Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Rulez For Projectorz

It's what they do and who they are, straight out of that Saul Alinsky playbook.  All they have is their hatred and volume.  Well, those things and the name-calling, which has long since lost any sting.

Melanie Phillips on real fascism-

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Doug Mainwaring on the Vast Hidden Evil

This is the evil that the Left embraces, and not the least bit trivial.  The civil war has already long started, the cold war portion.  And the opposition thought they'd sewn it all up.  So the reactions we're seeing from the likes of Shia Labeuf, Ashley Judd, Meryl Streep, ad nauseum, represent just the hysteria of their feelz.  The actual mechanism is greater and worse.  Obama was to be their prophet, and Hillary following as their cudgel.

"This was the first time a United States president referred to a man as a she and her and nobody laughed. Nobody in the press room dared laugh. The gathered erudite, the urbane, the sophisticated sat silent."


"The man, Barack Hussein Obama, favored allowing children to die. Alone. On a cold metal tray. In a closet. Where no whimper might be heard. Yet we elected him president. His race provided cover for evil to ascend."

I got to the part where he said, "That was the moment I, as a the father of biracial children, then living as a gay man..." and began skeptically reading the remainder of the article.  But, all the rest was spot on.  So, I went back and clicked the "gay man" link.

"Once I began thinking, reasoning, and examining my life, an extraordinary thing happened: I couldn’t stop."

If you don't read anything else this week, read this, including especially the "gay man" link.

American Thinker

Right & wrong, good & evil.  Darn right it's a war.

Friday, January 20, 2017

HazMat to the Offal Office

Probably have to rip out and burn the carpet.  Good thing, I suppose, the new resident is a man with vast hotel experience.

And to all the disrupters-

Thursday, January 19, 2017

The Blueprint

"...which they've been following for decades."  Echoes my sentiment that none of this, that has happened or that is happening, is any kind of coinky-dink.

From a comment at WRSA, Mike Adams, the health ranger.  I just plain fucking loved this video.

Control is everything to them, because they can't win in the marketplace of ideas.  In every case, their ultimate argument is, "shut up!"  From the same gang that, as the narrator says, is just simply wrong about everything.

I'm gonna hang out over at Forward Observer, with my popcorn.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Harsh But True

Government insurance and healthcare will never be as cheap or valuable as a genuine free market system for one reason: It's the math, Stupid.

Market Ticker - Why We're Doomed

Mr. Denninger uses birth control as an example: "(T)he fact remains that they work and are the choice of birth control that millions of women make.  By doing so under the "current system" those millions of women are getting screwed out of billions of dollars and forcibly screwing everyone else at the same time."(emphasis in original)

That's what birth-control is supposed to facilitate: screwing and getting screwed.  But, the good news should be that America actually has laws currently in place that thwart that screwing in the healthcare industry, the same as in other industry.

"Roughly one dollar in five spent today in the United States goes toward health care.  This is double what other developed, industrial nations spend and virtually all of them have socialist health care systems. Capitalism always beats socialism because capitalism adds the motive to undercut your competitor(s) on price along with developing new means of efficiency that lower your cost, allowing you to earn the same margin while charging less money.  It is this motivation that has led to $200 TVs that weight 25% as much, use a fifth of the energy and have four times the resolution of a TV set 20 years ago that cost $800.  It is this motivation that has led to the development of $35 computers the size of a pack of cigarettes that are 200 times faster and have more than 1,000 times the memory of a $2,500 computer sold in the 1980s.  It is this motivation that has led to the development of $50 cellphones you can hold in your hand, have a $30/month "all you can talk" bill and run a week on a charge with 30 minutes of talking a day.  The same capability used to require a device the size of a small briefcase that cost $1,000, it weighed 20 pounds, had a battery that was good for an hour of talk time and cost $2/minute to send or receive a call."

And the reason the FedGuv does NOT enforce 15USCode to shut down these monopolies is that by allowing (and colluding with) them, the state-apparatus magnify and solidify their power, which is what government "healthcare" is, and has ever been, all about, anyway.  And this is, once again, why the rule of law is dead in America.

Will the Trump administration stem the tide?  He or his healthcare advisor (or better yet, the Justice Department) need only read this and act accordingly.  Of course, just like the potential for prosecuting Hillary, the ClintonCrimeFam, and the pedophile-Podesta-conglomerate, those cancerous tentacles of BigGuv power are so deeply insinuated, the cancer itself will certainly react with much violence.

I'm not holding my breath.

Please read the whole thing.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

The Individual & The Collective

Nihilism versus Totalitarianism, according to Dr. Jordan Peterson.



Thursday, January 12, 2017

Recently Culled From the Twitterverse

Wondering what the lasting O'Bummer legacy will be?  Consider #fakenews + #fakehistory + #fakeclimatescience + #fakeracialhealing + #faketransparency + #fakewarmongering + #fakeacademia + #fakeemigration + #faketolerance + #fakeminoritystatus + #fakegenderindentity + #fakeintelligencecommunity + #fakerapeculture + #fakebanksterregulation + #fakesolyndra + #fakevideobenghaziblame + #fakequantitativeeasing + #fakefakersoffaking = one #fakepresident

Look, I know you forgot my birthday and neglected me on your Christmas gift list.  You could buy me a Dragunov and we'll call it even.  Or, act fast and give it as a celebration of the 236th anniversary of the Battle of Cowpens!

During my recent incarceration in the WakeyMed whorespittle, prior to the big dig, they asked me if I knew just what my procedure was to entail.  I said, "Sure, you're going in to retrieve that missing thumb-drive with even more emails implicating the ClintonCrimeFamily."

Meanwhile, just down the hall...

More tweety-face beyond-

Monday, January 9, 2017

George Webb & Herschel's Dictum

As Herschel wrote in a comment over at WRSA recently, the mass of organized corruption and perversions (#PizzaGate, the deep state, compromised generals, judges, and politicians, and those cancerous tentacles of TCF) are an iceberg, such that the bulk of the thing is still way below the surface, unseen, and too big to effectively measure.  I'm a fan of Herschel's (and David Seaman's & George Webb's) continued drilling and placement of high explosives into that iceberg, and think we should all be encouraging and supporting their efforts.

Herschel: "In the first video I link, George clearly says that he is receiving FBI help.  I had suspected so from the outset.  This lends credence to the idea that there are some patriots left inside the U.S. government, and that there is a war going on within the intelligence community."

Either we're going to blow their iceberg to pieces, or they're going to blow up ours (civilization).

Reposting both of those videos, just because...

Herschel’s dictum: “There aren’t too many human interaction problems that can’t be fixed with a .45 ACP 230-grain fat-boy.”


The Captain's Journal, part of your everyday reading, ya?

Tom Price, HHS, and AAPS

Until we have zero government, I'll be very much in favor of any part thereof seeking to limit itself.  The worst part of the current regime is its infection of everyone's personal affairs through the "healthcare" industry.  Anyone willing to grab the reins and holler "whoa, now" is better than the status quo.

Potentially very encouraging news (via NeedToKnow) if you're sick (pardon the pun) of mandated vaccinations.  Tom Price, Trump's pick for secretary of HHS, according to Natural News, "has some doubts about vaccine safety himself, and righteously so."

Y'all should have heard some of the righteous indignation from many of those nurses charged with my care during the recent 15-night whore-spittle stay, when I rejected things like the flu shot!  And high blood-pressure medication.

The linked article references Association of American Physicians & Surgeons, linking also to this encouraging article: Trump, the Media, and Obamacare.

The article asks "why should vaccines be any different?"  Well, the difference I keep coming back to is that vaccines are made by pharmaceutical companies whose stock is often owned by those same "healthcare professionals" who are prescribing and advocating those vaccines.  Am I the only one who sees that as a conflict of interest?

Am I the only one who rues the knee-jerk reaction to generalize every patient's treatment into a witches' brew of medications?  Or the pass-the-buck mentality of maybe 80% of the current healthcare industry?

I don't think so.  I may insist on AAPS membership as a requirement for anyone doctoring on me in the future.

AAPS homepage.

Friday, January 6, 2017

Sharing, Subscribing, & Liking

Jeff Rense interview video with Matt Bracken:

"...a reincarnation of Reagan with Jefferson's brain couldn't fix this train-wreck."

The fragile electrical grid goes down, and two weeks later: cannibalism.

And I believe that this is when FEMA comes out of the shadows with "help", offering to feed everyone who will just turn in their firearms.  Isn't that how the US federal government disarmed and subdued the native Americans?

Thursday, January 5, 2017

How Bad Do You Want It?

We watched the movie Greater a few nights ago, and would like to heartily recommend it.  Although some elements are a bit more sentimental than necessary, it beautifully depicts the wholesome story of how a young man, through faith and determination, exceeds all expected limitations.

Indiewire says he was "taken from this world far too soon" (which is certainly true) but "just before he was about to make a difference."  I bet you would be hard pressed to find anyone who knew him who might suggest he was yet to make a difference.  In their lives, at least.

And the lesson transcends football.  No social programs, no 5-star credentials, and no "crip" courses necessary.  Just equal measures of faith and determination.  The kind of man, and the kind of film, that'll make you want to be a better person.