WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2019
Trump’s 859th Day In Office
We’re Now Planning Our Golden Anniversary Celebration in 2040
Tonight’s Whistleblower’s Silver Anniversary Plus Three Celebration will continue long into the night, marking 29 years since The Whistleblower’s very first edition was published on May 29, 1990, and Award Winning Illustrator Artis Conception shows us some of the people who’ve made our publication what it’s been over the last quarter century. How many of these folks can you name?
CONGRATULATIONS KEEP POURING IN: Our Sharonville Snitch said he appreciates the posting today of Whistleblower #1. He’ll never forget the GOP fury that was unleashed when he took Sharonville Mayor John Dowlin to the Board of Elections to take out petitions to run for County Commissioner. By the time they got back to Sharonville, Dowlin had four messages from top-level party members on his voice mail. Current Hamilton County Prosecutor (then Clerk of Courts) remembers it was years later that he earned his official “Jaywalking Joe” nickname in The Blower, because you’re nobody in The Blower until you’ve been given your Official Whistleblower Nickname. And Marge Schott said,”Just like Hitler, The Whistleblower was good in the beginning, but they went too far.”
HURLEY THE HISTORIAN says on today’s date in 1953 New Zealand beekeeper Sir Edmund Hillary reached the summit of Mt. Everest, but years later Hillary Clinton got caught lying when she claimed she’d been named for the famous mountain climber, since she was born in 1947, and at that time, nobody had ever heard of Sir Edmund, other than a few New Zealand bees.
MAYBE THAT’S WHY OUR QUOTE FOR TODAY COMMITTEE chose Crooked Hillary’s “What difference at this point does it make?” In a related item, The Blower wonders if that Frumpy Hillary Impersonator will be on hand tonight to help Convicted D-RAT Fake Judge Tracie Hunter, now that a federal judge ruled her long overdue six-month jail sentence can now proceed. Tracie’s case is now before Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Patrick Dinkelacker, who took over after Judge Norbert Nadel, who oversaw Tracie’s trial and initially sentenced her, retired.
Meanwhile, everybody hereabouts is wondering why that Cabal of NoKY Attorneys Still Out to Destroy “Crazy Eric” Deters is celebrating these days. Maybe they just saw the bar’s ruling on “Crazy Eric’s” reinstatement application.
WHISTLEBLOWER SUMMER INTERN PROGRAM: May 25 was the final day to email applications for the summer term which runs June 3 through August 23. Applicants must either be tri-state residents attending an accredited college or university in or outside of Ohio or Kentucky. Applicants must also have completed a full academic year by the end of the internship. Participants are expected to commit to a minimum of 20 hours per week of program-related work over the internship.
Applicants also had to submit a 1,000-word-or-less essay on “Why it’s OK to Make Fun of Politicians.”
Applications could also be submitted for the fall term: August 26– November 15, 2015
BLUEGRASS BEREAVEMENT: Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo can’t understand why there won’t be more news coverage about next week’s big Confederate Memorial Day celebration in Northern Kentucky.
Confederacy President Jefferson Davis was born on June 3, 1808 in Fairview, Kentucky. For those of you who don’t know where Fairview is, it’s near Hopkinsville, wherever in the hell that is.
Many people have never understood why so many people in Kentucky celebrate Confederate Memorial Day in the first place, since more Kentuckians fought for the Union than the CSA (100,000 to 40,000).
AND SINCE TODAY (MAY 29) IS ALSO OUR OFFICIAL MEMORIAL DAY, we have more marvelous meter from Bunky Tadwell, the Bard of Cleves.
When Memorial Day has come and gone
We can now put on our white shoes
We’ll cook outside with barbecue
And drink up lots of booze.
The summer time is oh, so fine
With beetle bugs all swarming
Let’s hope we all don’t freeze our ass
From Al Gore’s global warming.
FINALLY AT TODAY’S MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE AGENDA, Political Insiders were all getting ready to make their day be celebrating Clint Eastwood’s 89th Birthday Friday on May 31 and comparing some of their favorite Clint Eastwood quotes, like “I have a very strict gun control policy: if there’s a gun around, I want to be in control of it,” “A man’s got to know his limitations,” and “I tried being reasonable, I didn’t like it.”
Also, Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane recalls how amused he was last year with this Hollywood skywriter’s spacing problems when he tried to write “Happy Birthday, Clint.”