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RAPID RESPONSE (Archives)...Daily Commentary on News of the Day
This is a new section.  It will offer fresh, quick reactions by myself to news and events of the day, day by day, in this rapid-fire world of ours.  Of course, as in military campaigns, a rapid response in one direction may occasionally have to be followed by a "strategic withdrawal" in another direction.  Charge that to "the fog of war", and to the necessary flexibility any mental or military campaign must maintain to be effective.  But the mission will always be the same: common sense, based upon facts and "real politick", supported by a visceral sense of Justice and a commitment to be pro-active.  That's all I promise.
GS

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SUNDAY, April 30, 2017

RR#1

PEGGY NOONAN: ANOTHER ARTICLE DIRECTLY ON POINT.
See: "Trump Has Been Lucky In His Enemies", WSJ April 29-30, 2017, Opinion, pA13.  (below)
A few quotations from the article:
* "...the Democratic Party and the progressive left have been having a very public nervous breakdown."
* On referring to excrement and using the "F" word. "And they're doing it because they have nothing else - not a plan, not a program, not a philosophy that can be uttered".
* On "America's great universities". "It is a hysteria - a screeching, ignorant wave of sometimes violent intolerance for free speech."
* "This is what America sees now as the face of the Democratic Party".
I cannot improve on that.

GS

Trump Has Been Lucky in His Enemies - WallStreetJournal.Com

RR#2

"THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING."
Stay tuned.

GS

Spy’s Confession Could Blow Open The Trump-Russia Scandal - GreatAmericanDaily.Com

SATURDAY, April 29, 2017

RR#1

THIS IS DANGEROUS.
Regardless of the accuracy of the numbers or percentages (remember the Presidential Election, the Polls and the misled polecats?), persons who are unable to depend on truthful and factual information can be misled and even aroused to action - the SOP of mob mentality. With traditional Americans so incensed by the idiocies of the Leftists in recent years, that could lead to massive civil disobedience or worse.  We have seen all of this before in other countries. Power-hungry Leftist spokesmen, cynical main-stream media and irresponsible social media: YOU ARE PLAYING WITH FIRE!

GS

Nearly half of Americans think there’s a ‘deep state’: Poll - Yahoo.Com

RR#2

JOSEF STALIN ONCE SAID: "HOW MANY DIVISIONS DOES THE POPE HAVE?"
Then - Pope John Paul ll did not need any divisions when he and then - President Reagan brought the Soviet Union to its knees in 1990.
And Pope Francis l will need no divisions if all the good people of the world hear and follow his message.  I hope that will occur before rather than after WW IV.

GS

What Pope Francis did in his surprise TED talk matters as much as what he said - WashingtonPost.Com

RR#3

ISN'T THAT NICE!
Let's block and deport all Mexicans...except my Mexican patients, all fine people, religious people, family people, hard-working people. 

Is that clear?

GS

In Mexico, ‘It’s Easy to Kill a Journalist’ - NYTimes.Com

RR#4

PRESIDENT TRUMP'S "FIRST 100 DAYS":
With a few sniping exceptions, "Fair and Balanced".
And from the New York Times, no less.

GS

How Trump Has Reshaped the Presidency, and How It’s Changed Him, Too - NYTimes.Com

FRIDAY, April 28, 2017

RR#1

THE NY TIMES MAY BE WEANING ITSELF, EVER SO SLOWLY, FROM ITS BOMBASTIC EDITORIALIZING ON EVERY PAGE DURING THE LAST FEW YEARS.
This article on Global Warming is downright reasonable.

See also: "NEW VOICES, BUT WILL THEY BE HEARD?", by Liz Spaid, NYTimes April 23, 2017, SR p11.

GS

Climate of Complete Certainty - NYTimes.Com

RR#2

DAY #99 OF THE TRUMP PRESIDENCY.
Did you see the interview conducted by FOX host Martha MacCallum with President Trump?
If not, please watch it in the original.  Then look in the mirror and say what you think. No one else will be watching.

GS

THURSDAY, April 27, 2017

IMPOTENCE.

GS

Coulter’s Berkeley speech canceled, police prep for violence - TheDay.Com

VIDEO: New London’s Coyote: The talk of the town - TheDay.Com

MONDAY through WEDNESDAY, April 24 through 26, 2017

RR#1

MORE, EVER MORE, ON THE STATE OF DIS-CONNECTICUT.

GS

Budgetary train wreck! - TheDay.Com

Connecticut Democrats need a reboot - TheDay.Com

State budget process collapses amid dissension - TheDay.Com

RR#2

"THE FIRST 100 DAYS":
Real accomplishments by any measure, and despite the constant kamikaze attacks by the desperate and deluded Left.

GS

UNVEILED: TRUMP'S TAX PLAN - Yahoo.Com

RR#3

THIS PROPOSED LEGISLATION PUTS EVERYTHING INTO PERSPECTIVE.

GS

The Democrats in the Senate are considering sweeping legislation that will provide new benefits for many more Americans.   The Americans With No Abilities Act is being hailed as a major legislative goal by advocates of the millions of Americans who lack any real skills or ambition.
>
> "Roughly 50 percent of Americans do not possess the competence and drive
> necessary to carve out a meaningful role for themselves in society," said
> California Sen. Barbara Boxer.    "We can no longer stand by and allow
> People of Inability (POI) to be ridiculed and passed over.  With this
> legislation, employers will no longer be able to grant special favors to a
> small group of workers, simply because they have some idea of what they are
> doing."
>
> In a Capitol Hill press conference Nancy Pelosi pointed to the success of
> the U.S. Postal Service, which has a long-standing policy of providing
> opportunity without regard to performance.  At the state government level,
> the Department of Motor Vehicles also has an excellent record of hiring
> Persons with No Ability (63 percent).
>
> Under the Americans With No Abilities Act, more than 25 million mid-level
> positions will be created, with important-sounding titles but little real
> responsibility, thus providing an illusory sense of purpose and performance.
> Mandatory non-performance-based raises and promotions will be given to
> guarantee upward mobility for even the most unremarkable employees.  The
> legislation provides substantial tax breaks to corporations that promote a
> significant number of Persons of Inability (POI) into middle-management
> positions, and give a tax credit to small and medium-sized businesses that
> agree to hire one clueless worker for every two talented hires.
>
> Finally, the Americans With No Abilities Act contains tough new measures to
> make it more difficult to discriminate against the non-abled, banning for
> example discriminatory interview questions such as, "Do you have any skills
> or experience that relate to this job?"
>
> "As a non-abled person, I can't be expected to keep up with people who have
> something going for them," said Mary Lou Gertz, who lost her position as a
> lug-nut twister at the GM plant in Flint, Mich., due to her inability to
> remember "righty tighty, lefty loosey".   "This new law should be real good
> for people like me. I'll finally have job security."
>
> With the passage of this bill, Gertz and millions of other untalented citizens will finally see a light at the end of the tunnel.
>
> Said Sen. Dick Durbin:   "As a Senator with no abilities, I believe the
> same privileges that elected officials enjoy ought to be extended to every
> American with no abilities.   It is our duty as lawmakers to provide each
> and every American citizen, regardless of his or her inadequacy, with some
> sort of space to take up in this great nation and a good salary for doing
> so."
>
> This message was approved by Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Diane Feinstein,
> Barbara Boxer & Nancy Pelosi

SUNDAY, April 23, 2017

RR#1

NOW HEAR THIS!
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich is an American Statesman who regularly shares with us a great deal of wisdom about our history and future.

This is one of numerous offerings by him that I will occasionally post in this section, usually without comment from me. "RES IPSA LOQITUR".

GS

Trump Reaches Beyond West Wing for Counsel - NYTimes.Com

RR#2

HERE'S AN EXAMPLE OF THE STATE OF PUBLIC DISCOURSE TODAY WHEN PRESIDENT TRUMP IS A SUBJECT.
And of course there is also that "university" in Southern California.
Oops: I almost forgot the brain trust in Hollywood.

GS

Ted Nugent, David Crosby Spar Over White House Visit - Yahoo.Com

RR#3

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP, HIMSELF.
Can you take the Truth?
Check out this story on CNN...

GS

Forget Trump's first 100, what about Gorsuch's first 10? - CNN.Com

SATURDAY, April 22, 2017

RR#1

NOW HEAR THIS!
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich is an American Statesman who regularly shares with us a great deal of wisdom about our history and future.

This is one of numerous offerings by him that I will occasionally post in this section, usually without comment from me. "RES IPSA LOQITUR".

GS

Governing Majorities and Health Reform: Part One - GingrichProductions.Com

RR#2

"WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS A FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE", as noted menacingly by the warden in the prison where Marlon Brando's character was acting out.

Of course, "communicating" - especially just the facts - is not the intention of the mainstream media when it comes to President Trump. Unfortunately, that disease has also spread to Richard Engel, the excellent and fearless foreign correspondent for NBC, who now seasons many of his dispatches with political asides.

Meanwhile, I will continue to offer my insights, based on specific and reliable sources.  What follows is one such regularly reliable source: American Center for Democracy.

GS

Trump Not Reluctant to Use the ‘Big Stick’ - American Center for Democracy

RR#3

"THE RISE OF THE SMART CITY".
See "The Future of Cities", WSJ Monday, April 17, 2017, section R1.
If this substantially hyped set of articles is referring to New York City, the title is an oxymoron. Take it from a former New Yorker (yes, I can finally say it) who spent my first 26 years living, studying and working in NYC, travelling throughout the 5 boroughs on trains, buses and automobiles, including 4 years in Medical School when I spent 6 days per week traveling over 1 1/2 hours each way on subways between the Bronx and Brooklyn.
Or don't take it from me.  Just tune in to WCBS radio (880 AM) practically any time of day or week, every 10 minutes: the Traffic Report.  The city is always constipated - and at times obstipated - while suffocating from vehicle fumes. And those spending hours on the subways...FUGGEDABOUDET. 
This is SMART??
And what's really DUMB is all of those millions of New Yorkers who couldn't bear thinking about an "Escape from New York". NFL's "Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury: make room for this condition.

GS

RR#4

MORE ON PUBLIC EDUCATION.
"Now just you hold on there, pilgrim."
This might be good news for a change, an article that makes me want to read more, despite the off-putting title: "What Happens When a D-minus Average Isn't Good Enough To Graduate?" (ctmirror.org, 4/17/17).
WHAT? It reportedly has been!
This article begins to describe a new system being used on a group of "guinea pigs" in Windsor Locks High School. Here, "actual mastery" is reportedly the new bar for passing a subject. Here, both students and teachers are reportedly re-learning learning. We have all seen a movie like this before: "educators" doing raw research on human beings, generally fatal to their education. But this sounds different.
I will be watching this. And I will access "Competency Works", an on-line advocacy group for this approach (www.competencyworks.org).
Let's hope this "light at the end of the tunnel" is not just another on-coming train on the same track.

GS

RR#5

TIME FOR AN UPDATE ON OUR CONTINUING INTEREST IN THE ARCTIC, THE ANTARCTIC,  GLOBAL WARMING, THE PARIS ACCORDS, ETC.
Please see my web site section on "The Arctic..."

GS

SUNDAY through FRIDAY, April 16 through 21, 2017

RR#1

HEREWITH, A PRIMER ON "SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE"
1) The Statement by Bill O' Reilly:
2) State and Federal Law on this actionable behavior.

What's this? "...completely unfounded..." and can't do anything to defend oneself? I don't believe that.
The Law appears to require both a subjective and an objective burden of proof.  And the Law appears not to transfer the burden of proof from the alleging plaintiff to the defendant. So, what's the problem in these cases? If you are innocent, defend yourself. If you are guilty, get outta here and take your punishment.
Meanwhile, organizations like NOW and commercial businesses should not pile on for purely political reasons.
All of this was poorly handled by all.

GS

Bill O'Reilly speaks out: It is 'tremendously disheartening' that 'completely unfounded claims' cost me my job - BusinessInsider.Com

Sexual Harassment at Work  - FindLaw.Com

RR#2

"NOT I, NATANIA".

This is the most regressive and counter-productive development to be forced on the practice of Clinical Medicine since I became a physician 60 years ago.
Apart from our practice billing activities, which I farm out, I refused to add EHR's to my practice. And I am paying a substantial governmental financial penalty for that decision. Meanwhile, my patients continue to benefit from my undivided personal attention.

GS

EHRs eating up half of doctors' workday with unpaid labor - HealthCareFinanceNews.Com

SATURDAY, April 15, 2017

RR#1

ISLAM AND DEMOCRACY.
Can they co-exist?

For the answer to this question, don't look to Arabia or Iran or Syria or Iraq. The answer lies in Turkey.
See two articles in the WSJ: a) "The Other Islamic State: Erdogan's Vision for Turkey", by Daniel Pipes (WSJ April 14, 2017, Opinion, pA15) The Other Islamic State: Erdogan's Vision for Turkey - WSJ.Com; b) "Turkey's Road To Serfdom", WSJ Editorial, April 15-16, 2017 Turkey’s Road to Serfdom - WSJ.Com.

As the Editorial states: "...the unfortunate conclusion that Islam and democracy are incompatible".
EXACTLY CORRECT. Islam is only secondarily a Religion. It is primarily an authoritarian -despotic political State. Democracies fail to heed this fact at their peril.

GS

RR#2

I DON'T MAKE THIS UP, YOU KNOW.
See more on the State of the State of Connecticut.
See "Connecticut Liberation Day", WSJ Editorial, April 15-16, 2017, pA10 Connecticut Liberation Day - WSJ.Com.

GS

RR#3

"HAVE YOU NO SHAME?"
More, always more on Public Education Teachers' Unions.
See: "Arizona's Grand School Choice", WSJ Editorial, April 11, 2017, pA16 Arizona’s Grand School Choice - WSJ.Com.
See also: "The Anti-School Choice Coalition", WSJ Editorial, April 12, 2017, pA14 The Anti-School Choice Coalition - WSJ.Com.
ANSWER: NO.

GS

RR#4

WHAT A WORLD.
"Keep your enemies close. Keep your 'allies' closer".

GS

As Atrocities Mount in Syria, Justice Seems Out of Reach - NYTimes.Com

FRIDAY, April 14, 2017

HEREWITH, ANOTHER "POTPOURRI".
A useful vehicle for me...and a choice for my readers.
WEBSTER'S COLLEGE DICTIONARY:
"POTPOURR: a jar of flower petals and spices used for scent; a miscellaneous collection; literally 'rotten pot'".

Your choice, but my selections.

1) Governor Malloy announces that he will retire in 20 months after the completion of his second term as Governor of Connecticut.
A good man.  Too bad that he has long been a member of the Democratic Party that has ruined the State of Connecticut during its 40 year tenure. But he can still leave a proud legacy by becoming in the remaining months an anti-Democrat and a pro-democrat. Start with personal and governmental fiscal responsibility instead of political Christmas Trees. Add a veto to the OUT-OF-MIND bill allowing Automated (!) beer and wine sales. Together with all Ct. legislators, pull out all the stops to defeat the asinine Amtrak plans for Connecticut. And put a muzzle on the rabid Teachers' Unions while discarding the CRAZY idea of "sharing" teachers' pensions costs with struggling municipalities. For a State that stands in 46th or 47th place in the U.S. for all the Bad categories, that would be a start.

2) A recent New London Day Editorial (April 9) describes New London's Magnet School progress. A particular benefit of that decision made several years ago is the financial one. I am proud to say that proof of that benefit was provided by my son Adam who, as a then-City Councillor and clear-thinking Professional Engineer, demonstrated that the usual nay-sayers of New London were wrong in postulating big financial losses for the City.

3) "CT Ranks High In Opioid-Related Hospital Visits".
(www.ctmirror.org, 4/9/17). Here, please re-read Paragraph #1. Note also the failure of parents, public schools, and Leftist "liberalism" run amok. We are now reaping the whirlwind of depression, hopelessness, lack of guidance and direction...except in the wrong directions. Shame on all of you who bought into that and who still cling to its false hopes. Insanity.

4) I strongly recommend a subscription to The Judicial Watch (www.judicialwatch.org) as a purveyor and legal advocate of FACTS. The April 2017 edition of VERDICT, its printed organ, has a particularly important article on " The Voter Fraud Crisis" (p3) which Schumer, Pelosi and their gang would rather you not read. It's working for them, thank you.

GS

THURSDAY, April 13, 2017

RR#1

WHAT A WORLD!
Just remember: human nature has never changed since Adam and Eve. 

Happy Passover to my Hebrew religious older brothers and sisters.

GS

David Horowitz: Trump Changed Syria — and the US Political Game - NewsMax.Com

RR#2

TOO GOOD, AND APROPOS,  NOT TO SHARE.
And I'll check with my Italian - American relatives to see if they have a recipe for CROW for you ridiculous Leftists.

GS

TRUMP THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS
By John Andrews

President Donald Trump, the Bronx Bazooka, won’t complete his first 100 days till the end of April.  But he has already hit his first 80, and the operative word is “hit.”  What a roaring ride.

So never mind the official milestone. Here’s my assessment of his impact so far.

The whole “hundred days” thing, originating with the tyrant Napoleon Bonaparte in 1815 and brought here by progressive autocrats FDR and LBJ, jars with American values anyway.

If we’re going to borrow from the French, better the whimsy of Jules Verne, who sent a brilliant amateur of unsinkable buoyancy and irresistible persuasion around the world in 80 days. Merveilleux — Donald Trump as Phileas Fogg.  How about it?

Presidential leadership is a marathon, not a sprint. It’s the work of years, with effects sometimes not fully seen for decades.

And governance is a team sport.  By constitutional design, no amount of energy in the executive can by itself see the political landscape transformed (Obama’s hubristic intention, mercifully unachieved).

But twelve weeks in, allowing for those limitations, Trump has made a strong start on giving Americans exactly what they voted for: a decisive, determined, outspoken, optimistic turn toward new policies in a nation most people last year said was on the wrong track.

On issue after issue, it’s been promises made, promises kept. 

There will be a wall to secure our southern border. There will be extreme vetting for visa applicants from high-risk countries.  There will be no more coddling of immigrant felons and no more money for mayors who coddle them.

There will be pipelines to facilitate America’s energy independence from overseas enemies.  There will be a fair shake for coal and other fossil fuels. 

There will be hard conversations with nations resisting trade reciprocity and corporations tempted to hollow out our economy.  There will be regulatory reasonableness so job growth can boom again.  (And have you noticed, the stock market loves it.)

The most important promise Trump has kept so far, the one with the longest horizon in decades, was to replace the late Antonin Scalia with a Supreme Court justice who adheres to the founders’ original Constitution, not the left’s “living” counterfeit. 

Justice Neil Gorsuch, sworn in on the new president’s 80th day exactly, will be just that.  And by playing shrewd poker on his confirmation, the White House along with GOP senators (many of whom are no great Trump fans) improved their odds for the next court battle as well.

As for the world in these 80 days, one of those non-fan senators, Lindsey Graham, put it best right after Trump rained missiles on a Syrian airfield: “There’s a new sheriff in town.”

Do we have clarity yet on US policy toward Syria?  No, and we need that — along with policy clarity on Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea.

But the missile strike made very clear that with Donald Trump in the White House, the United States won’t tiptoe in responding to aggression or cheating by any of them.  Which could not be said when Barack Obama was there or if Hillary Clinton were there now.

The president is still finding his way.  Rescuing us from Obama's health care debacle remains a work in progress. His staff and family dynamics, ditto.  His Twitter weapon, effective overall, sometimes misfires.  He has yet to fill many key appointments.

The latter, however, results partly from the venomous obstructionism Trump has had to face from enraged Democrats and their media accomplices.  You have to go back a century and a half to Lincoln, to find comparable fury directed at a duly elected president taking charge. 

There’s even secession talk in California. Granted, that’s a joke. But President Trump’s ordeal in these early weeks has been deadly serious. The fact he’s still standing, as one desperate attack after another fizzles out, is all to his credit — and to America’s benefit. 

A friend of mine who abhors the man said he hopes “les cent jours” for Trump end as they did for Bonaparte: with a Waterloo. Could still happen.  Phileas Fogg’s 80 days, on the other hand, climaxed with doubters dashed and the adventurer ascendant.  My money’s on the Donald.

SUNDAY through WEDNESDAY, April 9 through 12, 2017

WHAT A WORLD!
Just remember: human nature has never changed since Adam and Eve. 

Happy Passover to my Hebrew religious older brothers and sisters.

GS

Extreme vetting: The Passover lesson - AmericanThinker.Com

SATURDAY, April 8, 2017

RR#1

TODAY, POT POURRI:

1) The Day newspaper and President Trump. On a good day the editorial position can be described as
"Yea-But..." The statements published immediately before and then immediately after the U.S. attack on Assad's air base are a case in point. And then there are the recurring inane political cartoons. Surely you can do better.

2) A good daily source of news is www.ctmirror.org.
This week they published articles on "Public Education" and on several other topics.  One announced that "Ct. scraps using state test scores to compute teacher ratings". The other noted the obvious: "DeVos says American schools can't get much worse". True, True and Related. More disgrace for a once-revered Teaching Profession.

3) The "Nuclear Option" hyperbole is not helpful - nationally or in Connecticut. And our Connecticut U.S. Senators have become an echo chamber of partisan tripe. Senator Blumenthal didn't see a "Roe Litmus Test" passed by Justice Gorsuch. Well, let me take your test, Senator. Roe v. Wade and Griswald v. Connecticut were both wrongly decided, incompatible with Medicine, Law or Ethics.  And Abortion, the intentional killing of a human being at any time from conception, continues to be the national LITMUS TEST that will control all national discussion until it is resolved. Meanwhile, the country is divided. Let simple majority rule.

4) DIS-CONNECTICUT: "Economist Perna: Connecticut's budget in 'a state of emergency'".
"You're doing a heck of a job, Brownie".

5) Dr. Charles Krauthammer: "The road to single-payor health care". A combination of rampant personal irresponsibility, ever-increasing demands for more government "gifts" like forgiveness of student loans, free college educations, and health care as an unencumbered "right".  It's an "OUT OF MIND EXPERIENCE" that can still bring us back to a national Depression, worse than the 1930's.

ENOUGH...for now.

GS

RR#2

"APOLOGIA PRO VITA SUA".

This famous tract written by John Henry Newman, originally an Anglican minister who converted to Catholicism and became a revered Cardinal of the Church, was an effort by him to explain his journey.
Consider this my "Apologia" for my journey that led me to support President Donald Trump. It is prompted by two recent experiences.

One was a conversation with a friend who was clearly upset that his support of Trump had led to "loss of friends and even to hard feelings within my family". I tried to console him by sharing a "diagnosis" that I had made of many people, especially in the racist South, during the tumultuous years in the 1950's after the U.S. Supreme Court desegregated all public schools in 1954: "Focal Idiopathic Idiocy". It is a diagnosis entirely applicable to the hysterical Leftists of today.

The second experience is the recent opinion piece by Peggy Noonan, generally a clear conservative voice crying in the wilderness: "Mistakes, He's Made A Few Too Many" (WSJ April 1-2, 2017, Opinion, pA11).

In my opinion, she dates the current national division as following 2008 - about 40 years late. She looks for "good feeling and cooperation" in Washington...when the people who elected Trump want the swamp drained. She refers to "his stupid tweets", when those are his main and effective retorts to an entirely corrupted Main Media. She chides him for cautioning the sclerotic Freedom Caucus to "get on the team, and fast"...a great idea, if they have any sense for 2018. Regarding the health care bill, she alleges that "he has no deep knowledge of who his base is , who his people are". His people are those who elected him and who are standing by him vs. The Establishment of all stripes. Ms. Noon probably just needs a good night's sleep.

Meanwhile, my political journey has been from a Democrat for 30 years to a Republican since 1990, from "anybody but Bonnie and Clyde" following the disaster called Obama, through the not -so -magnificent 17, and finally to an awareness that The People Had Spoken, "a moderate populism versus socialism" as Ms. Noonan identifies it.

So there it is, my "Apologia". And if in the process I also may have lost friends and soured family members: FINE.  I'll wait here for you until you have all come to your senses and out of your "Focal Idiopathic Idiocy".

GS

FRIDAY, April 7, 2017

RR#1

"CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?"

GS

US Attacks Syrian Air Base with Cruise Missiles - NewsMax.Com

RR#2

ENJOY.

GS

Don Rickles, ‘Mr. Warmth,’ the King of Insult Comedy, Has Died - Yahoo.Com

RR#3

PLEASE LET ME INTRODUCE YOU, WITH GREAT PLEASURE, TO MY COLLEAGUE.

GS

Gorsuch May Be Decisive Vote in Divisive Supreme Court Cases - USNews.Com

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, April 5 and 6, 2017

POLITICALLY INCORRECT, GOD BLESS HIM.
But go easy with St. Peter.

GS

Don Rickles, Equal Opportunity Offender of Comedy, Dies at 90 - NYTimes.Com

SUNDAY through TUESDAY, April 2 through 4, 2017

"MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE RANCH..."

GS

Bit by Bit, Trump Methodically Undoing Obama Policies - Breitbart.Com

SATURDAY, April 1, 2017

RR#1

HOW LONG MUST THIS CARNAGE CONTINUE?
And they are NOT the results of auto "accidents". They are crashes largely the results of total driver irresponsibility, "Reckless Endangerment", political impotency, and FAULT...not "no-fault". Innocent people die, whole cities are brought to daily roadway standstills, with   dangerous air pollution and gross disrespect for even existing laws and law enforcement personnel.
ALL ELECTRONIC MEANS OF COMMUNICATION MUST BE IMMOBILIZED AS SOON AS AN AUTO ENGINE IS TURNED ON - AND TURNED BACK ON ONLY WHEN THE ENGINE IS TURNED OFF AND THE AUTO IS IMMOBILE. OF COURSE THAT CAN BE DONE. 
Meanwhile, all violators of existing related laws involved in a crash must forfeit their vehicle for a six month period and their license for a three month period. Whether insurance companies would return to a FAULT rather than the "NO FAULT" system now in effect is a separate matter.
WAKE UP, AMERICA.
This is no longer rampant irresponsibility. This is CRIMINALITY.

GS

Witness: Driver in crash that killed 13 admitted texting before collision - TheDay.Com

RR#2

THIS IS HEART-BREAKING AND INFURIATING AT THE SAME TIME,
a dangerous mixture for my health if it were not for this outlet and effort to help.
These are the wages of four decades and at least two generations of ignorance, stupidity, gullibility, irresponsibility and reckless "leadership" of and by the Black People in this nation. What a terrible shame. And they keep going back for more in the Democratic Party. 
WAKE UP, MY FRIENDS, MY NEIGHBORS, MY PATIENTS.
It didn't have  to be that way.  And it doesn't have to be that way. 
TAKE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY:
raise and love your children, as a father and a mother...don't abort them;
throw out your cynical and self-serving "leaders", including your Pastors who qualify;
retire your Democratic (but far from democratic) politicians;
throw out the Teachers Unions that have robbed you and your children and grandchildren of educated futures;
support laws and law enforcement, beginning with supporting that all "GANGS" be identified and declared illegal and subject to incarceration;
consider all illicit drug USERS who are NOT  pushers of any amount to be patients;
consider all illicit drug pushers of any amount, whether or not users, to be criminals;
My friends of the entire Black Community, this is WAR, and you have been self-destructing for too long.  All the rest of us are ready to help. But first...please WAKE UP!

GS

Chicago police to saturate neighborhood where 7 killed in 12 hours - TheDay.Com

RR#3


"CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW",
you hysterical Leftist idiots?

GS

Report: Private Citizens in Trump Campaign 'Unmasked' in Nunes Spy Data - NewsMax.Com

RR#4

WHAT A BAD WAY TO BE PROVEN RIGHT.
But I have long been predicting major psychological effects on the younger generations who have isolated themselves in front of their screens while thinking they were "connected". Now they don't know how to relate to real people in front of them.  Listen again to Barbara Streisand singing "People". It's no joke.

GS

Heroin Use, Addiction Up Sharply Among Whites - PsychCongress.Com




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