Friday, October 20, 2017

Deal of the Day

At Amazon, Today's Deals.

Also, Klipsch AW-400 Indoor/Outdoor Speaker - White (Pair).

Plus, EcoNour - Car Windshield Sun Shade - Blocks UV Rays Sun Visor Protector, Sunshade To Keep Your Vehicle Cool And Damage Free, Easy To Use, Fits Windshields of Various Sizes (Standard 59 x 31 inches).

And, AmazonBasics AA Performance Alkaline Batteries (48 Count) - Packaging May Vary.

More, Foxelli Trekking Poles – Collapsible, Lightweight, Shock-Absorbent, Carbon Fiber Hiking, Walking & Running Sticks with Natural Cork Grips, Quick Locks, 4 Season / All Terrain Accessories and Carry Bag.

Still more, Shop Dodgers Gear.

And, Mountain House Just In Case...Breakfast Bucket.

BONUS: Paul Kengor, The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor.

Tony Stamolis at Lui Magazine

Flashback to 2015. This woman's a looker.

See, "Tony Stamolis élève la balade au rang d’œuvre d’art… La preuve en images!"

Oh là là!

Très Bien. C'est une hottie!

Jennifer Garner in New York City

Man, Ben Affeck screwed up by losing this woman.

He's an idiot anyway, but he sure scored by marrying Ms. Jennifer. They're done now as a couple, though, so I guess karma's a bitch sometimes.

She's exquisite.

At London's Daily Mail:

Toni Garrn Flaunts in Skimpy Bikini

At London's Daily Mail, "Toni Garrn flaunts major cleavage as she strips down to VERY scanty bikini... weeks after being linked to ex Leonardo DiCaprio."

And at Drunken Stepfather, "TONI GARRN TOPLESS OF THE DAY."

BONUS: At Esquire, "12 Nude Models Posed for the Covers of a French Magazine (NSFW)."

Demi Lovato on Instagram

At London's Daily Mail, "Demi Lovato shares topless snap on Instagram."

Women Oiled-Up for the Future of CBD

This is the craziest post ever, but I like the oiled-up women, heh.


Volker Ullrich, Hitler


Out in paperback on October 24th, at Amazon, Volker Ullrich, Hitler: Ascent, 1889-1939.

After Criticism, FBI to Investigate Death of U.S. Soldiers in Niger (VIDEO)

At the Wall Street Journal, via Memeorandum, "Death of U.S. Soldiers in Niger Sparks FBI Probe, Criticism."

And at Politico, "Mattis says Niger ambush was ‘considered unlikely,’ pledges probe: An ambush that killed four U.S. troops in Niger is under investigation, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Thursday":

In the face of growing scrutiny, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Thursday said the type of attack that killed four U.S. troops in Niger earlier this month was "considered unlikely" and pledged to release the findings of a Pentagon investigation "as rapidly" as possible.

"I would just tell you that in this specific case contact was considered unlikely," Mattis said of the ambush against members of the Army's 3rd Special Forces Group, which is advising local anti-terror units in the region.

"But there's a reason we have U.S. Army soldiers there and not the Peace Corps, because we carry guns and so it's a reality," he added. "It’s part of the danger that our troops face in these counterterror campaigns."

Mattis' remarks come as the White House and Pentagon are taking heat from Senate Armed Services Chairman Sen. John McCain, who threatened early Thursday to issue subpoenas to get more information on the Oct. 4 incident, which has been blamed on militants allied with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

McCain has slammed the Trump administration in recent days for not being forthcoming about the ambush, and asked again Thursday if the administration is sharing enough, he responded, "Of course not."

"It may require a subpoena, but I did have a good conversation with General McMaster, and they said that they would be briefing us," McCain told reporters on Capitol Hill, referring to White House national security adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster. "We have a long friendship, and we'll hopefully get all the details."

McMaster, speaking at an event sponsored by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, said he was hurt by McCain’s criticism and defended the National Security Council’s consultation with Congress.

"It hurt my feelings. You know, I love and respect Sen. McCain," McMaster said. "And if Sen. McCain says we need to do a better job communicating with him from our departments, from the NSC, we’re going to do it."

President Donald Trump has also come under fire in recent days for how he handled communications with the families of the fallen, some of which have claimed he was insensitive in phone calls.

Trump waited nearly two weeks before making mention of the Niger incident, even though his staff had drafted a statement of condolence for him on Oct. 5...

Stuart Varney Rips Frederica Wilson for Listening-In on President Trump's Phone Call with Fallen Soldier's Mother (VIDEO)

Following-up, "Chief of Staff John Kelly Statement on Son's Death and Rep. Frederica Wilson (VIDEO)."

The YouTube video is here, "Frederica Wilson is part of the left's ‘hate Trump’ brigade: Varney."

And on Twitter:

Laura Ingraham, Billionaire at the Barricades


I quit watching Fox News. I quit watching all cable news. But if I start watching again, I'll watch Laura Ingraham. She's a sharp cookie and a hot lady.

Her new book's out now.

At Amazon, Laura Ingraham, Billionaire at the Barricades: The Populist Revolution from Reagan to Trump.

Chief of Staff John Kelly Statement on Son's Death and Rep. Frederica Wilson (VIDEO)

At the Hill, "JUST IN: Kelly blasts Dem lawmaker for criticizing Trump's call to solider's family."

And watch the whole press conference:

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Ian Davidson, The French Revolution

At Amazon, Ian Davidson, The French Revolution: From Enlightenment to Tyranny.

Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism

Never too late to read this one, or to reread it.

At Amazon, Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism.

Shop Today

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I'm heading out to work here in a few minutes, but if you're shopping today, I much appreciate it when you use my Amazon links.

Thanks again!

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BONUS: by Thomas Edsall, The Age of Austerity: How Scarcity Will Remake American Politics.

Edward E. Baptist, The Half Has Never Been Told


At Amazon, Edward E. Baptist, The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism.

U.S. Bank Building Lit Up in Downtown Los Angeles

For the Dodgers, who are one win away from going to the World Series for the first time in 29 years. That's going to be sweet. Game four in Chicago is tonight!

President Trump Slams John McCain

Well, yeah.

At Politico:

Rise of the 'Bromance' Threatens Heterosexual Relationships

Boy, society's all messed up. Everybody's gay, for one thing.

At the Telegraph U.K., "Rise of the ‘bromance’ threatens heterosexual relationships, warn social scientists."

Epidemic of Sexual Harassment at California State Capitol

More from the Democrat Party's rape culture, at LAT, "'pervasive' harassment in California's Capitol".

Molly Ringwald Speaks Out

At the New Yorker, which must be seeing a boom in traffic of late:

Megan Parry's Wednesday Weather

Here's Megan Parry, at ABC News 10 San Diego.

It's been continuing hot this week.