Week-ends (03/04/2023)

A look back at the people and events that made news the past week. Week-ends is a regular weekly feature of  This Just In…


Michael Felton


Kayzen Hunter


He’s eligible every week….POTUS. And if that’s not enough…

Debra Rosenquist

Students at Kenwood Elementary School in Ohio



“Now, listen to me carefully on this one. The truth is: I do not hate anyone. I do not hate anyone. I look for grace wherever I can find it. So, I say this gently: The Biden Administration sucks. You measure it any way you want: COVID, the economy, inflation, the national debt, the border, crime, cancel culture, treating parents like domestic terrorists, Afghanistan, our energy independence. Now lost. My God. President Biden has been spectacularly awful.

“If you put President Biden in charge of the Sahara Desert, he would run out of sand. If the aliens landed in Washington, D.C. tomorrow and said take me to your leader, it would be embarrassing.”
Republican Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday

“[Lori] Lightfoot was one of nine candidates running for mayor, and Chicago has spoken. Lori Lightfoot has gone out in the first round with 83% voting against her. The runoff election will be held in April and the candidates are Paul Vallas, who won 33.8% of the vote, and Brandon Johnson, who won 20.3% of the vote. Just remember, Lightfoot wasn’t ousted by a Republican but by a couple of fellow Democrats. The last time Chicago had a Republican mayor was 1931, and that doesn’t seem likely to change anytime soon.”
Emmy Griffin

“Fact is, everyone but Joe ‘Big Guy’ Biden knows the [COVID] virus was either an intentional or accidental release from a ChiCom lab. So why does Biden, other than his corrupt ties to the ChiComs, continue his ‘lying dog-faced pony soldier’ denials? The answer… For Biden to acknowledge that the virus originated in a ChiCom-controlled lab would lead to the next question — did the Chinese intentionally kill a million Americans and shut down the U.S. economy, or was that an ‘accident’? Either way, acknowledging the virus origin creates immediate and significant foreign policy challenges for Biden, and he and his inept administrators are not up to the task.”
Mark Alexander

“Missing sports games, going to the gym, getting haircuts, hanging out at restaurants — those were all [COVID] nuisances we all now realize were unnecessary. But that isn’t what is making people angry. … People are furious because they were compelled to stay home while their mom or dad died alone in the hospital.”
Peter Heck

“We have to be able to contrast between why we are a great country and why the Left wants us to talk about the grievance. The fact is that the Left is trying to sell a drug of victimhood and a narcotic of despair.”
Tim Scott

“Any journalist who has been in the business for more than two weeks should know that people you dislike and distrust are sometimes correct, but the intensity of the contempt for Trump was a permission slip to forget that.”
Rich Lowry

“The United States is a beacon of hope to millions, if not billions, across the world. However, the government of this great country has become unrecognizable, a monster with its tentacles wrapped up in global politics that often interfere with the lives of its citizens. So much deceit and obvious graft are present within the government that it is no surprise the average person’s confidence in the system is at rock bottom.”
Anthony Brian Logan

“Seventy-eight years ago … some 70,000 U.S. Marines were fighting and dying on a tiny Pacific island called Iwo Jima. Imagine the looks on their faces if they’d been told that they’d be storming those sulfurous black sand beaches with a handful of men who claimed to be women. Imagine the look on the face of flamethrower Woody Williams if you ordered him to take out a series of murderous concrete pillboxes while a man who claimed to be a woman provided covering fire. Imagine what hard-charging Sergeant Mike Strank might’ve said if you’d told him that he and the rest of the men who raised the flag on Mount Suribachi would have to allow a man who thinks he’s a woman into their midst to pose for a few photos — you know, for diversity’s sake. Just imagine. Because that’s the reality of today’s military.”
Douglas Andrews

“I disagree with Hillary [Clinton] that it takes a village to raise a child if that means we are able to farm out parental duties to the villagers. While neighbors and teachers and friends all play a role in forming a healthy and productive member of society, the first and most important people, the ones who are the alpha and the omega of all that amazing potential, are mom and dad.”
Christine Flowers

“As my buddy from Delaware can tell you, when you’re involved in the civil rights movement as a kid in high school — I used to go down to the black church. I’d go to 7:30 mass; I’m a practicing Catholic. Then I’d go to 10 o’clock. And then we’d sit and plan what we’re going to do, in terms of deseg- — you think I’m joking; I’m not.”
Joe Biden

“When I was at Walter Reed all that time, after a couple of craniotomies, I was lying there. And I had a nurse named Pearl Nelson, military. She’d come in and do things that I don’t think you learn … in nursing school. She’d whisper in my ear. I … couldn’t understand her, but she’d whisper, and she’d lean down. She’d actually breathe on me to make sure … there was a connection, a human connection. She even went home and brought back her pillow from her own bed because they … knew the one I had wasn’t comfortable.”
Joe Biden

“When we took prayers out of schools, guns came into schools. … Don’t tell me about no separation of church and state. State is the body. Church is the heart. You take the heart out of the body, the body dies.”
New York City Mayor Eric Adams

“In the 1989 classic ‘Batman,’ the Joker kills Bruce Wayne’s parents, shoots Bruce, kidnaps his girlfriend, terrorizes Gotham City, and shoots down the Batwing. Then, as Batman approaches to take him out in the climactic fight, the Joker puts on a pair of spectacles and says, ‘You wouldn’t hit a guy with glasses, huh, would ya?’ Today’s leftist jokers are no less out of touch with reality, turning the whole concept of victims and oppressors on its head. Yet they’ve played their hand so powerfully that conservatives are the ones fighting the uphill battle and looking like the bad guys while doing it.”
Nate Jackson


Liberal group running massive election bribery scheme in WI Supreme Court race


All 9 States With Lowest Unemployment Rates in 2022 Had Republican Governors; All 10 With Highest Had Democrats


Alex Murdaugh found guilty



I’m an 88-year-old widower — everyone wants a selfie with me

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