Look Out, Nancy Pelosi–There’s A New Sheriff In Town!

I have seen the future of the Democratic Party, and (I hope) its name is Sheriff Scott Israel

It’s another #MAGA Monday episode, featuring radio talk host and CNN regular Ben Ferguson.

Why the Democrat’s rebuttal memo is biting them in the rebut;

And Mona Charen takes on the Trumpistas at CPAC—and lives to tell the tale! 

It’s all here on the podcast. Like it or hate it, please call the Confession Hotline and share your take: 617-903-TALK (8255)

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  1. Joshua Bissey Coolidge

    I believe Deputy Fife has grounds for a defamation suit, Mr. Graham. How dare you?

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    • February 26, 2018, at 7:41 AM PST
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  2. rdowhower Coolidge

    Mona should name names. Maybe she did at CPAC. Otherwise, she’s making sweeping generalizations that don’t ring true to my experience. I also hope she doesn’t think Jonah and John Podhoretz are funny for their apparent obsession with sexually crude jokes and morally loose movies, which cannot help but contribute to the moral depravity of the culture.

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    • February 26, 2018, at 8:17 AM PST
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  3. Peter Meza Member
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    The sinister origins of the square root symbol:

    Square root. The first use of a capital
R with a diagonal line was in 1220 by Leonardo of Pisa in Practica geometriae, where the symbol meant “square root” (Cajori vol. 1, page 90).

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    • February 26, 2018, at 9:41 AM PST
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  4. Michael Graham Contributor

    Peter Meza (View Comment):
    The sinister origins of the square root symbol:

    Square root. The first use of a capital
R with a diagonal line was in 1220 by Leonardo of Pisa in Practica geometriae, where the symbol meant “square root” (Cajori vol. 1, page 90).

    This is the Math Mayhem police. Your post is a violation of the Semi-Automatic Symbols Act. Due to the nature of your crime and the danger your use of unauthorized hypoteni and unlicensed cosines poses to the community, we have alerted Sheriff Scott Israel.

    Do NOT be surprised if you see an armed deputy hiding in your driveway, before slinking off to the nearest Dunkin’ Donuts.

    You have been warned.

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    • February 26, 2018, at 10:23 AM PST
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  5. LibertyDefender Member

    rdowhower (View Comment):
    Mona should name names. Maybe she did at CPAC. Otherwise, she’s making sweeping generalizations that don’t ring true to my experience.

    Don’t hold your breath. I’ve been asking Never Trumpers to name names for over a year now. (I’ve also asked them to explain what it means for a sitting President to be “wholly unfit for office.”)

    But Mona did point out that she’s talking about important issues here! Not taxes, regulation, foreign policy, deregulation, mind you. Rather, important issues about how Trump and Roy Moore offend her tony upscale northern Virginia suburban sensibilities.

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    • February 26, 2018, at 11:23 AM PST
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  6. filmklassik Member

    LibertyDefender (View Comment):

    rdowhower (View Comment):
    Mona should name names. Maybe she did at CPAC. Otherwise, she’s making sweeping generalizations that don’t ring true to my experience.

    Don’t hold your breath. I’ve been asking Never Trumpers to name names for over a year now. (I’ve also asked them to explain what it means for a sitting President to be “wholly unfit for office.”)

    But Mona did point out that she’s talking about important issues here! Not taxes, regulation, foreign policy, deregulation, mind you. Rather, important issues about how Trump and Roy Moore offend her tony upscale northern Virginia suburban sensibilities.

    The President is more than just a Chief Executive. His office is ceremonial too. He represents the country. Through his public pronouncements and public behavior, he serves as a kind of ambassador for who we are as a nation. And Mona, and NeverGenerals in general, do not want someone of low character representing us.

    In 2016 that meant NeverHillary. And it also meant NeverTrump.

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    • February 26, 2018, at 1:31 PM PST
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  7. Jim Wright Coolidge

    It was my understanding that there would be no math…

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    • February 26, 2018, at 6:46 PM PST
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