Category: Politics / Law Stuff

Political Energy Pt 1

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Political campaigns have NEVER been about truthfulness. EVER. It’s about energy. Trump has it. Biden does not. Biden has done a respectable job bringing the country our of the Covid recession. But that’s not enough. The red flag has been waiving for a year, and many have tried to ignore it, hoping it would majically […]

Sunday June 30th, 2024 in Politics / Law Stuff | No Comments »

Trump Fraud Case

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We will be seeing the Trump fraud case coming to a close in the next few weeks. Team Trump has made a big deal about one single aspect of the fraud case, the valuation of Mar-a-Lago, to try and sow doubt on the entire case. It’s a smart move, as that one property evaluation has […]

Tuesday January 23rd, 2024 in Politics / Law Stuff | No Comments »

A Request… Biden… Step Up To The Plate

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While I was in Washington over Christmas break, I had some very interesting convo with my sister and her husband, both former journalists, about the continuing low polling numbers for Joe Biden vs Trump. Before I get to that conversation, I’ll share my opinion… Right now, polls are meaningless. There are a couple of factors […]

Tuesday January 16th, 2024 in Politics / Law Stuff | No Comments »

Texas Sues Everybody Over Election Loss

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The case is here. I’m posting this so that I can rub it in my Conservative friends faces when this falls flat on its silly face. 🙂 Just Kidding… Sort of. Here’s the case Texas is making:Texas argued that electors from Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin should not be allowed to cast their votes in […]

Tuesday December 8th, 2020 in Politics / Law Stuff, Stupid Government | No Comments »

The Art Of Efing Up The Deal

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The almost dead Iran deal. Earlier today I linked to the BBC article that pointed to leaked diplomatic correspondence suggesting President Trump’s motivation for breaking the agreement was simply “to spite Obama.” My conservative friends scoff at the idea, and say it was a bad deal to be in in the first place. Let’s put […]

The Perils Of Bad Data And Bad Data Interpretation

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A friend on Facebook posted a write-up in the American Thinker about a report issued by the Texas Secretary of State earlier this year showing 58,000 illegals voted in Texas elections between 1996 and 2015. The entire thing was completely discredited in court due to bad methodologies. After the study was scrutinized, the number of […]

The Cost Of Freedom

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Today several friends were upset that the Pride flag was flown at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza in Rockville Maryland. Some didn’t read the article (I can’t deny I’m not guilty of that at times) and didn’t realize that it wasn’t the national flag that was replace, but another commemorating POW’s and MIA’s. Never the […]

Friday June 28th, 2019 in Gay., Politics / Law Stuff | No Comments »

The Take-Down Of Michael Wolff… More Or Less Or A Lot Less

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As some of you may have heard, there’s a little book that just came out detailing the inner workings of the Trump administration in the White House. It’s creating quite a stir in the news cycle. And as expected, the right-wing press is going after Michael Wolff, the author of the book, in a big […]

Sunday January 7th, 2018 in Politics / Law Stuff | No Comments »

On Comprehensive Immigration Reform.

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This morning, while talking on Facebook about a woman being deported after living here for thirty years and raising a family, a friend ask a question I hear often: why didn’t the illegal immigrant go and do things the right way?   In order to do so, she would have to go back to Mexico […]

Saturday November 11th, 2017 in Politics / Law Stuff, Stupid Government | 2 Comments »

The Chicago Corrollary.

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“CHICAGO HAS THE STRICTEST GUNS LAWS IN THE NATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!”   Ahhhh… The clarion call of gun worshiping Conservatives everywhere, which tries to tie gun violence to gun restrictions, not only saying that restrictions don’t work, but they may also CAUSE more gun violence because law abiding citizens aren’t able to defend themselves with their own […]