Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell appears to be fixated on the “studs” in the Trump Administration. I couldn’t quite figure out whether he was making a veiled reference to Stormy Daniels, or refurbishing the Oval Office for Trump’s second term. Now rumor does have it that Mr. Swalwell has spent some serious time personally investigating the Trump/Stormy connection. He brags that he’s logged at least 40 hours on Ms. Daniels rather ‘ample’ website.
Somebody had both the facts (IG and DOJ) and cajones to not let McCabe pull a #LoisLerner . You, Mr. Swalwell, should be less worried about the 'studs' in the Trump organization and more worried about Barack Obama's pension. After all, a fish rots from the head.
— ThePublicEditor.com (@TPE_PubEditor) March 17, 2018
**Disclaimer–Just kidding, Mr. Swalwell. We won’t know for sure that you’ve been using your Government computer to log onto porn sites until we finish the investigation. Oh, and as far as using your Congressional Expense Account to pay for your PornHub subscription….? I’m sure you have a perfectly logical explanation.
According to the Seattle Times, that “Iconic “will the last person” Seattle billboard bubbles up again“.
It’s been 38 years since Bob McDonald and Jim Youngren put up the iconic billboard reading “Will the last person leaving Seattle — Turn out the lights,” and its slogan has been used worldwide any time there is an economic downturn.
Seattle does have its problems again, but California? That a whole ‘nuther level of problems. Cross the equally iconic “Caution – Illegal Crossing” with “Caution – Residents Fleeing” like Michael Ramirez has, and you begin to understand why U-Haul will practically pay you to take a trailer into California. From The Mercury News,
Moving from San Jose to Las Vegas, Nevada? You’ll shell out $945 to rent a 10-foot U-Haul truck, and $1,990 to rent a 26-foot truck, for up to four days, according to the U-Haul website. But make the move in the other direction, and you’ll pay $119 for a 10-foot truck and $132 for a 26-foot truck.
Moving from Phoenix, Arizona to San Jose is the same — $119 for the smallest truck, and $132 for the largest. But a trip from San Jose to Phoenix costs $618 and $1,301.
Or three. You can always count on Maxine Waters to keep you amused and confused.