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Britain’s Got Terror Talent

September 8, 2014

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Many of you have heard of the 82 year old woman, beloved in her community, whose head was hacked off in a London suburb, by a crazed Machete wielding assailant.  But the details of the story that are emerging, no thanks to Scotland Yard, are causing me to do a double take on a number […]

Laws and Politicians are made to be broken

March 28, 2014

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Living in the Tarnished State is a gift that just keeps giving.  A most amazing, but not terribly surprising event was reported in varying degrees of detail over the last 24 hours,  about a California Democrat State Senator – a major gun-control advocate.  The Los Angeles Times summarizes the headline: State Sen. Leland Yee (D-San […]

Don’t Forget About Sarah

March 9, 2014

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We are now in the process of evaluating this year’s CPAC, and that’s something I intend to properly address in a day or two, but meanwhile, I was doing a little housekeeping, cleaning out old emails and email drafts and found one about a person that has been enormously influential, but of whom, very little […]

Black Gun History Month and the NRA

March 5, 2014

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No matter what the subject matter or news item, mass media in America has a set pattern, pre-cut, of how Blacks and other minorities fit into the narrative.  No individual or group that diverges from that established frame is welcome or relevant, as people like Herman Cain, Lt. Col. Allen West and my friend, Anita […]

Today’s Japanese Lesson – BABURU KEIZAI

February 9, 2014

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There’s another story behind the glitter of our mass media economic reporting.   The Japanese have ‘been there, done that’. I thought the title, ‘Baburu Keizai’ might be intriguing enough to get you to read the post to find out the meaning.  You probably already suspect that it is a  Japanese phrase.  Well, this phrase, and […]

By the Waters of Babble-on – and on and on and on.

February 7, 2014

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I noticed that Roger Waters, formerly of the iconic rock band Pink Floyd, has been publicly scolding a few fellow celebrities in the field of music and film for not sharing his fanatical anti-Israel political views.  Specifically, Scarlett Johansson drew Waters’ ire for filming some ads for the Israeli beverage maker SodaStream and classic rocker Neil […]

Don’t Fall For These Old Tricks

January 28, 2014

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I’m going to be organizing a social media and phone campaign, designed to complement the efforts of NumbersUSA and the Heritage Foundation’s Sentinel program, in opposing and pushing back against the move in Congress to legalize the status of 15 million Illegal Aliens.  That will be starting next week, by which time we will see […]

Admiral Mullen’s Parapraxis

January 25, 2014

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A soldier returning home from one of our ‘dirty little wars’. I’ve been chewing on that speech that former Admiral Mike Mullen (you know him – one of the main cheerleaders for the repeal of DADT), now retired, gave at a breakfast attended by Gold Star families and members of Concerned Veterans for America, earlier […]

The Democrat Party’s Heart Disease

January 20, 2014

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If you ever thought there was any reality behind the stale script of Democrats being the ‘party of the disadvantaged’ and, as a topping to the sundae –  the party that disdains greed and materialism, I hate to be the one to break it to you.  It’s pure fiction and pretty much always has been.  […]

Obamacare – Corporate Wealth Transfer or the ‘New Capitalism’?

January 17, 2014

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For some time now I’ve been attempting to convey the reality that Corporate America, or otherwise casually referred to as ‘Big Business’, broadly speaking – is not practicing what many of us who consider ourselves conservatives would classify as legitimate capitalism.  Corporatism, Corporatocracy, Corruption, Rent Seeking?, yes.  Classic capitalism? – no.  The obstacle in exposing […]