Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Bits and Pieces for March 2019

First UFOs, yes, UFOs:  I'm not sure that "delighted" is the proper word, but I was heartened to learn via Frank Warren's very worthwhile UFO Chronicles  Web site (see link) that yet another witness has come forth to validate the 1973 Pascagoula, MS UFO abduction, as reported by Charles Hickson, Calvin Parker and others.  Parker's recent book has apparently served to encourage the surfacing of eyewitnesses who might not otherwise have bothered to report, perhaps out of fear of ridicule, the passage of years or for other reasons.

While researchers and investigators ponder their origin, and labor over the  composition of UFOs, I find myself increasingly taken back to that old iconoclast, rascally Charles Fort (from whom arose the term, Fortean) and his tongue-in-cheek assertion that perhaps we are "property."  Maybe that's the beginning and end of the matter.  We're just somebody's or something's property?  Dare we turn worlds of belief upside-down by suggesting. . .hereeeeeeeeeeeeee's God?  Oops, so many toes upon which to step when thoughts of religion dribble in.  Bring in the scientists.  Bring in the instrumentation.  Bring in the masters of deception.  Send in the clowns (don't bother -- they're here).

Democrat threads continue to unravel -- just like that sweater grandma gave you last Christmas.  While we realize they want open borders to assure a steady and growing succession of eternally grateful Democrat voters, the grab among the most radical of presidential candidates to promise stacking the Supreme Court and abolishing the Electoral College is frightening to contemplate.  Elimination of the EC would likely guarantee one-party rule in the country because residents of major cities, characteristically Democrat, would cancel out votes in middle America ("fly over" states).  Then there's Pelosi's favorite -- to allow teenagers, mostly clueless from birth and beyond, to vote at age 16.  Surely, this would accommodate socialist-minded high school teachers who fill student heads with leftist poop in between classes emphasizing frivolous subjects having no relationship to irrelevant topics formerly known as math, English and science.

That Robert Francis O'Rourke -- "Beto" -- acquired over six million dollars of Dem campaign funds in one weekend says it all.  Here's a guy for whom Reuters willingly withheld potentially damaging information until after the Cruz-O'Rourke election in Texas (thanks Reuters, you're a heck of a "news" service), and now all kinds of creepy information about O'Rourke has surfaced, from his membership in a cult of sorts to disturbing fiction about running over children with his car.  Some mental health folk seem to find his history, um, interesting.  We predict that "Beto" (I'm Robert, no way a Beto, and I'm no more Hispanic than O'Rourke -- but let the scam continue) will have as much chance of becoming President as toe fungus.

The one Democrat candidate who shook my tree of awe this week appeared with Chris Wallace on his Sunday Fox-TV show:  South Bend, Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg, whose unusual last name alone is destined to doom this 37-year-old's chances.  Nevertheless, he was well and soft-spoken, didn't unleash the extremist ammo and, refreshingly, didn't get up on and stomp on the desk to tell the world he is gay (he is).  I could actually consider voting for Mayor Unpronounceable, until I come to my senses and realize all the crazy-ass progressive and socialist baggage his election would carry simultaneously.  As in any cult, there is no escape from a political party built upon and sustained by deception.  That's his party.

The Democrats are very likely to put Joe Biden out front, university plagiarizer from way back, but all-around good guy in the popular view.  Hmm.

Donald Trump did not shoot anybody in New Zealand, but anybody impoverished of thought processes who depends upon the usual TV network suspects such as CNN would think Trump was the perpetrator.  The non-stop, 24/7 Trump hatred pouring out of leftist TV is a giant clue to their agenda.  That some 90 percent of major news sources in the USA are owned by just six entities is scary indeed.

But not to dismiss New Zealand, whose prime minister did exactly what every gun-hating politician does when an alleged crisis opportunity arises:  Tarnish the abilities of innocent gun owners.  A country with some of the toughest firearm laws on the planet, faced with the obvious evidence that gun laws don't work, will attempt to double down, and only the law-abiding will be hurt.  (The "Ground Zero" radio program offered some great commentary about New Zealand and unreasonable gun fears last week.)  Wait until the authorities club the better parts of social media to death.

Per the recipe, because a mosque was hit in New Zealand, the Muslim Brotherhood-inspired/connected C.A.I.R. in the U.S. just had to speak out ever so eloquently about the injustice of it all.  I don't think the problem underneath is so much a "white nationalist" issue as it is a fear of a religion whose Islamic roots demand violence, outright killing and conversion as a matter of course.  When and if Islam and the Koran ever undergo the kind of reformation Christianity experienced (for example), consequently advancing tenets crucial centuries forward and adapting to a more civilized following, public attitudes may change.  Yes, many Muslims live peaceful lives, but the roots from which parts of their religion spring provide an unwavering concern.

I suppose the Turkey-born Muslim who killed and injured people in the Netherlands soon thereafter should be considered a non-white nationalist?  No -- just a garden-variety Islam terrorist, but the press immediately began portraying him as anything but.  And now, of course, revenge killings will occur as a follow-up to New Zealand's massacre.  Naturally, nobody much, other than conservatives bothered to report about 120-plus Christians slaughtered in an ongoing siege by members of Islam in Nigeria last week.  The United Nations never calls Islam out for attempting to wipe out every Christian in sight in less developed countries.

Arming people in ALL houses of worship seems a prudent option because attendees are always ripe for the taking, according to the darkened minds of those who would become mass executioners.  However, as technology progresses, we fully expect firearm attacks will be replaced with explosive drone surprises capable of causing disasters which few guns could duplicate.

By the way, when does the U.S. Army plan to get around to executing its 100% guilty, Islam-lovin' psychiatrist, Major Nidal Hasan of Fort Hood mass murder infamy?  Let too many years go by and everybody might forget.

Remington Sued by Blind Emotion:  Had I a child shot dead at Sandy Hook by a profoundly ripe nut job I, too, would want to strike out in my grief -- and that's exactly what happened here, as Remington makes guns, the shooter is dead and unreachable, and somebody must be blamed.  There you go.  I hold no malice toward the parents, but for the sake of the Second Amendment and the country itself, my hope is that lawsuits against Remington fail.  Otherwise, I don't know why automobile manufacturers shouldn't be held liable for car accidents resulting in death, pharmaceutical companies whose prescription pills kill people performing suicides, or cookware companies whose kettles were left on the stove too long and caused fires (and don't forget to sue the stove maker also, as well as the corporation providing the cooking energy).  Thing is, anti-gun folk are likely more involved in this Remington lawsuit than we know.  They are always nearby.

Trump and John McCain:  Veterans are pissed at Trump, but I do understand.  We can thank the late senator for his military sacrifices, but public service afterward can cast a different story.  In this case, Senator McCain failed to cast the deciding vote to rid us of Obamacare, and in the opinions of most he did so as a swipe against Donald Trump. Consequently, his action also ended up as a slap in the face for the American people.  Not cool.  And we now know that McCain helped push the phony Steele dossier off to the Mueller folk, probably hoping to harm Trump's presidency good.  What more can be said?

Midwest floods and climate change:  Development, clear-cutting and other environment-altering activities did not help.  The climate change bunch -- the one-sided purveyors loved by the media -- will go all out to push their phony agenda on the backs of flood victims.

When are too many exactly that?  Too many are when people discover that mountain fields of beautiful poppies have taken bloom in California, and so many trample on in to see for themselves that warnings must be issued about a lack of space to accommodate all.  Sounds just like the southern border invasion. . .

Boeing, Boeing, Boeing:  We love and depend upon you, but WTF?  It's 2019, the kids think all things airborne are of Star Trek quality by now -- and instead high tech disappoints itself again, this time with deadly consequences?  Is it safe to fly to Chicago, let alone the moon, in 2019?  Bad enough that small planes seem to be falling out of the sky every few days.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Make Islamophobia Great Again?

Regarding these two new Muslim members of Congress, I'm inclined to say I'll eat my (falafel-encrusted) hat if things aren't a tad suspicious here.  From anti-Jewish remarks, to accusations that one married her brother and called him her husband in order to gain entrance to the USA, to allegations that at least one actively works or worked to help fund Hamas and/or other terrorist organizations -- what's a person to think?  I'm not looking to C.A.I.R. for answers, though a U.S. government investigation of that agency's activities on a daily basis always seems like a really good thing.  Being curious, however, I do wonder just what connections these honorable ladies may or may not have with the Muslim Brotherhood, long and wisely banned in Egypt as a terrorist organization.  At any rate, when the left talks about diversity and all-inclusiveness, does that mean Jew-hating is just one more show-me-the-love aspect?  Glenn Beck's staff in particular has done a disturbingly credible job in establishing possible connections with the Muslim Brotherhood which should keep the FBI busy night and day, in our opinion.  Caveat:  We reference Islam itself as the problem, not Muslims living peaceable lives. 

We also note that Glenn Beck's program offering up some REAL disturbing information about Rep. Omar and congressional Muslim influence was deleted from YouTube, apparently in keeping with their policy, encouraged by the left, of keeping most subject matter touted by conservatives off the Web.  The left excels historically at deleting, obfuscating, ignoring or hanging up on the truth, and this has increasingly been demonstrated in all areas of the heavily censored social network, and this obvious intent must stop if  Internet speech is to remain "free."

Hollywood celebs and other Big Libs hustle the best education and flimflam executors money can buy:  Oh, NOW I understand the definition of white privilege.  All this time, I thought W.P. meant me, growing up middle class, rewarded with a draft notice during Vietnam and then treated like (bleep!) by a corrupt government institution later on.  Hmm!  So white privilege is mostly big-monied Democrats and associated human critters with the wherewithall to avoid the rules and sneak their, possibly, low IQ kids/dolts into the best universities, thereby perhaps stealing classroom seats that might have otherwise gone to, oh, I don't know -- military veterans who accomplished far more than pampered rich kids ever might?  And are these unscrupulous wealthy family kids destined to run government and lord over us like any tinhorn leftist, even though fraudulently enrolled and educated?  Any Republicans in this arrested mix? 

There's nothing wrong with being filthy rich if you've come by it honestly, so that's not the point here, but when one can use wealth to override all intentions for a fair system questions must be raised.  In this case, hypocrisy among at least the left evidently ran rampant.

Funny how phony athletic activities were used to pull off this scam.  It's just one more indication that sports should never have played such a crucial role in the function of ANY institution of higher learning.  If colleges and universities are more concerned with recruiting the knuckle-dragging species into their classrooms than students dedicated totally to learning something -- and many of them seemingly demonstrate this desire on a daily basis -- then standards went amiss long ago.

As far as the Hollywood actor and actress bunch goes -- why in the hell would anybody take their rant about equality and equal education rights for all seriously?, What qualifies most of them to use their public prominence to advise us about any subject that doesn't have them reading from a fictional script or performing like trained monkeys before the cameras?

Phonies, frauds, glamorized glitter-turds.  Remember this college incident next time you plan to spring big bucks for a movie ticket or tune to a new TV show populated by such folks.

Congratulations to Tucker Carlson of Fox for an eloquent response to lefties whose only apparent goal in life is to dig up what people said in the distant past and try to burn their reputations with it years later.  The fact that his old comments came from the program,"Bubba the Love Sponge," where one should anticipate flippant or "offensive" talk makes the new "breaking news" revelation absurd.  Media Matters is nobody's friend, except for the deluded left.

Wow, young Nicholas Sandmann and his family may accrue some serious millions of dollars once a mega-lawsuit against CNN, the Washington Post and other sources of misinformation regarding the MAGA-hat wearing Catholic school boys and Sandmann in particular gets underway.  In this instance, the news folk did not perform their jobs, but then why would they when they could conjure up something that wasn't there and make the innocent Sandmann look guilty of something?  You already know this story.

Have a great time in New York, Paul Manafort:  Manhattan justice is about as corrupt as yourself, no doubt, but rather than looking upon you as a colleague they are instead looking to crucify you both for your crimes and because -- as usual -- Hillary didn't win the crown and you have no Russian collusion to offer.  Also, NY City and its borderline-communist bunch hates Trump, so your NY skyscraper horizon isn't looking too good.

Ewwwwww -- sex abuse legal action commercials are all over TV.  Lawyers have a new reason to exist and lawsuits will fill the courts as the attorney class grows fat and wealthy while seeking "justice."  Strange how justice often melts into money.

Monday, March 11, 2019

The Trouble with Otto

Who would argue that Otto Warmbier was anything but a fine young man, kind, enthused and full of promise?  Assumptions of torture and other nameless horrors inflicted by North Korea's brutal government upon his mind and body sicken all rational people, and the thought of his parents, left tormented with questions and memories, is beyond imagination.

Much controversy has erupted over what appear to be two faces of President Trump regarding Warmbier's death, but as Trump himself tried to make clear, he is trying to walk a fine line here.

A rough-honed edge in this situation comes down to Trump, young Warmbier and, of course, his inconsolable parents.  But the sharp spike piercing circumstances is the fact that there are places on Earth where curious folk simply should not go, and North Korea was a designation absolutely inappropriate for visits by normal human beings -- American bred and raised -- ill-equipped to realize the level of politically motivated barbarism which holds such a depraved society together.

The Warmbier incident is exactly the witch's brew destined to confound any President at just the right time, and Trump happened to be in the way when the traffic patterns of Otto's torturous death and the United States' careful diplomatic efforts intersected.  Trump had already condemned North Korea.  What was he to do as a follow-up whilst attempting to firm up nuclear talks without causing potential and sensitive world-important negotiations to sink faster than a ship on fire?  Of course Kim knew what happened to Otto -- what kind of authoritarian swine would he be otherwise?

With or without further comment from Trump, Kim, North Korea and the whole world realize that the United States despises Warmbier's treatment. Not to sound harsh, but what more can be said or done?  Best advice and best warning?  Visiting North Korea is a very, very bad idea, and the outcome can be expected to have both international and personal implications at the tip of a brutal communist regime's hat.  We mourn Otto Warmbier, we grieve for his parents and his death reinforces our understanding of a chubby little monster infatuated with his family's and regime's monstrosity rule.  We applaud Trump for his efforts in North Korea, but envy him not.

Nor did televised hearings of the disgraced (but likely book and movie-rich!) Michael Cohen help the situation, excited as Democrats obviously were to drag Trump trough the dirt simultaneous with his attempts to gain cooperation with Kim.  These are the times when media and Democrat "collusion" are highly evident, as Trump's efforts become threatened in every way possible by forces dedicated 100 percent to bringing him down.  Shame on congressional opportunists, primarily of the left, and shame on their partnering media, neither of whom gave a rat's tail about Trump finding success in North Korea -- or in any other matter vital to our national security under this President.

UPDATE:   Publicly released intelligence photos and information from the U.S. gov paint a new picture of Kim's cooperation and willingness to negotiate with the United States -- that is, the NK thugs still love their nukes and missile launching facilities.  No wonder Trump walked away, obviously aware of this same-old-same-old even before he reached Vietnam to meet Kim the Deceiver.  Again, the Dems publicly embarrassing the President with Cohen "hearings" during a sensitive week for national security per Vietnam meetings was another deplorable. 

And the trouble with Harry:  Former Senator Harry Reid was never my favorite Democrat, but since retirement he's had a lot to say about UFOs, our need to investigate scientifically and the government's obligation to release information publicly about what we REALLY know. That he, Robert Bigelow and others had a little taxpayer-funded UFO research action going on while Reid still basked in the Senate should be of considerable interest (and open to condemnation by some), but we look forward to his continued efforts to offer the UFO subject credibility and openness.  We were right, folks, the "damned" things are real.  Now what?

Suggested Democrat doctrine for the 2020 elections:  "We have nothing to offer except Trump-bashing."  I think NY Rep. Jerrold Nadler is already playing that game, having realized that Russian collusion is a big nothing, so now, NY Dems particularly, must explore further to bring the family Trump down.  Good luck with that.  House "Judiciary" Committee indeed.

Jussie Smollett follow-up:  Not really, but we did fall in love with "new" M.A.G.A. interpretations among the Internet creative, such as My Ass Got Arrested.

I.C.E. please note:  We love you.  Stay in business and remain motivated, unlike our Democrat friends who always "forget" to keep the word "illegal" in the term, illegal immigrants.  Established law means nothing when socialists insist upon having their way.  The rapes, child abuse and other crimes outside the border don't matter.  Because Democrat numbers may be jeopardized among legal Americans, the party obviously entertains no other option but to bring in illegal people -- grateful new Democrat voters -- in hopes that the eventual crazy but possible result will be a one-party system.  Sounds like the road to communism, but maybe that's just me.

It's no secret that Democrats are currently fighting amongst themselves to remain moderate (fat chance), become as radical as a rabid bat, or to morph into some new kind of repulsive insect political party.  The proliferation of potential presidential candidates emerging proves little but a lack of unity.

The family of Stephon Clark, shot dead by police officers in Sacramento after he failed to halt at their command, seemingly assumed a shooting stance and flashed something which cops believed a gun, but was actually a cell phone, is on the predictable sue-the-city for millions lawsuit trail.  Further, a family member is pushing for legislation to force the police to handle encounters with suspects in a different way.  So -- how do you change your tactics when it's the dark of night and you're a cop believing you are about to be shot and killed by somebody who is already on police radar because helicopter views show him allegedly breaking into cars and doing other things?  I suppose it's out of the question in this heightened era of wonderful renewed race relations that perhaps Mr. Clark's estate should be counter-sued by the police?  Or should it just become too expensive to maintain a proper police force anywhere in the country each time a cop fires a weapon?  We think that would please a certain segment of society, no question.

Michael Jackson:  So, would we have preferred that the boys slept with John Gacy instead?  What should we do, ban Jackson's music and have a national CD-burning party?  Get rid of Michael Jackson and -- warning! -- it's back to the music of Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, Robert Johnson and Alberta Hunter.  Not that this would be a bad thing.

Vaccinations:  So Rep. S. Schiff, alleged champion of justice, wants to ban anti-vaccination info on the Internet?  Must be he didn't have room in his briefcase for the unpopular speech-protecting First Amendment, or maybe it just fell on the street and blew away while he was adjusting his tie in readiness for a TV appearance on CNN.

What's up in NY City?  Police are being warned about ways in which extremely dangerous MS-13 gang members (some of whom might otherwise be known as Democrats' innocent border-crossers looking for a better way of life) plan attacks against them.  Too bad that so many people overlook the fact that the only weapon standing between peace and chaos is cops.

Uproar over Jared Kushner gaining a security clearance:  Fascinating, considering how, we are told, Obama's background would have denied him a job with the FBI.

Media, note to:  The death of actor Luke Perry brought a certain word back into use by TV journalists who never stop looking for ways to demonstrate how smart they are:  "Massive."  Massive stroke.  Massive heart attack.  So tell me, TV heads -- what kind of medical term is "massive?"  Do you know the difference between a teeny-tiny stroke and a killer event?  How about a little heart attack as opposed to a life-ending infarction?  When reporting on such things, especially initially, can you not just report that somebody had a stroke?  A heart attack?  These inflated word instances bother me as much as those occasions when children are involved in traumatic events, and TV news reporters precede their names with "little," for instance little Jimmy Johnson or little Mary Smith.  If an 80-year-old is rescued from a fire, do reporters say firemen pulled geezer Sarah Frump from her burning house?

60 Minutes featured a segment regarding a lawsuit filed by "the climate kids" against the U.S. government.  Overwhelming evidence apparently indicts the government and fossil fuel companies big time in relation to climate change.  Well, that's something -- but with what do we replace fossil fuels now that the world hosts a few billion more people hungry for energy?  Nobody likes nuclear energy, solar panels can be extremely toxic to the environment once discarded and wind turbines are noisy, cumbersome and expensive to dismantle -- and both of the latter kill millions of birds around the world.  Our romance with electric cars is just fine, until one asks from whence comes the energy to plug into for a recharge?

Right along with
this legal mumbo jumbo comes Washington governor Jay Inslee proclaiming a Democrat run for President in 2020, and his gimmick is climate change. We must do SOMETHING about it.

For one thing, how dare we be so arrogant, believing our human activities can exert such powerful influences on planetary climate?  And isn't is interesting how, amidst the sky-is-falling bunch, everybody will need to pony up a lot of money to solve a catastrophe in the making?

The other essential point here is the opposition.  Yes, opposing views in books and other forms of media simply are not being given publicity by the complicit media, most of whose members cling to "the science is in" dogma.  Around the world are scientists and climate authorities who believe human-facilitated climate change, and even change out of the ordinary per the planet's age, is nonsense.  How will they be heard, when even Internet sources censor their words and admit to banning opposing views?  Science be damned.

Meanwhile, school kids and college students who, once upon a time, would have known better are instead scared to death by teachers and professors of a certain bent who push sugarplum images of climate disaster into their heads on a daily basis.  Opposing science be damned.

Arrest all volcanoes and the megatons of pollutants they spew under normal circumstances, I say.  Ban earthquakes and undersea oil eruptions.  Ban nature!

For those still willing to discover that there IS NO CLEAR CONSENSUS among scientists regarding climate (97% is an outrageous claim), there is supposedly a new report by Forbes, where an impressive lot among the scientific community have apparently abandoned the climate ship -- and some were never aboard in the first place, though their names apparently ended up on lists against their will.  Why climate?  Why global warming?  Simple.  Opportunists want your money.  So this is brain surgery?

Our crystal ball:  Far in the future, we see R. Kelly and Jussie Smollett teaming up to take a song and dance show on the road.  Not right away, of course.

Southern border status:  The seams are busted, Republicans don't much care and the Democrats continue to await new Dem voters, their large families, welfare we cannot afford, health care we can't afford and diseases we thought were conquered long ago.  Congratulations America, your children are screwed for life so we can shower what remains of our resources on invaders destined to blow our culture into oblivion.  Then comes the socialism. . .then the communists. . . and fascists.  Sessions of bullets vs. heads.  Just remember always who was responsible.

International Western European Men's Day:  Oh, so sorry, I thought this actually existed and celebrated all the inventions men contributed to the world.  How shameful that I would even suggest this in a world determined to erase history in the name of social justice and other relatives of communism.

International Boys Day:  Oops, screwed up again.  Nobody celebrates boys, only girls and women.  How could I be such a brute?

All Wrong:  The House passed some weird "hate crime" resolution arising from Rep. Omar's antisemitic remark, making sure it watered down her anti-Jew comment (of course) and instead attacked Islamophobia.  Here's what the resolution b.s. they passed should have read:  "Sharia Law is absolutely incompatible with the United States Constitution, and we regret that we are untrustworthy enough as a party of diversity to allow enemies who violate their oath of office and American values to participate in our Democratic Republic's governance in any way.  We promise not to learn from our ongoing mistakes because we are simply incapable of and disinterested in doing so."

All right:  Then again, Rep. Omar later remarked that Obama's "hope and change" was a "mirage."  Ah, a refreshing bit of honesty from the halls of Congress at last.

Keep Islamophobia:  Because there appears to be some interesting history associated with particularly one new Muslim congressional representative.  We'll let "The Blaze" and its resources expound on this as time goes forth.

Actors Sean Penn and Danny Glover:  Names invoked by Glenn Beck this week as a reminder of their drooling love for socialism in now failing countries such as Venezuela, where a number of children just died in one hospital due to electricity cuts.  Where are you now, Penn, Glover and others, asks Beck, now that the socialism they and other actors embrace has wreaked inevitable havoc?

Chelsea Manning:  Obama's absurd official pardon of this one eclipses almost any pardon Trump could think of.  Manning's betrayal of an immense amount of intelligence information through Wikileaks should have kept him in prison forever, but his pardon certainly went right along with Obama's weakening of the U.S. military.  Now Manning's arrested for failing to answer further questions, and we would suggest somebody find a way to keep him prison-friendly for years to come.  But it won't happen.

No Fox in the Democrat henhouse:  DNC chairman Tom Perez says Fox-TV won't be allowed to participate in his televised bevy of leftist clowns as they debate one another for position of top America-weakening socialist presidential candidate (I embellished a bit there -- or did I?).  All this means is that Perez wants to hide these buffoons from viewers most likely to see them for what they really are, as Fox viewership depends heavily upon the political right.  He may come to his non-senses eventually, but at this time we would suggest that Perez avoid showing ANY of them debating one another anywhere in public because their diet of socialist fantasy will blaze forth in living color.
Full Measure presented a crucial report about the awesome and dangerous power of teachers' unions and "activist teachers," documenting how they bully teachers who question why their dues go to leftist influences.  Recent legislation has helped dampen the thug mentality, but much remains to be accomplished.  We won't get it from Democrats.

Pelosi bull-osi?  She stresses how her congressional representatives are independent in their comments (per the antisemitic comments, for example) and thought -- yet warns Democrat reps to stick together with the vote and never to vote with Republicans?  Wow, that's what we call bipartisan to the max.

60 Minutes and the ACLU:  Sunday's report was at least fair enough to allow a former ACLU chief to condemn the organization for increasingly taking sides politically (the left side - surprised?).  Take the obscenely well-funded "people power" ACLU and the Southern Poverty Law Center (the SPLC is currently being sued big time) together and you detect the faint odor of rotting fish.  By the way, giant cong-ratulations to a former ACLU staffer who decided to join Bernie Sanders' renewed presidential campaign. Of course.

We also find recurring reports of how science attacks the jugular of stem cell research and the like to obliterate human disease and birth defects.  But it's been a long time since we heard renewed conversation about what happens to the life on this planet when we can literally SAVE EVERYBODY.  Science has muttered a word or two here and there about the horrible implications for increasing populations exponentially by cheating death, but many researchers appear too energized about winning a Nobel or other award than to consider the potential numerical Frankenstein's monster they strive to create.

Down at the border:  Thousands of illegal immigrants are arriving with diseases the USA discarded long ago.  As well, there is no room to house invading bodies anymore.  Be afraid, because Congress isn't doing the right thing at the border. 

Bullets and heads, civil and war -- Shall each inevitably meet again?

Friday, March 1, 2019

And the Award for the Motion Picture Industry's Top America Hater Goes to...

The Academy of Let's Pretend:  Oh, the depths of the fantasy world in which we dwell, acknowledged every February when ABC-TV dumps a plate of over-seasoned noodles in our laps known as the Academy Awards -- you know, the Oscars.  We're expected to bow down and kiss every pampered butt in the hall.  Otherwise, why televise an affair absolutely meaningless to most of us?

Thrilled at the prospect of no host having been selected to prolong the agony, I decided to sit through the entire presentation of this modern version of the circus freak show.

Particularly, it was my understanding that a song entitled "Shallow" would be sung, and I just naturally assumed its lyrics would relate to the negligible cerebral qualities of budding stars and starlets.  Yes, I was wrong there.  I guess.

By the time, days later, when I upload this blog entry, you will have known everything about the Oscars, so I won't drop a screed here. Suffice it to say, the usual socialists and worse among the glitter galloped to the trough to receive awards likely more in keeping with their leftist politics than their talents, though exceptions did step to the stage on occasion.

But "winners" emerged to toke advantage of the affair, as usual, to poop upon the national TV audience with agenda-ridden condemnations of Trump's proposed wall, a love of illegal immigration and a racist performance (by the ever dependable Spike Lee).  And how great that foreign directors and actors can come to the United States and express their idiotic opinions without fear of being hauled away and eliminated, as they might be in their home countries. 

The Academy Awards have come to resemble daily proceedings of the United Nations, and that is no compliment.  The event seems about as honorable as Congressional House Democrats gushing over Michael Cohen.

Obviously, I wasn't surprised at the lack of so much as one sentence in praise of American military people who help preserve so many of the freedoms these "artists" and intellectual crackpots enjoy -- but it was ever so telling that not one -- not one -- in this procession of overwhelmingly buzzed out narcissists could bother to take a few seconds to excoriate Venezuela's dictator Maduro, whom that very weekend had approved the shooting and killing of starving Venezuelans whose only crime was an attempt to get food.  Not a word!

Former military actors and directors of World War II and Korean war vintage, patriots almost all, are gone.  With what is Hollywood left?  The left.

Worshipping at the Altar of The Great God Michael Cohen:  Even as President Trump attended to vitally important affairs regarding North Korea (with an unfortunate result of no solutions this time around), and even as American military men and women have begun focused training upon war with Russia and China, the most important issue on congressional minds is Michael Cohen, noted lying, prison-bound and now ex-attorney.  "Say anything" isn't just a movie title, apparently.  These public hearings say as much about grandstanding Congressional members as the eminent Cohen, as representatives on both sides seemed to be auditioning before the TV cameras for dramatic roles in soap operas.

By the way, whatever happened to Trump's Russian collusion?  Remember that?  Hey?  Over here, hey. . .

Nevertheless, one might ask the obvious performers among House Democrats -- how come no, never, ever investigations into Obama and the Obama bunch?  Hillary?  Holder?  The rest of the upper-level cast?

The New World Odor:  Isn't it interesting how we've gone from Obama's "Yes we can!" to "Don't you dare!" via leftist philosophy?

Survival food:  The "food emergency" advertisers continue to push their wares.  That's okay, but shouldn't they include a statement that once disaster strikes, your neighbors lacking emergency food will be stopping by at some point to break into your home and steal your food after killing you and your entire family?  Or, hmm, does emergency food get shipped with free rifles and ammo?

Gender confusion:  If somebody approaches me and declares themself to be some other gender than male or female, it should be incumbent upon them to produce peer-reviewed scientific evidence.

You're welcome.

New York's Solution:  The left pursues gun solutions without actually stating its real goal to ultimately rid the country of all firearms, but that's okay, nobody's surprised about radical wishes.  Still, NY Democrat governor Andrew Cuomo and his gang in Albany came up with a goodie.  Reportedly built upon from a Republican idea, Cuomo proudly announced that school teachers and family members aware of people who might be at risk of causing gun violence can now report officially, and mental health professionals will determine whether cops should remove guns from the homes of potential offenders until determinations regarding safety can be made.

Excellent!  So you start by accusing and pissing off a gun owner.  When he or she later regains their rights to possess their gun(s), still angrier than a nest of yellow jackets and perhaps keen for revenge against those who caused an ill-advised commotion and temporary firearm confiscation, what then?  "Hot for teacher" may end up as more than a song title.

As Democrats strive to destroy all gun ownership, step by step, "shall not be infringed" becomes as clouded as other freedom twists engineered by the social justice bunch.

Wannabe Cuba?  It's striking how LEGAL immigrants often come forward to warn that the United States is deteriorating into all the bad things they abandoned their native countries for.  Reference the new green deal.

India and Pakistan, each on the verge of war with hordes of shiny nukes.  Can their rage be stopped?  We hope so, as nuclear radiation drifting our way as a side-effect would be far from pleasant.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Up Against "The Wall" -- Trump vs. National Suicide

As predictable members of Congress, the ACLU and denizens of other rat-infested cocoons have predictably rushed forward to condemn, sue or second-guess President Trump regarding his declaration of a national emergency at the border, it's really incumbent upon both the Democrats and Republicans not to forget how we ended up here:  The two major political parties had decades to fix immigration legislation and fully protect us from the inevitable invasion from Way Down South, but instead tolerated or encouraged everything from lazy inaction to Obama's Marxist touch to make everything worse -- and if Obama's ghostly mark isn't on the new budget bill signed by Trump, pretty much inviting open border immigration, then I don't know whose fingerprints are.

When House dominatrix o' politic Nancy Pelosi declared that the newly signed budget bill is a "win" for the American people, did she mean Central American or South American people?

Bipartisanship as a concept sounds great; unfortunately, two sides can conspire or ignore an issue and ultimately produce chaos.  So here we are, and we witness in Congress people of immense power who, perhaps having once cared deeply about preserving the United States and its wonders, are now enemies of their very oaths, willing to take us all down with them as they delegate, apparently just so they can gain new voters and take away the power of the people for their own political self-gratification.  Who will save us if we can't save ourselves?

How can Trump receive blame when Congress won't even allow current laws to be enforced?  Absurd.

Is mass illegal immigration not as costly to a society as criminal drug importation?  Each picks the pockets of Americans, ending either lives or jeopardizing sovereign rights and bedrock cultures.

The invasion is not new.  But the invasion multiplied many times over is, and it is made up of nation-killing components in the form of drug-running, illiteracy, disease, refusal to speak English, a fond craving for U.S. taxpayer-funded welfare to support large, useless families and no respect for our national culture. No longer a mere possibility, the monster is on the move.  All of this, every infectious particle, steps ahead of the line of qualified immigrants who wish to come to America for valid and good reasons.

Trump had no other option because others with the power refused to prevent, not a potential border skirmish, but an insurrection of frightening and unknown proportions.  If and when things get hot, remember who tried to save America and instead became drenched in the spittle of his -- and our -- enemies within.

The Mueller Investigation:  Wha...? Some 35 millions dollars and counting? What's this sort of thing going to cost once political joke Schiff gets around to investigating the REAL Russian collusion folk named Hillary and associates?  Ha. As if ever. . .

Jussie Smollett:  (Even with the arrest, we must use the term, alleged, here, and allegations are certainly in flight.) Liar, liar, noose on fire?  Oh oh.  The noose seems to have self-tightened.  I've never watched Empire, and why would I?  Anyway, this "incident" with actor Smollett became stranger and stranger.  "MAGA country" shouts, racial and gay slurs?  A noose (no noose is good noose)?  A beat-down?  A bleach-like fluid poured on his head? All of this, allegedly engineered as a fake crime.

And the mysterious letter sent to the show?  Well, if Smollett was upset that the letter received little attention at the time, he should be thrilled now that the FBI is examining it in depth.  Unless, of course, as per new reports, he had a hand in writing it.

If you hate Trump and white people in general, why isn't decisive hoaxed action a "hate crime?"  We reviewed a list this week documenting dozens of African-American initiated racist hoaxes, many of them on college campuses.  Hate crimes in reverse.

No "white privilege" here.  This guy was on top of the world with his own black privilege, if one wishes to look at it this way, and had everything going for him with a TV show and a future in the entertainment industry.  Instead of reportedly assisting in fabricating a hoax, maybe he should have just taken a knee like Kaepernik and sued Chicago for 80 million dollars.

Celebrities traditionally had a special obligation to conduct themselves a certain way in public because people LISTEN to them, for god knows what reasons. 

Smollett chewed up the talk show circuit (including a session with thoroughly attentive Robin Roberts on ABC-TV) with foggy innuendo implicating white perpetrators. 

In any event, right now, at something o'clock, we can almost hear voices in the young minority community, impressed with Smollett's celeb status, plotting to beat up or murder some white folk to get a nebulous kind of (social) "justice for Jussie." 

Taking this further -- had this story emerged deep during the hot days of summer, imagine angry black youth hitting the streets of major cities, enraged and in turmoil with destructive, even homicidal intentions.  A bloodbath?  Dead white people?  Nah, merely "Justice for Jussie." 

We hope this case gets a wrap soon -- and may we suggest the most obvious of assistive occasions called a POLYGRAPH SESSION?  Come on, Jussie, you owe it to your adoring fans, all of whom you appear to have let down with a dangerous tale of a crime/hate crime. 

His delay in reconnecting with police very interested in asking more questions causes one to ask -- celebrity dude believes his actor status gives him special privileges to avoid the legal system?  Un-white privileges?  Now, he apparently clutches attorney apron strings like a naughty child, having clammed up good.  And . . .he was arrested this week.

Is everybody lying, leaving Smollett the eternal victim?  Reportedly not, if his two Nigerian acquaintances (and the police) are to be believed.

It goes without saying, but the media gloriously bought this story without question, and dare we suggest that the presence of a black "victim" enhanced phony credibility from the start.  Yet, be sure that few will denounce the fawning they did over non-victim Smollett.  Do we think fellow celebs will come forward and be outraged over the hoax, duped as they were, ever so successfully?  Think conservative-loathing or Trump-hating politicians will admit to being sucked into a lie and condemn the liar? Or will we just hear how confused or sensitive or who knows what Smollett was so he can get a free pass, return to his TV show and go on in public as if nothing happened?

Again, to weave a hoax with the potential result of organizing people ready and willing to kill, harm or destroy in the name of a racial crime -- and believe us when we say, if this occurred during a hot August week hordes of black youth would be on the streets of Chicago and other cities, whipped into a frenzy over the "attack" on racist, yes racist, Smollett.  The deep freeze enveloping the country in January is the only force keeping rabid reactions adrift.

What became ingrained in the minds of young African-American (oh, that term. . .) boys and girls during Obama's eight years of national destruction?  Racial harmony wasn't great prior to his power ascension, but it seemed far better than the current situation.  That Trump is doing more for black unemployment than any previous President is a message not desired by the left, and it's the left and its complicit media holding the keys of manipulative education.

Black History Month:  We Cauc's only get Columbus Day, so of course I'm consumed with jealousy that others hog an entire month based on skin color.  Other than those who feel obligated to present the same old tired factoids every year -- instead of directing the curious to Internet history sites where the real African-American history awaits without the sugar coating -- we continue to wonder why we still celebrate this lame calendar event.  I'm not alone, for many black people believe the affair as offered now waxes boring and archaic.

No matter in my case, because I know black history well.  I thought I learned everything in the seventies when I saw the movie, Shaft.  I was wrong.  Multiple viewing of Blacula and the sequel, Scream Blacula Scream were required before I finally had a grasp on black history.  Having sacrificed the time to educate myself on this issue is a source of pride.  Happy February, black people.  Maybe I'll extend myself and watch two minutes of Empire, just for you.  It's history, right?

In light of the hoopla, should February's annual doings be renamed Jussie Smollett's Black History Month?

Welcome back, welcome back:  Bernie Sanders' return to the campaign trail will thrill and delight every down-home communist in America.  Added to the current crop of Democratic socialist candidates, Sanders' geriatric socialist magic can only drive well-nourished brains away screaming.

Cleanup in Aisle D: Democrats, when will you return to your semi-insane roots and filter from Congress the radical element?  You won't.  Anyway, there's Ocasio-Cortez, almost single-handedly enraging her constituents who looked forward to some 25,000 jobs from Amazon -- and then this genius with an economics degree, looking forward to three billion dollars that don't exist because those were Amazon tax breaks, not actual ready-to-go dollars, just assumed she could pour all those savings into helping the poor in NY.  Tax breaks are not dollars in the bank, maybe somebody should tell her.  Would she even understand? Sigh.

And whassup in Minnesota, from which new Muslim Rep. Omar prefers to condemn the U.S. and Israel? She came to this country from -- saved from -- Somalia. Where is the gratitude?  Didn't she take an oath declaring her allegiance to the United States BEFORE Third World Countries who only want to poop on us anyway whilst we lavish them with tax money?  Her apparent interest in digging up the past in order to do whatever she's doing to the U.S. via her position is very troubling.  Trump and Republican contenders will have a very nice time in 2020 if this incredible nonsense continues among the new congressional arrivals.  Shame, shame, shame.

Climate change continues to rear its ugly leftist head.  While those of a technical bent worship and drool over computer projections, I don't think we're any better or worse off merely by visiting any ol' gypsy psychic at a state fair and having her interpret crystal ball revelations about climate.