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The News of Today is the History of Tomorrow June 22, 2022

The News of Today is the History of Tomorrow

IN POLITICAL NEWS

1) Yet another poll shows the Rutabaga in the 30s, while the 538 average has fallen to 39.5 despite some D+7 polls.

2) While Civiqs, which I maintain is a leader (vs. lagger) pollster, shows the Rutabaga at 32% for a second straight day.

3) Infighting as Biteme’s aides attack Kampuchea to prevent her from invoking the 25th Amendment. Course, she’s as looney as the Rutabaga.

Dick Morris: Biden Aides Attacking Harris to Prevent Her From Invoking 25th Amendment

4) Video showed law enforcement inside the Uvalde school with guns and shields a full 46 minutes before they entered the classroom with the shooter. Inexcusable.

5) Biteme isn’t the only one in Washington with putrid ratings: Congress now has an approval of only 18%, the lowest in any midterm election year.

6) In Kollyfornia, the state’s lawmakers have been asked to approve a bill to ask voters to amend the state constitution to protect abortion rights.

-Er, sorry Kollyfornians: in conflict between the U.S. Constitution (and/or interpretations of it by the USSC) and state constitutions, the U.S. wins. See the battle with the Mormons over Utah statehood with polygamy, for example, or Arizona’s constitution that was rejected until it came into line with then-approved ban on initiative, referendum, and recall.

7) Interesting take on crime by John Kline: blacks commit animal cruelty at almost the same rate they commit other acts of violence. It is a way to get the left to talk honestly about crime.

8) Speaking of race violence, in peaceful and tranquil Benghazi-by-the-Lake, the weekend toll was a mere 47 hit by gunfire and only five killed.

9) And in the equally peaceful and safe borough called Washington D.C., Supreme Court security has been heightened ahead of the Dobbs decision.

10) Profile of a hero: Mississippi’s attorney general who could end Roe.

11) The Supes struck down a Maine tuition policy that barred religious schools, 6-3.

Supreme Court strikes down Maine tuition aid policy that barred religious schools

12) Leftists, predictably, are going nuts over this case.

13) In more good news, DemoKKKrats are losing ground with the fastest-growing political bloc, Asians.

14) In a rare piece of useful reporting by the heinous National Review, the Progtoids are at each others’ throats so much they can’t get anything done: “It’s hard to find a Washington-based progressive organization that hasn’t been in tumult, or isn’t currently in tumult.”

 

The Progressive Grievance Parade

 

IN ECONOMIC NEWS

15) A mere accounting error: Texas A&M has failed to report $100 million in research funds that came from the Russkies and Qatar.

Texas A&M fails to report $100 million in research funds from Russia and Qatar: report

16) There may never be another refinery built in America, based on the same process that was used to eliminate construction of new nuke plants says Jazz Shaw.

17) “Affordable housing” in New Calcutta (i.e., Los Angeles) now costs about $1 million per apartment to build. Doesn’t sound very affordable to me.

18) American airlines has ended service to three destinations and saw 3,600 flights delayed due to the pilot shortage. Were these due to the China Virus vaxxes, firings, and pilots leaving rather than get the vax? Enquiring minds want to know…

19) The war on fossil fuels by Biteme is causing pain with little climate payoff. As predicted.

20) Existing home sales dropped 3.3%, while the median home price increased 14.8% in May.

IN ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

21) new wave of high-tech pitching machines can throw like any Major League Baseball ace—well, that is if you exclude Gaylord Perry and other great spitballers.

22) Ed Sheeran and his co-writers were awarded over 900,000 pounds sterling in legal costs after winning his High Court victory over the song “Shape of You.”

23) Netflix has lost 70% of its value, shed 200,000 subscribers, and has prepared to cut more employees.

-Guess “The Staircase” just wasn’t that compelling?

 

IN INTERNATIONAL NEWS

24) If ever a nation needed Margaret Thatcher, the UK has seen its biggest rail strike in 30 years bringing the nation to a standstill.

25) True dat! The Uke war has blown up the EU’s superpower delusion.

 

IN GALACTIC NEWS

26) Here comes the sun! A solar storm will hit the earth with a gigantic blast that has doubled in size in the last 24 hours.

27) And finally, a new study says moaning is not a good measure of a female orgasm.

-Mainly because it’s coming from the men.

 

And That’s Today’s News…

 

Larry Schweikart is the co-author with Michael Allen of the NYTimes #1 bestseller, A Patriot’s History of the United States, and is the founder of the history curriculum site, the  Wild World of History. Larry can be found at Substack under Larry Schweikart and, for as long as they allow him, at Twitter @WallsOther and on Gettr @OtherWalls and on TruthSocial @CyberneticsLS

Larry’s latest book, Dragonslayers: Six Presidents and their War with the Swamp is now available wherever books are sold! You can listen to his interview with Tracy Beanz on Dark to Light HERE

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