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Friday, April 12, 2019

The Trump administration pressured the Department of Homeland Security to release immigrants detained at the southern border into so-called sanctuary cities in part to retaliate against Democrats who oppose President Donald Trump's plans for a border wall, a source familiar with the discussions told CNN on Thursday. read more

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Reminded by the Times reporter that he is now someone of considerable means, Sanders retorted: "I wrote a best-selling book. If you write a best-selling book, you can be a millionaire, too." Uh, what? read more

Tuesday, April 09, 2019

A Consumer Reports investigation into the safety of the Fisher-Price Rock 'n Play Sleeper -- a product designed and marketed for babies to sleep on an incline -- found that it is tied to at least 32 infant deaths. Amid CR's investigation -- and days after we asked for comment -- the federal government and Fisher-Price on April 5 issued a warning about the product, which safety advocates believe does not go far enough. read more

Forget all the hype, this is actually a short, well-filmed, and heart-felt look back on the show by the cast. read more

Monday, April 08, 2019

For three historically black churches in the heart of south central Louisiana's Cajun and Creole country, Sunday services will not be the same. The churches in rural St. Landry Parish -- about 30 miles north of Lafayette -- have burned since March 26 in what officials have described as "suspicious circumstances." read more


Obama: Worried That Progressives Are Creating "Circular Firing Squad" With Purity Tests And "Rigidity"
Posted By Tim Hains
On Date April 7, 2019


She's not alone in her concerns.

Pelosi, Obama, Hillary, and many other Dems... all are in favor of FDR-ish policy, but they don't want to destroy their chances of getting steps in the right direction from the majority of voters by demanding end results immediately.

Think of the voters as your conservative old Grampa who might be willing to give you a car for your 18th birthday... as long as you don't demand a new Corvette. Take the used Pontiac and then werk your way up.

Or think of them as as the majority of workers who, I think it was Danforth that pointed out, are not particularly ready to give up pretty good company insurance for maybe not as good public insurance. Turn O-Care into a alternate program comparable to ins to that they already have, insure the ones left out, then offer it to everyone.... for example.

online reporting from NBC


So sad. The timing makes intention more likely, but who knows. There might have been 50k people through there this coming Easter (Passover, really) Sunday.

lmao... Dulli and Mattress, the white racist pairing made in Trump Heaven.

"Woods Tears Up Augusta and Tears Down Barriers

It has been 50 years, almost to the day, since Jackie Robinson broke down the racial barriers in baseball. Now, a last vestige has fallen in golf, brought down in record fashion here in the middle of the Old South, by a young man of color.

Tiger Woods, 21, who is of African and Thai heritage, today became the youngest golfer in history to win the Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club. In doing so he shattered myths and broke records and again altered the face of the game.

Woods's final round of 69 gave him a total score of 18-under-par 270, the lowest in the 61-year history of the event, breaking the record held jointly by Jack Nicklaus and Raymond Floyd. His 12-stroke victory over Tom Kite, 47, was the widest margin ever in the Masters -- indeed, the widest in any major championship conducted in the United States -- and it made him the first man of African heritage to win a professional major championship.

This one, though, means the most to Woods, not merely for the remarkable way in which it was accomplished, but for its social significance. A black golfer did not play in the Masters until 1975. Augusta National had no black members until 1990 when Ron Townsend, a broadcasting executive, was admitted after a controversy over the lack of black members at Shoal Creek, where the P.G.A. Championship was played that year.

By winning today, Woods finished what other people had started.

''It means so much,'' Woods said. ''I'm the first, but I wasn't the pioneer. Charlie Sifford, Lee Elder, Teddy Rhodes, those guys paved the way for me to be here. I thank them. If it wasn't for them, I might not have had the chance to play here.''

Despite a stellar record, Sifford was never invited to play in the Masters. Elder was the first black man to play the event, in 1975. Rhodes never played on the PGA Tour because of a Caucasian-only rule that was not rescinded until 1960."


Dulli has one of Lee Travino's grand kids in a cage as we speak. She's awaiting deportation to San Francisco.

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