First Principles- First Impressions About America

Anyone, anywhere, who hears the name "America" already has a first impression about America; either positive or negative. It doesn't matter if he/she is 18 or 80, and located anywhere in the world. If abroad those impressions are a mixture of street talk, music, films, and of course, relatives who may have traveled there or live ... Read More

Make Tiger Great Again: Would You Wear It?

So the question of the day is, after Tiger's tremendous performance at the Masters' Tournament, would you wear this hat? ... Read More

Inciting Right Violence: the Left Breaking the Irony Bank

I think we need a new word for this daily dose of irony so astoundingly rich, the word "irony" somehow doesn't seem enough. Every single day, Democrats, the liberal media, and other Leftists engage in this remarkably stupid game, with not a sliver of self-awareness. Media figures and elected Democrats screech that President Trump is ... Read More

The Battle Omar and the Democrats Will Lose – 9-11-2001 Edition

There can be no doubt we are at war with those who neither respect nor adhere to the Constitution of the United States of America. We Americans are well versed in the hate for our country a large portion of the supposed "progressive" Democrats have. It's not enough to run roughshod through American institutions and ... Read More

The Day the Music Died; the Loss of Innocence on America’s College Campuses

The lines of a ditty from the early 1960s suddenly popped into my head, recently. It was late lest September, as well as I can remember While strolling though the park in tipsy pride Not a word did I utter, as I lay down in the gutter And this pig came up and lay down ... Read More

By an Angel’s Kiss, SSG Chrisopher Slutman, 43, SGT Benjamin Hines, 31, CPL Robert Hendrik, 25, US Marine Reserves (Afghanistan)

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony USMC Reserve SSG Christopher A Slutman, 43, of Newark, NJ, and USMC Reserve SGT Benjamin S Hines, 31, of York, PA USMC Reserve CPL Robert A Hendrik, 25, of Locust Valley, NY were killed near Bagram AFB, Aghanistan when the ... Read More

The Natural Law of Vigilanteism

For several years now, I have been beating the drum for citizens around the country to form small clandestine groups to move stealthily through back alleys in the dark, then (euphemistically) kill the rose bushes of various members of local governments, from City Hall and the State Capitol, to the public school and university system; where Beta-men ... Read More

For Self-Righteous Conservative Prigs on Twitter

For those of you self-righteous prigs who sound remarkably similar to left-wingers trying to execute one of our guys, and delight in watching Joe Biden squirm, may I suggest one simple thing: Keep it to yourselves until the Dems choose a candidate. Don't do their work for them, for watching them squirm and twist in ... Read More

“Social Norms,” Joe Biden as #CreepyUncleJoe

Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of former Vice President/Senator Joe Biden, notes in her book how uncomfortable his consistent touching made her as an introvert. I'm no introvert, and never have been, however, I've only met a few people like Joe in my 53 years and one was my husband's uncle. When I met him ... Read More

Understanding the Bottomless Pit of Self-Serving at CIA under John Brennan

(From the Claremont Institute, 2007 (Bush years): Important read, even for the average citizen. Same sort of self-serving decision-making of the likes of John Brennan, so very insightful about things to come. (Notice to future prosecutors, use these volumes to build your cases. We need to refresh ourselves on the Natural Law of Bureaucracies and Homo Bureaucraticus) A ... Read More

The Care and Cleaning of the Twitter Account

The Grand Game Almost everyone has a opinion about Twitter and Facebook. Conservatives consider them capricious in the way they handle "political speech" on their sites, rewarding Leftist views while punishing flag-waving Love-America attitudes. Both are hostile to American-style democracy and values. But as long as the American political class, including Republicans, is in the grip of elitists who want to ... Read More

“Now it’s time to investigate the investigators.” Deep State Edition

Those of us who watched Donald J Trump, in all his glory, for 40 years on our televisions in one form or another, knew he wasn't a Russian agent. Those of us with a modicum of intelligence knew that this attack on who we chose to elect, was criminal. Those of us who recognize freedom ... Read More

By an Angel’s Kiss, SFC Will D Lindsay, 33 and Spec Joseph P Collette, 29, Army (Afghanistan)

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony Army SFC Will D Lindsay, 33, of Cortez, Colorado, of 2d Bn, 10th Special Forces Group, (Airborne) Ft Carson and Army Specialist Joseph C Collette, 29, of Lancaster, Ohio, of 242nd Bn Ordnance Bn, 71st Ordnance Explosive Disposal Group, (Hurt ... Read More

Politics vs National Survival: North Korea and the Sophomores’ Crucible

Carrying forward a conversation I began a few days ago: It’s a short read, a preamble to this one, but sets up my purpose here, which is to contrast the aims of many conservatives who have, in order to save their personal ship of state, have jettisoned the American people as excess baggage, the people’s ... Read More

“I am Not Responsible! I am Not Responsible!”

You may not recognize this phrase much anymore, but in the 1960s it was a common plea, heard up and down the line at any railroad station in Delhi, Bombay, Cape Town, Singapore, and thousands of smaller stations where clerks sold tickets, or ran small offices that had to deal with the teeming masses on ... Read More

Handbook of Dark-Alley Counter-Revolution

2019 and the Democrats have given clear evidence where they want to take America and how they intend to get us there. Sadly, a large number of sitting Republicans have allowed themselves to be steamrolled by donors to be part of this same one-world alliance. Both sides are becoming more easily defined. So, regular people out here, the ... Read More