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Poll. Joe Biden in the early stages of Dementia?

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Poll. Joe Biden in the early stages of Dementia? Zogby took a poll earlier and 55% thought Joe was in the early stages of dementia. What do you think? Please cast your vote.

It’s obvious to me that he does have some mental issues. If you don’t wish to vote, just make a comment.

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Poll. Should the Vandalizing of Statues on Government Property be a Felony?

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Poll. Should the Vandalizing of Statues on Government Property be a Felony? We are seeing it all across the country. Statues coming down or being vandalized. Well I for one am calling for a federal law on all government property. Be it local, state, or federal.

The time has come to stop blaming race. Race has nothing to do with this, so just stop using race as a crutch. Take responsibility for your wrong choices in life.

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Why didn’t the Obama- Biden administration rename the military bases or tear down the statues?

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Why didn’t the Obama-Biden administration rename the military bases or tear down the statues? President Obama was president for eight years. Where was he? Where was his Administration on this? How about sleepy Joe? Did he do anything?

The Obama-Biden administration rejected the idea of renaming military bases named for Confederate bases, noting that many of the names had been adopted as symbols of reconciliation between North and South after the brutal Civil War.

The Army’s top spokesman back in 2015. Who was President?

“Every Army installation is named for a soldier who holds a place in our military history,” Frost said. “Accordingly, these historic names represent individuals, not causes or ideologies. It should be noted that the naming occurred in the spirit of reconciliation, not division.”

 

President Obama chose Fort Bragg as the site for an address welcoming U.S. troops home from their mission in Iraq in 2011.

In the wake of the killing of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and nationwide protest and unrest, Democrats have pushed for the renaming of the bases, and some Republicans have indicated an openness to the idea.

So my dear friends, please remember that the Obama Administration did not move on the statues or the renaming of the military bases.

Source: LA Times

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Dan Abrams Defends Live PD in Heated Clash With CNN’s Brianna Keilar. And gives her a beat down.

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First and foremost, Abrams and Keilar will never be news folks on a real  news channel like OAN or FOX. Keilar defines the term Box of Rocks. Abrams is a company hack.

Dan Abrams Defends Live PD in Heated Clash With CNN’s Brianna Keilar. And gives her a beat down. “Live PD” host Dan Abrams had a fiery clash Thursday with CNN anchor Brianna Keilar over the show’s cancellation, with the anchor suggesting the program was nothing more than “entertainment.”

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Here’s a bit of the back and forth.

Abrams began by offering his frustration over the Live PD’s cancellation, saying “I thought there was a way to have a national discussion on this show about policing.” He also emphasized the “huge difference” between Live PD and the “crazy” highlight reels aired on shows like Cops.

When Keilar asked “why was the video in the Javier Ambler case destroyed,” Abrams explained that “the policy at Live PD had long been we keep tapes, we keep video for a few weeks and then we don’t retain it any longer.”

“Why? Because we feared that we were going to be used by law enforcement as a video repository. As a place to go and grab videos to prosecute citizens with,” he said. “We didn’t want to be that, so there was a policy in place as to how and when to get rid of videos so that we wouldn’t serve in that role.”

“The reverse is true here,” Keilar countered. “Destroying the video actually protected the police.” Abrams agreed that “it would have been better to be able to still have it,” but “the video was retained for three months per the request of Williamson County. They said they were investigating it. They asked Live PD to hold onto it while that happened. They did that and then informed Live PD the investigation was over. That was a year ago.”

What say you?

Source: Mediaite

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It’s the weekend, and I’m feeling big band tunes.

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It’s the weekend, and I’m feeling big band tunes. That’s right my friends, the big band songs. Sure it’s Thursday here, but some parts of the world are already doing the weekend.  We’re going back a few years, join us.

If you have the big band songs of today, play those also. Swing, Jazz, Miller, Goodman, Let’s hear them all.

Big bands started as accompaniment for dancing. In contrast to the typical jazz emphasis on improvisation, big bands relied on written compositions and arrangements. They gave a greater role to bandleaders, arrangers, and sections of instruments rather than soloists.

 

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What’s being left out in Georgia? Winning.

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What’s being left out in Georgia? Winning. For some reason the MSM is not really paying attention to what happened in Georgia. They even ignored the facts that the problems with the election was in the Democrat counties. We have this from our friends at American Thinker.

Trump has 140k more votes than Biden (~770k to ~560k) and more votes than all Democrat candidates combined. This is in spite of the fact that, with a statewide U.S. Senate primary (to challenge GOP Sen. David Perdue), Democrats had more to turn out for.

What’s more, Trump’s lead will probably grow as more votes are counted. Additionally, according to Newsweek, “The president also outperformed former President Barack Obama’s vote totals from the 2012 Georgia primary. Obama was running unopposed in the state and got 139,273 votes, over 500,000 fewer votes than Trump has received thus far.”

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Poll. Was the Buffalo Push or Fall Staged?

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Poll. Was the Buffalo Push or Fall Staged? Please take our poll. Also if you have time, watch the video.

New details are emerging in the story of Martin Gugino, suggesting he was an anarchist and a possible member of radical left-wing groups like Antifa. Even other protesters that day said they thought he was trying to provoke the police.

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New York Times editorial page editor resigns after uproar over Cotton op-ed. How crazy is that?

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New York Times editorial page editor resigns after uproar over Cotton op-ed. How crazy is that? Senator Cotton write an Op Ed piece. The Times owner and editor approve it. Then they go out and offend their decision. The snot nose kids at the Times get their undies stuck up the butt and cry. We have this from the WP.

The New York Times on Sunday announced the resignation of its editorial page editor James Bennet, who had held the position since May 2016, and the reassignment of deputy editorial page editor James Dao to the newsroom.

Dozens of Times staffers spoke out on Twitter on Wednesday evening to denounce their newspaper’s decision to run the essay shortly after it appeared online, calling it inflammatory and saying it contained assertions debunked as misinformation by the Times’s own reporting; several hundred later signed a letter objecting to it.

Bennet and the paper’s publisher initially defended the publication of the piece, arguing the benefits of an editorial page that includes diverse viewpoints. But by Thursday evening, a little more than 24 hours after it published, the Times abruptly said the op-ed was the result of a “rushed editorial process” and “did not meet our standards.” A lengthy editor’s note to the column was added.

 

So what the NY Times employees are saying is that they object to any point of view or opinion that they disagree with. Now you read stuff like this, and wonder why print media is dying? Why folks aren’t watching CNN and MSNBC?

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Source: WP

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How stupid is this? Los Angeles looks to cut $150M in police funding, invest in communities left behind.

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How stupid is this? Los Angeles looks to cut $150M in police funding, invest in communities left behind. So when you have protests like what we’re having now, what happens when you call for help and there is none?

Amid nationwide protests ignited by the police-involved killing of George Floyd early last week, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that up to $150 million will be cut from the L.A. Police Department as part of relocating some $250 million from the city’s budget to fund programs in communities of color.

 

Garcetti had originally planned a 7 percent spending increase for the LAPD for next year. He also announced a moratorium on adding people’s names to the CalGang database, which is a statewide system that identifies and tracks alleged gang members.

 

 

 

 

Source: NBC

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Brickyard 400 to run without fans.

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Brickyard 400 to run without fans.

The July 4 weekend races at Indianapolis Motor Speedway will be held without spectators. It marks the second holiday weekend at Indy affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Indianapolis 500, traditionally run on Memorial Day weekend, was moved to Aug. 23, when fans are expected to be in attendance. The Brickyard 400 is the marquee event of the weekend. This from Penske Entertainment.

 

“While we certainly worked diligently to run our events with spectators, we reached a point where we needed to make a final decision because the race weekend is less than a month away,” said Mark Miles, the president and CEO of Penske Entertainment Corp., in a news release issued Thursday. “Today it’s not possible to be confident that Indianapolis will be at Stage 5 of the state’s reopening plan by the Fourth of July weekend.”

Stage 5 of Indiana’s reopening plan begins July 4 in most counties and will allow for sporting events, with spectators, following social distancing.

Marion County, where Indianapolis is located, is running 10 days behind most counties in the state in the reopening plan, meaning there is no guarantee the track could have fans on July 4  weekend.

 

 

 

 

Source: CBS Sports

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