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 on: February 20, 2017, 06:53:35 am 
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President Trump's war with the media was measured by an Emerson College poll Thursday. It found that more Americans trust Trump than they trust what the national media says. And no, CNN, President Trump did NOT praise Friday's blizzard in the Northeast for being white and strong.
Washington D.C. went to the barricades Friday over a court ruling on a president's right to ban entry to potentially dangerous aliens. Trump never had a chance. It's the same 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that ruled British troops were perfectly within their rights to burn down the White House.
Senator Elizabeth Warren used her opposition to the confirmation of Jeff Sessions as Attorney General to vault herself into the Democratic Party's left-wing. She's on fire. At the end of her floor speech, Liz gave a big shout-out to all poor people who aren't killing rich people for some reason yet.
Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions took office Thursday over Democratic howls that he's named after two Confederate icons. However, they didn't mind a president's middle name being Hussein. It just illustrates the left's point that Southerners are more dangerous than Muslims.
Senate Democrats called off their planned all-night filibuster against Tom Price's nomination for HHS Secretary on Thursday. They're all still livid over Hillary losing to Trump. Democrats will never forgive Donald Trump for being the first man in history to win an argument with a woman.
Barack Obama was shown on TV kite-surfing behind a speedboat in the warm ocean water off Sir Richard Branson's private island in the Bahamas on Friday. The cameras showed Obama laughing, smiling and enjoying himself. That could change when he tries to re-enter the United States.
The Huffington Post gave a rave review to the FXX comedy You're the Worst for its hilarious groundbreaking scenes dealing with a female character's depression. Humor and sympathy can help out any condition. Think about poor Hillary, Valentine's Day and President's Day in the same week.
The White House accused the media of making up news to try to undermine Donald Trump's presidency. The mainstream media is doing all it can to nail him. Last week CNN denied fake news claims, after reporting that Queen Elizabeth will become president after Trump's impeachment.
The University of Delaware announced the school will honor its alum Joe Biden by dedicating a new building on campus to house the new Joe Biden Institute. It's quite an impressive structure. The building is four stories tall and in Joe Biden's honor the elevator doesn't go all the way to the top.
Pop singer Joy Villa showed at the Grammy Awards in a dress advertising Trump's name and reading Make America Great Again in large letters. Photos are all over social media. Millions of women want to know just where they can buy this dress, and all we know so far is, not Nordstrom's.
Jennifer Lopez told the Grammy Awards Sunday that celebrities need to speak out on politics now more than ever with Trump in the White House. Conservatives have decided to set up a Suicide Watch for stars who are still angry over the election. It's not to stop them, mind you, it's just to watch.
New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft said his Super Bowl-winning players are free to go to the White House to celebrate, or not. There are lots of Democrats on the Patriots. Last week six members of the team joined Hillary Clinton among the people who won't be going to the White House.
Jerry Brown thanked FEMA for sending emergency flood money to California Tuesday. He'd have thanked President Trump, but he's got a career in Hollywood to consider after office. Jerry doesn't want to spend the last ten years of his life calling his agent and asking if there's anything yet.
The White House scandal over foreign interference in domestic politics reached Hollywood on Saturday. Before my set at the Comedy Store I tried out a new joke on Yakov Smirnov, and he told me that the joke would work and Yakov was right, it killed. Now Democrats are calling for my resignation.
President Trump stood at a press conference Wednesday and said he was one hundred percent behind Israel. Earlier in the week, he ripped Germany for the country's open border policy. Okay, say Trump's critics, other than his support for Jews and his dislike of Germany, he's JUST like Hitler.
-- Argus Hamilton
Trump went on Twitter this morning and said that MSNBC and CNN are unwatchable. Then he said, "And I know, because I spend ALL DAY watching them."
-- Jimmy Fallon

 on: February 19, 2017, 11:37:05 pm 
Started by PzLdr - Last post by PzLdr
McSorley's Ale House, a lower NYC institution opened this day in 1854. Home of [when I went there] two beers for a buck [a pale ale, or a stout], and the best ham/cheese and onion sandwiches on Earth, McSorley's was famous for not letting women in until a lawsuit in the late '60s/ early 70s. I still remember the front page of the DAILY NEWS with a picture of a pioneering feminist getting a beer poured on her head. Last time I was there, they still had one restroom, and were in the process of replacing the frosted glass door panels with clear glass, allowing an unobstructed view of the urinals. the memorabilia on the walls, the dust covered wishbones on the ceiling lamp made it the best place in NYC t drink.

If you haven't been there, I believe you've missed out. I think it recently closed. If you have been there, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

 on: February 18, 2017, 04:21:53 am 
Started by apples - Last post by apples

Communities just downstream of California's Lake Oroville dam would not receive adequate warning or time for evacuations if the 770-foot-tall dam itself ? rather than its spillways ? were to abruptly fail, the state water agency that operates the nation's tallest dam repeatedly advised federal regulators a half-decade ago.

The state Department of Water Resources informed federal dam regulators that local emergency officials "do not believe there is enough time to perform evacuations in the communities immediately downstream of the dam during a sudden failure," according to a Feb. 8, 2011 letter reviewed by The Associated Press.
More Stimulating Talk - Los Angeles

Absent "significant" advance warning, emergency responders instead would likely withdraw to safer ground and prepare for victims, said the same letter by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which oversees safety of hydroelectric dams, in a summary of the state's conclusions.

The catastrophic scenario of a sudden breach at California's second-largest water reservoir, outlined between 2010 and 2012 in online archives of federal dam regulators, is a different and far graver situation than the concern that prompted sudden evacuation orders Sunday for 188,000 downstream residents.

You can thank Jerry brown and the darter snail for the deaths and destruction this will cause.

 on: February 18, 2017, 04:19:43 am 
Started by apples - Last post by apples
After a poisonous Obama/Clinton/Kerry, a major house cleaning should be expected.  They could fire every employee working at the State Department, and in my view, it would be justified and necessary.  I would sooner have all new people without the expertise than folks that would be disloyal to the president.

Fire every last sob!

I cannot wait to see the reduction of the epa.

 on: February 17, 2017, 09:53:06 pm 
Started by apples - Last post by jafo2010
After a poisonous Obama/Clinton/Kerry, a major house cleaning should be expected.  They could fire every employee working at the State Department, and in my view, it would be justified and necessary.  I would sooner have all new people without the expertise than folks that would be disloyal to the president.

Fire every last sob!

 on: February 17, 2017, 12:52:12 pm 
Started by apples - Last post by apples

While Rex Tillerson is on his first overseas trip as Secretary of State, his aides laid off staff at the State Department on Thursday.

Much of seventh-floor staff, who work for the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources and the Counselor offices, were told today that their services were no longer needed.

These staffers in particular are often the conduit between the secretary?s office to the country bureaus, where the regional expertise is centered. Inside the State Department, some officials fear that this is a politically-minded purge that cuts out much-needed expertise from the policy-making, rather than simply reorganizing the bureaucracy.

There are clear signals being sent that many key foreign policy portfolios will be controlled directly by the White House, rather than through the professional diplomats.

 on: February 17, 2017, 12:43:14 pm 
Started by apples - Last post by apples
Limbaugh on Trump: ?This Was One of the Most Effective Press Conferences I Have Ever Seen?


Thursday following President Donald Trump?s press conference to announce his pick for Labor Secretary, Alexander Acosta, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh applauded Trump?s performance on his nationally syndicated radio show.

Limbaugh said while the media still won?t warm up to Trump, it was what his supporters wanted to see, which was a willingness to tout his achievements and take on some of the claims from the media.

?You know it is hard to say ? you get caught up in the moment,? Limbaugh said. ?But this was one of the most effective press conferences I have ever seen. The press is going to hate him even more after this. Don?t misunderstand. When I say effective, I?m talking about rallying people who voted for him to stay with him. He made a point ? ?What chaos? You?re reporting chaos. We?re not in chaos. We?re a well-oiled machine. We got one of the smoothest running machines in the history of machines. We got one of the best administrations in the history of administrations.'?

 on: February 17, 2017, 12:32:30 pm 
Started by PzLdr - Last post by apples
The one thing I didn't know about Capone until a few years ago. He didn't die in prison. These stories are a fun read Pzldr!

 on: February 17, 2017, 12:26:28 pm 
Started by pookie18 - Last post by pookie18
Thank you Pookie! Enjoy your weekend.

You're welcome & the same to you, Apples!

 on: February 17, 2017, 12:19:48 pm 
Started by apples - Last post by apples
The Lame Duck Timeline Strongly Suggests President Obama Set Up Intelligence Scheme To Undermine Trump?



    (Via ACLJ) [?]  First, as the New York Times reported earlier this week, in its final days, the Obama Administration expanded the power of the National Security Agency (NSA) to share globally intercepted personal communication with the government?s 16 other intelligence agencies before applying any privacy protections.

    The new rules were issued under section 2.3 of Executive Order 12333 after approval by two Obama Administration officials: Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Director of National Intelligence Director, James Clapper.

    Second, the new rules, which were issued in an unclassified document, entitled Procedures for the Availability or Dissemination of Raw Signals Intelligence Information by the National Security Agency (NSA), significantly relaxed longstanding limits on what the NSA may do with the information gathered by its most powerful surveillance operations.

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