Tag Archives: open thread

The Harris Administration (with Joe Biden, maybe)

We’ve been saying for months that whoever ends up as Biden’s vice presidential candidate will be the actual presidential candidate. Whether it’s already a done deal or not, it’s obvious that Biden will not serve even one term if he and Harris end up getting enough voters to buy their Trojan Horse named Joe Biden.

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Nineteen Years After: Never Forget 9/11/01

Nineteen years ago today, our country was attacked by vicious terrorists who murdered in the name of their religion of alleged peace. Radical Islam has claimed far too many lives over far too many years.

Let us never forget the 2983 individuals who were killed by Muslim terrorists on September 11, 2001.

Two thousand, nine hundred and eighty-three souls.

Two thousand, nine hundred and eighty-three people murdered in cold blood by Muslim terrorists intent on jihad.

Never forget our dead. Never, ever.

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Puppet and Panderer

Ok. I’ve had it with Democrat politicians and the media hiding facts from the public so they can pursue a false narrative. Their blatant lies divide our nation along racial lines and they don’t care because their goal is to defeat President Trump by any means necessary.

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Saul Alinsky Says: Fight Back

In a letter to the editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a reader argued that U.S. Representative Ann Wagner’s votes align 95% of the time with President Donald Trump’s policies, despite that women have accused him of alleged “sexual assault.”

The headline placed above this letter by the notoriously progressive leftist newspaper editors sums up the letter thusly:

You can’t vote for Trump and be against sexual abuse

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Why Does Joe Need Nannies?


If Joe Biden is “elected,” will Jill Biden be Nanny in Chief? Or will that job fall to another woman while Jill acts as First Nanny?

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Revisiting the Passport Breach

It’s reported that an Inforwars reporter by the name of Millie Weaver has been arrested, allegedly because an Ohio grand jury referred her and her significant other on a burglary charge, about which the reporter herself seems to know nothing.

What’s of interest to this blog is that the reporter was on the verge of releasing a documentary about the Deep State “Shadow Government.”

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Corvid-19

Counting crows. Or, I should say, corvids.

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A Timely Reminder

Cleaning clutter, whiling away dreary locked-down hours, I ran across a little book, stored away among the effects of a small but mighty man, a legendary figure in our family, who fled to the U.S. as a political refugee during the early 1920s. His copy of the book, What Every Citizen Should Know, was printed in 1940, at the beginning of WWII, apparently a gift from a friend in the American Legion. I was particularly struck by the following two pages from the book.

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A Little Bird Tweets …

There has to be more to this story than meets the eye. Spidey senses tingle, but why remains to be seen. Twitter was allegedly “hacked” and the accounts of politicians, celebrities, philanthropists, and tech moguls, among others, were hijacked in an apparent cryptocurrency scam.

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Institutional Racism

This is exactly what institutional racism looks like.

The City of Seattle held a racially segregated employee training session aimed at White staffers and instructing them on “undoing your own whiteness” in order to be held accountable by people of color, according to documents obtained by a public records request.

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