Week-ends (03/18/2023)

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…


Ron DeSantis

Ambrose Younge

Liz Pinfield-Wells


Doug Emhoff

Julie Maslowsky

This week and every week, Joe Biden. And more.






Former President Donald Trump shared new reaction Saturday morning in reaction to reports that the Manhattan district attorney may formally indict the 45th president for alleged “hush money” payments made to Stormy Daniels back in 2016

“The government should not reward individuals who are not even looking for employment. We should encourage people to be working, not staying home!”
Wisconsin’s Glenn Grothman has signed onto a measure that would expand work requirements for low-income Americans to qualify for nutritional benefits.He told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel there are “jobs everywhere” now and that using the pandemic as an excuse for struggling to find work “doesn’t fly anymore. If you want to work your way out of poverty, you’ve got to begin to work somewhere,” Grothman said. “And I think there’s some people who can get in a rut and take advantage of the system and not work.”

“How do we take a city that is the center of the power of America and turn it into a city, when you enter it, everyone sees faith and sees God? Our challenge is not economics. Our challenge is not finance. Our challenge is faith. People have lost their faith.

“So here’s my question. Our home is New York City. When people walk into this city, when they get off the bus, when the asylum seekers come in, when they enter the city for the first time at JFK or Amtrak — do they feel God?

“Our babies are waking up every day in the morning, on their way to school, stopping into stores and bodegas and buying gummy bears and Skittles laced with cannabis and sitting inside the classroom. We are seeing the erosion of the foundation of our future.”
NYC Mayor Eric Adams

“We see a lot of stuff out there that the average person doesn’t see. It’s a difficult job. It’s increasingly getting harder by the fact that we’re not put in a position to do the job that we were trained to do. The Border Patrol is the only union in the history of unions that is actually asking for more work.

“Morale is significantly down. Our agents are frustrated that we’re babysitters. Roughly 30-40% of our agents actually get out into the field on any given day. “The real bad guys, the smugglers that are harming people that are bringing jobs into this country, or trafficking humans are getting away and that affects agents in their desire to do their job.”
Chris Cabrera, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council, testified before Congress

“When our [gender-confused] children tell us who they are, it is our job as grown-ups to listen and to believe them. That’s what it means to be a good parent.
Minnesota Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan

No it is not our job as grownups to simply believe whatever our children say. In fact our job very often is to do exactly the opposite.”
Matt Walsh responding to Flanagan

“I had no right to overturn the election and his reckless words endangered my family and everyone at the Capitol that day, and I know that history will hold Donald Trump accountable.”
Mike Pence

“Blacks now make up less than 6% of [San Francisco’s] population but an estimated 38% of its homeless people. If the do-gooders running the city want to actually do good, they’d clean up the city, make it safe, and free its residents of the draconian one-party tyranny that has plagued it for so long. … For several years now, San Francisco has only exported its residents. We’d say the pain is starting to open some minds except that enacting reparations will likely only accelerate that exodus.”
Nate Jackson

“Calling individuals ‘people of color’ is literally no different than saying ‘colored people,’ but they’ve trained you to be good little sheep who use the first term because they added a preposition to make it sound nicer.”
Joel Abbott

“As the Reason Foundation reported in 2020, ‘Inflation-adjusted K-12 education spending per student has increased by 280 percent since 1960.’ … But trust us: Our kids haven’t gotten 280% smarter since 1960. Indeed, now we’re learning that they’ve gotten demonstrably dumber. A new study suggests that, for the first time in nearly 100 years, the American people’s average IQ is declining, with the greatest difference in annual IQ scores being in the 18-22 age group. … Trillions of dollars have been pumped into our nation’s public schools and universities for decades, and this is what we’re getting. If ever a moment was ripe for a hostile conservative takeover of Big Education, this is it.”
Douglas Andrews

“Literally 100 million Americans are on TikTok an average of 90 minutes a day. That data is residing in China no matter what TikTok says, and the truth is TikTok can be used as a propaganda mechanism for the Communist Party of China. That I believe is a national security concern.”
Democrat Senate Intel Chairman Mark Warner

“The only way I know how to improve the president’s budget is with a shredder.”
Senator John Kennedy

“Social media companies are not biased against conservatives.”
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz LOL


Illegal immigrants flood into US from Canada as Biden’s border crisis deepens


Hate crimes rise under President Unity


Aaron Rodgers and the NY Jets


City of Newark, New Jersey admits it got scammed into becoming “sister cities” with a fake nation

Angry wife helps husband win lottery…twice

Week-ends (03/11/2023)

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…


Brandon Stolz from Kewaskum, WI

KJ Osborn


Jacqueline Ma

Sabina Covo

Lefties and their made-up holiday


“Congratulations to Tucker Carlson on one of the biggest ‘scoops’ as a reporter in U.S. history. The New Surveillance Footage of the January 6th Events sheds an entirely different light on what actually happened. The Unselect Committee was a giant SCAM, and has now unequivocally been stamped as CRIMINAL FABRICATORS OF THIS MOST IMPORTANT DAY.”
Donald Trump

“One false allegation is that our officers helped the rioters and acted as ‘tour guides.’ This is outrageous and false. This Department stands by the officers in the video that were shown. Those officers did their best to use de-escalation tactics to try to talk rioters into getting each other to leave the building.”
Capitol Police Chief Thomas Manger sent an internal memo to the law enforcement agency tasked with protecting the Capitol building and members of Congress in response to Fox News host Tucker Carlson airing previously unseen footage from the January 6 riot

“People disagree about Donald Trump. That’s putting it mildly, of course, but ever since he rode down that escalator in 2015, there have been Americans who hate him in their bones and other Americans who follow him with cult-like devotion. That colors everything anyone says about him for two reasons: First, your own opinion shades what you say. Second, everyone else’s opinion shades what you feel free to say. That may be even more true when it comes to the events of January 6.”
Nate Jackson

“I don’t think there’s anybody that’s serious, that’s actually considering running against Joe Biden, because he’s done such a great job.”
Illinois Governor JB Pritzker

“The Peter Principle suggests that Peter Buttigieg, at just 41 years of age, has already risen to his level of incompetence. It’s fair to say many national Democrats did not expect a rising star to peak so soon, and Buttigieg himself certainly did not. But moving up has its risks, and unfortunately for himself, and for the nation, Buttigieg has found a job he cannot do.”
Byron York

“What am I supposed to do? Ask every man, woman, kid who walks in to buy a juice to take their mask off?” the merchant said. “So, they take the mask off — then they rob me. How am I supposed to be safe? I have to make a living. What am I supposed to do, close up shop?”
A Brooklyn store owner, responding to NY Mayor Eric Adams wanting the Big Apple’s retailers to make customers remove their masks in a bid to stem the ongoing shoplifting epidemic

“California accounted for roughly five million of Biden’s margin of seven million votes nationwide. If Biden had lost, Democrats would have vigorously ramped up their assault on the Electoral College. Given that he won the Electoral College by about 43,000 votes in three states, they saved that one in their back pocket for the next repeat of 2016. Republican presidential candidates have lost seven of the last eight national popular votes, and Democrats seem to think that means they’re entitled to the White House. Yet that fact — remember California — is a great reminder of the brilliance of the Constitution’s Electoral College.”
Nate Jackson

The world’s most trusted evaluator of medical studies, the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, has just released as close to a conclusive report on the effectiveness of masks against respiratory viruses such as COVID-19 as we are likely to have for the foreseeable future. The report assessed data from 78 different studies, including 11 new randomized controlled trials involving 610,872 participants.

Cochrane concluded, in the words of one of the authors, Dr. Tom Jefferson of Oxford University, “There is just no evidence that they (masks) make any difference. Full stop.”

Among the reasons for that assessment was Cochrane’s conclusion that states and countries with mask mandates fared no better than states and countries without.

Moreover, Dr. Jefferson’s conclusions were not limited to cloth and surgical masks. Regarding N95 masks, Jefferson said the same thing: “Makes no difference — none of it.”
Columnist and talk show host Dennis Prager

So why, even despite the science, does the Left insist on wearing — and forcing others to wear — masks?

I will offer four reasons.

One reason is that the further Left one goes, the more fear governs an individual’s life.

The second reason is that leftists don’t ask the question, “At what price?” In fact, the moment one asks that question, one becomes a conservative.

A third reason is that leftists read, listen to, and watch left-wing media only. Thus, they were completely ignorant of all that we who opposed masks knew thanks to the fact that we also consume non-Left media.

A fourth reason is that controlling others’ lives is in the Left’s raison d’etre. Controlling others is what leftism is all about. That is why the Left seeks ever-expanding government. 
Columnist and talk show host Dennis Prager

“I’ve often said that I doubt all the doomsday predictions of global warming are accurate, but if they are, we are goners. Because nothing the Left is doing on climate change is making even the tiniest bit of difference… What it is doing is giving politicians and activists a chance to virtue-signal. Does it even matter to them that none of their schemes are working?”
—Stephen Moore

“Colleges distort and outright lie about who gets accepted, education quality and what it costs. If they were selling auto loans and used the same deceptive tactics, they’d be in jail.”
Betsy McCaughey

“It’s becoming more and more obvious that in order to get attention for the things we are facing, we need to start identifying ourselves as fully vaxxed and boosted transgender Ukrainians.”
Samantha Koch


Obscene drag act for babies


The cost of illegal immigration


Tucker Carlson hates Trump


Thank God Maine banned this license plate

Give someone the middle finger? Judge says it’s OK

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

Week-ends (02/25/23)

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…


Sister Jean

Peyton Hillis


These 5 Dems

Bernie Sanders

Peter Shafer

Ethan Hooper


“There is no transparency from the White House on what’s going on, if anything, to address this issue and his inability to do his job. (The)  written physical exam report released by Biden’s physician, Kevin O’Connor, further confirms that this administration is still adamant about concealing the truth.

“Nowhere in the report was there mention of Biden’s deteriorating mental health. This is alarming, considering I have already sent three letters to the White House demanding that Biden receive a cognitive test and that the results be made public, all of which have been ignored. Everyone can see something is wrong — the cover-up needs to end.”
Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX), who served as the physician to Presidents George W. Bush, Obama, and Donald Trump, said that Americans cannot be fooled and see that the President’s “mental health is in total decline.”

“[Tucker] Carlson has been granted access, by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, to all 41,000 hours of video footage of the ‘mostly peaceful’ January 6 riot at the Capitol — footage former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi kept under lock and key during the entirety of her rigged committee’s J6 investigation dog and pony show … The truth is, Nancy and company cherry-picked the footage and made their strongest, most damning prosecutorial case with it. Now the American people will have a two-years-overdue opportunity to see what really happened — not just what the Democrats want us to think happened.”
Douglas Andrews

“On #PresidentsDay, it is important to recall that at least twelve U.S. presidents enslaved Black people, eight while in office. Two-thirds of the first 18 presidents collectively enslaved nearly 2,000 Black people. We know what largely built this nation, and it wasn’t freedom.”
Ibram X. Kendi

“It’s also important to remember that many of them built the Constitutional system that allowed for future generations to abolish slavery, and the system that has allowed you to become extraordinarily wealthy and famous grifting about the evils of the country that has given you those things.”
Ben Shapiro

“Jobs were lost and livelihoods ruined because [Anthony] Fauci and the other tyrants in Joe Biden’s administration and elsewhere in corporate America decided that they knew better than you what to put in your body, and that natural immunity — which oh by the way works better — doesn’t count. The distrust alone sown by this tyranny will take perhaps generations to reverse. This free people in our constitutional Republic ought to have confidence that our government is at least being honest. We no longer believe it is, and that can have deadly consequences.”
Nate Jackson

“Some 40 years ago, a famous national study on the condition of America’s schools warned of a ‘crisis of mediocrity’ in education. Today, things have deteriorated so much that mediocrity would be an improvement and is considered ‘commendable.’ … A mind is a terrible thing to waste. And our public schools are wasting millions of minds week after week while they spend billions upon billions of dollars on Lord knows what. It’s time for bold new approaches.”
Stephen Moore

“There are no perfect humans. Every single one of us has done or will do something that will deeply offend someone else or not age well. This applies to historical figures as well as important thinkers and writers. Their ideas, stories, and legacies are not diminished because of an alleged ‘sin’ according to modern woke acolytes. The correct response is to take their good with the bad and critically think about their ideas in the context of their time. It is wrong to rewrite or diminish writers … because what they wrote might offend (or in all honestly might speak truth to) modern audiences.”
Emmy Griffin

“Sorry, I lost my train of thought.”

Pete Buttigieg


We’re paying for pensions in Ukraine


Janet Protasiewicz is the Most Dangerous Candidate to Ever Run for the Supreme Court

 A majority of Americans still don’t buy into the “woke” narrative that white people have a monopoly on racism


Russia’s one-year war in Ukraine


5th-grade student’s exam question has left adults stumped

Week-ends (02/18/23)

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…


Female Navy pilots

Raquel Welch

Nick Axten


We could post him every week…Joe Biden

Same for the VP


“I will tell you this: The president is the best communicator that we have in the White House.”
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre

“Seven days after Biden boasted that inflation, food, and gas prices are falling and that take-home pay is rising, new numbers arrive showing that inflation, food, and energy prices are jumping back up again, and real take-home pay is falling. … As I mention more and more frequently, this administration has many bad habits, but one of the worst is its inclination to spike the football in victory at any glimpse of good news, only to be quickly overtaken by bad news.”
Jim Geraghty

“No other country on Earth is ridiculous enough to permit different racial groups to perform their own national anthems before major events.”
Matt Walsh

“The Chinese spy balloon incident appears to have quickly evolved from embarrassing national security failure to national farce. We let a sophisticated Chinese surveillance balloon fly the length of the United States and now, in reaction to that embarrassment, are practically scrambling the jets every time a little girl lets go of her helium balloon at a birthday party. … The failure here is ours and ours alone. How can the most sophisticated society in human history lack the capacity to track a primitive aviation technology dating back to the 18th century?”
Rich Lowry

“The whole world saw a slow-moving balloon transiting Montana, Kansas, South Carolina — and the United States of America did nothing. … I can’t imagine that the risk of some falling debris over a place like Montana exceeded the risk of global shame.”
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo 

“The only thing that could have made it any worse is if Biden had allowed communist Chinese jets to escort the spy balloon!”
Gary Bauer

“To be fair, Biden is providing is powerful deterrence for any high school science clubs that might try to invade America….” Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)

“Today, we begin to collectively heal from the horrific events which transpired, tomorrow we work. … F*** your thoughts and prayers.”
Michigan State Rep. Ranjeev Puri vis-à-vis the Michigan State shooting

“Extremist group Family Heritage Alliance said this morning that the safest place for kids are in families that have a married mom and dad. What a dangerous and un-American belief.”
Rep. Erin Healy (D-SD)

“How do you bring together a country where millions believe liberty comes from God and millions don’t even believe in a god? How do you bring together a country where millions believe in the sanctity of life and millions believe an innocent baby is nothing more than an appendix to be disposed of at whim? How do you bring together a country where millions believe in biological reality and more and more openly deny it? … Don’t bother asking candidates what their plan is to bring us together. The left isn’t interested in finding common ground. It means to crush us! The question should be, ‘What is your plan to stop the left’s fundamental transformation of America?’”
Gary Bauer

“The bipartisan commitment to not touch Social Security … is really a commitment to slash benefits by 23 percent in just over a decade. Under existing rules, the only way to ward off those cuts will be to sharply increase payroll taxes, which already consume 15.3 percent of every worker’s pay. As with all pyramid scams, the momentum of paying benefits to earlier investors can be sustained only by taking in more and more money from those who come afterward. But since the availability of new investors is never infinite, that momentum can’t be maintained.”
—Jeff Jacoby

“Nikki Haley isn’t in her prime. Sorry … a woman is considered to be in her prime in her 20s and 30s and maybe 40s. … Don’t shoot the messenger. I’m just saying what the facts are. Google it.”
CNN’s Don Lemon

CNN’s chairman, Chris Licht, opened his daily 9 a.m. editorial call by saying that the remarks by Mr. Lemon, which were widely viewed as sexist and insensitive, had left him “disappointed.”

“His remarks were upsetting, unacceptable and unfair to his co-hosts, and ultimately a huge distraction to the great work of this organization,” Mr. Licht told his staff, according to a recording of the call obtained by The New York Times…

On Friday’s call, a far more contrite-sounding Mr. Lemon addressed the matter in a six-minute monologue to the CNN newsroom.

“I am sorry,” Mr. Lemon said. “I did not mean to hurt anyone. I did not mean to offend anyone.”
NY Times

“I think it unnecessarily politicizes a game that traditionally has brought Americans together and it represents a capitulation of the NFL to the most radical elements in our society. It is divisive and it has no place in sports. And when you think about sports and football in particular, that has been an area for blacks where you had a meritocracy, that black players have been pretty successful. And this is something that will drive away supporters and it does nothing to unite our nation.”
Dr. Carol Swain on playing the so-called Black National Anthem at NFL games


Young Americans Are Losing Their Minds. The Social Left Is to Blame.


The Biden border crisis is happening on the northern border, too


The Left gets bent out of shape over the “He Gets Us” Jesus ads at the Super Bowl


I saw this once on Matlock, but that was a TV show…

German ballet director suspended over feces attack on critic

Polish mother of 7 successfully gives birth to quintuplets

Week-ends (02/11/23)

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…



Lauren Carcamo

Patty Reitz


Joe Biden. Here’s why this week.

Alyssa Farah Griffin

Duval County, FL


“Milwaukee, our hearts are heavy. One of our finest, who put on that uniform, put on that badge, went into work last night and paid the ultimate sacrifice for protecting our community. Milwaukee, we need your prayers, we need your support. To the men and women of the Milwaukee Police Department, I see you. I am proud of you. The work you do does not go unnoticed. This is a time to lean in and do the work in our community. The violence needs to stop.”
Milwaukee Police Chief Jeffrey Norman after a Milwaukee police officer was shot and killed on the city’s south side early Tuesday while trying to apprehend a robbery suspect

“There’s no treatise, there’s no law review article. There’s not even an opinion piece in the newspaper. There’s no lecture or presentation of summary judgment decision, no motion to dismiss opinion, that describes what she means (by saying she’s conservative).”
Supreme Court conservative candidate Dan Kelly referring to rival conservative Jennifer Dorow

“What she’s really excited about is the overwhelming number of endorsements she’s received from law enforcement with over 150 sheriffs, police chiefs and prosecutors backing her campaign. Judge Dorow’s commitment to public safety and the rule of law sets her apart from all of the candidates in the race as law enforcement’s choice.”
Dorow campaign manager Amber Schroeder

Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., screamed, “liar” after President Biden claimed during his State of the Union address Tuesday that some Republicans aimed to cut Medicare and Social Security programs

“Here’s the real State of the Union. Over the past two years under Biden, millions and millions of illegal aliens from 160 different countries have stormed across our Southern border. Drug cartels are now raking in billions of dollars from smuggling poison to kill our people and to kill our children. Savage killers, rapists and violent criminals are being released from jail to continue their crime wave and under Biden the murder rate has reached the highest in the history of our country.

“Biden and the radical Democrats have wasted trillions of dollars and caused the worst inflation in half a century. Real wages are down 21 months in a row. Gas prices have soared and are now going up much higher than even before and the typical American family is paying $2,200 in increased energy and food costs each year.”
Donald Trump reacting to Biden’s State of the Union address

“[Doug] told us he wants to ‘start the journey towards America’s recovery.’ Doug, we’re with you. Fentanyl is killing more than 70,000 Americans a year.”
Biden was nearing the end of his remarks spotlighting White House guest Doug Griffin, who lost his daughter, Courtney, in 2014 to a fentanyl overdose

“It’s your fault.”
Congressman Andy Ogles (R-TN) was one of Republican lawmakers who heckled Biden at the State of the Union, claiming Biden is to blame for the massive spike in fentanyl overdoses and deaths due to his lax border policies 

“I’m a single-issue voter now: whatever the rest of your agenda, if you promise to abolish the State of the Union, I’m with you. Throw in a drink, and we’ll be friends for life.”
Charles C.W. Cooke

“If government was the solution to all our problems, why hasn’t it solved the problems Biden again mentioned — from poverty to crime? Why does nothing ever seem to get better, especially when Democrats are running the government?”
Cal Thomas

“Biden comes to life only when he smears his enemies while calling for ‘unity’ and ‘bipartisanship.’ Only then his voice rises, his brow furrows, and his face reddens.”
Victor Davis Hanson

“Beijing’s balloon was a giant middle finger from Xi Jinping to Joe Biden. Incredibly, Biden tried to take a bow Tuesday night after his performance last week. But if that’s what passes as strength, we may as well start learning Mandarin now.”
Gary Bauer

“The balloon should have been shot down before it crossed the continental United States, not after. We still don’t know what information was collected and where it was sent. This was a dereliction of Biden’s duty, and let’s hope the American people don’t pay a price.”
Senator Tim Scott

“How can Joe Biden even begin to talk about national security after he allowed a Chinese surveillance balloon to fly across our country for one week before taking action?”
Senator Marsha Blackburn

“Why the never-ending crisis? It’s all about the money. Biden doesn’t want to end the [COVID] emergency that he himself stated was over many months ago because it allows him to continue dishing out billions of dollars of health and welfare benefits to his voters — automatically and unilaterally.”
Stephen Moore

“The most striking thing about a Biden 2024 effort, if in fact there is one, is that it is a race few Americans want him to run. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll found that just 31% of Democrats want Biden to be the party’s nominee in 2024. Fifty-eight percent of Democrats want the party to find another candidate. … Democrats are led by a remarkably unpopular president who most Americans, even those in his own party, do not want to run for reelection. Don’t be fooled by Democratic elected officials’ enthusiasm for Biden at the State of the Union. In fact, the party has a serious Joe Biden problem.”
Byron York

“I’ll be the first to admit, President Biden and I don’t have a lot in common. I’m for freedom. He’s for government control. At 40, I’m the youngest governor in the country. At 80, he’s the oldest president in American history. I’m the first woman to lead my state. He’s the first man to surrender his presidency to a woke mob that can’t even tell you what a woman is. … The dividing line in America is no longer between right or left. The choice is between normal or crazy.”
Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders

“The Great Depression ended three years before Biden’s birth, but he’s trying to bring it back.”
Daniel Greenfield

“I implore the Vatican press office to emphatically clarify that Pope Francis rightly calls abortion murder. It is time to denounce Biden’s fake Catholicism.”
Roman Catholic Bishop Joseph Strickland after Biden implied that Pope Francis did not object to taxpayer-funded abortions

“I remember when Democrats maintained that abortion was a sad but sometimes necessary circumstance. Former President Bill Clinton sought to make abortion ‘safe, legal and rare.’ Now it’s celebrated; it’s a fashion statement; it’s jewelry. Legislation being passed in blue states is legalizing abortion throughout all nine months of pregnancy, and those calling to ‘codify’ Roe v. Wade want the same kind of law passed by Congress. Celebrating the destruction of our own children — including full-term, viable babies in utero — is not just ‘crazy’; it is evil. … Encouraging sexual promiscuity and gender confusion in minors, promoting the mutilation of healthy bodies, hiding classroom behavior from parents and deliberately driving a wedge between children and their families is not just ‘crazy’; it is evil.”
Laura Hollis

“Reparations are equitable only when they provide redress to victims who suffered unjustly. In 1988, for example, the US government paid reparations to more than 26,000 people of Japanese descent who were incarcerated in internment camps during World War II. In the 1970s, the federal government agreed to pay $10 million to the surviving patients of the notorious Tuskegee Syphilis Study, who were deliberately denied proper medical treatment by doctors working for the US Public Health Service. But there is nothing equitable about paying reparations in the 21st century for wrongs committed in the 18th and 19th centuries.”
Columnist Jeff Jacoby


Killing of Peter Jerving

ALSO: Mother of killer set up a GoFundMe page


Joe Biden and Social Security cuts


Those nasty Republicans were so mean at the SOTU


The world’s quietest room

World’s longest tongue comes in handy

Week-ends (02/04/23)

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…


Public address announcer in Wisconsin

Jeff Gray

Adolfo Molina


Joe Biden (What for this week?)

Smithsonian Museum

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) 

Iowa care home

William Carson


Hunter Biden’s lawyers confirmed what we all knew: the laptop was his. Democrats spent years pushing this as Russian disinformation.”
Senator Marsha Blackburn

“Taking away the uniform, a police officer is no different from a civilian. The actual difference lies in their mental state. Police have witnessed things that no sane person would ever want to experience or voluntarily choose to see. And they must continue to go out daily, knowing they will likely encounter similar situations. … It is well known that individuals who commit acts of violence, such as school shootings or mass killings, are not mentally sound. Unfortunately, the same applies to police officers who commit such heinous acts of violence. With the inordinate power they wield over civilians, we must hold them to a higher standard for their actions but treat their mental state like anyone else’s to ensure they don’t need to be held accountable for anything. This means ensuring they are in the right mind before being deployed in the field.”

Armstrong Williams

“The obsession with white supremacy is perverse and insulting on several levels. It implies that if urban neighborhoods are under-policed and dangerous, that is their natural state, whereas if they are robustly policed to try to make them safer — a worthy project that tends to be supported by people of all races — that is somehow an inherently ‘white’ initiative. It suggests that good African American, Hispanic and Asian cops are dupes, puppets on the string of nefarious white people using them to perpetuate white rule. And, finally, if taken seriously, it would vitiate the agency of the cops involved in the abuse of Tyre Nichols. How can they fully take the blame if an ineradicable, unavoidable force was ultimately responsible for their behavior? The explanation for what happened in Memphis is more straightforward than any of this. Police are given considerable authority, and human beings — of all races and creeds, in all times and places — have a natural tendency to abuse authority unless constrained by institutions, norms and accountability.”
Rich Lowry

“If we don’t stay under 1.5 degrees Celsius, we’re going to have a real problem. It’s the single most existential threat to humanity we’ve ever faced, including nuclear weapons.”
Joe Biden

“We hesitate to add to the ‘not in our backyard’ (literally) rhetoric, but we wanted to send a note before today’s meeting. Safety and privacy for us and our kids continues to be our top priority and one of the biggest reasons we chose Atherton as home.”
Joe Biden endorsing NBA superstar Stephen Curry, one of the top five highest-paid athletes in the world, objecting to “low income” housing near his $30 million home in Atherton, California

“More than half the women in my cabinet, more than half the people in my cabinet, more than half the women in my administration are women.”
Joe Biden

“Biden admin: ‘13 is too early’ for kids to be on social media. Also Biden admin: Sex changes and puberty blockers for 13-year-olds!”
Republican National Committee

“The latest example of the left’s obsession with abortion comes from Minnesota. Democrats in the state Senate there just jammed through a measure that is one of the most extreme in the nation. … Republicans in the Minnesota Senate offered 35 moderating amendments to this extreme bill, but they were all defeated by one vote, reflecting the 34 to 33 split in the chamber. One defeated amendment would have made it optional for a mother to ask for anesthesia for her late-term baby who could feel pain. It was voted down on a party-line vote. If you immersed a kitten in saline solution to burn its skin off, you’d rightly be sent to jail. But in Minnesota, who cares if the preborn baby is feeling intense pain! … In every state with large Democrat majorities, they are adopting the most extreme positions possible, positions mimicking communist China and North Korea.”
Gary Bauer

“[Ron DeSantis is] turning Florida into a right-wing paradise where the focus isn’t on healthcare or jobs or taxes or infrastructure … but rather on the right-wing culture wars. … It’s a right-wing fantasy land — like Disney World, but in hell. ‘Come to Florida, the meanest place on Earth.’”
MSNBC’s Joy Reid

“If I had a dollar for every time socialism worked, I would have $0. Coincidently, if it did work, I would also have $0.”
Former Congresswoman Mayra Flores


We can’t even shoot down a balloon?


Gallup: Americans Say Government is the Most Important Problem


Tom Brady retiring


Bizarre hole-in-one

Week-ends (01/28/23)

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…


Brock Purdy

Parents in Iowa

Rachel Jones

Minnesota snow sculpting team


The Milwaukee Bucks

Dems and gun control


“I have no intention of letting the Republicans wreck our economy.”
Joe Biden

“I think if you watch the news cycle, there’s a startling difference in the last week or two, particularly over the classified documents and perhaps over some of the corruption charges with Hunter Biden. They’ve been steadfast in ignoring this, you know, for years and really not reporting on it at all. If I had to guess … if we were in the boardroom of some of these left-wing media outlets, what we’d be hearing is, ‘it’s time to sort of ease him out,’ make sure that he knows that he can’t run again, in case he’s rumbling that he might run again.”
US Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky)

“The White House is caught in an ethical bind. On the one hand they claim classified documents found when an FBI warrant was executed at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort are scandalous, while simultaneously claiming that classified documents found at President Biden’s home and at in an old office suite are not a big deal because Biden instructed his lawyers to go get them and inform the National Archives. This is akin to admitting to doing something wrong before you have been discovered. If it is wrong in one instance to keep classified documents after leaving office, then why is it also not wrong in the other instance?”
Cal Thomas

If Joe Biden did absolutely nothing wrong, why does he have to read a prepared statement from his lawyers?

If Joe Biden did absolutely nothing wrong, why is he resistant to answering questions?

If Joe Biden did absolutely nothing wrong, why is his press secretary deflecting every benign innocuous question about the matter?

If Joe Biden did absolutely nothing wrong, why doesn’t he hold an open-ended press conference fielding every single question that any reporter might have about the matter?

If Joe Biden has the truth on his side, why should he be hesitant to answer every question any of us might have?
Washington DC talk show host Larry O’Connor

“Here’s my message to the leaker. Congratulations, butthead. You almost got a member of the United States Supreme Court killed and his family. What a narcissist. You obviously think your personal politics are more important than that, the sanctity of the United States Supreme Court. I don’t mean any disrespect to the chief justice. I was disappointed in his report. I think this is the chief justice’s way of saying we’re not going to find out who the leaker is. And if we do now, we’re not going to tell you. We will move on. I think that’s a mistake.”
Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy maligned the mysterious leaker of the draft court ruling in the Dobbs v. Jackson case that overturned the constitutional right to abortion. The Supreme Court announced after a months-long investigation that it had been unable to identify who leaked the draft opinion indicating that the justices would overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. The leak prompted outrage among pro-abortion groups and even led to an assassination attempt on Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

“The GOP’s renewed interest in limiting the size and scope of the federal government is both warranted and welcome: The $31 trillion national debt is an ugly 124 percent of Gross Domestic Product. Multitrillion-dollar deficits are expected for years to come. Debt of this size is a mark of national decline. It invites harmful tax increases on work, savings, and investment; requires high interest payments that crowd out spending on defense and erode U.S. primacy; and saddles future generations with burdensome obligations. It is a national security threat that deserves to be taken seriously.”
Matthew Continetti

“If autonomy justifies abortion, then it would also justify killing burdensome infants, toddlers, and teens. The reason autonomy fails to justify murdering offspring of any age is because parents have both a moral and legal obligation to self-sacrificially care for their children. Few things are more demanding on a woman’s body than a newborn. Infants require round-the-clock care and attention. Yet we rightly condemn new mothers who discard their babies in a dumpster. Why? Because the right of a precious baby to live supersedes his mother’s autonomy.”
Seth Dillon

“When sex is treated not as an act of lifelong love that can bring sacred new life into the world, but as self centered and trivial momentary pleasure, we create a culture that demands abortion.”
Lila Rose

“I visited the border earlier this month, the first time as president. I’ve been there before, but for the first time as president.”
Joe Biden

“The reality is that prior to his recent visit, Biden had never visited the border in his 50-year political career.”
Joel B. Pollak

“Washington, D.C.‘s law to allow illegal aliens to vote is so absurd it allows Russian embassy staff to vote in D.C. Yet another reason D.C. should never be a state.”
Senator Tom Cotton

“We are each endowed with the right to liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
Kamala Harris

“What happened to the first and foremost of those rights — the right without which the others are meaningless? What happened to the right to life?”
Douglas Andrews

“We now have incontrovertible evidence that after five years since they took effect, the Trump tax rate cuts of 2017 raised revenues over this time period. The latest Congressional Budget Office report released earlier this month calculated that the federal government collected $4.9 trillion of federal revenue last year. This was up — ready for this? — almost $1.5 trillion since 2017, the year before the tax cuts became law.

In other words, revenues were up 40% in five years. The evidence through the first three years of the tax cut finds that the share of taxes paid by the wealthiest 1% rose as well. So much for this being a tax giveaway for the rich.”
Stephen Moore is a senior fellow at Freedom Works and a co-founder of the Committee to Unleash Prosperity

“Gender ideology is one of the direst cultural threats Western society faces. Not only are the bodies and minds of precious people—particularly children—at risk, but if all that matters ultimately are feelings, if we cast objective truth aside to accommodate deeply held personal desires, then the stability of civilization itself is at material risk.”
Award-winning author Wesley J. Smith

“There are two ways that federal spending can be financed. Taxes or debt. Politicians don’t like taxation because they have to be honest with citizens that they are taking their money. Borrowing achieves the same end without asking. … Instead of paying our bills honestly through taxes, we bear the burden of debt through inflation and slow growth.”
Star Parker

“I represent Hunter Biden because I feel that not only his art merits my representation, but because his personal narrative, which gives birth to his art, is very much needed in the world. … Hunter Biden will become one of the most consequential artists in this century because the world needs his art now more than ever.”
Georges Bergès


Memphis police beating stuns nation


Border patrol agents at work

National School Choice Week


The death of Tyre Nichols in Memphis is racist


The upside down pineapple tattoo

Week-ends (01/21/23)

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…


Dr. Kwane Stewart

Jay Withey


Janet Protasiewicz

Teacher sex crimes

Schools acting in the name of equity


“Do I still think I can play? Of course. Can I play at a high level? Yeah. The highest. I think I can win MVP again in the right situation. Right situation, is that Green Bay or is that somewhere else? I’m not sure. But I don’t think you should shut down any opportunity. But like I said during the season, it’s got to be both sides actually wanting to work together moving forward.”
Packer QB Aaron Rodgers

“We’re fully cooperating, looking forward to getting this resolved quickly. I think you’re going to find there’s nothing there,” he added in a wishful-sounding way. I have no regrets. I’m following what the lawyers have told me they want me to do, it’s exactly what we’re doing, there’s no there, there.”
Joe Biden on the classified documents controversy

“T]his stuff showing up — and this is the other side of my brain, this is not a Republican thing all of a sudden. It’s almost like he’s (Biden) being set up by his own people. They waited until after the election. They waited until after the Democrats lost a majority for this stuff to start leaking out. They knew it was there back in early November. Why didn’t they do it then when they had full control? All three houses could say it’s no big deal, whitewash and let’s move on. They didn’t.”
Rep. Jerry Carl (R-AL)

“Biden is the most destructive president in American history. More things have broken under his watch than under any other president.

“Our country is being invaded. The world is on the brink of nuclear war. American cities have become slums. Our economy is in shambles. Even our airplanes no longer take off on time. It’s a disaster and Joe Biden and his staff have a hand in all of it. In a country with a functioning government, Joe Biden would have been impeached before the first million illegal aliens crossed over our southern border, but no one did anything to stop it. So now they’re arriving at the rate of a quarter-million a month.”
Tucker Carlson

My sister-in-law, a nurse on Cape Cod, wants to visit New York City and is struggling to find an affordable hotel. If she were a Venezuelan migrant who had just arrived in the Big Apple on a bus from the southern border, she’d have a shot at a room at the four-star Row hotel, steps from Times Square. Or a room at a SpringHill Suites by Marriott, a Holiday Inn Express or a Comfort Inn. Free of charge.

Welcome to Hotel America! Newly arriving migrants are also getting three meals a day courtesy of room service, snacks at any time, and at some of the hotels, computer facilities and playrooms for the kids. All courtesy of local taxpayers.

Hotel America must be replaced with commonsense, bare-bones accommodations. A roof over their heads. Anything more will lure migrants with crazy expectations and make the crisis worse.
Betsy McCaughey is a former lieutenant governor of New York and chairman of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths

“Biden finished 2022 and spent the first week of 2023 on offense. Now he’s on defense once more. He doesn’t like the feeling. But he better get used to it.”
Matthew Continetti

“The sooner the DOJ can clear President Biden of any criminal wrongdoing, the sooner they can focus on saving the Rule of Law and our Democracy by Indicting Trump. We’re way past that time.”
Filmmaker Rob Reiner

“In 2020, 39.2% of abortions were on Black women, who represent just 14% of the childbearing population. The data also shows that 86% of abortions are done on unmarried women, which points to the critical link between this destructive behavior and the collapse of marriage and family, the pillars of a healthy society. I believe that all the many problems that our nation faces begin with absence of awe for the miracle of life. The other side of the coin of the right to life is the responsibility to protect life and responsibility in the behavior that creates life. Reverence is the beginning of responsibility, and responsibility is the beginning point for what freedom is all about.”
Star Parker

“This week, the San Francisco African American Reparations Advisory Committee released a report calling on the city to pay every black resident $5 million and absolve all of their outstanding personal debt. … This is bad ethics, and it is bad social science. It’s bad ethics because the innocent should not be forced to pay people against whom they have not sinned, and because the connection between continued suffering and past discrimination must be measured and clarified rather than merely assumed. It’s bad social science because it ignores the role of individual decision-making in persistent intergenerational inequality, despite the massive intervention of state, local and federal government.”
Ben Shapiro

“Lots of environmental groups now want to ban plastic. That’s just silly. Plastic is useful. Using it often creates fewer emissions than its alternatives. Plastic bags create fewer than paper bags. A metal straw has to be used 150 times before it creates less pollution than a plastic straw. Environmental groups rarely mention that, or how they misled us about recycling year after year.”
John Stossel

“Anybody who tells you the Dems would never do something as petty and pointless as banning gas stoves has never drank out of a paper straw.”
Jimmy Failla


Teacher sex crimes


March for Life


Backlash against anti-abortion laws


Hong Kong pet rabbits enjoy bunny resort while owners away

Week-ends (01/14/23)

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…


The Damar Hamlin toy drive

Four brothers


National Parks Service

POLITICO reporter

Scientific American

Maegan Hall 


“Biden can’t win. Republicans are mad at him because he left classified documents in the garage next to his car. And Democrats are mad because it was a gas powered car.”
Jimmy Failla

“I’ve never seen a luckier person than Donald Trump. Just as we’re this close to getting him, somehow these documents appear.” “The View” co-host Joy Behar

“We don’t need 87,000 new IRS agents to monitor your money transactions. We need 87,000 new Border Patrol Agents to secure our borders.”
Former Congresswoman Mayra Flores

“Biden’s attempt to show he is doing something about [illegal immigration] reminds me of the idiom ‘closing the barn door after the horse has left.’ It’s too little, too late. … The great frustration for many is that the solution is simple, but not applied — finish the wall, deport those here illegally and charge those who have committed crimes while here and either deport or incarcerate them. Problem solved, but when politicians who have other agendas in mind are in charge, the problems are rarely solved and usually get worse. Even partially closing the ‘barn door’ now won’t help.”
Cal Thomas

“When Biden wanted to score political points during the House speakership debate, he scheduled a trip to Kentucky with Senator Mitch McConnell, pretending to show how bipartisan he is. But when Biden went to the southern border, he didn’t ask Texas Senator Ted Cruz or Attorney General Ken Paxton to be there with him. That would have risked a serious debate in public.”
Gary Bauer

“Do you think the president, more than 40 years of being elected, why do you think he finally went to the border? Because we were sworn in. He knows what’s coming. You’ve got to secure your border, and we’re going to use every power we have to make sure we protect this country and look out for the American taxpayer.”
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on the reason why President Biden finally went to the border

“President Biden, you are the first president of the United States in a very long time that has not built – not even one meter of wall. e thank you for that, sir, although some might not like it – although the conservatives don’t like it.”
Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador

“Here’s the key difference between Republicans and Democrats on the border. With unprecedented numbers of illegal border crossers entering the United States, Republicans want policies that will stop, or at least dramatically reduce, the flow. Democrats want policies that will accommodate the flow.”
Byron York

“Mayor Pete as Transportation Secretary has now presided over a supply chain crisis, a railroad strike crisis, a holiday travel crisis, and a day when every plane in America was grounded. But at least our transportation systems are the most diverse in the world.”
Michael Seifert

“You’ve got to hold government accountable. Think of this. For the whole time Democrats have been in power, all they’ve done is increased spending. Why don’t we have a check and balance? Think of this. When the Republicans were in power last time for eight years, do you know how much discretionary spending increased in those years? Zero. They were in power for four years. They increased it by 30 percent. They went from spending $4 trillion to $7 trillion. We don’t have that type of money. They’ve created inflation. So we’ve got to get our country under control financially.”
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.

“The case for term limits is straightforward: Men and women cannot be trusted for too long with too much power. That is why presidents may be elected to a maximum of two terms, why the governors of 36 states are term-limited, why 15 states impose term limits on legislators, and why nine of the 10 largest cities, including New York and Los Angeles, apply term limits to their mayors and (in most cases) city councilors. Power not only tends to corrupt, it tends to do so fairly quickly. Term limits are a check on that corruption. … Addiction to incumbency has greatly harmed American politics. The cure for that addiction is a constitutional amendment limiting the terms of senators and representatives.”
Jeff Jacoby

“While Black men are severely underrepresented in positions of power across football organizations, such as coaching and management, they are overrepresented on the gridiron. Non-white players account for 70 percent of the NFL; nearly half of all Division I college football players are Black. Further, through a process called racial stacking, coaches racially segregate athletes by playing position. These demographic discrepancies place Black athletes at a higher risk during play.”
Duke University professor Tracie Canada

“At some point the carrousel comes to a stop and it’s time to get off. I think you kind of know when that is. That’s what needs to be contemplated. Is it time? Also, what’s the organization doing? That’s part of it as well, but the competitive fire is always going to be there. I don’t think that’s ever going away. Sometimes it gets transferred to other things that might not ever fill that large void. But I feel good about what I’ve accomplished in this league. I wouldn’t have any regrets walking away, but I have to see how it feels like once I get away from this.”
Packer QB Aaron Rogers after Green Bay lost to Detroit last Sunday at Lambeau Field 20-16. The loss in the final game of the regular season prevented the Packers from advancing to the playoffs.

“Harry and Meghan sure do an awful lot of TV shows, interviews and books for two people who claim they want to be left alone and just treated like normal people.”
Clay Travis

“How can eggs cost more than the whole chicken?”
Michael Harriot

“I think of this moment as a moment that is about great momentum. Inspired by, yes, optimism, inspired by a crisis no doubt, but inspired by also our collective ability to see what can be unburdened by what has been. And that’s critically important.”
Kamala Harris




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