Sunday, June 30, 2019

Incredible Efforts at Peace

Trump meets Kim Jong Un, becomes first sitting U.S. president to step into North Korea

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Global Warming Hits

European Heat Wave Shatters June Records in 6 Nations and France Set a New All-Time Record
By weather.com meteorologists



Current Temperatures(Central European Time)

At a Glance
A major heat wave continues over western Europe.
The all-time record highs for June have already been topped in six European nations.
An area of high pressure in the upper atmosphere is responsible for the extreme heat.

A heat wave currently baking western Europe has already set new all-time June record highs in six

Friday, June 28, 2019

Sadly, history does repeat itself



This is for all of the spoiled decadent millennials who are just not happy.  


You need to view this video twice and take careful notes. 


Reality is knocking. Take heed and don't let this happen.   

The Democratic Party

the funniest people you will ever see

Roberts makes a left turn


His rulings seems to be veering more and more.  His opinion to uphold Obamacare was out of left field. There have been several others, which leave court-watchers wondering whether he has had a philosophical change of heart; or could there be a darker reason. After all, this is Washington where dark reasons are often the order of the day. 

The Supreme Court found Thursday that the Trump administration did not give an adequate reason for adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census, blocking the question for at least the time being.

The move is a surprise win for advocates who opposed the question's addition, arguing it will lead to an inaccurate population count. The administration had argued the question was needed to enforce the Voting Rights Act (VRA).

Those challenging the question said that asking about citizenship would cause non-citizens or immigrants to skip the question. The Trump administration has maintained in court filings that the data

Police wouldn't give him a glass of water!


Man dies after eating 'white substance' while running from cops, turns out to be horseradish sauce,


Updated Jun 27 2019 10:33PM CDT

 - A man died after being arrested by police Thursday in north suburban Waukegan while he allegedly chewed an "white substance" he refused to spit it out, police said.
Officers confronted 31-year-old Avion Cotton about 3 p.m. in the 600 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and attempted to serve an arrest warrant, Waukegan Police Chief Wayne Walles said in a statement.
As detectives approached him, he fled on foot and began "to eat an unknown white substance," Walles said. He fell and was apprehended, but continued to chew the substance and refused commands to spit it out, Walles said.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Democrats have officially gone insane

The body of Fulton Sheen is being moved to Peoria today


There should be limits......

Lightfoot holds another fundraiser, adding to the nearly $400K she has already raised since her historic election as she sells influence. 

The latest fundraiser was hosted by Chicago restaurant owner Carmen Rossi. Tickets ranged from $250 to $5,000. The location was disclosed only to those who returned an RSVP.

By Fran Spielman Jun 26, 2019, 4:43pm CDT
Mayor Lori Lightfoot demands the resignation of Ald. Edward Burke (14th) on the day after the City Council’s longest-serving alderman was charged in a 14-count extortion and racketeering indictment. Chicago Sun-Times/ Ashlee Rezin



Five weeks into a four-year term, Mayor Lori Lightfoot held another fundraiser Wednesday to add to the nearly $400,000 she has already raised since her historic election.

The latest fundraiser was hosted by Chicago restaurant owner Carmen Rossi. Tickets ranged from $250 to $5,000. The location was disclosed only to those who returned an RSVP.

Since taking office on May 20, Lightfoot has taken fundraising trips to Los Angeles and New York City — with stops to have dinner with Oprah Winfrey and to appear on Stephen Colbert’s late-night talk show.

While headlining a Palm Springs fundraiser for former U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer’s PAC in a town with

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Free shit*


Demorats’ 2020 platforms: Bribery and pandering!

Reparations for gay people!
Reparations for African Americans!
Cancel your student loan debt!
Free everything-else!
I can’t wait to see who gets promised free money after next week…there are so many days left until the election it could be any one of us!

Special Report — Cardinal Bernardin: Homosexual Predator Satanist



None of this was ever reported on by the media, despite knowledge of it in those circles. The cover-up is still going on 20 years after his death. Chicago Catholics need full disclosure now.

Either the current Cardinal comes clean with everything or there will be calls for his removal.

Absolutely among the worst legislation to ever come out of Springfield

High sign for legal pot — Pritzker inks bill making Illinois 11th state to allow recreational reefer

Illinois residents 21 and over will be able to buy marijuana at dispensaries as soon as Jan. 1. 

It's the role of government protect the people from vices not to encourage vices. Screw Pritzker and every legislator that voted for this. 

Nice and tolerant

seen no evil
According to sources familiar with the matter, Eric Trump had, with a group of people, come into Aviary, an upscale lounge at 955 W. Fulton Market, Chicago, and the young woman–an employee of the establishment–came right up to him and spit in his face. Per an eyewitness, she murmured inaudibly something that sounded like it was anti-Trump. Then Secret Service agents who were there protecting Eric Trump jumped into action and took the woman into custody. She was put in handcuffs and placed in a police paddy wagon, a source with knowledge said. Eric Trump decided not to press charges against the woman in the end, and she was released from police custody.

Had she been held by CPD, it is doubtful she would have been prosecuted because......Cook County just doesn't do that kind of stuff. 

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Big Deal


Toni Preckwinkle reverses decision to retire — aide says she will seek fourth term in 2022
Toni the Taxer, Best Friend and Sponsor of Kim Foxx

“Yes, she’s running again,” Scott Kastrup, Preckwinkle’s political director, said at a fundraiser at the Chicago Cultural Center. “We’re pleased to be doing this [fundraiser] again, and she’s definitely running for re-election for the County Board.”

By Rachel Hinton Jun 25, 2019, 6:02pm CDT

Toni Preckwinkle’s re-election buttons at her fundraiser Tuesday at the Chicago Cultural Center. Rachel Hinton/Sun-Times



It looks like Toni Preckwinkle isn’t ready to ride off into the sunset after all.

Nearly three months after a blowout loss to Lori Lightfoot in the April mayoral election, Preckwinkle on Tuesday kicked wide open the door to seeking another term as Cook County Board president.

“Yes, she’s running again,” Scott Kastrup, Preckwinkle’s political director, said at a fundraiser held at the Chicago Cultural Center. “We’re pleased to be doing this [fundraiser] again, and she’s definitely running for re-election for the County Board.”

Tuesday’s event left little doubt that that was the plan.

A jazz band played tunes such as Dave Brubeck’s classic “Take Five” as supporters filed into the room. At the sign-in tables, donors were encouraged to take buttons emblazoned with Preckwinkle’s face.

The messaging was simple: Re-elect Toni Preckwinkle President of Cook County Board.”

Preckwinkle worked the room, hugging and shaking hands with politicians, county employees and others. The crowd included Ald. Pat Dowell (3rd), County Commissioner John Daley, state Sen. Robert Peters, D-Chicago, State's Attorney Kim Foxx, and Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson (11th).

Back in 2018, Preckwinkle declared that her current term, which began last year, would be her last.

But since losing the April runoff, she has steadily backed away from that stance.
Mayoral candidate and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle in 2018. File Photo. Max Herman/For the Sun-Times

Just days after the mayoral race, Preckwinkle refused to say definitively that she still planned to step down after her current term ends in 2022.


“You know, I’m looking forward to the next four years,” Preckwinkle said when asked if this term would be her last. “We’ve got a lot on our plate, starting with, frankly, our work on the Census. Billions of dollars are at stake not just for us in the county but every taxing body within the county all the cities towns and villages all the school districts and not to mention our congressional delegation.”

“I’ve got a lot of work to do,” she repeated at the time when pressed on whether this would be her final term.


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A win for government, a win for potheads

while he waits to see if he is going to be indicted, Pritzker likes to spend his time signing legislation legalizing everything
next up....meth, hallucinogenic mushrooms, prostitution, 
euthanasia, suicide, post-birth abortion, 
 - Illinois' new governor delivered on a top campaign promise Tuesday by signing legislation legalizing small amounts of marijuana for recreational use, the 11th state to do so and the first to implement a comprehensive statewide cannabis marketplace designed by legislators.
Legalization in Illinois also means that nearly 800,000 people with criminal records for purchasing or possessing 30 grams of marijuana or less may have those records expunged, a provision minority lawmakers and interest groups demanded.

Dems Are Planning to Steal the 2020 Election

By William L. Gensert

Democrats have an insurance policy for the 2020 Presidential election, and it has nothing to do with the eventual Democratic Party nominee. The original policy was initiated by Obama, Comey, Brennan, McCabe, Hillary, and their ilk, bragged about by Strzok to his paramour, and paid for by the Democrat/media cabal. The mephitic Mueller tried to cash it in, but the hero Marine got slapped down by Barr.

It’s a plan to “win” the election by any means necessary, even by cheating if necessary. Of its components, the “failsafe,” is most intriguing, if for no other reason than it is so devious, underhanded, clever, and inventive, that it’s surprising it comes from the same left which gave us the ridiculously ludicrous Steele dossier and Smollett hoax.

October Surprise.

Notice how quickly E. Jean Carroll disappeared from the headlines? Or, how the same media, which

The effects of global warming

told you so
On summer's opening day, up to 20 inches of snow buried the high terrain of the Colorado Rockies, boosting the state's snowpack to extraordinary levels for the time of year.
The solstice flakes marked a continuation of a snowy stretch that began in January and February and lingered through spring. Even before the solstice snow, The Denver Post wrote, the state's snowpack was "in virtually every numerical sense . . . off the charts." At the time, the snowpack was 751 percent above normal.

Video of Jussie Smollett with rope around his neck, Chicago Police...



MAJOR LEAGUE POS.......IS GOING TO JAIL

Monday, June 24, 2019

GUN SAFES "THE TRUTH"

In over her head and believed her own BS

The tragedy of Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx

Foxx will probably be under indictment by the end of the year. The charges will be
  • Official Misconduct
  • Obstruction of Justice
The trial will be held downstate. If convicted, she will do time. 

this is what you get when the official is 100% political with no real-world experience of any type



"I will say to Ms. Preckwinkle who made Foxx, the people of Cook County expected and deserved more."

Foxx fallout: ‘Running with jackals?’

Judge Michael Toomin’s decision to appoint a special prosecutor could make Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s re-election bid a rocky one.

By Rachel Hinton Jun 23, 2019, 10:33am CDT

Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, left; Actor Jussie Smollett, right. File Photos. Ashlee Rezin/Chicago Sun-Times; Paul Beaty/AP

The seemingly never-ending Jussie Smollett flap has provided plenty of issues for Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx but no real roadblocks in her path to re-election.

That could change.

The decision to appoint a special prosecutor to look into how Foxx’s office handled the case could make

He is tough guy! Republicans better look out.

Biden suggests “brass knuckle fight” and “physical revolution” against Republicans



June 21, 2019


AP photo
In recent days, Joe Biden suggested a “brass knuckle fight” if Democrats can’t get their way in the US Senate.  In fact, he added that if Democrats can’t pass their agenda then perhaps it’s time to resort to physical revolution.  His exact words:  “Let’s start a real physical revolution if you’re talking about it.”
It all happened in a town hall meeting of sorts while rich old white guy Biden pandered to the Moral Action Congress of the Poor People’s Campaign.  Yes, that’s quite a name.

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Draw your own conclusions

1st black priest in US, ex-slave, positioned for sainthood

1st black priest in US, ex-slave, positioned for sainthood
By JOHN O'CONNORJune 12, 2019

Father Augustine Tolton

This undated photo courtesy of the Diocese of Springfield in Springfield, Ill., shows Quincy's Father Augustine Tolton. Pope Francis has positioned for sainthood a former slave and the first known black priest in America. The pontiff on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, declared the Rev. Augustine Tolton of Quincy "venerable." The Diocese of Springfield announced that the designation means that Tolton lived a life of "heroic virtue." Church officials are investigating possible miracles attributed to Tolton which could lead to his canonization. (photo courtesy the Diocese of Springfield via AP)

What are these Jesuits all about?

Indianapolis archbishop revokes Jesuit prep school's Catholic identity



Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School. 

Indianapolis, Ind., Jun 20, 2019 / 01:49 pm (CNA).- The Archdiocese of Indianapolis announced Thursday that a local Jesuit high school will no longer be recognized as a Catholic school, due to a disagreement about the employment of a teacher who attempted to contract a same-sex marriage.

“All those who minister in Catholic educational institutions carry out an important ministry in communicating the fullness of Catholic teaching to students both by word and action inside and outside

Saturday, June 22, 2019

What's new? It's just another federal law he doesn't like

waiting to see if he is going to be indicted for the fraudulent conversion of $132,000  in real estate tax refunds

doesn't like most federal laws, finds them restraining

Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signed a series of laws meant to protect immigrants in Illinois. 
The Democrat says it’s a direct response to the rhetoric and actions of

The breakdown of law and order in the U.S.

Mayor says Chicago police won't assist ICE in rounding up illegal immigrants

just not happy, just won't cooperate

Posted Jun 21 2019 07:16PM CDT


CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says the city's police department will not participate in a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement roundup of migrant families who have been ordered out the country.

ICE agents have been directed by President Donald Trump to conduct pre-dawn raids in major U.S. cities on Sunday, according to published reports.


Friday, June 21, 2019

There's going to be a reckoning!

Special prosecutor to probe handling of Jussie Smollett criminal case. 






At Issue: Was the Smollett dismissal fixed?

As Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx comes under increasing criticism, a former top aide contradicted Foxx’s most recent public statement on the case. The order also means Smollett could possibly be recharged in the case. 
Jussie Smollett speaks to reporters at the Leighton Criminal Court Building after prosecutors dropped all charges against him in March.
 Ashlee Rezin/Sun-Times
Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s decision to step aside from the Jussie Smollett case and handoff her duties to her top deputy landed her a stinging rebuke from a judge Friday, and a special prosecutor investigation. And a former top aide said the recusal decision was

Another BS War?

“Who wants a U.S. war with Iran? Primarily the same people who goaded us into wars in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen, and who oppose every effort of Trump’s to extricate us from those wars…”
President Donald Trump cannot want war with Iran.
Such a war, no matter how long, would be fought in and around the Persian Gulf, through which a third of the world’s seaborne oil travels. It could trigger a worldwide recession and imperil Trump’s reelection.
It would widen the “forever war,” which Trump said he would end, to a nation of 80 million people, three times as large as Iraq. It would become the defining issue of his presidency, as the Iraq War became the defining issue of George W. Bush’s presidency.
And if war comes now, it would be known as “Trump’s War.”

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Cardinal Cupich under investigation

Restraint...........it's just a drone

Vote Democratic?


EXTREMISM LEADS DEMOCRATS' PATH TO COMMUNISM 

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By Nancy Thorner - 
It is possible to have Socialism without Communism, but it’s a fine line with the latter denoting totalitarianism. Confusion exists because there are socialistic societies that aren’t tyrannies, such as in Scandinavia. An example of pure Socialism was the kibbutzism, as were the commune hippies created in the  60's. Neither lasted because they go against human nature. The only way for the system to last is to morph into Communism, wherein the dictators can force Socialism down the throats of the people.

Travor Loudon, an author, filmmaker, and public speaker from New Zealand, who for more than 30

CSX Strikes again is blocking 111th street for the last 30 minutes and counting

Crossing at 111th and Sacramento Ave. Blocked since 6:15 AM.
Are you on your way to work? Too bad.
Do you need an ambulance, fire truck or police...f... you.

If this happened in Evergreen Park, Sexton would have the engineer taken off the train in cuffs.

WHY IS THIS PRACTICE BEING ALLOWED TO CONTINUE?
WHY ISN'T THE TRAIN ENGINEER BEING ARRESTED?

TAKE THE BASTARD TO JAIL AND SORT OUT THE LEGALITIES LATER

SURELY SUCH AN ARREST WOULD BE NO MORE WRONG THAN BLOCKING A MAJOR ARTERIAL STEET FOR 30 MINUTES DURING RUSH HOUR



This crap is getting old......I hope they put the bad ones in jail

FBI agents raid ward office of Ald. Carrie Austin

The search marks the latest step in ongoing, widespread federal investigations of Chicago aldermen.


Federal agents on Wednesday afternoon remove boxes of material from the Far South Side office of Ald. Carrie Austin. 
Ashlee Rezin/Sun-Times

Ald. Carrie Austin (34th) was praising the Lord at a school event Wednesday morning, saying “today is a day truly that God has made because he made us the star of the show,” when federal agents a few miles away were thrusting her center stage into Chicago’s hottest criminal investigation.
While Austin was talking about a school mentoring program, alongside Mayor Lori Lightfoot at Percy Julian High School, FBI agents were raiding her ward office as part of the ongoing political corruption investigations of Chicago aldermen.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

The Day of the Ugly

Chicago cops cleared in racially charged shooting that sparked huge protests in Mount Greenwood
The 2016 shooting on West 111th Street touched off days of racial unrest in the Far Southwest Side neighborhood that is home to scores of city employees.

By Sam Charles Jun 18, 2019, 5:54pm CDT

Off-duty firefighter Ryne Kinsella gives CPR to Joshua Beal after he was shot by two off-duty Chicago police officers — Joseph Treacy (in red T-shirt) and Sgt. Thomas Derouin (in a black Sox sweatshirt over a white uniform shirt) — at 111th and Troy on Nov. 5, 2016.
More than two years after Chicago police officers shot and killed an African American man in a majority white neighborhood — one that’s home to scores of police officers and firefighters — the city’s

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

A once in a lifetime adventure.

What if this is true?

Ms. Republican Orange County 2019, on the way to the waste bin.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in an interview published Monday said the Republican Party is headed for the “waste bin of history.”

Newsom compared national Republicans to the GOP in California in the 1990s.

California Republicans were once a force, but have seen their power disappear over the last two decades.

Washington Republicans will "go the same direction — into the waste bin of history, the way Republicans of the '90s have gone. That’s exactly what will happen to this crop of national Republicans,” Newsom told Politico.

Former California Gov. Pete Wilson's (R) push for a ballot measure in 1994 that prohibited illegal

Leadership by Example


Mayor Lightfoot decides to not punish CPD second-in-command for Aruba vacation



Updated Jun 17 2019 10:05PM CDT

 - Mayor Lori Lightfoot was still upset over the weekend that Chicago's number two cop took his family to a Caribbean island.
But she's now decided to "move on."
While meeting in New York with billionaire Michael Bloomberg, J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon and other heavyweights, Mayor Lightfoot dealt with a more prosaic concern: the family vacation taken by the Chicago Police Department's first deputy superintendent, Anthony Riccio.

Lightfoot's spokeswoman wrote, "The mayor spoke directly with First Deputy Riccio earlier today, making clear her expectations for all police officers going forward and emphasizing the importance for CPD's exempt ranks to lead by example."
The mayor has asked top cops not to take vacations this summer and was surprised by Riccio's long-planned trip to the Caribbean. Riccio reportedly celebrated a daughter's graduation with a six-day trip to the Caribbean. He apparently pre-paid it, before Lightfoot's no time-off order. In the end, she decided to let it go.
"The mayor believes the issue is resolved," her spokeswoman said, "and she continues to have full confidence in the first deputy and every member of the Chicago Police Department."
The mayor's two-day trip to New York includes a meeting Tuesday with Mayor Bill De Blasio and a speech to a Democratic party LGBTQ group.
Lightfoot's trying to raise her national profile, recording an interview with Stephen Colbert to air on Thursday. She's due to return to Chicago Tuesday.
As the leader of Chiraq, I think Lightfoot will have a higher national profile soon enough.