Now that authorities in San Francisco have released the Pelosi Tapes, concerning the attack on Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul, it would be interesting to hear your take on the apparent evidence.
Old Joe, who finally went to the border but didn’t bring his Border Czar, was met by demonstrators along the freshly sanitized El Paso streets (cleared of illegal aliens, that is):
So there’s something we can all agree on (if we all had half a brain).
Nevertheless, another open thread!
Wishing all of you a Happy New Year!
May 2023 be better than ever. Keep the faith.
Trust in all that’s good and holy and honest and loving.
God bless you and may you have a happy, happy 2023!
Merry Christmas and a happy holiday weekend to all of our friends!
This story caught my eye the other day:
George Santos, whose election to Congress on Long Island in New York last month helped Republicans clinch a narrow majority in the House of Representatives, built his candidacy on the notion that he was the “full embodiment of the American dream” and was running to safeguard it for others.
Posted in Elections, Ideology, Media bias, Obama Eligibility, Open Threads, Vetting Obama
Tagged antisemitism, Barack Obama, fact checking, fake biography, George Santos, homophobia, media bias, open thread, racism, Sexism, vetting
Jonathan Turley reported on an interesting poll about college students and their fear of openly speaking their minds, especially in classrooms.
The Buckley annual survey found that almost 60 percent of college students fear sharing an opinion in classrooms or on campuses. That tracks other polls by different groups. Yet, colleges and universities continue to exclude Republican and conservative faculty members and maintain environments of speech intolerance.The poll shows a sharp increase from just last year with 63% reporting feeling intimidated in sharing opinions different than their peers. That is almost identical to the 65 percent found in other polls.
Posted in censorship, Constitutional Rights, Education, Open Threads, Woke
Tagged bias in academia, censorship, college campuses, Constitutional rights, First Amendment rights, free speech, heckler's veto, Jonathan Turley, left-wing violence, open thread, wokeness
As you sit down to your Thanksgiving feast today, remember our forebears and the real meaning of today’s feast:
To give thanks to the Lord for our wonderful country.
Everybody’s busy with early Thanksgiving preparations or else, as in New York, they’re shoveling snow, so it seems prudent to simply put up an open thread. Have at it, if you find time. We love to hear from anyone, about any topic.
This day and this weekend, we honor all of our nation’s veterans.
We remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice:
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
Laurence Binyon’s poem For the Fallen, written in September 1914