Wait, Katie Couric withheld Justice Ginburg’s harshest comments on kneeling during the national anthem?
She did it to protect Ginsburg? Why? Because Ginsburg called the act “dumb and disrespectful.”
If you weren’t convinced about the media bias before then, there it is. Would Couric have “protected” any conservative judge on any issue?
California announced it is going to ban the sale of gas-powered leaf blowers and lawn mowers.
Let’s go back to the questions we’ve been asking as the President begs OPEC and Russia to increase oil output.
When the U.S. was energy independent, did we care the price of oil dropped? No.
You’re committed to freeing the U.S. of all oil usage. Do you care about OPEC then? No.
Your largest state is setting the pace to ban oil based products. Do you care about OPEC? No.
And yet you want OPEC to raise production and lower costs now? Yea, right.
The Supreme Court justices are divided over the fairness of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s death sentence?
The liberals are questioning the district judge’s exclusion of mitigating evidence and conservatives finding little reason to second-guess decisions made at his 2015 trial.
Really, you’re worried about the bomber?
I am more concerned about the police officer’s family and the others killed and maimed by his actions. To me he gave up his rights when he bombed and shot them.
This morning we saw Jobless claims declined to 293,000 last week, the first time benefit applications fell below 300,000 since the pandemic began in 2020.
Less people in the workplace, lower unemployment rate and declining claims.
I wonder if free benefit pull backs have anything to do with it.
The inflation report said it is hitting levels not seen in 13 years. An annual pace: up 5.4%.
Prices were higher for houses, rent, food, gas, electricity, furniture, new cars, TVs and restaurant meals. Children’s shoes, as an example, are up 11.9% — a record-high gain in data that stretches back to the 1950s.
Let me understand again why you want to infuse $3.5 trillion more into the marketplace now. 5.4% is not high enough?
Oh yea, I hear the talk of higher wages.
Well, the government said that higher prices are outstripping pay gains workers have achieved.
Average hourly wages rose 4.6% in September. Inflation cost them 5.4%. Think they’re winning?
Add this warning to the above. The winter report for heating costs said:
Americans can expect their home heating bills to jump significantly over the winter months compared to last year. The EIA reported some citizens could be paying 54% more.
We expect that the nearly half of U.S. households that heat primarily with natural gas will spend 30% more than they spent last winter on average — 50% more if the winter is 10% colder-than-average and 22% more if the winter is 10% warmer-than-average.
We expect the 41% of U.S. households that heat primarily with electricity will spend 6% more — 15% more in a colder winter and 4% more in a warmer winter.
The 5% of U.S. households that heat primarily with propane will spend 54% more — 94% more in a colder winter and 29% more in a warmer winter.
How does the administration survive this? I saw Psaki’s news conference yesterday, she said all was well and under control. Oh.
The Democrats best hope (Donald Trump) helped them again yesterday.
Check this statement he released:
“If we don’t solve the Presidential Election Fraud of 2020 (which we have thoroughly and conclusively documented), Republicans will not be voting in ‘22 or ‘24. It is the single most important thing for Republicans to do.”
WHAT? WHAT? Not voting so the socialists can expand and do more damage? What?
I can’t even begin to understand or explain that.
By the way, neither could other Republicans. Look at these comments:
Trump’s words sent a shiver down the spines of Republicans of all stripes, especially after comments of a similar ilk suppressed GOP turnout ahead of the Georgia Senate runoffs on Jan. 5, handing the two seats and control of the upper chamber to Democrats.
“Republicans may have invited Trump to live as master of their hearts, but hopefully they’re blocking his voting advice from their heads,” one GOP strategist told the Morning Report.
“Because if we get fewer votes than Democrats next November, we won’t win.“
The news also frustrated those who deal with voters day-to-day. When sent the statement, one Republican who will be on a ballot next year expressed pure exasperation. “F—ing hell. It’s just unreal,” the Republican candidate told the Morning Report, adding that at least 75 percent of voters bring up election fraud at stops along the campaign trail.
RICH LOWRY said:
”I guess unnecessarily losing the Georgia special elections — and empowering JOE BIDEN to spend additional trillions and get through a bunch of dreadful executive branch and judicial nominees — was just the proof of concept.”
And by the way:
A Georgia state judge yesterday dismissed a lawsuit from a voting group that sought to inspect absentee ballots cast in Fulton County, a day after state investigators said they hadn’t found any counterfeit ballots there.
Maybe you can explain it because I can’t.
Now the New York Post broke a story today on the election that basically said (and provided evidence) that in the 2020 election:
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent hundreds of millions of dollars to turn out likely Democratic voters. But this wasn’t traditional political spending.
He funded a targeted, private takeover of government election operations by nominally nonpartisan — but demonstrably ideological — nonprofit organizations.
Analysis conducted by our team demonstrates this money significantly increased Joe Biden’s vote margin in key swing states. In places like Georgia, where Biden won by 12,000 votes, and Arizona, where he won by 10,000, the spending likely put him over the top.
1. The 2020 election wasn’t stolen — it was likely bought by one of the world’s wealthiest and most powerful men pouring his money through legal loopholes.
2. This unprecedented merger of public election offices with private resources and personnel is an acute threat to our republic and should be the focus of electoral reform efforts moving forward.
You can read the study and story here: