Thursday, February 22, 2018

Nothing new here. Move along.


When Michael A. Bellesiles published in 2000 his "Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture," it was a progressive's prayer answered.  Columbia University awarded him its prestigious Bancroft Prize, and  gun nuts everywhere gushed  like a teen age boy on his first petting experience.  Alas, it was soon proved that Bellesiles had made it up.

FT goes on to say that "there are transcription errors from the original sources and incorrect formulas" in Piketty's spreadsheets. Worse, the paper charges that some of the data was "cherry-picked or constructed without an original source." The latter is a dire accusation if proven accurate.
Columbia revoked its prize, and his employer, Emory University, fired him. A rare thing for a puppet master wannabe.  Not rare that he was found out, but that there was a penalty imposed.  Others, like climate gurus Paul R. Ehrlich and Al Gore, et. al.,  have been proved wrong, and guilty of making stuff up so many times that rational thought can no longer explain why they are still academically alive.

It falls to  understanding that we are actually living in an Orwellian world, where government and allied media "firstly create the problem; then secondly fan the flames  to get a reaction; then thirdly (like Johnny-on-the-spot)  provide  a solution.  The solution is what they wanted to achieve in the first place, but wouldn't have been able to achieve under normal circumstances."  

Does it matter when people discover they've been lied to?  No, because it's now the law, either through farcial legislative process (see Obamacare), or  "stroke of the pen" (Exec. Order) by a "Dear Leader."



Prominent Democrats On Parade

We're watching "Alias Grace" on Netflix and 
this quote (ep 1) is just perfect for the occasion.

Guy "Fawkes" Ellis

Can you spot the Sniper?

Click-Click Saving our nation is a war


Some are claiming the kids are leftist pawns or even "crisis actors" who faked the whole thing.

On Wednesday, a video claiming David Hogg, a Stoneman senior, was an actor "bought and paid by CNN and George Soros" was the number-one trending video on YouTube until the video platform took it down after the media noticed. On Tuesday, the president's eldest son, Donald Jr., was caught liking two tweets that pushed the same BS conspiracy theory about Hogg.

“I’m not a crisis actor,” Hogg told Anderson Cooper on CNN. “I’m someone who had to witness this and live through this and I continue to be having to do that.”

Here are the right wingers who have attacked its student survivors: [FULL]

But Wait:

CNN’s Rehearsed Students at Stoneman High

Who is David Hogg?

David Hogg was one of the main speakers for the anti-gun students after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The building that was hit by crazed gunman Nikolas Cruz was the Freshman building. Mr. Hogg reported on Twitter that he will graduate in 2018. Hogg, a senior, claims he hid in the Freshman building and lost some of his friends.

He is promoting the so-called grassroots March of Our Lives with another student Emma Gonzalez. Both will snub an invitation to meet the President to appear on CNN with Jake Tapper Wednesday for a town hall.

Adding to Hogg’s lack of credibility is a clip showing he was rehearsed by CNN and was following a script.

Then There Is the Liberal, Well-Rehearsed Cameron Kasky  ... [FULL]

Thomas Jefferson (not so famously) said :

“I am increasingly persuaded that the earth belongs exclusively to the living and that one generation has no more right to bind another to it's laws and judgments than one independent nation has the right to command another.”

But, that's not what's going on in the United States today.  The leftists who have seized control of our media, and education are not preaching one independent nation. Quite the contrary, they are a collection of elitists, some dedicated communists; others who are their useful idiots, who  want anything but an independent nation.  Trump's lawful government is absolutely the last opportunity we... noYOU.. have to maintain that independence.


 If there's a way of doing that without bloodshed, fine.  I just can't see how that can happen.

UPDATE: Back to Videos

Possibly the best Planned Parenthood Comeuppance EVER

As An Aside

Two things we can all agree on

Comment du jour

Stilton's Wisdom


Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Today's Video Catharsis

cinema à la carte                                 

I Hate California: San Francisco

Suzi Barret, a woman of few words, sums things up nicely
(albeit not in a safe for work way)


Say it ain 't so Joe!


Millions of Dead And Illegal Voters 

Discovered In Key Swing State

Clap Clap Clap

Res Ipsa Loquitur


According to a civil complaint filed last week on February 14, Frank K. Dickman Jr. of Albuquerque, New Mexico, is suing Microsoft because of a botched forced Windows 10 upgrade.

"I own a ASUS 54L laptop computer which has an OEM license for Windows Version 7," Dickman's claim reads. "The computer was upgraded to Windows Version 10 and became non-functional immediately. The upgrade deleted the cached, or backup, version of Windows 7."

Dickman says that the laptop's original OEM vendor is "untrustworthy," hence, he cannot obtain a legitimate copy of Windows 7 to downgrade his laptop.

Attempts to obtain a new Windows 7 version from Microsoft have failed, per the plaintiff's claim.

"Microsoft Corporation refuses to replace their licensed Operating system for this laptop and requires that the computer vendor replace it," the lawsuit reads.

Dickman wants Microsoft to provide a "the OEM version of its [Windows 7] operating system" for download via its official website so he can download and install it on his bricked laptop.

The angry plaintiff wants a judge to force Microsoft to comply with his request in 30 days or pay up $600 million in damages— albeit the judge may interpret the damages as $6 billion due to a redaction error, as the complaint reads "$6,000,000,000.00 (six hundred million dollars)."

Past legal woes surrounding Microsoft forced upgrades

Dickman's legal endeavor may fall flat on its face, but he's not the only one suing the company. In March 2017, several users filed a lawsuit —seeking class-action status— against Microsoft, also soliciting monetary damages after suffering botched Windows7-to-Windows10 forced upgrades that left many unable to use their computers.

Microsoft's questionable forced Windows 10 upgrade practice has also gotten the company in trouble with German authorities, but the company avoided any penalties after it reached an agreement to stop forced upgrades, at least in Germany.

Poll:  The collective support among Microsoft customers for Dickman's effort is
  1. 100%
  2. 99%
  3. 97%

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

tap tap tap

If Lamb wins, then every Democrat running in a swing district across the country will try to adapt the Lamb strategy: Avoid the press; take no strong stands on any issue; and just focus on saying over and over again that, as a candidate, you support new leadership on both sides of the aisle.
If Lamb loses, it's back to the #Resistance.

Calling Hollywood

QUICK: Carol Moseley Braun or Elizabeth Warren?

The $69 question Senator Warren choosesto ignore

The issue could have been buried a long time ago if Warren had been more transparent and honest. Lowell Sun | Page A07


The Lowell Mass Sun Wonders ...
For just $69, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren could settle the question of her ancestry once and for all.
That is the sale price (regularly $99) that Ancestry DNA is charging for searching your family genealogy.
Millions of Americans have done it, either through Ancestry, 23andMe or some other ancestry research organization.
Better still, she could walk down the street in Cambridge and consult with fellow Harvard educator Henry Louis Gates Jr., who hosts the popular and fascinating PBS television program “Finding Your Roots.”
The Gates program traces genetic code and bloodlines that confirm or debunks long held beliefs about ancestry.
Either way it could determine claims by Sen. Elizabeth Warren that she has Native American roots, was descended from Cherokee Indians, and was not your typical white person, as Barack Obama would say.
This claim gave the blonde, blue-eyed Oklahoma native minority status. She listed herself as a minority in the legal directory of the Association of American Law Schools from 1986 to 1995. She was also listed as Native American in federal forms filed by Pennsylvania and Harvard law schools, where she was hired.
So, despite her denials, Warren benefited in the hiring process at these institutions which at the time were seeking minorities to add to their staffs.
Most likely, though, an intelligent person like Warren has already taken the DNA test, especially after her unsubstantiated claim became a campaign issue for the U.S. Senate in 2012 when she defeated incumbent Republican Scott Brown.
Rather than documenting Cherokee Indian roots, the DNA test just might have found that Warren was just another typical white person of Irish, English, or Scottish ancestry.
The issue could have been buried a long time ago if Warren had been more transparent and honest.
Instead she is trying to have it both ways by splitting hairs. In an ingratiating speech last week before the National Conference of American Indians, Warren attacked President Donald Trump for calling her “ Pocahontas.”
She then gave the audience a history lesson about Pocahontas, as though American Indians need to be told who Pocahontas was. While still clinging to her unsubstantiated Cherokee roots (“My mother’s family was part Native American”) Warren added that she could not prove it even if it is true.
“You won’t find my family members on any rolls, and I am not enrolled in a tribe. And I want to make something clear. I respect that distinction. I understand that tribal membership is determined by tribes — and only by tribes. I never used my family tree to get a break or get ahead. I never used it to advance my career,” she said.
In other words, although she is part Native American through her mother, she will not join any tribe. The reason she will not is that they will not accept her.
This is like me saying that my ancestors came over on the Mayflower. That’s what my mother told me. I can’t prove it, and I do not look English, but what the hell, it’s what I was told and what I believe.
And if she didn’t use her family tree to get ahead, why then did she list it in the legal directory that was used for hiring purposes? And why did she allow the two universities to list her as a Native American on federal hiring forms?
Lowell Sun | Page A07 continue


Today's Comeuppance for a Millennial Snot

Lindsey Vonn Schmucklet

Before it's tossed into a Millennial's bonfire

Today's Swoon

Tell me it ain't so Al !

What's a good number? How about 96?

Screen Capped 10 minutes ago

It's all over America

Monday, February 19, 2018

Stab Me In the Liver 2

Cashier Refuses Customer's Money For Shocking Reason (Photo)



Swiss Sheesh!



Are you Shtng Me?
That's like saying you must ehthanize cockroaches before killing them.  Really.


Why Are Suspected Terrorists Allowed to Buy Guns?

Maybe because they are 'Suspected?'

Something of use?

Sample Comments

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Next? (There are so many)


Billy Jack Haynes, a self-confessed former drug runner, has made a series of astonishing confessions in the past week, claiming that he was paid by Bill Clinton to kill David Kennedy, as well as providing “muscle” for the Clintons during Arkansas drug drops in the 1980s.


Guided by his conscience, Haynes approached Linda Ives, the mother of Kevin Ives, one of the boys killed in Arkansas in 1987 in the infamous “boys on the tracks” unsolved murder, and confessed to her the part he played in her son’s death.

On August 23, 1987 Kevin Ives, 17, and his friend Don Henry, 16, were murdered in Alexander, Arkansas and their bodies were then placed on railroad tracks to be run over by a train. The murders of the two boys were until now unsolved.

Confessing in the video that he also operated as a drug trafficker and “hired enforcer” during his pro-wrestling career, Haynes says:

“In the late 1970s and early 1980s I stood 6 foot three and weighed between 260 and 300 pounds. I was very visually intimating. I’m not proud to say that in the 1980s I transported large quantities of cocaine in the United States of America.

“I bought cocaine from the largest drug trafficker in the United States, Barry Seal, out of Baton Rouge, Lousiana.”


See Train Death Central

Two days after the Clintons are dead, and they will be one day, the news will be full of accounts by journalists and insiders who knew all along about these, and other murders arranged by them. Spit

Who Said?


Teacher decides to let students out early if they can name some quote origins.

Teacher: "Who said 'Four Score and Seven Years Ago'?"

Before Johnny can open his mouth, Susie says, "Abraham Lincoln."

"That's right Susie, you can go home."

Teacher: "Who said 'I Have a Dream'?"

Before Johnny can open his mouth, Mary says, "Martin Luther King."

"That's right Mary, you can go."

Teacher: "Who said 'Ask not, what your country can do for you'?"

Before Johnny can open his mouth, Nancy says, "John F. Kennedy."

"That's right Nancy, you may also leave."

The teacher turns her back, Johnny yells in frustration, "I wish those dumb bitches would keep their f*%$#@ mouths shut!"

The teacher turns around and she is livid and yells: "NOW WHO SAID THAT?!"

Johnny replies: "Harvey Weinstein. I'll see you tomorrow?"

Touch Football?

Scoop: Skirmish in Beijing

over the nuclear football

On Thursday Nov. 9, when President Trump and his team visited Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Chief of Staff John Kelly and a U.S. Secret Service agent skirmished with Chinese security officials over the nuclear football.
I've spoken to five sources familiar with the events. Here's what happened, as they describe it:
  • When the U.S. military aide carrying the nuclear football entered the Great Hall, Chinese security officials blocked his entry. (The official who carries the nuclear football is supposed to stay close to the president at all times, along with a doctor.)
  • A U.S. official hurried into the adjoining room and told Kelly what was happening. Kelly rushed over and told the U.S. officials to keep walking — "We're moving in," he said — and the Americans all started moving.
  • Then there was a commotion. A Chinese security official grabbed Kelly, and Kelly shoved the man’s hand off of his body. Then a U.S. Secret Service agent grabbed the Chinese security official and tackled him to the ground.

Skoonj has a lot of good stuff that will appear here.