Monday, October 25, 2021
Sunday, October 24, 2021
Friday, October 22, 2021
Thursday, October 21, 2021
Even with Obama's high unemployment and flailing economy, much to the chagrin of taxpayers, the refurbished Station received $20 million in federal stimulus funds, and managed to come in somewhere in the neighborhood of $5.7 million over budget.
|Tax Payers and fans gave a big send-off to the |
Vice President and the first train as it leaves out of
the newly christened Biden Station.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
It looks more and more like Biden's visit to see Jimmy Carter was to get advice on how to be an inept and failed leader. Biden listened well.— Diogenes Sarcastica (@DSarcastica) October 19, 2021
Monday, October 18, 2021
Sunday, October 17, 2021
“Stirring up race and class conflict was the basis of all discussion of the Communist Party’s work in the South. Use of all racial, economic and social differences, no matter how small or insignificant, to start local fires of discontent, conflict, and revolt.” ....."use Negroes as the spearhead, or as expendables."
Friday, October 15, 2021
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Media Outlet Afraid of the Online Mob Apologizes in Amusing Headline for Reporting on Biden Corruption
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Monday, October 11, 2021
Hi @SecretaryPete— Monica Crowley (@MonicaCrowley) October 11, 2021
I know you probably thought being Secy of Transportation would be a pretty sleepy gig. But we've got a supply chain crisis, overwhelmed ports, a trucker shortage, airline workers walking out over the vax mandate, & sky-high gas prices.
We'll do some roundtables to bring an all-inclusiveness to the issues raised. /s— Dale_Atkins (@datkins129) October 11, 2021
maybe we should attach some pronouns to these issues and he'll pay attention to them.— Dave McCulloch 🇺🇸 (@dtmcculloch) October 11, 2021
He liked playing with boats in the bathtub when he was a kid. So I'm confident he has the experience to deal with this crisis.— Noah VA (@NVanArk) October 11, 2021
Let’s go Brandon!!— bk (@bkou_1) October 11, 2021
Sunday, October 10, 2021
Although I don't recall exactly where, I once read that Pope Paul II maybe died from eating too many melons. Sure, there were other theories about his death. That it was merely a heart attack, or that he actually died while shtupping a pageboy. But it is the melon story that has stuck with me, haunted me even.
Friday, October 8, 2021
Thursday, October 7, 2021
|If Socialism Doesn't Work, Then Why Are All My |
Socialist Friends In DC Multi-Millionaires
Like, OMG. Like "Food that comes out of dirt!"
Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Tuesday, October 5, 2021
"Tuesday and as we descend into an ever deepening and darkening dystopian nightmare, the chant of "Fuck Joe Biden" is rapidly becoming a national cri de coeur. A big reason is the reaction against the insanity of being forced to get injected with an at best minimally effective and at worst lethal chemical cocktail to combat a virus that was easily treated with cheap therapeutics ("was" since by now, Classic Chinese COVID has all but disappeared and mutated out of the environment).
I'm only scratching the surface because Anthony Fauci, a twisted, megalomaniacal, malignant, rodentine dwarf who spent decades actually spreading disease and death while making money hand over fist via the pharmaceutical industry championing little more than very expensive snake oil, is placed on a pedestal as a demigod healer. And woe to anyone who dares question him, his motives and his record.
This Merrick Garland cancer is just another Globalist technocrat in service of dismantling America and serving it up on a platter to the Greater Xi Asian COVID Prosperity Sphere and the UN. Julie Kelly indeed has been doing outstanding real journalism in chronicling the souls rotting away in the Garland Archipelago for having the gall to object to the 2020 election being stolen and the nation overthrown, their petty misdemeanor of being duped into trespassing into the Capitol notwithstanding. So, these people are demonized and are about to be railroaded into prison on trumped-up charges as having committed a crime worse than 9/11, the Civil War and the Holocaust combined. Yet when actual Nazi collaborator George Soros' bought and paid for thugs accost Kyrsten Sinema in a Senate toilet, Joe Towelette Biden dismissed it as "part of the process."
Yeah, part of the process of political terrorism and intimidation. Now evidently, Sinema is being harassed everywhere she goes.
One day, the chorus of "Fuck Joe Biden" is going to be akin to sticking your head into a jet airplane exhaust (or a Marshall amp at a circa '73 Deep Purple concert). And it won't be just aimed at that decrepit, demented asshole." - J.J. Sefton
Monday, October 4, 2021
Barksdale Federal Credit Union<email@example.com>
A new IRS proposal could affect your accounts and how your credit union operates.
As Congress considers new infrastructure spending, lawmakers are exploring unconventional sources of revenue to fund plans. One proposal under consideration effects Barksdale Federal Credit Union and our members — it would require that BFCU (along with other financial institutions and popular apps like Venmo and PayPal) report to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) how much money has gone into and out of all accounts with more than $600 in them.The proposal is designed to close the tax gap. The financial reports would allow the IRS to compare how much cash came through a person's accounts to how much was reported each year on income tax forms. That can include cash not reported by those who don't list all their tips, people doing gig work for cash, side jobs paid in cash, people who sell crafts or products from home.We value our members privacy and the security of their data, and this possible unprecedented access to your finances violates your personal privacy by forcing credit unions and banks to provide the government with information that does not reflect taxable activity.
The Louisiana Credit Union Movement’s Response
Credit unions across the state strongly object to the proposal, which would be an unwarranted infringement on the privacy of our members and create complex new reporting burdens.We have alerted congressional leaders, submitted a joint letter with the Louisiana Bankers Association, and submitted thousands of messages from credit union advocates. Our advocacy messages highlight that new IRS bank account mining would:
- Be intrusive and indiscriminate for our members.
- Increase taxpayer complexity and confusion.
- Enlist credit unions as agents of the IRS while imposing new reporting burdens.
- Expose credit unions to penalties for inadvertent errors.
- Channel more information into the IRS than it can process.The Louisiana credit union movement will continue speaking out against this proposal and the threat it poses to consumer privacy and credit union operations. Know that we will not simply hand over personal information at any time without it being required by law.Please let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to continuing to serve you and our community.
Patrick GullattPresident & CEO, Barksdale Federal Credit Union