Archive | February 27, 2020



New Acting DNI’s Mandate: Clean the House, Conduct Top to Bottom Review of DNI Operations

Commie Sue Finds The Perfect Candidate (Part I)


The Editor: What’s the deal with Justice, LL ?

Justice is Blind Cat: The President and Senate seem to have made a difference in court decisions. The first one is this.

Here is another Supreme approved action.

The Communist Ninth Circuit, located in California, is turning around.

“Shock wave”: LA Times troubled by Trump’s “flipping” of the 9th Circuit

I hope Trump has enough time to clear the schools of degenerate, depraved, and debauched teachers/unions/school boards. It seems that the courts have to do everything.

I cat-like these. Trump and Cruz are busy.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Two Hemisphere Night Sky
Image Credit & Copyright: Petr Horálek/ESO, Juan Carlos Casado/IAC (TWAN)

Explanation: The Sun is hidden by a horizon that runs across the middle in this two hemisphere view of Earth’s night sky. The digitally stitched mosaics were recorded from corresponding latitudes, one 29 degrees north and one 29 degrees south of the planet’s equator. On top is the northern view from the IAC observatory at La Palma taken in February 2020. Below is a well-matched southern scene from the ESO La Silla Observatory recorded in April 2016. In this projection, the Milky Way runs almost vertically above and below the horizon. Its dark clouds and and bright nebulae are prominent near the galactic center in the lower half of the frame. In the upper half, brilliant Venus is immersed in zodiacal light. Sunlight faintly scattered by interplanetary dust, the zodiacal light traces the Solar System’s ecliptic plane in a complete circle through the starry sky. Large telescope domes bulge along the inverted horizon from La Silla while at La Palma, multi-mirror Magic telescopes stand above center. Explore this two hemisphere night sky and you can also find the Andromeda Galaxy and the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds.

Tomorrow’s picture: pixels in space