Smell the odor of progressive rot
Posted September 10, 2018, 8:47 am
There is a strong and pungent odor arising from the Progressive Left narrative these days and it is pretty easy to identify at least three sources of the decay.
Three of the most easily identifiable sources of progressive rot are current political polls, Paul Krugman’s columns and mainstream media characterization of President Trump’s economic achievements.
A recent Rasmussen Approval Rating poll found 48% of those polled approved of the President’s job performance and 50% disapproved. An ABC/ Washington Post Poll, taken during the same time period, found 38% approval and 60% disapproval. That’s a 20% disparity in polling results, a statistical impossibility if the polls were correctly and honestly administered.
Recall the 2016 Presidential election when the very same ABC polls reported Trump was down 12% a week prior to the election. The day before the election, these polls had Trump down by 4%. Why are media polls so consistently skewed and wrong? Simply because they have become part of the propaganda of the left wing media. They’re not about accuracy, they’re about message. They are another device intended to either whip up left wing voters or to discourage Republican voters.
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NFL and the Anthem – Again
Posted July 27, 2018, 12:02 pm
Unbelievably, the NFL debate on players respecting our National Flag and National Anthem continues into another year.
Gutless Roger Goodell seems unable to exert any leadership on the issue despite TV ratings plummeting and attendance dropping clearly indicating where fans are on the issue.
Eight years of Obama America hating brought our nation to this point. Yet, out of the morass of NFL ownership, one man has emerged who knows what leadership is and how to practice it; that is Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys, as all other NFL teams, began their training camp this week and Mr. Jones made one thing very, very clear. The Dallas Cowboys have a policy that requires all Dallas players to stand on the field for the National Anthem regardless of any rules the NFL may adapt or implement.
Mr. Jones was very clear at a recent press conference that the Cowboys do not support players who decide to remain in the locker room during the anthem even if that is allowed by the league. “Our policy is that you stand at the anthem, toe on the line.” One or more players may test Jones and the Cowboy organization but it will not be a career enhancing move. I doubt Jerry Jones is afraid of the NFLPA and I doubt he holds Goodell in very high regard.
Want to bet that sooner, rather than later, a few other owners will see the wisdom of Mr. Jones leadership and fall in line with him? Want to bet that attendance and TV ratings confirm their decisions?
Posted July 23, 2018, 9:07 am
Quick Commentary: Wacky San Francisco Gets Wackier
Posted July 19, 2018, 11:12 am
One of the most cherished rights of citizenship in the United States is the right to vote. To vote, you must be a U.S. citizen. Well, you do in most places but as of this week, San Francisco isn’t one of them. As of this week, you may now vote in School Board elections in SF if you are a non-citizen or an illegal alien.
Similar voting rights reportedly exist in Chicago and various cities in Maryland and Massachusetts. I’m sure this has nothing to do with the propensity of these “voters” to vote Democratic.
There is a way to make this black mark on democracy a bit more tolerable. That would be to take the illegal alien voter registration records and use them as a deportation list.