Ayn Rand’s Children of the Damned, a 1971 Prophecy Fulfilled

(Reprised by Request) …and as I watched him on the stage My hands were clenched in fists of rage No angel born in Hell Could break that Satan’s spell And as the flames climbed high into the night To light the sacrificial rite I saw Satan laughing with delight The day the music died (Don McLean, ... Read More

Trump approves Italian company’s plan to drill in Arctic

"You're gonna be winning so much, you're going to be tired of winning!"                                                                 ___Donald Trump  Yes, we sure have been "winning" a lot ... Read More

From My CP: Anonymous Sources report Mitch McConnell Quote “I like the Cocaine and the Whiskey too!”

It's drier than a popcorn fart here.  Not as bad as the East River area of South Dakota but its gettin' to hurtin' time.  But what the hell, we've been on the rough edge of hurtin' fer certain for a decade now.  You'd think we'd be used to it.  The garden is doing great, we ... Read More

I’ve Polled Myself And Others And Trump Is Polling At 100% Positive

You know its true, do you know anyone who voted for Donald J Trump in November and wouldn't vote for him today? You'd not know that based on the same skewed polls that pronounced her highness Hillary Clinton the next President. The narrative, its all the narrative with the Very Fake News. I used to ... Read More

The Case Against Criminal Charges For Hillary Clinton

I want to renew a call I made in the days just after the election, that trying and convicting Hillary Clinton for the long list of crimes she stands accused of doing may not be the best way to deal with her. Especially her legacy. I mean this in the purest sense of wanting to ... Read More

The Humorless Left; the Genesis of a Lie

The Private Life is Dead Remember the Bolshevik Strelnikov in the film classic, "Dr Zhivago" (1965)?  Played by Tom Courtenay, he was a young intellectual communist who had turned into a Red military commander in the civil war that followed the October Revolution. In reality, that comment "the private life is dead" had been the  ... Read More

Why President Trump Reaches We the People

My goodness! The media stories, the distress, the horrible things President Donald Trump said today - in particular those loathsome Twitter tweets... Thus reads the malignant media's headlines every day. Front page, even above the fold, sure to make page 1 or at least page 2 or 3 in the newspaper. Better yet, it's a ... Read More

Mika and Don, A Shot in the Foot

...that heals quickly. I've always said Trump needs a Ben Franklin in his board room and Newt Gingrich once again has proved that he's the one, explaining Donald Trump exactly right...especially since he agrees with me in defining Donald Trump's basic instincts. About President Trump's now-famous tweet about Mika and Joe, particularly Mika's facelift, Newt commented to Tucker Carlson that ... Read More

From My CP: Statues, Leadership and The Choices I’ve Made

The dogs and I just finished trooping the line.  Every day when I return from work its time to troop the line.  The dogs are dying to smell every track and trail left by the creatures who have trespassed our boundaries.  Saga Horribilus, a Panda Bear Boxer tipping the scales at 7.2lbs of steely eyed ... Read More

Has Schiff Shifted? Have the Democrats Shifted on Russia?

And did the 20 June, 2017 kerplunking of the Democrat's latest Great White Hope in Georgia have anything to do with it? The House Permanent Select Committee has as its principal mission to look into Russian influence during the 2016 election. You may recall that the committee's chairman, Devin Nunes (R-CA), recused himself from this investigation April 6, ... Read More

#GA06 Remembered the Meaning of Carpetbagger

Karen Handel won yesterday's GA-06 Special Election. A few brief thoughts are to be noted; they are a follow-up to Vassar Bushmills' analysis in his, "How Long Can Karen Handel Hold her Seat After Winning GA-06?" Post election, I would like to add some additional thoughts. Karen Handel did win yesterday; here are some pertinent ... Read More

Democrats Place Bounty on Trump Agenda, GOP Leadership Aims to Collect

If you stop to consider the profile of James Hodgkison there is more there there than first imagined. I'm sure when the media covered the various Occupy events in 2011-2012, no one noticed the few 50+ to 60+ year old men wedged in between all the snowflakes and sonnenkinder. He was not crazy, any more ... Read More

From My CP: D-Day, Ronaldus Magnus and Happy Birthday US Army

The garden is trying to kill me.  It hasn't been successful yet but I must admit I've considered suck starting a 9mm.  My son asked to borrow my knife late Monday afternoon during our gardening, I refused to give it to him til he promised he would only make one cut upon his wrist before ... Read More

Shakespeare in Love, a Reflection of Two Classes, circa 1998

I saw "Shakespeare in Love" last night for the first time since I saw it in a theater in Cincinnati in 1998. The film won the Best Picture Academy Award that year, as well as a Best Actress (Gwyneth Paltrow) and Best Supporting Actress (Judy Dench). Since the (fictionalized) story was about Shakespeare's writing and producing ... Read More

Call Me a Heretic, but I’m Not Buying Hillary’s “Daily Devotions” Book

Fellow patriot, Kenny, brought to my attention a new book written by a member of the cult of Hillary Clinton. Now our own Vassar Bushmills often reminds us about not judging, and that the state of a man's (or woman's soul) is in the Hands of God, the Creator. IOW, only He can know the ... Read More

First coal mine in 6 years opens in Pennsylvania

One may be able to say Obama's "war on coal" is dead, but that doesn't mean coal has made a complete comeback. Or ever will. Thanks to the discovery of natural gas and the use of fracking, "coal" will never be "king" again like it was in the years of our parents and grandparents. But ... Read More