The Brainiac of Congress
What an important victory for the people of Minnesota!
This is what happens when communities come together to oppose mining projects that will line the pockets of fossil fuel execs at the expense of our planet. https://t.co/H1iHhGbuLm
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) January 14, 2020
Obergruppenfuhrer wannabe and Bernie Sanders key staffer in Iowa, Kyle Jurek, got arrested a few days before the Project Veritas sting video where he loudly boasted about mass murdering and imprisoning those who will not submit to the will of Landru or Lenin, on an array of charges including drunk driving. But wait! There’s more! The little darling was bailed out of jail and there is no comment from the Sanders campaign on where the money came from and who sprung him. The Morning Report – 1/17/20
What to Expect During the Senate Impeachment Trial As a former Secretary of the Senate — the Senate’s chief legislative, financial, and administrative officer it’s painful to hear pundits and so-called legal experts misinform people. Much of the disinformation and errors seem to be coming from CNN (surprise!) and, of course, the Twitterati. I’m happy to help set the record straight.
Anybody know what the deal is with gay men and the formality they seem to prefer in names? Maybe your experience is different, but every gay man I have ever known – and remember, I lived in San Francisco just off Castro Street for several years – wanted to be called Robert, or Michael, or James. Never Bobby, Mike or Jimmy. A notable exception would be Pete Buttigieg. Though, I suppose if you are a gay man and Butt is already part of your name, adding Peter to the mix would be a bridge too far. Thoughts from the ammo line | Power Line
Why I think the media organizations are in really big trouble: How can major news organizations sustain their operations with a declining viewership that’s less than a mid-size popular podcast? To make my point, let’s compare one I really like, Mark Dice, and CNN (because I’m from Atlanta) with clown Don Lemon. Don Lemon is CNN’s second highest-rated show, and he averages ~800k viewers per show; yes, you read that right. Compare that to Mark Dice, who has 1.53mm subscribers on YouTube. In a 5-10 minute video, he’ll get between 150k and 500k viewers, and sometimes even upwards to a million. This is with Dice swimming upstream against content suppression and YouTube manipulating view counts. CNN continues to pay airports. Dice provides funny commentary on real stories, while CNN provides commentary on fake stories. [continue reading…]