Twitter couldn’t be any worse.
Maybe Hillgal and the other 51 traitors will see justice. All will use a senility defense, like Biden, when their time comes.
It’s reporting in a biased media. Let them loose. Vote Democratic.
Kamala and the MSM are all commies.
Adams is just another creep, drunk with power. The public needs to have a big protest.
BLM has always been a criminal enterprise, with sanctuary state politicians not prosecuting their murders and other crimes. Oh, I almost forgot the media’s collusion.
The law-enforcement breakdown contributes to Police Officers being killed.
More stories of lefties trying to reach mediocrity.
The dems want to take all rights reserved for the states.
New Jersey has a bad rap, it is the Garden State. No one with toll money for the bridges lives in New York.
Clean up the Disney cesspool.
The Top Editor: What are your superlatives, LL ?
Be All You Can Be Cat: Here are some examples of excellence in various categories, just like jeopardy. The first is Classic Hollywood Memoirs.
These are two women with real influence in Hollywood’s Golden Age. Unlike Pigleosi they received no tax money or government contracts for their husbands.
Take a trip on a train.
If you don’t go to Disney, you can make this happen in America.
Here is a top 10, which is actually a 100.
These are just opinions.
Here is one of The Sphinx’s top 10 ” Rock & Roll ” songs.
Unlike most entries in Charles Messier’s famous catalog of deep sky objects, M24 is not a bright galaxy, star cluster, or nebula. It’s a gap in nearby, obscuring interstellar dust clouds that allows a view of the distant stars in the Sagittarius spiral arm of our Milky Way galaxy. When you gaze at the star cloud with binoculars or small telescope you are looking through a window over 300 light-years wide at stars some 10,000 light-years or more from Earth. Sometimes called the Small Sagittarius Star Cloud, M24’s luminous stars fill this gorgeous starscape. Covering over 3 degrees or the width of 6 full moons in the constellation Sagittarius, the telescopic field of view includes dark markings B92 and B93 just above center, along with other clouds of dust and glowing nebulae toward the center of the Milky Way.
Tomorrow’s picture: pixels in space