Bits & Bytes

1st AMENDMENT: On Monday, SCOTUS ruled unanimously that the city of Boston violated the First Amendment by refusing to allow the flying a Christian flag in front of city hall. The city has allowed dozens of specialty flags to fly on the third pole, but balked at one with a cross on it. Justice Breyer wrote, “Boston’s lack of meaningful involvement … leads the Court to classify the third-party flag raisings as private, not government, speech.”

2d AMENDMENT: CLICK [1:39] to hear how a really stupid criminal bought the farm. I’m trying not to giggle, cuz you know, the guy is dead. But dayum, he should definitely be up for a Darwin Award after this stunt.

EASTER MEDITATION: [9:00] – There are two kinds of people, those who value God over all and those who value something other than God over all. It is the essence of free will that God allows us not only to choose the latter in this life, but for all eternity.

FAUXTUS: CLICK [:05] to hear Senile Joe say there has never been a senator from Delaware. Apart from the fact that Delaware has always had a Senator, because you know the Constitution, Joe himself squatted in that chair from January 3, 1973 until January 15, 2009.

FOOD PROCESSING PLANT: ANOTHER fire at ANOTHER plant … this time a Perdue Farms facility in Virginia. Thankfully, this one was contained quickly and the damage is not expected to have a huge impact on the plant’s operation.

HYPOCRISY: Nina Jankowicz is head of FAUXTUS’ new Disinformation Governance board. Her entire job will be to use the power of the Executive branch to stifle speech that Democrats don’t like. But when Trump was in office, she said, “Imagine that, you know, with President Trump right now calling all of these news organizations that have inconvenient for him stories that they — that they’re getting out there that he’s calling fake news, and now lashing out at platforms. I would never want to see our executive branch have that sort of power.

MEDIA: MSDNC’s Mehdir Hasan went on a hate speech binge earlier this week, spewing Leftist bilge like “America’s far left wants to give us free health care and free child care. America’s far right wants to give us white supremacy and no democracy.”

Wait, wut? It isn’t a Republican president who just set up a Ministry of Truth! But it gets better …

And this asymmetrical polarization of U.S. politics would be laughable if it weren’t so horrifying. We are living through an unspeakably dangerous moment, the pro-QAnon, pro-neo-Nazi faction of the Republican Party is poised to expand dramatically come the midterms. We’re just two years away from Donald Trump very possibly reseizing executive power.

If that happens, we may look back on this past week as a pivotal moment, when a petulant and not-so-bright billionaire casually bought one of the world’s most influential messaging machines and just handed it to the far right.”

Elon Musk responded with, “NBC basically saying Republicans are Nazis … Same org that covered up Hunter Biden laptop story, had Harvey Weinstein story early & killed it & built Matt Lauer his rape office. Lovely people.”

MET GALA: This picture of a Black man all masked up and on his knees fixing the Red Queen’s dress should never be forgotten. It sums up the Democratic Party’s century’s long attitude toward Blacks and its current hypocritical “masks for thee but not for me” attitude.

MIDTERMS: Not gonna hold my breath waiting on Dems to scream about how billionaires should butt out of politics.

MY BODY, MY CHOICE: [7:57] – After demanding we all stayed masked and get vaxxxed, the libtards are back to demanding bodily autonomy.

VERMONT: Gov. Scott has signed a law that allows physicians to remotely prescribe medication to be self-administered for the purpose of hastening the patient’s death. Technically, a physician must have physically examined and affirmed the patient has a terminal condition, but this need not be the same physician prescribing the suicide cocktail. And there are no real safeguards against others misusing the drugs to speed an unwilling patient from this mortal coil.

GRAMMY NOTES: People were dancing this at the disco where Dearest and I had our first (accidental) date. A month later, we were engaged to be married. 🙂 ❤

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  1. Hilarious cartoon “…we have bigger questions than ‘why'”

    WMCA song – lol, and sweet to know.

    Happy you introduced me to PJW/PP.

    Most importantly: Thank you for keeping the faith “who value God over all.” Our love of Jesus will never separate us from Him and each other.

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