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Sunday, December 06, 2015

Obama and His Deluded Solutions

  Obama will outline his extra-Constitutional plans to infringe upon the protected right of the People to keep and bear arms. Effectively this is to diminish our capacity to defend against social madmen, thugs and the muslims he has vowed to stand with.

  If he and his minions don't like the Second Amendment there is a Constitutional remedy; he can propose legislation to Congress to amend it.  But these modern neo-fascists know that is not the will of the People so they instead will seek ways to add weight to their jack-boots through executive fiat and administrative regulations.  He has a year left and I am reminded of a description in Revelation about the dragon being cast to Earth and lashing out knowing his time is short.

  Whether or not Trump will be the next President, he has political leverage. He could begin countering the rape of citizen's rights by this administration and its party by threatening investigations and prosecutions for abuses of power by this administration once he is in power and getting to the facts will be more difficult for the Democrats to stonewall. Promise it then do it. People like Valarie Jarret, other advisers and department heads must be held accountable to 'make America great again', to restore the balance of powers and wrest influence from special interests and give the country back to the People.

Friday, November 13, 2015


 At Mizzou, young people find their 'healing space' in a no whites allowed ( a violation of the Civil Rights Act ) safe space out of fear of oppressive white institutional racism.

Here we find a young 'oppressor' exercising his 'white privilege' in his 'safe space'.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Who Are the Racists: Conservatives or Liberals?

    Stumbled across this combing the surf of YouTube. This leftist view of black inferiority is what Bush was calling the soft bigotry of low expectations.  

    I do think that their community is hindered by a sub-culture where little children are indoctrinated with the idea that if they aren't ghetto then they aren't black; if they speak normal English they are mocked as 'acting white'.  

   As long as they're convinced of this and properly compensated in return for their Democrat vote it seems like a win-win for for both sides.  Detroit was a testing ground. How'd that turn out?  Only winners were the politicians.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

A Moment of Clarity

Evolutionary Missing Link Found ! (?)

From Drudge: "Chimps Love Horror Films"

As I read through it I came to this line:
"Chimpanzees have been shown to act like humans in numerous instances. Recently, they were found to be routinely getting drunk in the wild."
In the same manner,
Humans have been shown to act like chimpanzees in numerous instances. Recently, they were found to be  routinely getting wild  in civilization.
Maybe fossilized bones are not the only way to find the missing link between the haired ape and the hairless ape. Maybe shared behaviors need to count as well. I've always held the observation that it is not so much a question of how similar apes are to man but rather how similar we are to them.

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Quintessential CNN

  This is the anger that Trump represents.  That was six years ago and the 'long list of grievances' grows longer in opposition to those trying to push society to the left. CNN still doesn't get it.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Rand Paul: 'Trump mania' shows country swooning for celebrity over substance

Rand Paul: 'Trump mania' shows country swooning for celebrity over substance

   I basically agree with his assessment, especially about this populist impulse for the shiny objects over substance. I personally think Fiorina and Cruz are the most substantive candidates but the populist impulse is not pulsing in their favor with Trump around.

  Paul discusses the anger but I have a different list of things people are angry about.  Of course they're angry about the cookie-cutter culprits of government malfeasance and growing extra-constitutional behavior. I'm not invalidating those points Paul makes by any means. I'm a little disgusted with it also.

   But where Trump, to a great extent and Fiorina and Cruz to a lesser extent, are finding their wind is going toe-to-toe with the propagators of the narrative - these carnies and barkers of  the media's gauntlet of political correct potions. Familiar territory to those holding public office who are easily herded down that path. Trump, Fiorina and Cruz are not willing to be herded. I believe people are getting fed up with the 'Idolization' of American politics. They are fed up with political correctness and the Left deciding what the offensive word of the day is.  I do believe that the key to stealing the Left's thunder is calling the media out. Force them to define their terms.  A key to winning this election is neutralizing this praetorian guard media of the Left.

  I really don't prefer another narcissistic oligarch but with Trump in the race we are at least talking about those things the Left finds inconvenient.  I certainly would find it quite entertaining watching the epitome of capitalism debating the socialists Sanders or Warren.