Monthly Archives: July 2018

Jughead and Plughead Do Lunch

Obama and Biden Spotted Having Lunch at a D.C. Bakery
Former President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were spotted together shopping for goodies at a bakery in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Their surprise stop at Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown led to a frenzy among onlookers, all trying to take photos with the political superstars.
Uncle Joe looks a little confused here.
This is the guy that’s gonna send Trump packing in 2020? Continue reading


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The Chicago Way

He had previously given his blessing to a bunch of rabid gun grabbers to block a busy Chicago expressway and inconvenience thousands of people with real jobs and places to go.

Chicago activists call on Emanuel to resign ahead of massive anti-violence protest
Protesters plan to walk along Lake Short Drive during Thursday’s rush hour, on the first day of the Lollapalooza music festival, and end up at Wrigley Field during a Chicago Cubs game.
The Tribune reported that the group is calling for Emanuel and Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson to step down in the face of the city’s failure to stem its gang- and police-related bloodshed.
The protest will likely stall traffic throughout the city as crowds move along one of Chicago’s busiest roads and into the Wrigleyville neighborhood. Continue reading


Filed under Crime, Rahm Emanuel

Economics Is Not Their Strong Suit

Democrat Candidate for Governor Is Dead Broke, Owes $77,522 in Credit Card Debt, and Wants to Run Georgia Economy

Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams became the first black female candidate to win a major party primary for governor in May
Stacey wants to run the Georgia economy.
But she is deeply in debt. Stacey owes $96,512 in student loan debt and $77,522 in credit card debt.
Abrams owes back taxes amounting to $40,201 for 2015 and $13,851 for 2016. She owes $96,512 in student loan debt and another $77,522 in credit card debt spread over nine different accounts. Continue reading


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Laws Are Not Supposed to Protect Republicans

Especially this president.
Alan Dershowitz defended a law that helps Trump and the left goes bonkers.
“You are implying in a kind of McCarthyite way that I am somehow defending Trump and that I am making his case,” Dershowitz said on MSNBC. “Shame on you! I am making a civil liberties case. I am not part of the Trump defense team, and don’t you dare accuse me of doing that. I am not making a case for anybody.”
For decades, Dershowitz was celebrated by liberals for boldly championing civil liberties. He has recently been viciously attacked and disavowed by the Left for pointing out that there is no evidence to support impeachment of President Trump. Continue reading

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You Can Now Criticize Them…Gently

Jake Tapper calls Obama out for partying with Beyonce while the Democratic Party’s in shambles.
Not supposed to be dancing when Trump is destroying the world but Obama fans wouldn’t allow it and attacked.

Barack Obama has eschewed real work his entire life. In school he hung out with his friends and got high. He got into Columbia and Harvard as a foreign student (from Kenya.) He rarely attended meetings in the state senate, rarely voted other than ‘present,’ so he could not be tied down to a firm opinion and spent the bulk of his presidency partying, vacationing, and playing golf. He continues to live a hedonistic lifestyle on someone else’s dime. But now that he’s no longer in power the sycophants have acknowledged he’s just an irresponsible juvenile. Continue reading


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New evidence indicates you were right all along

By Scott Ott.

Despite a blizzard of naysayers, recently uncovered evidence proves that you were right from the beginning, and that no further argument is necessary.

The proof that you’ve been correct, despite the fact that no one would listen to you, emerged from countless hours of research — watching videos, listening to podcasts, and reading essays by people whose agreement with you established your point conclusively.

Trusted experts say the emerging information merely affirms what they’ve known intuitively for years, and should silence the skeptics, end partisan division, and turn the tide for the country.

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She Just Won’t Go Away

Ginsburg Speaks Out About Her Future on the Supreme Court

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discussed her future on the bench Sunday, saying she hopes to remain in her position for another five years.
When asked last year about whether she was thinking of retiring, Ginsburg said, “as long as I can do the job full steam, I will do it.”
There are also reports she’s hired law clerks through 2020, making it clear she plans to stay on the job for at least a couple more years.

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TDS Is Real… and Kinda Funny

We’ve gone from the ‘Greatest Generation,’ who endured rationing, women joining the workforce, donating all unneeded metal to the war effort, to this:
Counselors Claim Clients Face Trump Anxiety: ‘Fear of the World Ending’

“There is a fear of the world ending,” Elisabeth LaMotte, founder of D.C. Counseling and Psychotherapy Center, told CBC. “It’s very disorienting and constantly unsettling.”
[LaMotte] refers to it as a “collective anxiety” among patients who feel on edge about how potentially dire the president’s decisions could be. Continue reading


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Hello, Hilly!

She’s the queen of Broadway.
The Empress of entertainment.
Like an aging, irrelevant rock star, Hillary strolled onto the performance of Hello, Dolly, starring one of her biggest fans, Bette Midler.

Failed Democrat Hillary Clinton Gets Standing Ovation for Walking Into a Broadway Show

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The Torch Is Passed from RINO to RINO

Kevin McCarthy, Paul Ryan’s reliable ally in his battle with the conservative base, will be the next Speaker of the House (provided they keep their majority.) Conservative members of this esteemed body are far too few in number to do much more than be a distraction from the inexorable march to complete surrender of the country to the radical socialists, as long as they themselves are exempted.

McCarthy’s path to Speaker gets more complicated

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), a founding member of the House Freedom Caucus, threw his hat into the ring for Speaker on Thursday, part of a strategy to extract concessions from the front-runner in exchange for support from the bloc of roughly 30 conservative rabble-rousers.

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