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Monday

"Trump of Arabia" just like Lawrence provides weapons to the Saudis


So far, it seems that President Trump is doing a great job on his Middle East tour, striking deals on commerce and international security, as well as projecting an unapologetic aura of (trigger warning to snowflakes!) manliness that we haven't seen in the White House for a long time. 

For instance, the Saudis invited Trump to participate in their traditional "sword bouncing" dance, an activity so hilariously phallic that it would make Anthony Weiner blush. This in marked contrast to Obama's first visit to the Middle East, during which he bowed before every turban-topped head and was then told to stand with the women while holding a cat in front of his private regions ("Trust us, it's traditional," the potentates giggled). 

And there's a lot more testosterone in the President's statements overseas than we saw previously. Obama, as we painfully recall, basically declared that Islam created everything good about Western civilization, and that the evil, moronic, Bible-clutching simpletons of the United States of America then screwed it all up. And regarding terror, Obama basically stuck to the Reverend Jeremiah Wright's assessment that we were to blame for "America's chickens coming home to roost."  More.....

Sunday

Venezuelan Government Forces Bakeries to Sell Bread ONLY to Designated Socialist

BREAD LINE IN VENEZUELA
The socialist government of the People's Republic of Venezuela has mandated that only those in good standing with it's regime will be allowed to stand in the long, long bread lines in Caracas, the nation's capital city.  Those not associated with the ruling party are not even allowed to purchase that state's dwindling supply of toilet paper.  The situation has become so dire, that domestic cats flee from the alley as a human enters---for fear of being used in some disgusting manner. 

Saturday

Guatemalan Wanted For Murder Found In New York

NEW YORK – A Guatemalan national wanted for murder charges was removed Thursday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers. 

Filadelfo Cardona Martinez, 40, was escorted by ERO officers via an ICE Air Ops charter flight destined for Guatemala, where he was turned over to local authorities. He entered the United States legally, but failed to depart the U.S. as required. In March 2017, Interpol issued a Red Notice for Cardona Martinez based on an arrest warrant issued on Feb 10, 2006, by the Judge of First Instance of Crimes against the Environment of the Chiquimula Department (Guatemala), charging Cardona Martinez with homicide. 

“We will not allow violent criminals to seek refuge from justice within our borders. Not only will we continue to seek out dangerous criminals who pose a threat to our communities, but they will be removed,” said Thomas R. Decker, field office director for ERO New York. “Cardona’s removal reflects ERO’s commitment to public safety in the United States and also abroad. We will continue to ensure that our cities are made safer while these lawbreakers face consequences in their home countries.”  More....

Comey doesn't get his curtain call, but the hook



Remember it was just recently, that a friend of former FBI director came forward and said Comey tried to hide in the curtain on one of his last White House visits.  The below poem is dedicated to that visit of Comey to the White House.  Hey you can sing along to the tune of Elvis's 'Crying in the Chapel' 


"You caught me hiding in the curtains
The fears I had were my employ
I'll know the meaning of retirement
Trump's not happy with my ploy

They were dark blue white house curtains
Where crazy nut-balls hide away
I prayed that Don Trump wasn't stronger
Keep my job another day

I searched and I searched but I couldn't find
No way Hillary committed crime

Now I'm hidden by the curtains
Where crazy nut-balls are ignored
Yes, I'll hide here in the curtains
Not be seen or hugged by Trump

I wore blue suit and hoped he'd be blind
No way that I'd ever be maligned

Take your troubles to the curtains
Then blend in and hide away
If your blue suit is much lighter
You'll be surely fired today"

Thanks to the  The People's Cube 

Doubts growing among Dems and some Media about Trump Campaign Collusion with Russia


With headlines swirling and lawmakers meeting behind closed doors, it’s not difficult to conclude there is trouble in the Trump White House. 

But a deeper dive reveals that lots of people who would not consider themselves Trump supporters admit there is no evidence of any wrongdoing by the Trump campaign regarding alleged collusion with Russians. 

Here’s a list of some of those who fall into the “no evidence” column:  More.....

Friday

Harvard University has banned male neckties on campus, calling them a symbol of chauvinism and hate speech

Harvard University has written a new dress code that defines ties, a traditional male dress accessory, as a symbol of oppression, chauvinism, and hate speech. The decision came after a women's rights group petitioned the school board to ban neckties after the group claimed that students have been triggered by seeing such a “flamboyant and offensive” micro-aggression carried around even by their own professors. 

Immediately after the board’s decision, a mass email was sent to all students and faculty of the new dress code stating that if the new policy was disobeyed it could bring about “serious consequences” including expulsion. In the email it expressed the belief that a man wearing a tie is just as offensive if not more so than a white man in black face.  More....

MS-13 Gang 'ICED' in Los Angeles Raid

Federal and local law enforcement officers conducted 50 simultaneous raids in the pre-dawn hours Wednesday, taking down almost two dozen “high-ranking” suspected leaders of the notoriously violent MS-13 street gang, along with numerous Mexican Mafia leaders, in what is being described as the “largest gang raid in Los Angeles history.” According to NBC News’ local Los Angeles affiliate, the raids were “the culmination of a three-year investigation,” in the words of the FBI’s Deidre Fike. Led by the Los Angeles Metropolitan Task Force on Violent Gangs, the investigation began in June 2014, targeting the most violent actors and most senior leaders within the violent criminal enterprise controlled by MS-13, along with their ties to the Mexican Mafia.  More....

Is America headed for a Coup d'etat led by Progressive Journalist?


Although it's a bit early in our day (barely) for mixed drinks, we can't help but indulge in mixed metaphors when trying to comprehend what's going on in the news. Per the cartoon, we can't quite decide whether the news broadcasts relating to the specious Trump/Russia investigation are coming from another planet, or whether the alleged journalists in the mainstream media have finally gone native, adorned themselves in grass skirts and war paint and, high on adrenalin and their own screaming chants, are now throwing spears at anything that moves.

Not since Michael Jackson set his noggin ablaze while shooting a Pepsi commercial have we seen so much "hair on fire" news. And we don't get it.

Did the Russians hack our election? No. Did they "influence" the result of our election? There's been no evidence of it. Did Trump conspire with Russia to make these non-events happen? Again, there's not a scintilla of evidence. But you'd never know it from the rabid stories being reported virtually everywhere.  More....

Anthony Weiner to Plead Guilty on Charges of Sexting a Minor

Weiner, 52, will enter a guilty plea with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan on a single charge of sending explicit material to a minor. The girl alleged that he sent her nude photos, shared pornographic videos with her, discussed his “rape fantasies,” and requested that she undress and masturbate during video calls.  More...

Wednesday

Seattle digging out from N. Korean nuclear attack as Comey outs Trump as Russian Agent


While the people in downtown Seattle were digging out from yesterday's North Korean nuclear attack with the assistance of those few first responders still standing.  Suburbanites living outside the blast area in their gated progressive communities rushed to newsstands to get the latest headlines about the growing Russian-Trump scandal.

In related news, the campuses of both the University of Washington and Washington State are already seeing large anti-war protest.  While in the eastern part of the state, lumberjacks and others are rushing to enlist for the impend war on the Asian mainland..    

Monday

Weight Watchers Anonymous to open new World Headquarter in Caracas, Venezuela

Although the United Nations has refused to recognize Venezuela's growing reputation as the weight-loss capital of the globe; because of that organization's domination by the "people's socialist states of the world.  Nevertheless, Weight Watchers Anonymous will open it's new headquarter there.  With the new improved motto of "Lose weight the old fashion way, one empty spoon at a time!"  For obvious reasons officials of this oil rich socialist nation in Caracas have been reluctant to approve the paper work needed for Weight Watchers to begin construction on their new corporate headquarters.

Friday

Obama colludes with French PM Candidate, Emmanuel Macron to sway election in France

In a somewhat paradoxical move, considering the ongoing investigation of the Trump campaign colluding with Russia during the recent election, former President Barack Obama is publicly  endorsing the campaign of French PM candidate Emmanuel Macron in this Sunday's national elections.  Is there some kind of double standard here?  Currently, the polls have Macron running ahead of Marine Le Pen, the right wing nationalist candidate. 

Thursday