Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Um, that train left the station a long time ago, Margaret

"Washington Post Columnist Demands Journalists Abandon Neutrality In Trump Coverage".

Tough decision

Should I buy the abandoned missile site I blogged about last week, or this really neat condo in Ramona, California? Just can't make up my mind.

This strikes me as very Australian

"Baboon escapes vasectomy op at testing lab and flees with two female monkeys".

H/T: Instapundit

Biden: And my first act as president will be to set up a summit meeting with Ming the Merciless in order to establish peace between the U.S. and the planet Mongo

Just can't keep up with the gaffes anymore.

Update And I'm falling farther behind all the time.

Castro's government always sucked, period

Hans Bader sets the record straight on Fidel Castro's so called "achievements".
But Castro did not give Cubans literacy. Cuba already had one of the highest highest literacy rates in Latin America by 1950, nearly a decade before Castro took power, according to United Nations data (statistics from UNESCO). In 2016, The Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler debunked a politician’s claim that Castro’s rule significantly improved Cuban healthcare and education.

In today’s Cuba, children are taught by poorly paid teachers in dilapidated schools. Cuba has made less educational progress than most Latin American countries over the last 60 years.

Monday, February 24, 2020

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Biden feeling left out

"Biden Wishes Some Country, Any Country, Would Try To Influence Election For Him".
"Seriously, anyone! Prussia! Czechoslovakia! The Holy Roman Empire! They're still around, right?" he said at a campaign speech he thought was in Nevada but was actually in California. "If anyone out there is listening, you spy people from the U.S.S.R. or whatever, I'll willingly accept any help I can get."