Tuesday, February 07, 2017

Larwyn's Linx: 16 Fake News Stories Reporters Have Run Since Trump Won

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16 Fake News Stories Reporters Have Run Since Trump Won: Daniel Payne
Innocence, Foolishness, Stupidity and Which is Which?: Elephant
Trump is Serious About Securing America’s Borders: BattleSwarm

How Trump Profits from the Outrage Machine : Jonathan S. Tobin
‘Fauxcahontas’ Warren: Trump Nominees of Lying During Job Applications: Shifra
How Al Franken Paved the Way for Donald Trump: National Journal

Ethics-Challenged Hater Maxine Waters Calls For Trump Impeachment: Jeff Dunetz
Schumer Curries Favor To Extremists On Left With Attack On DeVos: AR2
Senile Old Nancy Pelosi Says She Can't Work With 'President Bush': WFB

Progressives and Race: The Z Man
Trump Sending ATF Troops to Chicago to Curb Violence: Kevin Jackson
Democrats On Verge Of Becoming ‘Permanent Minority’ Party: Stewart Lawrence


Education at a Crossroads: Thomas Sowell
Leftists Go Nuts at the Thought of Betsy DeVos as Education Secretary: RWN
Fed's Harker says increasingly concerned about some cyber threats: Reuters

Scandal Central

Berkeley Republican Describes Night of Terror, Says Agitators Were Trying to 'Burn Us Alive': Debra Heine
Convict Released By Obama Crashes Into Motorist While Fleeing From Drug Deal: V. Saxena
Mexican National On Trial for Alleged Illegal Voting: Breitbart

Climate, Energy & Regulations

Another Huge Global Warming Data Scandal: EIB


Audi Enters The White War: Heartiste
Kurt Schlichter Nails It: The Left Hates You: EIB
MSNBC Host Suggests Trump May Start Killing Journalists: InfLib

Rep. Maxine Waters on Trump: 'Eventually We've Got to Do Something About Him': CNS
Democrat lawmaker wants Trump impeached, but CNN anchor shuts her down: RWN
CAIR Leader: Overthrow the U.S. Government: Daniel Pipes (11/16)


The Left's Persecution of Real Refugees from Islam and Communism: Sultan Knish
Transgender murderer moved from women’s prison ‘after having sex with female inmates’: Metro
Britain needs one new home every five minutes to house booming migrant population: Fellowship

Russia's Arctic Military Buildup in One Map: PopMech
Police Officer: Almost All Serious Crime Committed By Migrants: Breitbart
Singapore to cane Saudi diplomat for molesting hotel intern: paper: Reuters

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

New SM-3 Missile Takes Out Test Target in First Intercept: DefTech
I am with French when it comes to robo-advisors: Daily FinTEch
Google Maps for Android puts real-time information front and center: Collen Kriel


Brady and the Patriot’s Win: Let The Memes Begin: MOTUS
'He's a Demon!' Mother of Slain Runner Karina Vetrano Faces Alleged Killer: NBC-4
Mona Lisa was originally meant to be a Muslim woman: Cube

Image: Google Maps for Android puts real-time information front and center
Sponsored by: Senate Conservatives Fund

QOTD: "...beginning in 1970, the number of filibusters exploded by a magnitude of 36-fold. There have been 1,700 in the 46 years since then. Why? Because in 1970, Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield instituted a “two-track” system that allowed the Senate, by unanimous consent or the approval of the minority leader, to bypass a filibustered bill and go on to another. This relieved a filibustering senator of the job of having to talk through the night and it relieved his colleagues of their frustration.

The filibuster thus entered the couch-potato world of virtual reality, where an actual speech is no longer required to block a vote. Today the mere threat of a filibuster suffices to kill a bill as the Senate shrugs and goes on to other business. The filibuster has been stripped of all the unpleasantness that discouraged its use and encouraged compromise and resolution.

Whereas the filibuster prior to 1970 was designed to ensure debate, after adoption of the two-track system it mutated into a procedure that prevents debate. As a result, the greatest deliberative body in the world now has difficulty deliberating on anything of importance." --Rep. Tom McClintock

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Can the administration abandon the current order under 9th review. Then issue a new, slightly different order and ensure it is taken up elsewhere such as the 5th.