REUTERS’ LATEST MEDIA OUTLET TO TOSS TEAM HILLARY A BONE
Donald Trump is
correct. The fix is in.
Not so much potential voting fraud.But blatant, unrelenting media bias.Unreported in-kind donations to Hillary Clinton.Many obvious.Some more subtle.
For example, Trump added nine new people to his economic
advisory team on Thursday, including eight women.And here’s how Reuters rained on the parade…
“Thursday’s announcement helps round out the gender balance on Trump’s
economic team, but it still includes mostly
business people.There are no new
academic economists or policy experts.”
Trump is surrounding himself with “business people” who actually
generate revenue for the economy and create jobs rather than egg-headed policy
wonks and armchair classroom theorists…and Reuters reports that as a NEGATIVE?
LAS VEGAS DOME CRITIC
SUFFERING FROM PREMATURE EXACERBATION
Jon Ralston - Nevada’s
#2 liberal blogger who no longer has a TV show - breathlessly “reported”
recently that some twenty-something, left-wing Bernie Sanders supporter – who may or may not still be living in
his mom’s basement in Los Angeles – distributed a slick flyer (written and paid
for by?) criticizing the proposed Las Vegas Dome to state legislators.
In it Alex Leichenger(pictured at right) declares the proposed stadium project a “scam.”
As one of Sanders’ socialist disciples, one would expect
that young Mr. Leichenger would hate corporations – you know, those thingies
that create jobs for people not lucky enough to land gigs as liberal community
organizers - and he does not disappoint…
“It’s a gargantuan waste of money,” Millennial Al declares in his flyer,
“funneling funds that could be spent on housing, health care or other essential
public services to the wealthiest members of society.”
The fact is it’s the wealthiest members of society - who
liberals despise - that create the jobs and tax revenue that pay for “essential
The inconvenient truth is that poor people don’t create jobs
or wealth.Successful business people who
start and run corporations do.
Yes, the kid is an idealistic ignoramus – but there’s always
hope that he’ll grow out of his naiveté when he gets a real job and has to pay
his fair share.So we’ll cut him a
Here are two other facts…
1.)The stadium proposal isn’t anywhere near
finalized yet, so to declare the project a “scam” before even knowing the
details is a case of premature exacerbation.
2.)Because of the unique circumstances
surrounding this particular project in this particular community with this
particular primary source of economic activity (entertainment and tourism), you
can’t simply say the proposal is bad just because similar proposals were bad
That is, at the very least, simple-minded.
No wonder Blogger Jon jumped all over it.
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
“I was skeptical of this whole thing (Las Vegas Dome stadium
project) for a variety of reasons, but the more I hear about it the more I like
it.The main thing is it’s going to be
funded by room taxes, so, essentially, no citizens in Nevada will have to pay
for it.” – Assemblyman Ira Hansen (R-Washoe), Reno Gazette-Journal, 8/12/16