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That's a shame. The hell with him. And all his military and America hating brethren. I sure don't recall such hatred in 2009. That's how I know I'm on the right side.


More people watched the president speak and the analysis afterwards on Fox News than any other channel...including the broadcast networks. I would imagine before long some math whiz will pick up on the fact that it's silly to let Fox News be the only network that does not lean to the left. Of course, I suppose they figure those hicks in flyover country don't really matter... ADDED: Trump gets higher ratings than the Oscars. That noise you hear? Most likely, a liberal wee...


If this was the Trumps, they'd break into regular programming to announce it. As is, the old media will cite the same "privacy issue" that led them to ignore the fact Johnny Edwards was cheating on his cancer stricken wife the entire 2008 presidential campaign. Because they're fair and unbiased and shut up.


One point being discussed today is how the president went "to the left of the Dems," as two of his main talking points were "paid parental leave" and "better (or at least less crappy) health insurance," many are attributing their "suck on a lemon" looks to them saying "Damn it, I can't believe these are his ideas and not ours." I'm not a fan of mandating a paid leave like this myself, because: 1. I'm a believer in freedom. 2. While relatively easy for most com...

Spring Training Results: Marlins break out the big bats in 9-5 win over Astros
The Marlins won their second game of the spring in the new ballpark in West Palm Beach The Miami Marlins (2-3) defeated the Houston Astros (2-3) by a score of 9-5, in the second game ever played at the new ballpark in West Palm Beach. Miguel Rojas strengthened his case for ...

Red Sox 5, Orioles 12: A forgettable day for the pitchers
Getting all the losses out of the way early. John Farrell’s playing chess. Another spring day, another spring loss. Of course, the results of these games don’t matter and it’s just a matter of getting everyone ready for real games. Still, a win or two would be neat.

What should the Giants’ lineup be for 2017?
It probably won’t make or break the season, but it’s always fun to discuss. Fast guys hit leadoff. Second basemen hit second. Then there are a bunch of power hitters, followed by the kind of okay hitter, followed by the guys you’re trying to hide, followed by the pitcher.

Chicago White Sox: Michael Kopech Has Rough Spring Debut
When the White Sox made the acquisition of Michael Kopech among the haul they received from the Boston Red Sox for Chris Sale, they knew it would be a process. On Tuesday, Kopech showed both ends of the pitching spectrum in his start against the Mariners. Yesterday 20-year-old fireballer Michael Kopech made his starting debut […] Chicago White Sox: Michael Kopec...

Justin Dillon WAC PiOW 022017 to 022617
Justin Dillon of the Sacramento State Hornets was selected the Western Athletic Conference baseball pitcher of the week for the period that spanned February 20, 2017 through February 26, 2017. The senior RHP tossed a no-hitter in a 2-0 victory over Northern Kentucky with a pitching line of 9.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 HR, 0 HBP, 1 BB and 13 K. The performance also garnered national attention. This season he is 1-0, 0.56 ERA, 17 K, 0.13 WHIP, .020 BAA in 16.0 IP ov...

Spring Training Recap: Mets Offense Quiet in 6-1 Loss To Cardinals
The New York Mets lost today at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter to the St. Louis Cardinals by a 6-1 score. The Mets didn’t get on the board until infielder Phillip Evans hit a solo home run in the top of the ninth inning in his only at-bat of the game. Michael Conforto continued his […]

Which Yankees would make the best two-way players?
For the first time in what feels like forever, MLB is on the verge of having a true two-way player. That’s right, the same person as a pitcher and position player on a semi-regular basis. Christian Bethancourt, to this point almost exclusively a catcher for the Padres, is in spring training splitting his time between […] The post Which Yankees would make th...

Corey Seager: Fouls pitch off shin
Corey Seager: Seager fouled a pitch off his right shin but said he will return to the lineup Friday, MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

Luke Weaver: Removed with undisclosed injury
Luke Weaver: Weaver left Wednesday's Grapefruit League start with an undisclosed injury. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.


As I said almost a decade ago, there is no need for experience, as Obama threw all that out the window, given his lack of ever doing anything except going to school and being a rabble rouser. Note how Oprah can mention this and no one bats an eye, because as pointed out nonstop, the Dems' depth is almost nonexistent.


Almost too many links and thoughts to discuss today. A few thoughts and a couple things to look at and, if you are like me at least, laugh and laugh and laugh. --I did not watch the speech, as I rarely do, as it's easier to read the recap and bullet points (hopefully, no one was offended by that firearms reference) the next day. However, the near unanimous kudos of it leaves only the extreme partisan hacks tryi...

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