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Donald John Trump is still our president.

ITEM 1: Liberal law professor Jonathan Turley wrote, "Frankly, when I look at the House efforts to impeach President Trump, I see a banana taped to a wall. As others coo over the power and evidence of the report, I continue to look around scratching my head, wondering why others don’t see the obvious gaps and conflicts."

Is that a banana in your pants or are you just happy to impeach me?

ITEM 2: The Washington Times reported, "The Senate confirmed President Trump’s ninth judicial nominee to the liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday, elevating Patrick Bumatay, an openly gay Filipino man, to the federal bench over objections from his liberal home-state senators.

"Mr. Bumatay, who has worked as an assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of California, cleared the Senate by a 53-40 party-line vote.

"He did not have support from California Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Kamala D. Harris, who said the White House never consulted with them about the nominee."

Democrats are homophobic. 90% of them won't vote to nominate Buttigieg for president.

49 of the 179 appellate judges are Trump appointees. Obama got 55 confirmed in 2 terms. Americans are taking back their country, one judge at a time.

ITEM 3: Washington wisdom: Changing demographics will kill the Republican Party.
Reality: Demographics are killing Democrats. They will split into a young communist party and an old socialist one.

It is Stalin vs. Trotsky again.

ITEM 4The same Quinnipiac University poll said, "Slightly more than half of all registered voters, 51%, think that President Trump should not be impeached and removed from office, while 45% say he should be impeached and removed. This compares to a November 26 poll in which 48% of voters said the president should not be impeached, while 45% said he should be. Today's poll is the first time since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the inquiry that more than half of voters say that Trump should not be impeached."
I said all along, impeachment helps President Trump and his party.

ITEM 5Mark Krikorian reported, "The House is expected to vote Wednesday on the hilariously misnamed Farm Workforce Modernization Act, which would modernize agricultural labor right back to the 17th century.

"At the core of the bill are several indentured-labor schemes intended to tie current illegal aliens and future temporary workers to farm jobs for four to ten years before giving them green cards. The reason for the indenture system is that farmers know from experience that once the illegal aliens or visa workers get green cards, almost all will flee the medieval labor system that prevails in much of fresh fruit and vegetable agriculture."

He headlined his story, "Farming Like It’s 1699."

Is that a slap at the Amish?

ITEM 6: John Cheves reported, "In his inaugural address, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said he will file an executive order this week restoring the voting rights of many convicted felons who are currently disenfranchised under state law."

Now do gun rights.

ITEM 7Reuters reported, "More than 300 Saudi Arabian military aviation students have been grounded as part of a safety stand-down after a Saudi Air Force lieutenant shot and killed three people last week at a U.S. Navy base in Florida, U.S. officials told Reuters on Tuesday."

Closing the door after the barn burned down.

The House of Saud needs to explain what happened, and the military needs to lift its ban on guns on bases.

ITEM 8: I believe this is called ratio.



They pretend to be objective because they think we are idiots. Deplorable idiots at that.

ITEM 9: The Washington Times reported, "A majority of Democrat voters polled recently said Barack Obama was a better president than George Washington, Monmouth University reported Tuesday."

Obama 63%, Washington 29%.

Among Republicans, it was Washington 44%, President Trump 37%.

Barack's Cult of Personality lives on. Good. As long as he is around, another Democrat will not be elected president.

ITEM 10: The Daily Caller reported, "Republican Texas congressional candidate Pierce Bush, the grandson of former President George H.W. Bush, marched in an anti-Trump protest in January 2017, according to photos he posted on his personal Facebook page.

"Bush jumped into the GOP primary for Texas’ 22nd Congressional District on Monday. 'It’s time for new leaders to stand for conservatism that empowers all Americans, placing individuals above government and ensuring we all have the freedom to achieve success in life,' he said in his launch video.

"While Bush might benefit from his family name in running for a congressional seat once held by his late grandfather, his past anti-Trump activism could be a stumbling block in an already crowded primary race."

Bush is the epitome of white privilege. He was named for his great-grandfather who was a senator. He gets $241,000 as CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Lone Star.

ITEM 11: But it's not OK to be white in Oklahoma.
The Justice Department's civil rights division should have a talk with these bigots in the bureaucracy.

ITEM 12: Warner Bros. has released a statement responding to the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s demand for a disclaimer saying the late journalist Kathy Scruggs did not sleep with an FBI source for information in real life.

The studio said, "The film is based on a wide range of highly credible source material. There is no disputing that Richard Jewell was an innocent man whose reputation and life were shredded by a miscarriage of justice.

"It is unfortunate and the ultimate irony that the Atlanta Journal Constitution, having been a part of the rush to judgment of Richard Jewell, is now trying to malign our filmmakers and cast. Richard Jewell focuses on the real victim, seeks to tell his story, confirm his innocence and restore his name. The AJC’s claims are baseless and we will vigorously defend against them."

The newspaper will never admit it was wrong, but the good news is most newspapers won't be around much longer to malign heroes.

ITEM 13: Mairead Mcardle reported, "The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a convicted murderer’s appeal to receive gender reassignment surgery, leaving in place a lower court’s ruling in favor of the Texas prison officials who refused the inmate the procedure.

"The court rejected the appeal of a Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling by transgender inmate Vanessa Lynn Gibson, formerly known as Scott Gibson, who claimed the prison’s refusal to grant the surgery violates the Constitution’s Eighth Amendment, which bans cruel and unusual punishment."

Executions are more humane than life in prison. Bring back Old Sparky.

ITEM 14: The Washington Times reported, "Liberal firebrand and longtime impeachment advocate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Tuesday that the articles of impeachment against President Trump do not go far enough.

"The same sentiment coursed through progressive circles, as liberal activists and far-left lawmakers bristled that Mr. Trump got off easy.

"Ms. Ocasio-Cortez said she’ll settle for the two articles of impeachment — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress — that were unveiled on Tuesday."

Always angry and never satisfied. Misery is the ancient god of liberalism, who was born when Zeus stepped on a Lego.

ITEM 15: Chuck Yeager's heroics didn't end in World War 2.


He was 60 when The Right Stuff debuted.

ITEM 16: The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Gaetz left a mark.

Cabinet post in Term II?

ITEM 17: Life is a gift.
Don't blow yours pursuing things.

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