Wednesday, December 01, 2021

Abortion before the Supreme Court with Michael Bargo



Abortion before the Supreme Court with Michael Bargo 12/01 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics

Guest: Michael Bargo, author and political commentator.... We will review the Mississippi case before The Supreme Court....plus other stories......click to listen:

Wednesday’s video: What’s up with Governor Christie?


Wednesday’s video: 
What’s up with Governor Christie? 
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Shut up and drive your electric car!


 (My new American Thinker)

Once upon a time, a presidential cabinet officer would have been fired or under media siege for saying something this stupid.   

Let's hear from the man known as Mayor Pete:    
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg stressed in a new interview that families who buy electric vehicles (EVs) "never have to worry about gas prices again." While speaking on MSNBC's "The Sunday Show With Jonathan Capehart," Buttigieg noted that Democrats' proposed social spending package includes incentives to make it more affordable to buy an electric vehicle. Buttigieg said that families would essentially have a "$12,500 discount" in transportation costs, adding that "families who own that vehicle will never have to worry about gas prices again." 
"The people who stand to benefit most from owning an EV are often rural residents who have the most distances to drive, who burn the most gas, and underserved urban residents in areas where there are higher gas prices and lower income," Buttigieg said.

Really Pete?  Does the Transportation secretary understand that electric cars are very expensive and have to be charged up?  I know about a few people who own electric cars and they charge them at home, or the same home that gets electricity from a power plant run on fossil fuels.

Maybe the secretary thinks that there are a ton of nuclear plants in the U.S. or that most of his fellow citizens charge their Tesla with turbines in the back yard or a solar unit on the roof.

Tone-deaf, stupid or maybe the secretary is not getting sleep with those new babies that he and his husband are feeding at 3 a.m.  

And don't forget that this is the same Pete who is the party favorite to challenge the vice president for the 2024 presidential nomination.

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Happy # 73 to George Foster


We remember George Foster, one of the power bats of The Big Red Machine of the 1970's.     Foster was born in Alabama on this day in 1948.

Foster broke with the Giants in 1969 but was traded to Cincinnati in 1972.   

It took him a couple of years to get going but he became a big HR hitter:  52 in 1977 and 40 in 1978.   

Overall, he hit 348 HR with 1,239 RBI.     Foster was the NL MVP in 1977 and came in second in 1976.

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