Friday, March 31, 2023

Jesse Watters: This is a dark day for America

Indicting political opponents on flimsy charges--or less--is something you see in failed states like Nicaragua, Venezuela, or Russia. 

But yesterday, Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg, a George Soros-funded catch-and-release-violent-criminals prosecutor, did just that. 

Jesse Waters is right. Yesterday was a dark day for America.

Thursday, March 30, 2023

Swimmer who faced Lia Thomas rips ESPN for ‘blatant discrimination’ after women’s honor

ESPN gave male swimmer Lia Thomas a woman's award. An actual woman, Riley Gaines, who swam against Thomas, speaks out.

Tucker interviews Tara Reade, alleged victim of a Joe Biden sexual assault

Tara Reade says Joe Biden sexually assaulted her. By doing so she offended the Democrat-media establishment. 

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

IRS visits home of Twitter Files' Matt Taibbi on same day he testified before Congress

When Richard M. Nixon used the IRS to target political opponents, the liberals screamed in anger. 

As everyone should have.

But now that the IRS is likely being used against the Twitter Files' Matt Taibbi, who is not a conservative, the leftists are uncomfortably quiet.

From Fox Business:

The same day journalist Matt Taibbi was voluntarily testifying before Congress in Washington, D.C., an IRS agent showed up unannounced at his New Jersey home, he said.
Taibbi has been personally involved with revealing the "Twitter Files," or installments of behind-the-scenes documents new Twitter CEO Elon Musk provided to show how the social media platform previously censored content and users, among other things.
Taibbi testified before the newly Republican-created Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government about what he learned about Twitter on March 9, the same day an IRS agent made an unusual visit to his home.
"What an amazing coincidence," tweeted Michael Shellenberger, who was also involved with Musk and Twitter and also testified that same day.

Sky News Australia host slams Joe Biden's response after horrific school shooting

Yesterday there was a school shooting at a Christian elementary school in Nashville. But in his first statement after those killings, our cognatively-challenged president joked about ice cream.


Monday, March 27, 2023

Illinois HS school superintendent threatens disciplinary action against students who protest trans youths in bathrooms

Monroe County, where this incident occurred, is a conservative area. 

From the Daily Caller:

On March 17, a group of nearly 150 Waterloo High School students lined up to use the nurse’s restroom after being told if they were uncomfortable sharing a bathroom with a student of the opposite sex, they could use the single-stall unisex bathroom, students told the Daily Caller News Foundation. Following the protest, Superintendent Brian Charron notified the school community that the students who stood in line were marked tardy from class and those who continue to protest the issue will be disciplined, a move students believe is unfair, they told the DCNF. (RELATED: ‘Simply Common Sense’: A Federal Ruling On Transgender Bathrooms Could Also Apply To Women’s Sports, Legal Experts Say)

“On Friday, around 150 students, including myself, stood up for our rights and beliefs,” Anna Demers, a Waterloo High School senior, told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “We were told to use a single stall restroom in the nurse’s office if we were uncomfortable with persons of the opposite genitalia in our restrooms. We all stood in line, to use the restroom, and to make a statement. When we tried to stress our safety concerns prior to the events Friday, we were not acknowledged and heard. The events on Friday were peaceful on our part, aside from a few disrespectful individuals, which is inevitable because as teenagers, life is a learning process.” 

After a biological female started using the boys’ bathroom, several male students told school administration they were uncomfortable, Charron wrote. The administration advised the students to use the nurse’s office bathroom if they were uncomfortable sharing a restroom with the opposite sex.
But a long line resulted, and some students marked the protesters tardy or absent. 

More from the Daily Caller:
“We want all parents and students to understand that we will not tolerate another significant disruption in school,” Charron wrote. “Students who participated in this disruption today were marked tardy or absent from class. We understand that a similar plan is in place for Monday. Students who attempt to repeat today’s actions will be disciplined for attempting to cause a disruption in school. To the extent we determine that the nurse’s office bathroom line was a form of harassment, students will be disciplined for their participation in the harassment.”

Two dead and at least 10 wounded over weekend in Chicago

The last full weekend in March saw two people killed and at least 10 others wounded. 

Both fatalities happened on Sunday. Early that morning a man was shot to death while driving in Little Village on the Southwest Side. According to ABC Chicago, an "unruly group" confronted police officers responding to the shooting, one cop was hit in the head with an object, he was taken to a hospital and his condition is listed as good. 

In the other fatal shooting, a man was found shot to death in East Garfield Park on the West Side.

Chicago is eight days from Election Day. The remaining two candidates are Paul Vallas, who promises to hire more police officers, and Brandon Johnson, who said in 2020 that defunding the police was "a political goal."

Saturday, March 25, 2023

Willie Dixon - Back Door Man (Live)

Willie Dixon not only was a legendary bluesman, but he was also a talented producer and songwriter.

Here he is performing arguably his best-known composition, "Back Door Man."

Biden runs in trouble attempting to read "In Flanders Fields" from his teleprompter

Joe Biden botched an easy reading of a poem written by World War I soldier, "In Flanders Fields." 

It could have ended worse. Biden could've claimed that he fought in the Great War. 

"It's true," he might have said, "I'm not making it up."

Friday, March 24, 2023

Mark Dice on TikTok: Trump was right (again)

Shew Chou, the CEO of TikTok, the Chinese app that is spying on Americans, testified in front of a House Committee on Thursday. And for TikTok, Chew's testimony was a debacle. 

Mark Dice weighs in and recalls that President Donald J. Trump floated the idea of banning TikTok. 

Like all large Chinese companies, TikTok is controlled by the Chinese Communist Party.

Thursday, March 23, 2023

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.

Related post of mine at Da Tech Guy:  

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.

Related post of mine at Da Tech Guy:  

Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Biden claims high school gay marriage ‘epiphany’ despite voting record

Who seriously believes that our buffoon of a president, Joe Biden, supported gay marriage in the 1950s?

Mark Dice: What's next, are they gonna blame Trump for Silicon Valley Bank failure? Oh, wait, what's this?

For starters, it is not Donald Trump's fault that Silicon Valley Bank failed. Secondly, Joe Biden has been president for 26 months. 

For the left, nothing is every Biden's fault.

Tuesday, March 14, 2023

New Biden family member emerges in Hunter Biden probe

US Rep. James Comer (R-KY), the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, says his investigation of the Biden influence peddling ring has a new Biden connected to it. 

At least for now, he's not saying that Biden is. 

Tucker: This video shatters the left’s narrative about January 6

January 6 was a riot but not an insurrection.

Monday, March 13, 2023

The Oscars 2023 Woke Propaganda - Mark Dice Reaction & Analysis

Unlike myself, Mark Dice suffered thru over three hours of the Oscars last night. The wokeness was less than in prior years. 

But it was there.

Sunday, March 12, 2023

Saturday, March 11, 2023

Van Morrison - Worried Man Blues

Yesterday, Van Morrison released his 44th studio album, Moving On Skiffle

The Belfast Cowboys returns to his musical roots in skiffle, a folk-country-blues hybrid that emerged in the 1920s in the United States, which saw a revival in Great Britain in the 1950s. 

Here is "Worried Man Blues" from that collection. 

Look for my review of Moving On Skiffle at Da Tech Guy tomorrow. 

Actually now! Look for the link below!


Related post from Da Tech Guy:

Tucker Carlson: This is the largest bank failure since 2008

Big Tech, we have a problem. 

The rest of America might too.


Friday, March 10, 2023

Biden refers to a "big fight with the former president and maybe future president"

Does Biden know something we don't? Recently he spoke of a "big fight with the former president and maybe future president."

Tuesday, March 07, 2023

Alaska Gov. Dunleavy: This is ‘the end of oil in America’

The Willow oil project will provide hundreds of jobs and lessen our dependence on foreign petroleum, including hostile states such as Venezuela.

What's not to like? 

Plenty, if you are an anti-energy leftist working in the Biden administration. 

 Alaska's governor Mike Dunleavy discusses.

Tucker: This video tells a different story of Jan 6

Last night Tucker Carlson showed you different footage--things you didn't see while watching the selectively edited January 6 Capitol riot footage that Nancy Pelosi's Democrats released. 

Carlson focuses on the QAnon Shaman, Jacob Chansley, who was not rioting--but for much his time inside the Capitol, was calmly escorted by police. 

The Democrats--and the mainstream media--have misled you.


Monday, March 06, 2023

Five murdered and at least 12 others wounded over weekend in Chicago

The first weekend in March saw five murders in Chicago--and at least 12 people were wounded. 

But first I want to discuss a deadly shooting from last week.

On Wednesday, the day after Election Day, a Chicago Police officer, Andre Vasquez-Lasso was shot to death by a gang member while the cop was responding to a domestic disturbance. On Election Day, two candidates for mayor, a law-and order advocate, Paul Valles, and a leftist, Brandon Johnson, who supports sending social workers to domestic squabbles, received the most votes. 

The victors face off again in four weeks. 

Back to the weekend. Of the five homicides, took place in Rogers Park on the North Side. While on the South Side, Englewood, Greater Grand Crossing, and Chatham suffered killings. And on the Near West Side, one person was shot to death.

Saturday, March 04, 2023

Johnny Cash -- Mama Don't Allow

Next week Van Morrison releases his next album, Moving On Skiffle

Still the born-again rebel, the Belfast Cowboy includes his take of a country standard, "Mama Don't Allow," but he's retitled it "Gov Don't Allow."

Here's Johnny Cash's take on the original song, which is blessed by three solos from three greats, Carl Perkins, Earl Scruggs, and the Man in Black's mother-in-law, Mother Maybelle Carter.


Mark Dice on Scary Poppins: She's Back!

Nina Jankowicz, the Orwellian disinformation czar for the Biden administration is back. 

Also known as "Scary Poppins," for her musical attack on Donald Trump, she has a new target--Fox News.

Thursday, March 02, 2023

‘Leftist media’ reacts to COVID lab leak origin

"What's important here is how the leftist media who pretended [the Wuhan lab leak] was never a story have reacted to it," Sky News Australia's Paul Murray says.

Wednesday, March 01, 2023

Biden looks to control your investments through ESG: James Lankford

Not content with destroying our economy with its inflationary policies, the Biden White House is attacking stock portfolios, which means 401(k) retirement funds to by way of leftist investing, known as ESG, short for environmental, social, and corporate governance. 

Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) fills in the sad details.

Lori Lightfoot Is Out

There are so many reasons why America's worst mayor, Lori Lightfoot, received a measly 17-percent of the vote in the first round of voting in yesterday's voting in Chicago. 

Memology zooms in on a recent one.