Emboldened by being elected to an unprecedented fourth consecutive two-year term as Republican National Committee chair, Ronna Romney McDaniel has begun issuing edicts. She will have her hands full trying to enforce a loyalty pledge from 2024 presidential candidates to support the nominee in order for them to participate in debates.
Ronna McDaniel now requires a “pledge” Republican presidential candidates must sign in order to authenticate their candidacy and remain within Ronna’s parameters. She forgets she is the titular head of the party, and individual candidates, their strategists and coordinators determine the paths of their campaigns and political strategy.
McDaniel presumes every Republican candidate will be all too happy to discard their values and sing the kumbaya anthem.
Lemon: “Nikki Haley isn’t in her prime. Sorry, when a woman is considered to be in her prime is in her 20s, and 30s, and maybe 40s”
Don Lemon’s recent sexist remarks about announced GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley, 51, who served as ambassador to the UN under President Trump, have had consequences. Lemon, a CNN morning show co-host, was absent from his regular show slot on Friday after making the absurd comment on Thursday. Videos emerged showing him and his male “fiancé” cavorting in Miami Beach, leading viewers to conclude he was taking a scheduled break from the grueling job of insulting accomplished women.
Not only was Lemon a no-show on Friday, he will also be removed from the show on Monday. The incrementalism appears to be death by a thousand cuts. Best bets are despite his prolific apologies, calling his words, “inartful and irrelevant,” Lemon, who will be 57 within weeks, is cooked…without the salmon, butter and an accompanying sprig of tarragon. He’s been on the show for less than six months.
Unfit for the job…credentials include having worked for Obama, and being a black, married lesbian
The scandal surrounding the ever-increasing loads of classified documents found at Joe Biden‘s home, garage and Penn-Biden Center office, continues to grow. Americans appropriately expecting to get official updates on the debacle are thwarted as spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre remains as stoic as a totem, not only claming up, but refusing to take questions about what has become more than an embarrassment. She is known to let an entire press conference lapse without once calling on Fox News’ Peter Doocy. This is her well rehearsed, absurd denial:
KJ-P: “I’m going to have to refer you to the department of justice for that.”
“I’m just going to respect the process.”
KJ-P: “Again I would refer you to the department of justice …next.”
The concerns that the Penn-Biden Center is the recipient of large sums of money from China are detailed in this letter from U.S. Rep. James Comer, (R-KY), chairman of the Congressional Committee on Oversight and Accountability. It is addressed to Ms. Mary Elizabeth Magill, President of the University of Pennsylvania. The congressman minces no words in his search for the truth. He previously wrote this op-ed, “Get Ready for Republican Oversight,” printed in the Wall Street Journal, detailing the need for accountability by the democrats.
Dems all agree: The decision should be made between “the woman and her doctor.” Arizona’s far left Gov. Katie Hobbs (then a candidate) and radical Sen. Mark Kelly both appear in this video, mouthing the same words, that have been hard-wired into democrat‘s heads.
Mega donors buy influence with money Arizonans paid for their goods and services
After vowing a commitment to bipartisanship, progress and accountability in her inauguration speech, Arizona’s democrat Gov. Katie Hobbs has worked mightily to conceal the amounts contributed by high dollar donors who funded her inaugural events, including the Jan. 7, 2023 ball held at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale. Ultimately, the sponsors, listed here — minus contribution amounts — include all of us, since utility companies, banks, health care providers, food distributors, PepsiCo, the Phoenix Suns, AT&T, CVS drug stores, others listed only by initials, unions and, of course, Cindy Hensley McCain’s Anheuser-Busch beer distributorship supported Hobbs. Additionally, ‘Everytown for Gun Safety,’ a firearm restrictionist organization founded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, ponied up funds for her political extravaganzas. It has been reported by several news organizations that the total amount Hobbs hauled in was nearly $1.5 million in donations from corporations and other special interests to cover the celebratory costs, although the events ultimately cost about $207,000.
Hold onto your hats, Arizona taxpayers. This formerly teetering on the edge of bankruptcy democrat governor, thinks you are her own personal golden egg laying geese. Watch as the spending spree begins. Be sure to thank the democrats you know who put this nightmare on the ninth floor of the AZ Capitol building.
When building from scratch or remodeling, one of the most important kitchen appliances is a high quality stove. Whether home chefs or professionals, many prefer gas cook tops and ovens, despite the fact prices are usually considerably higher, it’s a personal choice.
Or at least we thought so.
Who knew Joe Biden would be interested in our kitchen appliances? Not only does Biden plan to end purchases of gas-powered vehicles by 2035 in a move to lower emissions and promote electric cars, Biden’s US Consumer Product Safety Commission will move to eliminate gas stoves, claiming new research links them to childhood asthma (along with belly-button lint and toenail fungus?).
Within short order of assuming office, Biden nominated Rich Trumka Jr.— the son of Richard Trumka, (died August 2021) the longtime president of the nation’s largest labor union, the AFL-CIO, — to serve as the next commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, described as “an independent government organization” with wide-ranging authority over consumer goods.
Knowing where his bread is buttered, Junior Trumka endorsed Biden in the 2020 election, bringing the union vote along with him, despite Biden killing countless good-paying jobs connected to the Keystone XL pipeline.
Shortly after his inauguration, Biden canceled the federal permit for the Keystone XL pipeline, a project that would have transported 830,000 barrels of oil per day from Canada to the Gulf Coast, estimated to cost thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic activity, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Dr. Fauci, 82, hasn’t seen a patient since he made rounds as a resident in medical school. He is the highest paid government employee, earning more than the U.S. President.
His wife, Christine Grady, was his boss at the National Institutes of Health…a very chummy relationship.
“While I am moving on from my current positions, I am not retiring,” Fauci said in a statement. “After more than 50 years of government service, I plan to pursue the next phase of my career while I still have so much energy and passion for my field.”
Joe Biden’s Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, who oversees Fauci’s department, said Fauci’s decision is one “we all knew would eventually come but hoped never would.” Many Americans disagree. U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, MD (R-KS) received Dr. Anthony Fauci’s unredacted FY2020 financial disclosures. The release followed a heated Senate exchange between Fauci and Sen. Marshall which concluded with Fauci calling the senator, who is also a physician, a “moron.”