Nancy Pelosi’s days are numbers | And more…

Whether she likes it or not, the race to replace Nancy Pelosi is on in the House of Representatives.

Pelosi herself has said she’ll run in 2022, but many observers suspect that her announcement to that effect was simply a ruse to stave off the “lame-duck” label. At 82, it’s not clear that Pelosi is capable of beating off a challenge from younger Democrats.

The Washington Examiner reports that “Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York, the chairman of the caucus and the fifth-ranking Democrat in the House, is widely seen as a front-runner for a leadership spot in a post-Pelosi era.”

Rep. Katherine Clark of Massachusetts, the fourth-ranking House Democrat and radical Rep. Pramila Jayapal are also in the hunt.

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The U.S. Supreme Court just said yes to reexamining a case involving government jurisdiction on tribal lands after more than 40 petitions were made seeking to overturn a 2020 ruling in McGirt v. Oklahoma. Let’s remember that when liberals pretend that Supreme Court precedents like Roe v. Wade can never be overturned.

Kamala Harris is getting blasted by critics after a Pravda-style piece about her office decorating.

Surprise, surprise, a study found that the southern states have the highest election integrity in the nation. See the map:

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Mark Steyn is a sharp political commentator, but he’s also a brilliant music historian. Here’s his piece on the history of “White Christmas” the most famous Christmas song of all time. Steyn writes: “Some songs are hits — Number One for a couple of weeks. Some songs are standards — they endure decade after decade. And a few very rare songs reach way beyond either category, to embed themselves so deeply in the collective consciousness they become part of the soundtrack of society.”

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“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” ― Robert Frost