Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Biden to female humanities medal honorees: "Don't get angry with me if I mess up your hair"

Yes, Joe Biden told some female humanities honorees, "Don't get angry with me if I mess up your hair."

 And if the man who was president before him said that? How would the media react?

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Biden announces a new national monument — but has absolutely no idea how to pronounce its name

A major part of congntively-challenged Joe Biden's job is read from a teleprompter. And he struggles with that. 

When announcing the creation of a new national monument, Avi Kwa Ame in Nevada, Biden couldn't even pronounce it.

H.G. Carrillo, another George Washington University ethnic fraud professor exposed

H. G. Carrillo, also known as Hache Carrillo, wrote a critically acclaimed novel, Loosing My Espanish, which drew upon his growing up as a Cuban refugee in America. 

He died three years ago from COVID-19. But the author's real name was Herman Glenn Carroll. And he wasn't Cuban, he was an African American from Detroit. 

Yes, we have another ethnic fraud along the lines of Rachel Dolezal, Jessica Krug, and Raquel Evita Saraswati, although they are all white women.

Interestingly, like Krug, Carroll/Carrillo was a professor at George Washington University, where tuition is $64,000-a-year

Are there more ethnic fraud professors at GWU?

Has GWU heard of backround checks?

Monday, March 20, 2023

Four killed and at least 14 wounded over weekend in Chicago, early voting for mayor begins today

Early voting starts today in Chicago for mayor, as well as a few City Council races. 

The remaining two mayoral candidates are Paul Vallas, who is calling for hiring more police officers. His opponent is Brandon Johnson, whose campaign is largely funded by the Chicago Teachers Union, which has been paying him about $100,000-a-year even though he is a Cook County commissioner. 

Three years ago, Johnson said that defunding the police was "a political goal." 

If you live in Chicago, who to vote for should be quite clear. 

In related Chicago news, over the weekend, four people were shot to death and at least 14 others were wounded. 

Of the fatalities, two men were shot to death a half-hour apart Friday night in East Garfield Park. And in a double shooting Sunday night, two men were fatally shot in Greater Grand Crossing on the South Side. 

Election Day is April 4.

Saturday, March 18, 2023

Lonnie Donegan: Battle of New Orleans, Rock Island Line, and two other skiffle tunes

Over at Da Tech Guy on Sunday I reviewed Van Morrison's latest album, Moving on Skiffle. Although it originated in America in the 1920s, skiffle was rediscovered by British youths in the 1950s. The "King of Skiffle" was a Scotsman, Lonnie Donegan. 

He was the most popular musician in Britain before the Beatles. Donegan was blessed with a couple American hits, one of those was the novelty tune, "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour," which he pounds out here. 

You'll first USA hit, "Rock Island Line" as well as "The Battle of New Orleans." That last one was first popularized by Johnny Horton. 

And the performance concludes with "Never Falling in Love Again.

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Lidia Curanaj: California is the worst state in America

You mean Illinois isn't the worst state in America?

Friday, March 17, 2023

‘When is someone going to jail?’ More Biden family China payouts unmasked

The Biden family business is influence peddling.

Van Morrison and the Chieftains - Star of the County Down

Belfast's gift to music world, Van Morrison, teamed up the traditional Irish band the Chieftains to record an album, Irish Heartbeat, in 1988. 

The opening track, "Star of the County Down," is played here.

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