Is this Justice? Yes or No, AGAIN!

Now we have the DOJ prosecuting a pro-life man for pushing someone down near an abortion clinic. The FBI is used in an early morning raid with guns drawn to intimidate him, his wife and children. All for a crime which the State of Pennsylvania found to NOT EXIST. Yet the Fed’s are trying to send this guy to prison because he pushed someone trying to get into a clinic.

But, the charges are tied to a law which makes it a crime to prevent access DUE to the person’s desire to gain access. The reason the case was dropped, according to some reports, is that the man was pushed for calling the man’s son names and getting into his personal space. The guy who got pushed was the aggressor.

When it comes to the Federal Govt these days that doesn’t seem to matter. The following article from American Thinker summarizes the situation so no need to expound here.

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/09/did_the_fbi_finally_go_too_far.html

We also have a report of an FBI whistle blower pointing out the ABUSES of the DOJ and FBI in going after people who were in the Capitol on January 6th, 2021. As reported by Red State here:

https://redstate.com/mike_miller/2022/09/26/fbi-whistleblower-others-were-listed-on-arrest-warrants-of-jan-6-defendants-they-never-investigated-n632928

One really has to wonder whether “Justice” will ever be regained when the nations law enforcement agencies seem to have gone off the rails. So far in fact their actions are taking on the air of outright political partisanship.

JUSTICE …. Yes or No?

5th Circuit Stops Big Tech Censorship in Texas

There has been a major decision made by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals regarding Corporate censorship of speech. The corporations being outfits like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. In a nutshell the court ruled that these companies amount to “Common Carriers”, much like all public utilities, and therefore can be regulated as such. Including Texas passing a law prohibiting censorship due to political preferences. The following article at American Thinker describes the basis of the law and the court’s ruling:

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2022/09/the_5th_circuit_says_tech_companies_cant_use_the_1st_amendment_to_censor_speech_.html

This issue has caused a lot of angst here at SUFA in the past. The dilemma of what happens when private companies start censoring people as opposed to when the Govt. censors folks. The latter has always been taboo, to most here, but the former created a conflict of sorts. How can you defend private property or the rights of individuals then ask Govt. to regulate companies ability to control their platforms.

I agree with the author of the AT article in that given existing laws it is probably the correct answer. Because it is in fact consistent with other laws and Govt. actions over the conduct of private lives. Demanding businesses provide service to anyone and everyone, for example. No matter whether the business owner agrees with the customers values or outward appearance.

Then there is the issue that the Tech. Companies created in their own arguments. Making the case they are the location of “public discourse” to gain monopoly market share then doing an about face with respect to free speech. What was missing from this case was the interwoven nature of Govt. working with these Companies these past two years. Maybe even more but we don’t know for sure.

We should recognize here that media companies that have national audiences, we call them MSM, have a long history of working as the Govt’s propaganda arm. At least until things go south. Then they act all righteous while putting the screws to the same Govt., whose boots they were licking only months before.

I am sure many of us will celebrate this decision. But let me ask a question. How long before the other side figures out how to use this ruling against the very thing we want protected? When will the lawsuit or LAW come regulating a Company’s ability to contribute to political campaigns because it is a “common carrier”, and as such supporting one view is defacto censoring the other view. When will laws be passed or judges rule that companies MUST provide equal time to all sides of an issue?

Maybe this will turn out to just be a reasonable decision, with no unforeseen negative impacts. In the current state of political affairs, not likely.

So for now I think I will place this decision in the category of “be careful what you ask for.”

Is the Kryptonite Meteor called OBSTRUCTION going to hit or will it miss?

Will “Obstruction of Justice” be his final downfall?

It appears that more and more pundits are suggesting that Mr. Trump is going to be jailed or is at least in serious jeopardy due to “obstruction of justice”. This creates the same question we all had before about how do you obstruct justice if not actual crime is committed. Well that is a glitch in our system, in my humble opinion. The Govt. Attorneys can order you to do things absent an obvious crime, like subpoena documents. Then if you do not produce the documents requested you can be prosecuted for obstruction.

Which leads us to Mr. Trump. I finally saw a copy of the subpoena for the Mara Lago documents this spring. A copy of the document can be found here:

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/22272926-trump-grand-jury-subpoena

Note this is a “grand jury” subpoena. On its face this would indicate a potential “criminal investigation”. However, the U.S. Attorney can issue this subpoena without actually having any grand jury aware of it. But it still indicates a criminal investigation is underway, or is being considered (According to Findlaw and some other sites I read). Also note that this subpoena is ONLY about “Classified” documents. It lists just about if not every type of classification you can imagine.

We now know that all of the documents requested by this subpoena were NOT produced. Because the FBI found more in the August raid. So on the surface this looks like a slam dunk. Especially if you are among those who don’t like the man, and that is putting it mildly. Nobody has asked why the DOJ was issuing a “grand jury subpoena” in the first place. Meaning they suspected a crime. The documents in question are covered under the Presidential Records act. As many pundits, the honest ones, have pointed out, there is no enforcement provision in the records act. The Archives can scream for the documents but have no legal means of getting them back. Historically, this has required give and take between the ex-POTUS and the Archivist. There are reports that the Archivist contacted the DOJ after either not getting the materials they wanted, or after they retrieved some boxes and found “classified documents” among the contents. I suppose it would seem reasonable to have concerns about security, if the Archivist felt the documents at Mara Lago were not secure. But this really doesn’t explain why the Archivist went to DOJ and it especially doesn’t explain why DOJ decided to go with a “grand jury subpoena”, which again indicates suspicion of a crime, instead of just working with Mr. Trump, or the designated “Custodian”.

It is obvious from the released, and partly redacted, affidavit supporting the search warrant that the DOJ is using the Espionage Act, and others, to indicate a potential “crime”. The inclusion of documents related to obstruction would seem related to the failure to provide the documents originally requested in the subpoena. But the affidavit and the search warrant went far beyond the purpose indicated in the original subpoena. This makes it look like another case of the U.S. Govt. piling on via the DOJ. Something we have long complained about here at SUFA. Or even worse, they used the classified documents issue to gain access to all of Mr. Trump’s records so they can go fishing for things that might be used to harm him politically or feed into the Jan 6th Committee hearings. If the DOJ and FBI had no taint on them from past actions we could dismiss such a theory as absurd. But thanks to their own behavior we can’t. At least not at this time.

It is not clear to me that Mr. Trump could be prosecuted criminally for removing or possessing “classified” documents. Given the Courts ruling on Plenary powers of POTUS over classification. But if he did not follow standard procedure to document his decision it will open him up to even more political persecution and make it more difficult to make a legal defense. It could also make his staff vulnerable to being charged for handling said documents. And once staff members or his lawyers get charged we all know what pressure the DOJ will put on them to spill the beans on anything and everything about Mr. Trump.

I have reached a personal opinion on one part of all this. Given how long it has taken all the TV and Internet “Legal Experts” to start coming together on certain issues, and given how there is NOT uniform agreement on how the criminal laws (espionage) relate to the Presidential Records Act, I think the Judge who issued the search warrant made a big mistake. It looks like the Judge simply took the DOJ’s word for it with respect to their suspicions of “crimes” to justify the warrant.

I also believe that all the classified and other non classified documents, pertaining to Govt. business, in Mr. Trump’s possessions , are the property of the U.S. Government. Per the law they fall under the custody of the National Archives. Mr. Trump, and/or his people, should have been working openly with the Archivist to address concerns about securing the documents. Remember, we still do not know what if any designations the Archivist made about Mara Lago. The Archivist should have been doing the same. This “pissing match” over the documents should not have happened. If Mr. Trump was not cooperating then the Archivist was within her authority to ask someone to retrieve the materials. The Archivist should have gone to a Judge, with the DOJ if needed, and simply secured a Subpoena for ALL Presidential Records. She could have also simply gone to the site with some of her employees and worked with the “Custodian” to secure all the POTUS Documents in a secured room. While they continued their little back and forth dance.

But here is the rub. If this was really about failure to secure the Presidential Records then, why did the subpoena only mention classified documents?

Now with that all said, Mr. Trump’s own bull headedness is the reason he is now in such a pickle. Maybe he will escape this and we find out it really is another attempt to do him in by the Deep State. But more likely, he is going to have egg on his face, and if he escapes criminal charges that egg will cost him a lot of votes in 2024. Of course that once again depends on who the Democrats select to run against him.

Mara Lago and Government vs. Presidential Documents.

There is so much that could be written right now about the search and seizure operation at Mara Lago. Of course much has already been said by the usual players in the efforts to “get Trump”. This has been from both sides. But the reality of the situation is really not known because all the players seem to be dishonest in their efforts. Especially the Government. I will write an article later on the topic but wanted to share one thought now. As often happens with my thinking, I go to the root causes of these “problems” and look for simpler solutions.

THE PROBLEM IS THE DOCUMENTS THEMSELVES….ALL DOCUMENTS.

It appears that Mr. Biden may have created a “trap” for Mr. Trump because he removed the Presidential Privilege protections for having government documents after the fact. All Presidents remove documents and retain them in their “Presidential Library”. Which is another tax payer funded boondoggle. We pay for these “libraries” that contain tens if not hundreds of thousands of “government documents”. And yes, we know that some of them were “classified” when removed and that some of those were never returned to the National Archives or other agencies.

So here is my thought. Simply make the removal of any Government Documents illegal. Eliminate the whole “Presidential Library” scheme. If they are truly Government Documents then they should ALL reside in the National Archives.

This would eliminate this issue in the future. Or at least make violations more obvious and easy to prosecute. It would also help reduce the Emperor like status given to EX presidents. The day they leave they leave as nothing more than a Citizen and they take with them nothing more than they came with. They ride off into the sunset and we never hear from them or about them again.

The only remaining question is, what should constitute Government Document status? Should every note or discussion or text be included? If “working papers” are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act then why should they be included in the documents that must be protected. As currently written it looks like the law governing document protection prevents destroying these records. Again, the easy solution is keep them all.

But we should ask ourselves if this working papers concept is even all that important. Is it really true that revealing deliberations and advice to a decision maker would handcuff the decision maker? In todays political environment that may be true. On the other hand, early exposure of what aids and advisors are thinking might create enough debate to prevent some government official from making a big mistake.

Personal note: I worked in an agency where insiders leaked “working papers” to an outside group in hopes of undermining a decision. The employee didn’t like where it was going and figured creating a controversy could derail the whole project. In the end it did not work, but it did cost a lot of money and time to deal with the issue before we could move on. It also made us a target for certain outside groups from that point on. Thus having lasting affects on our ability to do the work Congress had given us.

So maybe the solution is that “working papers” do not need to be released during an Administrations tenure, or an agency’s process but need to be retained in the long term records. I would be interested in what others think on this “working paper” issue itself. As well as the primary issue of document retention.

IN MEMORY OF JOHN ELIE (US WEAPON); THE FOUNDER OF SUFA:

USW created this blog to openly explore his misgivings and thoughts about American politics with complete strangers. It did not take long for him to gather together a rather large group of people willing to do the same. Unforeseen by him, or any of us, was that this group would become one big eclectic family.

Those of us who comment each day have changed over time. But the discussions that USW encouraged and participated in will have everlasting impact on the lives of not only those who participated, but those who watched from the gallery. That is because ideas, once released are very hard to hide or ignore. They will affect anyone exposed to them. We will not all react in the same way, but they persist in having an “impact” on us. In short, the family he created with SUFA and thus the lives he touched, numbers in the tens of thousands.

USW first found me at the Huffington Post, doing my absolute best to maintain my good manners in the face of overwhelming head winds. At that time I was exploring the web for much the same reason he started SUFA. He sought me out, as he did with others, because he thought I had something to offer and would appreciate a “less toxic culture”, as he put it. It was in essence an offer to come join his family because he thought I would fit in. As it turned out this little family of his was so diverse that virtually anyone could fit in. Unless, of course, they were obnoxiously rude to others in the group. Civility was the rule, even if it was sometimes very hard to enforce.

Most of SUFA only saw a portion of the discussions USW and I had with a certain Pirate about how his effectiveness would be enhanced with more civility and a less acidic tone. These talks would have some effect, for a time. But as we all know, Pirates will be Pirates. No matter what the color of the flag they fly.

He offered us all a place where diversity of thought, experiences and opinions were welcome. A place where civil discussion, and disagreement, was the rule. This in turn allowed us all to gain greater knowledge and understanding. A place where we could expand our minds and improve our thinking and argumentation skills. I think it was his underlying purpose for SUFA. I do not think he realized the extent to which achieved this goal nor how much he was appreciated by most of us. I think Mathius captured that with his tribute:

“What a tragic loss. He was a man who wanted to do good and who valued kindness. He was open and evenhanded and intellectually honest. This is, as many of you will know, perhaps the highest praise I can offer of a man.

I often disagreed with him – but never once did my respect for him falter in the slightest. I wish his family well in this time of grief.”

His desire to keep this a place for civil discussion of dissenting opinions was noble, timely, greatly appreciated, and needed now more than ever. As you all know, USW left me with the keys to his kingdom when he decided he needed to attend to other priorities. SUFA had grown so big and demanding of his time it was becoming overwhelming. He dropped in from time to time, and I know was often watching from the gallery. In his absence we did pretty well, for awhile. But it has, to say the least, been a challenge for us all, me included, to maintain the culture he built. Frankly, sometimes we have not lived up to his expectations. We identify many reasons for this, but the real point is that no garden may flourish without constant attention and care.

USW’s passing has caused me to reflect on what he hoped to create with SUFA and to commit to trying harder to maintain his legacy. But, no matter how hard I, or anyone else, tries to live up to his expectations for SUFA, none of us will ever be able to reach the standards set by one Mr. John Elie, our very own US Weapon.

In closing I have copied one of the first articles by USWEAPON on the status of the various Political Parties. Oh the irony it being his critique of the Republican Party in 2009. This was soon followed by a series on the Libertarian Party, and was about the time he brought me to the family. The reason I coped it, however, was to remind us of the tenor of his articles and the essence of the man who built SUFA.

The Direction of the Republican Party

FEBRUARY 22, 2009 BY USWEAPON (EDIT)

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By request I have bumped this post back up towards the top of the page. The discussions have been good thus far and I want them to continue. I originally posted this on February 3, but will try to keep it closer to the top as long as people like. As those who have been along for the last four months know, this journey started with my realization that the Republican Party no longer represented to me what the Party used to. I was feeling a bit neglected by my party and embarrassed by their actions. So I left them and began seeking a better way forward because I felt that a better way forward was not what they were interested in. We have explored the Libertarian Platform, which seems pretty solid to me. But I can’t get the Republican disappointments out of my head. The selection of Michael Steele as the new Chairman of the RNC got me thinking…. 

So here is where I am sitting these days. The Republican party for me used to represent the good guys. It was the christian party. Family values and cutting taxes. National Defense and smaller government. Sure the party had its share of bad guys, but the party always seemed to hold just a bit higher moral ground than Ted Kennedy and the Democrats. I was talking to one of the few people I trust to discuss politics intimately with tonight and she reminded me of what I used to like about the party. They weren’t perfect, but they were certainly better than the democrats. 

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That is certainly not the case any more. The party has slipped into the abyss and now find themselves on equal moral ground with the Democrats. Republicans have just as many crooked politicians as their opponents. They seem to find ways to justify expanding government’s role just like the Democrats, only from the opposite end of the spectrum. They vote for the same pork laden bills and take the same kickbacks. Realistically the only thing that makes them better than the Democrats is that they don’t have to admit to having that crazy bitch Nancy Pelosi in their party.

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The last couple of weeks have found me discussing with my many politically minded friends what the direction of the Republican Party needs to be in order to get better again. Should the Christian Right be given far less say in the party agenda? Should they remove the abortion debate (which they will never win out on) go away and stop polarizing moderates with it? What about gay marriage? There are so many platform issues that are out there for the Republicans. So I am asking all of you for your input and opinion. What should the Republican party change in order to “fix itself” and get back on track with its many disenfranchised voters?

So no issue is off limits here. I want to hear from everyone. If you are reading this you surely have an opinion on at least one thing the party should do differently. What are the issues that you don’t like in the party? Not sharing it would be a neglecting of your purpose for reading this blog in the first place. Most of America is somewhere in between the two party platforms, so let’s here where you think the party should go if they want your vote.

Your service to our country was and remains immeasurable. I look forward to the day we can sit at the table in Valhalla, sharing Tankards of Ale and our thoughts on the musings of the universe. Until then, God Bless You my friend and thank you for all you did. May nothing but peace and loving memories be with your family. JAC

Congressional Blackmail Works Again.

The supposed “Bipartisan” passage of a bill to expand health care to veterans is just one more example of how the blackmail orchestrated by members of Congress works to our disadvantage.

Some Republican members refused to vote for the legislation because…… it contained funding for totally unrelated things. The Democrat Leadership immediately launched a campaign of slander against them. Very much like that old ad accusing them of pushing granny off the cliff. In the end the pressure tactic worked. And the SPINELESS Republicans voted to pass the bill.

The media continues to overplay Mr. Trump’s power over the Republican Party!

I find it very interesting how the media is fixated on those candidates “endorsed” by Mr. Trump. If they lose then Mr. Trump is toast and lacking in influence. Then when the next one wins, Mr. Trump has control over the party and his influence is a sign of an ignorant electorate. The following headline from The Hill is an example:

Primary results reinforce Trump’s power over GOP

BY BRETT SAMUELS08/04/22 5:15 AM ET

Note the use of the word “power” instead of influence or some other descriptor. How can he have no power one day and then great power the next? Does he really have any “power” over a party consisting of hundreds of thousands of members? Could it be that people at the State and Local level simply vote per State and Local issues. And that they are simply continuing to seek out “new blood” instead of siding with the established “leaders”?? I mean, things haven’t been all that great under traditional leadership.

I think there is a serious misunderstanding among our friends on the left side of the teeter totter about those on the other side. The assumption that everyone is just marching to Mr. Trump’s drum is not healthy for the country. When one side can come to discount the other simply due to assumed ignorance, or because they “watch Fox News”, it becomes to easy to dehumanize them. Of course the same can be said of those on the right side who use the same rhetorical device. In either case the outcome can be devastating. Just ask the hundreds of millions killed under various Socialist Regimes who dehumanized them to maintain political power.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA

Let us ALL; Stand Up for America.

That precious land of freedom, liberty and justice for all.

So many today want to focus on divisions, disputes, frustrations and general ill will of our citizenry. I am increasingly convinced that while there is plenty of stress to go around, most of us do not really carry all this animosity around with us every day. We don’t go around howling at the moon, unless someone comes along and provokes us. The vast majority I meet LOVE this country of ours. Yes, they often have different views of what they want it to look like. And of course, some are entirely wrong in their thinking. Heh, heh, heh (joke alert)!

But July 4th should be a time to celebrate our commonality, our shared principles and values, not our petty differences. So lets pray to the Almighty to give we Americans the wisdom to see through the fog of distractions and divisions being purposely sown. May those who seek to divide us find their seed fallen on sterile ground.

Let freedom be our battle cry and may the brotherhood of Liberty warm our hearts.

God Bless America.

A TIME TO CONSIDER THINGS

There are “THINGS” happening in the world around us. Some are big and some are small. But all require our attention to some degree or another. So today I thought we should consider at least one of the BIG THINGS. Something that seems so innocuous yet smells like a skunk.

“THE GREAT RESET”

A shout out to V.H. for reminding us of this thing the other day.

So let’s dive in by checking out an article posted at Mises.org, on the topic. The claim is that The Great Reset is actually an effort to destroy traditional western Liberalism. Despite the claims of those pushing the ideas contained within there “agendas” it certainly looks like it all leads to One World Govt. But that is just me. So take a moment and check out this article:

https://mises.org/wire/backstory-great-reset-or-how-destroy-classical-liberalism

Now for some other “Things”. On this memorial day lets give thanks to for all those who have come before us. Those that paid the ultimate price in defense of this great Nation, and those who sacrificed so that we might have a better life than they had.

Ukraine: What, Where and Why

Why is Ukraine important? We keep asking that question with respect to both the US and Russian viewpoint. It appears many of these questions are really about finding reasons to stay out of some conflict in a far off place. Not on the implementation of some sound principle that was established with long hard thought. “They speak Russian” is one such refrain. Yet surveys of language have shown only a couple provinces in Ukraine where the majority people (more than 50%) identify Russian as their primary language. One of these was Crimea and the other borders Russia on the eastern extreme. The rest of “Eastern Ukraine” varies with percentages ranging from a maximum of 15% to 50%.

So, if language is a determination of ethnicity or some supposed reason to align with one side or the other, we have to ask ourselves: What about the other 50% of the population who don’t view themselves as Russians or even as just primarily Russian speakers. This of course doesn’t address the fact that the presence of Russian as a primary or just major language is largely created by Russia’s invasion and control over this region.

Why would Russia want Ukraine? Another question asked here frequently. Well as you can see from the map, Eastern Ukraine provides broad access to the Black Sea and the already confiscated territory of Crimea. As many have noted, Russia gains an ice free deep sea port by controlling Crimea. The primary transportation system through the region (with a hub at Kharkiv) is linked directly to Russia.

Eastern Ukraine is also a major “bread basket” and would provide Russia with additional food, if needed, as well as expand its export markets. That is giving them something besides oil and weapons. One other thing to consider. Note that if Russia controls Eastern Ukraine it almost completely landlocks the rest of Ukraine.

The next map shows some of the regions of Ukraine, by the time period when they were added to the Country. When people talk about “eastern Ukraine” in context of the Russian goals it is primarily the area in pink. Of course the green area borders Balarus, another Russian friendly Nation.

So why should the US care or get in the mix? Well that comes down to whether we still believe in the principles we adopted as a Nation following WW II. That conflict forced a recognition in the US, and the World, that sitting back and watching while tyrants move to expand their empires has lasting impacts. And that the cost of doing so will be greater in the long run instead of dealing with it at the start. Have we as Citizens changed our views on this problem? Should we change them? Where are the lines between what is acceptable or tolerable and what is not? China invades Tibet, we do nothing substantial.

Do we oppose all such expansions as a matter of hard policy or are there truly nuances to consider. Such rationalizations have been presented in both the Tibetan and Ukrainian cases. Claiming it is none of our business. But what about Taiwan? Is that also none of our business just because those freedom loving people happen to be of Chinese ancestry?

These questions and many more exist when we do not have solid foundations from which to develop policies. That is policies which are consistent with those foundational principles. To claim it is none of our business implies an underlying principle that we only use force when attacked directly. I am not sure that such a principle is widely understood nor accepted by We the People, let alone our elected and bureaucratic officials.

If this is in essence our foundation then what about economic impacts to our country? Is that an attack? If China strangles the shipping in Asia is that an attack on the US? Or is it only a physical invasion that matters? How about the efforts of China, Russia, Iran and others to hack and take down our internet systems? Where is the line in the sand that should come with clear and consistent articulation and enforcement?

I am not offering an opinion on this, for now. I am pointing out that all of this is far more complicated than much of the discussions I see among pundits and opinion leaders. As I almost always do, I am also trying to show that much of this difference or confusion, to some degree, can almost always be tied to lack of clearly articulated, understood and defensible principles.

Let me offer one thought on why we struggle with these questions. Our desire to do what is right greatly exceeds our willingness to do what is required. We gave up half of Germany and all of eastern Europe because we Americans had grown so “tired of War.” We left the North Korean, Vietnamese and Afghan people to tyrants because we were “tired of War.” Here lies a conundrum of huge import. As a Nation of essentially free people a division of political viewpoints naturally develops. These divisions unfortunately become partisan weapons used to “politicize” foreign policies. Especially when if may be necessary to use force. Both major political parties love to use any failure or the fear of “another Vietnam” to tear down the other party if they are in power. In essence, the nature of our politics prevents us from having the very foundational principles we need to form coherent policies. Policies which will be supported by the people, even when the going gets very, very tough.

There is of course much more to discuss and consider on the general topic. That being when, where and why should we, the USA, be willing to draw a line and say “NO”! And of course, then back that up with the full might of the US military if needed.

Coming Soon: The Day Working Americans Wake Up to the Reality of Our Federal Govt.

Credit to unknown creator published at American Thinker

Time for Reflection and Thanks

I think it is time to take a couple of days to reflect. First on the friends, family and acquaintances who make our lives fuller each day. Second on the blessing of having been born into a country that has put such a premium on Liberty. May we keep that blessing alive in the years to come.

Let us all lift a glass and toast to that which has been, that which is and that which is yet to come. May all our friends who have gone before us enjoy the music and dance in Valhalla. Skoal!

So, What’s Next?

Are You Ready?

It appears that a nasty planned bad economic future is in sight. Are we one day closer to a meltdown?

What Happened?

Too Many Lies

Epic Failure

Dog Days of Summer

Happy Independence Day

When Men Were men

Destroying the Nation

Why Are Dems Fighting So Hard?

Riot Season Is Here

The Created Crisis

Who’s Really Running Things?

Doubling Down on Dumb

Lack of Democrat’s Integrity On Full Display During Impeachment Trial

The Dumpster Fire President

The Purge Continues

A Strange Day

Armed Protests?