Saturday, September 30, 2023

On U.K. Home Secretary, Suella Braverman, Admitting What Those of Us with Half a Functioning Brain Have Known for Years, Namely, that "Multiculturalism Has Failed"

And it's apparently gotten so bad in England that they're actually planning on deporting some of these opportunistic shits. They're also going to significantly tighten up the asylum process so that only actual asylum seekers and not fortune-seekers end up getting approved. You can only push people so far, it appears, and good on this gal for giving us the hard truth. Refreshing, isn't it?

On Governments Wanting You to Uncritically Ingest Their Bullshit and if that Means Destroying Fellows Like Russell Brand Who Get In the Way of this Fascistic Behavior, oh Well, I Guess

The British ramrods behind this jihad (putting pressure on Rumble to demonitize Mr. Brand so that he can no longer make a living - nice, huh?) directed at Brand are asserting that it has to do with the recent rape accusations directed at him (due process losing its pizzazz in Great Briton, it seems) but I don't know, if I had to put some money on it I'd probably say that it has much more to do with Mr. Brand exposing some of their bullshit templates. I mean, it isn't as if they don't have a track-record already on this stuff (Bret Weinstein, R.F.K. Jr., Dr.s Malone and McCullough, etc.). You know?

Friday, September 29, 2023

On the Fact that I Would Trust a Random Set of Names from the Schenectady Phonebook to Handle Our Country's Foreign Policy More than I Would Mike Pence, Nikki Haley, or Chris Christie (All of Whom Would Start a Dumb-Fuck War Simply for Fun, I Believe)

Neoconservatism has become one of the most disgraced and discredited philosophies of my entire life and yet we have three major party candidates running for President espousing this bullshit and doing so with every bit as much zeal as Richard Pearl and Paul Wolfowitz did when they were out destroying nation-states. So much for never again, huh?

On a New Real Clear Politics Poll Showing that Three-Fourths of Registered Democrats Favor the Government Limiting "Hateful" (as Defined by Parasitic Psychopathic Idiots In the Biden Administration, I'm Assuming) Social Media Posts

Troubling, to say the least, but what's even more troubling is the surprising fact that 50% of registered Republicans agree with them. You like your civil liberties? Enjoy them while you can in that these effing miscreants want to take them from you (at the point of a gun if necessary, I'm guessing).

On Those Disgusting Teachers Who Go Out of Their Way to Tell Grammar-School Kids Who They Shag, Who They Vote for, and In Certain Instances What They Think of Their Parents

I had a bit of a crush on my 7th grade English teacher (rather bitchy at times but extremely pretty, I thought) but I knew my limitations back then and, thank God, so did she. Compare that to today and, youza, huh?

Wednesday, September 27, 2023

On the Fact that Trump Was Far Worse For the Coffin and Body-Bag Industries During His Time as President than His Four Blood-Dripping Predecessors Were and the Dude Hasn't Gotten One Ounce of Praise for it Yet (Save Perhaps for a Few Principled Liberals Like Jimmy Dore and Glenn Greenwald)

I suspect that most (open-minded) people who've read my posts over the past seven years know that I am light-years from being a Trump fanatic (yes, I voted for the guy in 2020 but that was mostly because the Democrats had gotten ridiculously radical). I just don't lose my shit over the guy and will give him some credit when he deserves it (being the first President since Jimmy Carter to not start a new war, for example). There's no need to reinvent the wheel here, people. 

Tuesday, September 26, 2023

On Arlene Dahl from Her 1956 Movie, "Wicked as They Come" (the Top Picture a Still from the Movie, the Bottom One a Publicity Shot)


Dahl was an OK actress who made very few memorable movies but I don't give a shit, the lady was sick hot and the deft way that she played the "kitten" in this and several other movies ("Slightly Scarlet", for example) was more than adequate for me. Hell, yeah.

On Hard-Left Idiot, Gavin Newsom, Losing Sleep that His Children Are Talking About Dangerous Purveyors of Misinformation and Disinformation (What About Malinformation, Don't Forget About that One, Slick - and, Yes, that's a Hair Joke) Like the Dastardly Jordan Peterson and Joe Rogan

Can you just imagine being those kids, being taught to never question orthodoxy, to believe that the best way to win an argument is to censor your adversary, to use idiotic bromide-stained lingo to express yourself, to constantly accuse other people of what you yourself are (in this instance, a bullshit specialist)? It's gotta' royally suck, I would guess.

Monday, September 25, 2023

On Thomas Sowell Never Hearing a Gun Go Off as a Young Fella' Growing Up In 1940s Harlem (Walter Williams Gave a Similar Account Growing Up In North Philly)

And back then the black poverty rate was more than three times greater than it currently is (, a strong INVERSE correlation (poverty CAUSES crime, we've been led to believe). Clearly we need to look at different variables, such as, I don't know, maybe the fact that out-of-wedlock births back then were a quarter of what they are now. Seems like a plausible place to start, no?

On the Fact that War-Whoring Against a Nuclear-Armed Power While Simultaneously Pimping for a Highly Corrupted Pharmaceutical Industry......Is No Way to Travel Through Life, Son

Capiche (and, yes, I'm of course directing this at Rachel Madcow)?

Friday, September 22, 2023

On the Weapons Charge Being Levied at Hunter Biden Being the Only Offense that Has Nothing to Do with His Pops

How convenient is that? Pretty damned, I would say (this along with all of the other "coincidences").

On the Fact that Even Though the President's Staff and and the Secret Service Coordinate with Him Prior to a Speech and Give Him Specific Instructions as to Where to Go After the Speech (Ditto, Getting Off of a Plane, etc.), at Virtually Every One of These Events We See President Biden Walking Around Aimlessly Afterwards

 Yeah, this is textbook 25th Amendment stuff but the Dems are in a tight bind here, leave the guy in office and allow the deterioration to continue or promote the dumpster fire, Kamala. I suspect that they're simply trying to buy time until the campaign begins in earnest, talk the fellow out of running again, and insert an alternative such as Newsom, Whitmer, or one of the other dimwitted governors (this may necessitate bribing Harris with a Supreme Court gig, the Attorney General job, or whatever in that she is clearly not an option).......Of course there could also be a Plan C, D, etc. and that shit I could only imagine. 

On "Big Boob Positivity" Making its Debut Appearance

First off I was never cognizant of a "Big Boob Negativity" thing going on in our society (the lion's share of fellas' that I've known over time have always been down with major jablanskies). Possibly I missed it.

Sunday, September 17, 2023

On Climate Change Catastrophists Never Mentioning the Fact that Weather Related Fatalities Are Down by at Least 95% Over the Past Century

If it doesn't instill fear among the population, they have no use for it (particularly when it instills the exact opposite emotion), because as we all know, frightened individuals are much, much, easier to control.

On Recently Bing Told by Some Random Female that She Was TRIsexual

Pretty sure that she was just trolling me but in today's ludicrous atmosphere you can never be 100%, can you? 

On a Young Isabelle Huppert


It's was once stated (by Charlton Heston, I believe) that Claudette Colbert was France's greatest gift to our country (metaphorically, of course). Maybe but at the bear minimum Isabelle makes for a very nice stocking-stuffer, wouldn't you say?

Saturday, September 16, 2023

On Hall of Fame Football Player, George Blanda, Leading the AFL In Interceptions for Four Consecutive Seasons (from 1962 to 1965), Including a Staggering 42 In 1962

I have to give the guy some slack in that he did throw somewhere in the neighborhood of a million passes that year. It was also the old AFL which was not just far more pass-happy than its competitor, the more established NFL, but a league that also specialized in the "bomb" (deep pass, for you youngsters), a high risk, high reward strategy that often ended in an interception. So, yeah, Blanda wasn't alone in having this problem (stars like Hadl, Namath, Kemp, Parilli, and others all had more picks than touchdowns back then) but, still, 42, WOW!

Friday, September 15, 2023

My "Keep Me Up at Night" Presidential Matchup?

 It isn't Trump versus Biden (though that pairing doesn't exactly give me the warm and fuzzies, either). My nightmare is Nikki Haley duking it out with Kamala Harris, 'cause what do we have here, a warmonger with no conscience whatsoever versus a total effing moron who's only where she is because she banged a guy 80, 90 years older than her? No thanks, I'll pass. 

On Mitt Romney Proclaiming that He's a Proud Member of the "Wise Wing" of Today's Republican Party

  Wow, that's funny 'cause I've long had the dude pegged as a shameless member of the opportunistic grifters and douchebags wing of that particular outfit. Agree to disagree, I guess.
   And, I'm sorry, but anybody who refers to themselves as wise is probably an asshole. Romney just being the latest. 

On the Fact that Politico Did a Story In 2019 with the Title, "How 'Middle Class' Joe's Family Cashed In On the Family Name"

  Sooooooooooo all of this shit went away in 12 short months? But even if it did, the statute of limitations on financial crimes goes back a little bit farther, I would guess.
   So why did Politico do a hard-hitting piece on Biden in 2019? My guess is that they wanted to cook his goose in the primary due to the guy's perceived moderation and the likelihood that he'd be a shitty candidate and push for someone else......but now that he's the President it's a whole different ballgame. Logical, no?

Thursday, September 14, 2023

On Nikki Haley Going from Having a Scant $15,000 In the Bank to Currently Having a Net Worth of $8 Million

Some of it came from her book (which for some bizarre reason people bought - sex-starved  30-somethings on Wall Street, I'm guessing) and that's fine but $2.3 million for 11 speeches in 2022, $300,000 for her brief stint at Boeing, and $700,000 for "consulting fees", those things I do find a bit curious. To steal a phrase from President Truman (it's actually debatable whether he said it or not, but for the sake of argument let's go with it), "Show me a man (or a woman in Nikki's case) that gets rich by being a politician, and I'll show you a crook." 

Wednesday, September 13, 2023

On the Heartbreaking Story of the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians and the Black Hills - Quick Addendum

  Having gotten the easy part out of the way, it's also instructive to point out that Native-Americans themselves (the Sioux, especially) perpetrated a lot of these same atrocities on other Native-Americans. And if you don't trust me, here are a few receipts.
   "One would think that (after having watched the movie, 'Dances with Wolves') the Sioux were a peace-loving group of people who only fought when their enemies, in this case the Pawnees and the whites, pushed them to the brink. The fact is that the Sioux were the most numerous and powerful tribe on the northern plains, and they thought nothing of removing other Indians from their traditional territories by force." James Welch (a person who is half Native-American himself and a strong advocate for his people) from "Killing Custer", 1994.
   "Those lands once belonged to the Kiowas and Crows (he also could have added the Pawnees, Mandans, Hidatsas, Iowas, and Omahas but, yes, their treatment of the Crows and Kiowas was particularly heinous), but we whipped those nations out of them, and in this we did what the white men do when they want the lands of Indians." Black Hawk, a Lakota Sioux warrior, 1875
   I include these passages not to throw shade at the Lakota or to let the U.S. government off the hook. I'm only trying to add what I always try to add; context and perspective. The truth of the matter is that this was how nations were born in earlier centuries (one could also say that in certain cases it's happening as we speak - in the Middle East, for instance) and to only hold one group of people accountable for these sins of the father seems exceedingly unfair. There, I said it.


The Difference Between a Democrat and a Republican (the Political Class, Not Regular People)?

Oh, that's an easy one. The Democrat will stab you in the face and the Republican will stab you in the back.......So always stand sideways (in their presence), I guess.

Tuesday, September 12, 2023

On the Heartbreaking Story of the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians and the Black Hills

   While it's true that both parties violated the Treaty of 1868 (Better Known as the Laramie Treaty), the American government's forceful pilfering of the Black Hills was easily the most egregious of the violations. It of course all started with the discovery of gold in that area circa 1873 (President Grant wanted to get the country back on the gold standard and so the Black Hills clearly gave him a woody), the flooding in of miners looking to become rich overnight, and the Indians unsurprisingly not appreciating this invasion. Needless to say, the latter  went on the warpath (literally) killing as many of the unwanted pilgrims as possible. Unfortunately for these Indians, it also gave President Grant the pretext to send in the cavalry and before you knew it we had Custer's last stand (AKA, the Battle of the Little Big Horn) and the final chapter of the plains Indians. If only they hadn't found that damned gold (though, yes, Sherman, Custer, Grant, Sheridan, etc. would have no doubt come up with another excuse to clear the northern plains of these "savages" - it was simply how they were wired).      

To the 7 or 8 Fair-Minded People Who Still Endure MSLSD, I'm Asking You, Please, Watch this Impressive Young Black Woman, Compare Her (as Objectively as You Can) to the Al Sharptons and Joy Reids of the World, and Ask Yourself, Who Ranks as a Better Role Model for Young Black Children?

   That's it, just that one simple task and, please, don't rush through it.

Monday, September 11, 2023

On Crippling the Canadian Economy Through These Idiotic CO2 Restrictions and Then Outsourcing the Industries that Cannot Function On Unreliable, Diffuse, and Resource-Intense Green Energy Boondoggles Over to China Where a) the Pollution Problems Are Much Worse (Their Scrubbers Are Vastly Inferior) and b) They're Going to Use Hydrocarbons Anyway

 This is what you get when you elect an individual as deranged, idiotic, and psychopathic as Justin Trudeau (the Gavin Newsom of the north); policies that if ever fully implemented will result in death and suffering on a level not seen since WW2. And all for what, nothing. Great job, Canadian people, you've got yourselves a winner here. 

On Trump Having Clearly Stated, "I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT THE NEO NAZIS AND WHITE NATIONALISTS, THEY SHOULD BE CONDEMNED TOTALLY" and Idiots Like that Asshole from the ADL Still Referring to the Dude's Post Charlottesville Comments as "Equivocating"

 Trump slings around bullshit. I'm not disputing that (but is the guy actually lying or does he simply not know anything and shoots from the hip not even thinking?). But the lies that have been tossed at him are much, MUCH, MUCH  different in kind in that the only purpose of them has been to destroy the guy (that he colluded with Russia, that he's this huge fan of the KKK, that he's the only politician to have ever challenged an election, that he spearheaded an insurrection by telling the protesters to march peacefully/patriotically, etc.) and, I'm sorry, but that's just pure fucking evil.

On Chuck "The Destroyer of 'Meet the Press'" Todd Recently Interviewing Gavin Newsom

 Let's just put it this way. It wasn't exactly Albert Einstein interviewing Niels Bohr.......if you're catching my drift.

Friday, September 8, 2023

On Nikki Haley Tipping the Scales at 7% In a Recent Republican Primary Poll

Or as I prefer to call them, the chomping at the bit for thermonuclear war segment of the Republican establishment (Chris Christie's been courting these sociopaths, too, but he only clocked in at 2%, the poor bastard).

On the New CEO of Twitter Bandying About Such Chilling Lingo as "Freedom of Speech but Not of Reach (so I Can Climb to the Summit of Monument Mountain and Scream Out, "Fauci's a Liar" but I Can't Post the Sentiment On Twitter Where Folks Can Actually Read it, In Other Words)" and "Awful but Lawful (a Category as Determined by the Usual Corrupted Miscreants, I'm Assuming)"

  Yes, I get it, Elon needs to start drawing advertisers back to the platform but, come on, capitulating to this level (installing the same type of cretin who ran the outfit before and who would fit the bill ever so nicely with Klaus Schwab and his minions). Knew that it was too good to last.....................................................................................................P.S. And maybe Mr. Musk didn't know this but there are a plethora of non-woke companies out there who would love to put ads on Twitter. For example - Pure Talk, Publix, Lending Tree, Duck Duck Go, Jockey, Hobby Lobby, Goya, Black Rifle Coffee, Association of Mature Citizens (an alternative to AARP), Ashley Furniture, Home Depot, 4Patriots, and Oracle. Hopefully at some point he'll discover a few of these.

On the Fact that While F.W. Benson Has Clearly Done More Beautiful Works, the Mood and Starkness On this One I Find Particularly Alluring

Here, check it out.

Thursday, September 7, 2023

Tuesday, September 5, 2023

On Conniving Amoral Neocon Scumbags and Warmongers Like Brett Stephens, William Kristol, and David Brooks Heaping Praise On Nikki Haley After Her Disgusting Performance at the Recent Republican Debate In Which She Championed the Carnage Taking Place In Ukraine and Saber-Rattled at the Communist Chinese

 And these reprobates are so insulated that they fail fathom that the base of the present-day Republican party isn't the same as it was a few decades ago. Of course, if your main instinct has always been to slaughter and ask questions later, they likely can't help themselves, huh?  

On the Fact that John Podesta's Insane Election Integrity Project Actually Had One Scenario In Which the Entire Western Coast Would Secede if Trump Got Reelected In 2020 - Democrats' 'War Game' for Election Includes West Coast Secession, Possible Civil War (

 The craziness obviously didn't happen because Trump lost (I guess, 'cause I just don't know anymore) but being that Garland's Justice Department has displayed the capacity to be creative, resourceful, etc. when it comes to going after Trump, there's probably a little something there (in terms of illegality), wouldn't you say?

Monday, September 4, 2023

On Ann Sheridan Making 27 Movies In a 4 Year Period (1937, '38, '39, and '40)

 Yes, it was early in her Hollywood career and some of the films were B caliber in which she didn't even have the lead, but I don't care, that's a lot of effing movies. The oomph girl most definitely.

On an Unhinged Nikki Haley Arguing In the Debate that Ukraine, a Corrupt Country Halfway Around the World, Is "America's First Line of Defense" and Then Only a Couple of Minutes Later Saying the Same Exact Thing About Israel

Relying on talking-points is pathetic on its own but when use them repetitively, indiscriminately, and awkwardly you've pretty much disqualified yourself from any government job north of dogcatcher. In my estimation.

Sunday, September 3, 2023

On the Shameless Propagandist and Warmonger, Nikki Haley, Trying to Put Some Lipstick On Our Disastrous Ukraine Policy by Arguing that We've "Only" Spent 3% of Our Defense Budget On the Fiasco

Assuming that her figure is correct (a huge assumption in that her recent track-record is littered with bald-faced lies; Assad gassing his own people, for example), 3% of our grossly over-bloated Defense budget is still a lot of fucking money and the fact that it really hasn't brought about anything even remotely resembling a success, sorry, but I gotta' call, bullshit, yet again on this lady.  

On Ann Sheridan's Cuteness Level in the 1938 Classic Film, "Angels with Dirty Faces" (Co-Starring James Cagney)


Extremely elevated would be my rating (and I seriously doubt that I'm flying solo you can plainly see).  

On Obama Opposing Gay Marriage Until the Public Acceptance of it Reached 51% and Then Magically Changing His Mind to the Affirmative

And while I can't read the guy's mind, I'm reasonably certain that he always supported it privately (in his discussions with Michelle, for example). Just didn't have the gonads to say it out loud.................................................................................................P.S. And, no, he isn't the only Washington politician who's acted this way (Romney, the world heavyweight champion of it). I just found this example particularly blatant (in an era of virtue signaling, LGBTQKelomenopee, etc.), that's all.

Saturday, September 2, 2023

On What the Feral Leftist Lunatics Might Do If Trump Ever Gets Plugged

Dance in the streets? Immediately venture to Twitter and start shitting all over the fella'? They're certainly not gonna' mourn, are they?

Friday, September 1, 2023

On 1940s British Film Star, Joan Greenwood


I rated her a 9.9 (I dinged her a .1 for only being 5'1")......and what is it with these British beauties from the 1940s? There's almost an endless supply of them.