Saturday, December 30, 2017
Greetings Russian people: I know you ordinary citizens still love me, or perhaps I'm wrong and only Russian government operatives and/or prostitute spies constitute my audience. I make this assumption as I watch mysteriously growing readership numbers from Russia. I'm sorry that Mr. Putin's main rival for the upcoming elections won't be allowed to run (most likely because of falsified charges from his past, but hey, why should things change now?). Sorry you can't substitute our wonderful Obama instead, because if you like Putin you would absolutely adore Obama, and he might stand a real chance after going through channels. The primary advantage: Obama's vast experience in attempting to run a country like a socialist empire for eight years.
Good luck Iranians: Your country was dominated by a minority of radical Islamic beasts decades ago, and if your current protests can make a mark in dislodging this murderous collection of global terrorists from the power they wield, maybe some semblance of sanity will return. It's a long shot, especially when it's likely that allies of Iran's tyranny government are waiting to help crush the people's movement.
Friends of climate change / global warming: Well, looks as though a volcano in Bali blow its top a few days ago, for the first time since 1963 when 1,000 people died. I guess you folks on the crazily touched/pathetic side might be interested in fining or imprisoning said geological perpetrator, since one little ol' volcano can spew more than enough violating substances into the air, often surpassing in a huge way whatever you're blaming the rest of us for. And how about that global warming, currently devouring a good share of the United States with extended icebox temperatures? Wasn't the world's snow supposed to be gone by now? Where's Al Gore? Must we be lectured instead by famed climate expert of the day -- today -- Elizabeth Warren ?
The United Nations remains intact, but its U.S. funding isn't quite so united, now that Trump and associates have cut our huge slice of the budget pie substantially. Will U.N. frauds composing a significant share of the voting bloc vote themselves out of the country in protest?
China gets slippery with petroleum: Spy satellites have reportedly shown Chinese ships unloading oil to North Korean ships in violation of United Nations agreements more than 30 times. China denies. Of course. And the artificial islands China constructs in direct opposition to neighboring countries exist merely for their aesthetic value. And now Russian tankers have likewise been caught filling up NK vessels? This is pure insanity.
Love him or hate him, the vacationing Dr. Michael Savage made a brief appearance on his radio program Friday afternoon to announce he enjoyed a dinner with and a couple of phone calls from President Trump during Christmas. Normally, we wouldn't bother mentioning this, but because Savage discussed with Trump and White House associates his deep, lifelong concern for wild animals and relating environmental issues we are somewhat inspired. His remarks to Trump that people generally look upon Republicans as crude and uncaring about enviro subjects surely made an impression -- an important point because true conservatives are also conservationists.
We remain consistently amazed how Savage is portrayed (mainly by the usual media and political suspects, who purposefully seem to ignore his best-selling books) as some variety of monster, when he actually puts himself out there as politically angered with justification and outspokenness, but deeply compassionate about issues, people and animals deserving of his attention. Savage, unafraid to voice his strong opinions about radical Islam and other unpopular topics, has long been banned in Great Britain, while Islamic extremists and others of questionable repute have almost been welcomed with open arms as England's government (like many Western European governments) seems to heed few warnings about England's steadily growing Islamic influence -- a conquest, in essence.
UFOs: Now that the UFO subject has been awarded an official confirmation -- of sorts -- we wish the many deceased researchers and investigators who poured heart and soul into keeping the phenomenon out in front could be here to know their work wasn't for nought. Oh yes, we are well aware and personally familiar with the ridicule.
Playing a coma victim on TV: An unfortunate, distressing number of U.S. voters endure a constant coma as leftists, of course, but I've been sampling a few TV shows where this character or that ends up in a coma, and on every occasion when they get screen time they look better than the people around them. I've encountered people in real comas, and I must say, they don't really look as good as actors pretending. For one thing, the coma actors are always on their backs, never turned from side to side to avoid bed sores. Nor do we see catheter bags hanging from the beds, almost overflowing with urine like in some real hospitals and nursing homes.
I'm pretty sure I could go on TV and play a coma actor, and because there are no troublesome lines of speech to learn this could be my ideal (pardon the pun) "dream" job. Oh, and by the way, the contract would stipulate that my acting coma must end with acting death -- otherwise I'd need to speak and impress others playing hospital roles about how I saw gods or demons while I was conked out, and how I was invited to go into a light or something. Ewwwwww!
Smoke detectors: Notice how the Christmas season brings not only tons of TV commercials, but public service announcements begging us to have working smoke detectors in our homes? I was thinking -- if your wish after demise someday is to be cremated anyway, why would you want a smoke detector? Nature can do the cremation job for free, true? I know, there's compassion, and then there's practicality.
At year's end, it's customary to review the year's highs and lows or offer hope or something of substance. Truth is, you already know what happened this year. As for 2018, my biggest hope is that Kim freakin' Jong-Un and his fellow thugs fall into a giant Venus flytrap, a plant perfectly suited for insect removal, and far more talented than North Korea's monster arthropod. That would truly create a splendid 2018.
May all of you have a reasonable 2018, even if that means simply avoiding incoming missiles, alien invaders, mysterious government agents, men in black, frogs falling from the sky, nightmares of Hillary as President or politics.
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
I know, I know, I've displayed Al Chop's letter to Henry Holt Publishing Co. several times over the years. Well, here it is again because it needs to be seen, remembered and immortalized as a key artifact in the history of official UFO investigations. Is the extraterrestrial theory the final word? Heck no. But Chop's letter -- and remember, he never meant for it to end up on the jacket of Major Donald E. Keyhoe's book, Flying Saucers From Outer Space, but Holt made that decision -- shows us what the U.S. government was thinking in the fifties. (Chop's photo attached).
Former Pentagon official and key participant in the government's five-year secret UFO study, now blown wide open as a real, tangible entity, Luis Elizondo appeared briefly on Glenn Beck's radio show this morning. Beck, whose listeners, we suspect, include a number of deeply religious folk whose faith may or may not be shaken to the core over the very idea of a serious government UFO investigation, flat-out asked Elizondo if he thought UFOs represent a life form, and Elizondo replied without hesitation that he did. Of course, he could only speak for himself, but we're rather sure he isn't alone in that opinion.
This week's New York Times and Politico bombshell articles are important, not because we learned what UFOs are (we didn't), but because we now have a glimmer of hope that official secrecy will begin to unwind and the government will tell us the truth. For starters, there must be one hell of a lot of military gun camera films and photos worthy of public release -- you know, the ones with a history of "disappearing" over the years, the ones military folk and others know are darned well sitting in a secluded file somewhere.
Having followed the UFO circus since the early sixties, I'm cautiously optimistic. But I'm also self-warned not to expect an exotic surprise to jump out of a cake as this current party plays into the night. The last time we attended a happy dance like this, Dr. Ed Condon and associates promised us a fair UFO project from the University of Colorado. Everybody knows how that turned out.
Monday, December 18, 2017
Breaking. . .broken. . .crashing news: The New York Times, Washington Post, TV network news shows and other sources are abuzz over a revelation that the Pentagon spent 22 million dollars over five years (beginning in 2007) to fund a secret UFO study. Well now, if the Pentagon admits to that degree of interest, be assured that far more than 22 million bucks have been thrown at the enigma and this amount, taken together with "black budget" funds, should pretty much nail the belief that government UFO studies have been continuing for decades. How could they not, considering the possibilities AND pilot-UFO encounters taunting intelligence system capabilities? For anybody following the UFO issue for years, familiar with inescapable evidence of a scientific mystery of possibly incalculable value, the only "secret" part here is the waker-upper. Why, oh why must every government UFO research project slip into the secret mode, depriving the American people of knowing about our government's work on this issue? Maybe the fact that the University of Colorado's $300,000 ("chicken feed" in scientific terms) UFO "study" was a fraud and disaster from the start has a bearing, but please, really, it's 2017 and we suspect U.S. citizens and much of the world can handle the truth -- even if the truth reveals only that governments are trying to take a look at something which seems intent upon looking at us.
At least one former study participant admits the project was continuing even when he departed, so we further note, therefore, that the assumed five-year window is nonsense. Indeed, our government has never stopped following the UFO issue. Nevertheless, we're curious about what investigators learned during the five-year period. Because military pilot films and photos apparently received the attention they deserve -- with some seeing public release after decades of withholding or "gone missing" status -- it's more than obvious that we've reached a tipping point of sorts. Then again, how many times have some perched precariously on the cliff overlooking "disclosure," only to fall off and see their assumptions smashed on rocks of disappointment below? We're pretty sure the main military interest here is weapons intelligence value, as opposed to a friendly alien discovery per the movie, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind."
The real promise here? Watch for TV networks to again drag out re-edited or new "documentaries" regarding the UFO subject because the time is right, and these will follow the usual established broadcast recipe favoring debunkers over science, evidence and apt questions. In the words of the street, they will truly suck. From ratings to rat-ings? Get ready.
Bitcoin isn't the only new currency on the block (or on the block chain, for that matter), but some parts of American society currently embrace another device of intrinsic value -- we'll call it "Bitchcoin."
The observant among you will gasp right away, believing that this offensive term might have something to do with women, and you are correct, but Bitchcoin treats men and women equally. Isn't that what everybody, or some everybodies, want? Bitchcoin currency, like Bitcoin, continues to trend upward in value, particularly because its growth depends upon the psychological destruction of women, girls, boys and men by people of either established gender -- or, we suppose, by those of contrived genders. Gender flavors of the day.
In other words, Bitchcoin is about bitching, moaning and complaining to extremes, involving male, female and, yep, revved-up gender benders who mysteriously choose surgeons' cold steel scalpel blades over mental counseling by "professionals" whom generally are a little less mind-conflicted than they.
On several occasions we have asked, what happened to the boys? Attention overwhelmingly appears focused upon the influence and emergence of young women all over the country. Just watch the sports segments on local TV stations or, good grief, check out TV commercials which keep the camera lens on females, with boys and men used as backdrops or potted plants.
Our national climate abhors and fears anything masculine that isn't a woman.
That sounds like a joke, but it's not.
Drawing almost from the ranks of utter hysteria, accusations of abuse by men now spew forth from women of all ages. It's as if a social volcano just blew its top, burning lava gushing forth and obliterating everything equipped with a penis in sight.
OF COURSE there are sexually abused and battered women, but beyond mere accusations are options for gathering evidence or actually progressing to courtroom trials. Unfortunately, these options are irrelevant in the current atmosphere. Accusations are everything and fake justice for the accused is manipulated like a fidget spinner.
Whether it is women or men making accusations against alleged perpetrators regarding things that happened long ago, how do the accused defend themselves against what often comprises nothing more than an accusatory word factory?
Yet, it happens. It's happening. The value of Bitchcoin is on the rise, and all that one of either gender need do is initiate the bitching. Get a sleazy attorney of dubious TV-enhanced integrity involved and, well, all the better for Bitchcoin's social value.
Some of us have a lot of time on their hands, life's chores having become less cumbersome over the decades. We might just be at a point where we're so bored and unattached that any subject which reeks of a group activist mentality quickly and magnetically attracts those who should be part of it -- and those who probably shouldn't. When flippant and unsubstantiated words instantly effect negatively the lives and careers of folks at every level, something is dramatically wrong. So be afraid, be very afraid.
The cracked wisdom of Governor Jerry Brown: Here's a guy who could single-handedly raise the value of Bitchcoin by words alone. Following Brown's appearance on "Sixty Minutes," in which the governor blamed climate change for the latest California fires, a homeless people's encampment was actually determined to be the source of ignition after carelessness allowed a major blaze to grow and destroy homes, wildlife and everything else in its widening path. Brown consistently demonstrates that, like horses to water, one can lead a far leftist to facts, but you can't make him absorb 'em. It's the agenda, you see, always the agenda.
On the same note come the questions that few dare ask -- how many of these fires have the human touch of deadly intent behind them? Are poverty, border jumpers, Islamic terrorism or any variety of human manifestations possible causes for a majority of these blazing infernos? Would official sources admit it publicly, thus touching off blind or focused retaliation?
No sonics? Regarding members of the U.S. diplomat staff and others who sustained mysterious brain injuries in Cuba, there is now talk that sound waves of any nature may have been ruled out as a precipitant. According to an apparently knowledgeable guest on Clyde Lewis's radio talk show, electromagnetic devices or weaponry currently rank as the presumed culprit, and the U.S. government knows it, demands silence on the part of those affected or investigating, and as usual the American people will be the last to know the truth. If ever.
I offered up my old ultrasound theory because this form of energy, too, can cause devastating internal body damage, and if sound can truly be ruled out in the Cuba instances (which seem to extend beyond Cuba?), all the better for determination of the facts.
Omarosa, Obama-rosa, whatever her name, leaves the White House with a little help: We say good riddance to this scheming staff member who never should have been allowed inside in the first place. As she throws the terms racist and racial toward Trump, we also see the kind of person who planned all the time to learn what she could in the Trump White House, always intent upon writing about all the "dirt" she could find. When one undertakes military or government employment, various promises of confidentiality must be signed, so we certainly expect swift punishment, should this disturbing ex-staffer violate her promises. Hearing what we have of her allegedly disruptive influence in the White House before being unceremoniously tossed out (oh, excuse me, she resigned on her own. Uh huh.), we anticipate that the value of Bitchcoin just shot way higher. The only question remaining is, how many lawsuits and how many lawyers will she stack up against enemies she probably helped create all by herself?
Net neutrality exits: Another temporary victory by the Obama bunch bites the dust. We calmly suggest of New York's and other states' attorneys general to just shut up, hold your frivolous lawsuits and wait to see if good things really do happen now that government's Internet control has been ripped away in favor of the free market. If chaos truly ensues as time goes on, that's the time for lawsuits, not now. The lawsuit thing is all Democrat pap, anyway, for leftists can't survive without the phony necessity to control, control, control. By the way, during the years before Obama's interference, you may recall, the Internet was working just fine.
Seven dirty words: The late George Carlin would love this move by the Trump administration in which seven words have allegedly been banned from HHS documents and/or contract proposals involving medical topics. I vehemently disagree with the Trump folk on this one, if reported correctly, because one cannot simply wave a wand and obliterate dictionaries. Yes, government-twisted Obama-friendly words such as "diversity" just drive me mad because it doesn't mean what it means when one race is stacked against another or others -- yet banning it seems a fruitless venture.
The word, "transgendered" also requires omission, and I'm not certain of a worthy alternative. I particularly find the banning of "fetus" interesting, and in this instance alone we surely encounter an homage to GOP evangelists. With no shame, I have warned again and again that the Republicans need to distance themselves from those who would manipulate government with their personal religious agendas -- yet, here we are. "Fetus" is a perfectly sound medical term exemplifying an organism growing in a womb, much like a chicken in an egg. Ouch! The religious right doesn't want to hear that, instead demanding with obvious calculation that "fetus" be replaced with another word -- and since dictionaries don't offer much of an alternative, one is almost forced to use the word, "baby." Dunno, maybe the CDC can get by instead with the term, "thingamajig" when the perfectly good word "fetus" is banned by word censors of any political party. Not the Trump White House's finest decision here.
Monday, December 11, 2017
CBS-TV's 60 Minutes presented a segment Sunday evening about Russian elections and the newest daredevil looking forward to an elective death match with Putin (it's a death match because people challenging Putin usually end up in a very bad way).
Yes, candidate Navalny's closet rattles with a few skeletons of his own (embracing fascism in the past, for one), but after what seems an eternity dominated by Putin and his grim associates, such as Medvedev, wouldn't a little change to something else be worth the gamble? Aren't common Russian folk tired of eating the same old fart-infested political gruel, day after agonizing day?
Obviously, chances that aging dictator Putin will come out the winner loom high for various customary and unsettling reasons, but it's always nice to see somebody challenge a corrupt establishment despite risks. Formidable risks. And dude -- don't eat mysterious sandwiches until after the election. Oh, and avoid gunfire, etc., etc.
Terror in New York City: This time it's a 27-year-old man from Bangladesh, he having resided in Brooklyn for seven years. Legally? Illegally? Didn't the world and its vaunted rock stars go all teary-eyed over helping Bangladesh years ago? This is the thanks we get?
Here's where I stand. Any time, every time a terrorist event occurs, of any magnitude whatsoever when it even suggests injury or death to others, any suspects captured must be tried immediately and if determined guilty sentenced to a quick death sentence. Following execution, it should be known far and wide that disposal of the body or bodies will, in no way, be allowed a traditional Islamic burial. Indeed, every effort must be made to assure that "carcass disposal" is accomplished in every possible and humiliating way contrary to Islamic tradition.
Why? Because there's nothing like publicity to drive a point home, and if the message can make an impression on members of the Islamic garbage dump perhaps some of them will think twice about their eventual destiny if they choose the terror path. Since reasoning doesn't work with this crew, our options otherwise are few to none.
CNN: Wow, do you folks get anything right? If you can't back up your Trump fantasies, why should anybody believe a word you broadcast? Newspaper journalism is all but dead and the sound bite crowd doesn't care as long as a pleasing voice or pretty TV face delivers their daily dose of dog poop disguised as news.
Saturday, December 9, 2017
Wintertime in the Northeastern USA is a delight -- if you're ten, and maybe 16 or 25. I fall into none of those categories and, as a tip of the hat to my minimally returning Russian readers (former KGB, bread bakers, hackers, whomever) no, I don't think vacationing in Siberia would be my preference, either.
That said, please be aware that blog entries here may slow over the next two or three months because extreme temperatures and I don't function very well together -- and since scientists determined a few years ago that human brains temporarily shrink during winter, you're not likely to get any more coherence out of my thoughts than usual, probably less. Pretty sad, huh?
Actually, (I hate sentences starting out with that word, yet look at me!), my mental stability may already be changing, as I discovered and find quite interesting some music and music videos by the artist known as Watsky. His variety of music and I are about as far apart as two strangers can get, but occasionally even an observer of geezer status can appreciate the rare intellect expressed by a young artist. Maybe I'll wake up tomorrow, this will all be a fantasy, and I'll retreat back to mellow vocalizations from Dean Martin, Peggy Lee, Barry Manilow and Cannibal Corpse.
But here we are, a typical December for me. As customary, my files are crammed with stories about which I intended to comment, but simply did not have the time to do so as 2018 waited in the shadows to proclaim what's old is old again.
For instance, there's a medical news gem about stents not really doing much to control pain and discomfort suffered by cardiac patients, while other sources convincingly covered fabricated evidence designed to promote the UN's global warming agenda. In London, acid attacks are on the increase, harpooning residents with fear about going outside any time of the day or night (we hasten to add that acid attacks to the face seem to be popular among the Islamic set -- not that London or its Muslim mayor would know anything about that, of course).
Meanwhile, in another obvious homage to United Nations lunatics who spend every waking moment devising plans to wield immense power and deprive individuals and their governing bodies of influence, warnings erupted about family pets -- dogs and cats especially -- contributing to climate change due to a meat diet. It's been a very long time since I analyzed cat and dog farts for content, but. . .well, I never actually did that, but apparently if I had the results would be stunning. What's the solution -- convince your cat that meatless, gluten-free rodents are the way to go? Can your dog survive on protein shakes and bean burgers?
' course, when I think of dogs and cats I think of tapeworms, and wasn't it fascinating that doctors extracted a huge worm from a North Korean defector who endured a lead shower while escaping a few weeks ago? Hardly surprising. Some time ago, I mentioned working at an Air Force base back in the seventies whose hospital lab personnel maintained a mini-museum of specimen jars containing parasitic worms removed from foreign military personnel. These were primarily pilot trainees from Iran and other nations seldom noted for exemplary medical care -- and apparently diets of horror. North Korea seems to "take the cake" for bad food hiding under a cloud of mass starvation, if indeed food is the term, and that's one cake nobody should have to swallow.
During the summer, conservative champion Pat Buchanan clicked out a superb and memorable piece about why and how those on the political left are filled with extraordinary hatred, and a better case for who really are the haters and racists can hardly be made. Visit the Net and look up Buchanan's June 16, 2017 article.
Unfortunately, many of the people who won't read Buchanan's piece are millennials, just determined via a Harvard poll to prefer Democrats two to one over Republicans. A significant share of blame for the fact that the left still has an ability to hypnotize the ill-informed by way of its overwhelmingly leftist-dominated media goes to Republicans themselves, who whimper and retreat at the mere hint of a Democrat scolding.
We wonder if millennials and those coming after will know or care what's hit them if predictions of European Muslim populations tripling by 2050 prove accurate?
One thing we can take seriously from the United Nations is a dire warning that nature itself is likely to brew drug-resistant bacteria, helped along by toxins and other substances with which humans abundantly saturate the environment and ecosystem. Hand in hand with this, consequences may already be reflected in another recent news report indicating that antibiotic resistance has already pointed toward a decrease in human life expectancy in terms of, not fractions of a day or week, but by years. On the bright side: If you hate your neighbors, maybe it's only a matter of time before you can kiss their asses goodbye. Then again, on the not-so-bright side. . .
So long humans? For elephants and other wildlife tortured under our very existence, that wouldn't be a bad deal. Recent photos of bored youth and adults in India throwing burning balls of tar on elephants just to cause pain and watch them burn are a prime example of why we humans have overstayed our welcome. A New York Times expose' about the illicit international trade in apes, acquired through beatings and drugs, is another eye-opener. By the time we perfect artificial intelligence and AI goes on to perfect itself without our help, watch out!
Bloomberg released a very well-researched piece about the Nestle Company and other industries gaining access to community spring water and bottling it for sale at almost no cost whatsoever. The deeper concern is whether water bottlers deplete forever the resources they extract, and this should certainly be a concern as the world approaches wars for access to clean water on a level similar to earlier wars for oil. Humans continue to transform a beautiful planet into a toilet, and again we suggest babies are not cute anymore when we examine the total picture.
We note actress Pamela Anderson's comments that women in Hollywood and beyond shouldn't be surprised when they meet men in secluded settings for supposed job interviews and terrible things happen. We predict Ms. Anderson will not be given a woman of the year award by the feminist community based upon this advice.
Then again, fear can work two ways. How about the woman professor at the University of California who denounces traditional science, desiring instead to replace it with "a much needed anti-science, antiracist, feminist approach to knowledge. . ." etc., etc. To us, THAT's scarier than Harvey Weinstein in a hotel room.
Our favorite racists, the Southern Poverty Law Center, found time in August to proclaim three large U.S. Army bases willing bastions of the Confederacy because of their monuments and such memorabilia. Is there possibly a Southern Poverty Psychiatry Center available to take a good close look at these alleged law folk who, according to some sources, have upper echelon leaders making a pretty good buck off this operation?
We assume the SPLC and others of a similar ilk support colleges and universities currently going bonkers over ridding male students of "toxic masculinity?" Maybe feminist students and faculty incensed over the fact that men even exist at all should become more concerned about a future society dominated by AI in which here won't be many human jobs remaining. The Guardian has been very clear about this future when AI superiority and job loss will cause quite a dilemma -- and, at long last, nobody can blame toxic masculinity on a robot.
By the way, we loved a story about a prominent geologist who viewed Al Gore's new climate disaster movie and was "appalled" -- no, not the way you think. He was appalled at what a piece of crap Gore's way under-attended film turned out to be.
The Big Worry: China's advancement in quantum computing vs. the U.S. which may need to catch up quickly, according to a report offered by McClatchy News.
Iraq appears rather energized about proclaiming the end of ISIS. Trouble is, Iran has already made great studies into Iraq and other parts of the Middle East, so that's not exactly a paradise in the making. At least not from a U.S. point of view.
Finally this: We were much intrigued by a story a few months ago regarding how the human brain seems to actually eat itself if sleep-deprived. That's an interesting hypothesis but, we ask, can this account for brain dysfunction and silliness in young people and professors who currently take themselves as seriously as death as they spend every WAKING moment attempting to conquer "toxic masculinity?"
We may or may not return before the end of the year, but until and unless, for now we wish our readers who celebrate the season a merry Christmas and a very pleasant new year. I guess the rest of you are doomed -- but keep reading!
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Back in the ancient seventies I wrote a brief article for one of Argosy magazine's Argosy UFO issues in which I compared UFO subject coverage among what were then the three major TV networks -- ABC, CBS and NBC.
Clearly, ABC's interesting and fair reporting won the day, and so it was until cable TV became popular and fostered an ever-altered grab bag of new networks and channels.
In recent years, by the time ABC got around to offering additional UFO "documentary" productions -- consisting essentially of a hack job hosted by Ju Ju Chang and then a rehashed version of Peter Jennings' earlier UFO special repackaged for David Muir -- it became more than obvious that the bus from Sucksville had arrived and unloaded little more than time-fillers in search of ratings at any cost. Why?
Ratings. Say it out loud. RATINGS. Ra-tings.
No, make that rat-ings. Rat-ings. I like that one best because one can quickly find the rat in ratings.
Which brings us back to ABC. And Brian Ross. And rat-ings.
Brian Ross has a bit of a history on tipping events just a bit, just enough to make matters conservative or Republican appear suspicious or condemned by his own words. Last week, he was wrong about Flynn and Trump, so wrong in fact that the stock market temporarily tanked and investors lost billions of dollars, we are told. His profoundly error-drenched reporting did, however, seem to provide performance orgasms for some ladies on The View, who ate up and regurgitated Ross's words like starving rodents on a sinking ship, insistent upon proclaiming "told ya so" just before the final submersion.
Televised excitement over a lie job.
Poor Brian Ross, instructed, once ABC execs apparently realized that leftist crap-grinding as usual wasn't going to fly this time, to go home without pay for four weeks. Fired? Hell no. He's too valuable because "everybody" knows that Brian Ross exemplifies the highest of journalists' standards at ABC-TV. In the industry. Yes, a rare broadcast news icon indeed.
We are in hell. Hell lives in TV news administered by the Big-Boy networks. Hell and rat-ings tend to broadcast hand-in-hand these days.
Nevertheless, we see the left crumbling all over the country, with a preponderance of those accused of sex crimes inured with leftist values; politics, Hollywood, recording artists, the whole basket of Democrat deplorables (Hillary was right, except she labeled her basket incorrectly), the gang's all there. To whom shall the Democrat faithful run as shadows run deep? To black Lives Matter and other dedicated socialists with mayhem on their minds? The fetid flower path masquerading as mere protest grows shorter.
As rat-ings and viewership for major TV network news divisions continue to plummet, one shouldn't be too quick to add the TV faces of Brian Ross (crimes against journalism), Dan Rather (the George W. Bush military service fiasco), Charlie Rose (wha. . .???) and Walter Cronkite (Vietnam and UFO reporting) to Mount Rushmore, because one really mustn't emulate emasculators disguised as journalists. Truth is, I used to have lots of respect for all of these folks. But that was a long time ago, before I fully realized how the game plays out.
General Michael Flynn: Fine, let investigations proceed -- but don't we detect, along with all the hoopla, customary leftist hatred for anything or anybody related to the U.S. military? We currently seem to have the FBI, the Dept. of Justice and Congress all fighting with one another, and we firmly hope that U.S. military readiness remains immune to cultures determined to take military resources down with the rest of the nation.
A most significant event would occur if the Republicans could empty the government of a large percentage of upper echelon federal employees brought in during the Clinton and Obama administrations, many of whom probably do everything they can to defeat or hold hostage fragments of Trump's agenda for America. Good luck with that.
Assessing the future: What future?
Trump's Environment : We aren't willing to swallow whole the Trump agenda, by the way. We hope somewhere along the way he realizes that conservatives were also conservationists once, and they should grab that golden ring and hold it close again, particularly where newly open lands and wildlife may be in jeopardy. For a Few Dollars More wasn't just the name of a Clint Eastwood spaghetti western -- it's also what some in the corporate would would sacrifice precious national resources to gain, we fear, as the President opens up land out West (yes, we know Obama did the close-down deed before Trump just reversed it, but let's not now go "hog wild" in the flower bed, if you know what we mean).