This DeKalb County firefighter makes all Georgia fireman look great by catching a baby dropped from a second story apartment by a desperate father.
…must be pretty fine if this is all she has to bitch about. Get over yourself, lady!
Beware! Run and hide! Or perhaps not, since NASA considers 1.1 million miles from earth to be a “very close approach.” Maybe it ill comfort you to know that the agency thinks there is no chance that asteroid 2014 JO25 will actually collide with our blue ball.
If you know someone with a decent amateur telescope, ask to watch the asteroid tonight.
…if you’re the least bit curious about why most Americans find you a corrupt, slimy lot undeserving of the protections which our Constitution affords you, you might try telling the truth about the recent shooting in Fresno. You substituted “God is great!” for the shooter’s shouted words of “Allahu Akbar!”, knowing full well that your deliberate omission of the Arabic words was misleading at best. Of course, CNN simply ignored the inconvenient story altogether, lest it interfere with its narrative of mistreated and misunderstood peaceful Muslims.
Or you could have National Public Radio stop peddling the endlessly repeated lie that Planned Parenthood provides mammograms. It does not, but it does provide referrals for that and most of the other procedures it claims to offer. The fact that Barack Obama helped spread the falsehoods during his presidency does not serve to make them true.
Of course, the Fresno police haven’t much clarified the matter by declaring this a hate crime based on race because the killer of four was black and all the victims were white. Can we say “terrorism” boys and girls?
Democrats have poured millions of dollars and some Hollywood glitz into today’s Georgia congressional election for the seat once held by Rep. Tom Price, who is now Trump’s HHS secretary. They made a big effort in the recent Kansas election which Republicans won. Jon Ossoff is the Democratic vcandidate, but you will have a very difficult time finding any campaign material which mentions that he is actually a Democrat, which I think should tell us something about how Democrats view their own party’s branding these days.
UPDATE: Democrats must not like their chances if they’re resorting to stealing voting machines. New question: why did it take Cobb County two days to notify the Georgia Secretary of State about the theft?
UPDATE: I forgot to mention that Ossoff can’t even vote for himself today, as he does not live in the district he wants to represent.
UPDATE: Well, the votes have been tallied and Democrat Ossoff and Republican former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel will face off in a June 20th runoff, which favors Handel because the Republican votes won’t be distributed amongst eleven candidates. Apparently Democrats couldn’t menage to cheat enough even with some polling places suddenly extending their hours.
The dilemma for Democrats is that Kansas and Georgia were supposed to be the best targets for them and they have thus far failed. Ossoff at least recognized early on that the Democratic message wasn’t resonating and tried assiduously to avoid mentioning his party affiliation, but some of the others have already hoisted the party banner on high. As Jeremy Carl so succinctly put it, Dems couldn’t even conjure up a moral victory in Georgia.
MSM was desperate to declare the White House Easter Egg Roll a failure because it’s Trump. It seems to have gone just fine, if you’re interested, but you undoubtedly headr more abut the egg roll than anything to do with the reason for Easter. Some of us let go of the Easter bunny tradition with age, some with great reluctance, and some with utter confusion.
Some of us reflected on the historical significance of Christianity. Most of us celebrated the day around the world, many by attending church services, as we find ourselves the most persecuted religious group on the planet, a position long held by the Jews. A few of us managed even in the Middle East, but you have to ask yourself if Christianity will survive in its birthplace. Explaining Easter to those without any understanding of Christianity or Western culture can be tricky, but rewarding.
By the way, the Shroud of Turin was authenticated for the second time last year, using far stricter scientific methods than have ever been applied to climate change or cholesterol studies.
If you’re not still comatose from too much delicious dinner try finding the egg hidden amongst the floral bouquets here.