With apologies to Stuart Gorrell and Hoagy Carmichael: Georgia is on our minds today.

Georgia’s duty: Stop the far left from dominating Congress.

A Time for Choosing: A Test for Our Souls.

A legitimate loss is something everyone can understand (albeit not happy about) but this is outrageous!  WATCH: Stacey Abrams Brags About Lack of ‘Exact’ Signature Matching in Georgia.

‘A-woman’: Oy vey!

Sorry, Pelosi: Eliminating official use of ‘mother’ isn’t inclusive — it’s waging war on women.

Desperate to have her name back in the national news:  ‘Not Just a Man’s World’: Wasserman Schultz Praises House Rules that Strip All Gendered Language

About that “blue wave,” obviously they miscalculated it:  House Minority Leader McCarthy Touts Large GOP Freshman Class in House of Reps.

Charles Hurt opines in the Washington Times:  Trump still selling ice cream in a desert of electoral politics

The Return of Reckless Keynesian Economic Policy.

Secretary Pompeo: ‘The True Face of the Chinese Communist Party Has Been Exposed’.  (The elephant in the room is how will Hunter’s Dad deal with it?)

And China isn’t the only problem:  Congressmen Beating the Drum for Iran’s Mullahs.

Please, someone reassure Americans that America will not have two people in the White House that have a prerequisite to plagiarize.

Democrats and Republicans Fume After Cuomo Threatens State Hospitals

Legislators:  Please tell your constituents this headline is incorrect!  No sign that NYC’s surging violence will wane in 2021.

The exodus from New York continues:  New York ranks second for outbound moves in 2020.

Bob McManus opines in the NY Post today that the NYT discovers crime wave but goes silent on Black Lives Matter’s role.

From ZeroHedge Statistician: Lockdowns Don’t Work Because They Force People to Congregate In Fewer Places.

Here is a very interesting article about health care:  Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire to shut down health-care venture Haven.  I can’t help but wonder how some of the most profitable, smartest run businesses in America can’t seem to make health care work for their employees.  Did they decided it consumed too much of their profits?