Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Seven Years a Slave (to Administration Tyranny)

 At least black, brown, white and not so white folks have endured the last seven years sharing some level of equality per the influence of one B. Obama, president, master manipulator and avowed transformer of whatever he feels is wrong with America.   One of his accomplishments, with an apparent jaundiced view toward the Caucasian aspect of U.S. life, was his transformation of the DOJ into, essentially, the Dept. of Black Justice, perhaps intent upon ridding the nation of both white privilege and local law enforcement control in one fell swoop.   For black citizens he went even further, allowing a flood of illegal immigrants and refugees into the country, bodies whose presence can't help but lap up potential African-American youth jobs.   And nobody, but nobody, has a flair for criticizing and demeaning the very nation he took an oath to protect and serve -- particularly when speaking publicly in other countries -- like the Hope & Change president.  Dunno, maybe he's just afflicted with that nasty  affluenza  thing.

Well, anybody who doesn't "get it" by now is a lost cause, and  progressive  liberal minds aren't about to alter their thinking with facts, anyway.   I walked that side of the fence a long time before realizing there are many ways to poison minds, and political elitists are generally the first ones on the scene to spoon-feed us the brew while singing a lullaby. 

Nevertheless, as 2015 wraps up I wanted to offer a brief potpourri of important subjects I didn't have an opportunity to mention in past months, as they nonetheless hovered in screen files displayed right in front of me.

Glaring among the nation's problems is a spiral in the collapse of "Obamacare" co-op plans, surely a nightmare ready and waiting to pounce upon the next presidential administration, whatever form political aspirations assume next time.  "Cadillac" health insurance options have become too expensive and, as many Americans have discovered, even bargain basement plans offer few viable or even affordable options  -- forcing an increasing number among the sick and injured to forego medical care altogether.

Just fast enough would be great:   The man-made global warning religious sect warns us that melting planetary ice could make Earth spin faster, perhaps even shifting the axis upon which the planet rotates, and affecting time itself as the Earth either slows or hastens its spin.  Eventually, however, even the hardliners are forced to admit begrudgingly that such changes have occurred many times over the millennia, without our help.  Still, I wouldn't shed any tears if the planet would spin fast enough to thrust climate change cult members, who want to put "climate change deniers" into prison, far out into space, where even in death their flash-frozen bodies could enjoy an eternity of near-constant temperatures.

What's in a face?   In a world where bullies seem to dominate crimes of violence -- though I've come to believe that maybe we need a few old-fashioned bullies in society to toughen us up -- new research indicates that such behavior might be easily modified.   Back in the July 9   New Scientist  reporter Jessica Hamzelou revealed a study indicating that youth involved in violent crimes, when exposed to visualizations of others whose facial expressions denote fear, pain and other emotions, can be trained to become cognizant and emotionally aware of the distress they cause victims, thereby apparently cutting down on violence.  Though these young criminals may continue to engage in thievery, they were far less likely to engage in bodily aggression.  I kinda doubt this approach would work for ISIS loonies, though.

Then again, CBS-TV in Atlanta reported on July 28 about a new study conducted at Simon Fraser University, indicating that actions perpetrated by bullies gain them higher self-esteem, social status and a lower rate of depression than their non-bully peers.

Crazy like a fox:   A tad disturbing it was last October when John Schindler, a writer for The Daily Beast,
claimed that an unnamed European Union official (specific country not disclosed) stated that his government believes President Obama is "quite mentally unwell."  Interesting, but I don't exactly think that Obama is driven by lunacy.  The diagnosis might be closer to, oh, I don't know -- maybe socialist delusions?  Non-Groucho Marxism?  America-hating conversion reaction?

They can't really be stopped, can they?   Earlier this month, high-tech romancer Elon Musk announced basically a partnership with other wealthy folk to assure that artificial intelligence won't become a threat to humans.   Wouldn't we be better served by finding out what kind of intelligence lurks behind the UFO enigma?  Okay, I digress. . .anyway, does anybody really think AI can be stopped from taking over and extinguishing human life sometime in the future?  Because AI devices are already programmed to analyze and, as they say at New Year's Eve parties, ring in the new and ring out the old, of what possible use would advanced AI find us, the human dodo birds of a future era?  Say what you will, tech gods, but you're currently laying track for the dark side.  The darkest.

Mr. Obama, tear down this (stone) wall:    Back On August 5,  The Washington Times  (Rowan Scarborough) reported that the Obama administration was refusing a judge's order to hand over documents regarding the August 6, 2011 shooting and crash of a U.S. military helicopter which just happened to contain members of SEAL Team 6, the elite group which just three months previously had killed off Islamic thug Osama (trash) bin Laden.  As far as we know, the drama continues and Obama, the DOJ, CIA and other agencies are still in violation of a judge's order to produce the documents.  Too bad that we have to sit on our hands and hope like hell that we can get at least something resembling a non-corrupt administration in Washington next Election Day so important questions such as those related to the SEAL Team 6 mystery can be answered.

No French kiss here:    The emergence of France's top weatherman (who paid with his job) and various French mathematicians in October to condemn so-called facts pointing to man-made climate change helped put a clown hat on all members of the proponent class, although it didn't stop world leadership's finest morons from participating in a United Nations-sanctioned sleeper fest destined to cost willing idiotic participants trillions of dollars eventually.  The only difference between highway robbery and what went down at the climate dumb-it summit was the use of absurd computer projections instead of a gun.

An award just because you're you:    Meghan Bartlett of  The Washington Times  wrote on September 16 that the former director of Norway's Nobel Institute for 25 years "regrets" the committee's move to award the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize to President Obama (ya think???).  In his new book, Geil Lundestad
revealed that the committee agreed to give Obama the award right after his election because they hoped it would help embolden him in efforts to disarm the world of nuclear weapons.  To say the least, they were disappointed in short order, and Lundestad admits that “Even many of Obama’s supporters thought that the prize was a mistake.”  Oh, calm down Geil, we all make mistakes. .  .even colossally stupid ones, sometimes. . .

High school nude photo athletics:   That's right, from Colorado to North Carolina and everywhere else, administrators, teachers and parents are discovering that Billy and Mary and their friends have been trading and saving naked photos of one another on hidden apps as enthusiastically as kids from an earlier era who traded off copies of Playboy and other naughty magazines with their peers.  Photo sexting seems as common as e-mails anymore, and why wouldn't it be so?  Why anticipate morality from young people who can scarcely spell the word?  Oh yeah, times have changed and the only response from legislators and law enforcement agencies is threats of prison and sex offender lists.  Nor do the old arguments hold up.  For instance, you can't tell young folk that they need to stop sexting because somebody will recognize their faces in 10 years -- not true!  Truth is, in 10 years they'll be less appealing, fatter or thinner, lacking hair where they want it or possessing hair in places where they don't want hair.  Nobody's gonna associate those new images with the old ones.  Nudity, sexual nudity, dog nudity -- who cares?  It's almost 2016 and we're still hung up on banning photos by age, posed position or gender.  Don't plan on that old church down the block to instill a morality pill in your kids -- that place has been empty and on the market for years.  Times have changed and the kids know it.

My favorite current and former Muslims:    Want to get a fresh, perhaps not altogether complimentary  perspective on Islam from those who know it from experience?  Use your favorite search engine to discover opinions and warnings from people such as Walid Shoebat (, Walid Phares (, Brigitte Gabriel ( and Zuhdi Jasser (  These names represent the "good guys."

"No, I said it's time to change your socks!"   Attention must be paid to a piece in  USA Today  of August 16 about transgendered people.   The newspaper quoted research showing that an amazing four out of 10 sex-changed individuals try to kill themselves.  For better or worse, there's always a willing rubber-gloved hand holding a scalpel somewhere, equipped and ready to cater to one's every desire.

Everybody talks about the weather but nobody   some nobodies don't  wants to release any information that lessens the quality of an already weak case.    Multiple news sources reported near the end of October that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) refused to respond to a subpoena from a congressional committee.   Some scientists suggested that Rep. Lamar Smith, who chairs the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, had issued the subpoena purely because of his discontent with a NOAA study on climate change.  To date, Smith's demand for NOAA's internal communications regarding climate change research appears to remain denied, just as Smith and others continue to question the very foundation of such studies.  One suspects that because satellite data is far more precise than numbers obtained from ground devices, information from NOAA's  taxpayer-funded instrumentation would provide the best figures to help determine predictions of human-caused climate change vs. normal planetary climate cycles.  Since evidence from other sources indicates "fudging" of data among some researchers, further documentation from NOAA would certainly assist in sorting out what seems increasingly to be little more than a soothsayer's vision of human-influenced climate chaos.

Professor Dershowitz on university student protestors:     Wow, music to my ears.  Prominent Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz has gone on the attack against students going bat-poop crazy in their determination to unseat white administrators and others from their positions simply because they are white.  Abby Jackson, writing for the  Business Insider  of November 17, quotes Dershowitz, who refers to students' hypocritical demands:  "The last thing these students want is diversity," he advises.  "They may want superficial diversity, because for them diversity is a code word for 'more of us.'  They don't want more conservatives, they don't want more white students, they don't want more heterosexuals."  The professor had plenty more to say, encompassing all the inane prattle and actions perpetrated by these folks.  Me, I'd be interested to know just how many of these street thugs dressed in college clothing can even write a legible, intelligent paragraph about anything of substance.  They seem to have forgotten that they have the privilege of attending college and becoming whatever they want to be, and by now the rusted chains have been cast off for a very long time.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Crowning Miss Uni-worst

 Seems I was a bit confused last weekend, when I somehow merged Saturday with Sunday and momentarily took pleasure in thinking somebody had crowned Hillary Clinton Miss Universe, but then Steve Harvey took away her bejeweled diadem because of some profoundly careless mistake.  Then reality took over, and I quickly realized that Hillary would never let anybody remove from her head the destined trademark of a true queen in waiting.  Not to mention that she probably wouldn't be inclined to appear in a bikini contest.  Perhaps both Miss Colombia and I would require psych counseling over visions such as this -- or was Miss Colombia the one who returned late to the stage after a prolonged bathroom break, during which she probably needed to review key sections of the book,  Rules for Radicals before resuming the debate?  Must be my age, I can barely separate external beauty from ugly socialism anymore.

Don't you just love these little TV appearances, more than ever, by Islam facilitator President Obama lately?  There he is, the very man who brings potential terrorism to our shores twenty-four/seven through open borders and apparent infatuation with his old buddy, Islam, telling us essentially don't worry, be happy -- and then he breezes away for another vacation, his plane flights destined to worsen climate change at any cost.

As he continues to remind us non-stop that "that's not who we are," as he couches every America-bashed statement in terms only a true nation-murdering Marxist can appreciate, I'd like him to know exactly who many of us ARE:  Many of us are just common folk who look forward to a day, not too far in the future, where a renewed sense of American "hope and change" will result in multiple arrests, trials, convictions, fines and prolonged prison sentences for the Obama bunch.  One can't take an Oath of Office and then twist and turn one's way out of its meaning without legal consequences.   At least not when rational thought leads to rational actions.  And to become complicit as part of this fetid gang, well. . .

Speaker Paul Ryan:   The current definition for a feckless GOP populating an anemic Republican House and Senate.  I get it -- Democrats are supposed to create new government agencies, tax people more and more and chip away little by little at people's rights by injecting rules and regulations through the back door.  Republicans, on the other hand, are supposed to follow behind, like butt-sniffing dogs, allowing the Democrats to do pretty much anything they wish.  By championing passage of an absurd national budget, virtually without boundaries, Ryan and his phony GOP cohorts in the House have demonstrated, indeed, that it might be time to close up the GOP tent and go away forever -- in exchange for a truly conservative party.  Didn't George Washington warn us about the damage political parties of any nature could administer?  He could not have been more correct.

Thanks, Catholic Charities and other religious "relief" agencies for stockpiling this country and the world with followers of Islam, also called refugees.  I always love it when these folks get the credit for their kindness, but then clueless taxpayers have to foot the bill for eternal welfare rolls to supplement human detritus and unencumbered flyspeck-like  births thereof.   The modern Trojan Horse is currently taking a hell of a dangerous poop within our shores.

Merry Christmas to all, most particularly to those who want nothing to do with it.   Also, if President Obama, Inc. can tolerate and ignore thousands of Christian murders in the Middle East so "we" instead can pay special attention to the U.S. importation of Islamic enemies-in-wait, I guess that's his own true meaning of Christmas.   What a pretty seasonal gift he has bestowed upon understaffed police and intelligence agencies everywhere, as the rest of us in (newly released) large numbers apparently feel that there's nothing like a shiny gun under the Christmas tree to convey love this week.

Friday, December 18, 2015

Rejecting the Cure for a Feel-Good Disease

 Sure, after more than 50 years keeping abreast of the UFO subject I would be tickled ice-blue to know once and for all just what the phenomenon/phenomena is/are all about.  Will it happen in my lifetime? In anybody's lifetime?  Because we're forced to look at issues through a human-driven perspective, even with the assistance of computers programmed, nevertheless, by humans, I tend to doubt it.  But I could be wrong.  I've been wrong a lot.  As if you haven't ever been wrong?

The Washington Post  of December 11 featured a piece about seasoned UFO lobbyist Stephen Bassett.  As a Hillary Clinton presidency again approaches a dark horizon of possibilities, Bassett comes off as absolutely vertiginous over the mere thought, giddy beyond a child's excitement of attending a Christmas performance of  The Nutcracker.  Why?  Because the Clintons and Friends expressed an interest in UFOs, way back.  Bassett fondly hopes that the time for government UFO information  "disclosure" may be near.  The downside for me?  Democrat Hillary needs to be elected president for miracles to happen.

Unfortunately, Mr. Bassett, I'll have to curb any vestige of potentially misguided enthusiasm.  As I said, I'd truly love to know what the government has on UFOs (and I think what usually happens is, files get stuffed upon files and everything just builds up over time like a clogged sink drain, and nobody wants to deal with it -- particularly when they don't even know what heterogeneity constitutes the clog).

I'll make it clear right now:   To vote for Hillary simply because you think she's going to take charge and somehow give up the goodies would be an error supreme.   Knowing what we do about her escapades in the Middle East, in addition to the fact that she's done virtually nothing positive during her "public service," makes her unworthy to so much as sit on the desk in the Oval Office.

President Pathetic Obama and Hillary Clinton, as secretary of state, are intimately responsible for ill effects of the "Arab Spring" and considerable trauma brought to The U.S.  as a consequence.  They destroyed any chance of peace in Libya when Qaddafi fell (Hillary:  "We came, we saw, he died."), and by insisting that the cursed Muslim Brotherhood rule Egypt (unsuccessfully, as it turned out) they generated intense turmoil.  By pulling the U.S. out of Iraq so Obama could look good, thus leaving a wide space for ISIS to move in -- which Obama called the "JV" squad or team -- he and Hillary caused yet another blunder.  And is there any point in revisiting the Benghazi incident and Hillary's involvement (we recently learned via released documents that there was indeed military firepower which might have interceded fairly quickly, yet orders were given again and again to stand down).

Again and again, questions have been raised about Hillary's ability to tell the truth.  For instance, ALL families of deceased U.S. government and military  personnel at Benghazi recently disputed her claims about what she did and did not say to them following the tragedy.  All of this is documented elsewhere.

I know I'm way beyond relevant in the current political atmosphere, in a nation whose know-nothings, do-nothings and care-nothings may well elevate another consecutively lying fraud to the highest position in the land, in order to continue the dismantlement of the United States we once knew.   But even for a slim, lottery-style opportunity to know everything the government may hold secret about UFOs just isn't worth it.   Stephen, let's not trade chances bordering upon a national political cure for even more of the hybrid disease we've experienced for the last seven years.  The stakes are high and it's just not worth the bother, certainly not when we're messing around with the U.S. presidency.