Whew, what a pile! Joe Curl at Da Wire finds 7 In 10 Americans Say Country On Wrong Track Under Biden, Poll Finds. I distrust result like this because there are a least two direction for a country to be on the wrong track. However, Breitbart has a Poll: Only 37 Percent Approve of Joe Biden After He Blames Putin for Soaring Inflation, Gas Prices. Naomi Lim at WaEx sees Biden gear up for midterm elections as Democrats fear for majorities and Katherine Doyle hears 'Biden is exhausted': Half of voters skeptical president will seek reelection. I'm 50:50. Bob Spencer at Front Page on the Brand New Biden Whine, "Are Americans really just too stupid to understand the great job he's doing?" Everybody thinks voters are stupid when they vote against them. Stephen Kruiser at PJ Media thinks Vladimir Putin Is the Best Thing to Happen to Joe Biden's Pathetic Presidency. It takes a bad man to make Biden look good (or at least, not bad). Ross Kaminsky at Am Spec, Why the Democrats Are In Deep Trouble Even If They Make a Course Correction, "It’s too late for them to move to the center." Insty, DEPEND UPON IT, SIR; WHEN A MAN KNOWS THE MIDTERMS ARE IN NOVEMBER, IT CONCENTRATES HIS MIND WONDERFULLY: In an about-face, liberal U.S. cities target homeless camps.
Chris Queen at PJ Media watches Stacey Abrams Kicks Off Her Second Attempt to Ruin Georgia. KT at Haut Hair, Stacey Abrams on the campaign trail: "I did the work, now I want the job". I doesn't work that way. "Abrams has taken a page from Hillary Clinton’s playbook. She was robbed from a job she was entitled to have and after spending the last four years dividing Georgians along racial lines and grousing about voter suppression by racist Republicans, she has launched the One Georgia theme for her campaign. She’s a unifier now, you see." Georgia Star, Two Stacey Abrams-Linked Nonprofits Involved in ‘Seven Figure’ Lobbying Effort Against Voter Integrity Bill
Andy Busch at RCP discusses Mail Voting and Election Legitimacy. Paul Bedard at WaEx sees that
Ramthun goes all-in on election integrity for Wisconsin governor bid. "While he’s been dubbed an election truther by critics, questioning the
2020 balloting is not a bad thing in Wisconsin, which saw several
controversies play out two years ago, including dark-money funding by Facebook
the questionable use of ballot drop boxes, and unusual 100% voting in nursing
John Ketchum at City Journal asks Who Redistricts—Legislatures, or Judges?. Apparently, judges can overrule Republicans but not Democrats. At PJ Media VIP, Matt Margolis makes The Case Against the National Popular Vote Compact. It was always designed as a Democrat tool to circumvent the electoral college.
Tennessee Star, Tennessee House Overwhelmingly Approves Legislation Creating Three-Year Residency Requirement for Federal Candidates in Primaries. If it passes, bye-bye Morgan Ortagus. Three years seems a little long in today's mobile world.
Matt Vespa at Town Hall, Oh, So That's Who Liz Cheney Is Banking on Saving Her in Wyoming. Democrats. Austin Stone at Am Great asks The Right’s Political Landscape Has Changed—Why Haven’t Our Campaigns? Inertia is a powerful thing.Sara Gonzales @SaraGonzalesTX, "Here is the moment @BetoORourke’s staffer assaulted me right in front of him, tried to take my phone, and a @DallasPD officer joins in and assaults me while saying, “I don’t even gotta touch your phone, I can just touch you.” Does DPD serve the taxpayers or the Democrat machine?" Breitbart has a Report: Oz Looks to Exit Senate Race, Return to Television. I'm OK with that.
“Social justice” is simply a formula for destruction. It is helpful to note that, in the San Francisco school district, 35% of students are Asian, 31% are Hispanic, 14% are white, and 9% are black, so that using the term “racial segregation” to describe the situation there is absurd, invoking as it does comparison to Jim Crow, when less than a quarter of the students are either black or white. The “achievement gap” that affects San Francisco is largely between two racial minorities — Asians and Hispanics — who are mostly the children and grandchildren of immigrants who didn’t arrive in American until after the civil-rights era.
Of course, the Washington Post doesn’t explain the details of the demographics in California public schools while carelessly slinging around the word “segregation,” as if grouping students by their scholastic ability was self-evidently an unfair policy of racial discrimination.
Ace, Amazon "Quietly" Shuts down Seattle Office Where 1,800 Employees Work, Due to Skyrocketing Crime and Violent Attacks on Amazon Workers. Kevin Downey at PJ Media, Blue Cities Are Literal Toilets, and Libs Are OK With ThatThe NYT, cited by Haut Hair claims a Document in Jan. 6 case shows plan to storm government buildings "The document does not specifically mention an attack on the Capitol building itself. . . .The people familiar with the document said other evidence the government has gathered suggests that it may have been provided to Mr. Tarrio by one of his girlfriends at the time." So she was an FBI plant? Mark Tapscott at PJ has a PREDICTION: Pelosi Will Never Actually Reopen the U.S. Capitol, prolly not, but will the Republicans do it when they take the house? TR Clancy at Am Think wonders Whose Democracy Is This, Anyway? If you have to ask, it's not yours. At WJ, Jury Hit with Stunning New Information: FBI Fed Drugs to Alleged Whitmer Kidnapping Plotters Before the Tapes Rolled, because it's easier to get them to do or say something stupid that way. At LI, Did Denver Shooter of Right-Wing Protester Just Get Away With Murder? Two systems of justice.
Denver District Attorney Beth McCann announced that she was dropping second-degree murder charges initially brought against Matthew Dolloff over the October 10, 2020 political rally related shooting death of Lee Keltner. Yet photographic evidence suggests more than enough probable cause to justify testing self-defense claim at trial.
Jordain Carney (again), GOP raises red flag on Supreme Court nominee's Guantánamo work. It's fair to ask. Matt Margolis, Another Disturbing Detail About Biden's SCOTUS Pick Emerges "“Despite Jackson’s claim that she did not get to choose her clients as a public defender, she continued to advocate for Guantanamo terrorists when she went into private practice”. At Am Think, 'This Seat is Reserved': Quotas and the Supreme Court. Penny Nance at Am Great reminds us Joe Biden’s Commitment to Diversity Just a Virtue Signal, "Joe Biden’s efforts to smear and derail the advancement of minority candidates of a non-leftist bent demonstrate how hollow his commitment to “diversity” is." The Wa Free Bee explains Why Susan Collins’s Praise for Biden’s SCOTUS Pick Irks Senate Republicans. I hope we can get enough Republicans in the Senate to ditch Collins. As Paul Bedard sees a C-SPAN poll: Voters clueless about Supreme Court but trust it. But do we trust C-Span?
At Da Federalist, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Wants a Section 230 Reckoning. About Damn Time.
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