Trump Nazis Must Die

Adam Pally, an actor I never heard of, apparently the star of yet another time travel TV series I never heard of, knows what he would do if he could go back in time for real:

TMZ: … Instead of asking what time period do you want to go to, if you could go back and spend an hour with anyone in history, who would you want to spend an hour with? And who would you not want to spend an hour with?

Pally: I’d have to kill Trump or Hitler.

Pally: Maybe I’d have to go back and love them more.

TMZ: Love them more?

Pally: So they wouldn’t do these things.

See? All Trump and Hitler needed was a little love.

That’s nice.

Daily Wire

Todaze Smoking Gun

From the President’s Weekly Intelligence Briefing:


Judge not, lest ye be judged

Judged they were
and found wanting

In one of the most ruthless opinions issued of fellow panel judges, five judges from across the political spectrum in the Ninth Circuit went out of their way to issue an opinion about a dismissed appeal, to remind everybody just how embarrassingly bad the prior Ninth Circuit stay panel decision was on Trump’s travel ban.

The language of the opinion was almost Scalian: the five Ninth Circuit judges noted their “obligation to correct” the “manifest” errors so bad that the “fundamental” errors “confound Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit precedent.” The district court questioned any judge issuing a “nationwide TRO” “without making findings of fact or conclusions of law” on the merits of the matter and conducting published opinions on seminal matters of national security based on “oral argument by phone involving four time zones.”

Aside from the procedural defects of the process, the five panel jurists then noted the deep legal problems with the panel’s order: its a-historicity, it’s abdication of precedent, and its usurpation of Constitutionally delegated Presidential rights.
[RTWT it's delicious]

A spanking! A spanking!

(but, no, not, you know… that kind)
Cultural ref
Cultural ref’s cultural ref

ToDaZeD Quote of Teh Day


“Unless we keep the barbarian virtues, gaining the civilized ones will be of little avail.”
— Theodore Roosevelt

Lest Anyone Was Cornfuzzzed

Take A Stand!!

A Bull Market is a financial market of a group of securities in which prices are rising or are expected to rise.

Bull markets are characterized by optimism, investor confidence and expectations that strong results should continue.

Bull Market :: Good

A Bear Market is a condition in which securities prices fall and widespread pessimism causes the stock market’s downward spiral to be self-sustaining.

Bear Market :: Bad

So, this:

That’s a bronze statue of a little girl — looks to be about six or eight — standing in defiance of the bronze Bull statue on Wall Street.

In opposition to The Bull.

They call it “Fearless Girl”.

State Street Global Advisors, which manages some $2.5 trillion in assets, signaled its solidarity with International Women’s Day … a roughly 50-inch-tall bronze statue of a defiant girl in front of Wall Street’s iconic charging-bull statue…

Fearless Girl is part of State Street’s campaign to pressure companies to add more women to their boards.

A company managing $2.5 trillion in assets sponsored a statue of a “defiant” child standing against an optimistic market.

Divest! Divest!! Divest!!!

oh, and…

The fund managers at State Street don’t pick stocks. As such, State Street is what’s known as a “passive” manager, meaning that all its various funds track the performance of indexes. As a result, its managers don’t have the ability to choose not to invest in a particular company: They do as the index dictates. In recent years, as more and more money has gone into passive funds, there’s been a burgeoning worry that it is undermining the power that investors have to shape society; one widely circulated report put out by the money-management firm Sanford Bernstein was titled “The Silent Road to Serfdom: Why Passive Investing Is Worse Than Marxism”.


The social function of active management, in a capitalist society, is that it seeks to direct capital to its most productive end, facilitating sustainable job creation and a rise in the aggregate standard of living. And rather than be guided by the Invisible Hand and profit motive, capital allocation under Marxism is conducted by an oh-so-visible hand aimed at producing use-values that satisfy each member of the society’s needs. Seen through this lens, passive management is somewhat tantamount to a nihilistic approach to capital allocation.

any dots here?

fair trade

Think this thing through, guys.

Turkey’s red meat association has ordered a consignment of prize Dutch cattle to be sent back to the Netherlands, saying it no longer wants to farm the cows due to the diplomatic crisis between the countries.

[A] symbolic consignment of 40 Holstein Friesian cattle was already being sent back to the Netherlands.

“If they don’t accept them back then we will distribute the cuts” after slaughter …. [story]

No comment on whether The Netherlands will reciprocate with their Turkish immigrants.

Erdogan’s current outraged whine is about the Dutch bein’ Nazis, so…

Trump incompetent with personal finances

UPDATE: If you’ve digested the internet, today, you’ve prob’ly already run across most, if not all, of my jokes below (original at the time I posted ‘em); sooo they’re pretty stale by now, aaand I won’t be offended if you skip this post. Just sayin’…

In a tradition of journalistic level-headedness,
MSNBC fiiinally got the goods on ol’ Trump. Yessiree bob!
The Prog media see his tax returns as kind of The Holy Grail

[cue: dancing around and waving papers]
We have his tax retur-urns!
We have his tax retur-urns!
Nya nya nya nya nyaaa nya!

Quick! Open ‘em up and let’s see what…

The tax forms made public Tuesday night showed that Donald Trump paid $38 million in federal income taxes on reported income of $150 million in 2005. That would give him an effective tax rate of around 25 percent–far above the rates most very wealthy people paid in the same year.

The average effective rate for the top 1% of income earners in 2005 was 19.7 percent …. In other words, … Trump was one of the top tax payers back in 2005. [story]


When you try to go all Geraldo & Capone’s vault on a president’s ass,
and when you aid and abet a felony to do that,
you need to choose your Holy Grails wisely.

Now, mebbe I’m just cynical, but a really good Prog propagandist would spin this as Trump being too incompetent to hire a good tax accountant (UPDATE: not a real issue, since he paid the alternative minimum tax, not hsi income tax liability which was far less). Heck, Hillary wouldn’t have paid nearly that much.
Wait… better one: Trump, himself, was the leaker. *heheee*

All is as I have foreseen.
However, I’m getting more and more skeptical about the authenticity of this whole story.

Dang! I missed one.
I continually underestimate Prog journalism’s incompetence.

(What? Well, yeah, okay, but Putin goes without saying.)

And anyway further, we all know what the media was looking for here: Proof that Trump paid no taxes, or took a deduction for $17 million for “Kompromat payoffs to Vlad” and “Business Entertainment Expenses for Business Entertainment Hookers With Really Big Tits and Really Small Bladders.” [Speaking of Putin…]



There you go, again.*

Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway said that “for as long as he can remember” students and parents have expressed “frustrations” over the gender-specific nature of “freshman.” [story]

Only a jackass Prog would claim to be a non-gender-specific “feminist” with a straight face.

Congratulations, Yale, you win today’s award
* Historical ref
Previously on KisP

wee olive

It’s Monday, an’ I got nuthin’.

~ story ~
Title cultural ref
(1966 sucked, as the Beatles continued to ruin rock & roll)

There is another

Don’t worry, General Jakov*
the other one’s just a jerk

No, I don’t attribute this to an ignorance of biology, just bloody-minded jackassedness.

(What? No, if it were about equality, her bill would merely require the same procedures for men seeking abortions.)
* Gneral Nikolai Jakov, head of the KGB in Archer
(no cultural ref link needed, I don’t think, at least I hope not)

More “biology”

May have to award a couple of these, today