Every day seems to be a challenge to come up with a catchy way to start one of these. A boffo opening is a must to get people to read past the first sentence. As I sit here rapt in thought it occurs to me: I’ve had too much coffee and I need to pee.
I swear if I hear that walking phallus John Lewis referred to as a “civil rights icon” one more time I’m going to lose my cookies.
For all the hell Obama raised over 8 excruciating years, we never once threatened to riot or kill anybody. I truly fear for Donald Trump’s life, because the opposition is completely deranged. They inflict violence as a first, last, and only resort. They plan to cause mayhem at the inauguration and it’s only beginning. It only takes one lunatic willing to trade his life for the president’s.
The Chicago Cubs are owned by the Ricketts family and one of the daughters is a hard-left liberal. She pushed for and got an expedited meeting with Barry so he could get one more photo-op with real champions. He played it to the hilt.
It remains to be seen if the NFL, NBA, or Stanley Cup winners will accept an invitation from Donald Trump or will they all decline as a personal slap in the face to him. It would surprise me not in the least.
Poll: Trump draws low marks for transition, response to Russian hacking
IT’S ONLY BEGINNING. IT’S GOING TO BE LIKE THIS AS LONG AS HE’S IN OFFICE.
On ethical matters, a bare majority say the steps Trump and his attorney outlined last week to turn over control of his sprawling business enterprise to his children create adequate separation while he serves as president.
[CtH: I stopped giving these kinds of polls any credence when I figured out how left biased the media was. All they’re really polling is how many people are dumb enough to swallow what ABC, CBS, NBC, WaPo, the NY and LA Times, etc. are dishing out. I truly believe we are doing here all that can be done by ordinary folks … blogging the truth and PRAYING.]
Chicago Cubs visit White House to celebrate World Series championship
Obama talked about the Cubs championship meant to his staff. He noted that the last time the Cubs won the World Series Roosevelt was president along with many other historical and technological advancements that happened in the intervening century between the team’s championships. The first radio broadcast wouldn’t happen for another two decades following the 1908 victory.