In a Family Way?

In the summer if 2014, thanks to B. Hussein’s illegal DACA and DAPA measures, thousands of  unaccompanied  children arrived at the US border.  Many were from Guatemala.

Imagine how I felt!   I had sent my own 19  year old “child”  to Guatemala that summer!  (Or at least, given permission and paid, however reluctantly, for her to participate in her university’s public health program in that pestilential hellhole.)... [Read More]

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Again with the Cigar!

Why does the cigar figure in our politics so often?  Another fun read about how our warrior prince is decimating the Resistance.  Sorry if I’m boring ya’ll, but my fun meter is pegged.  Mr. MAGA even forced the sacred cabal of Meuller to advance our interests.  I sense a serious inflection point arriving.   Gotta stock up on popcorn!

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/01/dont_accept_any_trump_cigars.html

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Musings of a Midnight Rambler

As a student of corporate combat, the shiv to the ribs games necessary to climbing ladders in large organizations, I am having a lot of fun watching the current state of play.

Chuck and Nancy are playing from a well honed script of the Globetrotters against the Washington Generals that all GOP administrations play. They use the media , flash and emotion, cry racist, get the fans in the stands to shout defaming things and their bewildered opponents always give up. ... [Read More]

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It Is He Whose Loss Is Laughter When He Counts The Wager Worth!

” A voice is in the mountains, in the mountains! And I know/That voice that shook our palaces four Hundred years ago!/ It is he that saith  not kismet, it is he that knows not fate;/It is Raymond, it is Richard, it is Godfrey at the gate!/It is he whose loss is laughter when he counts the wager worth:/ Set down your foot upon him,  that our peace be on  the Earth!”

Thus speaks Mahound in Chesterton’s great poem Lepanto,  about the eponymous naval battle in the 16th Century that marked the end of Muslim sea power. (Oh and also disposed of a lot of the Ottomans’ wealth, since they had it on board with them, being  too backward to engage in banking which their foes had  been doing ever since the Crusades…win-win!)... [Read More]

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Fun! Then, more Fun!

Not vouching for this site or author, but I simply can’t contain my joy at the bitch-slapping that was delivered to Pelosi, and can’t stop reading about it.  Don’t be tempted to characterize this as just so much grade school pranking.  If you think like Juan Williams, don’t click on this.  If you think like Emperor Greg Gutfeld, then go ahead.  So much winning!

Trump Outplays Pelosi at Her Own Game... [Read More]

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Baby, Don’t Go!

Loooove  Trump advising Pelosi that if she’s going on her little jaunt to  Afghanistan and Brussels,  she’ll hafta pay for it!

If she can’t go, though, she can just rerun the pictures  is her from 2007,  wearing a headscarf, the symbol of female repression and inferiority,  and kissing up to Assad.  Just photo-shop out John Kerry and it could be current!... [Read More]

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Weekly Standard Sideswipe

Not much substantive here, but a comment on the demise of the Weekly Standard, which has been greatly anticipated.

Matthew J. Peterson at The American Mind posted an autopsy.  Mark Hemingway, lately of the Standard, posted a poignant and measured defense.  He gets it, but then again he doesn’t.  Or is it parody?... [Read More]

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Something my younger brother posted on Facebook…

I offer no apology for what I am posting, for this is truly how I feel. This is my opinion, not a debate. If you disagree, or find my position offensive, I’m perfectly fine with that. Feel free to unfriend me if we cannot agree to disagree. I wont debate or argue my beliefs.
I have lived through several United States Presidents prior to our current President Trump. In my lifetime, I have never seen nor heard of a President scrutinized over every word he speaks, humiliated by the public to the point of disgrace, slandered, ridiculed, insulted, lied to/about, threatened with death, had his wife and our First Lady disrespected, & his minor child insulted, threatened & harassed.
I am ashamed and saddened by the ruthless, mean-spirited, hateful, cruel, biased people who display themselves as having no civic pride, morals, ethics, decency or respect for our country’s traditions and values. My elders and teachers taught me many yrs ago to respect our President, whether I voted for them or not. All the news stations & reporters who feel they have the right to perpetuate blatant lies and fabricate “facts” for a “good story” are dividing our country beyond belief. Many only report the negative “news” and never the accomplishments of our President. If people do not research everything put out by the MSM, they are left to believe all the hate mongering news. This is leading to so much intolerance that I feel we are nearing the brink of a civil war! No other President that took the oath of office, has been on the news 24/7, scrutinized for their every word, facial expression, decision, handshake, what he eats… NO, he is not perfect, far from it! No President or person is, including you and I!!!!! Yes, he makes stupid comments and doesn’t use the flowery language of a “professional politician”. However, I believe he truly loves the United States of America and works tirelessly to make things better for us all. He is very different than what we’ve become accustomed to, thank goodness. The people who would rather see our country fail than help him do his job need to stop. I was always taught “If you can’t be part of the solution then at least don’t be part of the problem”. I personally want our President Donald Trump, as I did his predecessors, to succeed. To hope for failure is INSANE. United we stand; divided we fall.

I just had to post this as it is the way I feel also. Thank you for your time in reading it.

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2019 — A Year Without Gillette

That’s my tag line for the way to handle the Gillette debacle.

People talk about Procter & Gamble, amd there are lists of products or companies forwarded by P&G — I feel that’s too broad.  After all, focused fire is more effective.  And the P&G name is not the one being connected with this nonsense.... [Read More]

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