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June 10, 2018



taken within seconds of each other

taken within minutes maybe. Otherwise lots of people moved very fast otherwise.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Miss Marple the Deplorable


You are right I stuck "seconds" in there without thinking, as I spotted Trudeau to the left instead of behind the President.

My mistake, not Atkisson's.

Go Fish Trumpenfurers

Make sure to watch American Made the true story of Barry Seale pilot hired by CIA to run drugs and cash..

All you DEEP, DEEP state snowflakes should aim for some measure of consistency😎

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Also, what's funny to me is that they chose to distribute the n9oow-famous photo thinking everyone would be all upset at Trump being isolated. Instead, it had the opposite effect!

Go Fish Trumpenfurers

d while we’re on the subject of disenfranchisement and voter suppression, Chief Justice John Roberts and his 5-4 majority on Monday stayed true to the goal of his entire career, and to his declaration of the Day of Jubilee, when the Supreme Court upheld an Ohio process by which a voter’s registration is cancelled if that voter has not voted in two years and has not responded to a letter confirming that they are still eligible to vote. The ruling in this case, Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute, states that the Ohio procedure does not violate federal law. Justice Samuel Alito delivered the opinion of the Court, so you know how that goes..

Miss Marple the Deplorable

‏ @feingold32

Sen. Mike Lee announces plans to take away the Presidents Power to negotiate, through the Global Trade Accountability Act. Sen. Pat Toomey, Ben Sasse & McConnell plan on attaching it to the National Defense Authorization Act...Way to Support our President Guy's, WE WILL REMEMBER!

Tyranny of the execrable Minority

Looks all Five Estates need a colonoscopy


FTR there is no way I'm dying before the IG report comes out.

You will live forever.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


That was pretty funny!

Is there a problem?

Trumpkins must decide betwixt SHRUMP!😎 and Democracy.


Ha! Howie Carr said that DeNiro's expletive laced rant was while he was introducing Springsteen. Someone texted Howie and called Springsteen the 4th Dixie Chick.



No doubt there is a scam factor to the pricing of G’s stuff. I’m willing to see if it does what’s promised. We are about to start with the Vital Reds. Friends who have been using that, including Kev are over the moon about the results.

Disagree. Processing as much organic produce as goes in to those powdered equivalents has to cost a fortune. Far more than the cost of it per month.

IIRC, he did NOT shill for his things in his book.

I think CONSUMING the equivalent as real food is the way to go--that's when Dr. Terry Wahl got better, when she started eating as food what she was taking as supplements, no doubt consuming other beneficials compounds we don't begin to know about--but since that happens here never, I'll be giving the reds and the greens a go once I get settled at a mailing address for the summer.


Dave (in MA)...Howie just played the audio of Abby Huntsman's dictator gaffe. :)


Very happy about the Ohio decision!
Husted who brought the suit is running for Lieutenant Governor on a ticket with Mike DeWine as governor.
I intend to vote for this ticket.


Thanks for making what's coming much easier😎


this is worse than when lost in space, beat titanic,


String an up!

Poindexter along with the rest of Reagan's Gang brought cocaine dependence to America via CIA!!

Dave (in MA)

The Tone Deafness of the Little Rock Poon Hound


daddy on iPhone

The greatest thing Japan’s Abe could do for world Peace is yank CNN off every Tv in Japan and substitute FoX Business, I’m serious.

pagar, a bacon, ham and sausage supporter

The outrage of the day.


Chick-fil-a is the very best.


Luke Rosiak

Indicted IT aide Imran Awan is now working as an employee of the law firm of his defense attorney, an ex-Hillary Clinton aide.

That means when police 'inadvertently' gave evidence to defense, they gave it straight to the suspect.


What kind of law firm hires one of the Awans after their history of mishandling information/lying/snooping/etc? (rhetorical question)

Freedumb Fighters

Making Impeachment popcorn balls for Festivus Follies

Need help with distribution..


pagar, a bacon, ham and sausage supporter

" announces plans to take away the Presidents Power to negotiate"

IMO, this is wrong.

Hormonal Fit

What can you say about Chic Fila fans?

You are what you eat.

Dave (in MA)

Poor li'l feather passer is getting more desperate by the day.

You Sad again?

I'm just getting started😎

Tom R

Dave in MA it sure does appear the level of hysteria, hyperbole, desperation etc from Trump's opponents is reaching fever pitch.


He's mentally ill.

Projection rarely seen by offenders

I feel like a kid on Christmas morning


It just seems like decades of criminal intent by Rumpublicans has been cascading to a penultimate conclusion..

clarice feldman



A senior White House official recently defined the Trump foreign policy doctrine for me: "We're America, Bitch."

Better than the prior administration's official doctrine: "America's Your Bitch."

Miss Marple the Deplorable

You know, I simply do not understand this new form of mass hysteria. I am afraid that they are going to run through the streets setting cars on fire or something.

Even my liberal daughter thinks Hillary is a crook. Obama's 2 terms are over, and Hillary doesn't have a base. NEITHER are going to be president. Yet these folks all live in the past, like there is a do-over or something.

It's very strange. Glad I have killfile, though!


I feel like a kid on Christmas morning

Don't look back, but the Grinch is about to stomp yer ass.


Does Nunes or Congress have the power to arrest?....lol


Has the Snowman been drug tested today?

Canada did not torch the White House but Canadians did save American bacon back in '80. Somebody best get The Dementia Donald a DVD of 'Argo' to watch on the flight home before he apologizes.


Welcome DC..

jimmyk on iPhone

“IMO, this is wrong.”

And, I would think, unconstitutional.


"Robert De Niro Yells ‘F*** Trump’ at Tony Awards, Gets Standing Ovation."

Give him credit for remembering a line w/o a cue card.


My error..apparently US Marshals equipped with tazers and handguns could attempt to arrest for Congress, but last time was 1935

Then this😎

On Wednesday, the House oversight committee voted to subpoena testimony from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as part of its inquiry into the Bush administration's claims that Iraq sought to buy uranium from Niger. Today, Rice responded by saying she would reply by letter only—effectively refusing to comply with the subpoena. This, of course, is only the latest in a series of subpoena skirmishes between Congress and the White House. In the wake of the U.S. attorney scandals, congressional committees have issued a subpoena to the Republican National Committee for e-mails sent by White House staffers using RNC accounts and authorized subpoenas for Karl Rove, Harriet Miers, and this week, former Department of Justice aide Monica Goodling and Rove aide Sara Taylor. The administration is balking, invoking executive privilege on all fronts.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

jimmy k,

Yes, it is unconstitutional. Article II reserves that right to the executive. I have been following along about it on Twitter.

Either this is one of those wild rumors that sweeps DC, or we have a couple of senators that don't know anything about the Constitution.


A senior White House official recently defined the Trump foreign policy doctrine for me: "We're America, Bitch."

"On your knees while my ladies pee, 'bitch...' " - Vladimir Putin


Finally caught up. It only took 2 days. Sheesh...
I had the honor of meeting the teacher, Jason Seaman, who stopped the Noblesville middle school shooter at the state FOP conference. Big dude. Very humble.

Hump the Trump

That's the only course until Mueller.opens Pandoras Pussy...Heckle the humorless stage hog

Stephanie, Nene, Not your Normal Grandma

Either this is one of those wild rumors that sweeps DC, or we have a couple of senators that don't know anything about the Constitution.

Embrace the power of AND.


DCSCA "Robert De Niro Yells ‘F*** Trump’ at Tony Awards, Gets Standing Ovation."

You are being too kind. It's all he can remember.

DeNiro typecast as one line Mary.

Kevlar Kid

"I think CONSUMING the equivalent as real food is the way to go--that's when Dr. Terry Wahl got better, when she started eating as food what she was taking as supplements,

a few scattered thoughts about supps.... not anonamom's viewpoint or credibility.

there is no substitute for consuming fresh, organic/vegan,non-gmo foods on long-term health and healing as PART of a responsible method for eating properly.

the conventional produce aisle won't make you cough blood or go blind next week... but it does contribute to the increasing, long-term toxic imbalances resulting in 161 different disease signatures which people lose their vitality and even eventually die from in America *at some point*.

however, for most Americans, the toxicity time bombs for consumers who've grown up on industrial diets require a tremendous amount of "front end loading" of nutrients to counter the longer-game of stored toxins.

enter quality supplements.

i've been at it for 2 years solid. and my doctors from spinal surgery last summer are finally calling to hear more about the cleansing diet and how it might have had impact on my system.

my post-op and outpatient release surveys were pretty detailed observations noting the absolute DEARTH of curiosity about diet. all they saw was the medication file (pre-reversal) for diabetes deux.

nice to know the docs and surgeon read them.

releasing toxins is deadly business.

supplementation might have saved my skin in that although the toxic combinations still inhabiting my body had worn down my immune system (as it tried to hold back toxic tsunamis brewing in all major systems), when the next storm hit (blood infection causing vertebral mylitis) and centered in the spine, my blood quality had been improved to the point that anti-biotics *worked* post-op, in a matter of five weeks.

my point: a fellow business associate of mine was hospitalized for the same "blood infection" that attacked his back for 9 months. he was eating hospital food those 9 months. before and after it was meat, taters and salads. seven days a week.

food and supplementation made a dramatic difference in HEALING power. might still get sick from something ghastly--- but it is likely not to take me out or make me a hospital dweller for more than a couple weeks.

it took 55 years to overrun the body with toxics, which if it couldn't pass them it stored them.

one 3 week cleansing experience in Patagonia AZ was never promised as "this'll do the trick."

the slow drip strategy of eating the cure is essential. but that takes care of today.

most adult bodies are battle-scarred and vulnerable to the degree daily eating will only achieve break even results at best.

ingesting pounds of fiber-rich foods isn't likely to yield the nutritional benefits needed to sustain long-term healing power. for starters, people don't chew their food, eat while distracted by the newspaper, their laptops, phones, family members, "good conversation"....yada yada.

so, the masticular requirement for thorough digestion (chewing one's food 40-52 times per bite) and the creation of digestible slurry in the mouth, is lost. greens or meat or bugs won't digest properly--- code for, the body receives marginal nutrition from what is ingested.

people who do eat pounds of "fresh" also have to ingest a few pounds a month of "pro-biotics" of which most are a complete scam, as are commercial, calcium draining "yogurts". the side effects of that much methane producing "sileage" is near tragic for fellow travelers.

i'm not kidding. it's one of the reasons that vegans who go with the most austere "no supplement" diets have to take measures of hydrochloric acid to support pepsin release in the gut.

remember, the daily intake of ambient carcinogens and toxins (even shelling a few peanuts or eating peanut butter freshly ground gives a body a 50 pound cannon ball of aflatoxins to process) is overwhelming. add to that the radiation exposure from high altitude flying .... it's an intense existence for the average earth dweller in a modern society. add to that, a zealous "green diet".... the body is overwhelmed still without moving the healing needle into a reasonable zone of efficacy.

so supplements can help longer-term to balance that accounting by substituting a certain volume of raw inputs and exponentially increasing delivery of useable vitamins, minerals, aminos, and fatty acids.

also, not all supps are created equal with about 90% being absolute hocum. and the crap coming out of Communist China, like everything else from there, it's just evil.


Headline on Instapundit:

"HMMM. Kudlow: Trump Lashed Out at Canada as Show of Strength to North Korea."

Kudlow is as bad as Giuliani - keep your F.....g mouth shut!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Kudlow is as bad as Giuliani - keep your F.....g mouth shut!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

They make Trump sound thoughtful, measured and eloquent:)

Kevlar Kid

my fee for attending any Anne Hathaway flick is $50 million.


"HMMM. Kudlow: Trump Lashed Out at Canada as Show of Strength to North Korea."

Has the Snowman been drug-tested today?

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Kudlow seems to forget he's not BS-ing on CNBC anymore.

Kevlar Kid

Every Trump advisor should be bound by contract when it comes to giving sound bytes to the anarcho-fascists of the global media.

I,_________, the undersigned agree under penalty of termination, agree to limit my responses re any Executive Branch negotiation or policy deliberation to the following: "You need to ask The Commander in Chief."

(He'll tweet his response.)

Miss Marple the Deplorable

‏Verified account @HowardKurtz
10m10 minutes ago

Fox says Sean Hannity will interview POTUS after the Kim summit, to air tomorrow night.

Reinforcing my belief that Bret Baier was in on that ambush with Megyn Kelly at the first primary debate. Hannity gets the interview, not Baier.


Watching Shorty DeNiro run his cake hole was actually quite funny. Then he struck a the pose of a MEXICAN MIDGET WRESTLER ready for battle.
The crowd loved it!!! Weinstein's buddy.
5 feet tall. And that's with elevator shoes.

Kevlar Kid

For the Love-o-Pedro....

the G7 wasn't about flippin Canada and that Groucho Marxist Eyebrow Wannabe.

it was a master stroke of bringing to life by Donald J. Trump--- American CITIZEN, the royal screwing of the American people by "American Trade Delegations" and the US Trade Representative for the past how many years.

Who says we are supposed to let the pissants of the world push around when it comes to trade?

The elites and bluebloods of American trade policy (which is the bedrock of foreign policy along with strategic defense, right?) have had this fear of ENVY.

That fear of envy has set up a reflexive shift from "not wanting to be perceived as 'the Ugly American'" to being perceived as THE STUPID American.

Trump is teaching the American people about the Big Fire Sale of American wealth. Our money is flowing OUT of the country, if it isn't flowing into government's insatiable coffers.

POTUS is not interested in seeing his people living like paupers. We own the goddamned cows but receive no milk.

PewDoh! is a walking sight-gag.

Dave (in MA)

Kudlow's actual words and the media characterization of what he said are not quite the same, as usual.


Let's talk about TRUDEAU and his EYE BROW LEPROSY.

Kevlar Kid

My fee for going to see "RBG" the "revelatory documentary" about Ruth Bader Jinzberg's life is
equivalent to the unfunded liabilities of the California State Gummint.

A Rotten Tomatoes "consensus review" (how many critics can type on the same keyboard at the same time one wonders) is as follows:

"Critics Consensus: RGB might be preaching to the choir of viewers who admire Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, but it does so effectively."


Dave (in MA)

Would RBG be able to remain conscious during a screening of RBG?

Kevlar Kid

DeNiro now wears the distinctive "Mantle of Pud".

He's pole vaulting over rat shit. Was Susan Sarandon their to give him a kiss? Kippersnack there with his "shine box?"



Kudlow's actual words and the media characterization of what he said are not quite the same, as usual.

I'm pretty sure Giuliani's weren't either.


The kudgment of Larry Kudblow; Snowman-about-town; sleep well, America:

Economist Is Said to Enter A Six-Month Drug Program By SYLVIA NASAR – NYT, 7-4-1995

Lawrence A. Kudlow, the former Wall Street economist, went to Minneapolis yesterday to check into a long-term, residential drug treatment program at Hazelden Foundation, his wife, Judith, said. Mr. Kudlow, 47, agreed to undergo the six-month Hazelden program, where Kitty Dukakis, Eric Clapton and other well-known people have sought help, after three shorter treatments in the last two and half years for cocaine and alcohol habits, his wife said yesterday.

Fifteen months ago, Mr. Kudlow made a highly public confession of his drug problem [a $10,000/month cocaine habit- in Regan era dollars] shortly after he was forced to resign as chief economist at Bear Stearns. He also made a fresh career start as a conservative political commentator for television and magazines and said he believed that he had overcome his addiction. But over the weekend, court papers filed by Mrs. Kudlow indicated that he may have lost his battle against cocaine. In a filing on Thursday, she petitioned the New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan for a divorce and an order to prevent Mr. Kudlow from tapping their Bear Stearn’s retirement account to pay for a weeks-long cocaine binge. “The defendant will use such money to buy cocaine,” she stated in an affidavit, “and in so doing will likely suffer a fatal overdose and will dissipate the only remaining liquid marital assets.” Mr. Kudlow could not be reached for comment yesterday. A Hazelden spokesman said the treatment center could not say whether or not a patient had checked in because of Federal regulations.

Mr. Kudlow’s apparent setback comes a time when he appeared to have turned his career around. After losing his $800,000-a-year Wall Street job, Mr. Kudlow landed quickly on his feet. His disclosure of cocaine problems in an interview with The New York Times prompted an outpouring of sympathy. He landed a consulting position at Montgomery Securities in San Francisco. And Mr. Kudlow, who was President Ronald Reagan’s budget director and considered one of the brighter lights in the New York Republican Party, regained his political footing. He became economics editor of the conservative magazine National Review and started dispensing political advice again, sharing a platform with Gov. Christine Whitman of New Jersey. Indeed, Mr. Kudlow had urged her to cut taxes sharply, an issue that helped sweep her into office.

As recently as several weeks ago, Mr. Kudlow seemed to have regained his former professional stature. He shared a dais last month with Alan Greenspan, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, when he addressed New York’s financial elite. A few weeks earlier, Mr. Kudlow was appointed by Jack F. Kemp, Secretary of Housing under President George Bush, to a commission to study how best to cut taxes. Always immaculately dressed and ready with a clever line, Mr. Kudlow seemed always to be racing between television studios and from speech to speech. There were occasional signs of stress: the client presentation at Montgomery Securities that he missed or missed deadlines at the National Review [Buckley fired him.] In the end, the occasional slip turned into something far more frightening.

“He had slips but he was sober for big intervals,” Mrs. Kudlow said in a telephone interview. “He was doing everything. He was going to A.A. He was going to church. He was seeing his counselor. He was determined to overcome this, but it just overpowered him.” According to Mrs. Kudlow, her husband initially resisted the idea of long-term treatment, which is expensive, disruptive and almost impossible to hide, even though two monthlong and one weeklong treatment program had not been enough. Instead, he turned more to drugs.

In the end, she said she decided to act. Mrs. Kudlow, a former press secretary for the Department of Justice and now a painter, said she did not intend to end her marriage to Mr. Kudlow. The divorce action, she said, was a legal device to keep him from using the money to buy more cocaine. As it turned out, she added, it also helped convince Mr. Kudlow that he had to take drastic measures.

“It came down to saving his life,” she said. “I have no intention of divorcing him, but I had to take a hard line.” What happens now? Mrs. Kudlow said she looks forward to life together with him but a very different one from the fast-paced, high profile existence the couple shared in Manhattan. She said in the affidavit that she planned to sell their apartments to pay for Mr. Kudlow’s treatment and to begin a new life outside of New York City with her husband.”

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Donna Brazile
‏Verified account @donnabrazile
3h3 hours ago

.@realDonaldTrump: Good luck Mr President. Many of us are praying for a successful meeting in #Singapore.

The last sane democrat.

Kevlar Kid

"Nothing says G7 like these babies. It's a wrap!"

Kevlar Kid

"their"? oh good lawd. THERE!


"Kudlow's actual words and the media characterization of what he said are not quite the same, as usual."

The Snowman's on TeeVee tape. As usual.


AG Sessions: Domestic Violence and Gang Violence No Longer Qualify as Sufficient Reason to Grant Asylum to Immigrants

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced this ruling at an annual 3-day conference of the Executive Officer for Immigration Review (EOIR) in Virginia.

In a speech to immigration judges Monday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, “It will be your duty to carry out this ruling.”

“Asylum was never meant to alleviate all problems, even all serious problems, that people face every day all over the world,” Sessions said.

Sessions also said in his speech that the American people voted for safe secure borders when they elected Trump in 2016:

“Let’s be clear: We have a goal. And that goal is to end the lawlessness that now exists in our immigration system. The American people have spoken. They have spoken in our laws and they have spoken in our elections. They want a safe, secure border and a lawful system of immigration that actually works and serves the national interest. Thank you for what you do, let’s deliver this for the American people.”

Asylum applications exploded under the Obama administration thanks to a dangerous ‘catch and release’ policy.

Kevlar Kid

Donna knows where a few bodies are stowed. no one's foo.


Holy shit, it was a caterpillar. Or Velcro??

Kevlar Kid

Dave: RBG can see through her Gila Monster eyelids.


Can someone tell me the argument against ending the Korean war?


Dave (in MA)

If would reflect well on Trump.


Miss Marple, surely you remember her "WORK" at PBS.

Dave (in MA)

It was MSMsplained that Fidel Jr's weird eyebrow thing was cause by lighting and shadows and that the right wing is fixated on it, according to sources close to the MSM and persons familiar with Trudeau's eyebrows.


I'm pretty sure the armistice was signed by the US and China, so we and they must also sign any peace treaty to end the war. I assume North and South Korea would, also, but I don't know that for sure.


Jane, if Trump ends the war, Hawkeye, Hotlips and Radar can come home!!! We'll leave Frank Burns as a peace offering.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


No, because I haven't watched PBS since my daughter lost interest in Sesame Street, which was about 35 years ago.


""HMMM. Kudlow: Trump Lashed Out at Canada as Show of Strength to North Korea."

Kudlow is as bad as Giuliani - keep your F.....g mouth shut!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

I so disagree.

Trump is the only president I've ever been jealous of.

Dave (in MA)

Something tells me Crowder's going to need a few gallons of eyebleach by the end of the day...


Kevlar Kid

Were I the AG, I'd go too far.

"Yo. Today we're announcing a strafe and release policy effective on 8 miles either side of the US border with The ShiteHole to the South of us there.

If the border jumping fugitives can survive it without TUNNELS, then we'll release them back into their native captivity down Mexxeeco Way. Helo drops can be arranged.

Otherwise it's a footmarch guided by US Marines in training back to the other side.

Thank you for the work you do."

Miss Marple the Deplorable

According to my Fox-watching friends, now Dana Perino is defending Trump's position at the G-7.

OK, I am pouring myself a glass of wine. What a day!

Kevlar Kid

"Trump is the only president I've ever been jealous of."

You and about 100 million Leftists in America. ;)

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
6m6 minutes ago

Meetings between staffs and representatives are going well and quickly....but in the end, that doesn’t matter. We will all know soon whether or not a real deal, unlike those of the past, can happen!


No need to strafe them on the Mexican side of the border, Kev. I was reading about Hungary's ingenious solution to the "migrant" issue. They located their fence a few feet back from the border so that when the "migrants" come to the fence, they're already on Hungarian territory and subject to Hungarian law, which allows them to be apprehended, jailed, deported, strafed, or whatever the Hungarians decide.


Jane. My comment was addressed to Kudlow and Giuliani.

Kevlar Kid

I think in a show of good faith, Kim Bong Dong should take all them there missiles, rockets, mobile artillery units, and starving human shields on his side of the 38th Parallel, and turn em all around to face the Chinese border.


Our newspaper did not run the paragraph about Robert De Niro in the article the Associated Press wrote about the Tony Awards ...

... for the same reason the camera never shows a streaker trying to hijack a sporting event.

Kevlar Kid

ext---- hope springs eternal. keeping in mind of course that hope does not a strategy make. ;)

Kevlar Kid

Check out MM! Gonna get under a big glass of vino. Enjoy life I say! Me? A fizzy glass of who-made Grape sodie. Not quite Grapette, MM. But it sure do remind me!


Is Sessions almost done soaking the lickin' stick?


Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Department of Justice filed Monday a statement of interest against the University of Michigan in a lawsuit alleging the school’s speech policies violate students’ free speech rights.

The department alleges that UMich, which was sued in May by free speech nonprofit Speech First, has an “unconstitutional” statement of student rights and responsibilities.

“The United States’ Statement of Interest argues that the University of Michigan’s Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities, which prohibits ‘harassment,’ ‘bullying,’ and ‘bias,’ is unconstitutional because it offers no clear, objective definitions of the violations,” the department asserted. “Instead, the Statement refers students to a wide array of ‘examples of various interpretations that exist for the terms,’ many of which depend on a listener’s subjective reaction to speech.”

Kevlar Kid

This DOJ statement of interest will be branded as having a "chilling effect" on free speech.....in 3...2...1.


Most Americans are unaware that UNIVERSITY of MICHIGAN is private.



I know. Sometimes I speak a different language here I think. I think that was the perfect thing to say.


Gus, that was no caterpillar. It strongly resembled the rubber strip used to patch a nail hole in a tire, complete with rubber cement to make it stick.


New thread.

daddy on iPhone

The 3 pups and I are way up a beautiful trail overlooking the Turnagain Fiord.about 400 feet high.the Turnagainwater is smooth and dead calm 61 F. Totally gorgeous. Nelson has never beenhere so he is having a ball we other 3 are all limping along in our old age with me hollering out KayyyyRow every few minutes to alert the bears. Talk radio on one ear and. Bear Spray at the ready. Wish I could share some pix. Cheers!


Schumer Gets Hysterical After SCOTUS Defends Ohio's Voter Registration Process

For example:

When Congress passed the NVRA, a balance between was struck between the desire to make it as easy as possible for eligible voters to cast ballots and the need for States to maintain accurate voter rolls.

— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) June 11, 2018


The Court was not asked to decide if states are allowed to purge names from the voter rolls. Federal law requires them to do so. That law, the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, was written by congressional Democrats, passed with the votes of every single Democratic senator and 238 of the 252 Democrats in the House at the time (including Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin, Steny Hoyer, and James Clyburn) and signed into law by President Bill Clinton.

Yet, surprisingly, it turns out they're really not interested in "accurate voter rolls."

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
44s44 seconds ago

Stock Market up almost 40% since the Election, with 7 Trillion Dollars of U.S. value built throughout the economy. Lowest unemployment rate in many decades, with Black & Hispanic unemployment lowest in History, and Female unemployment lowest in 21 years. Highest confidence ever!

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