Yes, and Looey Gomer, Jason "Tim Curry" Chaffetz and Curt Gowdy-Doody did nothing to stop it or slow it down. They just grandstanded hoping to improve their own positions withing the swamp. F*ck them...
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
05/13/2019 10:36 Comments ||
No, it was a coup attempt, but it did not come close. We did not have to clean our guns and head to DC, we did not have to take our nation back by force. It would have come to an armed revolt if they even came close. To the authors point, they have no idea how close they came to making their political attempt an kinetic one.
Posted by: 49 Pan ||
05/13/2019 11:46 Comments ||
Yes to all you said 49 Pan. Except for the gun cleaning part--it's good to keep them clean and at the ready all the time.
[MSNBC] On this week’s episode of "Saturday Night Politics with Donny Deutsch," Jim Cramer, the host of CNBC’s "Mad Money," talks about Trump’s economy, and a winning political message: "If you don’t slam that $200 million per year executive, I think people think you’re heartless."
[Babylon Bee] LA MESA, CA‐As part of a widespread crackdown on unacceptable viewpoints on the social network, Facebook sent out its SWAT teams Monday to arrest local man Kent Rogers for illegal possession of conservative views.
After Facebook took out several fringe personalities last week, conservatives thought they were in the clear, but it turns out they were just next on the list.
Rogers' arrest was part of a broader push against the illegal conservative view trade, which is estimated to affect millions of innocent Americans every year. Facebook SWAT specialists lined up outside his house for an early-morning, no-knock raid after he was caught posting a meme about Hillary Clinton's 30,000 missing emails on his page.
"We booked him on possession of several tons of illicit viewpoints, including the idea that government should be relatively small, Christian values are generally a good thing, and cisgendered males aren't always bad," one lieutenant of the Facebook SWAT force said. "Residents of La Mesa can rest easy tonight knowing these ideas are off the streets."
Proud officers took pictures with their haul, including hundreds of deadly books that question a far-left worldview, a signed picture of Ronald Reagan, and a copy of The Art of the Deal, a banned substance in all 50 states.
[WND] This week marks the 71st birthday (or rebirth) of Israel as a nation. Happy Birthday, Israel! And a big congrats to our friend and the prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu (Bibi), for winning his fifth term in office this past month!
For those who might not be real familiar with the rebirth of Israel as a nation, let me briefly summarize the story. In 1947, the newly established United Nations officially accepted the idea to divide or partition the Holy Land ‐ including Jerusalem ‐ into a region for the Jews (Israel) and a region for the Arabs (Palestine). As a result, Britain relinquished its stronghold in the area on May 14, 1948, when Israel gave its Declaration of Independence
Tel Aviv became the temporary seat of government until the state of Israel moved it to Jerusalem in December 1949. Despite the shift in location, the U.S. embassy was built in Tel Aviv in 1966. At the same time, believe it or not, the U.S. consulate has had a presence in West Jerusalem since 1844. Yes, you read that year correctly. (It is further interesting to note that other countries ‐ like Britain and France ‐ have their consulates in East Jerusalem ‐ yes, East Jerusalem.)
The new U.S. embassy officially moved last year under president Trump’s direction on the site of the U.S. consulate general. We are the first country to open an embassy in Jerusalem since before 1980, while 86 countries continue today to have their embassies in Tel Aviv.
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.