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Joke of the Day

An elderly couple goes to their doctor to ask what they can do to improve their short term memory.

“Forgetfulness is common at your age. Just get into the habit of writing down the things you need to do and then it won’t be so easy to forget,” their physician instructed them.

Later that evening, the couple settles down to watch some TV when the husband gets up from his chair and starts to leave the room.

“Where are you going?” his wife asks. read more

Supreme Identity Politics

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

Yet another red flag raised regarding supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Is our newest supreme Court justice an independent jurist or is he just another Republican caveman, who the left can bend and shape to their will by just exerting political pressure?

Recall, during his confirmation, justice Kavanaugh declared that should he be confirmed he would hire an all-female crew to clerk for him.

And that he did. For his “effort,” fellow justice and radical leftist, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, better known as Notorious RBG, praised him for it.

“If confirmed, I’ll be the first justice in the history of the Supreme Court to have a group of all-women law clerks. That is who I am,” said Kavanaugh.

“Justice Kavanaugh made history by bringing on board an all-female law clerk crew. Thanks to his selections, the Court has this Term, for the first time ever, more women than men serving as law clerks,” Ginsburg said at the Second Circuit Judicial Conference on Friday.

Well Yay! Identity politics has officially infected everything. read more

Skai Air Taxi May Cost as Little as an Uber

Expecting to achieve full FAA certification by the end of 2020, Skai says its "point to...
Expecting to achieve full FAA certification by the end of 2020, Skai says its “point to any point” air taxi service will cost about the same per mile as a standard Uber(Credit: Alaka’i Technologies)

Skai made big waves last month with the launch of its long-range hydrogen-powered eVTOL air taxi prototype. In an interview with New Atlas, Skai’s CTO tells us these flying commuter vehicles will cost about the same per mile as an Uber ride, and that he expects to be able to land them just about anywhere. read more

What – The Glaciers Aren’t Melting?!

from Flag and Cross:

National Parks Quietly Dump Signs Saying Glaciers ‘Will Be Gone’ By 2020 Due to Mythical Global Warming

The National Park Service removed signs put up by the Obama administration telling visitors that the glaciers would “all be gone” by the year 2020.

 

The National Park Service has quietly removed all the signs put up by the Obama administration that told visitors that the glaciers would “all be gone” by the year 2020 due to global warming… because… it’s 2019 and the glaciers are all still there. read more

Congress Voting Itself a Pay Raise

What a great deal! I’m sure every person in America wishes he or she could get together with their fellow employees and just vote themselves a raise.
But that’s not the way the private sector works. The private sector has that darned “merit based” system, where if you perform well, you are compensated accordingly. And I doubt many Americans would say that Congress is anywhere close to performing their duties well.Related image
Instead, how about considering a vote to cut your pay. And is this not a tacit admission by the dems of the strength of the Trump economy?

from The Blaze:

House Democrats push to give themselves pay raises despite pushback

Not all members are on board

House Democrats are moving forward with a spending package that would allow for a $4,500 cost-of-living pay increase for members of Congress, despite pushback from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. read more

WND Exclusive – WHAT ABOUT AMENDING THE 2ND AMENDMENT?

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

The Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution to prevent government infringement on our natural rights as Americans. It was designed to prevent government the ability to bestow and therefore rescind the rights of the individual.

To that, there was an interesting and thought-provoking article in the Washington Post recently. I’m not sure I’ve ever uttered those words in the same sentence: thought-provoking and Washington Post.

As I rarely peruse the pages of the Post, I must thank Jazz Shaw at HotAir.com for bringing it to our attention. read more