Archive for October 2016
I’m letting Debby Witt at The Corner do my Halloween work for me this year. She never disappoints, does she?
The American people proved their naivete by electing His Oneness twice, but two national polls show we have smartened up enough to realize the media is almost entirely pro-Clinton. A majority of Clinton supporters see it as well.
The one benefit I see coming from this wretched political season is that very few in the media will any longer be charged with committing journalism.
That’s what the mayor of one of the Italian towns hit by earthquakes said, and that’s probably a fair description of the destruction. This is the same region which suffered quakes in August, and some of the villages basically no longer exist. Many of this area’s ancient buildings had survived the August quakes, but not this one. For some of these picturesque spots, the future may indeed be finished.
Put the people of central Italy in your prayers, and let us hope that there is much less loss of life this time than in August.
UPDATE: So far there is no reported loss of life. Drones have taken to the skies to record the incredible damage.
No, this has nothing to do with Bill Clinton or Anthony Weiner. It’s about what happens to a sad old widower when a four-year-old child notices him in a grocery store and they strike up a friendship.
Michael Goodwin of the New York Post has the best opening line of the month with regard to the FBI re-opening the investigation into Queen Hillary’s emails: “It looks as if the gods finally got sick of her.”
Of course, FBI Director James Comey’s letter suggests a number of things to us, among them that the first FBI investigation was incomplete at best. It also raises the specter that Huma Abedin was either misleading in her testimony about her email accounts, or outright perjured herself.
There are at least three competing theories as to why Comey took this step. All seem plausible to me. The report that DOJ disapproved of Comey’s decision and his letter makes it all the more interesting.
The media is already scrambling to minimize the event. A Democratic group has filed a complaint against the FBI. There is already a rich irony in Hillary complaining about the investigation being reopened — she hopes we don’t remember this.
If you believe the media polling, Queen Hillary is so far ahead that she’ll win in a landslide. Or at least she’s so comfortably ahead that she’d now devoting her efforts to helping down-ballot Democrats. Or that some other mysterious force is at work to ensure that the next president will be a fat old woman in poor health and would be the most corrupt person ever to occupy that space.
No matter what you believe, the truth is that no one really knows. This is not a normal election. We the People are angry, as we should be after nearly eight years of His Oneness, not to mention the prospect of Queen Hillary finishing off what is left of our nation.
Seth Keshel does an admirable job of laying it all out for you. Please read it, then pass it along. Our future depends on it.
This is how rich New Yorkers are, and they become worse when they achieve political power. Mayor Bill De Blasio thought nothing of shutting down a Little League baseball game for more than an hour so he could land his helicopter on the field, at least until the reason for the delay started becoming public knowledge.
Liberals and progressives believe it is their right to do whatever they can get away with. They are entitled, because they are somehow special and deserve more than we little people do. You have only to look to the behavior of His Oneness in the White House to imagine how dangerous Queen Hillary would be.