Monday, 4 March

Somebody’s got mommy issues..

Somebody’s got mommy issues..

  • While AOC threatens the rest of America with communist fever dreams, she’s having trouble hanging on to supporters at home.  The Daily Mail is reporting that Chiquita Khrushchev’s own mother abandoned New York for Florida in order to lower her property tax bill from $10,000/year to only $600/year.  If you think that’s funny, consider this: she left AOC back in New York.

  • Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Californistan) says the Democrats will introduce a bill reinstating Net Neutrality.  The so-called “Save the Internet Act” will reportedly drop Wednesday, which Pelosi says will protect the online world from continuing to work seamlessly and without government interference.  Who will this benefit? According to Pelosi, we all died when Net Neutrality was repealed.

  • Responding to the clarion call from – someone, I guess –  former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has announced he’ll be staking a claim to a spot in the Democrat Party’s 2020 clown car.  Hickenlooper, who is perhaps best known for a series of anti-liberty “gun control” measures so onerous, they drove major manufacturers like Magpul Industries to abandon his state, is sure to score tens, if not dozens, of supporters in the already-crowded field.  That’s provided they don’t move to Wyoming, since that’s where the jobs went.

  • Senator Bernie Sanders (C-The People’s Republic of Vermont) is campaigning on threats.  The only candidate old enough to have met Karl Marx told a mob of supporters in Chicago "We are not only going to defeat Trump -- we're going to transform the United States of America."  I’ve seen what Bernie wants to transform America into.  You can too, although I wouldn’t recommend it.  Travel to Venezuela isn’t all that safe.

  • Despite being repeatedly called out for consistent anti-Semitism, Congressjihadi Ilhan Omar (D-Mogadishu, MN) ended up on the pointy end of an official rebuke by the House of Representatives Monday for yet another round of anti-Semitic remarks.  Guess her “apology” had an expiration date. 

  • New York State Senator Jessica Ramos has condemned millions of Americans to her own personal GITMO, tweeting “The NRA is hereby recognized as terrorist organization... in my book anyway.” That’s nice.  I have a book, too.  It’s called “The Bill of Rights,” and it says your book isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on.  I’m kinda surprised she has a book.  Hell, I’m kinda surprised she can read.

  • According to a new study by the MIT Technology Review, “We have 12 years to make the urgent changes needed to avoid extreme heat, drought, floods, and poverty.”  We’ve had extreme heat, droughts, floods, and poverty since before we had names for them.  And I remember the first time I heard this kind of warning.  That was way back when they still called it "global cooling."  Like, 2 names ago.

  • A new bill in the Californistan state legislature would ban the practice of animal dissection in public and private schools.  The Replacing Animals In Science Education, or RAISE Act, would excuse schoolkiddies from participating in “the viewing of the, or act of, dismembering or otherwise destructive use of an invertebrate or vertebrate animal, as specified, in the study of biological sciences..”  So no more slicing up earthworms in Cali.  However, the viewing of the, or act of, dismembering or otherwise destructive use of human babies, AKA abortion, will remain unrestricted.  Gotta give the kiddies something to do instead of 3rd period biology class.