This mother should thank her lucky stars that she doesn’t live in NYC, Chicago, D.C., Baltimore, or any other viper pits controlled by Democrats.

Soros and Biden  are loyal commie mascots.


One thing, for sure, Trump will make Pigwoman and sometimes husband Paul Pelosi return all their riches acquired from insider trading on stocks.


The Unusual Animal Editor:  For our readers who aren’t particularly sports fans, what is a mascot, LL ?

Here is an official definition.

These are some unusual ones.

The sausage races are tough to beat.

So are the Rhode Island School of Design Scrotums.  I wonder if Toobin from CNN was a mascot ?


The Mega-Millions drawing Friday will be worth over 1 Billion, enough to buy your Senators and HOR members.  The Honey Bee store should be changed to maggot store, it is slimy.

This what the dems and left want with your children.  It is sickening.


They lie-know that you know-and the media knows, but says nothing.


This looks like another leak.

Repel those bugs.

All these losers need 2 staff members.  Additional staff should not be paid with tax money.

Joe and the Democrats are deliberately causing problems to destroy America.  Can you think of anything they have done except kill 2 terrorist ?

Liberal Rhode Island is another winner.  For our history challenged readers, millions of Jews were burned in ovens.

Live vertically.

The dems want to move the early primary voting to anywhere less White than Maine, New Hampshire, etc.


I guess there is still “Hope In The Pope”

A woman was at her hairdresser’s getting her hair styled for a trip to Rome with her husband. She mentioned the trip to the hairdresser, who responded:
“Rome? Why would anyone want to go there? It’s crowded and dirty. You’re crazy to go to Rome. So, how are you getting there?”

“We’re taking Continental,” was the reply. “We got a great rate!”
“Continental?” exclaimed the hairdresser.” That’s a terrible airline. Their planes are old, their flight attendants are ugly, and they’re always late. So, where are you staying in Rome?”

“We’ll be at this exclusive little place over on Rome’s Tiber River called Teste.”
“Don’t go any further. I know that place. Everybody thinks its gonna be something special and exclusive, but it’s really a dump.”

“We’re also going to go to see the Vatican and maybe get to see the Pope.”
“That’s rich,” laughed the hairdresser. “You and a million other people trying to see him. He’ll look the size of an ant. Boy, good luck on this lousy trip of yours. You’re going to need it.”

A month later, the woman again came in for a hairdo. The hairdresser asked her about her trip to Rome.

“It was wonderful,” explained the woman, “not only were we on time in one of Continental’s brand new planes, but it was overbooked, and they bumped us up to first class. The food and wine were wonderful, and I had a handsome 28-year-old steward who waited on me hand and foot.

And the hotel was great! They’d just finished a $5 million remodeling job, and now it’s a jewel, the finest hotel in the city. They, too, were overbooked, so they apologized and gave us their owner’s suite at no extra charge!”

“Well,” muttered the hairdresser, “that’s all well and good, but I know you didn’t get to see the Pope.”

“Actually, we were quite lucky, because as we toured the Vatican, a Swiss Guard tapped me on the shoulder, and explained that the Pope likes to meet some of the visitors, and if I’d be so kind as to step into his private room and wait, the Pope would personally greet me. Sure enough, five minutes later, the Pope walked through the door and shook my hand! I knelt down and he spoke a few words to me.”

“Oh, really! What’d he say?”

He said: “Who messed up your hair?”


Let this sink in….


Astronomy Picture of the Day

SOFIA’s Southern Lights
Image Credit & Copyright: Ian Griffin (Otago Museum)

Explanation: SOFIA, the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, is a Boeing 747SP aircraft modified to carry a large reflecting telescope into the stratosphere. The ability of the airborne facility to climb above about 99 percent of Earth’s infrared-blocking atmosphere has allowed researchers to observe from almost anywhere over the planet. On a science mission flying deep into the southern auroral oval, astronomer Ian Griffin, director of New Zealand’s Otago Museum, captured this view from the observatory’s south facing starboard side on July 17. Bright star Canopus shines in the southern night above curtains of aurora australis, or southern lights. The plane was flying far south of New Zealand at the time at roughly 62 degrees southern latitude. Unfortunately, after a landing at Christchurch severe weather damaged SOFIA requiring repairs and the cancellation of the remainder of its final southern hemisphere deployment.

Tomorrow’s picture: an eagle rises