Thursday musings

As I explained in a blog post a couple of days ago, the mainstream media have equated criticism of their #fakenews with censorship, even though no one is trying to shut them down. The Constitution says that Congress shall pass no laws which abridge a free press. (It does not grant them immunity from criticism, however.) But it also says Congress shall pass no law which prohibits the free exercise of religion. Yet Christians are censored all the time under the badly misinterpreted “separation of church and state.”

Whenever you see the mainstream press run a story on Trump supposedly lying or which suggests his administration is in chaos, know that this is #fakenews. Nearly 100% of the stories run by the mainstream press are fabricated in some way, so they are trying to project their pathological lying onto Trump and also trying to project their own chaos and inner turmoil onto Trump, whose team is running quite smoothly.

President Trump is mischarcterized as a misogynist by the left, but he is doing his best to protect American women from Muslim refugees, who are misogynist. The left opposes President Trump vehemently. The #fakenews media created a lot of political fodder from things Trump supposedly said about women (some of which was contrived), but will at the same time cover up the rape epidemic in Sweden, which is overrun with lawless Muslim refugees.

When you see the crimes and riots being perpetrated in places like Sweden and Paris, know that the Democrat Party wants to import that here. This is not an exaggeration. They know exactly what’s occurring in refugee-plagued Europe, even as they publicly deny it. They want that sort of lawlessness here partly so they can pin the blame on Trump, but also because they thrive on chaos. (Never let a crisis go to waste!)

Whatever a Democrat politician tells you, the opposite is more likely to be true. That’s why I troll Democrat politicians on Twitter from time-to-time. Sometimes I simply illustrate absurdity by being absurd, but other times I’ll take a tweet that is obviously a fabrication and rearrange the words so that their lie becomes truth.

College football season kicks off in a little over six months.

Regardless of your political leanings, if you have a 401(k) that is invested in the stock market, right now you are winning bigly.

If the weather remains springlike for much longer, I am afraid that I will be forced to break my ban on mowing before April 1 for a second year in a row. This is highly disturbing.

The last team to win back-to-back World Series championships was the New York Yankees from 1998-2000.

When I went to college on the G.I. Bill from 1991 to 1994, they gave me $400/month during the school year, or $3,600/year. Between that and working part-time, I graduated with exactly $1,000 of debt, which I quickly paid off. The new post-9/11 G.I. Bill — are you ready for this? — would pay 100% of my tuition at a state school, plus $500/semester for books and supplies, plus — now get this — $1,428/month in housing expenses for 9 months out of the year (if I were going to the University of Memphis). That’s $22,471 in total benefits per year for up to 4 years at UofM. Unbelievable.


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