Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Hillary Clinton - Racist Statement - Where is the Mainstream Media?

Yepper, Hillary Clinton done did it.  You can read about it by clicking here.

What did she do?  Try this.

Hillary Clinton joked about how black men like Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., and former Attorney General Eric Holder "all look alike."
During an interview on Friday, Clinton made the quip while correcting Recode's Kara Swisherabout who recently goaded on Democratic voters by rhetorically encouraging them to "kick" Republicans when they "go low."
After Clinton noted how she adores Booker, Swisher asked the former secretary of state what she thought about this "kick them" remark.

"Well, that was Eric Holder," Clinton noted.
"Eric Holder, oh, Eric Holder, sorry," Swisher said.
"Yeah, I know they all look alike," Clinton quipped to a wave of laughter and applause in the room.

Wow, if Donald Trump had said that, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, The NY Times, The Washington Post et al would be blasting negative headlines for days.  Jim Acosta would be badgering the White House press team.  Where are they now?  Not a peep.

If you don't believe the printed words above, here is a You Tube clip of the event.  Typical Liberal Democratic hypocrisy.  It's about at the 1:25 mark or so.


Sunday, October 28, 2018

Eric Jenkins for State Rep District 18

Below please see a  scanned image of his campaign literature.  Ever since he got on the city council he has been a strong voice for the people and their pocketbooks.  He will give the citizens of district 18 something they have not had recently and that is a true voice in Topeka.

Please click on the image to see full size..

Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Hillary Clinton - Denigrates America

This is an interesting article that appeared a couple of days ago in the NY Post.

It is getting to be routine for her to show exactly how two faced she is.  Like a petulant child Hillary "The Witch(sp) of Benghazi" Clinton keeps throwing temper tantrums.

The article does not even mention how two faced she is when she says, with regards to sexual assaults, all women must be believed, except naturally her husband.  But that will be a topic for a future blog post.

Sunday, October 07, 2018

On The National Scene - Promises Made, Promises Kept

Yep, this post is going to be about President Donald Trump.  Folks laughed at me when I said he'd get the nomination.  They called me nuts when I said he'd be our President.  I think some of these overpaid political pundits, with all their fancy data need to send me part of their income.

The Kavanaugh confirmation overshadowed something else that recently happened.  Remember when President Trump had said that NAFTA was bad for our country?  And that he would renegotiate it?  Well, he initially had success with that with Mexico.  When he was in Canada over the summer and he took a tough stance with that country folks said he was attacking our allies.  They said he was destroying relationships.  Canada was not about to change.  Guess what?  Canada did renegotiate.  We now have the USMCA and it is definitely better for us than the old NAFTA.

Remember when he was blasted for the things he said about North Korea?  Hmmmm, it did lead to a sit down with Kim.  Nothing great yet......unless you count the fact that it was the first time in over 70 years that the two countries' top leaders sat down face to face.  Nothing happens unless that happens.  That was a first big step that no other president was able to accomplish

Anyway, here are my prognostications for the upcoming mid-term elections.  The Republican party will gain 4-6 seats in the Senate.  The heart of America is tired of playing patsy to the coastal liberal establishment.  (And this coming from a guy born and raised in NYC).  In the house I'm guessing up or down 5 seats.  The Republicans will maintain control but by how much is uncertain.  Right here in our own Kansas 3rd Congressional District we need to return Kevin Yoder to Congress.  Sharice Davids (and others of her ilk) and her brand of radical progressive socialism would be destructive to our country.  Her health care plan would cost tens of trillions of dollars and her pushing for the dismembering of ICE just stinks.

Sidebar 1:  Sen. Dianne Feinstein needs to be investigated by the Senate Ethics Committee.  Her holding back on Dr. Ford's letter and then it's leakage at the 11th hour smells of horse manure.  Also, after her viewing of the FBI supplemental report she and Sen. Schumer held a short presser.  Ironically she kept referring to Dr. Ford, but would not refer to Judge (his actual title) Kavanaugh.  Kept calling him by his first and last name.  A subtle attempt at degradation.

Sidebar 2:  Sen Mazie Hirono of Hawaii needs to go back to the beaches of Waikiki.  When a US Senator, who has sworn an oath to defend the Constitution says that an individual is not entitled to due process she has violated her oath.  Who is she to determine, under our laws, that someone is not entitled to due process, or in effect is guilty until proven innocent. 

Sidebar 3:  Wanna read more about President Trump's wins and promises kept ?(Yepper, unusual for an elected official to keep promises that they made as a candidate).  Just click here to read this piece by Wayne Allyn Root.

Saturday, October 06, 2018

Filling the Ward III Vacancy

Discussion was held last Tuesday 10/2 at the Council Committee regarding the procedures for filling the open seat in Ward III.  The vacancy was created by the resignation of former Councilmember Justin Adrian who has since been arrested and charged with a felony.

The procedures for filling a vacancy on the council are governed by Charter Ordinance 45 and Policy Statement 71 (click on the links to read them).

This will be on the City Council Agenda for Monday 10/8.  It is listed on the agenda under section "G" as follows:

Consider schedule for Filling Ward 3 Vacancy.
On October 2, 2018, Council Committee voted 6-0 to move forward a schedule to fill the Ward 3 vacancy. The proposed timeline and a Resolution calling for a special election is included.
Recommendation: Consider advertising the Ward 3 vacancy beginning October 10, with consideration of applicants at a special call of the council prior to the Tuesday, November 12, 2018, regular City Council meeting following procedures set out in PS-71, City Council Vacancy Appointment Process.
Recommendation: Consider adopting Resolution No. 1844, calling for a special election on November 5, 2019

Memo and Attachments - Pdf
What this means is that somebody will be appointed to fill the position only until a special election on Nov 5, 2019.  At that time somebody will be elected to finsh the unexpired portion of Mr. Adrian's term.  The individual who is successful in the special election will be sworn in at the next council meeting following the election, whereas council members elected under the normal rotation won't be sworn in until January.
This is the first time that the new procedures for filling a council vacancy are being used.  Strongly urge all who care (even if you don't live in Ward III) to attend this meeting and learn more about how your city functions.