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Friday quickies: Rail strike, USM/WNT money, AZ elections, tire deflations

| December 2, 2022 | 9 Comments
Friday quickies: Rail strike, USM/WNT money, AZ elections, tire deflations

The Senate joined the House in passing a bill causing the rail unions to abide by the Biden-negotiated settlement reached in September… whether the union agreed to the contract or not. The Senate vote was 80-15. It came one day after the House voted to impose the agreement. The measure now goes to President Joe […]

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Administration follies

| December 1, 2022 | 11 Comments
Administration follies

Dr. Fauci, our resigned but not yet gone National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases chief, has changed his tune a bit. “I have a completely open mind about that, despite people saying that I don’t. I have a totally open mind about that,” Fauci told host Chuck Todd. “But if you look at the […]

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Whale Wars and Lobster Follies

| November 30, 2022 | 18 Comments
Whale Wars and Lobster Follies

US Whaling Ship Chas. W Morgan Because of a cascading series of remarkable decisions by multinational environmental organizations, Maine’s renowned lobster industry is under attack. It all begins because of an event that has never occurred. Whole Foods upsets Maine politicians with decision to stop selling lobster By Matthew Sedacca Whole Foods’ decision to stop […]

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Retired Marine Generals Attempt to Include Beirut Bombing Victims in Legislation

| November 17, 2022 | 19 Comments
Retired Marine Generals Attempt to Include Beirut Bombing Victims in Legislation

Kudos to seven Marine generals who are urging to have those affected by the 1983 Marine Barracks Bombing be included in legislation to compensate victims of terrorism. Retired Marine generals call on Schumer to compensate Beirut bombing victims BY LAURA KELLY – 11/15/22 Seven retired four-star generals from the U.S. Marine Corps are urging Senate leaders […]

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Maricopa County election judge provides firsthand account of fraud

| November 14, 2022 | 33 Comments
Maricopa County election judge provides firsthand account of fraud

Michele Swinick served as one of the Maricopa Country election judges.  She claimed that the tabulators worked perfectly the night before Election Day. However, the day of the election, the tabulators had problems reading ballots. The “defective ballots” were slated for “Door 3”. According to Michele Swinick, this was part of a well planned operation […]

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Election spending: Beto and Stacey’s spending, Soros’ success

| November 12, 2022 | 7 Comments
Election spending: Beto and Stacey’s spending, Soros’ success

The exact total varies, but between the last three campaigns Beto O’Rourke running for Senator, President, and Texas Governor, Beto has spent a LOT of money to accomplish… nothing. Estimates range from $175,000,000  to “only” $140,000,000. Tim Young, a conservative comedian, pointed out how much money O’Rourke has wasted in his failed gambits for elected […]

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School board elections became a ‘red undercurrent’

| November 11, 2022 | 8 Comments
School board elections became a ‘red undercurrent’

State and local elections, involving education, appeared to favor conservatives. Parent involvement with policies related to their children’s education motivated pro-parent/pro-education candidates to run. Many of them won across the country, making pro-parent groups happy with many of the election results. From Fox News: “Parents are fired up, and they’re winning, even in blue states,” […]

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Noon Wednesday: Republicans tank

| November 10, 2022 | 22 Comments
Noon Wednesday: Republicans tank

As this is written (Wednesday noon), the Republicans hold a narrow lead for the House,  a dead heat for the Senate, and are holding no more than even for governorships. A far cry from the supposed red tide widely touted as inevitable. There is some good news, with Beto O’Rourke and Stacey Abrams going down […]

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