Thought for the day

"We're so self-important. So arrogant. Everybody's going to save something now. Save the trees, save the bees, save the whales, save the snails. And the supreme arrogance? Save the planet! Are these people kidding? Save the planet? We don't even know how to take care of ourselves; we haven't learned how to care for one another. We're gonna save the fuckin' planet? . . . And, by the way, there's nothing wrong with the planet in the first place. The planet is fine. The people are fucked! Compared with the people, the planet is doin' great. It's been here over four billion years . . . The planet isn't goin' anywhere, folks. We are! We're goin' away. Pack your shit, we're goin' away. And we won't leave much of a trace. Thank God for that. Nothing left. Maybe a little Styrofoam. The planet will be here, and we'll be gone. Another failed mutation; another closed-end biological mistake." -- George Carlin

Today, Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, Chairwoman of the Committee on the partisan Oversight and Reform, and Rep. Stephen F. Lynch, Chairman of the Subcommittee on National Security, sent letters to social media companies Meta, Twitter, TikTok, Truth Social, Rumble, Gettr, Telegram, and Gab, demanding information on how these companies are responding to a spike in online “threats” against law enforcement officers since the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) conducted a court-authorized raid at former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club last week.


White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain is putting the spin on the Biden administration's performance ahead of the November midterm elections in hopes of shoring up support for Democrats, who are in danger of losing control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate.

On February 27, 2022, President Trump said this about the Precinct Strategy:

"The Precinct Strategy, as explained by Dan Schultz at, is a great way to restore our Republic by transforming our Party from currently at less than half-strength at the precinct level into a full-strength Get Out The Vote powerhouse--as it should be.

"Make America Great Again!"


The FBI’s worst fears are coming true as President Donald Trump and his son, Eric, have vowed to release the security footage “at the right time.”

FBI agents demanded that security cameras be turned off during their raid at President Donald Trump’s private home at Mar-a-Lago. This never happened as the Mar-a-Lago staff refused to comply, according to Trump’s son Eric.

The Trump family watched as agents are seen behaving improperly and searching places they “shouldn’t have been.”

The raid by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on former President Donald Trump’s home has damaged the agency's standing with Republican and independent voters, according to a new poll, which found that a majority agree with the idea that it has become 'Biden's Gestapo.'

The search of Mar-a-Lago has emboldened Trump supporters and generated a wave of donations to the former president's political organizations.

An old court ruling in a case involving recorded audio tapes Bill Clinton had made stored for a time in his sock drawer could hit the FBI and the Department of Justice hard in the politicized agencies' attacks on President Trump, according to a new report.

I don’t agree with much of what Deep State swamp rat John Bolton says here, except that Merrick Garland is in way over his head. That part I do agree with, and I also agree that President Trump will win, in the end. But I have a feeling it’s going to be a long, exhausting road.  The Daily Caller reported that Attorney General Merrick Garland is a “lamb” about to be “slaughtered” by former President Donald Trump, former National Security Adviser John Bolton said Tuesday on CNN.

Sources believe that the FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home was specifically targeting the former President’s “private stash” of hidden documents, including documents he believed would “exonerate” him from claims of Russia collusion.

The revelations come from a report by Newsweek which cites two unnamed, high-level intelligence officials as sources.

Two Pennsylvania judges who orchestrated a scheme to send children to for-profit jails in exchange for kickbacks were ordered to pay more than $200m to hundreds who fell victim to their crimes.

US district judge Christopher Conner awarded $106m in compensatory damages and $100m in punitive damages to nearly 300 people in a long-running civil suit against the judges, writing the plaintiffs are “the tragic human casualties of a scandal of epic proportions”.