What media are those people consuming?

So what media are those people consuming? And would the people running those media outlets give Biden better press if he stopped pushing for things the audience wanted rather than the things the people who owned the outlets wanted?

Former GOP lawmaker lays out plan to boot Lauren Boebert, MTG from Congress

“We know since January 6th and even before, there have been more threats to members of Congress than ever,” Comstock told Acosta. “This year is going to be the highest sort of threat level that there’s ever been. When you have this kind of just unconscionable attack — and it’s not just that she needs… Continue reading Former GOP lawmaker lays out plan to boot Lauren Boebert, MTG from Congress

The ongoing threat of Trump’s cancel culture.

The lack of comment from the free speech right on Trump’s cancel culture makes no sense until you consider the possibility they only have interest in free speech when there is an opportunity to take a condescending tone towards liberals.

This post is a puzzle, can you figure it out? The Case Against the Democrats

  This article is a trick but you consider it a puzzle. Read it carefully and see if you figure out what is odd about it.    “However remarkable its catalogue of successes in the past—and the party has thrived on factionalism and controversy (with notable exceptions, such as the quarrel over slavery)—it is apparent… Continue reading This post is a puzzle, can you figure it out? The Case Against the Democrats

They never thought it would effect their lives. So Foxlandia dismissed as a hoax. Now that it may effect them, they call it a crisis.

“Fox News personalities such as Sean Hannity and Laura In­graham accused the news media of whipping up “mass hysteria” and being “panic pushers.” Fox Business host Trish Regan called the alleged media-Democratic alliance “yet another attempt to impeach the president.” But that was then. With Trump’s declaration on Friday that the virus constitutes a national… Continue reading They never thought it would effect their lives. So Foxlandia dismissed as a hoax. Now that it may effect them, they call it a crisis.

Mitt Romney knows there is an infinite supply of dirty socialist money whenever the Republicans want to spend it.

“Every American adult should immediately receive $1,000 to help ensure families and workers can meet their short-term obligations and increase spending in the economy” Mitt knows there is an Infinite supply of dirty socialist money when the Republicans want to spend it. The only time you ever have to worry what something costs or who… Continue reading Mitt Romney knows there is an infinite supply of dirty socialist money whenever the Republicans want to spend it.

NPR Story on botched COVID-19 demonstrates the Single Scandal Theory of the Trump Administration

From NPR’s Fresh Air “Secretary Azar has not always given the president the worst-case scenario of what could happen. My understanding is he did not push to do aggressive additional testing in recent weeks, and that’s partly because more testing might have led to more cases being discovered of coronavirus outbreak, and the president had… Continue reading NPR Story on botched COVID-19 demonstrates the Single Scandal Theory of the Trump Administration

Republicans love Socialism almost as much as they hate Americans

All the current discussion about Coronavirus bailouts for hotels, hospitality,  skittish markets and the energy sector reminded me of this chart from a few weeks back. Trump’s signature domestic policy is a big government socialist wall built on confiscated private property just like Khrushchev built. His signature economic policy is tax payer funded subsidies to… Continue reading Republicans love Socialism almost as much as they hate Americans

From The Atlantic: The Rust Belt Didn’t Have to Happen

Vice President Mike Pence’s hometown of Columbus, Indiana, thrived while other cities declined, because J. Irwin Miller, its wealthiest and most prominent industrialist, remained deeply rooted in and committed to his city. He used his clout, money, and a visionary progressive approach to build up Columbus for long-term success. A new biography of him called… Continue reading From The Atlantic: The Rust Belt Didn’t Have to Happen