Saturday, February 11, 2017

Friday, February 10, 2017

Aman down

For 34 years, reporter Christiane Amanpour has been the objective international voice for CNN.

But she got suckered this week, and Trump again,
 got exactly what he wanted.

In this post-truth era, non-baised, fact-based reporting is more important than ever.

But Amanpour declared herself no longer “neutral”,
 elevating her own reporting to being “truthful”.

Instead of just identifying conflict, she’s declared she’ll tell us “truth”.

If the rebels are in the right, 
she’ll tell us so. 

If the government is right, 
she’ll tell us that is “truth” instead.

One of the world’s great, objective voices now declares she’s taking sides.

If discrediting reporters is the goal of Donald Trump, 
he could not have planned her announcement any better.

without a common purpose we'll be toast

FACEBOOK was founded on a description of 
Trump’s first few weeks in office.

This also describes the disruption of illegal immigration pretty well.

The cost is tough to quantify, from a low of about $50 Billion a year to a high of more than twice that. 

Depends on who you believe.

Four people sneak away from the U.S.-Mexico border fence after illegally crossing into the border town of Nogales, Ariz. (AP)

Illegals do not qualify for foodstamps or public assistance but to be accurate, their anchor babies do. 

Our Declaration imagined a fairly exclusive club based on work and an idea we all agreed not to destroy.

Now every precious snowflake deserves a medal 
for simply being.
“I deserve because I am” 
will not endure the test of time. 

Thursday, February 9, 2017

that was then

The Clinton Foundation quietly made a major announcement a couple weeks ago.

Their “Global Initiative” said it's firing all 22 staffers and closing its offices for good.


Hillary no longer has anything to sell 
and the flood of foreign government money has dried up.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

horn in!

heartbreak hotel

AirBnB appears to have sold out their local hosts, 
agreeing to help the New York City Department of Buildings
 locate rentals as long as prosecutors only fine the hosts and not the company itself.

They put themselves into a tough negotiating position by cheating on the data a New York Court ordered them to release to New York City.

Now each AirBnB rental warrants a $1000 fine that can rise to $7500 over time.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Monday, February 6, 2017

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