Mike’s Musings

Random thoughts, opinions, ideas and prognostications on the day's events.

We keep hearing that “No one is above the law.” That constant drumbeat from the left might not ring so hollow if their disregard of Federal Law didn’t lead to stories like this. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is publicly shaming Chicago authorities, claiming that they released a Mexican citizen who later sexually assaulted a …

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I am looking forward to the results tonight. Joe Biden doesn’t just have to win, he needs to win bug. COLUMBIA, S.C. – A confident Joe Biden says he’s “very optimistic” about his chances to win the Democratic nomination. The former vice president told reporters on Saturday morning that he’s “optimistic not just about today” …

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NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — President Trump rallied the core of the conservative activist base Saturday with a fiery address mercilessly mocking his potential Democratic presidential foes, railing against the “Washington swamp” and shaming Republican Sen. Mitt Romney for defecting on the final impeachment vote. Closing out the annual Conservative Political Action Conference outside Washington with a …

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Have you noticed the absence of the term “politically correct” lately? The new term to demonstrate your assimilation into the Democratic collective is “woke”. It means the same thing: censorship and enforced conformity. consider the article linked below. Project Veritas founder @JamesOKeefeIII argued on Friday that mainstream media outlets claiming to be arbiters of truth …

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The spread of the coronavirus in Europe and Asia is undoubtedly a cause for concern. But the abject panic by investors in the Stock Market seems a bit extreme. There will be some supply chain disruptions, but the reaction to this has been more like a response to bubonic plague rather than severe flu that …

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We have been consumed with one fake investigation after another, impeachment, dimwitted debates, and now the coronavirus. Meanwhile, the struggles of a lot of courageous people in Hong Kong have been all but ignored. Here is a little reminder.

Deacon Greg Kandra posted this a couple of years ago on his blog. I repost the link here for your edification. Enjoy. In 1971, an art student at Portland State University named Carolyn Davidson got a job doing some freelance design work for a local sporting goods company. They were looking for a company logo, …

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I was watching a mother’s panel on fox news this morning, and one of the ladies mentioned a website called bernietax.com. Out of curiosity, I took a look at it. And based on what he presents there, my disposable income would be almost 100 dollars a week more. Sounds great, right? If you ignore the reality …

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