Wednesday, January 11, 2017


Taking credit for things he didn't do. Remember how we laughed at Gore for claiming he invented the internet? Well here we go again....#TrumpCredit #Whydotheydothat? #GoreAnotherPresidentWeElectedThatDidntServe

Trump just announced he will be the greatest job producer God ever created. Not sure this was why we wanted a news conference... to hear what he thinks of himself. Chrissakes....everyone already knows what he thinks of himself. We are more concerned about ourselves.

Trump announces tomorrow that inspirational speeches consisting of class and dignity will be outlawed.

Everything is so complicated. Lately I've been suspicious of God's apples and have been opting for what Monsanto calls apples.

I, like you, am excited about a "big, beautiful," free wall. I'm excited about better health care for less money. I, like you, have complete confidence in the Republicans accomplishing this quickly. #bigly #goldenshowersPresident


All the women in Trump's administration are beginning to complain about the time it takes them to go through airport security.  



Man.  Those big shots must have really fragile egos.

Russia Bans Meryl Streep Movies


He offered to quit about viewing tax returns.


President-elect Donald J. Trump on Monday at Trump Tower in Manhattan.
Trump Received Unsubstantiated Report That Russia Had Damaging Information About Him


The material was considered so potentially explosive that the intelligence agencies decided that the president and the president-elect needed to be told and that the agencies were actively investigating it.

President-elect Donald J. Trump on Monday at Trump Tower in Manhattan.
Trump Tells Congress to Repeal and Replace Health Care Law 'Very Quickly'


President-elect Donald J. Trump said he wanted to replace the Affordable Care Act as soon as it was repealed, but some Republicans want more time to consider an alternative.


Better Red Than Dead: Chinese Professor Fired After Criticizing Mao In Commentary

by jonathanturley
130px-Mao_Zedong_portraitimagesThe Chinese communist regime reminded the world of its unwavering fear of independent thought and analysis for any kind. The latest victim is Deng Xiaochao, 62, an art professor at Shandong Jianzhu University in central China who was fired for a commentary that criticizing Chairman Mao Zedong. Of course, Mao has been dead for 40 years and he was a brutal, moronic dictator. However, this is this 123rd birthday and various people in China still revere a man who killed millions directly in the cultural revolution or indirectly through idiotic policies of centralized planning and controls. One of the best things that ever happened to China was the passing of Mao on September 9, 1976 but many still believe the decades of propaganda on the founder of Communist China,


“I’m With You”: David Brock Pledges Allegiance To Sanders

by jonathanturley
images-1David Brock is nothing if not morally and politically flexible. He started as a conservative muckraker who was widely denounced for his unrelenting attacks on Hillary Clinton. He then announced a change of heart and became an attack dog for Hillary -- becoming extremely wealthy as the head of shadowy Clinton PAC that investigated and attacked any Democrat or Republican who stood against her. In this election, Clinton was attacked for her association with Brock who was viewed as reaching a new level of sleazy and vicious work. You may recall Bernie Sanders denouncing Clinton for her continued alliance with Brock and use of his controversial PAC organizations. Sanders referred to Brock as simple "scum" but Clinton refused to denounced Brock or to discourage Democrats from working with or contributing to his PACs. As we discussed, it turns out that even Clinton aides were disgusted by Clinton's refusal to cut off Brock or to denounced his work. In the latest batch of Wikileaks, Neera Tanden, the President of Center for American Progress, allegedly emailed John Podesta that "I hope Hillary truly understands now how batshit crazy David Brock is."
Now Brock is ready for his next transformation. After leading attacks on Sanders, Brock has apologized that he was wrong and now wants an alliance with Sanders as his attack dog. It brings to mind Sam Houston's description of a contemporary of having "every quality of a dog except loyalty." In a statement that is enough to force most politicians into a fetal position, Brock has written to Sanders to say "I'm with you." The effort to play the Prodigal Son is likely to be lost on Sanders. After all did not first try to kill the father, burn his farm to the ground and poison his livestock.

FBI pays Geek Squad members who find child porn, California case reveals

Jan 11, 2017, 7:45 am CST


Prosecutor defends 22-year sentence for theft of remote control

Jan 11, 2017, 7:00 am CST



Trump wins defamation case; judge says his 'intemperate tweets' are opinion

A New York judge has tossed a suit that claimed Donald Trump defamed a guest TV commentator in his tweets.
Judge Barbara Jaffe said in her decision Tuesday that Trump regularly skewers his critics on Twitter, and the reasonable reader would recognize his statements as opinion, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Trump’s “tweets about his critics, necessarily restricted to 140 characters or less, are rife with vague and simplistic insults such as ‘loser’ or ‘total loser’ or ‘totally biased loser,’ ‘dummy’ or ‘dope’ or ‘dumb,’ ‘zero/no credibility,’ ‘crazy’ or ‘wacko’ and ‘disaster,’ all deflecting serious consideration,” Jaffe wrote.
The suit was filed by a public relations consultant, Cheryl Jacobus, who says Trump’s campaign had invited her to interview for campaign communications director in May 2015, but she withdrew from consideration because she didn’t want to work for Trump’s then-campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski.
Early in 2016, Jacobus appeared on television where she questioned Trump’s stated motive for his threat to skip a debate and his claims of a self-funded campaign. She said Trump was a “bad debater” who “comes off like a third grader faking his way through an oral report on current affairs.”
Trump responded with tweets. One said that Jacobus “begged us for a job. We said no and she went hostile. A real dummy!” Another tweet said Jacobus “begged my people for a job. Turned her down twice and she went hostile. Major loser, zero credibility!”
Jacobus had claimed Trump’s tweets implied she sacrificed her professional integrity by suggesting her Trump television comments were revenge, and they were based on an untrue assertion—that she had begged for a job and was turned down.
But Jaffe said Trump’s assertion that Jacobus had begged for a job couldn’t be objectively verified because it was “a loose, figurative and hyperbolic reference” to her state of mind. And allegations that someone has been fired, absent a claim of misconduct or bad work performance, does not impugn integrity, Jaffe said.
The “intemperate tweets” were clearly intended to belittle and demean Jacobus, Jaffe said, and no reasonable reading of the remarks would reflect adversely on Jacobus.
Jaffe said her ruling was consistent with “the spirit of the First Amendment” and considering the nature of Trump’s statements: “imprecise and hyperbolic political dispute cum schoolyard squabble.”


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