Sunday, March 20, 2022

"I'm Not a Vet, But I Know What a Dog Is"

Rick Moran at PJ Media reassures us Generic Ballot Shows GOP Crushing Democrats by 11 Points in Midterm Election. But don't get cocky, I'm sure the Democrats have something nasty in store. Margot Cleveland at the Fed has a quick rundown of SpyGate 101: A Primer On The Russia Collusion Hoax’s Years-long Plot To Take Down Trump. The Hill reports that in a brilliant stroke, RNC launches voter registration initiative at gas stations amid rising prices. Chris Queen at PJ Media thinks so too, The RNC Has a Brilliant Way to Help Americans Fight Back Against Biden's High Gas Prices

YaHoo! says Democrats Want to Party Like It’s 2018 and Push Health Care, because it worked so well last time. Dan McLaughlin at NR thinks the Biden WH is gearing up to drive Sinema out of the party. Good, we Republicans could use a few more good looking bi-sexual women in Congress.

CNN whines that Ron DeSantis follows the Trump playbook ahead of 2024. If by that you mean by actually delivering what his supporters want, instead being Democrat-lite, then they're right. The Tampa Freep notices the AP Admitting America Got Wealthier And Smarter In The Second Half Of The 2010s, While Trump Was President. Connection?  Politico is pleased to announce a Liberal billionaire’s nonprofit splashed $56M in 2020, "Berger Action Fund, founded by the Swiss-born billionaire Hansjörg Wyss, sent $31 million of that money to Sixteen Thirty Fund, the left's leading "dark-money" hub." But I thought dark money was bad? "It’s unclear if Wyss is an American citizen, according to the Times’ reporting on the Swiss-born billionaire. . ."

At WaEx, Hawaiian Judge strikes down four Arkansan voting laws

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen granted the plaintiffs, the League of Women Voters of Arkansas and Arkansas United, a permanent injunction over the measures, which would tighten voting requirements and were enacted last year by the Legislature.
Wouldn't it just be easier to have the judges write to voting laws, despite the Constitution?

At Da Blaze, Canadian energy official is 'frustrated' Biden is looking to Venezuela and Iran for oil: 'We're right next door! We're here!'. As long a Putin is grabbing Ukraine, maybe we should grab Canada. Except Quebec, of course, nobody wants Quebec. From Fox, Mark Ruffalo, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Stiller and more stars sign letter protesting Canada Gas Pipeline. Peter Coy at NYT (cited by Haut Hair),  Cut the gas tax? No, no, no Anxious claims a Scoop: White House considered sending Americans gas cards. When in trouble or in doubt, scream like loons, throw money out.
A House Democratic counsel on Wednesday laid out for the White House a list of reasons why gas cards would be a bad idea, including:
  • It would be expensive and poorly targeted.
  • It could worsen inflation and wouldn't do much to lower costs.
  • Delivering the cards would be a slow process that could bog down the IRS in the middle of the filing season, potentially delaying people's tax returns.

At WUWT,  The World Faces Both A Hydrocarbon Shortage And A Divest Fossil Fuels Movement. What Next, Oil Patch?. France 24, War in Ukraine sparks concerns over worldwide food shortages. Beef magazine examines Ukraine-Russia: Implications on cattle market, "we have fewer cattle to sell, but it also means higher cattle prices." Sundance at CTH sees Bloomberg Has Inflation Advice for Proles Making Less Than $300k a Year – Shut Up, Eat Lentils, Ride the Bus and Kill Your Pets. Lovely. 

Bonchie at Red State, The Final Nail in the Coffin of Mask Hysteria Emerges Korea is catching up to the US despite masking culture, thanks to Omicron. "For the hysterics, though, the beat goes on. They are going to cling to their useless face diapers because there’s power in pushing COVID mitigation. It’s up to the rest of us to ignore them, and if they are elected officials, to vote them out of office." Jazz Shaw at Haut Hair VIP, NYC Mayor to roll back vaccine mandate, but only on his own schedule. They voted poorly. Not as poorly as the previous time, but poorly.

At WaEx, WATCH: Attendees argue over transgender NCAA Division I winner Lia Thomas. A classic exchange. Madeleine Kearns@madeleinekearns, "“I’m not a vet but I know what a dog is." At Da Wire, ‘This Was A South Park Episode’: Social Media Erupts After Lia Thomas Crushes Female Competitors At NCAA Tourney .

Bob Spencer at PJ Media, With the World on Fire, You’ll Be Astonished at What the House of Representatives is Doing 

The bill is designed to ensure that, in the words of the Associated Press, “black people who wear hairstyles like Afros, cornrows or tightly coiled twists” do not have to endure “bias in society, school and the workplace.” Now, if a tony restaurant opts not to hire the fellow with his green hair fashioned into spikes as a maître d’, “such discrimination is a violation of federal civil rights law.”

John Sexton at Haut Hair delves into the details of What really happened at the Yale Law School protest. They should all be expelled (but of course they won't), but it's quite likely they'll face significant discrimination in finding jobs, as they should. Scott Johnson at Power Line has A word from Judge Silberman. And to Derek Hunter at Town Hall for the summary, To Hell with These Leftists.

Rick Moran at PJ Media reports the  Jan. 6 Committee Will Hire a Writer to Create a 'Compelling Narrative', because they haven't been able to find one. I suggest Stephen King. From PM, good news, BLM activist and convicted pedophile sentenced to 39 months in prison following 2020 attack at DC Trump rally, "In addition to illegal possession of a firearm and assault on his relative, Deberry also violently assaulted a Trump supporter at the 2020 protest where he was arrested, although the courts dropped the charges as part of the plea." "BLM activist" is pretty much a euphemism for street thug.

Rebecca Downs at Town Hall, With Media Allies, White House Is Dismissing Criticisms of Judge Jackson's Record as ‘Disingenuous Attacks’ while at the WaPoo, Ruth Marcus whines Josh Hawley lets us know how low the GOP plans to go in questioning Jackson, actually asking her about her written opinions on child porn and sex offenders. At Insty, WHEN BIG FIRMS REPRESENTED AL QAEDA TERRORISTS, we were told that everyone has a right to representation.

Yet big firms were bullied into dropping Trump as a client, none of them appear to be offering pro bono representation to the January 6 defendants, and now we see this: Harvard, Yale, And Stanford Law Students And Faculty Pressure U.S. Law Firms To Cut Ties With Russian Clients.

So given that lawyers apparently are morally responsible for their choice of clients, I think it’s fair to criticize Ketanji Brown Jackson for representating accused terrorists.

Vet hard, vet fair, vote your conscience. 

 Regarding the recent admission by the NYT that the Hunter Biden laptop was the real deal, Nick Arama at Red State says  Let Us Not Forget That Intel Letter That Influenced the Election, the one that claimed the laptop story was Russian disinformation. Also, Response From Intel Letter Signers Tells You Everything You Need to Know. NYPo (who did run with the laptop story), on the Spies who lie: 51 ‘intelligence’ experts refuse to apologize for discrediting true Hunter Biden story. Jeff Lord at News Busters, The New York Times, Hunter Biden and the Suicide of Media Credibility. You can't kill what they never had. Also at NYPo, Republicans demand new probe into Hunter Biden laptop, coverup. Good luck with that. Rusty Weiss at the PI, Former Intelligence Director Calls For Investigation Of Officials Who Falsely Claimed Hunter Biden Laptop Was ‘Russian Disinformation’, Rick Grinnell. Yeah, good luck with that too. At the minimum it will have to be after the midterms.

At Fox, Mother of Hunter Biden's child provides docs to Delaware investigators, Devine says, "Will the president's son be indicted in federal tax probe?" I would be surprised. He just paid a huge tax bill, and will likely claim "no harm, no foul" and get away with it.

Twitchy, HuffPost correspondent has a message for those fools still ‘frothing at the mouth’ over Hunter Biden’s laptop. It's an at least amusing thread of twits. 

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