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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has blasted plenty of criticism at President Trump, but with his record on crime and gang violence, it’s like firing off a shotgun in a glass house. Trump recently responded that if Emanuel can’t get the “carnage” in Chicago under control, the feds might have to take action. No word yet on what that would entail, but as a New Yorker, Trump is certainly aware of the pattern of Democratic cities finally turning in desperation to Republican leaders to clean up the messes created by generations of liberal rule. (For the record: Chicago’s last Republican mayor left office in 1931.)

It’s questionable just how reliable any mainstream media outlet is when it comes to predicting what President Trump will do next, but the AP is reporting that he plans to announce his nominee to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court on February 2nd. The name of the pick is still a secret, but it’s reportedly one of three judges who were on the original list he offered to conservatives during the campaign (again, keeping a promise to conservative voters – how many pundits predicted that?)

You can read about the three SCOTUS possibilities here, but don’t be too shocked if the story changes between now and February 2nd. I can’t help thinking that the A.P. probably doesn’t have that many friendly sources in the White House at the moment.

The Dow just topped 20,000 for the first time in history. The day after Trump's election, New York Times economist Paul Krugman declared that if he had to predict when markets would recover, his first-pass answer would be "never...We are very probably looking at a global recession, with no end in sight." Can we now safely say that any scrap of a reputation for unbiased economic analysis that Krugman once enjoyed will "never" recover?

Speaking of irrational people making threats against Trump and his team, even his advisor Kelleyanne Conway has now been put under Secret Service protection because of a scary incident aimed at her, thanks to the endless demonization of her in the media. This is why, more than ever, there is no place for any Secret Service agent who is not 100% dependable.

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Continuing the right-wing uproar over Houston's subpoena of local anti-gay pastors tied to a  lawsuit  against the city's LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination ordinance, Mike Huckabee directed "every pastor in America" to send their sermons to mayor Annise Parker and every viewer to send her a Bible. 

Continuing the right-wing uproar over Houston's subpoena of local anti-gay pastors tied to a  lawsuit  against the city's LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination ordinance, Mike Huckabee directed "every pastor in America" to send their sermons to mayor Annise Parker and every viewer to send her a Bible. 

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has blasted plenty of criticism at President Trump, but with his record on crime and gang violence, it’s like firing off a shotgun in a glass house. Trump recently responded that if Emanuel can’t get the “carnage” in Chicago under control, the feds might have to take action. No word yet on what that would entail, but as a New Yorker, Trump is certainly aware of the pattern of Democratic cities finally turning in desperation to Republican leaders to clean up the messes created by generations of liberal rule. (For the record: Chicago’s last Republican mayor left office in 1931.)

It’s questionable just how reliable any mainstream media outlet is when it comes to predicting what President Trump will do next, but the AP is reporting that he plans to announce his nominee to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court on February 2nd. The name of the pick is still a secret, but it’s reportedly one of three judges who were on the original list he offered to conservatives during the campaign (again, keeping a promise to conservative voters – how many pundits predicted that?)

You can read about the three SCOTUS possibilities here, but don’t be too shocked if the story changes between now and February 2nd. I can’t help thinking that the A.P. probably doesn’t have that many friendly sources in the White House at the moment.

The Dow just topped 20,000 for the first time in history. The day after Trump's election, New York Times economist Paul Krugman declared that if he had to predict when markets would recover, his first-pass answer would be "never...We are very probably looking at a global recession, with no end in sight." Can we now safely say that any scrap of a reputation for unbiased economic analysis that Krugman once enjoyed will "never" recover?

Speaking of irrational people making threats against Trump and his team, even his advisor Kelleyanne Conway has now been put under Secret Service protection because of a scary incident aimed at her, thanks to the endless demonization of her in the media. This is why, more than ever, there is no place for any Secret Service agent who is not 100% dependable.

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I'm getting burned out from the roller coaster ride of this primary. We've gone from one end of the party in Rudy Guiliani (Socially Bad/Fiscally Decent) to Huckabee ( Socially Good/Fiscally Horrible). I wish the party could settle for some middle ground like Romney or Thompson.

The clock only needed to cycle once before Romney went negative. Like most of the people who grew up in the lap of luxury and surround themselves with yes men , Mitt (am I the only one to think that his first name is Catcher's) doesn't have the luxury of patience. To him this is just one small step for a man along to way to a giant leap for egokind. His decision making process speaks volumes about what sort of President he would make.

AdAl, and Huck's inability to comment on the most pressing foriegn policy issue of our time shows how he would approach his presidency -- with a laugh and a shoulder shrug. No thanks.

Mitt's going negative isn't about his ego. It's just Iowa is important for his momentum. Huckabee has taken it from him by charming the voters, so obviously Mitt has to do something. He just can't sit on the side and watch Huckabee woo the voters with jokes. So Mitt has to do something, Iowan's already know his stance. Now he needs to give them a compare and contrast approach between him and Huckabee.

That's right AA, Romney's decision making does speak volumns. That would include his business record, Olympic decision making and fiscal record in Massachusetts to name a few. We don't need a court jester in chief running the world's most important position.

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