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Clip from the documentary Born Rich

Ivanka speaks about the time her father points out a homeless person outside his building.

DailyCaller: Ruth Bader Ginsburg returned to the SCOTUS today

Do our resident conspiracy theorists believe the Daily Caller?

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg took the bench at the Supreme Court Tuesday, the first time she has heard arguments since her treatment for lung cancer in December 2018.

At 85, Ginsburg sometimes appears frail, moving at a slow shuffle with her head slumped at the shoulders. But her entrance in the courtroom Tuesday was unusually vigorous. She darted quickly to her seat beside Chief Justice John Roberts with her head aloft, cheeks locked in a broad smile.

As is often the case, Ginsburg asked the first question at Tuesday’s argument, pressing attorneys just moments after the proceedings began. Though she is usually a subdued presence — and sometimes almost inaudible — Ginsburg advanced her question Tuesday with strength and clarity.

All told, Ginsburg’s demeanor strongly suggested that she is aware of untoward speculation as to her health in recent weeks, which she sought to immediately dismiss as unfounded. The Daily Caller reported in January that “gingerly preparations” for another Supreme Court vacancy were underway at the White House and among conservative legal groups, in view of Ginsburg’s continued health struggles.

The justice has been seen twice publicly since the December procedure, called a pulmonary lobectomy, at the Sloan Kettering Memorial Cancer Center in New York. TMZ spotted Ginsburg Monday at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Virginia, where she told reporters that she is doing “just fine.”
No cameras were allowed in the courtroom, but there was a sketch artist. Audio should be released later. Here's the sketch from today's hearing.

"Are you still a believer in Santa? Because at seven it's marginal, right?"

This guy has 5 children and 10 grandchildren. Why is he so bad at talking to children?

Project Freedom Ride

It's a scary time for men and boys

Try a little kindness

South Carolina manufacturer says it's closing plant over Trump tariffs

Element Electronics, a consumer electronics company in South Carolina, says it will be closing its plant in Winnsboro due to tariffs imposed by President Trump.

The State reported Tuesday that the company was one of the largest remaining employers in Fairfield County after the local Walmart, which used to be the largest grocery store in the county, closed its doors two years ago.

The news also comes after plans were canceled to build two nuclear reactors in the area, terminating 5,000 construction jobs.
“When you think you’ve reached rock bottom, to get kicked in the gut like this, you didn’t think anything more could happen,” state Sen. Mike Fanning (D) said of Element's announcement to the local paper. “Within 365 days, you just get rocked to your core.”

Element said “the layoff and closure is a result of the new tariffs that were recently and unexpectedly imposed on many goods imported from China, including the key television components used in our assembly operations in Winnsboro,” in a letter to the state’s Department of Employment and Workforce obtained by the local paper.

This really is not hard


1. They knew they would be meeting with representatives of the Russian state.

2. They knew they were being offered Russian state intelligence.

3. They knew Russia was an enemy of the U.S.

4. They were willing to meet with an enemy and aid and abet them in achieving their goals if it also helped them win the election.

5. They intended to use Russian intelligence offered by the Russian agents against the an American opponent.

6. They did not alert the FBI

After the meeting, they kept lying about it, and changing their story, repeatedly. Why, if supposedly nothing happened?

Also when trump said on a campaign stage, "Russia if you're listening, I hope you are able to find those 30,000 emails", he was asking for Russia's help. Why Russia?
*When the hacks started, trump knowingly continued to ask for more help.
*He made copius use of the material.
*He praised Putin incessantly.

Posted by LavenderGirl | Tue Aug 7, 2018, 12:57 PM (2 replies)

Sheppard Smith dismantles "Spygate"

In just 2 minutes Shep dismantles almost every single recent Fox News narrative.

"Trump claimed Feds spied on his campaign ... calls it Spygate. Fox News can confirm it is not. Fox News knows of no evidence to support the president's claim"

Wednesday's NY Daily News cover

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