Daily Archives: October 10, 2018

Bits & Bytes

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PUTER NEWS: Daddy Buzz graciously gifted me with his previous gaming computer, so I’ve been in the throes of the dreaded UPGRADE. It’s only made one trip to the puter ER for what turned out to be a stuck switch on the lid, which was preventing it from turning on at all. Gracious Tech Doc fixed it quickly and said, “No charge.” (Dontcha just love those two words!)

My latest angst was over how on God’s Green Earth to afford to get Word, Excel, and Photoshop back. My previous hand-me-down machine came with them, so I was all adrift. Sometimes the seas at the trailing edge of technology just go all flat, KWIM? Continue reading

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More Judicial Activism

Missouri judge rules officials can’t tell voters photo ID required to cast ballot

Let’s be honest: Voter ID is not about “disenfranchisement” or racism. It’s about committing fraud on a massive scale. Always has been. Continue reading

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Why She Fell On Her Sword

Heidi Heitkamp: I decided to vote against Kavanaugh after watching his testimony again … with the sound off

With regard to his demeanor, Heitkamp said the final straw was the way Kavanaugh went after her Democratic colleague from Minnesota, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, when he asked her if she had ever blacked out drunk after she had asked him the same question. Continue reading

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Off the Plantation

A famous icon of the trash known as rap music came to the realization that blacks have been played for the fools they are for decades with nothing positive to show for it.

KANYE WEST to Meet With President Trump and Jared Kushner Thursday in White House — LIBERAL HEADS EXPLODE

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It’s Going to Get Worse

Democrats Consider Becoming ‘More Ruthless’ After Losing Brett Kavanaugh Battle

Activists are arrested by Capitol Hill Police officers after occupying the steps on the East Front of the U.S. Capitol as they protest the confirmation vote of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Capitol Hill, Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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It’s Inevitable

Senator Rand Paul Worries That Current Political Climate is Going to Lead to An Assassination

Speaking to a Kentucky radio station on Tuesday, Senator Rand Paul stated that he is concerned that if lawmakers don’t settle down with their insane rhetoric, it could lead to an assassination. Continue reading

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Speaking of Socialism

I don’t want to believe that this that this crook is actually leading in the Florida gubernatorial race.

Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum uses pending hurricane to hide from corruption charges after Trump tells the world


The president was in Florida on Monday, speaking at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Convention in Orlando, and he mentioned the “corruption” probe by the FBI in the city of Tallahassee, where Gillum has been serving as mayor. Continue reading

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He Knows It’s Malarkey

Bernie Sanders never had a job until he was 40. He supported himself by writing filthy articles for mens’ magazines. He advocates free stuff for everyone, even though he knows it’s impossible because the cost would top $30 trillion a year. Still, he knows there are young idiots who’ve been indoctrinated in the tender mercies of socialism. They know no other way.

Bernie Sanders Calls For New World Order That Promotes Shared Prosperity Over State Sovereignty

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Build the Wall, Already

Give Us The Wall: House GOP Plans Full Blown Legislative Assault On Illegal Immigration

Give us a reason to vote for you … do something besides talk. Trump is showing you how it’s done.

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Paying Early Dividends

U.S. top court rebuffs appeal of Kavanaugh ruling nixing climate rule

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday turned aside appeals of a 2017 lower court ruling by its newest justice, Brett Kavanaugh, that struck down an environmental rule imposed under former President Barack Obama regulating a potent greenhouse gas linked to climate change. Continue reading

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