Calling out the Wall Street Journal

I have been a subscriber to the Wall Street Journal, both print and online editions since 1991.  In the past week, I have come to doubt their editorial and news policies.  We have been reminded that the News and Editorial parts of the Journal are entirely separate, and mostly that has been true.  Since the …

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My letter to the Editors of the Wall Street Journal

This is the letter I just sent off to the editors of the Wall Street Journal. My respect for their paper, and now, their editors, has been lowered a few notches. Dear Editors:We supporters of President Donald Trump, and the President himself, have, for the past four years been slimed, de-platformed, tortured, slammed, fired from …

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Dispatches from Furlough, Day Ten

Well, it's the final day of my enforced "vacation", and I guess the last vacation from work I will take in my working life.  Boy, that thought just hit me.  I have had some time to think over that voluntary-separation offer I received, and I am now planning on some negotiations with my supervisors.  I …

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Thanks for Nothing, Peggy Noonan

Peggy Noonan is a columnist for the Wall Street Journal, who writes a weekly column on Saturdays, entitled "Declarations".  Now, I admit I'm almost a week behind in reading my hard-copy Journal-this quote is from last Saturday.  In her article entitled "The Democrats' Unserious Week", she describes all the foolish and malevolent behaviors of the …

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Do you have children or grandchildren? You might be interested in this. And not in a good way.

Hubby and I have a new great-niece, who just turned one year old.  For her birthday, I went to the book store to find a nice picture book (we will not be giving her any toys, just books for birthdays and Chanukah). What I found was not very nice, in my opinion.  It seemed to …

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Progressives. This.Is.Who.They.Are.

Thanks to James Freeman of the Wall Street Journal (in his Best of the Web newsletter yesterday) for excerpting this "Pravda on the Hudson", AKA New York Times, Op-Ed, by someone called Todd May.  The title of the column is "Would Human Extinction be a Tragedy?"  Emphasis mine. One might ask here whether...it would...be a …

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(poundsign)LoveWins! Really??

For the past week, homosexuals and their advocates and supporters have been literally dancing in the streets, since five lawyers in black robes "gave" them the "right" to government-sanctioned "marriage".  That ruling, and a couple before it, has taken the issue out of the hands of the People, and in the case of Proposition 8 …

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This is Positively Eerie

Right now, I am reading a wonderful book by Daniel Silva, one of my favorite authors.  It's a thriller starring his Israeli spy, Gabriel Allon, and involves the theft of one painting, in the service of finding another famous painting by an Italian Old Master painter.  One of the villains is the terrorist dictator of …

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A New Daily Link Here at Calling-all-RushBabes

http://on.wsj.com/SSWiWJ Above is a link to Best of the Web Today, a daily column written by James Taranto, discussing issues of the day, and highlighting interesting news from around the Web. It might be very interesting being James Taranto's girlfriend-you'd be laughing all day long. He's very smart, and really knows how to turn a …

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