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Friday, May 22, 2020

Change my mind. read more


Tuesday, May 19, 2020

A very interesting, and I'd say convincing, take on why this Flynn matter is not over yet. read more


Thursday, May 14, 2020

Chris Cillizza: Governors are having a bit of a moment as the country fights the coronavirus. Poll after poll suggests the public trusts their state's chief executives and, generally speaking, thinks they are doing a good job in marshaling the state's resources to address the pandemic. Not so with Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp. read more


Wednesday, May 13, 2020

A federal judge in Washington, D.C. has ordered the White House to turn over 20 emails directly relating to President Donald Trump's decision to withhold congressionally appropriated military aid from Ukraine. The administration has refused to produce the communications thus far, claiming the documents are protected from public release by executive privilege. read more


Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Donald Trump abruptly ended a press conference on coronavirus testing after a testy exchange with a female reporter of Asian descent who questioned why he advised her to ask China about the global death rate. He then sparred with a female CNN reporter before leaving the Rose Garden. read more


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I'll be dropping this in the Nooner as well:

From May of 2016:

Trump has a 45-42 percent edge over Clinton, if the presidential election were held today. That's within the poll's margin of sampling error. Last month, Clinton was up by 48-41 percent (April 2016).

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From May of 2020:

In the poll released on Friday, Trump's net approval was minus ten points, with 44 percent approving of Trump's overall job and 54 percent disapproving. That's a steep drop from the last Fox poll, when Trump was even at 49 percent approval and 49 percent disapproval. And in the same poll, Joe Biden now leads Trump by eight points, 48 percent to Trump's 40 percent, in a head-to-head presidential match. That's up eight points from April, when Biden and Trump were tied at 42 percent.

Another interesting result, in light of Trump and the Republicans' recent and fierce push to make "Obamagate" happen, is that former President Barack Obama enjoys a 63 percent favorable rating versus just 35 percent unfavorable " a five-point upward swing from last month and his highest-ever rating in the poll since his inauguration in 2009.


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I think something did happen, but she exaggerated it a point that it's laughable. Sexual harassment to sexual assault to rape. A body language expert broke down Biden's MSNBC interview (at least I think it was MSNBC, maybe a Good Morning America) and concluded he was being very deceptive. The evidence he pointed to (body language, facial ticks, nodding when saying that he didn't do something, shaking his head when he was in agreement, etc.) was all very convincing. So I imagine that Joe knows he did something wrong, but in this case, the victim embellished the story so much that she cratered the potential of most people taking her seriously. And now she's got credibility issues coming from California court cases that she was a witness in? Couple all this with her refusal to take a lie detector test (Ford did!) and now her lawyer dropping her like a bad habit, Biden should be in the clear on this issue by next week.

Oh and BTW, the same body language expert (who was transparent in stating he did not believe in aliens or UFOs prior to analyzing Bob Lazar's interview) analyzed Bob Lazar's interview with Joe Rogan and could not find a single shred of evidence to suggest the guy was lying. I've been following Bob's story since the '80s and his story hasn't changed or wavered one bit. The body language expert was so convinced by Bob's story that he suggested he's now a believer. The story is that convincing in itself and Bob's telling of the story is so convincing because Bob truly believes the story happened so deeply even his subconscious believes it happened. Then you see evidence that someone tried to discredit him by erasing his academic records at MIT (graduates around Bob's graduating class say they remember taking classes with Bob) and evidence of his work at Los Alamos, which evidence of him working there has since been found. For me, it's more than likely that his story is true, which means this is the biggest story the human race has ever faced: Aliens have been visiting Earth for eons with technology that allows them to maintain that perfect amount of distance that produces skepticism of their actual existence even with all the anthropogenic technological advancements associated with the 21st century. Although, the latter point has finally been undermined with the Navy's Tic Tac videos. That sort of high-end camera tech is able to catch up these bastards.

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