Trump in a state we need to win back.
DeSantis is right, you can’t give the dem creatures anything. I remember when abortion was supposed to keep women from dying in a back-alley-rusty-coat-hanger procedure, not a form of birth control.
A little justice.
I wonder if this person is employed by the FBI or CIA ?
A Conservative talk-show host raises over $100,000.00 for AOC’s grandmother.
Washington State to relocate all White people to Finland. Only native Black people will live and visit in the new state of Bill Cosby-Al Sharpton.
Our critical-race theory.
Those mischievous Black Power members.
China puts nuclear war on the table.
Public schools are government institutions.
Joe wouldn’t let the AMVETS use the Pentagon Parking Lot.
The Weird Stuff Editor: Are there many weird things going on, LL ?
They Are Crazy Cat: I need a vaCATion. One North Carolina county makes a stand.
Cuomo is a real NY Rat. Voters need to be woked on politicians stealing tax money.
DeSantis takes on Nikki–she is one k short of being a true dem.
Hunter is a chip off the old block.
Vermont and Rhode Island will have to be taken back from the liberal Republicans & Democrats.
It might be too late to change your mind.
In New York City you have to be a Democrat groper to hold office.
A Bright Nova in Cassiopeia
Image Credit & Copyright: Chuck Ayoub
Explanation: What’s that new spot of light in Cassiopeia? A nova. Although novas occur frequently throughout the universe, this nova, known as Nova Cas 2021 or V1405 Cas, became so unusually bright in the skies of Earth last month that it was visible to the unaided eye. Nova Cas 2021 first brightened in mid-March but then, unexpectedly, became even brighter in mid-May and remained quite bright for about a week. The nova then faded back to early-May levels, but now is slightly brightening again and remains visible through binoculars. Identified by the arrow, the nova occurred toward the constellation of Cassiopeia, not far from the Bubble Nebula. A nova is typically caused by a thermonuclear explosion on the surface of a white dwarf star that is accreting matter from a binary-star companion — although details of this outburst are currently unknown. Novas don’t destroy the underlying star, and are sometimes seen to recur. The featured image was created from 14 hours of imaging from Detroit, Michigan, USA. Both professional and amateur astronomers will likely continue to monitor Nova Cas 2021 and hypothesize about details of its cause.
Tomorrow’s picture: Jupiter happy