Saturday Links

A collection of posts from this week that I found interesting.

Evi L Bloggerlady starts us off with Unplanned: A Review.

SiGraybeard – Plastic Bag Bans – Hurting the Environment and Making People Sicker.

The Other McCain Border Crisis at ‘Breaking Point’ in Texas.

Democrats have embraced an anti-American ideology on immigration, taking the side of foreign law-breakers against U.S. law enforcement.

Smitty at The Other McCain – Operation ‘Unplanned’ Maintenance.

Ace at Ace of Spades HQ – Statistics And Probability In Scientific Research Is Immensely Complicated, And Is Almost Always Misinterpreted By The Media And Especially By Juries.

Don Surber – Reporters fear retribution. They should.

President Trump has exposed the newspapers for what they are: Pravda with sports coverage.

And again from Don Surber – The prescience of Donald Trump.

This is the national emergency that President Trump predicted. All the self-appointed experts were wrong.

The Pirate’s Cove – Life Under Modern Socialism: Venezuela To Ration Electricity.

This only applies to Venezuelans in certain areas who still have working electricity, of course

Vodka Pundit – Surprise! NYC Losing Restaurant Jobs to $15 Minimum Wage.

The Geller Report – Jihad-Rep Ilhan Omar Refuses To Condemn Gays Being Stoned To Death.

The Daley Gator – Remember when I said the Left would weaponize #MeToo?.

Stately McDaniel Manor – Jussie Smollett: Fighter For Social Justice.

Just how much immunity from the consequences of one’s actions does being Black, gay, and a pal of the Obamas buy?

Professor David Yamane of Gun Curious – The Continuing Expansion of Permitless Concealed Carry Laws in the United States.

Michelle Malkin – Nancy Pelosi’s perv problem.

The latest beneficiary of her soft-glove treatment is former Vice President and potential 2020 Democratic presidential aspirant Joe Biden — a.k.a. the veep creep.

And again from Stately McDaniel Manor – License To Kill: The Murder Of Erik Scott, 02-27-19 Update.

Television has long portrayed the FBI as staffed with brilliant, dedicated and near-supernatural profilers and investigators who always catch the bad guy, arrive in the nick of time, know all there is to know, and are paragons of virtue. Recent events suggest that fictional portrayal of the FBI is, well, fictional

I hope your weekend is off to good start.

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