actually I'm sure I'm wrong on the movie anyway, but there's my guess)

James D.

OK, I looked. I had the title right, but as I suspected, I was completely wrong on the movie.

But I won't spoil it for anyone else...

NKvirusedand back

Laughton direct? the court room melodrama with Tyrone Power and Marlena Dietrich?

James D.

At least Charles Laughton was in "The Barrets of Wimpole Street". He was seriously disturbing/creepy/evil in that movie...

narciso

maybe this was the fellow who spoke to Goldberg

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2015/01/white-house-tells-nyt-how-upset-it-is.html#.VMpCwMtATIU

NKvirusedand back

OK looked it up. Had no idea. Intense movie.

BR

Hmmmm, I loved Mel Gibson in both Bounty and Hamlet. I was amazed at his passionate acting.

Thanks, Matt, for the overview. I haven't been to JOM or really any other news since New Year's! Drudge now and then when I'm in the mood for Lilliput cartoons :)

So Happppppy New Year and Happppy Birthday to all January birthday guys and gals.

And, TK, tell those ISIS guys they cannot behead Obama until his birthcert is authenticated, I mean, otherwise there'll be a death certificate before birth, I'm telling ya, things are running backwards. That's why I don't get upset at the outrageous stuff anymore.

The Scarlet Pimpernel at 42:44 etc.

"You've got the cleverest heads in the world. The only trouble is you all go to pieces around the neck." (French revolution, guillotine connotation, but the ensuing part about the cravat is hilarious, as in forward is backwards.)

This wonderful 1934 version with Leslie Howard also shows "high five" already made it back to 1934 (or even 1789) from late 20th century USA. He keeps saying what sounds like "sink me" but I think it's "cinq me" :)

narciso

it's all above board, a waterboard that is:

http://patterico.com/2015/01/28/analysis-of-the-judges-refusal-to-dismiss-the-rick-perry-indictment/#comments

re Crypt keeper Ventura, Mens Health did a profile of the nazgul, accepting all of his lies, even taking his word he was a Seal, and ripping Chris Kyle,

henry

From our friend in Chitown, Bill Gross on that other deflation problem.

BR

Hi, Porch! I think it was an early one about Notre Dame in Paris where he gave Maureen O'Hara her start in movies. I think it was grand of him to play the hunchback, thereby giving her beauty an extra intensity.

BR

I think his wife is sooooo funny in "Naughty Marietta."

NKvirusedand back

As we here know, Jesse V was never a 'SEAL', but he was UDT.

Threadkiller

What did Ventura say about Kyle to Men's Health?

Buckeye

"By the way Brookings this morning confirmed what I have long suspected, illegal immigration as a matter of right is a way to redistribute wealth from the rich countries to the poor without it being so apparent."

Which is exactly why Mexico will do nothing to stop it.

Captain Hate

I can't wait until this theological scholar says Thomas Aquinas would belong to Planned Parenthood and Hamas:

http://thehill.com/homenews/house/231097-pelosi-warns-netanyahu-speech-to-congress-could-undermine-iran-talks

sbw

that also means I'm only 4 degrees separated from Kim Kardashians' ass. Can any JOMer top that?

Hate to break it to you, daddy, but when something is that big, every JOMer is too close to it.

narciso

So the Pentagon was right in their discussions with the Quaddafi welp, Hillary's team, signed up a murderous clique, which aircover protected and helped murder the Ambassador who was one of their strongest advocates, but rarely does anyone point that out,

narciso

a rejoinder to the acceptable bloodsport in some circles:


http://recovering-liberal.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/media-losing-all-credibility-with-their.html

Buckeye

Earlier discussion about Rubio's wife side swiping the Porsche Panamera.

Panamera entire exterior skin is aluminum, so repairs will be expensive. Not many shops are equipped or skilled enough to deal with it.

A reason to give serious thought to whether a new F150 is a good idea. Same issue.

narciso

Besides really what does one need to be a 'legitimate' presidential candidate, we saw from last season, you pay big books to a consultant, who loath's every fiber of your being (Bachmann) you go on a foray while you're still recovering from surgery
(Perry), in fact, the candidate who did decently for the first round, was the one
that traveled light, Newt, because of circumstances he didn't intend,

sbw

So ready for CSI-PSI* to be over.

[*Pounds/Square Inch]

Miss Marple

The correct phrase is "Sink me," which appears in the original book. I am thinking it came from naval warfare, but that is just a hunch.

NKvirusedand back

@9:39, nothing to stop it? exporting impoverished native indians to el nord has been the official policy of every ethnic euro dominated mexican government for almost 40 year. Simultaneously, during that time, the mexican governments have brutally closed off their border with civil war central american nations so they can't export their impoverished indians to mexico.

NKvirusedand back

MissM-- 'CinCUS' was the unfortunate title given to the top USN admiral for a while.

pagar

From narciso's 09:27 link.

"To think about going behind the back of a friendly country’s administration"

Is this a joke? IMO, the 1st requirement to work in the Obama admin is that one hates Israel. I don't see any friendly gestures from the Obama Admin toward Israel.

Threadkiller
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was diplomatic when asked by late-night host Conan O'Brien to share his thoughts on the New England Patriots' "Deflategate" scandal, but Brees made it clear he can spot an illegal football almost immediately. 

O'Brien asked Brees to judge the air pressure in several footballs and Brees passed the test with flying colors

http://thescore.com/news/689989

Video

narciso

read as far before wretching


http://www.mensjournal.com/magazine/the-body-slammed-20141230

narciso

the cunning cunning plan, of letting her through, seems flawed:

http://hotair.com/archives/2015/01/29/loretta-lynch-meets-ted-cruz-a-grand-old-time-is-had-by-all/

narciso

btw, that Sons of Liberty series, really did hit the spot, I'm sure they took some dramatic license, but heck this is the SuperDisasters and the Dan Brown channel we're talking about.

Extraneus

Castro to Obama: Reparations, Gitmo, and cutoff from dissidents the price for normalized relations

Plus removal from terrorist nations list.

Quick as Shadows Passing, 1988, p. 188.

For lyle and Diva, C. W. Gusewelle, speaking of his old dog Cinnamon, the Tired Runner.

"If, by luck and will, she lives to see the turn of spring, that's where we'll go together on the first fine day--to that piece of country ground she can see in memory, even after her eyes have dimmed. I will lift her ear to break the silence with a shout. And send her running blindly, lamely, through the leaf-fall of all our seasons down the lane behind the cabin. And I will hope the darkness overtakes her just then, in joyous mid-step.
What did we imagine we were saving her for, anyway? Time can't be saved or slowed. Only wasted."

Jeff Dobbs

sbw:
So ready for CSI-PSI* to be over.

This is something I never ever ever will get.

Because complaining about a topic (or commenter) increases the likelihood of continuance of that topic (or discussion with or about that commenter).

At its most benign, such a comment might elicit other comments agreeing with it, which is still about that topic. Worse, such a comment just makes it more likely that someone who is interested in the topic try to make his case on why it is relevant or interesting (see TC at 8:37 AM in response to CH at 8:31 AM), leading to . . . more discussion of the topic.

Or worse yet, what if it leads some other yahoo taking the opportunity to use the topic of why someone posts about the topic only to complain about the topic to make the case that doing so makes the topic more likely to be a topic of discussion? Because that guy's nuts.

I'm just saying, I'm not convinced you are really ready for the topic to be over. Deep down, something drove you to post that - and I think it's because you want more of it.

:)

Beasts of England

Even dating back to his Olympic days, I ways thought there was something peculiar about Jenner. He seemed out of sorts, kind of perturbed. Of course, at that time, the only cross-dresser was Flip Wilson, so I wouldn't have guessed that was his pathology...

Dave (in MA)

hit and run | January 29, 2015 at 09:18 AM, but our Jets contingent thinks that using to your advantage--a substitution rule that the opposing coach isn't prepared for--is dishonorable.

narciso

you think this will end with Stedman?


http://dailycaller.com/2015/01/28/do-not-disclose-obama-admin-tells-banks-to-shut-up-about-its-targeting-of-consumers-gun-dealers/

Buckeye

Closing Gitmo as a prison and giving it back to Cuba are two entirely different things.

Picture of the Russian spy ship in the Havana harbor all the reason we need for keeping it.

Of course since Zero has "flexibility" since the last presidential election, color it gone.

Threadkiller

Thanks, narciso.

From what I read, Ventura doesn't seem to be saying anything more than what the court decided was true.

Are we no longer trusting the court system in its methodology in determining both standing and justice/law?

sbw

Hit, yours wasn’t a comment; it was a Klein bottle. :-)

Jack is Back!

From the Downtown 5-0-5 Club in Clearwater:

Future News: February 20, 2015: A “rogue” locker room attendant has taken the blame and been fired for deflating footballs in the New England Patriot’s locker room. The attendant says he is very sorry for what he did; and now just wants to move on with his life and his new job as vice president of the Kraft Group.

narciso

the same courts that convicted Senator Stevens, the Hammer, just a few that come to mind?

boatbuilder

I understand that everyone (well, not everyone) is pretty sick of this, but:

The NFL plays lots of games where the temps get very cold--below zero in some cases. They also play some games (probably fewer) in very hot conditions, where the on-field temps get to over 100 degrees.

Is there anything in the rule or referee protocol that calls for the refs to check and readjust the inflation of the balls just before the game, at halftime, at the quarters, etc.?

My guess is no. Which illustrates the basic point--the 12.5-13.5 "rule" is simply a benchmark or reference point--nobody cares or cared until it could be used as a "gotcha" point against the Pats. Also that no physics professors were consulted when the rule was drawn up.

Captain Hate

read as far before wretching

He's as bad as 404 in portraying himself as an outsider to the trainwreck he produced.

NKvirusedand back

Dave - uh--uh; the dishonor by Belicheat was running in eligible numbers for ineligible positions in circumstances which he knew the refs couldn't explain to the defense quickly enough -- which is the rule, just like explaining the ineligible number is in an eligible position. Absolutely lawful, but it's using an edge that makes the refs the bad guys which is dishonorable. Personally, I think that antic is what kicked off DeflateGate because IMO Harbaugh/Ravens instigated the ball stuff for the following game out of spite.

narciso

didn't the NFL show it's stripes with Tebow, probably best natural talent in a generation, but what did they do, was it merely because of his professed faith and clean living, as compared to others.

NKvirusedand back

"probably best natural talent in a generation",.... sorry to be blunt, but that's a joke. The NFL means "Not For Long" if you can't be productive in a specific role. Tebow had no position... he's gone, just like Mike Sam and thousands of other terrific athletes and Top 10 Div I college stars.

Jeff Dobbs

boatbuilder*:
I understand that everyone (well, not everyone) is pretty sick of this, but:

Belonging to JOM
Really is a lot of fun
A group this size can
Disagree from time to time
You never know what it might be
Still I love you guys

Besides...
All I care is that we enjoy our time together
Let's get along
Let's have fun
So there you have it.

boatbuilder

I love Tebow, and apparently his teammates and coaches did as well, but he's a crappy NFL QB and he has adamantly refused to play any other position. Kurt Warner is unembarrassed and loud about his faith and clean living and is a borderline HoF guy who is on the air all the time. If you can play, you play. If not you don't.

Jeff Dobbs

*HAPPY BIRTHDAY MRS BOATBUILDER!!!

boatbuilder

Did you set that to music, Hit?

Some Guy

She scratched a Porsche Panera.


Could only help it's appearance...

narciso

happy birthday mrs. boatbuilder,

I don't even know why they interviewed the Golem, who's not a posterboy for health,

Captain Hate

I know Belichick would've liked to have found a spot on the roster for Tebow just to rub the Jets face in it after their idiocy in trading for him and then not using him at all; but he just couldn't find a slot for him (and I'm positive he gave him a fair shake).

NKvirusedand back

Boatbuilder-- it's not clear that Tebow 'adamantly refused' to play RB and Slot receiver for the Jets, there were media reports that Ryan offered that to him and Tebow refused, but Ryan never publicly confirmed that in my recollection. But NO WAY he ws an NFL QB; I went to a Jets Training camp for 1.5 days to watch him, and his throws were very erratic. That doesn't fly in the NFL. If Belichick and his former Denver coach couldn't make it work for Tebow in NE, just no chance. The League moves on to the next guy.

boatbuilder

Got that one right, hit. Although I can assure you that she will never see it--my blogs are my blogs and her blogs are hers, and one of the reasons we are still married is that we keep our internet lives private.

Appalled

Trivia: what was the only film that Charles Laughton directed? No peeking in Google!

I do know the answer to this, without google. Laughton is actually not in the movie, and based on the evidence of the film, it is a shame he did not direct more. It's sort of Fritz Lang meets William Faulkner in style...

I am always impressed by the number of TCM addicts on this blog.

jimmyk

I don't know enough to judge Tebow's abilities, though he did get pretty good results in Denver in terms of Ws and Ls. I doubt there's any kind of conspiracy, and that if he had really usable talent some team wouldn't have snapped him up.

But it might reflect a bias or narrow mindset prevalent in the NFL. I know that in baseball there were players widely regarded by SABR types as high quality who ended up playing in Japan because MLB teams (other than the As) didn't figure it out. But football is more of a team sport with "systems," and teams aren't going to rewrite their playbooks around one guy's idiosyncratic abilities.

NKvirusedand back

CaptH-- exactly, olus Tebow's former Denver coach (where Tebow had some success) was the NE OC and it didn't work.

Captain Hate

Kurt Warner is unembarrassed and loud about his faith and clean living and is a borderline HoF guy who is on the air all the time.

When Warner makes the HOF, I'll drive down to Canton for the induction which I haven't done for anybody else.

MarkO

Jonathan Turley eviscerated Obama and Holder.

narciso

he was signed a generation ago, tell me of a similar player, they would give an opportunity like that now.

NKvirusedand back

Warner should be in the HoF, if for no other reason, his play marked the moment that the NFL became a passing offense obsessed league. For some of us non-NFL fans, the suspicion is the passing obsession is fueled by fantasy/gambling $$$$.

narciso

so on balance, they have a better understanding than Shamu, Taibbi, and co,

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/middle-east/iraq/150128/what-moviegoers-baghdad-think-american-sniper

boatbuilder

Julian Edelman is a former QB, and Belechick drafted Nate Ebner, a rugby player who had never played football, who is now a valued special teams specialist. If he could have made Tebow work out somewhere he would have.

Captain Hate

HB Mrs BB

I enjoyed every bit of Tebow's success in the enneffell, mainly because the people who hated him online were mostly mean-spirited jerks who just reflexively badmouthed him, while knowing full well that he probably wouldn't last long. I could understand criticizing his ability but most of his online detractors elsewhere were horrible human beings which, as you can well imagine, I never shied away from pointing out.

Mad Jack

Roads are in brutal shape here on Cape Cod. Main roads are a mess and the back ways are effectively impassable. Little kid heaven as there will be no way the schools open tomorrow.

boatbuilder

If Warner hadn't been beaten by those cheating Pats....(ducking).

Captain Hate

I've listed Warner's HOF credentials before but this year's group of eligibles is uncommonly loaded with very deserving people, unlike other years. I still think he'll make it this year but won't be too disappointed if he doesn't.

NKvirusedand back

This is where at the moment Cruz does his best service to the Nation. Educating the LiVs about the Constitution and the Big Picture. He has no executive pedigree, so I think ultimately he'd best serve as a SCOTUS Justice. I doubt he's interested in that though: http://hotair.com/archives/2015/01/29/loretta-lynch-meets-ted-cruz-a-grand-old-time-is-had-by-all/

jimmyk

Isn't Warner a case where his talents were unrecognized for a few years? Not that that proves anything about Tebow, but it just shows that the whole league can screw up.

Jeff Dobbs

jimmyk:
though he did get pretty good results in Denver in terms of Ws and Ls.

CH:
I enjoyed every bit of Tebow's success in the enneffell

The real tragedy of Tebow in Denver is that he did not win the Super Bowl, forcing DoT to run nekkid down I-5.

NKvirusedand back

This is a must read IMO: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/the-5-biggest-obstacles-to-republicans-agreeing-on-an-obamacare-alternative/article/2559471?custom_click=rss&utm_campaign=Weekly+Standard+Story+Box&utm_source=weeklystandard.com&utm_medium=referral#!

Captain Hate

I know RickB has stated some legit points on why this isn't ultra terrible but the Horde does some primo Jen Rubin bashing:

http://acecomments.mu.nu/?post=354633

exdemocrat

Narc - many thanks for your excellent links

Captain Hate

Isn't Warner a case where his talents were unrecognized for a few years? Not that that proves anything about Tebow, but it just shows that the whole league can screw up.

Why yes, it does show that the sooper jeanyus talent evaluators are overpaid at anything above minimum wage; even more so than letting Tom Brady slide to the sixth round.

Marlene

Yay! Another foot of snow tomorrow,We're going to the cabin this afternoon. See you on Sunday. Tommy has a cold,I sure hope he feels better by Sunday. *ducks*

Happy Birthday,Mrs.Boatbuilder.

NKvirusedand back

Happy B-Day Mrs. Boatbuilder!

narciso

of course, the linked buzzfeed piece has no names attached to it, that doesn't mean the Clique doesn't believe that,

James D.

CH, I've got another chapter posted for "Winter's Tale"

http://writingdreams.net/?p=2930

And if anyone wants to start from the beginning and read along, here's the first post:

http://writingdreams.net/?p=2513

Jeff Dobbs

I'd like to apologize for the first comment on the new thread, but I won't. Not being able to help myself is just how I roll.

Threadkiller

With that perfectly reasonable and scientific based explanation for why footballs could lose air pressure.....ask yourself, why didn't Serious and Professional media members and pundits accept that perfectly reasonable explanation....and simply move on?

One answer could be that "deflate-gate" is just another public-relations advertising gimmick to gin up interest for the upcoming Superbowl. The NFL allows for a two week gap in between the league championship games and the Superbowl with only the extremely boring Pro-Bowl to offer to fans in the interim.

Maybe deflate-gate is just a campaign to keep fan interests peaked. Or maybe,like Robert Parry suggests here, the rot of U.S. corporate media, as evidenced in much of today's non-sports "news reporting"....has spread to sports media. Maybe the basic laziness and entitlement mentality of compromised "news journalism" has now infected corporate-sponsored sports journalism.

http://www.ohio.com/blogs/mass-destruction/blog-of-mass-destruction-1.298992/deflating-nfl-balls-1.562469

Nice info at the link on how well the NFL is really doing.

Porchlight

Sorry to be so late back on the thread. Thanks for your guesses and it sounds like Appalled got it off the bat (without saying).

The film is The Night of the Hunter (1955).

Adapted from the Davis Grubb novel with a James Agee screenplay and arguably the greatest Mitchum performance of all time. If you have ever seen hands with LOVE and HATE tattooed on the fingers, this is the reference. Fantastic score and cinematography, too. Lillian Gish in one of her most memorable cameos. I agree, I wish Laughton had directed more films.

I first saw it when my dad taped it off the WPIX late movie in 1982 (?). I was 11 or 12. We had an early VCR. Anyway, it was a double bill with Cape Fear, another intense Mitchum film. I was blown away. After having seen Rebecca the year before, I was cemented as a classic movie fan forevermore.

RickB

CH,

BOzo's appointment of another racist affirmative action dimwit is a rather transparent grab for a whip to use on the FSA. No one BOzo would appoint would dare attempt to begin clearing the ruins of the DoJ.

That said, I can see the appropriately named Lynch being denied elevation by a close vote. Kirk, Ayotte, Toomey, Portman and perhaps Johnson would be at some risk in '16 if they rejected the cretin in a circus atmosphere. The risk would be minimized if McConnell can control the atmosphere and make the rejection perfunctory. Dunno how McCain, Miz Lindsey and Collins will squish on this one but McCain puts himself at some risk if he supports the racist.

My point is that she is dumber than the current racist affirmative action hire and BOzo will not appoint anyone any better, brighter or less racist.

Captain Hate

McCain puts himself at some risk if he supports the racist.

Starting next year he has to pretend to be a conservative again. "What; they didn't build that dang fence?"

Ignatz

--Trivia: what was the only film that Charles Laughton directed? No peeking in Google!--

Didn't look to see if anyone got this, but it was Night of the Hunter; my favorite dramatic movie. He somehow made a lyric poem of a psychopathic murderer and also embedded one of the most Christian themes of wolves in sheep's clothing and true belief in any movie at the same time.
I seem to remember the poor box office as his reason for not directing anymore. Pity as he seemed to be an even more brilliant director than actor which is saying something.

Beasts of England

Turley's written statement from today's confirmation hearings.

https://jonathanturley.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/statement-lynch-nomination-turley-testimony-senate-2.pdf

Jane

I do not want Lynch approved. I'd rather Holder was forced to sit there - for 2 years if necessary. She refuses to appoint anyone who is not a big Obama donor to investigate the IRS. SHe refuses to uphold the constitution. That should be enough.

jimmyk

Interesting stuff in Turley's statement on Bergdahl, which at least I was not aware of.

When the Bergdahl swap occurred, I stated that the action clearly violated federal law. Obviously, the lack of notice to Congress violated Section 1035 [of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014]. Moreover, the roughly $1 million reportedly spent to achieve this purpose was a violation of Section 8111 and by extension the Antideficiency Act. The Congressional Accountability Office reached the same conclusion on August 21, 2014. The position of the Obama Administration in violating the law showed a distinct lack of good faith or even a credible denial.
NKvirusedand back

BoE/Jimmy-- I'll have to read that Turley stuff.

James D.

The position of the Obama Administration in violating the law showed a distinct lack of good faith or even a credible denial.

You could say that about virtually everything the Obama Administration has done since day one.

henry

James D, Turley says that over 26 pages that read like the indictment portion of the Declaration of Independence (with some blame Bush sprinkled in, because lefty).

NKvirusedand back

henry-- Turley has to dump on Bush in order to keep his DC cocktail circuit admission card in good standing.

Old Lurker

Then add this to the list of DoI indictments:

(Daily Caller) The Obama administration’s Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is threatening banks to be silent about the administration’s new programs supervising and investigating private bank account holders.

A shocking bulletin that CFPB issued to banks, which was obtained by The Daily Caller, was sent around this week in the midst of controversy regarding the administration’s Operation Choke Point program, by which the administration pressures banks to cut off accounts for supposedly suspicious businesses, including gun dealers. Operation Choke Point’s anti-gun mission was recently confirmed in a series of audiotapes published by the US Consumer Coalition, in which a bank teller explained to a gun dealer why his account was being shut down.

“The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau [CFPB] issues this compliance bulletin as a reminder that, with limited exceptions, persons in possession of confidential information, including confidential supervisory information [CSI], may not disclose such information to third parties,” the bulletin states.

“‘Confidential information’ means ‘confidential consumer complaint information, confidential investigative information, and confidential supervisory information, as well as any other CFPB information that may be exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act pursuant,” according to the bulletin.

Even non-disclosure agreements are invalid according to the CFPB’s effort to suppress information.

CFPB states that “private confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements neither alter the legal restrictions on the disclosure of CSI nor impact the CFPB’s authority to obtain information from covered persons and service providers in the exercise of its supervisory authority.”

Beasts of England

I read Turley's piece and started thinking of it as a draft Articl... Oh. Never mind.

NKvirusedand back

IMO this Lynch hearing has been fine oppo party work by the Repubs; The Legacy Media ignores it of course, but that doesn't mean you don't use confirmation, the Budget and oversight to push back against this petty tyrant and his dirty acolytes: http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2015/01/29/sheriff-david-clarke-loretta-lynch-must-restore-relationship-between-law-enforcement-and-doj-n1950023?utm_source=BreakingOnTownhallWidget_4&utm_medium=story&utm_campaign=BreakingOnTownhall#!

Porchlight

Great description, Iggy. Gave me chills reading it. I recommend the novel, if you haven't read it - it was a very faithful adaptation.

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