Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Golda Meir on Peace

On Constitutional Push Back to California's Sanctuary State Law



San Diego County voted in with a 3-1 margin to defy California's Sanctuary State law.  In October 2017, Governor Jerry Brown (D-CA) signed SB-54, which was passed by the Democrat majority in the California legislature, which vastly limited who state and local law enforcement can hold, question and transfer at the request of federal immigration authorities.  Basically, the Sanctuary State law mandates that California's law enforcement officials defy federal immigration law. 





When appearing at the National Press Club, Governor Brown highlighted his intractability to enforcing existing federal immigration law as he proclaimed that California National Guard troops would not perform immigration enforcement activities, including vehicle repair or monitoring security cameras.

Some California municipalities and local governments have formally voted to follow federal law, which is contrary to SB-54.  Many of these jurisdictions have joined in the Sessions Justice Departments lawsuits regarding SB-54, AB 450 which prohibits employers from allowing warrant-less access to non public workplace areas and AB 103 which enjoins local governments from expanding or making new contracts for new civil immigration detention centers.



Morrissey on Racism

Morrissey on Racism

Neil Gorsuch on Vague Law

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch on Vague Law


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Remembering Barbara Bush



Bill Clinton remembering Barbara Bush at her death at 92



Barbara Bush on Life

Barbara Bush on Life

Paul Ryan on the Tax Code

Paul Ryan on the Tax Code

Will Rogers on Golf and the Tax Code

Will Rogers on the Income Tax

Is Comey Just a Retrograde or a Crackpot Narcissist?

Mark Levin on ex FBI Director James Comey



In promotion of ex FBI Director James Comey's new book  Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership (2018), he gave a five hour interview with former Clinton press flak George Stephanopolis.  Instead of revealing new information about his untimely exit from the helm of the FBI after the Clinton Email scandal and the allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, Comey's tome seemed to be a self justifying exercise to  settle scores, particularly against President Trump.

Clinton loyalists like Lannie Davis still think that Mr. Comey cost Hillary Clinton the 2016 election, and label his self righteous antics as being a retrograde narcissist.  While those on the right look his stated philosophy about investigations and contrast it to how he wrote an exoneration for Hillary Clinton weeks before interviewing the principal witness, concluding that he was a dirty cop.  




Either way, Mr. Comey sure enjoys the limelights as he blames others for the messes which he is embroiled.  Perhaps surrealist artist Claude Martin conveyed could convey Comey's persona best.


Narcissus by Claude Martin
Narcissus (2014) by Claude Martin