Category Archives: Blogosphere

The feds are in Broward

At the request of Florida state law enforcement and elections, federal prosecutors are investigating election fraud in Broward County.

Via Gateway Pundit

Moochele book review

“All in all, The Prestigious Middle Finger Book Review gives  Michelle Obama’s Memoir ‘Becoming’ 2 of 7 Stars. It’s printed on really nice quality paper and is quite hefty for it’s size, so if you happen to receive a copy as a gift this holiday season, it will make an excellent doorstop and the cover image should help keep rodents at bay.”

Heh

Gab’s back

Thanks to a domain-hosting site in Seattle (of all places). Epik’s CEO blogged their reasoning for picking up where GoDaddy (mine own domain host) left off:

“Although, I did not take the decision lightly to accept this domain registration, I look forward to partnering with a young, and once brash, CEO who is courageously doing something that looks useful. As I reflect on my own journey as a truth-seeking tech entrepreneur, I have no doubt that Andrew [Torba, Gab’s CEO] will continue to develop not only as tech entrepreneur but also as a responsible steward — one that can balance bravado with diplomacy and who tempers courage with humility.”

Good luck weathering the digital censorship  storm Epik, and welcome back  to Gab.

Via GeekWire

Sheld Nails Her

Liz Sheld, PJMedia’s Live Blog-ger nails the Hildabeast to the wall with this line:

“… that dried up bag of drunken failure…”

Oh yeah.

Via PJMedia

Space Elevator Redux

The space elevator “games” of yore seem to have petered out, but here’s a new Japanese experiment that may lead to something more permanent.

“The ISS experiment, dubbed Space Tethered Autonomous Robotic Satellite–Mini elevator, or STARS-Me, was devised by physicists from Japan’s Shizuoka University. It will simulate on a small scale the conditions that the components of such a system would encounter. Cameras will examine the movement of a pair of tiny “cubesats” along a 10-meter tether in a weightless environment.”

Environmentalists probably would kill any American attempt to build one, but some other country (like Japan) might get it done.

Via Instapundit

Leftist mob scene at UT Austin

“A large group of students became enraged Tuesday [October 2] afternoon by a pro-Brett Kavanaugh tabling effort at the University of Texas at Austin put together by its Young Conservatives of Texas chapter. A crowd of furious students encircled the group and yelled at its members while chanting obscenities and destroying their signs.”

The worst part is that none of this leftist mob will be disciplined because the administrators agree with them. Austin is the blue hole in the red Texas donut. This is pure political corruption—when one intolerant side attempts to physically dominate the other. Outside help is needed.

Time to get the Republican Legislature involved.

Via Instapundit

Dim hypocrisy

The Dims liked to say that poor Christine Fraud (Doctor Christine Fraud to you plebs, though she’s not an MD) had nothing to gain by accusing Judge Kavanaugh of sexual assault. Uh, not so fast.

First of all—besides her GoFundMe of almost a million dollars, probably paid by Soros—there’s the book deal…

Via Instapundit

UPDATE:  From commenter CoogsHouse713 at Instapundit: “The book deals for books that nobody buys, speaker fees, and GoFundMe accounts are modern day forms of money laundering, bribery, and corruption.”

MORE: Althouse commenter Priscilla on SNL’s “fearless comedy”: “There was potentially more actual humor to be had in parodying the 6-year old voice and bizarre child-like demeanor of the 51-year old Ford. But we must take the ‘victim’ very seriously and never doubt that she is disingenuous…” Which is why she’ll make the big bucks.