Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Evolution of an anthem.

The Soviet National Anthem in Russian.
The American Communist Party version sung by Paul Robeson in 1949. Note the praise for Stalin.
Updated for Obama sixty years later.

Teacher’s arrest over future school shooting novel suggests antigun hysteria

Sounds like collectivist insanity to me.

A note, not addressed to Governor Malloy, but one which he should grasp before it is too late for all of us.

Attempt To Disarm Citizens Would Lead To “All-Out Civil War”

A Missed Anniversary. "The victor will not be asked whether he told the truth."

Sick as a dog this weekend for the most part, I missed the 75th anniversary of an incident that opened the ball on World War Two and that I wrote about five years ago: False Flag: "The victor will not be asked whether he told the truth." -- the 70th Anniversary of the "Gleiwitz Incident"

“Let Us Pray to God that He Infects All Members of NRA With Ebola”

The thing to remember about collectivists is that they define "peace" as death or imprisonment of all those who disagree with them. Of course invoking God to achieve that mass murder called "peace" doesn't strike any of them as ironic. In any case, references to God are throwaway verbiage at best, for they don't truly believe in God any more than they believe in peace. Their one true god is power over other human beings.

Too true.

The only thing that can truly stop Malloy at this point is Mike Lawlor's KGB file.

The Shifting Dynamics Of The Governor's Race

Monday, September 1, 2014

Rough night.

More later. Sorry.

Dead Elephant Party Follies in Pennsylvania.

A death by suicide.
The challenge Pennsylvania conservatives will face after Governor Corbett’s likely loss is how to deal with an anti-reform legislature that is apt to remain under GOP control thanks to creative gerrymandering. In the past, too many conservatives have cut them slack and allowed the party to retain quiet insider control in Harrisburg. But Corbett’s loss would be a wake-up call that the status quo is dragging Pennsylvania’s economy down and alienating the Republican party’s base.

Armed woman repelling attackers refutes evil demanded by gun-grabbers

The bottom line, and this is something the antis will never address directly, is they would rather see a woman brutalized, raped and killed than armed.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

A Friend of The Family Responds To Sons Of Guns Arrest

As does one of the victims.

Who Gets Shot in America?

The paper offers a highly valuable account . . . of how gunshot injuries are unevenly distributed throughout the population.

Contradictions. "They have a right to do anything we can't stop them from doing."

"Catch-22 says they have a right to do anything we can't stop them from doing."
"What the hell are you talking about?" Yossarian shouted at her in bewildered, furious protest. "How did you know it was Catch-22? Who the hell told you it was Catch-22?"
"The soldiers with the hard white hats and clubs. The girls were crying. 'Did we do anything wrong?' they said. The men said no and pushed them away out the door with the ends of their clubs. 'Then why are you chasing us out?' the girls said. 'Catch 22,' the men said. All they kept saying was 'Catch-22, Catch-22. What does it mean, Catch 22? What is Catch-22?"
"Didn't they show it to you?" Yossarian demanded, stamping about in anger and distress. "Didn't you even make them read it?"
"They don't have to show us Catch-22," the old woman answered. "The law says they don't have to."
"What law says they don't have to?"
-- Catch 22 by Joseph Heller.
No one likes a hypocrite – which helps to explain why thinking people increasingly tend to dislike cops. They routinely ignore or violate the laws they spend their days forcing us to obey. Everyone, for example, has seen cops insolently ignoring the posted speed limit. Frequently, while not wearing their “safety” belt. Insolently, because they are well-aware that they can do both with impunity, since we have no legal power to pull them over.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Another alternate universe heard from.

Ferguson isn’t about black rage against cops. It’s white rage against progress.

Why am I not surprised?

FBI National Domestic Threat Assessment Omits Islamist Terrorism

Supply and demand. Get 'em before the civil war breaks out.

If You’ve Ever Wanted An “Evil Black Rifle,” Now Is The Time To Buy

Cluster coitus in the desert. Well, I guess we should be grateful that Border Patrol marksmanship doesn't seem to have improved over the years.

Just spray, pray and blast away until you scare the brown cheese out of them. Maybe they'll crap their pants as badly as you crapped yours.
Border Patrol agent fires at armed militia member.

Subverting the leviathan press the old fashoned way with a new fashioned twist.

Some seditionist old fart speaking at the July 4th parade in Westcliffe, CO, earlier this year.
It is with embarrassment that I am just now getting around to discharging some promises I made to myself and others on my trip in July out to Colorado. One story that I was fascinated to learn was that of George Gramlich's Mountain Publishing and the Sangre de Cristo Sentinel.
Like many rural places scattered across the country, the "traditional" community newspaper in Custer County, CO, was and is operated by owners with a decided liberal and Democrat party bias. Starting on 4 July of last year, Mountain Publishing was founded to provide a counterweight to this long-standing collectivist monopoly. As the paper proudly declares, the Sentinel is:
A newspaper to serve the good people of this county, surrounding counties and our neighboring communities located along the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. A newspaper with a conservative voice. A newspaper with "A DIFFERENT VIEW FROM THE SAME MOUNTAINS" than what is available now. A newspaper for all liberty and freedom loving citizens and patriots. We believe this is a much needed "CHOICE" in these beautiful, mostly rural, areas of Colorado. The Sentinel (also knows as a Sentry) is a Guardian. He watches over, protects, informs and warns us and others of danger. There are many current dangers to our liberties, freedoms and rights. So, first, we need to be informed, then we need to stand up for and be prepared to protect these liberties, freedoms and rights. Lastly, we need to remain vigilant. This newspaper will be our Sentinel and help us all do that.
And the amazing thing is that this weekly has been remarkably successful, with a business model that can be duplicated, I think, with good results in other places. With a lean and mean staff of just three paid staff and many willing volunteers, when I was there it had built up a circulation of 1100 that reaches well beyond the county, which according to the 2010 census had a population of only 4,255!
Printed on the presses of the nearby Pueblo Chieftan, in July the Sentinel had subscribers in 30 states all the while providing hard copy news and opinion to the local market. As George told me, "We provide a conservative/libertarian voice that isn't available in the liberal-owned papers that usual dominate in most areas. We cover local scandals that otherwise wouldn't be covered." Gramlich added with pride, "We have harnessed the power of the press" to the discomfiture of local politicians and especially the local Democrat party.
Instead of cursing the collectivist darkness, George urges others to emulate their success. "Get off your ass, start your own paper, and make it happen."
George welcomes inquiries from others interested in starting their own versions of the Sentinel. The Sangre de Cristo Sentinel and Mountain Publishing Company, Inc. are located at 610 Main St., Westcliffe, CO 81252. Their phone number is 719-783-3360.