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We should all emulate BobbySue...
“Perchance he for whom this bell tolls may be so ill, as that he knows not it tolls for him... Never send to know for whom the bells tolls; it tolls for thee.” Thus writes 17th-Century Anglican priest and poet John Donne. The tolling of the bell that Donne refers to “is the ring of a bell to announce a death”, a practice called the death knell. Show More Summary
Presented for your consideration, because I may be mistaken.
From theweek.com: Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign just made a massive error. We’ll know within the next few weeks if the error will prove to be catastrophic. On Sunday, Clinton abruptly left a Manhattan ceremony marking the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Show More Summary
This week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ was quite a success. No joke to introduce it this week-please remember the events on 9/11 fifteen years ago and say a prayer for the families of those who were killed. We got over two hundred entries this week so we have double winners for each place. Show More Summary
From the Washington Times: Federal convicts told a judge they were forced to watch Hillary Clinton’s convention speech at the federal prison where they’re being held — but said the prison imposed a blackout on Donald Trump’s speech, tuning the facility’s televisions to other channels. Show More Summary
I found this interesting. I’ve no intention of betting the farm on it. Wargaming the Electoral College By Steven Vodkapundit Green, Vodkapundit You’ve probably seen the above map already, or ones very much like it, showing Hillary Clinton’s prohibitive lead in the Electoral College. Show More Summary
The odds favor Hillary Clinton becoming the next President of the USA. That is according to the odds as of the morning of September 8th. Election Betting Odds (presented by Maxim Lott and John Stossel) gives Clinton a 68.7% chance of winning. Show More Summary
Would a Trump presidency result in a fractured relationship between the USA and Mexico? Some Mexican government officials think so. From Reuters: “A Mexican senator is proposing legislation to empower the government to retaliate if a U.S. Show More Summary
This week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ was certainly lively-unlike the person pictured. The assignment this week was to caption the following picture: Here are the winning entries: 1) (Rick Adams) – ““Live?” Are you SURE? 2) (Paul Hooson)...Show More Summary
Is the fat lady already singing for Donald Trump? According to White House Dossier editor Keith Koffler, the answer is “No.” He explains why in his LifeZette commentary “Note to MSM: This Race Isn’t Over”. Koffler writes, “Well, Hillary may be measuring the drapes in the Oval Office, but it’s hardly curtains for Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Retired physician and Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is spinning a fairy tale. That is the opinion expressed in a Washington Post editorial. From the editorial: “Ms. Stein’s policy ideas are poorly formed and wildly impractical. Show More Summary
The August 19 Weekend Caption Contest™ was a laugh riot, at least for the two people pictured. When you see those two laughing that hard at something…it should make you very afraid. There were 200 captions posted so we have two winners per place. Show More Summary
This week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ featured a fantastic photo. Kevin, kudos to you for finding these week after week. The assignment this week was to caption the following picture: Here are the winning entries: 1) (guido81_MA) – “Literally the worst president ever, Obama discovers that he is also virtually the worst president ever. Show More Summary
Former New Mexico governor and Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson wants your vote this coming November. Voters opposed to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump might feel tempted to vote for Johnson. Such voters ought to think twice before doing so. Show More Summary
If this is indeed a pattern, the tell tale will be a lack of action against the on-scene commander and the Chief of Police.
“The steady drip, drip, drip about Hillary Clinton’s too-cozy relationships with big-time donors to the Clinton Foundation while she was secretary of state continued unabated this week.” Thus starts a Boston Herald editorial. “This is...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton has finally admitted that there is scandal smoke surrounding her. From Real Clear Politics: “In a telephone interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper Wednesday night, Clinton went on defense to protect her edge in key battleground states as Trump and his new advisers retool the GOP nominee’s general election strategy... Show More Summary
GOP politicians who endorsed Donald Trump are like canaries in coal mines. That comparison comes from Roll Call columnist Patricia Murphy in her commentary The Canaries in the Collapsing Trump Coal Mine. In her column, Murphy compares...Show More Summary
The Weekend Caption Contest™ for the week of August 12 had many great captions but a considerable drop in entries from the prior week. C’mon, people-where’s the effort? It’s not like you’re the POTUS and can just phone it in from Martha’s Vineyard. Show More Summary