Wednesday, February 28, 2018


A.K. Hassan, a refugee from Somalia?


Somali refuge takesn oath of office
A.K. Hassan, a refugee from Somalia who arrived in Minneapolis in 2008, worked as a “community organizer,” and has now positioned himself within the American political system.

Hassan was elected to the District 3 seat on the Minneapolis Park Board in the November 2016 elections, and took his oath of office on January 2 – with his left hand placed firmly over the Koran. (Scroll down to see video.)

After he took his oath, promising to uphold the Constitution of the United States, Hassan then opened his Koran and declared, “In the name of the Allah….” and said “Allah has honored me… so be careful to serve all the needs of all the creation of Allah.” [FULL]

Ive done a fair amount of business in Minnesota over the years. My opinion is summed up this way; "All that's required by way of sealing a contract in Minnesota is a handshake.  Their word is their bond".  Truly. 75% of Minnie's population  are  are German, Norwegian, Swedish and Irish, and with that comes a culture that is ... I don't want to say socialist; how about liberalist/libertarian?  But fair. What the hell, Andrew Zimmern lives there.  Recently, however, the culture seems to have been hijacked by the far left-wing faction of the Democrat party.

e.g. In  2008 Al Franken lost his senate race against  incumbent Norm Coleman. Until several recounts found enough lost Franken votes, at which point a panel of judges said "Stop counting.  Franken wins". Without that victory, Democrats would not have held a 60% senate majority, and none of Obama's signature legislation e.g. Obama Care, would have passed. Dems HAD to have that Senate seat!

.....*site of deleted brain fart.  Move along.  Nothing to see here. ....

What worries me the most is  "Creeping Sharia."

In 2002 A federal court blocked a measure in Oklahoma that would prevent that state's judges from considering Islamic law when making decisions

How can that be?  It cedes to Islam the right to alter the U.S. Constitution.  How can that fkn be! And it's just one example. 

I'm starting to ramble.  You have the helm (bottom line).

See Somalia in the Past

S'plain Lucy

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Three from Metzger

Tuesday, February 27, 2018


Christophobic Leftists

Christophobic Nazism
By Bruce Walker

Totalitarian systems are militantly Christophobic.  The comments to some of my articles on the dangers of materialism or the ignorance of atheism try to prove that religion is as dangerous to goodness as atheism repeat the false "fact" that "Hitler was a Catholic."  This is utterly untrue.  Moreover, all Nazism was viciously Christophobic as well as Judeophobic.

My American Thinker article of November 2007 covers some of the evidence found in old books about the hate all Nazis felt toward Christianity.  My book, Swastika against the Cross: The Nazi War on Christianity, covers many more documentary sources that reveal Nazi persecution of Christianity and Christianity's lonely war against Nazism.  Many writers at the time noted that Christianity was the only force resisting the Nazis in Europe.

Indeed, there were many books about the Nazi persecution of Christianity and hatred of religion published before the Second World War began with titles like The Nazi Persecution of the Catholic Church in the Third Reich and The Nazi Persecution of Christianity and The War against God and Nazism versus Religion.

Hitler before the Nazis came to power described himself to Martin Niemoller as "pagan to the core." Hitler stated, "Antiquity was better than modern times because it did not know Christianity and syphilis."
Hundreds of authors writing before and during the Second World War saw Nazism and Christianity as mortal enemies.  These authors were Christians – both Catholics and Protestants – and Jews and agnostics.  They were on the right and on the left.  They were Frenchmen and Germans and Poles and Americans and Britons.  The convenient rewriting of history that invents out of whole cloth the notion that Christianity and Nazism were in any way linked runs utterly contrary to the historical record of the time.

But were any leading Nazis Christians in any sense of the word?  Emphatically, no.  Consider first Hitler himself.  John Gunther noted as early as 1935 that "Hitler was born and brought up as a Roman Catholic.  But he lost his faith early and attends no religious services of any kind[.] ... On being formed his government almost immediately began a fierce religious war against Catholics, Protestants, and Jews alike."


Albert Einstein, during the war, wrote: "Only the Church stood squarely across the path of Hitler's campaign for suppressing the truth.  I never had any special interest in the Church before, but now I feel a great affection and admiration for it because the Church alone has had the courage and persistence to stand for intellectual and moral freedom."

I could go on, for dozens of pages and hundreds of quotes, but the historical record is quite clear: Nazis hated and feared Christianity as much as any totalitarian regimes in modern history.  Soviets, by the way, hated and feared Jews and Judaism about as much as the Nazis did.  These two great religions have proven indigestible to all great evils.

[Full Brilliance]

Why is this American Thinker piece brilliant?  Because the author has here ripped from my mind those very thoughts on this subject. Nobel Prize for literature is called for. No plagiarism, involved.


Sir, it seems you are absolutely correct.  After careful examination it seems that the 9 questions you got wrong were actually the correct answers.  We have corrected the quiz.  Sorry for the inconvenience and any possible besmirchment.

Official Test People

So much for that, then

Monday, February 26, 2018

Muggers Trumped

FULL DECK (via  Bad Blue)

The End

Ice Man


Victor D Hanson

When Democrats are in charge                                               

Victor D Hanson; (NEW) A Thorough
 Explanation of California's Failing Utopian Vision

"....we have the most billionaires I think there's 72 of all the states but one-third of the nation's welfare recipients live in California ; 22 percent of the state's  population live below the poverty line...

"... and then we ...have this challenge with education especially at K through 12 which were being adjudicated right at the level of Alabama Mississippi Georgia ... not that I'm making fun of those states but they were never in the same cohort as California based on test ...

If Victor D Hanson is not the the best orator/political analyst not named Rush Limbaugh, who is? 

"....we have the most billionaires I think there's 72 of all the states but one-third of the nation's welfare recipients live in California ; 22 percent of the state's  population live below the poverty line...

"... and then we ...have this challenge with education especially at K through 12 which were being adjudicated right at the level of Alabama Mississippi Georgia ... not that I'm making fun of those states but they were never in the same cohort as California based on test ...

A few of the 12000 comments

Its hopeless because the coastal people are rich, morally superior, and live in Disneyland. In twenty years it will be Brazil. Which is short hand for wonderfully diverse!

Victor Davis Hanson is one of the smartest and best thinkers and analysts in America if not the entire world. He's clear, concise, logical and a pragmatic realist. I think he's a national treasure. And he's a farmer to boot. Maybe that's why he's so damned smart, realistic and no BS.

Right winger here, I have to to with the progressives at 22:00. Hanson is wrong. You do not put affordable housing in an affluent area. You earn your money and spend it in an area you can afford. There is no low income housing in Beverly Hills, or Brentwood, etc. The housing is what the market will bear. Otherwise it is a government project which is what has ruined CA in the first place.

I'm from Detroit, and, before you laugh, I'd like to point out that in the late 50's Detroit had the highest per capita income in the US, which means, of course, in the world. It doesn't take forever for such glories to be dissipated by smug ignorance. California should take heed.

The Money for Infrastructures and pension plans is used for illegal immigrants. Some hard choices are coming down the pike. Every states that is run by Democrats and cities as well are in deep trouble. Socialist policies hurt everyone. End the theft now.



Tax System Explained


Last Nightmare

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Don't Worry Dan - Everyone's Forgotten

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Trump's approval rating next week?

What the hell happened to Casca?

Liquor store clerks shoot ...


Liquor store clerks shoot armed robbery suspect, fight over gun

Hint: Go Full Screen

Friday, February 23, 2018

Playing tit-for-tat here boss

Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin has been detained for questioning in Los Angeles as a result of a threatening image posted on social media, according to reports.

"The individual we believe responsible for the social media post in question has been detained and our investigation is ongoing," the Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement.

The image on the Instagram account said: "When you're a bully victim & a coward, your options are suicide, or revenge." The image showed a shotgun, ammunition and tagged four accounts, including those belonging to former Miami teammates Richie Incognito and Mike Pouncey. It also included hashtags for Harvard-Westlake, where he went to high school, and the Miami Dolphins.

I really don't see any real hint of a threat in Martin's post, unlike hundreds of "Kill Trump" (or if you're a Baltimore news reader, "Kill Republican President Trump") posts like above that permeate social media.  I suppose some have been addressed, but I don't really know because I don't remember seeing any reports of arrest and incarceration they would demand.  Just sayin'. Click Click


Just walked by the television and hear Baltimore (NBC affiliate WBAL) news wench announce that  "Republican" president Donald Trump attended ..." 

Stilton's u-Caption


Drone Snoopery

            Techno Thrills

Get Used to this ....
ST. LOUIS ( -- Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was indicted Thursday on one felony count of invasion of privacy.

The charge says Greitens knowingly took a photograph of a woman in a "state of full or partial nudity without the knowledge and consent" of that woman. The charge goes on to say the photograph was taken "in a place where a person would have a reasonable expectation of privacy, and the defendant subsequently transmitted the image contained in the photograph in a manner that allowed access to that image via a computer."

Drone Snoop

Prosecutor Gardner is a Democrat who has faced her own share of scrutiny.

Last summer, after Gardner's first six months on the job, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that at least a dozen experienced prosecutors had left her staff. By August, St. Louis radio station KMOX was reporting that staffing issues were having an effect on the resolution of criminal cases.

In January, a St. Louis judge disqualified Gardner's office from prosecuting a police shooting case, the Post-Dispatch reported. The judge ruled that the removal would "avoid an appearance of impropriety" because her office was simultaneously investigating whether the shooting was justified.

In a separate statement, Greitens' lawyers called the charges "baseless and unfounded," in a statement to the Post-Dispatch. They'll reportedly file a motion to dismiss the charges.

Greitens, a Republican, is a decorated former Navy SEAL officer whose received a Bronze Star and Purple Heart, among other awards, according to his service record. He enlisted in the Navy in 2000.

Piece of cake?

Small Things That Please Me             


From time to time I use YouTube for quick recipes.  There seems to be no end of at-home people who've carved out a small income generating home cooking business.  I say that because I note that in the early "shows" the chef's kitchen is often dated, when of a sudden they are working on granite counter tops with new stainless steel appliances in the background. Anyway, Jenny Can Cook is one I subscribed to because she's, well, refreshing. And sensible. And her stuff works for me.  It struck me while watching this cake episode that by golly, if I was looking to produce a television cooking show, I'd hire her.  I mean, she's got it.  Hell, maybe I ought to start doing that myself. 

"The wrong kid died!"

cinema à la carte                                 

When I returned to watching there was/is a plethora of explicit genitalia (both 
persuasions) and drug taking that I had not anticipated.  Just so you know. 

Still funny as hell.
"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story", starring John C. Reilly ... who plays a 14 year old boy that  accidentally cuts his super talented brother in half with a machete (The Wrong Kid Died), learns how to play blues guitar in a single sitting -- in a movie made nearly a decade ago and I never heard of it and it all works (so far; I'm only 30 minutes into it and am blown away enough to tell you ASAP).  Here's a few comments:

One of the funniest movies I've ever seen definitely in my top five

This movie is so good, I have problems convincing people to watch it

You're welcome

The Barn Army bomber is gassed up ...

Added comment: Since Cal is in a state of insurrection  how do we not send in troops?

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.

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