Thursday, June 22, 2017


Bad news always comes in threes... or fours... or fives.   

1. After spending tens of millions of dollars and bringing in the top celebrity guns of the Democratic Party, they lost the Georgia special election Tuesday.  

2. Their own top-dog intelligence guy, Jeh Johnson, testified before Congress Wednesday that they knew the Democrat National Committee was being hacked by the Russians and offered to help, but Hillary and Company told them to buzz off.  

3. A group of independent forensic experts from Georgetown University has concluded that former Clinton and DNC operative Seth Rich was killed not by a random shooter or a robbery gone wrong, but was most likely a "hit," although they did not rule out a serial killer.  Rich was, and still is, rumored to have been ready to expose widespread election fraud designed to help Hillary Clinton.  

4. As a result of gross mishandling of classified material by both Hillary and her staff, they are all on the verge of losing their security clearances.  

5. The State of Illinois, run by Democrats forever and ever, is now in dire financial crisis and can't pay more than $16 billion in bills. 

Please pass the popcorn, with extra butter if you will.  

Wednesday, June 21, 2017


Indiana State Police say shots were fired at a truck carrying a “Make America Great Again” flag and an American flag on eastbound I-465 Tuesday the 13th.  Officers believe the shots were fired from a newer white 4-door Chevrolet Malibu with a Louisiana plate around 4 p.m. The victim and a witness informed police that the Malibu pulled up next to the pickup truck, a passenger held a handgun out of the window and then a male fired several shots.  

Then there was the shooting of participants in the Republican baseball practice, followed by a whole bunch of bad guys saying it was too bad more Republicans weren't shot.   

You've got Kathy Griffin, Bill Maher, Michael Moore, the left wing Democrats and just about every media outlet in the country egging this stuff on.  

And we're not doing anything about it?  Don't you think that the fact we're not raising holy hell over this bullshit means that we're complicit in the blame?  

Tuesday, June 20, 2017


That question has been nagging at me for weeks now.  The original stories say that the "Justice Department named..." and when we drill down into that, we come up with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as the chief culprit.

Rosenstein claims to be a Republican.  So, why would he name Robert Mueller as the Special Prosecutor in the Trump-Russian investigation, when he knew of the relationship between Comey and Mueller?  And why would he allow Mueller to expand the scope of the investigation to include obstruction of justice against Trump as well as business dealings of Jared Kushner?  Furthermore, why would he tolerate Mueller's naming of top Democratic investigators to the team, including one who worked for the Clintons?  Even if all that was legitimate, the appearances don't look too good. 


Is it coincidental that Rosenstein served as U.S. District Attorney for the State of Maryland or that he was a nominee to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, the second most liberal court in all the land?  Is it a coincidence that he was Counsel to Deputy Attorney General Philip B. Heymann and Special Assistant to Criminal Division Assistant Attorney General Jo Ann Harris during the Clinton Administration?  Is it a coincidence that Rosenstein was the chief engineer behind the firing of James Comey and that Trump is now being investigated for obstruction of justice over the same exact firing?  

Is it?  

Somehow, this whole shenanigan smells an awful lot like a dead whale.  

Monday, June 19, 2017


I've been rather vocal about the press and the media and their fake news, and I am definitely not alone.  They all have a duty to tell us the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.  

They fail, miserably. 

What needs to happen is that the folks who get maliciously castigated by their rabid word need to start some lawsuits for spreading slander and defamatory stories.  They need to start paying out of their pockets for their un-American trash. 

Take a look at this and you'll see what I'm talking about:  


Friday, June 16, 2017


The NEW YORK TIMES is famous for publishing fake news supposedly supported by "unnamed sources."  Immediately after the shooting of Congressional Republicans in Virginia, the TIMES went to work on an editorial blaming Sarah Palin for the shooting of Gabby Giffords in 2011.  The Times‘ editorial, “America’s Lethal Politics,” was scheduled to appear in the print edition of Thursday’s newspaper and  argues that political violence will continue unless President Donald Trump and the Republicans stop opposing gun control.  

Prior to the elections and before the shooting, Sarah Palin’s political action committee circulated a map of targeted electoral districts that put Ms. Giffords and 19 other Democrats under cross hairs for removal from office.  Palin’s map was virtually identical to those used by Democrats for years, depicting targets atop contested congressional districts.  But, after the shooting, the Democrats blamed Palin for inciting that shooting by providing a "targeting map."  It was a slander imputing responsibility to her for the deaths of innocents, with the sole purpose of punishing her for her beliefs. 

Although all theories imputing blame to Palin were solidly refuted at the time, the TIMES has seen fit to bring the false accusations up again in an effort to deflect claims by me and by others that the vitriol of the Democratic Party and left-wing press and media probably pushed James Hodgkinson over the edge and caused him to act on his beliefs.  

Palin, to her credit, is now considering suing the TIMES for libel and slander. 

Thursday, June 15, 2017


The responsibility for the horrible shooting spree on an Alexandria, Virginia ball field yesterday can be laid squarely at the feet of the Democratic Party.

Yes, you had a nutcase who didn't like the Republicans, who was a Bernie Sanders supporter and who didn't like Trump.  But, you also have had a vitriolic, nasty and angry Democratic Party and associated left-wing media that has been pumping up hatred against Republicans and Trump ever since the November elections... with animus growing by leaps and bounds every day.  

They are directly responsible for fomenting the anger that resulted in James Hodgkinson grabbing his guns and driving 800 miles to open fire.  

This nasty, irresponsible vituperation horseshit has got to stop before someone else opens fire.  

Wednesday, June 14, 2017


Buried in a huge backlash over his assertion that American leadership was better under Obama than it is under Trump, McCain told THE DAILY CALLER that he never said such a thing.  Once presented with the evidence of what he had said, he replied that he was only joking when he said it.  

Yesterday, I called him a jerk.  Today, I'll call him a Democrat, because that's how they all play the "game."   Never trust a man who refuses to stand by what he says.  

Tuesday, June 13, 2017


Aren't we glad this jerk didn't win in 2008?  

Every time he opens his mouth these days, he proves over and over again that he coiuld have been a worse president than Obama.  

Monday, June 12, 2017


You hear these stories... Priebus is gone, Spicer is on his way out, Bannon's in trouble... There is a tremendous lack of communication among staff and between them and Trump, and so forth.  Then, you see evidence of problems, such as one spokesperson saying Trump wants to do this or that and then seeing Trump do the opposite.  Or, you see Trump come out with an announcement leaving everyone out in left field, like the nomination of Wray to the F.B.I. Directorship when no one in the White House had the slightest clue as to what was coming.   

It's kind of like watching an engine start to sputter,, then wobble back and forth until, eventually, a piston breaks and a rod comes barreling out of the side of the engine block.  

Could it be that Trump is not allowing his key people to stretch their wings?  Are they becoming frustrated that the Trump machine has not coalesced?  Are the wheels about to come off?  

Trump, of all people, should know by now that no man can succeed in management of anything worth managing by trying to control every aspect of the project.  Good managers hire strong leaders and let them work together to reach the common goal; the only thing the top dog does is keep them working together, give occasional direction and encouragement,and make only the major decisions.  Otherwise, the micro-management of the good people is going to end in a big blowup.  

Is that where Trump is heading?  That would certainly please his detractors to no end and eat up a lot of his capital with his supporters.  

Should that happen, he'll have nobody to blame but himself.  

Friday, June 09, 2017


Comey proved beyond any reasonable doubt that he is a self-serving contriver who likes to leak.  He's definitely not a straight shooter and he has tainted the entire Federal Bureau of Investigation with the stench of distrust and unreliability.  

He's no better than Kathy Griffin and he has nobody to blame but himself.