Daily Archives: July 30, 2018

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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Singing from the Same Hymnal

We’ve seen this many times before. The hackneyed tactic the left uses when it can’t find anything to smear their enemies with. Pay a bunch of bimbos to come forward and level scurrilous accusations at a target until they surrender. Then they take the money and disappear. They did it to Herman Cain and Judge Roy Moore among others.
Now comes one of the most pathetic jokes (and there are many) in the legal “profession.”

Avenatti: I have three more clients who were paid hush money related to Trump
Is he holding back the mystery clients to enhance his appeal to Dems? “I have in my possession the doomsday device that will end Trump’s presidency.” Continue reading

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Not Only No, But H**l No!

Rudy Giuliani: Deal to have Trump sit down with Robert Mueller could happen next week

If Giuliani allows that rabid hyena Robert Mueller anywhere near the president he’s doing the entire country a disservice. Trump has a habit of shooting from the lip and it only takes one tiny slip or misspoken word and this political assassin will come up with an excuse to indict him, no matter how flimsy.

“We would like to see it limited to some specific questions about the heart of the probe — the Russian alleged collusion. We think that those questions could be answered quickly. We think two hours. They probably think four. So let’s settle at three. That’s the way you do a negotiation in good faith in this area. They have been in good faith,” he said at the time. Continue reading


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