Welcome to the empty head club

Where sanity has been abolished. So add another firecracker to out roars against Trump. Now he is to blame for wildfires in California. When will it end? When will it ever end?

A leftover talent from yesteryear speaks out adding his voice to the anti-Trump sentiment.
Wild fires equal wild talk.

ET “Neil Young Slams Trump After Losing Home To California Wildfire

Neil Young wants action on climate change after losing his home to wildfires in California.

As fires in the state rage on, claiming homes and lives, the Canadian singer has written a post on his website slamming Donald Trump for denying climate science.

Read here: https://etcanada.com/news/385851/neil-young-slams-trump-after-losing-home-to-california-wildfire/

 

[Cue the soundtrack:]
Listen my children and you shall hear
The moronic hubris and the fears,
Of pompous jerks and talking heads.

You may not comprehend, at first,
All it portends for us;
But eventually you’ll see
All that is descent and good they flee.
©2018

Check with my agent, I’m sure someone can put a few chords to that.

Funny they can visualize that but can’t see the swamp gas kicking us in the ass.

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Tell Me Again….The Way It Goes

Tell me that story again about a county in south Florida, where votes can’t be counted the usual ways. A place that tries our patience on major elections, the way only a child could.

Tell me again, oh wise one, for whom the bell really tolls…. because it never ever tolls for thee. Not in that place, immunized from accountability.

And tell me again, how important it is to count every vote like they are waves on the sea. Tell me again, while they blunder away, how their duties become more important than all the others in the state. Tell me why everything is broken and nothing is ever fixed?

Tell me how this wayward Broward always manages to be the decider in major elections? Do tell me when this election will end? Time will tell, they say, but it never says a peep there. It keeps dragging on and on as if there is no clock or time keeper. Does anyone care?

Tell me again, oh crooked ones, that you are just counting every vote. Funny it never is any other county, just this one making all the stink. You mean the others don’t?

Like sands sifting through the hour glass, these are “the days of our polls.”
We all stand and watch in suspense like drones.

So pardon my disgust at hearing “count every vote”. But how and when they count them never seems to matter. Rules are only for the other guys. Tell me, I’d like to know, how this whole process fits with democracy? Can you give me a hint because I sure don’t know?

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The Phoniest Show On Earth

I toyed with the idea of what to call Congress with Dems taking over the HOR. I figured it had to have a circus theme. Something like the Crazy Socialist Circus.

Crazy Sideshow Congress. It is coming to town.

You have the guy in the rear corner in a tent trying to blow flames from his nostrils. There is the bizarre boardwalk of the absurd where you don’t know what could happen, or what may reach out to grab and pull you in. Evil is lurking all around like a cocoon.

A man on the back of an old wagon pledges at the top of his lungs that he has the cure to all the ills of our time in his tonic, which is just another snake oil. Buy it or die.

Rides with ponies parade around the room, strutting as if they were Quarter Horses in pre-race warmups. The acrobats come out for their big show nodding to one another as they go off on choreographed stunts that appear perfectly timed.

The house crowd cheers every move. And at every call from the tonic man, they raise their hands for more. Seen enough of the sideshow yet? There’s more, there are freaks galore.

Well, they are just warming up. Everyone seems to agree with everyone else that graces the stage, no matter how bad their acts. There is no hook because they won’t allow it. You are not the audience; you are only the objects of their introspection. You don’t matter.

The gypsies dance, too, as the crowd roars out for more. Careful in your seats that you are not vacuumed in by the ecstasy rolling out in front of you. It’s too crazy to be a dream.

The horror show begins midway and the effects are crafted in charts like a magician’s illusions. They waft up the smoke from behind the stage to breathe fear into your soul that the guy outside the door is nuttier than a fruitcake, who wants to sell you off for pennies on the dollar. But what you have to fear surviving is right in front of your eyes.

The show can go on and on in a loop, repeating the same acts by different characters. All playing their roles in circus town USA. “Come one come all…. you have no choice.” They demand all eyes upon them while they try to suck every dime from your pockets.

You must never be the same or look at things the same, again. Changed and tainted forever, and brainwashed into submission. What all happened? I think you’ll know.

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Crazy Town

Well, now that was easy.

It is Now Legal to Defecate and Urinate on Denver Sidewalks! What???

Joe the Plumber

Denver just decriminalized public defecation in order to make life easier for immigrants and the homeless.

After decriminalizing defecating on sidewalks, the Chamber of Commerce will probably rename Denver as the “Mile High Pile City.”

No Board of Health? That’s how diseases spread. Now every time I think of Denver I will see visions of poop and other body fluids on the sidewalk. People are required to dispose of dog poop and Denver is letting humans defecate any where they please.

More: https://joeforamerica.com/2017/12/now-legal-defecate-urinate-denver-sidewalks/

No commentary here could suffice. I’ll settle for WTF?

Oh maybe one….sanctuary shit.

Liberal complaints in 4, 3, 2, 1….Never.

Room with a view and Acosta is in it

No word yet from Babs Streisand if Tuesday was considered a win for her, or if she’ll make good on her promise to flee to Canada.

Though you can pretty much doubt anything they tell you because of the Left’s motivation for saying it in the first place.

It is the same way with media spinoids and liars. Always consider their motives. They hate Trump so much they will do or say practically anything to validate their boiling hatred.

What it is they hate so much, I don’t really know? But leave it to someone like Jim Acosta to make a total spectacle of himself in front of a national audience, as intended.

He was so hyper-obsessed by the use of the word invasion that he nearly collapsed under the sheer emotional strain. So it is the use of a term or word that really bugs him.

The same word that is used in the Constitution. (Art I, II, IV) Bad founders. It is something for our government to be concerned about. Not in Jim Acosta’s book. He’s worried about Russia and its subversive actions yet can dismiss a caravan of thousands, and hordes of people, aimed at overwhelming our border as some peace offering to us.

At what point, how many caravans, how many thousands of people, and how many repeated attempts at crossing the border does it take to get serious about it? But someone calls it an “invasion” and he goes into a frenzy.

Then Acosta also relies on their stock talking point, “we are not an enemy of the people”. How is fake news and CNN not an enemy of the people? They defend an invasion and then discount the whole idea of border security as tyranny.

Who do you want controlling the border, really? Should thugs and hordes of people from Latin America, or wherever, control our border and set immigration policy? Have we turned that power of control over to masses of lawless people outside our country?

Who really controls that border, us or them?

But it is just the word “invasion” that really bothers them and rattles their cage.

Or is illegal invasion now a pre-existing condition we have to protect?

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All Fired Up

Seems like folks are fired up to finish the job. No one can steal that away from us.

Does Pelosi think the people who elected Trump might not vote in this election? Funny.

If the fake news media does not want to be called “the enemy of the people,” then they should stop acting like the enemy of the people.

Sorry, Obama’s economic failures cannot be considered pre-existing conditions.

“The people are coming, the people are coning!”

Everyone should stop appropriating liberal culture because they don’t like it.

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Most Americans Believe Media Is More Divisive

Poll: Majority of Americans Believe Media Is More Divisive than Trump

Western Journal

By Randy DeSoto
November 2, 2018

A new poll found that Americans believe the news media is more to blame for the nation’s current divisive political climate than President Donald Trump.

Sixty-four percent of respondents to the Politico/Morning Consult survey published on Thursday said the media have done more to divide the country, while 17 percent said they have done more to unite it.

By comparison, 56 percent felt Trump was more of a divider, and 30 percent thought he was more of a uniter.

The sentiments of those responding, unsurprisingly, fell along party lines.

The vast majority of Democrats, 88 percent, as well as 54 percent of independents, found Trump divisive. …/

More at https://www.westernjournal.com/poll-majority-americans-believe-media-divisive-trump/

Where were all these ‘Uniter or Divider’ polls under Obama? MIA. Then, both media and Obama were allied in dividing America along any lines they could. 8 long years of it.

Now Trump is the bad guy? He’s to blame for stuff long before he came to office.

Get you some of that media and CNN. Of course, like Obama, they are intentionally doing it. It is a central part of their national political strategy.

How To Be More Politically Correct

Due to all the sensitivities these days, I thought I would do my part.

Well, I finally vowed to start being more politically correct now.

I am going to remind everyone I see that people need to stop the culture appropriation of liberals because they don’t like it. And definitely not to do it around or in the voting booth.

I even feel better now.

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The Case Against Medicare-for-all

Here is the reality of the single-payer as it is called, national healthcare plan for all. Or socialized medicine as we say. Welcome to the nightmare.

New York Post — By Betsy McCaughey — October 16, 2018

Sen. Bernie Sanders says that because Medicare is “the most popular, successful and cost-effective health insurance in the country” everyone should have it, regardless of age.

But watch out for the bait and switch. Truth is, Sanders’ Medicare for All legislation actually abolishes Medicare and Medicare Advantage, as well as employer-provided coverage, union plans and plans people buy for themselves. Every person will be forced into a mandatory, government-run system with the phony name “Medicare for All.” Whether you want it or not. The quality of your medical care will plummet.

Medicare for All will plunge hospitals into financial distress, exposing patients to dangerous medical shortages and forcing pay cuts on health care workers. New York hospitals and their workforce will get clobbered the worst.

But 16 Democratic senators, including New York’s Kirsten Gillibrand, and 123 Democrats in the House endorse the legislation. Have they actually read it?

President Trump warns that Sanders is “eliminating Medicare as a program for seniors.” He cautions that “hospitals would be put out of business,” patients will face “long wait lines” and seniors will “effectively be denied” care they need.

Sanders calls Trump a liar. Fortunately there’s a way to determine who’s telling the truth. The answer is in the 96 pages of Sanders’ bill. Here’s what it says.

Four years after Medicare for All begins, all private insurance will be banned (Sec. 107), and Medicare and other government health programs will be terminated, just as Trump said. Everyone, including illegal immigrants, will be enrolled in the new government program (Sec. 106). Newborns will be automatically enrolled at birth (Sec. 105).

On paper, the new program guarantees hospital care, doctors’ visits, even dental, vision and long-term care, all paid for by Uncle Sam. Here’s the hitch: Hospitals will be forced to operate under conditions of extreme scarcity, with too little revenue and more patients than ever.

Right now, Medicare shortchanges hospitals, paying them less than the full cost of caring for seniors. But hospitals accept the low payments, because they can shift the unmet costs to younger patients who have private insurance that pays more.

But in the new scheme, hospitals will be paid at Medicare rates for all their patients, not just seniors (Sec. 611). With everyone on Medicare for All, no cost-shifting will be possible. The rates will be 40 percent less than what hospitals could get from private insurance plans. The severe short-changing will throw hospitals into crisis. Meanwhile, demand for care will surge, because it’s free to all comers.

Hospitals will have to jam more beds into rooms and corridors, skimp on nursing care and make patients wait. Sounds like the austerity in the British National Health Service, only in Britain, the public has an escape hatch. They’re allowed to buy private coverage. Not under Sanders’ Medicare for All (Sec. 107). Those alternatives are banned. You’ll be trapped.

The gold-plated union health plan or Medicare Advantage Plan you used to have will be a distant memory, as you wait in crowded clinics alongside people who never paid into Medicare or earned on-the-job coverage.

In New York, the austerity will be magnified. Hospitals here have more debt and slimmer operating margins than elsewhere, making them less able to withstand cuts. Gary Fitzgerald of the Iroquois Healthcare Alliance warns that Sanders’ bill would “devastate upstate hospitals.”

Doctors will also be paid 30 percent less than private insurance would pay them. To keep their doors open, they’ll have to see more patients per hour. That’s bad news for seniors, who take up more time. Doctors will avoid them like the plague.

The Sanders bill is a labor fiasco in the making. A staggering 1.2 million New Yorkers work in health care, more than in retail or manufacturing or any other industry. When hospitals are paid less, health care workers will see layoffs and pay cuts, too.

Bottom line: Under Medicare for all, patients will suffer, seniors will be shunned, hospitals will fail and health care workers will lose. Who exactly is supposed to benefit, except the politicians?

Betsy McCaughey is a senior fellow at the London Center for Policy Research
See from: https://nypost.com/2018/10/16/trump-is-totally-right-about-the-dangers-of-medicare-for-all/

 

Well, Democrats do a great job of hiding the truth, don’t they? Of course they don’t want you to know what it really is or what it really does.

Dems politicized the nations entire healthcare in 2010 on a party-line vote. Yet it was only phase one. This is the second phase of the final solution.

Then they want people to have to go to the polls and vote for their personal healthcare in every election. Politicians are in bed between you and your healthcare.

This illogical nightmare while they extend it out to illegal immigrants. No one is supposed to know, or care, about the consequences. Just keep going back to vote for the hacks.

Who are the real beneficiaries of this?

Dedication to Leftist Celebs

And here is a brand new song freshly written and dedicated to all you Hollywood malcontents out there in Resistifornia. You know who you are.

You’ve been threatening to leave the US right after election for the last few elections now.

It is time to sink or swim, don’t you think? Maybe we can crowd source the trip for you.

(sung in the key of F- flat)

There’s a room with a view in Havana
You can sip tea out in the cabana.

But don’t tell them who sent ya
Cause they just might resent ya.
(Refrain)

[*Note: all rights reserved 🙂 ]

Throw in a Peace Sign minus the index finger… just for emphasis.

And there you have it, my humble contribution. Hope they like it.

Reference: Barbara Streisand announced recently she’ll be moving to Canada after November 6th, if Democrats fail to win back power. (do not try to threaten us, Babs)

On closer look, she has an album being released November 2nd called “Walls” where she puts her disgruntled political invective to songs. (Resistance on steroids) A promotion?

Well, that should repulse a lot of people. So rather than spitefully moving to Canada, maybe Babs could be run out of the country to Mexico? They never threaten to move there.

Until then, it looks like we’re going to hear much more from the Princess of Resistance.

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Halloween, Mid-‘terms’ and Trick or Treat

 
Halloween makes a good theme to view the midterm elections. Ghouls beware.

For added suspense, Democrats are playing hide and seek. Can you find them where they’re hiding across the country? They don’t want to jump out yet and scare you.

Democrats have masks on and their costumes may be lousy but they’re doing their best to conceal their true faces. It will be trick or treat but they demand both. They perform tricks for the real treat of winning. Later you get to see who they really are.

You’d be too horrified now by the plans they have or where they actually stand. They need to keep you deceived. They can’t show you that because it would blow the whole thing.

They want your vote without knowing who they really are. Then comes the real fun.

Look at Claire McCaskill, if she has to tell you she is supporting Trump’s plans on the border, so be it. Whatever might work. But only support it until the caravan gets here.

Then all bets are off; it’s a whole new game. It is sort of the same way with the caravan people. Once they get here they will obfuscate however they can, however they must.

This theme could probably go on for a while, I think.
If ever there were a cause to vote, this is it.

[H/T: Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels]

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Whitey Bulger Dead at 89

NYT — By Robert D. McFadden

Oct. 30, 2018

James (Whitey) Bulger, the South Boston mobster and F.B.I. informer who was captured after 16 years on the run and finally brought to justice in 2013 for a murderous reign of terror that inspired books, films and a saga of Irish-American brotherhood and brutality, was found beaten to death on Tuesday in a West Virginia prison. He was 89.

Two Federal Bureau of Prisons employees, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the information was not yet public, said Mr. Bulger was beaten unrecognizable by inmates shortly after he had arrived at the prison, the Hazelton federal penitentiary in Bruceton Mills, W.Va. He had been moved from prison to prison in recent years and was incarcerated in Florida before being transferred to Hazelton, which has been rife with violence.

One of the workers said that the inmates were thought to be “affiliated with the mob.” A law enforcement official who oversees organized crime cases said he was told by a federal law enforcement official that a mob figure was believed to be responsible for the killing.

Mr. Bulger, who was serving two life sentences for 11 murders, was found unresponsive at 8:20 Tuesday morning and pronounced dead by the Preston County Medical Examiner, the Federal Bureau of Prisons said in a statement. It did not indicate a cause of death

 

Continue reading https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/30/obituaries/whitey-bulger-dead.html

Did Hillary let the cat out of the bag?

In an interview Friday with Recode’s Kara Swisher, Hillary was asked if she wanted to run for president again.

Astonishingly, the answer was no, no.

But then she added that she would “like to be president”.

Well, she doesn’t want to run for president but she very much wants to be president.

Far as I know, the only way she could be president is by running for president.
So she has a problem.

I think she has a bad case of Oval Office Fever.

The Culture of Investment

I went on a thought journey to explore what it meant to be the person I am and noticed some things that tie in politically these days. You may have discovered the same things.

The first thing noticeable today is those who support Trump are given a dichotomy. On one hand you see yourself being targeted and villainized by a concerted effort of institutions, media, Deep State interests; while on the other we are actually winning. We are changing an old guard and its way of thinking. They do not like that, hence a resistance.

But as this back and forth continues, we are actually winning because we are having the battle at all. The battle itself is evidence of victory. A taboo and forbidden battle.

Well, media or pundits keep asking the same tired questions of Trump supporters, “at what point will you abandon Trump, when will you denounce him? Does this do it?”

The problem of course is that you can denounce something he did or said or how he reacted, while at the same time not denounce what he has actually done. Get it? That is clear to me. But what media or elites want is a total and absolute condemnation.

If something is critical enough to criticize, it still does not erase what he has done. It does not cancel due credit he deserves. In that respect, does it really matter that one does not like a statement or two or his tweeting habits — which are only communications?

Investments

What does that have to do with investments? Put it this way, if I was to write a full defense of why I supported Trump and think he is the right man in the right job, I would have to cover the last 15 -20 years to make a substantive case. That would be a monumental task. So short of that let me just say I am sufficiently invested, heavily, in Donald Trump. By no monetary means or connections but in a philosophical and political way.

I feel invested in that the way anyone invests in what they feel is important, such as education, a career, family, where they live, financial investments. All of those help to shape who we are. Trump also represents a part of who I am, not the total sum.

Not like I just bought something on a whim thinking “I can always take it back.”

We may differ on certain things but there are commonalities that surpass those. Listing all those wouldn’t even make the case. But since I do, in a way I can see and live vicariously through his presidency. There is a personal investment. And I believe that is what has been missing in the last 4 presidents – a personal connection.

People may have thought they had that with George W Bush for a short time but it wasn’t real and did not last. We saw the differences with his priorities to ours and a few hallmarks of those were in nominating Harriet Miers and in the amnesty immigration scheme. There were certain other red flares that he was not really one of you. At any rate, even at the beginning I was not personally invested the way I am with Trump.

That was what was missing. Barack Obama had support, yes, but were people personally invested in him the way people are in Trump? I’d say not. Though Democrats were invested in him. And it was just like most of what the left does — it was deception, lies and an illusion. There was a huge illusion constructed around Bill Clinton. And that illusion carried over to Hillary both times she ran. They were not real. Sure Democrats believed them but they were lies like everything else the Left does.

Here we have Trump, with all his flaws, and there is a realness that was never present in any of the others. Campaign promises were not just campaign promises. He did not have years in the government sewer to provide an air of legitimacy. In fact, it was his detachment from government that gave him credibility.

I am at the point where I am tallying my investments that I have made and ones I did not. Though this one, supporting Trump, crosses so many personal areas that it is a natural fit. It is almost uncanny how it relates to other areas. So the idea I would have some moment to say I was all wrong, or the whole thing was a wasted effort, is as close to impossible as me going to Mars. I don’t know how many other people feel that way. I’m sure some do. (probably more than anyone realizes or media cares to think)

It takes us back to those other presidents’ legacies. There was a steady prevailing vacuum. It may not have been intentional but there was a void and disconnect with the very people who elected them. Regardless what they said, their interests and priorities were not aligned with the peoples. They did not care about the same things. When George W Bush tried to ram through amnesty on illegal immigration, with all it involved, with the gangs of, despite the will of the people, it was a lighthouse moment.

When the people finally did rise up in Tea Parties, the reaction everywhere only confirmed this national insult that had gone on as long as I remember. Not only did the critics not care about American citizens or real people but they were actually lined up opposing the public. And there is no way you could compare that moment of revelation to what the Resistance is all about now. It is not the same thing. In truth, they are the anti-Resistance.

It’s a little like this analogy. Say you originally found a good investment that fit for you. It worked and made you profits. It did what it was supposed to do. Then came a time where it fluttered or stalled out, or maybe lost a few points. Would you condemn the whole thing and say you should not have have bought it in the first place? Would you say it was all a complete mistake? I doubt it. See you cannot deny that it worked and got you the effects you were looking for. Nor can you deny the profits. (unless you condemn them too)

It is the same way with other investments in life. Do you denounce the family because it is not everything you think it should be? Do you denounce you education because one day it does not seem to benefit you how you want? The same works in the faith areas of life. Do you throw out your faith because one day it was not benefiting you? That seems to be a pretty selfish and materialistic way to look at everything. I’m sure some people do apply similar formulas: today I don’t like that, yesterday I did. No, people usually accept there will be bumps and hurdles. You don’t throw out all the work, time and energy you gave it because you are not presently satisfied with something.

Regardless of what new and stunning things media or the establishment may throw out at us, it does not change what progress has been done. Just as nothing changes all the damage those critics have done. I won’t turn my back on that. And I won’t deny it.

Well, short of running through my 15 years of reasoning and experiences that brought me here, this is my attempt to explain it. I also do not throw away, dismiss or deny all that experience long before Trump came along. But they are now joined in a way I could not have predicted. It’s a personal investment. I can denounce the resistance, mostly because it is not real and only more deception. Imitation is flattery except when it is a mockery.

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‘Disappearing’ Dr. Kermit Gosnell

Where do we go from here?

PA Pundits - International

The story was under-reported when it happened. Now the movie is being deliberately hidden.

By Arnold Ahlert   ~  

“There was blood on the floor. A stench of urine filled the air. A flea-infested cat was wandering through the facility, and there were cat feces on the stairs. Semi-conscious women scheduled for abortions were moaning in the waiting room or the recovery room, where they sat on dirty recliners covered with blood-stained blankets.” —what FBI and Pennsylvania Department of Health officials stated they saw upon raiding the abortion clinic of Dr. Kermit Gosnell on Feb. 18, 2010

“Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” premiered last Friday. It chronicles the shockingly true story of a man convicted of murder for killing babies born alive following abortions, involuntary manslaughter for the death of 41-year-old Nepalese refugee Karnamaya Mongar following a botched abortion procedure, and several felony counts for performing…

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The Moral Of The Story

Let me start this personal rant by saying if anyone thought I was one of them there tongue-tied Christians when it came to the flock, you can count me out on that strategy,.

In fact, there is an awful lot to criticize among Christians today but I usually refrain. Such is the exception on this occasion. Allow me to get my rant hat on.

First a little background on this particular one. There’s a guy that floats mostly on the margins now but is quite full of himself. No, not Jim Wallis or one of the other infamous leftist preachers, take your pick. They aren’t quite in his league.

This one is proud to say he rose in ranks with Jerry Falwell (Sr) back in the day with the Moral Majority. Chuck Baldwin thought of himself as Jerry’s right hand man that would one day probably take over the movement, if anything happened to Falwell.

However he did it, he became pretty full of himself to the red hot narcissist, radical level. He’s now moved on to sort of a solo hologram movement, within smaller Christian circles, in the style of any of many conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones out there. He’s a former, still recovering in my view, Democrat liberal who doesn’t know or want to admit it.

As for me, I used to think at least on rare occasion he would get a nut or two. But these days it’s clear where the nuts have all gone. I just can’t tolerate his rhetoric any more, which got even worse than it was. He’s a self-styled critic of everyone else, which conveniently leaves him on top of his own hill, with a small loyal following still. Diehards.

This guy did run for president though when he formed a rout against much better known, former Ambassador, Alan Keyes when he was running for president. See, he used his muscle in the Constitution Party ranks to oust Keyes. Well any moral authority Chuck Baldwin still had went out went out the window about then. What little he had anyway.

Baldwin fancies himself as the speaker for the Christian political movement though he isn’t. He dreams big, if only they would listen to him. His shtick is attacking fellow Christians on the right, a common target today. But he specializes in attacking them and the Republicans the way McCain did. Meaning he doesn’t reserve much animus for liberals or Democrats.

No, he’s an inside player who mocks Rush Limbaugh or any other big talkers on the right. He’s the guy you would want on your team only if you were plotting a coup from within.

Back to preaching. He did start up and build a good sized church in Florida. Then several years ago announced he’d be moving to Montana to settle. Big change, well, maybe what he thought. He already had a radio show and the necessary political capital. He could always draw from Christian networks with his tough talk and rhetoric.

Oh and he also feels that churches shouldn’t take 501 status so they can be free to speak out on politics and abortion and so on. Those who don’t are enslaved or just ignorant.

Since then he has gotten even more vocal on his political positions. Maybe he’s planning another run, I don’t know. But he keeps up his forte for attacking Christians from within. That is any but the big liberal leaders. You don’t find him railing against those or Dems much these days. I guess he thinks we are the ones who really deserve his ire. And he has plenty of that to give them.

He boasts of flattery he received from icon Howard Phillips – another organizer on the right. He got the right endorsements from leaders of movements, enough to prod him on. One wonders if they were feathers in his hat or only stepping stones to give him street cred with conservatives. I haven’t decided. His so-called hard line positions seemed to have morphed into deep-seeded biases. The object of which are firmly directed at the Christian right and what he terms Republican enablers. Fed up with both Democrats and Republicans who he calls worse and more dangerous than the former. The usual anti-fare plays well in the CP and with disgruntled conservative Republicans.

Chuck Baldwin’s objective is less clear.

His stands, if you could sum them up, come off a lot like disenchanted liberals. He pushes the freedom thing, styling himself a Constitutionalist and bill of rights expert along with a historian. Sure there is enough to attack Christians on today. Though he takes a glee in doing it where I reserve mine for the right occasions without taking great pride in it. But he just never has much fire in the belly left for progressives and liberals now, as if they don’t exist and Republicans are the only culpable targets of opportunity.

His conservative positions are drenched in popular liberal antiwar and foreign policy notions the way Ron Paul’s was, with extra passion and a bitterness that exudes.

Then comes his latest column. Usually it includes his standard screed with a few current issues thrown in to season the pot. Exactly as he did in this piece. What are his favorite taunts? Well, there is always conspiracy stuff and always a rant against Israel into the anti-war rants. His angle is on attacking media as Jew controlled rather than the MSM. He has a particular distaste for Trump and basically echoes any of the left-wing talking points about him. A common dead giveaway. Like you know where he takes his news cues from. The Jews control Hollywood too, in case you didn't know that.

But his favorite line of attack script in this piece was Christians don't get it. They just think they do. And if you don't agree with his stands on issues then you are one of his chosen targets. Doubly so for supporting Trump. I never heard this ferver about Obama. He sometimes mocked our anger at Obama and failure to concentrate on the Christian Republican side of the isle. Like we needed circular firing squads under Obama. Christians were the real problem. That is where we are, apparently we don't get it – if we ever did.

The implications here are strong. He knows much better.

Therefore, we are the problem not the solution. He being the much wiser and studied on the matter does get it. He does not have the flaws in understanding that we do. And his loyal following is attuned as well. But they share no blame in any of this. He is the only one who does get it, in the end.

In that arrogant reasoning, this column fit him like a well worn glove because it touched all the highlights from Jewish controlled media to attacking our cozy relationship with Saudi Arabia with the murder of Khashoggi. Mostly they are your typical liberal fare wrapped in a warm blanket of Christians are too stupid to know. Somehow I cannott picture Paul going on a lecture tear like that saying you people just don't get it about the Roman thing.

I hear the same tired mantra directed at Christians from the Left. Obama at the Prayer Breakfasts come to mind. Amazing that the world is still spinning on its axis with all the culpable blame of Christian conservatives. It seems to be reversed. I hear little practical advice coming from this (or these) critics of current political culture. Do they get it?

Tell me the difference between this snipe agenda and the Left’s popular Resistance?

Right Ring | Bullright

Masterpiece in Action

Sometimes there are things that move faster than you can follow yet have a beautiful rythym about them And it builds drawing you in. It is rarer to experience it but you know it when you feel it.

It is hard to imagine that very sense happening in politics like a good rock masterpiece. Hard to imagine maybe but Trump has broken all the rules and norms.

Boring politics out. Masterful ‘Action Jackson’ displays are in. No one else but Trump seems capable of delivering these performances that keep you engaged till the end. It seems to be a natural talent for him.

Others just can’t duplicate all that energy or wit. When they told us over and over again how great Obama speeches were, most of us on the right yawned. They were so detached from reality you could hardly understand the platitudes he was talking about much less follow his defective reasoning. Deception and obfuscation were the keys.

You had to sit down and dissect them into their flawed pros to realize how bad they were. By that time, his media allies had already issued a verdict to declare how on tone they were. To put out any commentary one had an uphill battle against the backdrop of media and Obama’s lieutenants who saturated the air after to tell us how historic they were.

I was just listening to the ELP song Fanfare for the Common Man again and I’d compare what Carl Palmer could do on drums, and percussion, with what Trump delivers at his rallies. He takes you on a journey. It’s a one man show at rallies. If I could think of one theme to describe Trump’s tour de rallies I would say that Fanfare intro is it.

How about some masterclass?

Renowned drummer Carl Palmer visited Solent to deliver a drum clinic to our students. Highlights created by Sonar TV. here

No means “no” except when it should

It would seem pretty ironic that the party of the radical left who never misses a chance to say no, in defiant “resistance,” just cannot say no to condemn violence of their left wing radical base. They can’t ever do that.

Instead, they will go to any lengths on the left not to voice any opposition to, or offer no condemnation for, the left’s violence. Whether it vandalizes a Republican building in NYC, burns police cars, or commandeers a chunk of a city in Washington, or whether leftists chase down conservatives in restaurants to create a crowd, or shout down Congressional hearings so you cannot hear. Dems will say or do anything else to avoid condemning it.

Out of those same zipped lips for condemning they call us extremists and dangerous. They have a phobia to the word no when and where it matters. But we know why.

They do condemn our use of the word Mob though, when that is how the miscreants act and who they are. But they can never condemn a possible friendly group to the Left, even if it is a rented one. They couldn’t even call MS-13 gang members animals for what they do. Instead, Nancy Pelosi said they have a spark of divinity.

The same spark of divinity that an unborn baby lacks.

They need anyone who could be a potential voter bloc for them whether legal or illegal. If they can use violence to their political ends then what won’t they use? That also fits the definition of terrorism — using violence to perpetuate their political ends. Yet we are supposed to be hostage to this political blackmail of the Mobacracy. And what does the Mobocracy want and support? A Thugocracy. Democrats call that a value of democracy.

No condemnation for cop killers, violence addicts, fascist Antifa, or those working on behalf of the Mobocracy. The only question remaining in the end is who is really in control in this Mobocracy of the left? Is it their politicians? Doesn’t seem so to me.

On the contrary, Holder said “when they go low, kick them.” Hillary said we can never have civility until they are in power. No, their hallmark is incivility, regardless.

So, I wonder why we didn’t see any civility when they were in control of all branches? What we got was “I won”….shut up and get in the backseat. We don’t need to hear from you. Incivility always rules; in power or out makes no difference. We got Obamacare lies.

Right Ring | Bullright

Library holds Drag Queen event for toddlers

So how do you feel about story time for 3 yr olds by drag queens at the library?

Someone busted the outrage meter.

Ref: https://www.tfpstudentaction.org/blog/texans-protest-drag-queen-storytime

Let me get this straight: Harvard doesn’t want Kavanaugh teaching there; but drag queens teaching toddlers is A-O-kay?