Country folk know how to party: A massive country music festival in Kentucky earlier this month started off on rocky footing: Police found meth, marijuana, and an open bottle of alcohol in the first vehicle they stopped at a traffic checkpoint. One of the people in the car had two active warrants out for their arrest. The details of the “Redneck Rave’s” incidents are grisly, by the end of the five-day bash, one man had been impaled, one woman had been strangled to the point of unconsciousness, and one throat had been slit. In all, authorities arrested 14 people, and charged four dozen people from five states. Another Redneck Rave is scheduled for October of this year. Now that was a party.
Past time: Much has been made about last week’s School Board meeting in Virginia. After a meeting of the Loudoun County School Board devolved into a shouting match on Tuesday night, police arrested two men, reportedly parents. The board chair then castigated parents for engaging in “dog-whistle politics.” The board then declared the meeting they scheduled, an “unlawful assembly” and closed it. The board members, and those that voted for them, have forgotten they were elected to “represent” the citizens. They were NOT elected to RULE. It is time to remind everyone, especially those seeking election.
But there was no fraud: According to Judicial Watch, in the 2020 election, in 353 counties, in 29 states, had voter registration that exceeded 100%.
Update: Headline: “Former Native American Schools for Children’s Remains.” I remarked on the recent discovery of a mass grave of 215 First Nations children in Canada. I said it would get worse. Another site with 750 graves has been found. This will prompt a national reckoning of a shameful chapter in Canadian history. And not only there. Now, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland has announced a new initiative that would delve into the records of the federal schools to which Native American children were forcibly relocated for 150 years. There will be bitter tears shed.
She speaks, again: Haven’t written anything about Crazy Mazie for a while. Well, she accused Republican Texas Sen. Ted Cruz of “mansplaining” Wednesday after he referenced her in a question to a nominee about the judicial principle of originalism during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. I would remind the Senator from the great state of Texas, in her own words, Ms. Hirono has stated, “we Democrats know so much, that is true. And we have kind of have to tell everyone how smart we are.” So you really don’t have to explain anything to her. Besides, it wouldn’t do any good, she doesn’t listen.