Daily Archives: November 7, 2018

Hot Take: Gerrymandering Doomed Democrats Taking Back The Senate

I may be writing this late in the afternoon, but I ran across this early this morning, and it is as scorching of a hot take as they come This is perhaps the worst whiny take from Democrats on why they didn't take the Senate https://t.co/TAhMnhdvbP — WilliamTeach2 (@WTeach2) November 7, 2018 The original was […]

If All You See…

…are horrible burgers from evil carbon polluting cows, you might just be a Warmist The blog of the day is Jo Nova, with a post on the new top predator in the ecosphere.

‘Climate Change’ Went Down Hard In Mid-Terms

It did, it really did. This is what happens when people realize that they actually have to pay for their beliefs, that it won’t just be Someone Else paying "Ballot measures taking aim at climate change fall short..Initiatives in Arizona, Colorado and Washington that would have propped up renewable energy and tamped down on fossil […]

New Twitter Account

I got the permanent suspension from Twitter, and, of course, they do not explain why, even after asking them a second time. I’m assuming it is simply due to being a conservative. My new account is @WTeach2, or just click here. Follow me and I’ll follow back. Have to rebuild.

Non-Citizens Should Totally Be Allowed To Vote Or Something

By non-citizens, Ron Hayduk of Jacobin means illegal aliens, and really exposes what the Democrat agenda is all about Why Non-Citizens Should Be Allowed to Vote Imagine: what if today, instead of being consigned to the shadows, the more than 22 million noncitizen immigrants in the US were heading to the polls? Sound preposterous? Voting by non-citizens […]

Election 2018: Dems Get A Small Wave For The House, GOP Keeps The Senate

Congratulations, Democrats! You did what pretty much happens in a good chunk of mid-terms (Fox News) Democrats reclaimed control of the House of Representatives Tuesday night after eight long years out of power, dealing a major setback to President Trump’s legislative agenda — but Republicans were able to expand their narrow Senate majority and, with it, […]

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