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November 01, 2019

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Narciso

If i read that right, but its like that revelation that upends 20 years of biblical archeology.

henry

Narciso, maybe it was a wooly rhino.

Narciso

Interestimg when i looked in on vindmans cv it was remarkably spare, it listed nost ly his education it disnt relate his combat tours.

Jack is Back!

World’s largest outdoor cocktail party is under way. Missing Vern Lundquist.

Captain Hate

And congrats to DrJ and jimmyk for the victory. After a couple earlier disappointments Harbaugh seems to have developed the team well.

Barbara

Posted by: JM Hanes | November 02, 2019 at 01:09 PM

Excellent analysis! Imagine the message to women. You can be all that you can be, but there are stipulations.

anonamom

On the fourth text down in this article, Strozk texts Page

And I love you.

First time I've seen anything to indicate they were any thing but co-workers on a mission. And I can't even give that too much weight, as I know I've said the same to my colleagues when they've done me a favor or helped me out. (She was editing his 302 of Flynn interview, it seems.)

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/11/01/doj-files-surreply-response-to-flynn-brady-motion-with-a-valuable-little-nugget-of-a-mistake/

Barbara

vindmans cv it was remarkably spare, it listed nost ly his education it disnt relate his combat tours.

Posted by: Narciso | November 02, 2019 at 03:37 PM

My guess is that Vindman's combat tours had something to do with polishing brass.

D

Robin:
“Life is a series of chapters “
I like that analogy and I can put my family’s life directly into those chapters.
The first twenty years of my life I lived in the city.
The last 50 in the suburbs.
Just saw that an NFL player for the Panthers won’t play tomorrow because his brother was shot and killed.
If you are making his salary, why isn’t your brother living somewhere his life is not at risk?
What good is all that money if you can’t protect your family?

D

Anonamom:
The amount of time and energy these traitors put into framing the President and working on their”insurance plan” amazes me.
What about protecting us and finding terrorists and stopping the trafficking and drug trades?

Barbara

What about protecting us and finding terrorists and stopping the trafficking and drug trades?

Posted by: D | November 02, 2019 at 03:56 PM

Not when it's feeding their piggy bank.

henry

Maryrose, the IRS gets very grabby with gift taxes... like 125% of the gift if it is too big. The last I looked, the no tax gift max was $12,500 (or thereabouts). Any dollar after that gets the penalty rate applied on top. $12,500 after tax is nice, but it doesn’t fund life in the suburbs.

henry

Even the Obamaite IG said the dude wasn’t a whistleblower. Why does he get a protected spot to [slander or whatever] the President? Put his scraggy mug on the front page you losers.

@WSJ

Several conservative media outlets have named a person they speculate is the whistleblower whose complaint touched off the impeachment probe—and some GOP lawmakers are amplifying the articles on social media

henry

TM double clutched new x 2.

That is two new threads.

JM Hanes

Ignatz:

I thought the author was quoting David Brooks, and am happy to be corrected, but my remarks were directed at the substance of the quotation no matter who wrote it. The problem with generalities is that in this actuarial culture we live in they morph into putative absolutes all too quickly. It seems to me the author's prescription for women was pretty definitive than you're suggesting.

Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA

New?

The Infamous Ignatz

--It seems to me the author's prescription for women was pretty definitive than you're suggesting.--

I didn't say it wasn't definitive. I said it wasn't absolute. Neither was it exclusive of other things.
Her belief seems to be that the route to happiness is the best marriage you can find and building the rest of your life around that as ancillary. That seems generally true to me. A lot of people unfortunately find a lousy marriage[s] and find single life better. Some people have no desire to marry. But for the large majority, and at least as importantly, for society as a whole, the first general truth holds and is an ideal to shoot for.

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