Tuesday, October 31, 2023

Karine Jean-Pierre again refuses to share Biden's thoughts on pro-Hamas rallies

Thank God for Peter Doocy of Fox News, one of the few real reporters in Washington. He asks tough questions.

Monday, October 30, 2023

3 killed and at least 31 wounded over weekend in Chicago--with 15 shot at mass shooting

The weekend before Halloween was a particularly bloody one. Three people were killed over the weekend with at least 31 others wounded. Included in that last number are 15 people wounded in a mass shooting in North Lawndale

The mass shooting occurred after a man was refused entry to a Halloween party hosted by three social media comedians.

Saturday, October 28, 2023

The Kinks - Money Talks (Official Visualiser)

Next month the Kinks, are part of their ongoing 60th anniversary celebration, will release the retrospective, The Journey -- Part 2.

Included in the collection, from their underrated Preservation Act 2 album, will be "Money Talks."


 Below you'll find my post at Da Tech Guy:

Friday, October 27, 2023

Biden and Obama are a part of the Middle East’s ‘axis of evil’: GOP rep

US Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) says that Barack Obama and Joe Biden are part of the Middle East's "axis of evil."


Thursday, October 26, 2023

Kayleigh McEnany: There needs to be consequences for this

So, many years ago a small group of Jews had to barricade themselves at a college behind locked doors as a mob of anti-Semites chanted "Let us in!" 

Okay, while that probably happened many times in Nazi Germany, this barbarism happened this week at Cooper Union College in New York. 

 We live in evil times.

Tuesday, October 24, 2023

US is ‘complete chaos on all fronts’ under Joe Biden

America devolved from "peace time with a great economy" under Donald Trump to "complete chaos on all fronts" under Joe Biden, Sky News Australia's Kristin Tate tells us.

Monday, October 23, 2023

5 killed, including 12-year-old boy, and at least 21 wounded over weekend in Chicago

Yet another violent weekend in Chicago has past. This weekend five people were shot to death in the city, including a 12-year-old boy in Englewood. At least 21 others were wounded.

It's been over a month since Illinois entered the no-cash bail era when the SAFE-T Act when into effect. Although the accused has not been charged with any violent crimes, CWB Chicago reports on a man who has been arrested five times since the pro-criminal act has gone into effect.

Saturday, October 21, 2023

Van Morrison - Lucille

Just like the old days, Van Morrison is about to release his second studio album this year. It will be titled Accentuate the Positive.

"Lucille," the Little Richard song, has been records dozens of times, by prominent artists, and most of those cover versions fall way short of the original.

Not so with Van the Man's version, which will be on the soon-to-be-released album.

Thursday, October 19, 2023

Greg Kelly on pro-Hamas insurrection at the US Capitol: 'Something is very, very wrong'

Cue the somber music. 

There was an insurrection inside the US Capitol on Wednesday. Not quite. 

But Greg Kelly of Newsmax points out the hypocrisy as the mainstream media glosses of the pro-Hamas takeover, albeit a brief one, at the Capitol Rotunda yesterday.

Wednesday, October 18, 2023

Tuesday, October 17, 2023

Let's not go Brandon: Chicago mayor Johnson flip flops on visiting southern border

A couple of weeks ago, Chicago's new mayor, Brandon Johnson, announced that he was heading to the southern border, saying at the time, "We need to go assess the situation." Additionally, he said, "This is serious. And I've been saying it. I mean this ain't the first time you've heard me say how serious this dynamic is."

Well, I guess it ain't so serious. Johnson is staying in Chicago. 

Mayor Brandon Johnson announced Monday he had scrapped plans to travel to the U.S.-Mexico border to get an up-close look at the starting point for the more than 18,500 migrants that have made their way to Chicago. 

Johnson concluded his time was better spent in Chicago, grappling with the crisis that has strained the city’s social safety net and exposed deep tension between Chicago’s Black and Latino communities, officials said. 

More than 3,567 migrants are living in police stations across the city and at O’Hare International Airport with another 11,043 migrants living in city shelters as of Friday, according to city data. Johnson has said the crisis was caused by “right-wing extremists bent on sowing chaos and division in our city.” 

Johnson will focus on “the immediate urgency of adding shelter space to house thousands of new arrivals currently sleeping in police stations, airports or outside,” according to a statement from the mayor’s office.
Flip flop.

Monday, October 16, 2023

If Illinois still had a death penalty, this crime would be ideal for it

Over a decade ago, Illinois abolished its death penalty. One of the primary arguments in favor of eliminating capital punishment, was that it disproportionately targeted minorities and the poor. 

But the accused murderer, a white man who has enough wealth to be a landlord. 

From NBC Chicago: 

New details were revealed Monday during a hearing for Joseph Czuba, the man accused of brutally killing a 6-year-old boy and injuring the boy's 32-year-old mother in a stabbing attack local and federal authorities described as a hate crime.
According to officials, Hanaan Shahin, 32, and her 6-year-old son, Wadea Al-Fayoume, who are Muslim, were attacked and stabbed multiple times Saturday inside their Plainfield home by Czuba, their 71-year-old landlord. Czuba, who lived on the floor above Hanaan and Wadea, was charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and two counts of a hate crime, according to the Will County Sheriff's Office.
During a court appearance Monday, a Will County Judge denied Czuba's pretrial release due to the nature of the crimes and the broader threat to public safety.
He will be appointed a public defender and will remain detained until the next court hearing, scheduled for Oct. 30 at 9 a.m., the court documents said.
Illinois needs the death penalty again.

Saturday, October 14, 2023

Bruce Springsteen: Turn! Turn! Turn! (live video version featuring Roger McGuinn)

There isn't a better time than right now for the song Turn! Turn! Turn! 

Roger McGuinn, frontman of the Byrds, joins Bruce Springsteen to perform the band's mid-1960s hit.

Friday, October 13, 2023

IDF gives Palestinians 24 hours to evacuate: Report

Unlike the Hamas terrorists, the Israel warns civilians before an attack. And the Israelis don't target civilians.

Thursday, October 12, 2023

Mark Dice: John Fetterman accidentally makes the funniest joke ever 😂

While on the friendly leftist territory of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, mentally challenged Pennsylvania Democrat senator John Fetterman said that America "is not sending their best and brightest" to Congress. 

"Sometimes you literally just can’t believe like, these people are making the decisions that are determining the government here. It's actually scary," Uncle Festerman said to Colbert.

Festerman of course should start with himself.


Wednesday, October 11, 2023

'Squad' member stays silent when asked about Hamas atrocities

A Fox News reporter asked Squad member Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) about the baby killers, Hamas that is, and Tlaib had nothing to say.

Detroit voters--this is your member of Congress.


Tuesday, October 10, 2023

'Squad' member called out for hanging Palestinian flag outside office

US Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), a member or the extreme-left "Squad," posed with a Palestinian flag outside her Capitol office.

Monday, October 09, 2023

2 killed and at least 42 wounded over weekend in Chicago, including 8 shot in mass shooting

Illinois' no-cash bail SAFE-T Act era enters its first full month--with predictable results. Over this past weekend, two people were murdered and at least 42 others were wounded--an astounding number.

There was a mass shooting early Sunday morning, where eight were shot, at a River North night club, one known for trouble and a place that an alderman has tried to close.

Saturday, October 07, 2023

Like Dogs - The Rainmakers

The greatest band you've never heard of, the Rainmakers, traveled to eastern Kansas' Flint Hills in 2011 to film their video for "Like Dogs."

Friday, October 06, 2023

Democrats mocked for 'cool' Joe Biden ad: 'This is desperation'

Joe Biden has never been cool. 

 And the senile edition of Biden is even farther away from cool.

Thursday, October 05, 2023

Biden admin makes shocking reversal on building border wall

Well, like a bad TV sitcom episode, Joe Biden's Homeland Security secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas, apparently got knocked in the head and he remembered that his job is to protect the homeland. 

So, construction of Donald Trump's border wall will begin again.

Wednesday, October 04, 2023

Merrick Garland's embarrassing 60 Minutes interview shows decline of corporate media, with Dave Rubin

The Biden cabinet member Mark Levin calls "the mob lawyer," was a guest Sunday on 60 Minutes. Like Megyn Kelly, I stopped watching that show years ago. But she has clips of Garland being interviewed on that propaganda show. 

Tuesday, October 03, 2023

He saw no harm in pulling the alarm: Gutfeld

A socialist member of the House of Representative, Jamaal Bowman (D-NY), apparently pulled a fire alarm in order to delay a vote on funding the federal government. 

Such an act breaks several laws, including purposely blocking a vote by Congress, which is a law some January 6 rioters have been accused of violating. 

Greg Gutfeld has more.

Bowman, a former high school principal, must know that pulling a fire alarm when there is no fire is no joke. He claims that he didn't know he was pulling a fire alarm, even though the alarm was clearly marked.


Monday, October 02, 2023

5 killed and at least 32 others wounded in Chicago over weekend, including a 7-year-old playing on a scooter

Weekend two of Illinois' Purge Law, formally known as the SAFE-T Act, was predictably a bloody one. 

Over this past weekend, five people were shot to death and at least 32 others wounded

The most tragic of the non-fatal shootings, a 7-year-old boy playing on his scooter Sunday night was wounded in a drive by shooting on the West Side. 

And that was not the only scooter-related shooting in Chicago over the weekend. On the Southwest Side, a man and a woman riding an electric tandem scooter, also on Sunday night, were shot. 

The Purge is here.