by Burt Prelutsky
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In the wake of the Parkland killings, young David Hogg has achieved a level of fame and acclaim that is generally reserved for people who have actually accomplished something. The last time I heard the lad speak, he was dropping more f-bombs than one would normally expect from someone the left-wing media has proclaimed the greatest orator since Abe Lincoln held the stage at Gettysburg.

Perhaps I’m not being fair to the arrogant young twit, but I keep wondering if down deep he doesn’t believe that 17 deaths were a relatively small price to pay for the jump-start the tragedy has provided to his political career.

As heart-breaking as school shootings are, they are infrequent and, if gun confiscation wasn’t a major plank in the Democrats’ platform, they would not receive the national attention they invariably receive.

What’s more, if Hogg was seriously seeking an issue to run on, it should be teenage suicides. In 2017, 5,079 teenagers killed themselves, making it the second leading cause of death for those between the age of 15 and 24. In other words, 14 youngsters murder themselves every single day. Coincidentally, 14 is the exact same number of youngsters who were killed by Nikolas Cruz.

And yet, nobody is marching or lecturing in response to this American tragedy. I suppose that’s because our leaders, Chuck clown-Schumer, Nancy Pulosi, scum-Dick Durbin and David Hogg, can’t discover a way to blame it on the NRA or Donald Trump.

⦿  At Hampshire College, as reported by the College Fix, just hours before Antonia Okafor, a black woman, was scheduled to give a talk in defense of the Second Amendment, the school’s administrators pulled the plug because the pinheads deemed it would be too controversial. So, it would appear that at Hampshire, the First Amendment is as unpopular with the powers that be as the Second.

Lest you think this is a one-off, in 2016, Hampshire lowered the American flag to half-mast in response to Donald Trump’s defeating liar-Hillary Clinton.

And with the sort of pusillanimous language we have all come to associate with college administrators, the president of the college explained the flag was lowered “solely to facilitate much-needed dialogue on our campus about how to dismantle the bigotry that is prevalent in our society.”

⦿  But the pigheadedness isn’t limited to colleges and universities. Julianne Benzel, a history teacher at the Rocklin (CA) high school, was suspended because in the wake of the nation-wide marches in opposition to the Second Amendment, she asked her class what they thought would happen if she proposed they attend a Pro-Life march. For simply posing a hypothetical question, she got her walking papers.

One can only assume that if he were alive today, Socrates and his Socratic method would be less welcome on school campuses than a Marine recruiter.

⦿  One of my subscribers let me know that although he is not a Catholic, he used to admire their insistence on sticking to their convictions. “That is no longer the case. They have forgotten that their mission is supposed to be saving souls, not engaging in social engineering.”

I let him know that I had gone through a similar transition, but not in regard to the Church. It’s how I’ve felt about the U.S. military ever since they decided that winning wars was less important than making the service more welcoming to women, homosexuals and transgenders.

It makes me wonder if it’s only those with flat feet who can no longer pass muster.

⦿  After mentioning that I was basically unable to get an agent or a TV writing assignment after I turned 50, a subscriber wondered why those doing the hiring cared how old I was and wondered if it was ageism that had led to the decline of TV content.

“The problem,” I explained, “was that the sponsors wanted to attract young viewers, assuming that if they bought their products in their teens and their twenties, they’d be customers for life. Yes, I know it’s stupid, but nobody has ever made a case for sponsors being particularly bright.

“But in order to satisfy the sponsors, the networks decided the answer was to hire younger and younger executives, assuming they’d know what the young folks wanted to watch since they belonged to the targeted demographic group. Those people, in turn, didn’t want to meet with writers who reminded them of their parents or, worse yet, their grandparents.”

I recall advising older people at the time that if they wanted to influence TV programming, they would have to start purchasing beer. They didn’t have to drink the stuff, but they did have to start buying a lot more of it.

⦿  As if Angela Merkel hasn’t done enough to turn Germany into a sewer, thanks to her open-door policy when it comes to Muslims, she is now the reason that tuberculosis has been reintroduced to the country. An asylum seeker from Yemen is suspected of having spread a highly contagious strain to children as young as three at a daycare facility in a church where he had been granted sanctuary.

⦿  As you may have heard, by hanging tough, it appears that President Trump has made China back off its threat of a trade war. China, I understand, has agreed to purchase a great many more semiconductors and other made-in-America products in order to help reduce its $375 billion trade surplus.

America has grown so accustomed to having our presidents cave to the likes of China, North Korea and Iran, or spending most of their time sweet-talking Islamists, that they no longer recognize what an American patriot in the Oval Office even looks like.

⦿  I am looking forward to seeing “Chappaquiddick,” which apparently tells the unvarnished truth about the way that Ted Kennedy escaped justice when he got drunk, ran off the road and left 28-year-old Mary Jo Kopechne to drown in his car.

The incident served to keep Kennedy out of the White House but didn’t prevent his becoming the most influential member of the Senate, any more than holding high office in the Ku Klux Klan prevented the Democrats from making Robert Byrd the Speaker of the House. I suppose they felt his years in the Klan provided him with that all-important executive experience.

Although I had never heard about it, one of my readers claims that at the first session of Congress after Ted Kennedy was caught, on camera, having sex with one of his aides on the deck of his yacht, House Speaker Sam Rayburn of Texas remarked: “Ah see that the good Senatuh from the great state of Massachusetts has changed his position when it comes to off-shore drillin’.”

⦿  Speaking of Texans, Ralph Barnett insists that one of them was on a business trip to New York, when he was having a drink in the hotel bar with a few associates and got a call. When he got off the phone, he was grinning ear to ear. After announcing that his wife had just given birth to a typical Texas 25-pound baby boy, he treated the crowd to a round of drinks.

Nobody could believe that his wife had delivered such a large baby, but he assured them that in Texas that was just about average.

A month later, business brought him back to New York. When he entered the bar, the bartender recognized him. When the Texan sat down, the bartender explained that the regulars had all been trying to guess how big the baby would be by this time.

The Texan said: “Roy Junior weighs 17 pounds.”

The bartender cocked a puzzled eyebrow in his direction and said: “Hold on there. How could he weigh 25 pounds at birth and only 17 pounds a month later?”

“Easy,” the proud father explained. “We had him circumcised.”
If you want to Comment directly to Burt Prelutsky, please mention my name Rudy. burtprelutsky@icloud.com 

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Good one...but I am asking where is his parents?

Lack of opportunity for employment after turning 50... may have more to do with purging conservative ideology than recruiting those more a tune to the younger generation.  Instead of the establishment elite calling the culling a purge, they have chosen to avoid the stigma attached to that term. The left has now coined the term downsizing or updating.  However, the vernacular used doesn't help those purged to find new jobs or the economy from reeling as it recovers from the effects of a new learning curve... and the loss of stability... associated with purges.

Germany isn't the only modern industrialized nation to experience a resurgence of Tuberculosis... as other, once defeated diseases, are remerging to plague their populations. America is experiencing compromised public health issues, as it rushes to embrace Europe's open border policy and the worlds unwashed.  There is now a  full spectrum of like-minded fools running our immigration policy.  Angela Merkel isn't alone in her efforts to eliminate white privilege, by embracing a newfound appreciation for the third world, its diseases, and disparaging cultural issues, the white race's days may be numbered.  Merkel and her ilk are opening whole new pathways to end white privilege ... and the white race with them.

At least us old curmudgeons won't have to worry about finding work... in the new world order. If TB doesn't get us, and white privilege doesn't end our days, we will likely fall victims to one purge or another.  Welcome to the new world order and the reformed GOP... take a seat, in the reserved section, at the rear of the Bus...

The problem is not David Hogg, the problem is a pharmaceutical freak went into a school and they video taped the shooting. This made news, and the kids are right, there must be more security for schools, as for the gun control politics, its going no where.

David Hogg: https://www.google.com/search?q=David+Hogg+&ie=utf-8&oe=utf...


Thats correct we do need more security in our schools. but the liberal dems will continue to fight against it.




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 Kavanaugh Accuser Donated   To Hillary Clinton  10 Times,  60+ Liberal Groups 

Reportedly attempted to conceal political activity by scrubbing social media accounts

Over the weekend, a name and face were added to the previously anonymous sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, which is now threatening to derail his nomination. Those looking to obstruct Kavanaugh’s confirmation certainly saved their best for last, as the prior attempts included pathetic stunts such as:

– Claiming to file perjury charges against Kavanaugh, which only Jeff Sessions would have the ability to file.

– Packing the hearings with hysterical protesters, resulting in hundreds of arrests.

– Threatening female Republicans with extortion.

– Cory Booker comparing himself to Spartacus, the escaped slave who led a revolt against the Romans.

The identity of the accuser was revealed as Christine Blasey Ford, who has agreed testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Ford reportedly made the allegations back in July in a letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein, and Feinstein waited until it was close to the vote to confirm Kavanaugh before making the accusations public.

There’s a record of Ford making the accusation in a 2012 therapy session, though Kavanaugh isn’t named in the session notes that Ford gave to the press. Ford alleges that in the early 1980s, Kavanaugh entered a room drunk, pinned her to a bed, and groped her over her clothing. Kavanaugh “categorically denied” the allegations.View image on Twitter

Fin Gomez @finnygo   NEW: Statement from Judge Brett Kavanaugh:

There is a slight discrepancy in the account Ford provided in her letter to Feinstein and in her therapist’s notes, but that could simply be due to an error on her therapists part.

There are however some other questions that need to be answered which call into question Ford’s motives.

As Grabien reported, they include:

1. Why Ford deleted her public social media accounts before revealing herself.

Ford deleted all of her public social media before she came forward, making it difficult to see the advocacy and partisanship she was engaged in the time leading up to her making her allegation public. Of course, Ford may simply value her privacy, but the act of deleting her public postings will inevitably make some wonder what she didn’t want seen.

2. That Ford may have an unrelated grudge against Kavanaugh, as his mother, once a circuit court judge, ruled against Ford’s parents.

In August 1996, Christine Blasey Ford’s parents, Paula and Ralph Blasey, were foreclosed upon. Kavanaugh’s mom, Martha, was then serving as a judge on the Montgomery Country Circuit Court, and she ruled against Christine Ford’s parents.

3. That Ford is a Democrat who donates to left-wing causes, attended the anti-Trump March for Science, and previously signed an open letter challenging Trump’s border policy.

Ford is a political activist who has made dozens of donations to left-wing causes. According to OpenSecrets, she has made more than 60 donations to liberal causes, with almost four dozen to the pro-abortion group, Emily’s List, alone. Ford also donated to the DNC, Hillary Clinton (more than 10 times), Bernie Sanders, and the progressive organizing group ActBlue.

Ford likewise attended the anti-Trump March for Science, where she wore a hat knitted like a human brain, but inspired by the feminist “pussy hats” worn at the Women’s Marches. Ford also added her name to an open letter from health professionals who argued the U.S. border policy resulting in temporary separation of some families was harmful to children’s development.

There’s no statute of limitations on sexual assault in Maryland, where she claims that the assault happened. Rather than go to the police, Ford went to Dianne Feinstein. If her accusations are true, she should immediately file a police report against Kavanaugh and take him to trial. If she doesn’t, perhaps that’s because she knows the consequences of filing a false police report.

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