Wednesday, March 13, 2019

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Pelosi Drops Bombs: 'Medicare for All' Would Be Worse Than the Current System -- Plus, 'How Do You Pay For That'?First, she douses progressives' impeachment dreams in cold water, telling the Washington Post that such a divisive and drastic political step should only be taken over egregious criminality that's "compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan."  She cagily adds, "he's just not worth it," a personal swipe at the president, likely deployed to placate Trump haters who will bristle at her stance.

Insulting him is a little wink that she's still 'on the team.'  But even if the hard-Left wing of the party is willing to forgive Pelosi's hesitant posture on impeachment, how might they react to her intense fiscal skepticism on 'Medicare for All' -- the holy grail of the statist agenda?  Via Rolling Stone:

Fox News “strongly” condemns Jeanine Pirro for asking if Rep. Ilhan Omar adheres to Sharia
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Fox is increasingly slipping into the Leftist echo chamber. It is terrified of discussing these issues. A few years ago, Jeanine Pirro contacted me and was going to have me as a featured guest on a special show about Sharia. She was very excited about it, and all the arrangements were made to fly me […]
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After a frenzied few hours in which federal authorities made several high profile arrests -- and outlined a top-secret investigation into an alleged scam involving rich and famous clients paying millions to a network of counselors and coaches to ensure their privileged children be granted admission to some of the country’s most prestigious colleges -- a judge said Tuesday that jailed actress Felicity Huffman, accused of paying a bribe to help get her daughter into a top school, was eligible for release on $250,000 bond ... Huffman and "Fuller House" star Lori Loughlin, headline a veritable who's who of the rich and powerful charged in the bombshell case. College coaches and others are among the reported 50 people charged with racketeering, conspiracy and more in a case that has implicated schools such as Wake Forest University, Georgetown and the University of Southern California.