Even MORE ‘STUFF‘ from the desktop to entertain you OR Provoke your thoughts for the weekend – or for Life. ~ Ed.
STOP sweatin’ it ~ Dr. Norton is here…
DON’T show this to her…
“De plane” my ass!
Nearly every evening in the news, you hear about a racial smear, a racist act, discrimination on a job site, prejudice at a school function and another dozen charges against white people in America.
This country remains a dominate ethnic group of European-Americans, but not for long as Caucasians will become a minority by 2042. Additionally, they suffer every charge of racism in this country. Bernie Sanders, Maxine Waters, Don Lemon and countless others call the president of the United States a ‘racist’. Of course, they also say that most Americans are racists.
Ironically, if you listen to House Members John Lewis, Maxine Waters, Alexandria Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Hank Johnson and many other minority leaders—whites are the single worst element of human beings in America. Whites are racist, xenophobic, nativist and supremists. Continue reading
The deportation of a Nazi death camp guard from his residence in Queens, New York, in 2018 by ICE was described as the removal of the “last known Nazi collaborator from the United States.”
That’s not quite true… Continue reading
Twenty years ago I would have laughed in your face if you had told me that I would spend the remainder of my life studying history. I hated history in school; the boring textbooks, the remembering of names and dates of certain events; it all seemed so useless to me at the time. The only history teacher I had who tried to make history fun was Jim Gross, my junior year U.S. History teacher; and I was too into drugs at the time to appreciate his efforts.
Merriam Webster’s online dictionary defines history as: a chronological record of significant events (such as those affecting a nation or institution) often including an explanation of their causes. Continue reading
I remember as if it were yesterday, telling President Trump’s National Security Adviser, retired three-star General Mike Flynn: “Get 20 DoJ polygraphers here now and have them do single-scope interviews through the whole bloody building!”
I didn’t work for the good general, as my job as strategist to the president, had me working with Steven Bannon who headed the White House’s Strategic Initiatives Group, but I considered Mike a friend, a true battle buddy from the Trump campaign. More than that, I had been one of just a handful of members of the official presidential Transition Team’s NSC staff in the months before the Inauguration, and as such had come to respect and admire the former Defense Intelligence Agency director as a great patriot and fighter. Continue reading
I have never claimed to be an economics “expert” or anything remotely close, but my university years did make me well familiar with certain aspects of higher math as course requirements and quantitative methods of social science research, especially as applied to the demographics of any particular culture and society. So, through this prism and the perspective of largely a layman on the topic, I have looked at all the numbers I could find on this topic, and I attempted to condense them to a core of those most pertinent, in order to present a fairly comprehensive overview of where America’s economic future currently stands. Continue reading
I was in a discussion with a liberal friend (I know, a bit of an oxymoron) of mine about illegal immigration and she proclaimed there should be open borders!
I said, “Why’s that?” She said, “People should be free to come and go to this country as they please.”
Really I said, “Well tell me… why do so many Mexicans want to come to the United States?” Continue reading
While the public cannot identify exactly how the system is rigged, it is nonetheless correct: elites in business and government collude regularly to run the American economy to their own advantages and have increasingly done so for decades.
IT IS no secret that Americans have rebelled. On both the left and the right, people have made clear their disgust with business-as-usual. For the Republicans, the Tea Party rebellion began to alter the established party, and the election of Donald Trump rendered the change nearly complete. A comparable rebellion against established practice has pulled the Democratic Party far to the left. Polls show a common complaint: that the system is “rigged” in favor of a self-serving business and government elite. Continue reading
I was born in 1962…not in the 1800’s. I love history and I honor all my ancestors and current family that have served in the military. Yes, even those that were misguided enough to serve in the British or Union Armies. As long as they were not traitors and didn’t desert one for another, so Benjamin Church Jr. that leaves you out. Getting lost at sea, was too good for you. Getting back to my intended topic. I had many relatives that fought in the War of Northern Aggression some as officers and some as privates. It is a clear point that no one chooses to understand living in the South in the 18th and 19th century. I am not to debate the slavery issue, though I would never own another person regardless of race. Those that enjoy and relive Confederate history do not get a fare shake, it doesn’t mean that we support any race being better than another..it is just we love and support history. History is so important to the running of our nation. Continue reading
I completely understand the following, written over 80 years ago, is going to be really hard to understand by those handicapped with a Public Fool System education, but, please try to understand, it’s critically important! ~ J David Ferguson
“There is also an impression that if actual recessions do not come about of themselves, they may be brought about by the expedient of voting one political party out and another one in. This idea rests upon certain assumptions that experience has shown to be unsound; the first one being that the power of the ballot is what republican political theory makes it out to be, and that therefore the electorate has an effective choice in the matter. It is a matter of open and notorious fact that nothing like this is true.
Our nominally republican system is actually built on an imperial model, with our professional politicians standing in the place of the prætorian guards; they meet from time to time, decide what can be “got away with,” and how, and who is to do it; and the electorate votes according to their prescriptions. Under these conditions it is easy to provide the appearance of any desired concession of State power, without the reality; our history shows innumerable instances of very easy dealing with problems in practical politics much more difficult than that. One may remark in this connexion also the notoriously baseless assumption that party-designations connote principles, and that partypledges imply performance.
Moreover, underlying these assumptions and all others that faith in “political action” contemplates, is the assumption that the interests of the State and the interests of society are, at least theoretically, identical; whereas in theory they are directly opposed, and this opposition invariably declares itself in practice to the precise extent that circumstances permit.” ~ Albert J. Nock
September 9, 2003 – This will be a quicky – as I don’t have the time for foreplay and romance.
The past 5 weeks have not been good. My stress-related virus has returned – hence the general lack of new material on the pages of The Federal Observer and the number of reruns on our daily radio program Perspectives on America.
Something Strange, This Way Comes
Friday morning, I received a series of emails from columnist, Lisa Guliani, one of which, had a simple request – that I remove an article from her archives, which she had not in fact written. Apparently she had forwarded the column to me several months ago and I thought that it was her work. She has recently taken a fair amount of heat on this piece (something she does well) and requested its removal. “No problem”, I said and promptly got on it – except that it wasn’t there. I immediately told her so – she went into her archives at the Observer and noticed the same thing – although, as she said, ”it was there an hour ago”. I believed her but there was nothing I could do so I moved on with my day. Continue reading
You are at the pediatrician’s office for a routine well child visit. Maybe you just moved to a new town. The nurse hands you the standard paperwork with the questionnaire pertaining to your child’s health. You start filling out the form and right there . . . question number 14 . . . “Do you have a gun in the home?” It’s right after the question about swimming pools and right before the one about household cleaner storage. What do you answer? Continue reading
Reviewing Trump’s latest moves regarding the $4.8 trillion New Budget that he and the GOP “negotiated” with the Democrats – a budget that gave them everything they wanted – and the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, that tramples on U.S. national sovereignty and individual liberty, the Bill of Rights, while introducing an Expansion of Socialism in America, as well as the nation destroying United Nations U.N. Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030 programs and mandates, One Certainly Should QUESTION EXACTLY WHO WERE THE TURNCOAT TREASONOUS BASTARDS ADVISING President Trump on these latest bills. Continue reading
A 232 Year History of our fight against Islam & why it is no longer taught in our public schools…
When Thomas Jefferson saw there was no negotiating with Muslims, he formed what is now the Marines (sea going soldiers). These Marines were attached to U. S. Merchant vessels. When the Muslims attacked U.S. merchant vessels they were repulsed by armed soldiers, but there is more.
The Marines followed the Muslims back to their villages and killed everyone in the village.
It didn’t take long for the Muslims to leave U.S. Merchant vessels alone. Continue reading
Well then ….. Righteous it is when You defend the Office of the President, the Executive Branch of Government, and the Republic against Obama, Hillary and all the Democratic Party agents who weaponized the Intelligence Services, the Department of Justice and the State Department in their unsuccessful soft coup against this office and President Trump. Continue reading
They got little hands
And little eyes
And they walk around
Tellin’ great big lies Continue reading
America is in crisis. The citizenry is fragmented, polarized, and angry. The media, Hollywood, and academia hate the President, who doesn’t care much for them either. This elite trifecta, along with the coastal, urban upper class, not only loathes Trump, but is contemptuous of Middle America and its traditional virtues. But the battle to preserve these virtues and the very possibility of self-government among future generations of Americans can no longer be waged merely at the level of politics. It must now be fought on every college and university campus across the nation. Continue reading
Our Nation Is Still In Distress Whether Anyone Recognizes the Fact or Not. Most Americans won’t know what hit them, when the proverbial “stuff hits the fan” in our country. Continue reading
Beginning this year, a conspiracy long at work behind the scenes of our government, will make its first overt move. These conspirators plan to create a dictatorship in the United States, suspend our Constitution and attempt to confiscate all guns and firearms in American homes. Continue reading
Pro-lifers and honest pro-abortion legal scholars agree that Roe v. Wade was wrongly decided. But just how wrong is it? Is it bad law solely because it declares a right to something the Constitution is silent about, or does its judicial malpractice run deeper? Continue reading