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Monday, August 21, 2017

Thank you, Frederick H. Schranck

Frederick H. Schranck has posted the 88th Amazon review of "Trump the Press."
Nice record
Put together a good compilation of quotes from the nomination campaign. Seemed like good smoking of the range of wrong opinion at the time. Would have enjoyed a bit more sampling of the folks who called it correctly then.
Sadly, they were in short supply.

But thanks. The book is now 12 away from the 100th review!

Antifa bomber arrested

The media has been pushing the Antifa narrative that violence is justified.

A chicken came home to rest this weekend when a wannabe Bill Ayers tried to blow up a Confederate statue in Houston.

Fortunately, a park ranger stopped him and arrested him.

Journalists haven't changed. They just came out of the closet

Sharyl Attkisson, formerly of CBS News, wrote a column in the Hill in which she pointed out why Americans increasingly do not trust the media.

“The people outraged are always outraged”

My first take on Charlottesville was that it was just like the Billy Bush tape. The people who hated Trump ramped up their hate. The people who don't hate didn't care.

A month later, we the people elected Donald Trump as our 45th president.

Others had the same sense of déjà vu.

Pro Publica attacks company for supporting free speech

Pro Publica is a Fake News site funded by billionaire George Soros and other rich folk that bills itself as journalism in the public interest. Yep, pure as driven slush.

It had an odd spin in its report on the Nazi online blog, Daily Stormer, finally getting an Internet service provider after corporate America denied service to the site because of its content.

Instead of heralding the upstart ISP for standing up to Big Computer Giants, "reporter" Ken Schwencke mocked the company for standing up for unfettered free speech.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Trump junks panel on climate change

President Trump is disbanding a federal advisory panel on climate change, a panicked Juliet Eilperin of the Washington Post reported.

Oh no, The Donald is ending the gravy train.

Climb down the high horse. You're named for a tobacco company

Vincent E. Price, president of Duke University, is rather proud of himself. He has removed a statue of Robert E. Lee from the campus chapel.

Price is quite proud:
I took this course of action to protect Duke Chapel, to ensure the vital safety of students and community members who worship there, and above all to express the deep and abiding values of our university.

Why condemn hate?

Ambassador Nikki Haley weighed in on Charlottesville with one of the most ridiculous utterances ever from that House of Absurdity known as the UN Building:
"People aren't born with hate. We all have a responsibility to stand up and condemn it."
People also aren't born with the ability to walk, talk, or control their bowels.

An America first economy

America remains the most technologically advanced nation in the world.

Unfortunately, the politicians keep throwing away that advantage. We landed on the Moon, and then the politicians convinced us to spend the money we spent on space to fix the problems here on Earth.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Bannon is where we need him

The Marxist media's spin is they ousted Steve Bannon over Charlottesville, which is now the Nuremberg Rally of 2017.

But Bannon planned to leave on Monday, which was his anniversary of joining President Trump's campaign. He said he stayed on so it would not look like a Charlottesville ouster. Given that he immediately returned to Breitbart as editor-in-chief, I would say he departed willingly.