The Bellweather- First Report: We are Still Winning

This is the first of our Bellweather Reports, published on an "as-needed" basis. (Note our weather vane and the direction it is flying.) We are still winning.  They are still losing. We are still mounted on horses. They are still afoot. And Donald Trump still works for us, and not us for him. Donald Trump ... Read More

Ellis Island del Norte, Ellis Corral al Sur, Easy-In, Hard-Out

An update from 2013, when we still believed the open borders argument was just about cheap labor for super-national business. Big business has shown itself to be much more Corporate One-World than we knew then, Republican lawmakers as a class (with some notable exceptions) even more craven than we could have imagined then, and Democrats, with almost no ... Read More


Consider people like Sen Mark Warner who have to deal with the reality of the Trump-Russian Collusion theory being shattered from the political angle. He's in leadership and is expected to lie a liar's mouth daily, cynically saying hundreds of things he knows not to be so, only having to say them anyway, simply because money and ... Read More

Politics and National Survival

I think it was Konrad Lorenz, the Nobel winning natural scientist, who told of a team of animal behaviorists observing baboons in the South African savannah when a much smaller monkey was spied by a much larger baboon. The vervet turned and scampered back toward the forest cover, the baboon in hot pursuit. After only a hundred yards ... Read More

Toward a “Theory of the Man”

For almost everyone who pops up in the news, I have a general theory of that person, beginning with how they got in the news in the first place. If WAPO or New York Times said something approvingly about them, my starting point is likely to be a minus -1. Disapprovingly? Plus +1. The media ... Read More

Trump Directs his SOTU to the PEOPLE

On paper the State of the Union Address has been from the President, the Chief Executive, to the other branches of Government, telling them how the country was faring. The People, the object of the Constitution, (don't forget) only learned what the President had to say about the State of the Union through the Media, who, for most ... Read More

Ralph Northam’s Brotherhood of Silence

Alternative title: "A Conspiracy of Silence" Virginia Governor, Ralph Northam, made national news last week for two issues: 1) supporting infanticide all the way up to, and including post-birth, and 2) someone revealed his Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook page picturing him as a guy in blackface, or a KKK outfit. There isn't a definitive ... Read More

The Abortion Gulag and the Law

Thanks to the legislatures and governors of New York and Virginia, we can start the election season early. From a political fad in 2016, to a trend after the 2018 mid-terms, Infanticide has become a full blown rallying cry for Democrats around blue state America. Our Lady Penguin laid this development bare just a few ... Read More

Infanticide in New York State

America continues its march toward its own destruction. On January 22, 2019, Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law the "Reproductive Health Act" - upon signing the bill, he stated: “With the signing of this bill, we are sending a clear message that whatever happens in Washington, women in New York will always have the ... Read More

Music to March on Congress to

In 2010 I began thinking about what a million-citizen March on Congress might look like, if citizens without gawky hats might actually want to scare the bejeezus out of those people found there. No trash, no foul language, no shooting moons, or pornographic placards... ... just a mean look in our eyes. And no warning, an ... Read More

The Media’s Intentional “Rush to Judgement”

It's been several days since the Covington Boys met Native American "elder" Nathan Phillips in a confrontation at the Lincoln Memorial. The incident has been reported in the media as an "attack" on an elderly man. A Native American, which apparently gives more status to an elderly person in this country, than regular elderly folks ... Read More

By an Angel’s Kiss, SSG Joshua Z Beale, 32 (Afghanistan)

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony Army SSG Joshua Z Beale, 32, of Carrollton, VA, died in Jan 22, 2019, in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan, from small arms fire. He was of 1st Bn, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) Ft Bragg Rest in peace,  Staff Sergeant Job ... Read More

The Internet and Satan’s Game by Bishop Robert Barren

(If you like what Bishop Barren has said here, please go to the Catholic World Report, and give them and Bishop Barren an attaboy. He has provided an important link to understanding the structural phenomenon we're encountering, which is the strategy, plowing the row, so to speak, of a new type of  authoritarian government through Gestapo tactics, ... Read More

By an Angel’s Kiss, SGT Cameron A Meddock, 26 (Afghanistan)

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony Army SGT Cameron A Meddock, 26, of Texas died in Jan 13, 2019, at Army Hospital in Landsruhl, Germany from wounds received in a fire fight in Baghdis Province, Afghanistan, a week earlier Rest in peace, Sergeant Job well done.   ... Read More

Target: Not the President, but the Presidency

The argument is often made that First Amendment protections means we can't do anything about the Media. Well, yes and no. You see, the Media is a Thing, just as a corporation is a Thing, the FBI is a Thing. You know what I'm saying. Liars, traitors, criminals of every stripe, are people...with names and ... Read More

A Good Reminder about Good Indians

(h/t Paul Dughi, Sports Raid, June 2016) Jim Thorpe was a Native American Indian of the Sac and Fox nation in Oklahoma. in the early 1900’s, an orphan, he went to the Carlisle Indian School in Pennsylvania and made up one half of the school's entire track team, which competed among some well known colleges. He also played football, (they ... Read More