The Editor: Can you explain the actions of Liberals, Progressives, and Democrats LL ?
Constitution Cat: No. They are uninformed, stupid, or want more power, money, and your rights which are protected by the Constitution.
This is how crazy they are. They support the entire GLBTQ idea. The problem is you can’t support opposing ideas. Go figure.
Here is an example of being uninformed or just Adam Schiff stupid.
Pigleosi has gone back to Californication to tend her vineyards. Impeachment is a distant memory in her tormented Trumpized mind.
Here are some surprises.
The Circle Game has been around for over sixty ( 60 ) years.
I think this article is cat-funny. Hunter Biden doesn’t want to release his tax records in a paternity lawsuit, but Trump is in court for protecting his from DemoNazis in the House. Hunter gave grandpa Presidential Candidate Joe Biden a Love Grand Child.
Say it ain’t so Hunter. Don’t try to pay in Rubles or Hryvnias.
An assistant to Nancy Pelosi told her she had a fantastic dream last night. There was a humongous parade in Washington celebrating Pelosi. Millions lined the parade route, cheering when Nancy went past. Bands were playing; children were throwing confetti into the air; there were balloons everywhere. It was the biggest celebration Washington had ever seen.
Nancy was very impressed and said, “That’s really great! By the way, how did I look in your dream? Was my hair okay?”
Her assistant said, “I couldn’t tell, the casket was closed.”
A Northern Winter Sky Panorama
Image Credit & Copyright: Tomas Slovinsky
Explanation: What stars shine in Earth’s northern hemisphere during winter? The featured image highlights a number of bright stars visible earlier this month. The image is a 360-degree horizontal-composite panorama of 66 vertical frames taken consecutively with the same camera and from the same location at about 2:30 am. Famous stars visible in the picture include Castor & Pollux toward the southeast on the left, Sirius just over the horizon toward the south, Capella just over the arch of the Milky Way Galaxy toward the west, and Polaris toward the north on the right. Captured by coincidence is a meteor on the far left. In the foreground is the Museum of the Orava Village in Zuberec, Slovakia. This village recreates rural life in the region hundreds of years ago, while the image captures a timeless sky surely familar to village residents, a sky also shared with northern residents around the world.
Tomorrow’s picture: sun ring