Justice Breyer is retiring.  Biden’s choices for a replacement are Kamala, Michelle Obama, Stacey Abrams, Pramila Jayapal, Aunt Jemima, Whoopie Goldberg, and Maxine Waters.

Maybe Senators Sinema and Manchin want a Conservative Justice.


If you didn’t know that China owns us, you haven’t been reading The Sphinx.  Read this new number 1 best selling book.  Check it out from the library, if you don’t want to buy it.  There is another book with the same name without the hyphen.


Our loyal readers, especially in the Northeast, should be prepared for weekend weather.

This would be great.  He could investigate the HOR criminals.  It would give CNN and MSNBC real news to misreport.

Maybe the R’s could unsneak the illegals to Biden’s beach house, or Obama’s mansion on Martha’s Vineyard.


Biden is considering answering questions at a press conference.

Do you really know what your devices are recording ?


Good luck with the Wuhan Flu.

Break these monopolies up.

The FBI is an arm of the Dems.


The Prosecutor Editor:  Who are the criminals today, LL ?

Dick Tracy Cat:  I like the diplomats first–they have immunity–like politicians and the rich.

How sad, the crime is moving into Hollywood.

Ninety shipping containers a day were broken into in Los Angeles ( a sanctuary city ).

We know Fauci is innocent.

I couldn’t tell if Miley Cyrus was attending or not.  Maybe it was the University of Michigan President.

Dirty earbuds are a crime.

Who knows about smart guns ?

The New York Mayor lets another business die because of crime. He says crime is a perception.  He is the product of graft and corruption.

California dreaming.  The California dream was killed by Liberalism and Democratic Politicians.





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Astronomy Picture of the Day

South of Orion
Image Credit & Copyright: Vikas Chander

Explanation: South of the large star-forming region known as the Orion Nebula, lies bright blue reflection nebula NGC 1999. At the edge of the Orion molecular cloud complex some 1,500 light-years distant, NGC 1999’s illumination is provided by the embedded variable star V380 Orionis. The nebula is marked with a dark sideways T-shape at center right in this telescopic vista that spans about two full moons on the sky. Its dark shape was once assumed to be an obscuring dust cloud seen in silhouette. But infrared data suggest the shape is likely a hole blown through the nebula itself by energetic young stars. In fact, this region abounds with energetic young stars producing jets and outflows with luminous shock waves. Cataloged as Herbig-Haro (HH) objects, named for astronomers George Herbig and Guillermo Haro, the shocks have intense reddish hues. HH1 and HH2 are just below and right of NGC 1999. HH222, also known as the Waterfall nebula, looks like a red gash near top right in the frame. To create the shocks stellar jets push through the surrounding material at speeds of hundreds of kilometers per second.

Tomorrow’s picture: the western eastern sea