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The Hamas Israel Cease-fire Is Tainted by Anti-Semitism


June 6, 2021 --

A New York Times story, May 22,  on the cease-fire between Israel and Hamas,  concluded by quoting President Biden's assertion, the day before that "'a two state the only answer." That of course was the UN General Assembly's answer to the Palestine problem, November 29, 1947 when it adopted General Assembly  Resolution 181 recommending the partition of Palestine into two states -- one Jewish and one Arab, with Jerusalem to hold international status.  The Arab world rejected that solution and went to war against Israel, May 15, 1948 to abort a Jewish state.

Israel prevailed over the invading Arab armies and eventually truces were agreed to between Israel and Egypt, Jordan and Syria.  The first round in the Arab-Israel conflict was over by January 1949.  It is worth noting however, that the truces notwithstandin,g the Arabs  not maintained belligerent rights against Israel.  Egypt's President Gamal Abdul Nasser, for example,  cited belligerency against Israel to justify his ban on Israeli traffic through the Suez Canal.

The documents in the 1948 volume, Part 2, of Foreign Relations of the United States are a treasure trove of material, much of it labeled "Top Secret" at the time, dealing with U.S. diplomacy on the first round of the Arab-Israel conflict.

Of particular interest, in view of Biden's ongoing insistence for "'a two state solution" is a telegram, dated January 3, 1949, from Acting Secretary of State Robert A. Lovett to Wells Stabler, U.S. consul in Amman.  This "Top Secret" communication indicated  more than once that Washington favored the incorporation of the West Bank in Jordan (then known as Transjordan).   This telegram -- which has not drawn much, if any, attention these 72 years -- concluded by authorizing Stabler "to state that US believes logical outcome negotiations between T[rans]J[ordan] and Israelis would be incorporation greater part Arab Palestine in TJ."  Lovett ended the telegram with this observation to Stabler, who was about 30 years old at the time:  "You will know best how to do this without giving impression US supporting TJ against Arab League and without involving US in Arab politics."

Certainly at the Department of State, by the beginning of 1949, a "two state solution" was not considered "the only answer," unless the  two states were Israel and Jordan.   The truth is that there was no recognized State of Palestine in 1949.  Palestine was not a national entity and, therefore, could not have been a belligerent in the Arab-israel conflict.   Egypt created the Palestine Liberation Organization in 1964 as an anti-Israel ploy.  Note, further, that Egypt held the Gaza Strip from 1948 to 1967.  It did not cede the strip, during those years, for purpose of establishing a country, or part thereof, called Palestine. Indeed, Egypt used Gaza as launching pad for the fedayeen irregulars who, from time to time, infiltrated into the southern part of Palestine for purpose of mayhem and murder.  It was the Egypt- sponsored fedayeen raids that prompted Israel to agree to collaborate with Great Britain and France in the October 1956 round in the Middle East conflict.

Throughout the many decades of the conflict between Israel and her neighboring countries -- Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon (Iraq is also a belligerent against Israel, but not contiguous with her, the thrust of international diplomacy seemed to expect, as Abba Eban put it, that the victor on the battlefield must sue for peace.  Consider, in this connection the facile formula: land for peace. This formula called upon Israel to give up land in exchange for peace.  The asymmetry of this formula becomes obvious with this question:  Don;t the Arab belligerents also get peace? The invidious formula, however, reflected millennia of anti-Semitism holding that the Jew is expect to please to be permitted to live.  The anti-Semitic tradition that marked the relationship between Jew and non-Jew, of course, underscores comments acknowledging that Israel has a right to exist; that Israel has a right to defend itself?  

Does anyone every deliver such remarks in reference to other nation-states?   Is there ever heard the statement:  Great Britain has a right to exist, or France has a right to defend herself.  Thart is to say, is right of existence or right of self-defense ever a matter of majority vote.   Should the UN declare:  Israel no longer has a right to exist, does that mean Israelis should board refugee ships and planes with the last leaving Israeli turning out the light.

Let me now explain why Biden reflects two millennia of anti-Semitism when, as has been reported, he suggested to Israel's prime minister that time will soon be up on Israel's response to rocket attack from Hamas. 

As an American citizen, I of course have the First Amendment right to lecture Biden. Besides, I am three years older than he and perhaps have some familiarity with the Middle East conflict he lacks, notwithstanding his nearly half century holding elective office.

Have we heard Biden comment that the strategy of Hamas to use civilians has human shield is unconscionable?  Does Biden blame Hamas for civilian deaths resulting from the Hamas practice of embedding rocket-launching sites close to civilians?  Has Biden stated that Hamas is responsible for all civilian casualties incurred consequent to measures taken by Israel in self-defense?

Biden effectively tells Israel, you really have no right to self-defense, because the time for you to respond to Hamas attack will be determined by those of us who remain afflicted with the virus of anti-Semitism, and hold that the Jew must get permission from the non-Jew to  live; the Jew will live, that is to say, on our terms,   And, Biden effectively has told Netanyahu, you are not to be permitted to destroy the capability of attack of an organization committed to your annihilation.

Consider the horror of Kristallnacht.  That nationwide pogrom in Germany, killing Jews, burning synagogues, destroying Jewish businesses lasted a day or two,  Consider the termination of Kristallnacht as  kind of a cease-fire. Did the Kristallnact "cease-fire" lead to resolution by the Nazis of the "root causes" of the Jewish problem? How did Hitler get to his "root causes" in dealing with his anti-Semitism?   Genocide was the Nazi way of getting to the root causes of "the Jewish problem."   

For Hamas, the root cause of its problem with Israel is...the existence of Israel.

Hamas is committed to the annihilation of the Jewish state.  Buried in its lead story May 22, The New York Times informed readers:  "Hamas does not recognize Israeli so it is  not considered a potential partner for peace." What better proof that The New York Times cannot tell its readers how rabid, indeed Nazi-like, is the Hamas program for Israel -- soft-pedaling it aim for Israel which is rather more violent that mere non-recognition.   But it is not enough that the Times should whitewash the genocidal mindset of the Hamas charter.    Many paragraphs earlier, the Times wondered if Israel violated international law by counter-attacking against Hamas.  What doe this say if not: how dare Israel defend herself against her attackers?

Had the world stood up to Hitler, arguably he would not have dared go to war, much less embark on a policy of genocide.  

If Donald Trump were president, Hamas would not have dared fire 4000 rockets at Israel civilians.  And had Hamas, in its anti-Semitic zeal, moved against Israel, the Trump administration would not have told Israel, "Your time for self-defense is running out."  Donald Trump would not have told Benjamin Netanyahu, "I'm sorry, but I'm being pressured by The Squad and our allies to force you to let Hamas live to fight you another day, because, you must understand, they will not accept your defeat of Hamas."

If Hamas were to attack another country -- Turkey, for example, President  Erdogan would not be pressured to accept an unconditional ceasefire.  He would simply move against Hamas till it was wiped out,

The truth is inescapable:   The Hamas goal to destroy Israel is no problem for Biden.   Indeed, the Squad's shrill demand that he protect Hamas is no problem for Biden.  And that is because the United States has a president who has yet to be inoculated against the virus of anti-Semitism.  How can a president who says Israel has the right of self-defense, but then ties her hands so that she put an end to assault  from   enemy sworn to her destruction, not be tainted with anti-Semitism.

And by the way, if there is such a strangling blockade of Gaza, how does Hamas build up its rocket arsenal? 



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Concerning this matter ab out disproportionality

June 6, 2021 --

Third party sources, quite anti-Israel, have seized on the proportionality as club with which to beat Israel.   Indeed, a report in the anti-Israel New York Times suggested that the issue could lead to charges of war crimes against the Jewish state.

Late in the afternoon of May 23, it occurred to LPR that the media people hollering "disproportion, disproportion" at Israel are the very  people who have no problem being disproportionately hostile in their news coverage of Israel, Donald J. Trump, conservatives and people with caucasoid skin, among their other targets.


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Down With the Proposed January 6 Commission

June 6, 2021 --

The matter is now up to the Senate, with the House having approved the idea, 35 Republicans going along with the House Democrats.

LPR believes that the Oblivious 35 -- oblivious to the trap Speaker Pelosi has made for the GOP -- should, every single one, be primaried. Monica Showalter at American Thinker has identified the 35 oblivious House GOPers.  


(LPR also had a piece at American Thinker on the subject of the Oblivious 35, who LPR sees as having come down with a case of Cheneyitis.)

In the Senate, GOP leader Mitch McConnell says heis opposed to the idea of a January 6 commission.   May he stick to his guns.  Will ten Republicans vote with the Senate Democrats to override a filibuster against this commission to sandbag Republicans and bring us closer to totalitarian government.  Susan Collins says she will vote for the commission if it is bipartisan. -- that is to say, if the Republican members are all Never Trumpers.   

Mitt Romney is likely to support the proposal.  LPR thinks he rarely saw a leftist proposal he didn't like -- the better to get favorable notices in leftist propaganda sheets.  Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse?  LPR would not be surprised if they go along.  

But what if Mitch blocks the measure from even reaching the Senate floor?  After all, he kept Merrick Garland from getting on the Supreme Court. 

How about a Republican senator responding to the lie that the crowd at the Capitol, January 6, amounted to an insurrection, by saying, "that would be an 'insurrection' taking less time than your average major league baseball game"?   Remember, the one person shot and killed at the Capitol January 6, was a civilian, Ashli Babbitt, shot by a Capitol cop, still unidentified, under circumstances still undisclosed.

And what's this that many people arrested January 6 are still held in solitary confinement yet only  face trespass charges -- charges that might be difficult to prove in view of videos that reportedly show the demonstrators were invited into the Capitol by...the cops?

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LPR Visitor Statistics

June 6, 2021 --

LPR is pleased to report that on May 26, this site drew visits at the rate of more than 5,000 for the day.   If that rate stayed constant, LPR have more than one million visits per annum!  The only way LPR gets publicized is by word of mouth -- or word by email. 

Plese tell family, friends, co-workers and political figures about LPR.

The more our statistics grow, the more our officials will take us seriously.

Note, too, that LPR does not solicit donations, or require payment to visit this site.  (Other sites, alas, do.)

And for reasons unknown to LPR, our biggest source of visitors come from China, and, in particular the city of Shenzhen. How about more visits from the U.S. and Europe, among other regions?

LPR here shares with its visitors the May stats for the top 23 countries,  as of May 27:

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France, Austria, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Greece -- how about you?

(Note that LPR like Italy and Bangladesh and Seychelles had two visitors  from Taiwan, through May 27.)


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Canine Corner

June 6, 2021 --

Lulu on grass

Lulu with new friend

Lulu with friend. (2)

Lulu stretched out

Lulu and new friend up close

Lulu with purple background

3 dogs on a twig and one looking on



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LPR Confesses ...

June 6, 2021 --

Town Hall reported, May 23, that Secretary of State Blinken avoided, on ABC;s "This Week,"  answering a question from George Stephanpoulos about the pro-Hamas stance taken by Democrats like Rep. Ocasio-Cortez.

LPR confesses that it no longer pays attention to the Sunday morning interview programs, given that they are moderated by personalities who are allied with the Democrat party.  indeed, LPR wonders why Republicans bother to appear on these programs where they can expect to be hectored, harassed and humiliated by the immoderate "moderators".  Republicans should stick to interviews by Sean Hannity, Dan Bongino and Michael Savage, who are not likely to be disproportionate in terms of anti-GOP bias.



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LPR Advisory to Former President Trump

June 6, 2021 --

LPR has seen word that you are going to schedule a series of rallies in the near future.   One date that seems logical would be The Fourth of July.   Why not invite the members of your administration to this event and, further, have them gather at Mar-A-Lago on Labor Day weekend to discuss formation of a shadow cabinet with an eye to 2024, this group to go into effect January 2022.

Also, you are not wrong to point out that the totalitarian-minded Democrats march in lockstep, compared to the GOP that, at times, seems to break up into bickering factions -- but keep in mind, it is because the Democrats are totalitarian-minded that they march in lockstep, as totalitarian governments always do. 

Their seemingly monolithic unanimity is clear evidence that they are opposed to the indicia of a free people, including, foremost, freedom of speech and the right to dissent.  Our tradition of liberty is  unacceptable to the totalitarian-minded Democrats. Congresswoman Elise Stefanik,  Congressman Jim Jordan: please copy.



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The Colors of June

June 6, 2021 --

The color violet

The Riverdale monument. 5/21

Pretty in pink

Local green deal

Pink blossoms where tulips stood

Arching tree

The "Debbie" rose

Flowers outside Henry Hudson Park, Bx.

Flowers in HH Park (purple)

Tree on HH Pkwy over six stories tall


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A Personal Beseechment to Republican Office-holders From LPR

June 6, 2021 --

During the 2020 election cycle, the LPR mailbox was filled, just about daily, with numerous requests for donations from Republican members of the House and Senate, from GOP candidates, from conservative organizations.

In recent weeks, my mailbox is again stuffed with beseechments for contributions.  Please understand that LPR's means are quite limited.   I would also point out that LPR's letters to the Republican National Committee chair never get personal answers -- just more form requests for  dollars.

Yes, money is an important factor, but the political message is uppermost.  To all GOP solicitation beseechers, LPR advises that you turn to the first half of Federalist No. 57 and apply its message of conservative populism in your campaigns.  Indeed, why not have Republican candidates campaign as a team? The voters, after all do not respond to greenbacks; they respond to the political message that stirs their souls.


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A Dayton Seaside Aspect to a Lawsuit against President Trump

June 6, 2021 --

The lawsuit concerns alleged actions the Trump Administration took to clear Lafayette Square of leftist demonstrators June 1, 2020.

LPR happened across an internet report stating the following:

"Attorney Randy Mastro alleged law enforcement used smoke bombs, pepper balls, and other use-of-force actions to clear out protesters last summer, adding some demonstrators suffered physical ailments and psychological distress."

In the 1990s, Mastro worked for Mayor Rudy Giuliani and, upon information and belief, helped Giuliani smear the Zukerman family in connection with the Dayton Seaside property tax manipulation.  (Rather than settle the transitional phase of a contractual tax abatement to full taxes, Giuliani, well-served by Mastro, manipulated the property taxes to claim vast tax arrears, a claim that forced the three Dayton Seaside apartment buildings in Rockaway Park, Queens, into bankruptcy. 

The bankruptcy judge ignored issues of material fact and granted the city summary judgment, leading to the forced sale in bankruptcy of the Dayton Seaside buildings.  Are the claims made by Mastro, concerning the leftist demonstration in the nation's capitol, a year ago, as spurious as Giuliani's claim, ignoring the tax abatement status of Dayton Seaside, that the Dayton Seaside buildings were in tax arrears.

The Dayton Seaside property tax manipulation proved the ongoing relevance of Madison's observation in Federalist  Paper No. 10, that "there is, perhaps, no legislative act" than the apportionment of property taxes "in which greater opportunity and temptation are given to a predominant party to trample on the rules of justice."  The rules of justice were trampled by Giuliani and his acolytes in the Dayton Seaside property tax manipulation, which required, as HUD held mortgages on two Dayton Seaside buildings, the assistance of then HUD secretary Andrew Cuomo, with then Rep. Anthony Weiner piling on.


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O Mr. Moon, Moon,
Mr. Silv'ry Moon, won't you please shine down me

June 6, 2021 --

Full moon, May 24, 1:55 a.m.

Full moon from window. 5/26

Cloud-shrouded moon

Real full 5/26 moon

Brighter than ever. 5/26




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A theory on one aspect of anti-Semitism

June 6, 2021 --

Anti-Semites have no little difficulty when Jews fight to defend themselves, because the anti-Semite believes that the appropriate way for
a Jew to respond to attack is by pleading for mercy, preferably by groveling at the feet of the anti-Semite who may or may not respond favorably to the supplication.

LPR posits that the foregoing explains the difficulty anti-Semites in the Democrat party and in the "international community" have when Israel responds  with military force to attack by Jihadists, and, further, generally consider any. defensive  use of force by the Jewish state "disproportionate."

The Jew, for the anti-Semite  after all, is supposed to grovel when attacked, not resist.  And should the Jew even dare to fight back, as Biden made clear, the anti-Semite will impose a severe time limit to make sure the source of the attack on Jews is not defeated, the anti-Semite understanding that it is intolerable for the despised Jew to force his attacker to surrender.


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Hey, New York Times, Here is the Hamas Solution to the Root Causes of the Recent Fighting Against Israel

June 6, 2021 --

The lead story in The New York Times, May 22 declared:

For Israel and Hamas,
  Root Causes of Conflict
    Are Far From Resolved

The Times, however, is not exactly forthcoming. It must be aware that Article 13 of the Hamas Charter provides this solution to the Palestine problem:  "There is no solution to the Palestinian problem except by Jihad." (Biden should be informed that the charter rules out negotiations.  Except for unconditional cease-fires that can be the occasion for joyous celebrations by the Hamas jihadists?)


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LPR Photo Gallery

May 19, 2021 --

Waiting for the uptown N train

Leaving subway at Lexington

Queenboro bridge tower in center

Dr. Bruce Paly's office address


Solitary BLMer 5/21

Unity Matters

Gathering storm on West 14th

Interesting building on W.14th

Once Forbes, now NYU

Great ices at Nick's



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Daniel Henninger on the January 6 Commission, and Donald J. Trump

June 6, 2021 --

Daniel Henninger, in his May 27 Wall Street Journal column, "The Pelosi Commission Fiasco " recognizes that the idea for the commission is a symptom of Trump Derangement Syndrome, which Henninger suggests is irrational animosity directed at the former president.   

Yet the tone of Henninger's column seems to apportion some blame for the January 6 melee at the Capitol on Mr. Trump and goes on to opine that a Democrat will be elected president if Trump is again the GOP nominee, in 2024. 

LPR would suggest to Mr. Henninger that he wait until after the 2022 congressional elections before ruling out a Trump re-election in 2024.

Mr. Henninger concluded his column (that managed to be anti-Trump as well as opposed to a January 6 commission) comparing the January 6 melee to the Red Brigades capture and murder, in 1978,  of one-time Italian premier Aldo Moro. Mr. Henninger, it was a cop who killed Ashli Babbitt, not a "terrorist."   And that unpleasantness at the Capitol, January 6 of this year, took up  less time than your average Major League Baseball game.  And the magnitude of lives lost, property damage wreaked, and general chaos sowed by antifa and BLM throughout the long hot year of 2020 goes light years beyond that eye-blink summed up as "Jan. 6." 

Only someone afflicted with Trump Derangement Syndrome would, LPR believes, disagree.

"A vote that represents free will is never wasted"
-- David Zukerman

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Some random thoughts on the push by Speaker Pelosi for a January 6 Commission

June 6, 2021 --

How long did the "insurrection" last -- 2 hours, 2 and a half?

That's some insurrection. MLB games take much longer.

How many "insurrectionists" were armed?

One bozo with a flintlock?

How many legislators or aides were held hostage for ransom?


How many people were killed?

Other, that is,  than the pro-Trump Ashli Babbitt who was shot by a still unidentified Capitol cop.

Does the media lie about January 6?

Should the name the late Capitol Police Officer Brian Sickwick come to mind in a mendacious NYT context?


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The New Park ON the Hudson River at 13th Street

June 6, 2021 --

LPR noticed this park last fall and this image of the park appeared on LPR's  April 5 posting .  A friend, recently, emailed a link to a New York Times article about the park's opening.  LPR had on at least two occasions emailed the outfit managing the park for permission to go to the site prior to opening.  The outfit managing the park did not give LPR the courtesy of a reply.  The outfit was contacted at the suggestion of the NYC Parks Department which disclaimed any role in overseeing the park.  At least Parks responded to LPR's email.

LPR will try, now that the park apparently is open, to go aboard the new venue, called Little Island.

(LPR could not read the link its friend sent because the Times wants to be paid to see its online copy.).

Did this park really cost more than $260 million?  Think of the many meals that would have fed the homeless and hungry of the city.

New park not open as of 3/21

Unopened park beyond pilings


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Paul Ryan: A Real Regressive Republican

June 6, 2021 --

Here are a few excerpts, via CNN,  from former Speaker Paul Ryan's talk at the Reagan library May 27. 

As you can see, he is oblivious to the "core principles" of populist conservativism that establishment Republicans shrink from as a vampire shrinks from the rising sun.'   

Those "core principles," LPR believes are set forth in Federalist No. 57, including the instruction that officials must stay close to the people or government turns tyrannical.

Washington (CNN)Former House Speaker Paul Ryan criticized former President Donald Trump and his hold on the Republican Party during a speech Thursday night as he warned the GOP about drifting from the "core principles of conservatism."

Ryan, a critic of the former President in the past, said at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, that Republicans must move away from the "populist appeal of one personality" because "then we're not going anywhere."

"Once again, we conservatives find ourselves at a crossroads. And here's the reality that we have to face: If the conservative cause depends on the populist appeal of one personality, or of second-rate imitations, then we're not going anywhere. Voters looking for Republican leaders want to see independence and mettle," Ryan said.


Now LPR asks its visitors, which Republican has more "independence and mettle than Donald J. Trump?


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LPR's Recommended Links

June 6, 2021 --

To those who linked, LPR 5/19,  to the concluding scene from the movie "Babe," the music here will be familiar.  (See also, the Wikipedia entry for the movie "Babe.)


Symphony No. 3 (The Organ Symphony),  by Camille Saint-Saens.


The Triumphal March from Aida, played by a Budapest orchestra



For LPR visitors who want all of Act II, Scene 2 of Aida, please go to this link, the opera performed marvelously in Azerbaijan:



And here is Sing, Sing, Sing performed at the Royal Albert Hall in 2015


Who better to remind us of the great (U.S.) Big Band Sound than the U.K.'s John Wilson Orchestra. Please click -- and enjoy!



I think Sen. Grassley should get some support. And Garland should be required to show cause that he is not balancing the scales of Justice to her left.


No garland for Garland.



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June 6, 2021 --

From the Wall Street Journal:

A Wall Street Journal story, May 27 carried a headline saying that Rep. Liz Cheney "Sees Her Re-Election Bid as Vote on GOP's Future." There she goes, again, putting herself at the center of the political world. Sorry, Liz, you are not the be-all and end-all of the Republican party.

From Roger Kimball, writing, at American Greatness, on "The Impotence of Paul Ryan":

Representative Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) actually represents Peggy Noonan and the republic of Georgetown. Spiritually, it’s the same constituency represented by Mitt Romney and his understudy, Paul Ryan. 

From Alan Dershowitz:

Retired law professor Alan Dershowitz expects that former President Trump will be indicted, but acquitted after trial.  LPR disagrees. If Mr. Trump goes on trial in New York (state or federal court) a New York jury will convict him, with media hectoring led by The New York Pravda, of course.  For acquittal, LPR fears that Mr. Trump will have to appeal, perhaps to the Supreme Court of the United States.  And the case could extend into the 2022 election season.

Congratulations to Two Greybeards:

To golfer Phil Mickelson, 50, on winning the 2021 PGA  championship, his second PGA win and 6th major; and to Helio Castroneves, 46, on winning the 105th Indianapolis 500, his 4th Indy win, tying A.J Foyt, Al Unser, and Rick Mears in  Indy wins.

Hallelujah!  GOP Senators Stand Tall and Block the Jan. Commission:

Senate Republicans, May 28, blocked Speaker Pelosi's ploy to smear the GOP with false accusations about the January 6 trouble at the Capitol. The totalitarian-minded Democrats needed 60 vote to get Senate approval for the commission, but only six of the Republican senators voted to shoot themselves in the foot:  Collins, Murkowski, Romney, Portman, Sasse, and Cassidy.  The vote was 54 in favor, and 35 opposed, with eleven senators not voting.   Next, LPR suspects, the Democrats will direct their fire to abolishing the filibuster.  The smarmy six Republicans are hardly supporters of former president Trump, which puts them out of touch with the great majority of Republican voters.  Consequently, they thumb their noses at the advice in Federalist No. 57 that officials should stay close to the people. 

This just came to mind …

LPR cannot understand why the supposedly conservative Wall Street Journal insists on following  the lead of the rabidy anti-conservative New York Times in denouncing, in both its news and editorial columns, as "baseless lies," suggestions  from well-meaning people that the 2020 presidential election was not run according to Hoyle.  How expect Republicans to get a firm backbone when the Journal seems to bow to... peer pressure? Clearly, propaganda sheets like the Times are not peers to emulate in any form.

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