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Odds are…

Who will go on the lam first? Will Hillary ditch Bill for a quick getaway? Will Strzok and Page elope to Turkmenistan? Will Brennan run to Iran since he knows Arabic so well? Will Jim Comey become even more spiritual with corncobs?    Here are the new odds. I hope they’re close to accurate.   … Continue reading

The Assault on the 2nd Amendment begins

Despite the new cliché, “we’re all in this together,’’ as we cope with being forced to stay home, we are not. The politicians have a different agenda.   As each day passes under home confinement, one thing is becoming very obvious — this nationwide lockdown has ulterior motives attached.   To keep us from getting … Continue reading

Celebrating Freedom When We Aren’t

It’s the Fourth of July. For those who actually don’t know – Jay Leno and Mark Dice proved it – the Fourth of July is Independence Day in the US. This is the day that the 13 American colonies declared independence from Great Britain. The colonies ratified the Declaration of Independence on this day in … Continue reading

America, the Laughing Stock?

The soap opera that masquerades as a government in this country is bizarre. And embarrassing. And this is what the quest for power has devolved into: a sick, immature, freak show.   The petty squabbles over ice cream scoops, fake news stories, and the lack of knowledge between a real coup and a fake one … Continue reading

The Louisiana Purchase

The Louisiana Purchase was the most important land acquisition in American history. It added 15 states to the US, most of which became our bread basket.   Thomas Jefferson had this providential vision to spread democracy across the continent. Buying such a huge piece of land was the beginning of America’s westward movement; and his … Continue reading

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