Category Archives: Radical Groups

Thoughts in the New Year

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I don’t know about you, but I’m hoping for a lot of change in the “popular culture” over the next few years. Hoping, but not convinced that it will happen–the phonies and hypocrites among us are too fond of their special snowflake identities.

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Our Flag: Long May She Wave

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President-elect Donald J. Trump has made fools of the mainstream media once again, with his tweet about flag burners–how, in his opinion, they ought to receive some sort of punishment. Typically, the media, and the left, went berserk.

He’s so dumb! He doesn’t know it’s unconstitutional to ban flag burning! He’s a threat to our constitutional rights! A potential dictator! He doesn’t know flag burning was ruled protected speech by the Supreme Court!

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Post-election Musings

safetypin03-copyRandom thoughts about the monumental, glorious election of November 8, 2016:

Tremendous, YUGE actually, sense of relief about the results. No matter what a President Donald J. Trump does, he’s not Hillary Clinton. The “fundamental transformation of America” grinds to a halt–like a golem bashing itself mindlessly against a solid WALL of opposition.

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Which Game is Rigged?

It’s only Trump who’s not allowed to state the obvious: The game is rigged.

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Some Questions for Chris Wallace to Ask Hillary Clinton at the Debate

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At Wednesday’s debate, I’d like Chris Wallace, the chosen moderator, to ask Hillary Clinton at least some of these questions:

Will you swear that if you become president of the United States, John Podesta will have no role whatsoever in your administration, nor will you communicate with him either directly or indirectly?
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Creepy Clown Panic. Which Are Scarier and More Threatening?

clown-copyThe latest thing this autumn is a rash of “creepy clowns” showing up in various locations across the USA. (No, I’m not talking about the Democrat candidates for office.)

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Short and Not Sweet

riotandarson-copy-1Short and not so sweet. So simple even a simpleton can understand:

A vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote for more of the above.

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