Sunday, June 26, 2016

Dupe Process

Katie Couric could learn something from this exchange posted last December, about how to expose the truly unscrupulous — using unedited video.



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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

The Excoriation of Hillary

I don't believe I've ever seen in my relatively short life any major modern candidate for President of the United States ever give a speech which so succinctly, aggressively, and completely so destroyed their opponent as the one Donald Trump gave today concerning Hillary Clinton.

I've seen Trump supporters for months in response to national Trump v Hillary polls say "he hasn't even started on her". And this brought visions of name-calling and the normal Trump antics that helped him defeat his Republican opponents. There was none of that today. He has clearly recognized that such will not work with Hillary.

Help Wayne Dupree and WAARadio Cover the RNC

Wayne Dupree and Kambree Nelson of the WAARadio Wayne Dupree Show are teaming up with Right Side Broadcasting to fully cover the Republican National Convention, something the Main Stream Media is not going to do; at least not without putting their spin on things and being selective about what they cover.

They have set up a GoFundMe page to cover the costs for 6 people to travel to the convention and are asking for a very small amount. As of this morning, they have reached their goal, but anything extra will help cover unforeseen costs. From their campaign page:

Sunday, June 19, 2016

The Clinton White House: The Second Amendment


As we continue to put together a picture of what a Hillary Clinton White House would look like, based on both the past and the present, let's discuss the important "issue" of gun control, a subject near and dear to the heart of the progressive left and personally to Hillary Clinton herself. 

Make no mistake, Hillary and the Left's intentions are not to prevent criminals from obtaining firearms, whether through watch lists, outright bans on firearms, or any other means, because they know, although they won't admit it, that such laws do not prevent criminals and terrorists from getting them.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

The Clinton White House: Hillary and Foreign Policy

As a continuing part of looking at what the Clinton White House would be like in the near future by studying the past, the following is an excerpt from a column written by RADM Charles R. Kubic, USN (ret) concerning Hillary's direct involvement in foreign policy decisions and specifically her actions and decisions concerning Libya:

...Despite valid ceasefire opportunities to prevent “bloodshed in Benghazi” at the onset of hostilities, Secretary Clinton intervened and quickly pushed her foreign policy in support of a revolution led by the Muslim Brotherhood and known terrorists in the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group. One of the Libyan Rebel Brigade commanders, Ahmed Abu Khattala, would later be involved in the terrorist attack in Benghazi on September 11, 2012.

Fighting ISIS for Dummies


Since it is clear to all thinking Americans and no one can defeat ISIS militarily, Obama really has to think outside the box on ways to prevent ISIS from continuing its assault on Americans.  My man in State has leaked some of our President’s leading ideas to defeat ISIS:

·         Add a Quran course to the Common Core curriculum

·         Since anything can be used as a weapon with the proper creativity, ban all personal property (Common Core is already working on stifling creativity)

·         Use AFFH to equitably distribute all Muslim refugees throughout all communities in America

·         Retool the AP American History standards to paint the Barbary pirates as the good guys/repressed culture

·         Reassure al Baghdadi that America is too busy combating climate change to pose a threat to Dar al Islam

·         Force Christian bakers to cater their own beheadings

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

The Clinton White House: A Review

The following is a comment that, I believe was made at MSN and is being spread around the internet. I figured I'd do my part and post it here as well. I do not know who wrote it, so I cannot attribute it properly. I will say I disagree with the requirement of being 50 for remembering any of this, as it's quite clear in my memory and I am only 37. I've done a bit of editing,  but the text is as follows:

If you’re under 50 you really need to read this. If you’re over 50, you lived through it, so share it with those under 50. Amazing to me how much I had forgotten!

When Bill Clinton was president, he allowed Hillary to assume authority over a health care reform. Even after threats and intimidation, she couldn’t even get a vote in a democratic controlled congress. This fiasco cost the American taxpayers about $13 million in cost for studies, promotion, and other efforts.

 Then President Clinton gave Hillary authority over selecting a female attorney general. Her first two selections were Zoe Baird and Kimba Wood – both were forced to withdraw their names from consideration.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Orlando: Spinning it Like a Top

No, really, it is.
 
 People are really working overtime to redirect the narrative pertaining to the Orlando Islamic Terrorist Attack the last few days. You have those on the left (media, government, other assorted morons) trying their best to call this anything but what it is. To them it was a "hate attack", which is apparently the opposite of a love attack, which I imagine is something like unicorns farting rainbows or something. Clearly, they say, this "troubled" or "mentally ill" or "homophobic" man was just a hater. And also his "AR-15" (actually a Sig Sauer MCX Carbine) made him do it.

You're a Wizard, Barry


Saturday, June 11, 2016

A Campaign Promise

Now that the former governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson, has been nominated for President by the Libertarian Party, I feel it would be in order for me, as your humble correspondent, to make a few promises regarding his campaign:

I will not say that Johnson, as the Libertarian candidate, has a long, hard road to the presidency.

I will not compare the size of his hands to those of the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump. I just don't think a Trump-Johnson measuring contest would be productive or appropriate.

Should his campaign falter and his polls go down, I will not refer to his support as "limp" or "flaccid."

Nor will I, describe him as offering stiff competition to the major party candidates.

Needless to say, should he decide to drop out of the race prior to the election, describe this decision as "premature evacuation." Of course, I don't expect him to pull out early, he's in it till completion.

I think these things would be too easy and obvious, and beneath both me as a writer, and you as a reader.

So, let's just sit back, relax, and see this election through to the exciting climax.

Irony Gates

Sunday, June 5, 2016

That's All Folks

Crisis of Character: A New Book By a Secret Service Guy






There is a new book coming out in a few weeks by a former member of the Secret Service who served during the Clinton presidency as an officer in the White House. The name of the book is Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience With Hillary, Bill, And How They Operate and it will be available on Amazon.com and probably other places.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

The Data

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The above graph is the single most powerful tool in arguing against another 4-8 years of a Democratic presidency. They are the results of the Obama presidency, and there is no question that a Hillary Clinton presidency will cause these trends to continue.
These trends have already approached a point where any further shift in these directions over the next few years will spell disaster for our country. The data shows several key problems:

Friday, June 3, 2016

San Jose Sturmabteilung

Brownshirts
 
 It is like a rule of the internet that one should avoid comparing opposing groups to Nazis, unless one wishes to have a very ridiculous and paper-thin argument. I generally follow that rule, as most comparisons to Nazis are pedantic at best and flat-out ignorant of history at worst.

That is, unless a group literally acts like Nazis. Then the comparison is called-for, especially when the tactics perfectly mirror those of the Nazi party early in German politics before their rise to power. Because such tactics are dangerous and a threat to political discourse in our country.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Tom Cotton's Wonderful Rant

It's no secret that I am not a fan of Senator Harry Reid (D-NV). I think he's a disgrace to the Senate, the democRat Party (and that is HARD to do), his state, and his church.

So, I absolutely LOVED it when Tom Cotton (R-AR) went OFF on Reid on the Senate floor.

Enjoy.


Tuesday, May 31, 2016

The Parable of the Modern Flood

Grab onto something, whatever it is...
 
I heard a story once. Or read it. I dunno which or where or from whom. But it made me think about how some people view the world, and how that can sometimes differ from reality. I think the story was meant as a joke, but it could be seen as a parable. 
 
I've always loved parables because they illustrate a point, and often a very deep point, in such a simple way. They are the kind of stories you can spend a lifetime thinking about, and can apply the "moral of the story" to so many situations.
This story, that I did not invent but will write down from memory with a little literary embellishment, I call the Parable of the Modern Flood.