Friends, we reflected before on the victory of the GOP mayoral candidate in Ft. Worth. It turns out that Republican wins in the Lone Star state went much further, and there are encouraging signs that Hispanics are continuing their rightward drift. Long may it last!
As you know, lefties say that the filibuster is...racist! Of course, they say everything is racist, so that's not news. Here's an interesting article that explores the long, complex history of the filibuster, which of course Democrats have been happy to use to their advantage in the past, and which they now find monstrously inconvenient.
Joe Biden is -- gulp! -- riding high right now, but for various reasons, as this article suggests, he's likely to have hit his high-water mark. Even assuming the economy and market remain robust (a big assumption), it's going to get harder and harder for Sleepy Joe to enact his agenda. This article suggests that, if he gets his precious "infrastructure" bills passed, he can consider himself a success. I disagree. No one cares about infrastructure. The Dems had big plans when they sailed into Washington as its new lords and masters in January. If all they get out of it is a few bridges and subsidizied child care, they will have come up practically empty. ** Note: there's a bonus insight at the end of this article: the Speaker of the House need not be an elected member of the House. Wow! Ergo, Trump could emerge as Speaker after January 2023 even if he doesn't run at all. **
Good news: Jeff Bezos will soon be blasted into space! The jokes practically tell themselves, right? Here's hoping that the vast majority of Big Tech tyrants join him in the vaccuum of space very soon.
The "progressive" attacks on poor Joe Manchin are growing more strident by the day. Of course, this comes as no surprise. Failing to end the filibuster and shove wokery down America's throat is tantamount to "white supremacy", dontcha know? If Joe is smart (and I wouldn't go that far), he'll join Team GOP, and quick!
Finally, good ole Liz Cheney is at it again. Anyone who meets with or humors Donald Trump in any way is "inexcusable", in her eyes, because he was guilty of "provoking an attack on the Capitol". Note to Trump: maybe it's time to consider running for the House from the great state of Wyoming??? Just sayin'...