Monday, March 27, 2017

On the Fact that Among the Sites that Harvard University Has Deemed to Be Fake News Is

So, the people who saw through the WMD narrative from day one is fake news but the outlet ("The New York Times") that peddled the bullshit and rallied the country to get behind a totally unnecessary war isn't? Yeah, I would say that that is majorly fucked up.

On Scott Pelley Chastising Mike Cernovich Last Night on "60 Minutes" for the Latter's "Mrs. Clinton Has Parkinson's" Story

While I agree with Pelley that this story was way too conjectural and that Mike probably should have sat on the thing (the fact that the main source for it was a doctor who never personally examined Mrs. Clinton), I don't seem to recall Pelley or any other mainstream media "court reporter" calling out the numerous leftists who claimed that Mr. Trump was "insane" based on equally flimsy evidence. Hm, I must have missed it.........................................................................................................P.S. I also can't help but think that Pelley was driven a wee-bit by jealousy in that Cernovich has nearly 30 times as many Twitter followers as "60 Minutes" and that he was simply trying to discredit the guy but whatever.    

On the Doltish Congresswoman, Maxine Waters, Recently Accusing Vladimir Putin of "Advancing Into Korea (North or South, the Bitch Didn't Specify)" -

............with the sole purpose of this moron's continued presence apparently being to make Nanci Pelosi and Elizabeth Warren seem cogent by comparison. A job well done.

On the Fact that Bullshit Artist, Brian Williams, Still Has a Career in Journalism

If you can call working for MSNBC, "a career in journalism", I guess.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

On the Fact that Some of Donald Trump's Critics Are so Moronic that They Actually Believe that the Dude's Sons Killed a Woolly Mammoth, a Saber Toothed Tiger, and a Triceratops

   Yes sir, that's a special kind of stupid.

My All-Time Favorite American Impressionist?

Yeah, for a long time it was Frank Weston Benson followed closely by John Singer Sargent. But ever since I found out about North Shore artist, Marguerite Pearson.......Please, check her out -

Nice, huh (with more beautiful pieces at -

Saturday, March 25, 2017

On the Fact that Just Prior to the Civil War (According to Komozi Woodard's Seminal Volume, "A Nation Within a Nation"), Racism Was So Nasty in the Northern State of Illinois (Lincoln's Old Stomping Grounds) that the White Inhabitants There Actually Threatened a "War of Extermination" if the Black Citizens (and, No, There Weren't that Many of Them Because of the Stringent Black Codes) Were Given Equal Rights

Not surprising in that as most of the evidence shows, the North was a far more racist region (one of the reasons that they got ride of slavery first - in addition to those relative to climate, economy, etc. - was that they simply didn't want to be around black folks) and, yes, a far more dangerous one, too (the fact that blacks could be arrested and punished for just about everything; including simply passing through some of the states).