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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Liberal misunderstands Trump's strategy in North Korea

Peter Maass of The Intercept thought he was cutting down Donald Trump in his piece today, "North Korea Is the Most Predictable Regime on Earth. The Real Threat Is the Erratic U.S. Government."

Maass just explained why President Trump will prevail.

Was this Christian bashing?

Media Research Council reported, "‘The Big Bang Theory’ Starts off Season with Christian-Bashing."

I had the opposite reaction.

Supreme Court dodges travel ban trap

The nine justices at the Supreme Court escaped having to decide the travel ban case, as time expired on President Trump's executive orders calling for 90-day and 120-day moratoriums on travel with six countries.

Justices can read calendars.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Trump Junior goes for the throat

Welcome to the NFL, liberals

Thanks to President Trump's call to boycott the NFL, many liberals now want support the league. Years of indoctrination against toxic testosterone and the like soured them on the sport.

To help liberals understand the game, I have written this guide to the NFL.

ABC and CNN do not identify Anthony Weiner as a Democrat

Democratic ex-congressman Anthony Weiner today earned a 21 month sentence for pedophile-related crimes, which occurred when his wife was the top aide of the 2016 Democratic nominee for president.

News organizations were reluctant to inform readers or viewers that he is a Democrat.

It's official: NYT couldn't cover a Dumpster fire in its newsroom

How lousy is the New York Times today? Its staff is so inept that it would not be able to cover a Dumpster fire in its newsroom.

Here was the set-up. A staffer ("a contributing writer") for the New York Times Magazine wrote a book. The editors assigned another staffer to review the book.

Not only did the book reviewer pan the book, but she made numerous errors in the review, so many that the Times had to issue a lengthy correction -- which only brought further attention to the author getting a bad review.

Why the NFL fights Trump

I enjoy reading pieces about how President Trump is screwing up, written by those who got 2015 and 2016 wrong.

Jonathan Chait of New York magazine holds a special place for me. If I ever get down, I can always Google that piece from him telling me before the election how Trump had no chance in Hell, Michigan, of winning.


Sunday, September 24, 2017

Maybe National Review was always this bad

Theodore Kupfer -- "a National Review Institute William F. Buckley Fellow in Political Journalism" - had a unique take on ESPN commentator Jemele Hill calling President Trump a “white supremacist.”

And by unique, I mean totally off the wall.

Barbra Streisand imagines the reign of Hillary

Barbra Streisand, one of the last living relics of black-and-white television, wrote a nice piece imagining what Hillary's presidency would be like.