August 19, 2019

Youtube vs PragerU explained

Worth watching in its entirety.

August 18, 2019

My silence on the Democratic candidates

I've been watching the Democrats vie for the nomination to be their presidential candidates.  I've made very few remarks so far, mostly based on a quote that I read once that's attributed to Napoleon Bonaparte:

President Trump is happy to chime in on what he sees.  Maybe he's right because there is nothing he can say that will sway the party to become more rational.  I doubt there is anyone who can swing them back to sanity and away from free healthcare for illegal immigrants at this point.  They may be beyond recovery at this point.

Sunday verse

August 14, 2019

Project Veritas releases more Google insider info

The Google-is-evil rabbit hole is deep:

More Walkaway Wednesday stories

A few more stories about people walking away from the Democratic party.

August 13, 2019

Jeffery Epstein conspiracy theories are less crazy than normal

I like a good conspiracy theory even though most are ridiculous and implausible.  They're still entertaining.  But in the case of Jeffery Epstein and his sudden suicide while incarcerated and on suicide watch (or at least he was for a time) I have to wonder.  I'm not in any way prepared to say his suicide was actually a homicide but I can't blame anyone for thinking that he was murdered.  There is enough strangeness around his entire history, let alone his apparent suicide, to give us pause to consider the possibility.

I'm going to wait for more information to come in, but here are some interesting takes on the situation:

and then there's this...

August 9, 2019

Ohr 302s show 'disturbing' desperation to oust Trump

The truth is leaking out faster now:

It's just a matter of time that this cabal of Justice Department / Establishment insiders come to justice.

On Trumpian fundraising

Fox Business reports that president Trump's fundraising is going well, despite the protesters trying to prevent even donations to the president:

Friday Musical Interlude - The Death of Melody

A sad but accurate commentary on the state of music.

August 8, 2019

Republican leader gets banned for calling out threats

Republican senate majority leader Mitch McConnell pointed out the threats to him.  But it gets worse. Twitter leaves Leftist calls for "Eradication".


August 6, 2019

Not racist

The knee-jerk liberal cries of racism any time the president (or anyone) makes a point liberals cannot refute, are being taken less seriously every day.

August 5, 2019

It was all Trump's fault.

...because the media tells you so.  Think for yourself, like these guys:

Here's the president's measured and thoughtful response:

August 3, 2019

Celebrities, Climate change, and absurdity

You can't make stuff up that is this ridiculous:

Saturday Learning Series - Steven Crowder's Masterclass (episode4)

A continuation of Steven Crowder's Master Class series, this time the history of the navy.

August 2, 2019

Is Hong Kong setting itself up for an invasion?

The one part of China that remembers democracy could be in really big trouble.

Friday Musical Interlude - Working for a Living

Huey Lewis and the News, Working for a Living from 1982. Because it's Friday.

August 1, 2019

Must See: "Mueller Report meets the Rule of Law"

Sidney Powell is the author of License to Lie, the most widely read book on institutional and individual corruption at the US Department of Justice. She is a writer, commentator and former Assistant United States Attorney with inside knowledge and experiences of how the US Department of Justice actually operates. Licensed to Lie is a frightening story of how “justice” is really delivered by the federal government’s most important and most powerful law enforcement agency.
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