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  • TRUMP WINS! (vanity)

    12/09/2016 7:32:23 AM PST · 14 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to OrangeHoof
    In doing so, he won 306 of the available 539 electoral votes for a total of 57% of the country!

    Minor correction: there were 538 electoral votes available. Also, due to faithless electors, Trump will probably not reach 306 when the electoral votes are actually cast. Nonetheless, he will still get a comfortable majority and will be officially declared the next president when Congress goes about its duty to count the electoral votes.

  • Investors really want Clinton to win now

    12/08/2016 7:34:25 AM PST · 27 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to HarleyD; ExTexasRedhead; ml/nj; Impy; Political Junkie Too; GOPJ; All
    This posted piece is just soooo typical of how the MSM does business “news.” It's all politicized to promote the leftist agenda and their favorite political characters. Let them eat crow!
  • 2016: Person of the Year: Donald Trump

    12/07/2016 9:47:34 AM PST · 26 of 48
    justiceseeker93 to Beautiful_Gracious_Skies; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Liz; Ann Archy; RitaOK; Marcella; firebrand; ...
    Don't forget that Time doesn't necessarily regard its "Person of the Year" (the PC designation of what used to be the "Man of the Year") as an honor. After all, they once gave the same recognition to Hitler.

    In Trump's case, they are only begrudgingly acknowledging his impact on the world stage by giving him this title. Rest assured, that visceral hatred for Trump on the part of Time and its fellow MSM outlets is only going to intensify as he takes office as POTUS.

  • Do Jews Defend Their Values by Helping Anti-Semites Immigrate to America?

    12/07/2016 7:34:46 AM PST · 23 of 24
    justiceseeker93 to BinaryBoy; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; All
    They are leftist organizations first, not Jewish. Their sworn task is to stuff the ballot box for Democrats, not combat anti-Semitism.

    Please see my post # 13.

    The problem with many of these organizations is that they were originally Jewish, and were founded decades ago as private charitable organizations to help fellow Jews. But as the need for helping Jews diminished (though it still definitely exists both in the US and around the world), they got into a situation where they had to get a large percentage of their funds from government or become extinct. And so they had to do less for Jews and more along the lines that government demanded of them, up to the point where they now support and help take care of the anti-semitic Muslim "refugee" populations that the likes of Obama and Clinton wish to import into the US.

    Speaking from a politically conservative American Jewish viewpoint, I would say that the American Jewish community might be better off if many of these older Jewish left organizations ceased to exist, rather than become government partners in policies that are not only antisemitic, but anti-American, anti-Western civilization, and promote domestic violence in too many instances.

  • Do Jews Defend Their Values by Helping Anti-Semites Immigrate to America?

    12/06/2016 2:23:28 PM PST · 13 of 24
    justiceseeker93 to SJackson; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; TXRed; OddLane; ari-freedom; SoCalPol; Mr. M.J.B.; H Szenes; ...
    The article from Tablet posted here is a good article which arrives at a common sense conclusion: American Jews should not be supporting American immigration policies which allow the admission of masses of anti-semitic Muslim refugees into the United States.

    But from this Jewish perspective, the views of the knee-jerk Jewish leftist alphabet-soup organizations which the author mentions are not necessarily representative of the American Jewish community as a whole. Many of these Jewish organizations were originally founded as non-governmental charitable groups of Jews to help co-religionists at home and abroad suffering from repression and poverty. Now that those problems have somewhat diminished and with it the need for their helpful and useful services to Jews, the organizations have gotten into non-Jewish causes, largely with the financial support of of the massive social welfare leviathan which is the United States government, and it's this leviathan that some of these organizations absolutely need to preserve their existence. So it's quite natural that as these Jewish-in-name-only organizations struggle to stay alive, they reflexively gravitate toward any position, no mater how hostile to the interests of the Jewish community, which enables them to suck at the government trough. This Syrian refugee issue demonstrates how corrupted these organizations have become.

  • Trump Wild Cards: Lieberman Touted for State, Cruz for Supreme Court

    12/05/2016 3:44:01 PM PST · 87 of 94
    justiceseeker93 to RitaOK; All
    Cruz may sense his azz is ashes in TEXAS and Trump has possibly toyed with offering him a rope with which to hang himself with and get him out of TEXAS.

    Do you think that if Cruz stays in the Senate he would have a lot of trouble getting re-elected from Texas in 2018?

  • Trump Wild Cards: Lieberman Touted for State, Cruz for Supreme Court

    12/05/2016 12:29:51 PM PST · 66 of 94
    justiceseeker93 to Buckeye McFrog; 2ndDivisionVet; Liz; Ann Archy; SunkenCiv; Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; ...
    Trump needs to stick to that list of 21 judges he put out during the campaign. To do otherwise will totally undermine his credibility.

    Cruz has an excellent legal background, arguing cases for conservative causes, several before the Supreme Court. He started his legal career as a clerk for Chief Justice Rehnquist.

    My guess is that SCOTUS justice would be Cruz's lifetime dream. Plus, the Senate may wish to confirm him to the SCOTUS only to get rid of what to many of them, in both parties, is an annoyance, if not a menace within.

    As to his not being on Trump's "list", remember that the two of them had been bitter rivals in the Republican primary process, and now things seem to be simmering down between them. In fact, Cruz's endorsement of Trump weeks before the election could possibly be considered a play on his part for a SCOTUS seat.

  • HUUUGE NEVADA VOTER FRAUD UNCOVERED? WORSE THAN ACORN

    12/03/2016 11:17:25 AM PST · 69 of 152
    justiceseeker93 to Impy
    Castro-whatever her name is, is illegitimate. As far as I’m concerned Heck is entitled to called Senator-elect until the term expires or he takes her place after the fraud is proved.

    So far as we know, Heck has yet to file any legal papers to challenge the result.

    BTW. what was Castro-whatever's purported margin of victory?

  • HUUUGE NEVADA VOTER FRAUD UNCOVERED? WORSE THAN ACORN

    12/02/2016 3:10:13 PM PST · 58 of 152
    justiceseeker93 to KeyLargo; Impy; InterceptPoint; randita; Red Badger; fieldmarshaldj; ScottinVA; EDINVA; ...
    This is a very revealing interview with Stan Vaughan, a Republican(?) candidate for Nevada state assembly, who seems to come from an extraordinary background for a political candidate. (I'm very impressed with Vaughan's status as a world chess champion who claims to have a super IQ. Isn't it the Democrats who claim to be the party of the best and brightest? - LOL.)

    Here Vaughan exposes a common technique for election cheating and fraud, primarily on a local level, and one of the few that have been occasionally prosecuted effectively. The idea is to make up fictitious names at real addresses in the jurisdiction to register fake voters presumed to be at those addresses. When absentee ballots are mailed to those fictitious names at those address addresses, a hack at the center of the conspiracy usually picks up the ballots in the mail and then fills them out and mails them back to the election board. Sometimes these phony registrants may vote in person, or vote both in person and as absentee voters under the phony names.

    Vaughan also exposes the new Nevada US Senator-elect (a female Democrat whose hyphenated Hispanic name escapes me for the moment) for running ads urging voters to come to an early voting station in a predominantly Hispanic neighborhood to vote SEVERAL HOURS AFTER THE POLLS ARE LEGALLY CLOSED.

  • Ellison faces renewed scrutiny over past ties to Nation of Islam, defense of anti-Semitic figures

    12/01/2016 10:05:59 PM PST · 18 of 25
    justiceseeker93 to EagleUSA; Political Junkie Too; MadMax, the Grinning Reaper; sheik yerbouty; Bluestocking; ...
    While Ellison is Jewish, my guess is he is a secular Jew. Interesting.

    I don't know where you get the idea that Ellison is Jewish. He is a Black Muslim, which almost by definition makes him antisemitic. And, unless some powerful Democrats have second thoughts, he is soon to be the head of the national Democratic Party organization.

    All this speaks volumes about the attitude of the Democratic Party toward American Jews and toward Israel. It should signal that the days of the touchy-feely relationship between the Democratic Party and the American Jewish community are LONG GONE.

  • Trump and Clinton campaign managers clashed angrily, compared war stories at Harvard conference

    12/01/2016 9:19:00 PM PST · 12 of 21
    justiceseeker93 to 2ndDivisionVet; Clintonfatigued; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; chimera; Political Junkie Too; ScottinVA; ..
    Would a fourth presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton closer to Election Day have changed the outcome?

    Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri thinks so — and she regrets not asking for one.

    Isn't hindsight 20/20, Jennifer? Let's face it, you never even thought about asking for a fourth debate. Why take the risk of one if you thought that your candidate (suffering from serious health issues) was headed for a win by a sizable margin?

  • Teen becomes seventh 'faithless elector' to protest Trump as president-elect (Washington state)

    11/30/2016 7:10:48 PM PST · 85 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to 2ndDivisionVet; Liz; Ann Archy; David; AJFavish; jazminerose; Sarah Barracuda; jazusamo; LucyT; ...
    This is a DEMOCRAT elector, so if she says she isn't going to follow the party line, she will deprive HRC of a vote in the Electoral College. That, plus her tender age, leads me to believe she will be be made an offer she can't refuse to change her mind - and very quickly.

    The 'Rats showed some stupidity in selecting this whimsical teenager for the important duty of a presidential elector, but she was probably chosen because she is female and Hispanic.

    BTW, how the heck is "Levi" a female name? Looks and sounds masculine to me.

  • Democrats are lying to themselves about what this election meant

    11/30/2016 2:06:37 PM PST · 63 of 70
    justiceseeker93 to RoosterRedux; Eleutheria5; Liz; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Marcella; chimera; RitaOK; Alamo-Girl; ...
    What else other than defeat do the 'Rats expect when they run a killing, thieving, lying, cheating, hateful, pro-Islamist, emotionally unstable, incompetent, promiscuous bisexual for the Presidency of the United States at the top of their ticket?

    The alarming part is that they came so close to winning the presidency and not that far from recapturing the Senate.

    Even though their ideology isn't very popular outside their pet constituent groups, they are still very much of threat because of their wealthy contributors, their zealousness in pushing their agenda, their control of the MSM, and the ignorance of the poorly educated American electorate.

  • Jimmy Carter to Obama: Recognize State of Palestine

    11/29/2016 10:30:37 AM PST · 45 of 55
    justiceseeker93 to Olog-hai
    A medical miracle enhanced with Israeli know-how, to boot.

    Can you please be more specific about the Israeli connection to Carter's cancer treatment?

    From what I understand, he underwent a relatively new treatment called "radiosurgery."

  • Jimmy Carter to Obama: Recognize State of Palestine

    11/29/2016 8:20:37 AM PST · 39 of 55
    justiceseeker93 to Olog-hai; ari-freedom; SJackson; GladesGuru; faithhopecharity; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Enchante; ...
    So now we have Carter, still alive - via a medical miracle - with cancer metastatic to his brain, asking lame-duck Obama to recognize a Palestinian state.

    Now how can even Obama recognize a Pali state when there is no Pali state to be recognized at this point? And not even the Palis have been talking about a state lately, only directing perpetual terror attacks against Israel.

    Is Carter demented from his brain cancer, or is this merely a continuation of his previous fondness for the Palestinians and antagonism toward Israel? Probably a combination of both.

  • Wisconsin election officials declined a request to conduct the new tally by hand

    11/28/2016 3:40:50 PM PST · 62 of 66
    justiceseeker93 to ExTexasRedhead; ml/nj; LucyT; David; GOPJ; Marcella; RitaOK; dennisw; rmlew; firebrand; Ohioan; ...
    Let’s all talk four or more million that were VOTER FRAUD!!!

    As far as alien voting in US elections is concerned, we already have laws on the books making it a crime, both federally and in every state in the Union, as I understand. Glad that Donald Trump has spoken out on the issue, but we have to galvanize enough will power to enforce these laws.

    Here is are several steps that can be taken to cut down on alien voting (which was estimated this year to account for millions of illegal votes nationally):

    (1) Voter photo ID. (It's not the magical answer for all voter fraud, but it's a step in the right direction.)

    (2) Repeal Motor Voter.

    (3) End same-day registration where it exists, and allow ample time between registration and election for vetting of credentials of registrants.

    (4) Require all voters upon registration to provide proof of US citizenship, either a birth certificate indicating birth in the US or Puerto Rico or US possessions, or naturalization documents.

    Enforce the existing law against alien who votes or attempts to vote!

  • THE Ohio State University 30 - Michigan 27 2 OT: Playoff Chaos???

    11/27/2016 6:00:31 PM PST · 136 of 147
    justiceseeker93 to freedom1st
    What good does winning the Big 10 conference championship do for the team that wins?

    It probably gets that team a spot in the Rose Bowl (the greatest, oldest, and most well known bowl venue) plus championship rings and a nice trophy.

    And with that comes an appearance of the school's band in the Tournament of Roses parade, the best known New Years parade in the world.

  • THE Ohio State University 30 - Michigan 27 2 OT: Playoff Chaos???

    11/27/2016 5:52:35 PM PST · 135 of 147
    justiceseeker93 to dfwgator; All
    Michigan had so many chances to put this game away and they couldn’t do it.

    Absolutely, Michigan made too many mistakes on offense (3 costly turnovers).

    But you can't analyze this game without talking about the lousy hometown-biased officiating. That's traditionally more common with basketball than football, BTW.

    Despite its own errors, Michigan actually won this game by stopping the OSU on downs in the second OT. No way that the OSU QB running got to the 15 yard line. The furthest advance of the ball on that play was when it touched the big OSU blocker's fanny when that blocker's feet were completely behind the 15 yard line and the blocker was still in an upright position. His rear end could not have been ahead of his feet! After that contact with his own man, the ball in the QB's right hand was not going forward any more, because a second Michigan tackler drove the QB's right arm back.

    I don't know what game that official who spotted the ball incorrectly was watching, but in my book, Michigan won that game, despite its mistakes and despite the officials' missing of an obvious pass interference call against OSU which forced Michigan to kick a FG on their possession in the 2nd OT.

    Nothing wrong with a game like this ending in tie, which is what it should have been and, twenty years ago, would have been. I was never a fan of the overtime rule in regular season college football, and one of the reasons, that this game demonstrates, is that a single bad officials' call in OT can snatch victory from defeat or defeat from victory.

  • The Left’s Appalling Whitewashing of Castro’s Legacy

    11/26/2016 6:27:45 PM PST · 31 of 55
    justiceseeker93 to HokieMom; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; LucyT; Red Steel; SatinDoll; beaversmom; SunkenCiv; ...

    It takes a commie to praise fellow comrade like Castro! Castro’s death now gives some of these commies an opportunity to show their true colors (or color: red).

  • Romney warns Trump’s rhetoric could lead to ‘trickle-down racism’ [6-10-16]

    11/25/2016 2:05:11 PM PST · 59 of 76
    justiceseeker93 to justlurking; SunkenCiv; cripplecreek; madison10; GOPJ; jenk; Ohioan; LS; EGH; AuH2ORepublican; ...
    Romney should be banished completely from the Republican Party, until he publicly recants these comments. And even then, he should be kept at an arms length.

    If you reward people for this kind of bad behavior, they will never figure out that its unacceptable.

    I'm almost sure he privately recanted when he came to Trump begging on hands and knees for a job in the new Administration.

    BTW, similar comments were made against Barry Goldwater by liberal Republicans in 1964. (Romney's dad may have been among those who did, but I'm not sure.) But no one had to kiss up to Goldwater and recant, because Goldwater lost the election badly to LBJ.

  • Poll: Who Should Be Donald Trump’s Secretary of State?

    11/25/2016 7:30:09 AM PST · 33 of 131
    justiceseeker93 to mandaladon
    Bolton YES! Romney, NO.
  • Sorry, Hillary Clinton Fans. There’s ‘Zero Evidence’ of Election Hacking.

    11/25/2016 6:46:09 AM PST · 88 of 89
    justiceseeker93 to ExTexasRedhead; All
    Voter fraud has to be investigated, exposed, and stopped. People must go to jail or prison for committing voter fraud in order to stop it.

    Amen. And any alien who votes or who attempts to vote in an American election should be busted and deported!

  • Sorry, Hillary Clinton Fans. There’s ‘Zero Evidence’ of Election Hacking.

    11/25/2016 6:37:09 AM PST · 87 of 89
    justiceseeker93 to samtheman
    This should be a priority for Trump. Putting anti-fraud structures in place for federal elections.

    Couldn't agree more.

  • Sorry, Hillary Clinton Fans. There’s ‘Zero Evidence’ of Election Hacking.

    11/24/2016 6:56:10 PM PST · 81 of 89
    justiceseeker93 to thinden; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; jjotto; David; Red Steel; jazminerose; Eleutheria5; ...
    If, indeed, there was election hacking it was soro’s [sic] hackers who came up short on how many votes they needed to create to elect hildabeast.

    Now they want a mulligan.

    Amen! Ever since the Civil War, the vast preponderance of election fraud and cheating in the United States has been done to benefit candidates of the Democrat Party! However the best laid plans of the fraudsters and cheaters sometimes don't quite flip election contests to them.

  • Donald Trump Lost Most of The American Economy In This Election {Trump Won "Deplorables"?]

    11/24/2016 5:23:16 PM PST · 72 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to jjotto
    So Romney’s extra million votes were from blacks and other minorities?

    You are referring to an extra million votes as compared to McCain in 2008. I'd presume that a lot of whites stayed home in 2008 as well. What relatively little Romney did pick up as compared to McCain were whites who voted for Obama in 2008 and were teed off at him by 2012.

    Neither McCain nor Romney could generate enough of a turnout from more conservative whites, because both of them were considered GOP establishment moderates, for lack of a better description.

    The end results: McCain lost to Obama by about 7 points in 2008. Romney improved on McCain's performance a bit, but still lost by 3.8 points. (At least if you go by the released numbers, which undoubtedly overlook a lot of Dem fraud and cheating.)

    Again, I suggest that you read Morris's book, at least the beginning. His formula for a Trump win this year was quite prescient. (You might say Morris atoned for his poor election prognostication in 2012.)

  • Donald Trump Lost Most of The American Economy In This Election {Trump Won "Deplorables"?]

    11/24/2016 3:56:23 PM PST · 67 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to jjotto; All
    The missing voters were Democrats.

    I suggest you read Dick Morris's book Armegeddon. He disagrees with your take. He says that the white voter turnout was disappointingly low while black and other minority voters came out in record numbers to support Zero. IIRC, Morris said that about 10 million whites stayed home, and Trump's opportunity would be to get these whites out in 2016. (The book was published this past June.) Morris was pretty close to what eventually happened.

  • Donald Trump Lost Most of The American Economy In This Election {Trump Won "Deplorables"?]

    11/24/2016 2:40:12 PM PST · 64 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to jjotto; Impy; Political Junkie Too; fieldmarshaldj; LS; Red Steel; LucyT; InterceptPoint; ...
    A flurry of irresponsible too-early opinion pieces about millions ‘staying home’ still clouds the facts of 2012.

    I recall reviewing the popular vote figures down through the years. The remarkable thing about the 2012 presidential election is that, setting aside for the sake of argument the Civil War election of 1864 (when the 11 states of the Confederacy did not participate) and the election of 1944 (when the country was in full-scale war mode in WWII), 2012 was the first time in history since popular votes were tabulated where fewer total votes were cast than in the previous election!

    So how can you account for that, other than (1) many stayed home or (2) quite a number of votes that were actually cast got rubbed out of the totals due to chicanery?

  • Donald Trump Lost Most of The American Economy In This Election {Trump Won "Deplorables"?]

    11/24/2016 7:27:09 AM PST · 59 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Impy; InterceptPoint; ExTexasRedhead; Political Junkie Too; randita; monkeyshine; David; ...
    California with it's lax standards had a crapload of people vote with absentee ballots and they are counting them slower than molasses. That's the official story. I don't recall this ever happening before in a POTUS election. But I did notice that after 2014 when I looked at the Cali election results for Congress like in December that dem margins had grown.

    On the day after the election, the national Clinton popular vote margin was about 200,000. Now you say it is 10 times that at 2 million. Doesn't make sense.

    Some obvious questions:

    (1) What was the Clinton % of the California vote on the day after the election, and what was the Clinton % of the California vote AFTER then? (I was under the impression that as a rule of thumb, absentee ballots in any contest in any jurisdiction should follow about the same percentages to each candidate as non-absentee ballots. If this is not the case in California, it requires a logical explanation. Otherwise, there is a strong suspicion of cheating.)

    (2) What percentage of the vast increase in the Clinton national popular vote margin since the day after the election is attributable to California alone?

    (3) How does the grand total of California votes as reported now compare to California's total of registered voters? If the the number of total votes divided by the number of registered voters in California is way above the national percentage, that's would be another tipoff that cheating is going on.

    Yes, even if Trump is still President-elect, all this fraud and cheating must still be exposed when it exists, and the perps should be held accountable.

    Strange that the 'Rats are now claiming that Trump might have won Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Ohio due to hacking of electronic voting machines. I would assume that if any hacking was going on, it was done on behalf of the 'Rats. Unfortunately for them, their cheating this year wasn't quite enough to get the Witch over the top. Yet they are still projecting their crimes onto their opponents.

  • The numbers are in: Trump wins Michigan by 10,704

    11/23/2016 5:47:12 PM PST · 63 of 94
    justiceseeker93 to chimera; All
    True enough. Remember the Soros-funded “Secretary of State Project”, which had the avowed goal of putting ‘Rats in charge of the election apparatus in all 50 states. That is how the clown Franken cheated his way into the Senate in MN the first time around. The ‘Rat-controlled election offices in WA state cheated Dino Rossi out of the governorship by 128 votes (!) a few cycles ago. In both cases, boxes and boxes of “lost” ballots” were miraculously “found”, almost all of them cast for the ‘Rat candidate (well golleeeee, imagine that, what an amazing coinky-dink), enough to give the a “win” (and a mandate, of course).

    Couldn't agree more. Building up the GOP at the state level over the last few cycles was critical to Trump's (narrow) victory in this presidential election! Aside fom Michigan, Trump was able to win other upper Midwestern states - Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana - with GOP state adminisrations. (despite Kasich's lack of help.)

  • Fmr Sanders Spokeswoman: "We Don't Need White People Leading The Democratic Party"

    11/23/2016 5:38:40 PM PST · 73 of 80
    justiceseeker93 to Doogle; i88schwartz; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; LucyT; nolongerademocrat; beaversmom; SatinDoll; ...
    Racist

    Absolutely! And no further questioning about her remarks by the WHITE CNN interviewer. How sick is the 'Rat party? Do you think that any bigwigs within the party will criticize this young lady for that remark? Don't hold your breath waiting.

  • The numbers are in: Trump wins Michigan by 10,704

    11/23/2016 3:55:11 PM PST · 43 of 94
    justiceseeker93 to ExTexasRedhead; All
    We must all remember that the popular vote was full of RAT voter fraud including the felons who were allowed to vote by RAT governors. Note, no one is talking about that issue!!! How many million votes did the Witch get via voter fraud??

    We are very fortunate that the state of Michigan has a Pubbie state administration (even though the gov is a RINOish type) and a Pubbie state SOS. Had it been the other way around and the 'Rats were in control at the state level, it's possible that they could have pulled off enough cheating to turn the state for HRC.

  • Ralph Branca, pitcher who gave up historic home run, dies at 90

    11/23/2016 2:57:11 PM PST · 32 of 36
    justiceseeker93 to justiceseeker93
    Correction to my post # 29>

    I mistyped the year of the Seattle Pilots. It was 1969.

  • Ralph Branca, pitcher who gave up historic home run, dies at 90

    11/23/2016 2:53:58 PM PST · 31 of 36
    justiceseeker93 to slorunner
    We lived in Mt Vernon next door to Bill Rigby who used to commute to home games by bus / subway.

    Mt. Vernon was ironically Branca's home town!

  • Ralph Branca, pitcher who gave up historic home run, dies at 90

    11/23/2016 2:50:56 PM PST · 30 of 36
    justiceseeker93 to Lonesome in Massachussets
    He is one of only about two million people who recall going to Polo Grounds, and listening to game from the elevated train station.

    Couldn't have done that because the train station serving the PG was NOT elevated. It was underground, a subway, so he couldn't get any reception on a radio there. Also, it was fairly cumbersome to take a portable radio with you on a train then, because small transistor radios were still a few years away in 1951.

  • Ralph Branca, pitcher who gave up historic home run, dies at 90

    11/23/2016 2:42:01 PM PST · 29 of 36
    justiceseeker93 to SES1066; All
    Actually, both of these teams 'betrayed' their fans at the same time.

    Not exactly. The Giants announced their forthcoming move to SF fairly early in the 1957 season. The Dodgers waited until the season had ended and announced their move to LA in October of that year.

    Also with respect to the Seattle Pilots, you got the year wrong. They played only one year in 1960 and then were bought out and moved to Milwaukee for the following year and renamed the Brewers.

  • Donald Trump Lost Most of The American Economy In This Election {Trump Won "Deplorables"?]

    11/22/2016 7:46:52 PM PST · 53 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Liz
    Hollywood Celebrities React To Donald Trump Winning Election!...contemplate moving to Canada

    You might think they would like the single-payer, government run health care system in Canada, but I'm sure they would head back the US if they needed expedited specialized medical care.

    Otherwise, Cuba might be much more in tune with their political ideology than Canada.

  • Donald Trump Lost Most of The American Economy In This Election {Trump Won "Deplorables"?]

    11/22/2016 3:54:03 PM PST · 45 of 77
    justiceseeker93 to Steelfish; Political Junkie Too; Impy; InterceptPoint; Liz; Ann Archy; fieldmarshaldj; randita; ...
    Memo to this IQ-challenged WaPo writer:

    How on earth can the Clinton popular vote margin be more than doubled since a few days ago to 1.7 million? Are Democrats still voting - perhaps 100 times per voter?

    And how can you create the illusion that Michigan's 16 EVs are still in doubt?

    Clearly, you are deliberately fudging these numbers, just as we might expect from the WaPo.

    Now as to your main point, that Clinton "won 64 percent of the economy," your method of calculation is inane. Of course, Clinton won just about all of the bigger cities, and most of the nation's bigger businesses are located in the counties that contain these bigger cities. So you are not stating anything more than the obvious when you divide the economy and wealth geographically in that way.

    What you miss, though, is that many of the Clinton voters in those bigger cities and the counties in which they are located - counties which Clinton carried - don't contribute anything to the wealth of those businesses that are located there. And conversely, many of the Trump-carried counties are home to voters who make sizable contributions to businesses located in the bigger Clinton-carried cities and their counties.

    What you get by this method is a rather distorted picture of the respective percentages of the wealth carried by each candidate. In fact, this is the first time in my life that I've ever seen any election analysis using this grossly defective concept.

  • Dennis Prager: Claims of Antisemitism Against Bannon are ‘Libel’

    11/22/2016 7:48:53 AM PST · 18 of 22
    justiceseeker93 to SJackson; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; faithhopecharity; Eleutheria5; jerusalemjudy; IsraelBeach; ...
    On his radio show Sunday night, Aaron Klein (an Orthodox(?) Jew), who was hired by Bannon at Breitbart to run the new Breitbart Jerusalem operation, strongly defended his ex-boss Bannon against the antisemitism charges.

    Klein specifically tore into the Anti Defamation League's screed against Bannon, saying that the ADL "disgraced themselves." He also pointed out that the ADL's head honcho Jonathan Greenblatt, aside from working in the Obama White House, also had a top-tier position in the Soros-funded Aspen Society.

    Here it should be emphasized that Klein, unabashed Jew who has been working out of Israel, knows Bannon quite well from their business relationship. The Breitbart Jerusalem Bureau, which Bannon essentially founded and Klein now directs, has served as a pro-Israel counterweight to MSM anti-Israel propaganda operations.

  • Dem Rep Ryan: ‘The House Is Burning Down’ In Democratic Party

    11/21/2016 2:08:23 PM PST · 86 of 105
    justiceseeker93 to HiTech RedNeck
    If the Green Party managed to get members in Congress one day, shouldn’t we then have multiple minority leaders?

    There have been times in history where there have been third party members of the House of Representatives. I would suppose that each of those parties had their own leader, so you might say yes, there were multiple minority leaders. But obviously, a leader of a third party with only a small number of members generally would not carry too much clout.

  • Dershowitz: Hard Left Is Very Anti-Semitic; Keith Ellison, Black Lives Matter Inspire Anti-Semitism

    11/21/2016 1:54:02 PM PST · 16 of 25
    justiceseeker93 to SJackson; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Netz; Stepan12; GOPsterinMA; Eleutheria5; Yaelle; LucyT; ...
    Hey, Dersh, isn't it about time you ended your affiliation with a party whose chairman to be (Ellison) is an avowed member of Farrakhan's Nation of Islam? Please don't wait until they kick you out of the party, like they did to Joe Lieberman.
  • Dem Rep Ryan: ‘The House Is Burning Down’ In Democratic Party

    11/21/2016 1:11:36 PM PST · 78 of 105
    justiceseeker93 to Old Teufel Hunden; ExTexasRedhead; Political Junkie Too; Impy; InterceptPoint; Sean Hannity; ...
    He should be their next house speaker but everyone knows it will be Nancy Pelosi and he will be severely punished for not falling in line with her highness.

    Seems as if you are confusing "House speaker" with HOUSE MINORITY LEADER. Quite frankly, the way things are going down now, I wouldn't want to see either of those two nor any other 'Rat as House speaker in our lifetimes, because that would mean that the 'Rats would have the majority in the House.

  • Majority of Jews Voted Clinton, But Trump Received 2nd Highest Jewish GOP Vote In 30 Years

    11/21/2016 11:46:50 AM PST · 59 of 61
    justiceseeker93 to ExTexasRedhead; Sean Hannity; holdonnow; LucyT; Political Junkie Too; randita; ...
    How many votes being counted as popular votes for the Witch were voter fraud, e.g., the dead voting, illegals voting, voting machine errors, voters voting numerous times in different cities or states, RATs helping elderly vote, and the list goes on? Note, the MSM doesn’t mention that anywhere. How many voter fraud lawsuits have been filed in how many states?

    Thanks, ExTexasRedhead, for pointing out the numerous illegal ways in which Democrats continually operate to deprive the American citizens of fair election procedures.

    But sometimes, as happened in the presidential race this year, we luck out as all the election fraud and cheating they engage in isn't quite enough to make the ultimate difference in their favor.

    So there won't be any voter fraud lawsuits filed at the presidential level this year, as they would be moot because Trump won anyway. But who knows how many state and local election contests the 'Rats actually did steal down-ballot because of fraud and cheating. Any candidate who believes he or she lost a race because of the election cheating and fraud should file a lawsuit if feasible.

    The fact that Trump won the presidency, however, shouldn't obscure the need for federal legislation aimed at cutting down on the rampant election fraud and cheating going on across the country in future federal elections. Here's hoping that the Trump Administration will follow up on its campaign rhetoric about rigged elections and make attacking election fraud and cheating a top priority in its legislative agenda.

  • Majority of Jews Voted Clinton, But Trump Received 2nd Highest Jewish GOP Vote In 30 Years

    11/21/2016 7:04:58 AM PST · 52 of 61
    justiceseeker93 to ExTexasRedhead
    Let’s keep asking how many millions that were counted for the Witch were voter fraud until we get an answer!!!

    We'll never get an accurate answer until the tedious process of going through the voter registration and voting records is completed and we see how many aliens and deceased voted. This would be a monumental task, but it must be done as a first step if we are to have any meaningful solution to the whole Democrat fraud and cheating mess.

  • Majority of Jews Voted Clinton, But Trump Received 2nd Highest Jewish GOP Vote In 30 Years

    11/20/2016 8:06:23 PM PST · 34 of 61
    justiceseeker93 to ErikJohnsky; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; LucyT; Eleutheria5; faithhopecharity; ...
    Why should anyone think that a poll conducted by a Dummycrat for Soros-funded J Street is accurate, especially when getting an accurate sample of Jewish voters around the country is a daunting task for any pollster? These people are compulsive liars and distorters. Democrat pollsters naturally practice polling techniques that bias the outcome toward the 'Rats, even more so when a Soros-funded bunch is the client. If this J Street poll turned out that Clinton got 70% of the Jewish vote and Trump 25%, my guess is that the real number might be around 60-35.

    The same principle applies here as applied to all the MSM pre-election polls (even more so when we're talking J Street) which deliberately overstated the Clinton vote to create the illusion that the Witch was a shoo-in.

  • Listen guys: There was an election, and you Jewish Democrats lost! (Jewish paper; pro-Bannon)

    11/20/2016 10:51:31 AM PST · 19 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to Albion Wilde; Eleutheria5; Zionista Feminista; Zionist Conspirator; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; ...
    The Anti-Defamation League was founded as a very legitimate organization to combat antisemitism in the wake of the Leo Frank travesty in 1913.

    But in recent decades under Abraham Foxman and now under former Obama White House staffer Greenblatt, it has morphed into a left wing political organization falsely posing as the conscientious voice of the American Jewish community.

    It's obvious that today's ADL now frequently refuses to call out left wing antisemites (like Hillary Clinton) for whom they are, while at the same time is more than glad to falsely accuse conservatives of the same.

    No doubt that the current ADL has totally lost sight of its original mission and has lost credibility, so it's encouraging to see voices within the American Jewish community, like the author of the posted article, criticizing the ADL on its reckless statements.

    From this Jewish perspective, the ADL should either change its leadership and move in a politically non-partisan direction or pass into the ash bin of history.

  • Why did Democratic congressmen meet with anti-Israel terrorist?

    11/19/2016 10:52:18 PM PST · 24 of 29
    justiceseeker93 to McBuff; SJackson; Sarah Barracuda; ml/nj; Liz; Ann Archy; Eleutheria5; ExTexasRedhead; TXRed; ...
    Perhaps they were worried about Israel tipping over like Guam.

    Yes, I seem to recall that ludicrous comment about Guam capsizing from Congressman Johnson (D-GA) several years ago. Johnson was one of the five Dem congressman who are the subjects of this article. How appropriate!

    In years past, these five might have been chastised by prominent pro-Israel Democrats for a meeting such as this. But don't hold your breath waiting for that now, since the Democrat Party would rather pander to Muslims, especially jihadist types, than respect the American alliance with Israel.

    BTW, things have gotten so unreal on the left that when you Google "Shawan Jabarin," the anti-Israeli terrorist who met with the five 'Rat congressman, you come up with almost every article referring to him as a "human rights" champion!

  • Dream Team - Nat'l Security advisor, CIA Director, AG

    11/18/2016 11:42:33 AM PST · 23 of 27
    justiceseeker93 to Liz; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; faithhopecharity; Zionist Conspirator; Zionista Feminista; ...
    Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said statements like Pompeo’s were detrimental to policies that keep all Americans safe.

    “We believe it’s counterproductive to our nation’s safety and security because they will act based on their faulty perceptions of Muslims and Islam,” Hooper said, “and will not carry out policies based on accurate and balanced information.”

    The fact that Ibrahim Hooper and CAIR do not see eye-to-eye with Mike Pompeo makes Pompeo that much better as the choice for CIA director.

    On the flip side, the Republican Jewish Coalition just tweeted out congratulations to Rep. Pompeo, noting that he is known as a trusted friend of Israel and a staunch opponent of the current treaty with Iran.

    BTW, Pompeo is known to be a Tea Party congressman, another plus!

  • Trump Tower, Fifth Avenue, and the Militarization of Urban Public Space

    11/18/2016 7:52:28 AM PST · 22 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to RummyChick; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; NYC Republican; NYC GOP Chick; SunkenCiv; RitaOK; ...
    Donald Trump, the first New York City kid to become president since FDR...

    This lefty writer is obviously historically and geographically "challenged." FDR spent his childhood on his parents' estate at Hyde Park, NY, which is about 90 miles north of NYC on the Hudson River and to this day would be considered a rural area.

    The last, and possibly only, "New York City kid" to become president would be FDR's distant cousin Teddy.

  • NRCC Endorses Nancy Pelosi for Minority Leader

    11/18/2016 6:38:33 AM PST · 27 of 32
    justiceseeker93 to Impy; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Biggirl; InterceptPoint; randita; fieldmarshaldj; Yaelle; ...
    Pelosi has been GREAT for Republican US House candidates. I pray to God they don’t do something smart like replace her with a White guy from a blue collar Ohio district, that would be bad.

    That's essentially what Mark Levin said on his nationally syndicated radio show last night. (He also "endorsed" Schumer for Senate minority leader and Ellison for DNC chairman for similar reasons.)

  • REPORT: Hillary Clinton Became PHYSICALLY VIOLENT On Election Night And Tore Into John Podesta

    11/17/2016 5:23:20 PM PST · 265 of 267
    justiceseeker93 to NYer; All
    That is a great painting you posted, and I've seen it before. I imagine it was very difficult for the artist to get in the faces of 43 presidents in the limited space.

    Was the artist conveying a specific message with respect to Obama, who is interlocking his arms in front of his body while his predecessors all appear to be doing something with their hands?