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Thursday, June 4, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."



Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
June 4, 2020

Buy All the Guns Now, America

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."



Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
June 3, 2020

 MSM Really Earning 'Enemy of the People' Status During Riots

Top of the News


This Ambulance Chaser has been a Disaster for Massachusetts


YOU WENT FULL BANE. NEVER GO FULL BANE: Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, “in a passionate speech on Tuesday, suggested the protests sweeping the nation may yield long-term benefits. ‘Yes, America is burning. But that’s how forests grow,’ she said.”

And by Burning America and Growing Forests she'd be referring to this?
ATTORNEY GENERAL MAURA HEALEY, in a passionate speech on Tuesday, suggested the protests sweeping the nation may yield long-term benefits. “Yes, America is burning. But that’s how forests grow,” she said.

As violent protests rile the country and Boston over the killing of George Floyd, Healey delivered a half-hour speech about race via Zoom to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. Healey, a Democrat, said the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the disparities black and brown Americans endure – the disparities of “400 years of racism and oppression” that society “must acknowledge, own, and fix.”
In Other News

YESSSSSSSS! - The Daley Gator

NY Gov. Cuomo slams NYC Mayor de Blasio over riots: “the mayor underestimates the scope of the problem” - IOTWreport

Tucker: Our leaders dither as our cities burn- American Digest

Attorney General Steve Marshall files new lawsuit against Birmingham over removal of Confederate monument - Free North Carolina

Cartoon Round Up - Theo Spark

Minneapolis Morning - Evi. L Bloggerlady

Darwin Awards and Rioters - 357 Magnum

How Many Sides Are There? - 90 Miles From Tyranny

NYT's Journalist Justifies Looting, Property Damage - Diogenes Middle Finger News



Florida Sheriff Warns Rioters They’ll Be Shot if They Try to Break Into Residents’ Homes


Quote du jour and Best of the Web - Proof Positive

How many scary black guns can you pack into downtown Coeur d'Alene, Idaho on Monday night? - Adrienne's Corner

Seems Like Today Is Not Suited For Satire - Political Clown Parade

A list of buildings damaged and looted in Minneapolis and St. Paul. - Drake's Place

These black lives don't matter, as far as the national media are concerned - American Thinker

Richmond Rioters Block Fire Trucks After Setting Fire to Family Unit With Child Inside - The Lid

Obama's Pro-Iran "Echo Chamber" Maestro Defends Antifa and Terrorists, Claims It Is Not Antifa But the Police Who are Causing Riots - AoSHQ

Play Stupid Games, Win Stupid Prizes - The Other McCain

Swarms of looters break into stores in Manhattan 34 St Macy's , Chaos resulting from foolish 11 PM curfew imposed by Cuomo-De Blasio - The Last Tradition

Climate Cultists Lay Out 50 Step Plan For Markets And Regulators - The Pirates Cove

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."


Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
June 2, 2020


Trump Holds Bible in Front of Church, Libs Everywhere Are Triggered

Monday, June 1, 2020

Today on Boston' s Own "Special Victims Unit"


Boston's Local NPR
Callie Crossley: 'Justice Will Not Be Served Until Those Who Are Unaffected Are As Outraged As Those Who Are'
Demonstrators in Boston have joined those across the nation in recent days in protesting police killings of black Americans. The protests were sparked by the death of George Floyd — a black man who was killed when a white police officer pinned him under his knee in Minneapolis Monday. WGBH Morning Edition Host Joe Mathieu spoke with WGBH's Callie Crossley about the protests. The transcript below has been edited for clarity.

Joe Mathieu: America is heartbroken this morning.

Callie Crossley: And so am I. I said last week after looking at that horrific video of George Floyd that I was scared and sad, and I remain that way this morning because there are real issues. And the people who were in the streets — not only across the country, but here in Boston — before the attention was turned to this looting and the violence, were very sincere in trying to make people hear them. They're quite angry, and we see that because there's been a history, a long history. In fact, the rioting and the looting has a history based in those urban riots of the 1960s that took place in Harlem, in Newark, in Detroit [and] in Watts. And if people know their history, each one of those was precipitated by an interaction between the community and the police. That's just what the history is. But the entire spate of those urban riots started after the peaceful demonstrations of the civil rights organizers. So there is a history there, too.

You know, Joe, I woke up in the middle of the night last night after having seen everybody gathering, so, the huge crowds in Boston — I don't think I've ever seen a crowd so big. I would have called it majestic. And then at midnight, when I happened to wake up, I saw these dispersed little groups attacking stores and breaking glass. You know the term mob effect? I watched other people watch the people who did that and then become part of it because it was just sort of a peer pressure thing, if you will.

Sniff ... The Poor Dears were driven to Looting and Violence by their Peers. I think I may need grief counseling after this.
Mathieu: There have been a lot of references to 1968, right down to the fact that we saw a rocket ship bring two Americans into space over the weekend, Callie. The parallels are remarkable.

Crossley: They really are. I know a lot of people are just ahistorical because it seems so far away, but 50 years or so is really not that far away in any kind of history. I would also remind people that after the long spate of the urban riots in the cities that I mentioned, President Kennedy set up a national advisory commission — please look into this, what's going on? And the answer was: white racism. And there was talk about let's go deal with the root causes, let's figure out some policies that might address it, and it just faded away, as often some of these things do.

So what you see now — and mostly young people, I would say, of all races in the streets — are people who have seen a repeat. I've seen this over and over again. George Floyd, as horrific as it is, has been seen before in many cities. And by the way, just be grateful that we had video — I am — so you could actually see it for the horror that it is. But this is happening all over the country and people don't see it. So that's what drove people out of their houses, into the streets to protest peacefully about something that is so painful that they felt they wanted to express it in a communal way.

Mathieu: Do you worry that message being compromised by violence?

Crossley: Yes, I worry about that, because this morning I get up and all of the stories are focused on the violence. The sentence begins 'It began peacefully, yes, there were large crowds, people seem to be expressing their anger. But now look at all the looting.' And listen, that is real. That's news. That's real. You've got to cover that. But it hurts me to see that the message that the people who left their homes and went from Nubian Square in Boston to walk to the State House to make a statement with their very presence is being overlooked now by some, as President Obama might say, knuckleheads.

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."


Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
June 1, 2020


Who Had 'Race Riots' on Their Pandemic Bingo Cards?

Sunday, May 31, 2020

The issue has gone well beyond good manner.

and will probably not end well here in Boston



Appears we'll have a busy week


Come to Boston and Join the Violence !

Good Morning

Enjoy Your Sunday


Nauset Beach, Orleans, Massachusetts

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Rule 5 Saturday LinkOrama



Miss Spain, Desiree Cordero


Proof Positive - Vintage Babe of the Week - Tonight's Vintage Babe is Debra Paget. and Best of the Web

Political Clown Parade - Flowing Curves Of Beauty

By Other Means - Tuesday Tap Rack and Bang, BeCos(play) It's Friday and Seeing Red

Evi L. Bloggerlady - La Sonnambula 🎭

Ninety Miles From Tyranny - Hot Pick, Girls With Guns, Morning Mistress and Blogs With Rule 5 Links

Grouchy Old Cripple - Saturday Boobage

Irons in the Fire - Friday Data and ... Saturday Data Overflow

The Feral Irishman - Friday Femme Fatale

The Daley Gator - Daley Babe

Diogenes Middle Finger News - A Good Monday Morning from last week will have to do.



A View from the Beach - Rule 5 Saturday - Morgan Fairchild

24 Femmes Per Second - Mary Ure

Knuckledraggin My Life Away - I’m sure she’s taken, men And ... I’ll leave you with this

American Power - Jessica Chastain

Woodsterman - Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

The Other McCain - Rule 5 Sunday Kayleigh “Honey Badger” McEnany

The Pirates Cove - If All You See ... and Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup

Wired Right - A Beautiful End to the Day

The Right Way - Friday Babe and ... Rule 5 Saturday LinkOrama

Friday, May 29, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."


Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 29, 2020


Zuckerberg Is Right—Facebook Isn't the News Hall Monitor for Stupid People

Friday Babe



Marcela Gutierrez

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 28, 2020


Can Joe Biden Survive a Battle With ... Joe Biden?

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 27, 2020


Trump's Twitter Trolling Is the Greatest Entertainment in America

Top of the News


The FBI documents that put Obama in the ‘Obamagate’
- Just the News via The Bongino Report
ust 17 days before President Trump took office in January 2017, then-FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok texted bureau lawyer Lisa Page, his mistress, to express concern about sharing sensitive Russia probe evidence with the departing Obama White House.

Strzok had just engaged in a conversation with his boss, then-FBI Assistant Director William Priestap, about evidence from the investigation of incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, codenamed Crossfire Razor, or “CR” for short.

The evidence in question were so-called "tech cuts" from intercepted conversations between Flynn and Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, according to the texts and interviews with officials familiar with the conversations.

Strzok related Priestap’s concerns about the potential the evidence would be politically weaponized if outgoing Director of National Intelligence James Clapper shared the intercept cuts with the White House and President Obama, a well-known Flynn critic.

“He, like us, is concerned with over sharing,” Strzok texted Page on Jan. 3, 2017, relating his conversation with Priestap. “Doesn’t want Clapper giving CR cuts to WH. All political, just shows our hand and potentially makes enemies.”
In Other News

When Drama Queens Collide - The Daley Gator

Governor Gretchen Whitmer Claims She is Being Victimized By Citizens of Michigan - IOTWreport

Keeping Things Civil: The Afterword to Empire by Orson Scott Card- American Digest

Politico Admits Democrats ‘Dread’ Fast Economic Rebound - Free North Carolina

Cartoon Round Up - Theo Spark

Four Minneapolis Police Officers Fired After Suspect Dies - Evi. L Bloggerlady

The Staff at The NY Times Had One Job - 357 Magnum

Kayleigh McEnany claps back at Leftist Schill Chris Wallace: ‘Journalists not above being questioned’ - 90 Miles From Tyranny

The Should Brings Democrats Strategist Night Sweats - Diogenes Middle Finger News


Andrew Cuomo gave immunity to nursing home execs after big campaign donations
- Yahoo News via Instapundit


Quote du jour and Best of the Web - Proof Positive

Memorial Day 2020 - Adrienne's Corner

New York Times Publishes Names of People Who Died of COVID-19 on Entire Front Page - Political Clown Parade

Minneapolis DEM Mayor Jacob Frey puts on a good show, feigning concern and compassion over George Floyd death. - Drake's Place

Murder soars in Chicago; cops focus on raiding black church services for distancing violations - American Thinker

Rep Gaetz Answers Rice Denial Of Unmasking Knowledge: If Lies Are Music She’s Mozart (Videos) - The Lid

CNN: Although Covid Kills Many, Many More Men Than Women, Women Are the Real Victims, Because... Women in Health Care Make 28% Less Than Men?!?! - AoSHQ

Hallowed Ground - The Other McCain

Tucker: Media critics scold Americans for enjoying Memorial Day - The Last Tradition

Why Do Democrats Want Lockdowns To Continue? A Bad Economy Is Good For Their Election Chances - The Pirates Cove

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 26, 2020


Screw the Distancing—NFL Plans On Filling Stadiums This Fall

Monday, May 25, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 25, 2020


Coronapocalypse Memorial Day Edition

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Good Morning

Enjoy Your Sunday

Friday, May 22, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 22, 2020


Does Anyone Really Believe the Polls Showing Biden Cruising to Victory?

Friday Babe


Chloe Avenaim

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 21, 2020


Treatment of Ron DeSantis vs Andrew Cuomo Is Why People Should Hate the Media

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Crap my Friends Post on Facebook

From FB Friend Bob

Today's the View

from work

Driftway, Scituate, Massachusetts

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 20, 2020


Finally Some Good News—Trump Is About to Flood the Economy With Deregulation

Top of the News


Unsatisfied with only partial destruction of the Commonwealth, Ayanna Pressley urges Charlie Baker to delay reopening plan until there is no possibility of success
Rep. Ayanna Pressley spoke out Tuesday against Gov. Charlie Baker’s recently released plan to reopen the Massachusetts economy.

The first phase of the plan, which Baker detailed Monday, allows a number of businesses and activities — from construction and churches to haircuts and nonessential office work — to resume over the next few weeks, albeit under a number of stringent restrictions intended to prevent a second coronavirus wave.

But Pressley says the state is going too fast.

“[Massachusetts] isn’t ready to ‘reopen,'” she tweeted Tuesday. “Policy decisions that offer a false choice between public health & economic recovery will hurt our communities.”
In Other News

The number one thing to remember about the Russia hoax - The Daley Gator

Press conference in Ukraine names Joe Biden and John Kerry as agents of corruption - IOTWreport

Our Long National Nightmare Has Been Wiped Clean- American Digest

Revealed: Amazon Funding/Partners with Far-Left Hate Group $outhern Poverty Law Center - Free North Carolina

Cartoon Round Up - Theo Spark

Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell), RIP - Evi. L Bloggerlady

Obama’s Pandemic Playbook – What It’s Missing - 357 Magnum

Former CIA Station Chief Exposes Potential List of Indictments for Obama Era Officials - 90 Miles From Tyranny

Careful With That Axe Eugene - Diogenes Middle Finger News


OH, DEAR LORD, REALLY? THAT’S WHAT THEY’RE GOING TO RUN WITH? Impeachment 2.0 The Schiff Hits The Fan. - The Victory Girls via Sarah Hoyt


Quote du jour and Best of the Web - Proof Positive

Apparently we have more weak and easily led people in this country than I thought possible ... and it's very disturbing. - Adrienne's Corner

The Bedwetter - Political Clown Parade

CDC backtracks: now says Covid-19 DOESN'T spread easily on contaminated surfaces. It's SCIENCE! - Drake's Place

Hubris and miscalculation: The left's bid to exploit the virus to defeat Trump - American Thinker

BREAKING: Susan Rice Letter To Self Declassified, Pg One Released (Embedded) DOJ Reviewing Rest) - The Lid

Michael Flynn Asks Appeals Course to Do Its Duty and Dismiss His Case, and Furthermore, to Remove the Lawless Lunatic Emmet Sullivan from the Case - AoSHQ

The Battle of Atillis Gym - The Other McCain

Video-Trump defends taking hydroxychloroquine, hits back at Pelosi as 'sick' - The Last Tradition

Surprise: Democrat Governors Are Getting Hit With Lots Of Lawsuits - The Pirates Cove

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Krusier's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly.

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 19, 2020


Censorship Has Mutated and Is Thriving During Coronavirus Pandemic

Monday, May 18, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly.

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 18, 2020


Lock Up the Lockdown Governors

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Good Morning

Enjoy Your Sunday


Rexhame Beach, Marshfield, Massachusetts

Friday, May 15, 2020

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 15, 2020


ACLU Sues Due Process Champion DeVos

Friday Babe

Double Dip


Emma Davies



Bar Refaeli

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Crap my Friends Post on Facebook

From Dan this time



I bet Dan's been working on his Claymore Roomba all afternoon.

Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 14, 2020


Richard Grenell Is the Superhero America Needs Right Now

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Crap my Friends Post on Facebook

















Kruiser's Morning Brief


"The more pity, that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly."

Mr. Stephen Kruiser
The Morning Brefing
May 13, 2020


Let California Twist in the Wind Without a Bailout