To start you back up, here are some links with your coffee…
* There is a fella named The Don Walton who is the new sports columnist for the LJS. Go ahead and read his new Monday column.
We will talk a little more about a poll he mentions in the afternoon post.
* General Don Bacon has a new endorsement for his #NE02 bid…State Senator Dave Bloomfield from the South Sioux City area.
Interesting list of endorsements for Bacon…
State Senator Bloomfield joins former Nebraska Governor Kay Orr, Congressman Steve Russell (OK-5), Congressman Ryan Zinke (MT-00), Retired Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin, State Senator Beau McCoy, Omaha City Councilman Franklin Thompson, Bellevue Mayor Rita Sanders, Papillion Mayor David Black, La Vista Mayor Doug Kindig, Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov, Sarpy County Treasurer Rich James, Millard School Board Treasurer Mike Kennedy, Retired Gretna Mayor Tim Gilligan, Retired Sarpy County Sheriff Lieutenant Russ Zeeb, retired Sarpy County Election Commissioner Joyce Schram, Mr. Bryan Slone, the Associated Builders and Contractors, and the Concerned Women Political Action Committee in endorsing the candidacy of Don Bacon.
* Seen at Saturday night’s Creighton basketball game at the Link: Governor Pete Ricketts and friend. (ICYWereWondering, State Patrol stationed at the top of the stairs, while Pete was in the second row, mid-court.)
* Donald Trump faced one of his first semi-serious “gaffes” about mocking a disabled reporter. So did The Donald back down and apologize? NO! He denied even knowing the guy or knowing about his disabilities!
See the full denial — and therefore slam at the reporter and the NYT, here.
* Scott Adams — he is the creator and illustrator of Dilbert — is following Trump’s campaign closely and admiring his communicative skills. Adams gives an example of what Trump’s big beautiful Wall, with a great big gate would look like. Think Gateway Arch meets Vegas meets Tijuana.
*Hey, it’s Cyber-Monday!
Click through my Amazon links here!
You get the same great deals, no extra cost AND throw a little anonymous love at Leavenworth St.
Thank you and have a great week!
(And more this afternoon.)