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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, powerhouse Supreme Court Justice, dies at 87

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, powerhouse Supreme Court Justice, dies at 87


Via: JohnRussell  •  83 comments  •  8 hours ago  •  LOCKED
Sep 18 9:51pm @1.4 "..." Is there proof of that?  I heard that came from NPR and to be honest NPR has gotten hard into the anti-Trump camp and has been a little loose with facts.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87


Via: Texan1211  •  47 comments  •  33 minutes ago
Sep 18 9:46pm @1.1.9 "..." From what I read, you have to go back to the 1980's to find a Senate that confirmed an opposite-party president’s Supreme Court nominee in a presidential election year. I'm not sure of all...
Tesla owner in Canada charged with 'sleeping' while driving over 90 mph - The Verge

Tesla owner in Canada charged with 'sleeping' while driving over 90 mph - The Verge


Via: Release The Kraken  •  15 comments  •  10 hours ago
Sep 18 3:41pm @5 Well maybe the Tesla was set for American roads and didn't realize it was in Canada.  I remember (way back in the day) I was up at Cold Lake AFB in Canada for a joint exercise with Canadian and...
A slip of the tongue

A slip of the tongue


By: Vic Eldred  •  115 comments  •  3 days ago  •  LOCKED
A slip of the tongue is defined as a speaker saying or revealing something unintentionally.  Yesterday, speaking at a business roundtable in Arizona, Joe Biden's chosen/assigned running mate accidentally touted certain economic plans under a "Harris administration."  Kamala Harris was promoting the Biden campaign's "Build Back Better" (LMAO) initiative when she made what some might call a...
Sep 15 12:38pm @7.1.3 Oh man,  Nevada and CA mailing out ballots to everybody who's a registered voter.  And aren't there some more states who are planning the same?  I'll admit I've not kept track of it all. But of...
Sep 15 12:23pm @7.1.1 I think (and worry) that Judge Napolitano was right in a recent article and that the legal fight over this election is going to make the Florida hanging chad recount look like a cakewalk. Most...
Surprise, Surprise: Data Reveals Where the Majority of Biden's Donations Came from – and It's Bad News for Dems

Surprise, Surprise: Data Reveals Where the Majority of Biden's Donations Came from – and It's Bad News for Dems


Via: MAGA  •  19 comments  •  4 days ago
Sep 13 9:36pm @4.1.1 Yes it is. But it's their decision to make.  I think it's a dumb decision, but it's their decision. So long as they live with the consequences of their decision and don't come back begging for more...
Sep 13 7:17pm @4 So 4.7 million donations raised $346 million.  That's only $74 per donation. I would really hope that none of those donations came from a single mother who is struggling to put food on the table...
Trump Threatens Americans With Violence During Mid-Morning Meltdown

Trump Threatens Americans With Violence During Mid-Morning Meltdown


Via: JBB  •  2 comments  •  6 days ago
Sep 13 7:21pm @2 Oh damn, a politician using fear to bash the other side in the hopes of gaining additional votes. How terrible, how horrible...   How typical in American politics. Mud slinging,  who cares except...
Bloomberg Spends $100 Million To Help Biden in Florida

Bloomberg Spends $100 Million To Help Biden in Florida


Via: JBB  •  16 comments  •  3 days ago
Sep 13 7:09pm @4 $2.4 billion was spend on the 2016 presidential election, wonder how much will all be spent on the 2020 election.  And for the people who individually put up large dollar amounts what do they...
Another October Surprise Executed Early? Timing of Liberal Media's New COVID Panic Push Is Beyond Transparent

Another October Surprise Executed Early? Timing of Liberal Media's New COVID Panic Push Is Beyond Transparent


Via: MAGA  •  70 comments  •  5 days ago
Talk about a nothing story with no basis in fact totally refuted by facts, the President, and Dr. Fauci.  
Sep 10 2:24pm @2.1.10 a list wouldn't matter to you because you refuse to accept that Trump does anything right. You continue to show it in your responses. I worry for you with your obsession of hating Trump, but it's a...
Sep 10 10:32am @2.1.5 "..." Lock downs had to be local actions because the President does not have the constitutional authority to lock down states. And initially Trump did support them as they were helping to flatten...
A message to the ACLU

A message to the ACLU


By: Vic Eldred  •  106 comments  •  one week ago  •  LOCKED
It seems that the organization once committed to civil liberties has continued it's post modern conversion into progressive ideology by taking on a young college student at Transylvania University in Kentucky. You know the student. He would like to get an education, unfortunately for the ACLU, he seems to be one who will not cower to the left, thus he must be destroyed. Before I get to...
Sep 10 11:14am @2.1.3 If the left is going to excuse the social media statement by an ACLU staffer as just their opinion which they have a right to then they really need to shut up about President Trump on social media...
Leftist women caught on video ripping up pro-Trump signs, stealing MAGA hat indicted on hate crime charges

Leftist women caught on video ripping up pro-Trump signs, stealing MAGA hat indicted on hate crime charges


Via: Release The Kraken  •  5 comments  •  one week ago
As we have seen over the last four years, Advanced stage TDS eventually leads to a complete lack of sanity and self control leading to violence against innocent and incarceration.
Sep 10 10:53am @2 While charges for stealing the child's hat and assaulting the man who came to help are correct, I feel any hate charges are over-kill. Adding a hate crime charge to this dilutes the hate crime IMO....
Bob Woodward book 'Rage:' Trump admits to concealing true threat of coronavirus - CNNPolitics

Bob Woodward book 'Rage:' Trump admits to concealing true threat of coronavirus - CNNPolitics


Via: JohnRussell  •  180 comments  •  one week ago
Sep 10 10:44am @2.2.39 "..." I sure wish we had some proof of this. All this story has is that the stylist had a phone conversation with the owner and she approved the appointment for Pelosi. There's no proof of this,...
Sep 10 9:59am @2.2.29 where did I make any claim that wearing a mask wasn't DOABLE?   Don't insert crap that isn't part of the discussion.  All I said was that masks were in short supply and the medical experts at the...
Sep 09 2:37pm @2.2.4 "..." Did enough masks exist at that time to do so?  I know that the pharmacies where I live were empty of any sort of PPE and there were countless video's on youtube showing how to sew one. I...
Sep 09 2:25pm @1.1.15 "..." A vaccine takes on average how many years to develop?  Operation Warp Speed could get a vaccine to the public this year?  And that is being done by cutting red tape which any bureaucracy...
Key model predicts 400,000 coronavirus deaths in US by January

Key model predicts 400,000 coronavirus deaths in US by January


Via: JohnRussell  •  52 comments  •  one week ago
Sep 09 7:45pm @1.1.12 "..." No, I see your point. You want to shift the blame back on to Trump while ignoring anything that takes away from that. You are ignoring a segment of the left that refuses anything that Trump...
Sep 09 6:29pm @1.1.10 You are right, Trump is not a great public speaker. But that's not the point.  The President does not have the constitutional authority to mandate face mask use in public for all people across...
Sep 09 2:06pm @1.1.7 Got it.  You can't discuss the question I asked in 1.1.1, all you want to do is hate on Trump. 
Sep 08 10:22am @1.1.1 simple question.  If Trump had imposed a nationwide lockdown, ordering businesses and schools to close, mandating people wear masks in public and all the other methods you talk about,  how many...
It's now looking like the lockdowns may have been a huge mistake

It's now looking like the lockdowns may have been a huge mistake


Via: Nerm_L  •  47 comments  •  one week ago
First of all it's necessary to understand that the country never locked down.  Essential workers didn't have the option of hiding in their basements.  The lights had to stay on, the internet kept running, trash collected, packages delivered, and store shelves stocked.  Those producing necessities still had to go to work.  The lockdowns only applied to a select few whose importance seems to be...
Sep 09 2:00pm @3.2.2 "..." What kind of leadership was being shown..  gee,  I don't know.  Maybe, just maybe he was trying to hold off a financial collapse that could have brought about a depression and hurt even...
Sep 09 1:56pm @2.3 "..." All well and good, but be honest. If the administration had ordered everybody to wear masks how many states would have filed lawsuits against President Trump for exceeding his authority?...
Georgia secretary of state says 1,000 double-voters found in primary

Georgia secretary of state says 1,000 double-voters found in primary


Via: Just Jim NC TttH  •  18 comments  •  one week ago
June 9th people. Looooooonnngg before Mr. Trump's "If you aren't sure, go to the polls and vote."
Sep 08 6:10pm @5.3 "..." Except where we see commercials on TV pushing people to get out to vote by people stating some districts that were decided by a single vote.  So those numbers, even though small, could be a...
CDC tells states: Be ready to distribute vaccines on Nov. 1

CDC tells states: Be ready to distribute vaccines on Nov. 1


Via: Vic Eldred  •  37 comments  •  2 weeks ago  •  LOCKED
Sep 03 11:58am @2 CDC releases this and then this morning and then Fauci says not so fast, not before the end of the year.  Sure would be nice if we could get a consistent message.
Biden presidency could decarbonize US power sector by 2035, Trump win would delay past 2050: Woodmac

Biden presidency could decarbonize US power sector by 2035, Trump win would delay past 2050: Woodmac


Via: Nerm_L  •  108 comments  •  2 weeks ago
How do we convert to solar energy if we don't produce solar panels?  How do we convert to wind energy if we don't produce wind turbines? We've seen this type of magical thinking during the pandemic.  We've seen politicians demand more ventilators, masks, and hospital beds.  We've seen politicians spew spittle about an inadequate stockpile.  But those items have to be produced before they...
Sep 03 11:56am @5 How much more will the average family pay for energy from all green sources?  Just looking at CA the average family pays what, 30% higher electric costs?  And a lot of people are not in a position...
For Workers, Downturn Bares Deep Rifts

For Workers, Downturn Bares Deep Rifts


Via: JohnRussell  •  12 comments  •  2 weeks ago
Sep 03 10:26am @1.2.4 A central government,  no thank you.  I believe in states rights and believe that decisions should be made at the lowest level possible, the closest to the issue. Washington politicians, IMO, are...
Sep 03 10:24am @1.2.3 Do I want to see tens of thousands evicted?  No.  I'm confident you won't see it this way,  but the administration and the republicans are trying to work thru Congress a package to send aid to the...
Sep 03 9:29am @1.2 I know you want to blame Trump and this administration,  that's  your thing. But the very article you seeded talks about the problems people have had with their State Unemployment Offices.  Key...
What are some of your favorite smells? Guess we could include sounds too...

What are some of your favorite smells? Guess we could include sounds too...


By: MsAubrey (aka Ahyoka)  •  103 comments  •  2 weeks ago
There's a lot of scents that I love; all for different reasons. The smell of tar on a spring morning reminds me of the home I lived in until the age of 8. The city would spray tar on the gravel road in front of my house every spring to help keep the dust down and gravel in place. The smell of a rain storm coming. The smell of Turbo Blue fuel being burned in a hot rod. The smell of Georgio...
Sep 01 6:25pm @13 ahh,  smells.  There are so many.  Smells are so deeply tied to memory. Fresh cut alfalfa (better than fresh cut grass IMO)Fresh cut hard woods  (cherry and maple are my favorites)The smell both...