The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for September 29th, 2016…

  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 7:20 AM – UMPsports.com and SEC Network’s Cole Cubelic
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 8:20 AM – Dr. Jess Brown
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:20 AM – WVNN’s James Lomax
  • 9:55 AM – What in the World with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood




Your precious online polling is a complete scam…

The benefit of these polls are very minimal, and now it’s obvious that they’ll be abused. So why bother? Well… that’s easy enough to answer.

As of this writing, the TIME poll has 1,948,654 votes. Each vote requires a separate visit, so that’s close to 2 million visits. Even if you account for the fact that number of unique visitors is certainly much lower because of spamming, that’s still an insane amount of traffic and ad revenue for a “story” that probably took an intern five minutes to set up.

In preparation for this column, I reached out to Mediaite’s Managing Editor Jon Nicosia and asked what our own motivation for putting up a post-debate poll was, offering several possibilities. Was it a) traffic, b) traffic, or perhaps c) traffic? “Yes,” he responded.

This stuff is so dumb…

Yes, except the scientific one at the end.

This stupidity MUST end…


POLLING. BLOOD. BATH. SNAPSHOT.

Thursday, September 29
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton LA Times/USC Tracking Clinton 43, Trump 47 Trump +4
Wednesday, September 28
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein PPP (D) Clinton 44, Trump 40, Johnson 6, Stein 1 Clinton +4
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 49, Trump 45 Clinton +4
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Reuters/Ipsos Clinton 42, Trump 38, Johnson 7, Stein 2 Clinton +4
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton Reuters/Ipsos Clinton 44, Trump 38 Clinton +6
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton LA Times/USC Tracking Clinton 43, Trump 47 Trump +4
Michigan: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell Clinton 46, Trump 41, Johnson 8, Stein 1 Clinton +5
Washington: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Clinton 44, Trump 38, Johnson 7, Stein 5 Clinton +6
Nebraska: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Trump 56, Clinton 29, Johnson 7, Stein 1 Trump +27
Nebraska CD2: Trump vs. Clinton Emerson Trump 49, Clinton 40 Trump +9
President Obama Job Approval Gallup Approve 50, Disapprove 45 Approve +5
President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 50, Disapprove 48 Approve +2
President Obama Job Approval Monmouth Approve 53, Disapprove 43 Approve +10
President Obama Job Approval PPP (D) Approve 48, Disapprove 48 Tie
President Obama Job Approval Reuters/Ipsos Approve 46, Disapprove 47 Disapprove +1
Congressional Job Approval Monmouth Approve 15, Disapprove 77 Disapprove +62
Congressional Job Approval PPP (D) Approve 13, Disapprove 74 Disapprove +61
2016 Generic Congressional Vote Reuters/Ipsos Democrats 42, Republicans 36 Democrats +6
Direction of Country Reuters/Ipsos Right Direction 22, Wrong Track 65 Wrong Track +43


Yay! Government shutdown averted!


 

Good for Obama…


 

The Roy Moore circus continues…

The scenes in and around the Heflin-Torbert Judicial Building Wednesday could serve as Roy Moore’s public career in miniature.

Within the Alabama Supreme Court chambers, Moore and his attorneys Wednesday arguing the meaning of the U.S. Constitution, especially in relation to the court system, while his opponents contended that Moore’s actions on same-sex marriage violated that document.

On the court steps outside, the Alabama Chief Justice drew two groups with different views of Moore: one cheering him as a defender of their religious values; the other seeing Moore as someone standing in the way of hard-won civil rights.

It all stemmed from a trial with the possibility of ending Moore’s career on the bench. Facing accusations that a Jan. 6 order on same-sex marriage meant to block U.S. Supreme Court rulings making it constitutional, Moore took the stand in the Alabama Supreme Court chambers Wednesday morning, testifying that his intention was not defiance, but guidance to probate judges about a separate same-sex marriage case in the Alabama Supreme court.

“Whether it’s this issue or any other issue, I don’t encourage anyone to defy a federal or state court order,” Moore said near the end of his 90 minutes of testimony in his ethics trial.

Attorneys for the Judicial Inquiry Commission didn’t see it that way. The JIC charged Moore May 6 with six counts of violating the state’s Canon of Judicial Ethics, including those requiring judges to be impartial and follow clear law.


What a difference an election cycle makes, no one has even addressed this point…

Conservatism is dead and I think we just accept it.


Juanita Broaddrick blasts Chelsea Clinton…


ObamaCare is going great!

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