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Putin and some questionable ideas


There’s an obvious reason why Vladimir Putin got so bent this past week when Finland announced it was going to seek membership in NATO.

Because he thinks others think like he does.

I’m sorry but Adolf Hitler is dead.

He’s the only other name that comes to mind when Putin’s name is mentioned.

Vlady found out his army is not quite as tough as he may have thought.

At least they aren’t as tough as Ukraine’s fighters.

But that hasn’t stopped Vlady from leveling many parts of the poor invaded country.

As far as NATO goes, they have never invaded another country trying to take it over.

And they won’t.

Unlike that of nasty Vlady and his Russian counterparts.


So-called “safe smoking kits” recently obtained in five major U.S. cities contained crack pipes and other drug paraphernalia, according to The Washington Free Beacon.

The Beacon reportedly obtained the kits from Boston, New York, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Richmond.

Sitting just blocks from the Capitol and two elementary schools in Washington, D.C., a harm reduction center reportedly offered pipes and other paraphernalia to a Beacon reporter that could be used to smoke crack and methamphetamine.



Florida Congresswoman Kat Cammack has caused quite a stir with her side-by-side photos of shelves stocked to the brim with baby food at the Mexican border and barely stocked shelves in her district.

The Republican wrote on Twitter, “The first photo is from this morning at the Ursula Processing Center at the U.S. border. Shelves and pallets packed with baby formula.

“The second is from a shelf right here at home. Formula is scarce.

“This is what America last looks like,” Cammack said.

The baby formula situation is very scary.


Here’s a head scratcher.

The House of Representatives is planning to announce they will give staffers in Washington  D.C., and in district offices, free Peloton memberships using taxpayer dollars each month amid skyrocketing inflation.

Beginning May 18, the government contract with fitness giant Peloton, under efforts from the House Center for Well-Being, will be offered to the estimated 10,000 people on staff working for the House of Representatives and about 2,300 Capitol Police officers.

If that happens, the contract cost is a $10,000 up front payment to Peloton, plus an extra $10 per month charge for each staffer or officer who utilizes the benefit. If 12,000 staffers took advantage of the benefit, it would cost taxpayers $120,000 a month.

For other Americans, a Peloton All-Access Membership costs $39 per month and a Peloton App Membership costs $12.99 per month.


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