Joke of the Day

Kirk was telling his colleagues about a strange dream he had the previous night.

He dreamt he was in the middle of action in the old west riding a stagecoach.

All of a sudden, a cowboy riding a horse appears on the right side of the stagecoach and a horse without a rider pulls up on the left. read more

Another Plea for Mike Lee

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

Scroll Down for Audio Version

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had another health scare recently. After surgery and treatment she has apparently been given a clean Image result for supreme courtbill of health.

But this latest scare has once again prompted many to speculate just when Ginsburg will decide to hang it up, or that her failing health might decide.

This will mean that Trump will get a third bite at the supreme Court apple.

Many thought that the Kavanaugh confirmation would flip the court from progressive to constitutionalist, but that may not end up being the case. This one however, could put the final nail in the coffin of leftist court activism.

But recent history is replete with Republican “wrong” choices for supreme Court, from David Souter to John Paul Stevens, Sandra Day O’Connor and, of course, Mr. swing-vote, Anthony Kennedy. Chief Justice John Roberts has turned out be anything but a constitutionalist. Thanks to Roberts, we have ObamaCare. read more

WND Exclusive – ANOTHER COMPROMISE PLAN FOR THE WALL

by: Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

I’ve heard many conservative commentators and pundits speaking about Trump’s national emergency powers and how he should use them.

Top of the list appears to be this scenario.

Negotiations, if you can even call them that, have gone nowhere. So, it’s posited, Trump will appear to back down and agree to end the shutdown – after which he will then invoke his presidential authority under the 1976 National Emergencies Act, [50 U.S.C. 1601, 1621, 1622] and declare a national emergency on the border, secure funding from a number of government sources and get the wall built.

Rather, Trump should declare an emergency prior to signing an agreement to end the government shutdown. Anything less would be ill-advised. read more

Video Podcast – Another Round of Gun Bans

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

The leftist media circulated a narrative about mass-shootings last year in which they claimed there were 307 mass shootings in 2018.

Of course, almost none of them were actual mass-shootings, but it’s enough to prompt democrats into another round of gun bans.

Senator Diane Feinstein and her cast or cronies have introduced the Assault Weapons Ban of 2019. read more

Joke of the Day

Jose and Carlos are beggars. They beg in different areas of town.

Carlos begs for the same amount of time as Jose, but collects only about $8 or $9 a day.

Jose brings home a suitcase full of ten-dollar bills every day. He drives a new truck, lives in a mortgage-free house and has a lot of money to spend. read more

Witless Jim Acosta Makes Trump’s Border Barrier Argument for Him

Jim Acosta makes Trump point a border walls/fences, etc! Question is – does he know how foolish he looks, or is it a case of bad press is better than none at all.

from the American Spectator:

You must first watch this brief one-minute video clip.

[Rather than make you link to Big Jim’s Twitter page, here’s the clip]:

read more

New Segway Delivery Robot

Segway is branching out from its eponymous ‘personal transporters’ with a lineup of delivery robots.

Ninebot, the parent of Segway, is debuting its first-ever autonomous delivery robot, called Loomo Delivery, alongside a new scooter.

Loomo is designed to make deliveries in buildings and malls, using artificial intelligence to make sure they’re dropped off at the right location.

Scroll down for video 

Starbucks Policy Coming Back to Bite Them

from the American Thinker:

Starbucks learns the price of virtue-signaling, now must install needle disposal boxes in bathrooms ‘open to all’Image result for used needle boxes

The expression “clueless liberal” now has an emblem: the Starbucks logo.  The coffee chain has discovered what anyone who understands human nature could have predicted – as many of us did.  When the chain announced last May that it was opening its bathrooms to non-customers and allowing them to stay in its stores as long as they want without paying for anything, it was utterly predictable that all sorts of troubled people with nowhere else to shoot up, turn tricks, or bathe would start using the restrooms of the virtue-signaling chain. read more