Archive | March 1, 2021



CPAC news.


I was taught not to criticize people with health issues, an enemy of America is an exception.


Biden immediately gives the medal to traitor John Kerry to throw over the reinforced White House Fence.

What is going on here ?


Trump will keep working for MAGA.


The Warm Weather Editor:  Are there important things going on, LL ?

Other Things Cat:  There are a lot.  The R’s just had their CPAC meeting in Orlando.  I’m tired of politics.  I hope Trump’s policies continue to take over the old Republican DC Swamp Creature agenda.  Over 70 million Americans want secure borders, Make America Great Again (MAGA), made in America products-especially critical products, and a strong military.

I hope Trump visits every state registering and motivating the people.  I hope the R’s have strong candidates to run against officials who voted for impeachment or for D’s programs.

They  want products critical to our survival made in America.  The billions of dollars from China influence what our colleges and universities teach and produce–never mind their GENOCIDE/SLAVE problem.  Hunter still has the Chinese deal.

This is a read-bump, kind of like a speed bump in residential areas to slow Tiger Woods down.  It gives our loyal readers a kind-of-break.

China says Trump left a note that the Democrats preferred anal swabs over regular SARS-CoV-2 test.

Here is a great Trump moment.  Biden just bombed Syria 02-26-21.

Trump was called a murderer for killing the terrorist, he said they could call him any name.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Pelican Nebula in Red and Blue
Image Credit & Copyright: M. Petrasko, M. Evenden, U. Mishra (Insight Obs.)

Explanation: The Pelican Nebula is changing. The entire nebula, officially designated IC 5070, is divided from the larger North America Nebula by a molecular cloud filled with dark dust. The Pelican, however, is particularly interesting because it is an unusually active mix of star formation and evolving gas clouds. The featured picture was processed to bring out two main colors, red and blue, with the red dominated by light emitted by interstellar hydrogen. Ultraviolet light emitted by young energetic stars is slowly transforming cold gas in the nebula to hot gas, with the advancing boundary between the two, known as an ionization front, visible in bright red across the image center. Particularly dense tentacles of cold gas remain. Millions of years from now this nebula might no longer be known as the Pelican, as the balance and placement of stars and gas will surely leave something that appears completely different.

Tomorrow’s picture: more from mars