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Narc, is that any surprise from a publication that proudly proclaimed "We're all socialists now!" ?
Toggle Commented 19 minutes ago on Melting Down At The Times at JustOneMinute
The Delaware GOP must be the world's largest collection of retards The Christine O’Donnell debacle in 2010 proved that beyond all doubt.
Toggle Commented 13 hours ago on Melting Down At The Times at JustOneMinute
Rep. Joe Kennedy III Was he the one who was a shill for Hugo Chavez and the Venezualen commies, or was that his dad?
Exactly, henry. It just depresses me that there are so many ignorant, foul-mouthed, depraved lunatics out there, who vote (and who probably all work government jobs, so I'm paying their salaries)
Henry @ 11:33 The comments at that Hill article are depressing as hell. 90% frothing st the mouth progs.
Informed and active citizens make for a stronger country, a stronger economy, and a stronger workforce. This is essential for our continued prosperity. We used to have that, until the same jackasses who are putting this crap out joined in with the Left to completely destroy our educational system and produce two generations of snowflakes who feel rather than think, and have an allergy to facts.
All you need to read from rse's link is the first paragraph: Quantum Leadership: New Consciousness in Business (2019) explores the practices of leaders who are deeply connected to others and the world around them. The extraordinary convergence of quantum science and spirituality is now bringing to light the power of such practices to transform a leader’s entrepreneurial creativity, leading to greater effectiveness and more global responsibility. These two outcomes are at the heart of the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative’s (GRLI) call for deep systemic change in how we live and make a living, how we learn, and how we lead.
They teach them how to be progressive activists, OL. And they’re doing a really good job of it.
Eight years of Trump's tax returns subpoenaed by Manhattan District Attorney Vance Jr. Vance should be in prison for his many abuses of power. I'd love to see the DoJ take a hard look at him, except apparently "that's not who we are."
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
I never cared for him in the first place, Porch, so I couldn't really say. Although, if you're a Star Wars fan, this is hilarious: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xk9pP9-_1NA A Ken Burns-style "documentary" about the Battle of Hoth.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
Jeffrey Epstein's victims will not get cash damages from federal government over controversial deal What a shock. Government employees make negligent (at best) or knowingly irresponsible and dangerous (far more likely) decisions, and the citizens who actually suffer the harm are given no recourse.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
But Vox is here I want that company bankrupted and every single employee eating out of MM's garbage cans.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
I didn't watch the NY Giants NFL game Sunday, thank god. I don't need the depression of that. James D, is clearly a lot smarter, or more realistic, about the Giants chances then I am. Outside of Saquon Barkley, the talent at nearly every position is below average, or worse. There's not a single player on defense who opposing teams need to fear, and probably only one or two who'd start on even a handful of other teams. Their receivers are terrible. Their best WR has a concussion. The guy they signed to replace Odell Beckham is suspended for two more games. Everyone else is a cast-off or practice squad guy. Eli Manning is about three years past Old Yeller time. The coach is terrible at calling plays, and apparently at keeping control of the locker room, if the stories in today's NY papers are any indication. His career record is 15 wins and 36 losses, which kind of speaks for itself. There's basically no reason for hope for this season, or for the forseeable future as long as the genuises who built this wretched roster are still in charge, which they probably will be for at least another year, and even when they are fired, it'll still be Mara Jr. in charge, and his track record on hiring good people is, well, nonexistent.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
I'm sorry, but if this is conclusively linked to Iran what we do about the attack should be proportional. No, it shouldn't. Proportional response and de-escalation is how you deal with a domestic problem. Brutal, disproportionate response that leaves the enemy's cities in ruins, their dead rotting out on the streets because there are too many of them to bury, and unable to hurt you or anyone else ever again is how you win wars and gain lasting peace. It worked against Germany and Japan, didn't it?
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
The No Fun League hasn’t figured out that replay is killing the sport. Their response to that Super Bowl nonsense should have been to publicly fire the officiating crew and leave it at that. But instead they’re now letting New York call penalties via TV, and watching their officiating get progressively worse. Pretty much every decision made by the NFL's leadership (such as it is) over the last, say, decade, has been bad, and has made the game worse, and damaged the league in the long run (even if the money is still flowing now).
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
I don't see how EU countries can look at the Aramco attack and think that comports with EU interests. They need Saudi oil, not us. The clowns who run the EU wouldn't know their own interests if they bit them in the ass.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
Fmr. Obama foreign policy pansy Ben Rhodes claiming Trump is too accommodating to the Saudis. I want that smarmy, lying son of a bitch tried for treason and hung. I think if I had to pick one person out of the whole Zero admin/Dem crime organization to punish, it might be him.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
hire an emotional support clown. I didn’t know that was a career option. But I guess it’s good that all the Dem candidates who drop out will have something to fall back on after campaign season.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
The democrats appear lost in a matriarchal vegan fantasyland. No energy, no meat, no boys, no rich people? That is very crazy. That's what you get when you stop teaching facts and history and basic values for a couple of generations - the prog voter base that demands all those things. And Dem leaders who think they will be able to deny energy, meat, any freedom of behavior or thought, to the rest of us, and we'll just sit here and put up with it forever, while they rule over us and enjoy all the things they say we can't have.
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on Ready For Some Football! at JustOneMinute
Any college football fans, you might want to tune into Turner Classic Movies in 10 minutes. They’re doing another night of college football movies, and they are introducing them from the College Football Hall of Fame.,
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on The Dem Debate at JustOneMinute
MM, Romney is on Romney’s side. We’re deplorable vermin who need to shut up and let him tell us what to do.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on The Dem Debate at JustOneMinute
KK @ 1:17 She may be an obnoxious jerk. But I would MUCH rather see the people who took the bribes (and the university and gov’t officials above them who knew about it and looked the other way for years) go to prison than the people who paid the bribes. And I think society would be a lot better off if we did that, too.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on The Dem Debate at JustOneMinute
MM, considering the appalling stuff the FBI does that we DO know about, the stuff that we don’t know about must be horrible beyond words.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on The Dem Debate at JustOneMinute
Any social taxes meant to force behavioral norms should be extinguished. Exactly. Government needs to butt out of about 95% of what it does.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on The Dem Debate at JustOneMinute
A federal appeals court in New York has reinstated an Emoluments Clause lawsuit against President Trump, finding that plaintiffs had standing to sue over his potential business entanglements. People who are in no way affected have standing to sue the President for something he isn't even doing, according to one Federal court. According to another Federal court, the family of Kate steinle doesn't have standing to sue the people who deliberately violated Federal law to let her killer go free and give him the opportunity to murder her. Do I have it about right?