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Donald John Trump is still our president.

ITEM 1: Legal Insurrection reported, "British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is set to become law after both houses of parliament approved the EU Withdrawal Agreement on Wednesday.

"The bill was cleared 342 to 254 in the Lower House after legislators rejected all amendments suggested by the House of Lords, including guarantees for accepting minor migrants from the continent.

"Wednesday’s vote paves the way for the UK to leave the EU on 31 January, awaiting formal permission from Her Majesty The Queen."'

The Queen rubber-stamped it.

While a Democrat House putzes around with impeachment, real business gets done in Westminster, but only after a previous Parliament putzed around. Voters threw them out. That December 12 election should have informed Nancy of her precarious position. She went with impeachment anyway.

Oh well, it is not as if they were not warned.

ITEM 2: Politico reported, "President Donald Trump on Thursday said his administration planned to release its long-awaited blueprint for Middle East peace ahead of a meeting at the White House next week with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and the country’s opposition leader, Benny Gantz.

"The White House has continually teased its forthcoming peace plan, a huge undertaking spearheaded over the past few years by Jared Kushner, the president’s adviser and son-in-law. Trump has preemptively christened it the deal of the century.

"Its unveiling, however, has repeatedly been delayed because of domestic issues both in the U.S. and Israel, which is in the throes of its third election in less than a year with Netanyahu and Gantz vying to form a government."

Sending Qasem Soleimani to meet his maker helped make the deal possible. That stopped Iranian funding, which dries up the anti-Israel terrorism, which makes peace possible.

ITEM 3: The Daily Mail reported, "Prince Charles avoided shaking hands with Mike Pence, the U.S. vice president. at an Auschwitz memorial event in Jerusalem Thursday -- but then smiled as he greeted Vladimir Putin.

"A video clip of the Prince of Wales greeting officials in Israel shows him walking along the front row of seats, shaking hands with world and Jewish leaders.

"When he came to Pence, the vice president had his hand extended in apparent expectation of a handshake. But the heir to the British throne merely looked him in the eye before moving on to shake hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the country's President Reuven Rivlin."

He politicized the Holocaust memorial.

Chucky Windsor has no class at all.

UPDATE: Much as I dislike the prince, he was smeared by the press. It turned out the two already shook hands.
I should have given the old boy the benefit of the doubt. While you cannot apply the 24 Hour Rule to everything, if it looks too good to be true, it is.

I apologize to Prince Charles. He was not being Chucky Windsor.

Hat tip to readers in comments and PJ Media.

ITEM 4: The Independent reported, "Al Gore has urged governments and the global elite to take stronger action in tackling the climate crisis, comparing it to some of the greatest military actions in history–and the 9/11 terror attacks. The former US vice president made the comparisons during a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos, which was attended by teenage activist Greta Thunberg, Prince Charles, and Donald Trump.

"He said: 'The burden to act on the shoulders of the generation of the people alive today is a challenge to our moral imagination. This is Thermopylae. This is Agincourt. This is the Battle of the Bulge."

This is our Chucky Windsor.

ITEM 5: Lara M. Brown is director of the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University.

She wrote in The Hill, "while the Republican majority in the Senate may reject removing Trump from office, they cannot remove the still-metastasizing scandal that surrounds his actions with regard to Ukraine. The Senate can ignore, but it cannot remove, the damning facts and testimony from the public record, which show that Trump asked a foreign leader to investigate a potential 2020 rival and illegally withheld military assistance in an effort to gain leverage."

For pity's sake. None of this has been alleged, much less proved. What we do know is Joe  Biden boasted that he withheld $1 billion in aid until Ukrainian officials fired the prosecutor that was investigating his cocaine-addled, worthless son.

Brown's hatred of President Trump -- her 3-year temper tantrum to protest our daring to elect him -- has turned her into a Nowhere Man who just sees what she wants to see.

Her numbers are legion and they run the universities, media, and government with a zombie-like devotion to bringing the Orange Man down.

ITEM 6Reuters reported, "About 8.9 million TV viewers watched the U.S. Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump on Wednesday, the first day Democrats laid out their case against the president, marking a significant drop from the roughly 11 million viewers who watched on Tuesday, according to Nielsen ratings data."

I would rather watch a Medicare infomercial.

ITEM 7: The Lid reported, "A West Virginia state senator has invited the embattled National Rifle Association to relocate to his state in the aftermath of this week’s massive peaceful gun rights rally in Richmond, which one Virginia politician said had terrorized the city."

The NRA is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, due to its proximity to the capital. But maybe West Virginia can annex Fairfax and kick its liberal residents out.

ITEM 8: Bankrate announced, "Bankrate’s January Financial Security Index survey reveals that just four in 10 U.S. adults (41%) would cover the cost of a $1,000 car repair or emergency room visit using savings. The findings echo what previous Bankrate studies and others — including the Federal Reserve and the Pew Charitable Trusts — have found about Americans’ lack of rainy-day savings."


They all have credit cards. In case of an emergency, you put in on plastic.

But people who should know better keep running stories like this in the hope that they will get a Matt Drudge link. He rewards them. One month from now, they will post another story just like it.

ITEM 9: Washington Times reported, "The Doomsday Clock has moved 20 seconds closer to midnight, meaning the world is just 100 seconds away from complete destruction. In a live announcement Thursday morning, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists made the striking announcement that the world is symbolically within two minutes to the end of the world. The 2020 time is the closest the Clock has been to midnight since 1953, when both the U.S. and the Soviet Union were testing hydrogen bombs. Rachel Bronson, president and CEO of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, cited worsening nuclear and climate crises as the causes to inch the time forward."

This PR contraption has been around as long as I have. This is the only broken clock that is not right twice a day or even once in a lifetime.

ITEM 10: The Guardian reported, "More than 30% of inmates in Canadian prisons are Indigenous – even though aboriginal people make up just 5% of the country’s population, according to new figures released by a federal watchdog. In a scathing report published on Tuesday, the correctional investigator of Canada, Dr. Ivan Zinger, described Indigenous overrepresentation in the country’s jails and prisons as 'nothing short of a national travesty.'

"The figure is highest in the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, where Indigenous people make up 54% of the prison population."

The story also said, "Indigenous inmates also serve more of their sentence before being granted parole – and re-offend at much higher levels than non-indigenous inmates."

The tragedy is people will blame The System and not the dysfunctional tribes that produce 6 times as many criminals per capita as the rest of the population does.

ITEM 11: The Daily Wire reported, "Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign in South Carolina contacted law enforcement officials on Thursday after undercover journalists with James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas pressed the campaign to answer questions about violent remarks made by a paid Sanders campaign staffer.

"The move by the Sanders campaign to call the police on reporters for asking them tough questions comes after Project Veritas released video earlier this week that allegedly showed Sanders field organizer Martin Weissgerber saying he wanted to kill wealthy people and throw Republicans into camps."

And the rest of the press corps was silent once again because they fail to understand they will be next.

ITEM 12: Fox News reported, "CNN's Chris Cuomo rips 'Trumpers' for attacking 'kid' Greta Thunberg, critics remind him of Sandmann settlement."

Fredo is having a rough day. Week. Month. Year. Decade. Century.

ITEM 13: KPIX reported, "Following a unanimous vote by the city council Tuesday night, Oakland has now become the first city in California to ban criminal background checks on potential renters.

"'Indescribable emotions and feelings,' said John Jones III of Oakland, who got out of prison in 2012 and struggled to find a place to live in Oakland despite his well-paying job as an aviation mechanic.

"Jones said he’s among the many who left prison only to end up on the streets, contributing to Oakland’s homeless crisis. That’s why he’s been lobbying hard for the Oakland City Council to pass the Fair Chance Housing Ordinance, which says landlords will no longer be allowed to turn down potential renters because of criminal convictions."

The report contained the six words urban residents in California never want to hear about their town: "The first city in California to..."

ITEM 14: Axios reported, "To beat President Trump, Mike Bloomberg wants to be candidate Trump.

"The state of play: Axios visited Bloomberg's new campaign HQ in Times Square yesterday, and we were struck by how much his 1,000+-person team is learning from — while trying to surpass — the Trump campaigns of 2016 and 2020.

"The big picture: Bloomberg is no Trump, but is trying to beat the president at his own game."

How cute. Mini Mike really is trying to be like The Donald.

When Mini Mike gets 100 requests for tickets to a rally he will be 0.1% as good as President Trump.

ITEM 15: Zero Hedge reported, "Millions of Americans who lived through the financial crisis probably recall that not a single executive of a major investment bank was jailed in the aftermath, despite running organizations seemingly dedicated to perpetuating a criminal fraud on nearly every counterparty and client.

"But when Americans look back at the opioid crisis, they'll remember that at least one executive of a major opioid manufacturer and distributor was sentenced to a fairly weighty sentence - five-and-a-half years (66 months) in federal prison - for an illegal kickback scheme that effectively involved bribing doctors to prescribe potentially lethal doses of fentanyl. That's right: Packaged under the name brand Subsys, Insys sold a painkiller made from the same ultra-powerful synthetic opioid responsible for tens of thousands of deaths across America.

"According to the FT, which, in partnership with PBS's Frontline, is producing a documentary on the opioid crisis, John Kapoor, the founder of Insys, was sentenced to prison time on Thursday after being prosecuted under the RICO act - a law adopted decades ago to help the DoJ prosecute the mafia."

We were a banana republic under Obama where crooked CEOs did no time. Their companies just paid a fine, and the money went to some Democrat charity.

President Donald John Trump is returning us to our greatness. Crooked CEOs do their time again, just as they did under Bush 43.

ITEM 16: Vicky Spratt wrote, "The Dangerous Rise Of Men Who Won’t Date 'Woke' Women."

My body, my choice.

ITEM 17: The White House announced, "President Donald J. Trump Is Taking Action to End Birth Tourism, Protect National Security, and Curb the Abuse of Public Resources."

Uncle Sam has stopped being a sucker.

ITEM 18: Whose list is better?
If you can tie your shoes, can read an analog clock, can give the correct change back from a $20 for a $4.85 purchase, understand the lyrics of "Return to Sender" including "Special D," and bought a fifth legally on your 18th birthday, you are not a millennial.

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