A Memo on the Vietnam Draft, a Prelude for Vets

(This is a set-up piece, a prelude, as to why we need a corps of veterans out there teaching young kids about America. Like any military exercise, we have to 1) know the objective and 2) and know the size and power of the obstacles out there laying out there to keep us from reaching it.) Recently we published a ... Read More

Revenge of the Nerds: IRS ordered to pay Tea Parties $3.5 million

Most of you probably remember the movie "Revenge of the Nerds" from the 1980's. One of those B movies in a college setting where the A List group refuses to let any "nerds" into their fraternities, but of course the nerds out smart them. Back in 2012 a lot of conservative Tea Parties started to ... Read More

Of No-Go Zones and Dragnets

It was this way once and it may have to be again. This is Walter Huston, "Beast of the City", a 1932 gangland film, one of the early talkies, pre-censorship, and probably a scene which never really occurred in the real cops vs gang wars of those days. But it was clearly a theme the people ... Read More

Gotta Smoke? – The Veterans Edition

I once heard Paul Harvey say It’s the sound of work boots going up the steps, and the sound of bedroom slippers coming down. Mr Harvey was comparing America to Europe at the time, and it was the 1960s. (I’d like to think the Founders had an escalator instead of stairs in mind, with people ... Read More

Da Mob, a Look at Democrat Party Election Practices

I read enough to know that most people believe the Democrat Party acts like a criminal gang, but still won't draw an image in their minds as to just how a criminal gang works. I'm going to give you some leads here, and then, no matter where you live, red-blue, urban-suburban-rural, I suggest you sit down with other friends and ... Read More

“Adultery”, per Radar O’Reilly

Anyone under 40 will not remember, and certainly find no modern relevance in Radar O'Reilly, played by Gary Burghoff in the M.A.S.H. TV series, 1972-1983. He was a 20-something corporal in an Army surgical hospital unit in the Korean War. It was a comedy. Everyone else in the camp was older than Radar, who was straight ... Read More

Trade Brinksmanship, not Trade War, versus Globalism

"Trade War" is a term the enemies of Donald Trump use to denigrate his proposals for restoring a balance to American trade policies. Only it's not "trade war" but trade brinkmanship, which, as it was first used to define JFK's strategy against the USSR in his years in the White House, were intended to prevent a war, not execute one ... Read More

Dirty Cops, Dirty Prosecutors and now, Dirty Judges

I'm not here to talk about the facts inferred in the title, but our incessant impatience that it all hasn't been laid bare for us so far. There are several reasons, some fact-based, matching hard evidence to hard law to hard rules of criminal procedure, this latter only a few insiders such as Andy McCarthy ... Read More

Comedians Grooming Their Followers: Defining Deviancy As Jokes

I've written many times about the sickness that is the final nail in the coffin of America. Pedophilia if given a foothold in our great nation will be the end of her. We succumbed to the normalcy of killing our children, to give in to pedophilia will be the moral destruction of a great nation ... Read More

The Two Faces of the Deep State and “the People”

So when they say "the FBI, or DOJ or CIA said this, or did that" - your first thought should be, "Which one?" Especially if it's the media telling you these things. Also, never forget that is has been this way since at least JFK. In 1998, a man asked me to help write a book directed at the ... Read More

Diggstown, a Cult Classic from James Wood

I first saw "Diggstown" in a theater, which means I saw it in 1992 after returning from the recently-collapsed USSR. In Cincinnati. I immediately tagged it as classic, passed it onto my sons, more avid movie-goers who concurred. But I didn't go to see James Wood. I had always loved Bruce Dern (the heavy in ... Read More

Everyone is Smart Except Trump by Dov Fisher, American Spectator

(I have long been a follower of Bob Tyrell, (R Emmett Tyrell, Jr) founder and editor of American Spectator. His coach at Indiana U recruited my son to swim for IU (went to Miami U instead) but Doc Counsilman and I spent a wonderful evening talking  about "that" swim team with Mark Spitz, and Bobby ... Read More

By an Angel’s Kiss, Ensign Sarah Mitchell, 23, Navy-Red Sea

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony Ensign Sarah Mitchell, USN, 23, of Oakford, PA died July 7, 2018 aboard the guided missile cruiser, USS Jason Dunham, in the Red Sea, during a training exercise. She was a 2017 graduate of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets ... Read More

Russia, Russia, Russia Or How I Came To Love The Bomb

By bomb, I mean Donald J Trump 45th President Of The United States. You see, my friends, Trump exposed what we'd all felt for so very long. Something was wrong with these United States of America. The people making the laws and enforcing the laws were not held to the laws. Our so called intelligence ... Read More

USA in 2017: Best at Reducing CO2 Emissions: EU Nearly Worst Polluter

Food for thought: Perhaps getting yourself all worked up over every week's media-approved CRISIS TO END ALL CRISES blue-plate special is sometimes premature. And sometimes it leaves you just flat-out believing things that are untrue, and laying blame upon those who deserve no such blame. So how about this one a few months back: Trump, ... Read More

By an Angel’s Kiss, Cpl Joseph Maciel, 20, (Afghanistan Green on Blue)

By an Angel’s Kiss, Cpl Joseph Maciel Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony Cpl Joseph Maciel, 20, of South Gate, CA, was killed July 7, 2018 in Uruzgom Province, Afghanistan as a result of gunfire from friendly Afghan Forces He was assigned to 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry ... Read More