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    If Black Lives do in fact matter, where’s the outcry over millions of aborted black babies?

    Blacks are about 13% of the US population, yet account for 37% of all abortions. Black women are  five times more likely to abort than white women. About 1,900 black babies are aborted EVERY DAY in America. Since 1973, almost 17 MILLION black babies have been killed. Genocide, anyone? Michael Novak: ” Abortion has swept through the Black community like a scythe, cutting down every | Read More »

    See there, Black Lives DO Matter……to MSNBC: Alex Wagner, Ed Schultz, The Cycle GONE, but Rev Al lives on ( for now?)

    In case you missed today’s least important news, the changes, (and heads) at MSNBC have begun to roll Cancelled are Ed Schultz, Alex Wagner, and The Cycle ( which means that we also get to say bye-bye to that avowed racist and anti-Semite, Toure….a “twofer” if you’re keeping score here) Chuck Todd, “El Rushbo’s” favorite punching bag, gets a new one hour gig, and Brian | Read More »

    WWCD? (“What will Chuckie do?)

    Maybe it should read “JWTHICSGDN?” “Just what the heck is Chuckie Schumer gonna do now?” One of the longest running inside the Beltway jokes was that the most dangerous place to be in Washington was between Chuckie Schumer and a camera. The man was noted for his eagerness to get face time with the media, and would hold a presser at the drop of a | Read More »

    Hey Mods…what’s with all the weird diaries? Is this an attack?

    It’s an improvement  ( of sorts)from the Turkish poker posts, ( haven’t seen those for a while… but this has got to stop… Coordinated leftie attack, or just David Brock totally coming unglued? Hey, maybe Trump can keep ’em out. Why not ask him?

    Hey Reince, you just got a sneak preview of the first GOP circus, er…..debate. Happy?

    Well, well Chairman Preibus, I guess your little chat with the Trumpster was a rip-roaring success after all. Yup, he calmed down, “toned it down”…and now look. Reince, you were just treated to a sneak preview of what the first GOP debates are going to be: a three NO Trump circus. Everything will be all about The Donald, all the time. And it’s all your | Read More »

    Chicago makes Greece look like Switzerland: Do you know what “capitalized interest” is?

    Just when you think it can’t get any worse, it does. Chicago’s finances are an absolute disaster. The city is bankrupt..it’s as bad as Detroit; the only difference is that it just hasn’t gotten around to, or been forced, to own up to the truth. City Journal has a superb analysis of Chicago’s fiscal woes, “Chicago’s Financial Fire” here. Aaron Renn does a superb job of dissecting | Read More »

    If Biden runs, could Obama NOT endorse him?

    Donald Trump has dominated the political news, yet there were multiple reports last week that Joe Biden is getting very close to jumping into the race for the Democrat nomination. The VP is still dealing with the tragic death of his son, and we heard stories that shortly before his passing,  Beau Biden had uttered a “death bed” wish that his father should run for | Read More »

    Maybe the CIA should hire Francisco Sanchez?

    It’s fascinating to watch how the MSM, and yes, even the conservative media, focuses on the key issues that are developing in the murder of Katherine Steinle by Francisco Sanchez, an illegal, in San Francisco. In descending order, this seems to be the sequence of media attention: 1. The tragedy  of this beautiful, innocent young woman murdered, in mid day,  while walking with her father | Read More »

    “Tail Gunner Trump”

    Sen. Joe McCarthy is best known for attempting to make the case that the US government was riddled with Soviet spies and Communist sympathizers. McCarthy was of course, correct,  ( just Google “Verona Project”) but was unable to successfully make his case to the American people, in part because of his tactics and his temperament  ( no doubt  fueled by his alcoholism) The left reacted | Read More »

    The 2016 GOP presidential field needs a “rabbit.”

    Most people can correctly identify Roger Bannister  as the man who first ran a mile in under 4 minutes, in 1954. I expect  nobody can recognize the names Chris Bracher and Chris Chataway. The two served as pacemakers, or “rabbits” for Banister’s accomplishment. They set the pace in the early laps, allowing Bannister to focus early on just the mechanics of running free and easy, | Read More »