September 18, 2019

Today's Edition



Democrats need to face it: the tables have been turned on them. Until recently, they’ve been on the offensive --- the word “offensive” applies in more ways than one --- and we know now that the craziness started well before Donald Trump came down the Trump Tower escalator and announced his campaign for President. They’ve violated both protocol and federal law in their effort to take him (and others) down and are now so freaking Trump-deranged that some members of their own party are looking for the nearest exit, embarrassed to be seen with them.

In other words, their schemes appear to be backfiring, and even with most of the media on their side, this is not going to be pretty. The Mueller report was a bust. Mueller’s own testimony before Congress (their idea) was, too. Importantly, the IG report on abuse of the FISA court will be out soon. Thanks to Judicial Watch, documents they thought would never see the light of day are gradually coming out. Attorney General Bill Barr is determined to find out just how the “Russia” investigation got started and –- more importantly –- how it became about Trump.


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Mike Huckabee

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Hillary = Sore Loser, Example 1,765

By Mike Huckabee

We’re coming up on three years since Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 Presidential election (yes, Democrats, she LOST…and I never get tired of typing those words), yet the excuses just keep comin’. Hillary is now trying to fire up the “Resistance” sore loser brigades for 2020 by claiming, sans evidence, that she lost Wisconsin because of “voter suppression.”

Let me translate for you: “Someone kept all those racist, sexist, homophobic, Islamophobic, xenophobic, irredeemable deplorables in that state I never even visited from turning out to vote for me!”

I confess, I actually miss the days when Hillary was lecturing us about how appalling and un-American it would be to refuse to accept the results of the 2016 Presidential election. But that was back before she knew the results would be that she LOST.




Newsweek's deranged partisan idiocy

By Mike Huckabee

Russian collusion collapsed, along with most of the other overheated charges leveled at President Trump, but you have to give the media credit: they just keep trying to tar him with something, even when their cupboard full of scandal accusations is practically bare.  At least give Newsweek credit for creativity for its latest attempt at bringing down Trump.

Newsweek found a distant cousin of Trump’s in Scotland who doesn’t like him and was willing to badmouth him. She claims that once during a visit – and brace yourself for this – he stole some pancakes!  But wait, it gets worse.  She said he visited when she was making pancakes, and “he put a few pancakes in [his] pocket and never said ‘cheerio’ or anything.”

He not only took a few pancakes, he didn’t even say “Cheerio!”  Did he also put some Cheerios in his pocket?  Because if he did, someone alert Jerry Nadler, I think we’ve finally found an impeachable offense!  (To paraphrase Homer Simpson: “Mmmm…Cheerios and peaches!”)  

Attention, New York Times: Gaze upon Newsweek's deranged partisan idiocy and see where you’re heading. It’s not for nothing that Newsweek magazine (not an individual issue, but the entire company) once sold for one dollar. As it currently stands, I wouldn’t even give you a pancake for it.

PS – Even without their blatant and embarrassingly incompetent attempts to destroy President Trump and slander Justice Kavanaugh, it might be too late for a salvage attempt on the New York Times’ reputation. Take a look at what they’re running when they’re not acting as the DNC’s propaganda arm:



I wanted to make sure you also read these comments:

Prayers and sympathy for longtime “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek, who revealed that his treatment for pancreatic cancer was not as successful as it first seemed, and he has to go back for more chemotherapy.  The story has the details, as well as some comments about his outlook on life and mortality that I think you’ll find inspiring.  I hope inspiring enough to remember him and his family in your prayers, too.



"PC Run Amuck" News: Santa Monica Police are searching for a shotgun-wielding robber who held up a Wells Fargo bank branch while wearing a Mexican “Day of the Dead” type mask.  The police statement said that if apprehended, the culprit could face charges of armed robbery and a separate offense under the California Penal Code for “violating the rights of indigenous peoples” via cultural appropriation for wearing the mask.

This raises a number of questions, beyond the obvious (“Has everyone in California gone insane?”)  For instance: how do they know the robber isn’t Hispanic if he was wearing a mask?  Isn’t that projecting their racial assumptions onto him?  And suppose he isn’t Hispanic but identifies as Hispanic? Would the cops be violating California law by not recognizing his preferred cultural identity? Halloween is coming; is every kid in California required to wear a costume representing exactly whatever he/she/xe is in everyday life the other 364 days of the week?

Finally, the most important question of all: Which one gets you more prison time in California, armed bank robbery or cultural appropriation?  



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"Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil."

- 1 Corinthians 13:4-5

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  • Elaine Liming

    09/18/2019 05:43 PM

    Good summary today. I gave thanks to the Lord today for leading me to teaching. I once wanted to be a journalist and your summary newsletter today put me a thankful mood. We are not all crazy in California but some live up to our reputation of the state of fruits and nuts. Many are representing us in Sacramento and four in Congress. Privately we have names for these men and women because we consider them all dangerous to our cultural environment and so called climate change. They do provide us with entertainment and cause us who live here to tell our friends back East, we will vote in 2020, and try to rid ourselves of this cultural disease. Please pray for us.

  • Vicki Hightower

    09/18/2019 03:47 PM

    Lately, it seems Taylor Swift is constantly in the news voicing her political opinions and speaking out against conservative values. Does she really think she has enough influence that her views can possibly change someone's political leanings or is she scared of the liberal influence in the entertainment industry? Or, can it possibly be to keep herself in the public eye? To me, she seems like a spoiled little brat that feels like she isn't getting enough attention.

  • Verlyn Steinbach

    09/18/2019 03:26 PM

    "The Santa Monica Observer has also acknowledged the story was meant as satire." A satirical joke in the middle of a story about ARMED ROBBERY? I hope their readers are not that gullible.

  • Bruce Vanderhoef

    09/18/2019 01:02 PM

    What the heck does "charity vaunteth not itself" mean? Leave the King James to the Brits verily I saith!