Monday, August 06, 2018

Monday's show: Double standards at NY Times, NFL speeches & another bad weekend in Chicago

Monday's video: Hiroshima 1945 and the end of World War II

Monday's video:  
Hiroshima 1945 and the end of World War II

Political speeches at the Hall of Fame

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Like some of you, I like Hall of Fame speeches.  They connect us with old favorites who bring back memories of this sport or that.
Over the years, the speeches have been about parents, a special coach, or just the thrill of doing something most of us dream of doing.
Randy Moss, a pretty good receiver, made it political by selectively showing indignation about black crime in the U.S.:
Along with his gold jacket, Moss sported a black tie with the names of a dozen black men and women , who were either killed by police or died in police custody, printed in gold letters.  Some of the names included: Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, Sandra Bland and Michael Brown.
Yes, we regret any loss of life, but Randy Moss needs to go the extra yard.
He overlooks the real “black-on-black crime” crisis tearing up inner cities like Baltimore and Chicago.
Yes, blacks are killing each other, but nobody talks about that problem.
Maybe the topic is on mute because it’s happening in areas where Democrats run everything.  Baltimore has not had a GOP mayor since Theodore Roosevelt McKeldin left office months after the Orioles swept the Dodgers in the 1966 World Series!
At the same time, where is the NFL?  Where is the NFL commissioner who explains that politics is on your time rather than company time?
Maybe fans will forget Randy Moss’s speech.  Maybe people are so eager for TDs and tackles that they will forget another episode of mixing politics with sports.
Maybe it’s too early to tell, but the NFL Hall of Fame had bad ratings.
So who is telling the NFL that these speeches are making fans happy?  I don’t know, but maybe the NFL should check out what baseball is doing.  Patriotism is in style over at the diamond, and fans seem to like it.
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More dead in Chicago but does anybody care?

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More dead in Chicago but does anybody care?   

Chicago is a city run by Democrats and very strict gun strong that many are suing the state over their 2nd Amendment rights.   

But the killing goes with strict gun controls: "10 killed, 53 wounded in Chicago weekend shootings".

Chicago should listen to Rudy Giuliani
63 murders this weekend in Rahm Emmanuel’s Chicago. His legacy more murders in his city than ever before. It’s only because of Democrat brain washing that he has even a chance of remaining. Support police professional Garry McCarthy.
Chicago needs change and I don't mean a "hope and change" speech.

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Minnesota politics is getting very interesting........

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Minnesota politics is getting very interesting and my friend Barry Casselman is on the story:  
Wednesday, August 15 will be the opening day of Act III of thisyear’s mid-term election cycle. Minnesota, in spite of its mediareputation as a blue state, is really a purple state. 
A quiet purple state that could get very exciting in 2018.    It may be the red surprise of this year.

Stay tuned!

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Tone deaf sense of humor, I guess so!

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The left's weird sense of humor.  

At a recent rally in Kentucky, Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes said this of Senator Rand Paul:  "Just ask his neighbor. He can be beaten.” 

Tone deaf sense of humor, I guess so!

It also shows the double standard.  It's funny when they do it.  It's mean spirited and whatever "...ism" when we do it.

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Rosie and your Trump Derangement Syndrome episode of the day.....

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Are you ready for today's episode: 
"Broadway Performers and Rosie O’Donnell to Stage a Musical Protest Outside the White House".
And this is how they are going to win back the House?  I don't think so.  This is the kind of irrational behavior that drives people away from Democrats.

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