• Pragerisms

    For a more comprehensive list of Pragerisms visit
    Dennis Prager Wisdom.

    • "The left is far more interested in gaining power than in creating wealth."
    • "Without wisdom, goodness is worthless."
    • "I prefer clarity to agreement."
    • "First tell the truth, then state your opinion."
    • "Being on the Left means never having to say you're sorry."
    • "If you don't fight evil, you fight gobal warming."
    • "There are things that are so dumb, you have to learn them."
  • Liberalism’s Seven Deadly Sins

    • Sexism
    • Intolerance
    • Xenophobia
    • Racism
    • Islamophobia
    • Bigotry
    • Homophobia

    A liberal need only accuse you of one of the above in order to end all discussion and excuse himself from further elucidation of his position.

  • Glenn’s Reading List for Die-Hard Pragerites

    • Bolton, John - Surrender is not an Option
    • Bruce, Tammy - The Thought Police; The New American Revolution; The Death of Right and Wrong
    • Charen, Mona - DoGooders:How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help
    • Coulter, Ann - If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans; Slander
    • Dalrymple, Theodore - In Praise of Prejudice; Our Culture, What's Left of It
    • Doyle, William - Inside the Oval Office
    • Elder, Larry - Stupid Black Men: How to Play the Race Card--and Lose
    • Frankl, Victor - Man's Search for Meaning
    • Flynn, Daniel - Intellectual Morons
    • Fund, John - Stealing Elections
    • Friedman, George - America's Secret War
    • Goldberg, Bernard - Bias; Arrogance
    • Goldberg, Jonah - Liberal Fascism
    • Herson, James - Tales from the Left Coast
    • Horowitz, David - Left Illusions; The Professors
    • Klein, Edward - The Truth about Hillary
    • Mnookin, Seth - Hard News: Twenty-one Brutal Months at The New York Times and How They Changed the American Media
    • Morris, Dick - Because He Could; Rewriting History
    • O'Beirne, Kate - Women Who Make the World Worse
    • Olson, Barbara - The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House
    • O'Neill, John - Unfit For Command
    • Piereson, James - Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism
    • Prager, Dennis - Think A Second Time
    • Sharansky, Natan - The Case for Democracy
    • Stein, Ben - Can America Survive? The Rage of the Left, the Truth, and What to Do About It
    • Steyn, Mark - America Alone
    • Stephanopolous, George - All Too Human
    • Thomas, Clarence - My Grandfather's Son
    • Timmerman, Kenneth - Shadow Warriors
    • Williams, Juan - Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America--and What We Can Do About It
    • Wright, Lawrence - The Looming Tower
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War at Fox…. Aussies Plan Fascist Future to Match LEFTISTS at CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS, and MSNBC?

As a conservative,  Godfearing  JudeoChristian American seeking Truth from the news,  what nationwide newscasts today are available for me and others like me, to attend  which might reflect  Truths  free  from  our     Obama era,  university indoctrinated  leftist corrupted, one Party establishment press?

None, really!

MSNBC and CNN befit todays screwball lefty feminized hysterics!   PBS doesn’t know what conservative means….and politically has worshiped and spewed nearly every  Socialist corpuscle since the years of  KUOM!

ABC, CBS, and NBC houses, hire Democrat Party wonks and/or PBS leftovers,  Cokie Roberts for decades and Charlie Rose, the same until the Weinstein tornado days;  all leftists on news days, but smoother,  sweeter tongued when  selling  their affection for Socialism for the Poor!

And there are yet more leftovers at Australian International Fox News…..lefties,  Chris Wallace,  Howard Kurtz,  Shepard Smith, et alia, and a dozen or so of short-skirted Ditsy chicks who waste time speed-selling leftist fascism  for the sake of being ‘fair and balanced’,  and a handful of true conservatives Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham.

Only Fox Business has a conservative drive in its salesmanship.   However, this Fox doesn’t give a damn about American conservatives seeking news,  truthful news of America and abroad.   This is Big, Big Business Fox,  accurately advertised.

Whatever stockholdings I have ever purchased were wiped out that year before Barack Hussein Obama began his presidential terms to sculpt  his antiChristian, Socialist State  out of our American body forever.  Yet,  every weekday possible,  I turn to  Fox Business TV hooked on news from  my favorite TV star of all artforms, exBrit, Stuart Varney,   until the landscape garden season returns to us in  Minnesota.    He is a classic conservative from human as well as a business model.

I am aware of this Aussie family war waging between an 86 year old Father and his son who reign over things at FoxTV.   These are world-oriented money-making, not American republic worrying Aussies, interested in the elsewhere rather  than in our United States of America and a free and democratic, Godfearing society  whose culture is being shattered by fascism, feminism, black rascism, and open borders.

Yet, it is the only breath of fresh air that allows our American conservative voices be heard on national television!

Please read about the Fox news War below.   It’s not that new!  And, it’s real.



Trump Rallies Support for Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania

I attended our GOP State Senate District Convention Call yesterday  morning.   Republicans where I live in a western suburb of Minneapolis  haven’t quite managed to run an orderly, inspiring  meeting for years.

Crooked Hillary easily gobbled up  Hennepin County in 2016 which includes Black Racist and Super Feminist Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, Brooklyn Park, Bloomington, and the Minnetonka where I live.    Most of the wealthy and Big Business super wealthy  of this Goopher land America buy enough leftist Democrats to own  the state and most of  its U.S. Congressional Districts politically.

Yet, OUR DONALD nearly beat Crooked Hillary here in 2016.   Our Minnesota was either THE very last STATE or the second to the last STATE to declare a winner that Presidential election year the tally was so close.   Donald won all but 9 of Gopherland’s  87 counties.     Minnetonka folks, however,  preferred  liar Hillary  big time .

And then there is our  fascist GOOGLE speech control police who,  according to reports from many circles, make conservative sentences and paragraphs, even entire articles they disagree with disappear from these pages if deemed sufficiently unObamaloving.

Our Dennis Prager has recently challenged National Google’s Fascism habits  in a national court case.

Full Replay: President Trump Campaigns For Rick Saccone In Western Pennsylvania




POWERLINE: Beware of Democrat Richard Painter in GOP Clothing!


by John Hinderaker  at  PowerLine:

The GOP has an opportunity to pick up a Senate seat in Minnesota. After the Democrats forced Al Franken out of office, Governor Mark Dayton appointed his Lieutenant Governor, Tina Smith, to serve until the general election in November. Smith is a little-known and rather faceless office-holder. As an urban leftist with questionable ties, e.g. as a former senior executive of Planned Parenthood, she is vulnerable. The question for Republicans is whether we have a strong candidate. Tim Pawlenty chose to run for governor rather than senator, so the most credible candidate so far is Karin Housley, a state senator who may be best known as the wife of Phil Housley, perhaps the best hockey player Minnesota has produced.

Now a guy named Richard Painter has stepped into the perceived vacuum and thrown his hat into the ring. Who is Richard Painter? He is a classic fake Republican. At one time, he held an “ethics” position in the George W. Bush administration, and he has parlayed that brief tenure into a career of Republican-bashing. We all know the type: a nominal Republican who probably hasn’t voted for a GOP candidate in a long time, but who sucks up time on cable news, trading on his supposed status as a Republican to lend weight to his attacks on actual Republicans. It is, frankly, a despicable species.

Over the last fourteen months, Painter has devoted himself to unhinged attacks on President Trump. Paul wrote about Painter’s baseless claims against Trump here. A Republican activist in Minnesota–a real Republican, in other words–sent us these comments on Painter. Copious footnotes are omitted:

What do you call someone who campaigns for Democrats, is vice chair of a left-wing “watchdog” group, voted for Hillary Clinton and then, atop his sinecure as a publicly paid university law professor, filed a lawsuit against President Trump less than a month into his administration?

Why, if you’re the Minnesota media, he of course is simply described as “a top ethics scholar who worked as Republican President George W. Bush’s chief ethics lawyer from 2005 to 2007.” Star Tribune pseudo columnist C.J., in her usual understatement for all things liberal, gushes over the “reasonable Republican” and “U corporate law professor and network TV political pundit who’s all over the flat screen.”

As I said, there is a demand for fake Republicans on Democratic Party cable news shows.

Richard Painter has the world on a string. Getting glowing media coverage all the while pulling the wool over the eyes of everyone else.

You see, Mr. Painter has been cleverly utilizing his brief tenure in the Bush administration for cover while he pursues the most liberal agenda one can fathom.

His lawsuit against Trump was ostensibly about a President not properly divorcing himself from business interests while serving in office. Painter even cites the “emoluments clause” of the Constitution prohibiting officeholders from receiving payments from foreigners.

But a federal judge in Manhattan threw out the lawsuit on behalf of Painter’s group CREW (Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington) and a few corporate cronies who compete with Trump, saying, “It is only natural that interest in his properties has generally increased since he became President,” Judge Daniels wrote, adding that ‘patrons may choose to frequent Mr. Trump’s businesses over his competitors’ for any number of reasons.”

The emoluments clause theory is, in my opinion, idiotic.

CREW, as most political observers in the press know, has long since abandoned any pretense of nonpartisanship, “focusing most of its firepower on Republicans” and lodging “ethics complaints against Republican vs. Democratic members of Congress at a rate of 9-to-1.” The Washington Free Beacon reports that “CREW’s complaints are just one part of a larger strategy to take down Trump using opposition research, media pressure, and the court system.”

As the website ZeroHedge so aptly put it when describing one of Painter’s more wild-eyed charges of Republican treason:

His Twitter feed reads like a disjointed Anti-Trump fanatic — hedged by his role inside of the GW Bush administration.

During the campaign, Mr. Painter was an outspoken advocate for Hillary — writing an oped piece in the NY Times saying she was the “only qualified candidate in the race and she should become president.” And: “There is little if any evidence that federal ethics laws were broken by Mrs. Clinton or anyone working for her at the State Department in their dealings with the foundation.”

Right (wink, wink). In short, the media, once again, have been caught trying to be duplicitous with their headlines — painting Painter as a former Republican distraught by the presence of Donald Trump in the White House — a conscientious objector, when in fact he’s nothing more than a life long liberal who happened to have a 2 year stint inside of GW’s administration.

Indeed, Painter routinely rails against the “mega-rich” recipients of the recently passed Republican tax cut. Trump’s travel ban, which was upheld by the Supreme Court, should have been overturned because “The president’s executive order is offensive and unconstitutional not only because it denies due process and is a thinly disguised ban on Muslims…but it also is heavily tilted toward the predominantly poor countries where the Trump organization is not doing business.” Really.

In an op-ed in the Times, the left wing activist Painter has also come out hard for gun control, saying, “The most blatant protection racket is orchestrated by the National Rifle Association…” and that naturally “the last election showed the costs to Republicans of succumbing to the N.R.A. and to other groups with extremist views on issues like homosexuality and stem cell research.”

Just your average Republican, according to the Star Tribune.

Richard Painter is a public employee at the University of Minnesota, deriving his hefty six-figure salary from the taxpayer while ostensibly holding one of the few jobs in America that would afford someone the time to file politically motivated lawsuits on the side.

If ethics are the new topic du jour of the Trump era, it’s high time someone in the press ask the university if taxpayers are really getting their money’s worth.

Does this Democrat in sheep’s clothing have a chance in the GOP primary? No. Republicans might be, as some have said, the stupid party, but we aren’t that dumb. Painter is actively campaigning for the Democratic candidate in Minnesota’s 2nd District, who is running to unseat solid conservative Jason Lewis. Not exactly the act of a loyal Republican, or a conservative. But we will continue to follow Painter’s attempt to steal the Republican nomination, particularly if he seems there is a risk he might fool Republican voters.

Ben Shapiro Reviews ‘THE TRUTH’ at CPAC


I met Dennis Prager four or five days before our  2004 Presidential election, GWBush verses JFK…the crooked sleaze, the corrupt, dishonest Massachusetts John F. Kerry adult boy married to the Heinz Tomato Sauce multimillion dollar world.   A close friend of mine, quiet, intelligent and alert, successful classical artist, Steve Levin had been a Prager companion via radio  while painting portraits and settings for some time.  He failed to share his conservatism with me.   Obama’s fascisms hadn’t been stirred  from the White House yet.

Tomato sauce JFK man became popular advertising his phony Hollywood-adorned movie scenes of his staged heroism in VietNam used dishonestly by the fascist left of that day to make America weaker again.   He skillfully reeked his evil to become a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, and built upon this evil when he joined the leftist stars of the American Barack Hussein Obama gang becoming Secretary of State.

Politically, I had become “liberal” of the day having graduated from college where I toyed with  a number of undergraduate and graduate degrees dealing with Geography, Russian, and Horticulture.

I was either born or programmed to be a loner.  Being old enough  now, and trained to be truthful (OR ELSE!)  by my Lutheran Church when a child, or until my 13th birthday by my natively bright, hugely popular ( but hysterical) Germanic mother who joined the adult world after graduating grade school at age 13 in 1919, from  Emanuel German Lutheran Church of the German West Side St. Paul, Minnesota.   My popular, liked by everybody who knew him, dad worked at his drug store 60 plus hours a week and played competitive summer softball twice a week until he was 55 “come hell or high water”.

As long as I can remember, I have lived alone….and despite difficulties, enjoyed the style….for I was taught in a JudeoChristian religion  and  knowledge by devoted, wonderfully well educated public school old maids from kindergarten to college still in the decades of American life where KNOWLEDGE WAS TAUGHT “BECAUSE CONSUMING KNOWLEDGE WOULD LEAD US TO  BECOME CLOSER TO THE GOODNESS OF GOD, FOR GOD KNOWS ALL THINGS……the good and evil.

I also learned  in my  freshman   PUBLIC high school English class  the following  beautiful words of  art with soul:  THERE IS NEITHER GOOD NOR BAD.  ONLY THINKING MAKES IT SO!   I have never forgotten that TRUTH THROUGH POETRY from that day on!

In Church I had to memorize  the Psalms verse,  “As for Man, his days are as grass.  As the Lily of the Field, so he flourisheth.  And the Wind passeth over it,  and it is Gone….and the Place Thereof Shall Know it no More!”

Death was quite common among families during the 1930 and 1940  depression and war years of my life.  All four of my  grandparents, three uncles, a cousin and an aunt died before I was twelve.

The more a human male animal  learns, the more he  loves learning…..It is a drug….for good and, as a truth of life, sometimes not so good!

I am a Dennis Prager fan…..more than that, I love the religious Dennis for the  preacher he has become…..the preaching from my earlier American generation, the Truth I was taught in both Church and public school that one would become closer to God through knowledge by seeking  Truth by absorbing knowledge!




Sure Feels Good Being An American Again! Thank You President Trump!


by John Hinderaker  at PowerLine:

“Tonight’s State of the Union speech was a triumph for President Trump. The speech was excellent, and Trump knew it cold and delivered it effectively.

The president began with a recitation of his administration’s achievements that was truly impressive. Trump emphasized, appropriately, the remarkable gains our economy has made in just one year.

The president’s reception by most in the House chamber was rapturous, which must have been an eye-opener for some who watched. For the Democrats, the optics were very bad. They ostentatiously refused to stand or even applaud, even in response to the least controversial passages in Trump’s speech. One of the most striking visuals was of the Democrats’ Black Caucus refusing to stand for, or even applaud, the lowest African-American unemployment rate in history.

If I were an African-American viewing the proceedings, I would wonder: whose side are they on?

Equally dismal was when almost all the Democrats refused to stand in response to Trump’s statement that we should all rise for the National Anthem. Here, and repeatedly through the evening, the Democrats were playing to a very small audience. Their audience probably got even smaller when they were seen fiddling with their cell phones.

Immigration was naturally a significant topic. Trump began, shrewdly, by emphasizing security and the vicious MS-13 gang, which largely hushed the illegal immigrants who had been invited into the chamber by Democrats. Perhaps the speech’s most controversial moment was when Trump said that his compromise immigration proposal includes eventual citizenship–not just legalization–for nearly two million illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as minors.

Troubling as that may be for many conservatives, the sight of Cory Booker and other Democrats sitting stone-faced when the president said we need a merit-based immigration system was a forceful reminder of how bad the alternative to the Trump administration is.

On foreign policy, President Trump was appropriately strong. Throughout the speech, he talked about guests who were heroic in various ways. This has become a tradition, but I don’t think I have seen it done more effectively than Trump did it tonight. The final guest was a North Korean escapee who waved his crutches to the cheering crowd. I think even the Democrats may have been on their feet for that one.

All in all, it was a terrific night for the good guys. Trump’s performance tonight was a reminder that his predecessor was not a very good public speaker. He never succeeded in stirring an audience as Trump did tonight. The Democrats can only hope that not a lot of swing voters were watching.”


Democrats’ Midterm Election Lead SHRINKING!

Hope And Change: Another Poll Shows Democrats’ Midterm Lead Shrinking

I don’t mean to overstate the comeback. RCP still has the average generic ballot lead for Democrats at 8.5 points, even including the numbers in today’s NBC survey. Eight and a half points is still well into “wave” territory 10 months out from a midterm.

The poll’s economic news shows a rosy picture for a nation ten years removed from a crippling recession. Nearly seven-in-ten Americans say that they are satisfied with the overall state of the economy, a share last seen during the dot-com boom of the late 1990s and early 2000s. Sixty-nine percent say they are either very satisfied (21 percent) or somewhat satisfied (48 percent). That’s up dramatically just since June 2015, when just 37 percent said they were satisfied

The poll has some potential good news for Republicans who are nervously eyeing their reelection prospects in November. The Democratic advantage on the generic ballot is down to six points, compared to 11 points last month. In December, 50 percent of Americans said they preferred a Democratic-controlled Congress after the 2018 election, while 39 percent favored one led by Republicans. Now, 49 percent say they want to see a Democratic Congress , while 43 percent pick the GOP to lead on Capitol Hill.

But there is also some evidence that, as in past midterm waves, voters energized by opposition to the president could still be an overwhelming factor in November.

Asked about the message they hope to send with their 2018 vote, 38 percent say they want to send a signal of opposition to Trump, while 26 percent want to signal their support for him and 34 percent say their vote doesn’t have to do with the commander-in-chief at all.

A month ago the Republicans’ deficit on the generic ballot was gruesome. Read it and literally weep. Across 10 polls conducted between December 7 and December 19, Democrats led by double digits in eight of them, twice by 15 points(!) and once by 18(!!). A lead of 10 or greater in the generic ballot is rare air but they were hitting that number repeatedly and well beyond. That’s a midterm bloodbath in the making, seppuku numbers for the GOP.

But then the tax-cuts bill passed. Of the last seven polls taken, Democrats lead by double digits in only one. Of the other six: +7, +5, +6, +5, +6, +6, including the Marist poll Ed wrote about yesterday. As the dust has cleared from the tax-cuts debate and people have absorbed the fact that most taxpayers are getting money back this year, contrary to Democratic scare stories in December, the GOP’s deficit has been cut in half. And as NBC notes, economic optimism is soaring, eternally a key to strong electoral performance for the majority party. If tax cuts spur even further economic growth this year, all bets on the midterms are off.

In fact, you’re left wondering why Republicans aren’t close to even or in the lead on the generic ballot given all the good news lately. Good economy, no terror attacks, only a few minor wars here and there that the average joe pays no attention to. Seems like a recipe for victory. The problem, in a word, is Trump. His job approval is up too lately but only modestly, to 40 percent. NBC found that 69 percent say they don’t like him personally while just 29 percent say he has the right character to be president. We’re headed for a midterm reckoning in which undecided voters are torn between wanting to send the president a message that he should stop what he’s doing and wanting to send a message that things should more or less continue as they are now. Good luck sorting out that dilemma.

Oh, one other detail from NBC’s poll: Steve Bannon’s favorable rating is now, ahem, 5/49, easily the lowest of any name tested and 18 net points worse than his nemesis, the highly unpopular Mitch McConnell. Congratulations on becoming the least popular political figure in America, Steve!