An Angry, Old White Guy Watches the Democratic Debate

What About America?

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by Abraham H. Miller

I don’t give a damn where you were 60 years ago on civil rights. I don’t care if your great grand-pappy owned slaves or you grew up in rural Louisiana and used the “N” word as often as a contemporary rapper. I can’t get vexed about 2000 children at the border not getting enough facial tissue and diapers when tens of thousands of American children are sleeping on the streets and in shelters of our cities.

What I want is a president who is going to work for America, whose reputation is grounded by the present, and whose concerns are sharply focused on the future, America’s future.

The sine qua non of great candidates is not where they stood on racism in 1963 but where they stand on America today! Read the rest HERE.

Kamala Harris is Running For President – For the People?

“The Democrats have become socialists” – Dana Milbank, The Washington Post

What’s this, a Morgan and Morgan commercial?

She’s got Kamala Harris For The People campaign signs.

She’s got Kamala Harris For The People tee-shirts.

She’s got Kamala Harris For The People totes.

She’s got Kamala Harris For The People sticker packs.

She’s got Kamala Harris For The People  SOCIALISM.

Disgraceful: Kamala Harris Calls Kavanaugh’s Pocket Constitution ‘That Book You Carry’


The Senate’s First Act — the Oath Act. On May 5, 1789, the Senate passed its first bill–the Oath Act. That first oath, for members and civil servants, was very simple: “I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States.” Note: The Senate, in 1789, did NOT refer to the Constution as that book you carry.

by Joshua Caplan:

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) described a pocket-sized version of the U.S. Constitution belonging to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as “that book you carry,” on day four of the judge’s confirmation hearing.

Asking Judge Kavanaugh which unenumerated rights he would do away with, Harris said:

I’m going to ask you about unenumerated rights. You gave a speech praising former Justice Rehnquist’s dissent in Rhodes, there’s been much discussion about that, and you wrote, quote, celebrating his success, that ‘success in stemming the general tide of free-wheeling judicial creation of unenumerated rights,’ that is what you said in celebration of Justice Rehnquist. So ‘unenumerated rights.’ is a phrase that lawyers use, but I want to make clear what we’re talking about. It means rights that are protected by the Constitution even if they’re not specifically mentioned in the Constitution. They are not in that book that you carry. Read the rest at breitbart.com.