Tag Archives: Nancy Pelosi

One more time, then we’ll move on

If #45 agrees to do the same. If you need targets, you could do worse than pick Kamala Harris. On the anniversary of that thing some people did, Laughing Girl compared January 6 to 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. MAGA hats … Continue reading

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Has a presidential inauguration ever been this fraught?

The joke — if you will pardon some gallows humor — is that, after Wednesday’s siege of the Capitol, Mexico has agreed to pay for the wall. Did Nancy Pelosi attempt her own coup? The NY Times reports: Pelosi said … Continue reading

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Promoting the partisan pan-DEM-ic

CNN & NY Times promoted Russian collusion hoax; now they pin hopes on the pandemic. Very clever, the gnomes at the New York Times. Page One of my Sunday paper is almost all agate typeface text naming almost 100,000 individuals … Continue reading

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Why Nancy will not test Mitch

Impeachment articles are ‘Constitutionally incoherent’ The cock-eyed theory here at Blaska Policy Werkes is that Speaker Nancy Pelosi never transmits the articles of impeachment to the U.S. Senate. Impeachment was the goal; it has been achieved. Repudiation by the Senate awaits should … Continue reading

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‘A sad day for America,’ Ha ha ha!

Senators, if you subpoena Hunter Biden  impeachment will go bye bye — or Why Republicans are in a very good mood today Must confess the white lab coats at the Policy Werkes watched too much of the impeachment shenanigans on our b&w Philco for … Continue reading

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Dallet is running for governor, not for supreme court justice

Make no mistake about it. In Tuesday’s state supreme court race, Michael Screnock is the conservative and Rebecca Dallet is the liberal. The difference between the two is whether one interprets the law as written (Screnock) or as one would … Continue reading

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