Margin of Fraud Georgia
Elections

In 2021, is there such a thing as a “margin of fraud” in elections?

With computer voting machines, it’s entirely possible that the “margin of fraud” concept has been superseded by pre-programmed victories. One of the things I check out every day is the Morning Report by J.J. Sefton over at Ace. I have absolutely no idea how J.J. manages to process and summarize [Read More]

Elections

If the Senate cooperates, the Constitution offers an easy path to a Trump victory

Pence could still save the day, but the 12th Amendment has a Trump-friendly remedy if Senators refuse to accept Electoral votes. I’m willing to admit up front that mine could be a whackadoodle theory. I’m not a constitutional scholar and I was hopped up on caffeine and really tired when [Read More]

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Donald Trump and the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest

People have worried that Trump’s Democrat past taints him but the Battle of Battle of Teutoburg Forest predicts that it made him stronger. I keep thinking of the Battle of Teutoburg Forest, in 9 A.D. It’s the reason the Romans lost their hold on Germania and were never again able [Read More]

Democrats' virus
Politics

It’s not Covid-19; it’s not the Wuhan virus; it’s the Democrats’ virus

While the virus known as Covid-19 originated somewhere in China, if you want to know who weaponized it, the real culprits are the Democrats. One of the problems that the Democrats had going into 2020 was Trump’s refusal to be Hitler. Trump didn’t round-up Jews; he embraced them. Trump didn’t [Read More]

Election
Elections

The election: If you’ve got the coattails, you’ve got to have the coat

The fact that there is a red wave on the down-ballot votes in the swing states is all the proof you need that the Biden surge is a fraud. Initially, I thought it marginally possible that Americans, after the four-year, nonstop media drumbeat against Trump, combined with the media’s and [Read More]

Politics

Ruth Bader Ginsburg — first thoughts and Open Thread

I’m abandoning the rule about not speaking ill of the dead. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a politician in robes and we’re in a political season. Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died. These are my first, rough thoughts, and they’re not in any particular order. I’ve also skipped hyperlinks, although I’m pretty [Read More]

Military
Elections

The Democrats’ plan for the military in the coming coup

The Democrats have played a long game and are confident that, when they begin their openly planned coup, the military will support them. Michael Anton’s essay is framed as a question: “The Coming Coup?” In fact, Anton proves that the planned coup is already in play. Unlike the ordinary conspiracy [Read More]

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CNN is busy rewriting history to blame Trump for the riots

The polls show that the public hates the “mostly peaceful” riots, so CNN published a deeply dishonest “article” blaming Trump for the riots. On May 25, George Floyd, an overweight, violent ex-felon with serious heart disease, who took over three times the lethal dose of fentanyl, along with some other [Read More]

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A Trump campaign advertisement I’d love to see

I think I’ve come up with a brilliant Trump/Pence advertisement for people who remember the 1980s. If you’re old enough to remember the 1980s, you’re also old enough to remember this famous anti-drug advertising campaign: I woke up with that commercial imprinted in my brain (Lord knows what I was [Read More]

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Trump 2020: Make America Normal Again

For four years, the left has up-ended everything that was once considered normal. An overwhelming Trump (and Republican) victory can bring normal back. Over the past few days, when reading articles, conversing with friends, listening to podcasts, or just contemplating life, one word rings in my brain like a tocsin: [Read More]

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Trump has baited the cognitive test trap

Democrats think Trump is stupid because he claims to have found the cognitive test hard. They don’t even see the trap into which they’ve willingly walked. Trump has a larger than life personality (I don’t think anyone can dispute that), and his own way of getting things done. Some of [Read More]