Sunday, December 31, 2017

The Packers: Pretenders to Professionalism

Maybe next year.  Or the year after that.  Maybe.

Bush Wrong, JPII Right?

Some remember the clear, near-strident warnings from Pp. John Paul II about invading Iraq.  Since Catholics are not simply anti-war as are the Quakers or Jehovah's Witnesses, there had to be something more than mere 'war' driving JPII's concerns.

Well, there was.  Here is an essay/partial transcript of an interview with John Zmirak.

...Zmirak framed Saddam Hussein as a lesser of several evils with respect to competing forces – namely Islamists – vying for control of Iraq. Toppling Hussein, he added, facilitated subsequent persecution and ethnic cleaning – including mass rape, sex-trafficking, and murder campaigns – of Christians by Islamist groups such as ISIS.

“Saddam Hussein was a sponsor of terror against Israel, he was a brutal dictator, but he was a secular ruler,” Zmirak explained. “The ancient Christian communities of Iraq … were safe under him. Part of his bolstering of his secular reputation was protecting those communities.”...

How did Bush proceed?

....“The Bush administration showed absolutely zero concern for the Christian communities of Iraq,” said Zmirak. “And we’re not talking five or six hundred people; 1.3 million Christians lived in Iraq when the Iraq War started, and they have lived there for two thousand years. They were some of the earliest Christian communities in the world. Way before there were Catholics in Rome, or before Constantinople existed, there were Christians in Iraq.”

Seventy-five to eighty percent of [Iraq’s Christian communities] were ethnically cleansed while George Bush was president, while he was commander-in-chief, while he ruled that country as absolutely as Kim Jong-un rules North Korea. He didn’t care,” Zmirak stated....

People in the US tend to think of the Vatican as some sort of 7th century collection of nice old buildings and artworks populated by collared geezers who speak Latin and who cannot operate a cell-phone.  In fact--if you stop to think about it--he Vatican has the single largest HUMINT operation in the world and might actually have something useful to add to the DeepState's NSA-intel.

Clearly, JPII knew something that Bush did not.

Worse, Bush didn't give a rat's ass.

Saturday, December 30, 2017

OMG!! The Russkis!! The Russkis!!!

Fourteen Deep State residents don't really like free speech.

So they call it "Russian interference."  Because Trump was elected.


For us Deplorables, however, the story is a little different.  Clearly, the Russkis colluded with the Mullahs and succeeded in electing the Communist Muslim Obama.  Twice.


Bend Over for More Corn-A-Hole

Why sure!  The corn-a-holers are now looking for E-15.

Starve Mexicans and ruin your engines, all in one fell swoop.

Friday, December 29, 2017

Who Elected This Bozo?

Apparently this guy won at least one election

...Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.) told CNN he disagrees with Trump because the Russia investigation "speaks to our transparency in many ways."

"The fact is the Russians meddled in our elections... they meddled throughout the world, and it's important that this be investigated both by Congress and by Director Mueller," Dent said. "I think Director Mueller has been he is a man of integrity. He has been fair. And we ought to let him do his work and lets see what he finds before we all jump to conclusions."...

Dear Congressman Dumbcluck:  I don't know about "Republicans," but I know that conservatives support LEO's who unfailingly act with integrity.  That would exclude the former Director/FBI, the current #2 banana therein, and several layers of the Justice Department.

As to "meddling":  when did this come to you?  It's been going on since Stalin, and of course, we do the same.  So by all means, send Putin a nastygram.  See if that stops him.  Maybe you should go over there and confront him face-to-face.  That'll show him!

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Mapping the Swamp? You May Drown Just Trying


An outfit called "open the books" has published a 35-page pamphlet about our dear (in BOTH senses of the term) FedGov.

Here's a snippet from IBD's review:

...The work force that the government directly employs costs just over $1 million per minute, or more than half a billion dollars a day. And that doesn't include the more than two million people employed by the Defense Department or on active duty....

Yes, it gets worse.   Average FedGov employee gets 30 days/year of FULL PAID LEAVE.  Reading just the IBD item is enough to cause violent projectile puking.  Read at your own risk.

Monday, December 25, 2017

Yellen: "This Time, It's Different"

Usually, those four words are spit into the wind. And usually, the result is the same:  "No, it's NOT!" and "Your face is wet!!!"

...economists are worried about one indicator that is often a harbinger of recession: the yield curve.

That curve is getting tight; the 2 year/10 year rate-spread is down to only 51 basis points.  So what does Ms. Yellen have to say?

..."There are good reasons to think that the relationship between the slope of the yield curve and the business cycle may have changed," Yellen said in her press conference last week....

Umhhnnnnn huh.  This time it's different. OK then.


May this event and His presence light and bless your lives in the coming new year.

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Into the DeepState Tank With "Red" State

Next thing you know, Erikson will be writing "golden shower" fakenews for his old employer, CNN.

This site has gone "nevertrump" and has engaged in girly-pout incessantly.  Here, some creature attempts to defend the most indefensible McCabe so that he may retire while sucking the tit of the taxpayer forevermore.

I guess near-insurrection and sedition deserves rewards in the "mind" of RedState, eh?

Royal Family Lacks Testes?

Vox reports on a development which--actually--is a metaphor for most of Western Europe.

Fortunately, "Western" does not include Poland, Austria, Czechoslovakia, nor Hungary.  So there is hope for Europe, which comes from the east (heh.)

Why is Brett Hundley in the NFL?

The Green Bay Packers have had a lengthy run with Aaron Rogers at QB; based on his performance and stats, he should be in the Hall of Fame on first ballot, and on the Lambeau Field Ring of Honor as soon as he retires.

The Packers are spoiled; remember that Rogers replaced Favre, another superstar QB.

So being spoiled, they drafted a kid to be #2 to Rogers, just in case.  And then, this year, the "just in case" arrived.

Ugh.  Ted Thompson should hope that THIS is not the legacy he's remembered for.

At Lambeau, Hundley's QB rating was just north of 59 (FIFTY NINE!!!!!!) going into last night's utter disaster against Minnesota.  As usual, Hundley overthrew about half his passes.  As usual, he had to run out of the pocket to gain yardage.  And even that didn't bring the Packers within field-goal distance for one of the league's premier kickers.


He's probably a nice kid, and yes, he can run.   He's been docile, sitting on the bench and apparently absorbing NOTHING from Rogers, or even from opposing QBs.  In the games that the Packers did manage to win with this nice young fellow at QB, he awakened in the last 10 minutes of the game, which is not really a good time to figure out where you are and what you're supposed to do.

Meantime THIRD string QB's are winning games for--among others--Minnesota.

(If you think that I'm being mean, check out Silverstein's remarks here:  THOSE are mean.)

Rumors are that Capers is in his last season.  Maybe he'd like to take a nice, docile, QB with him to his next assignment?  Please?  Pretty Please?????

Whine for the IRS!

Due to the ugly AM radio Sunday programming hereabouts, and with some intention of understanding the Leftoids of our world, I usually listen to NPR for a couple of hours on Sunday mornings.  This unfailingly presents opportunities for blog-mockery.

Today's Big Whine?  We should all feeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeellllll sorry for IRS employees who will have to implement the regs occasioned by the tax cut law.  After all, the IRS did not have any input to the law and the Evil Trump tossed them this hand-grenade only 6 days before it will go into force.

All together, now.....................................WWWHHHHHIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNe.  (Insert low siren sound here.)

Listeners were also told that the morale in the IRS is very low because since 2010, they have had shrinking budgets and less people. 

SHRINKING BUDGETS, OMG!  LESS PEOPLE!!!!  OMG2X!!!  That will certainly get a wild outpouring of sympathy from anyone in retail, service, or manufacturing industries, no?  You can hear the Sympathy Choir now, no??  

Oh, wait!  No, you CAN'T hear a Sympathy Choir?

(Other observers may think that IRS' morale problem has to do with being associated with corrupt, criminal, selfish and highly partisan pissants and crapweasels, but then, that's just my opinion and that of ~60 million others.)

As I said, listening to NPR is an occasion for blog-mockery.  You should try it, but I counsel you:  do NOT be driving at high speeds, nor drinking coffee while listening to these people.

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Yes, the Original Was Chant, Silly!

Stolen from CMAA.  Lots of credit due its anonymous authors.image

Friday, December 22, 2017

RoJo!! Sensenbrenner!! Pay Attention!!

First of all, Merry Christmas to you, your families, and your staff.  I'm not always nice to you but--just like during WWI--it's Christmas and we can take a break.

Now to business.  Found this today at PowerLine:

...And the fact is that if the GOP hopes to survive politically Republicans would be insane not to go for prosecution on as wide a scale as possible. You can’t allow coup conspirators to skate. In our political environment you hafta be careful–and maybe that’s what’s going on at DoJ–but in this situation they’ve gotta be relentless....

Seconded.  Go for it, hard.  VERY hard.  And no namby-pamby Sandstone day-camp.  LEAVENWORTH, hard labor, interrupted only by involuntary coitus with MS-13 members.

Get the idea??

McCabe Scores ZERO For Credibility

So this is what passes as "investigatory excellence"?

McCabe, the #2 Feeb, testified to the House about the Trump dossier.  You remember that, of course, It told the story of Trump's stay in a Moscow hotel where he had requested whores to pee all over the bed.

Right.  That one.  The one John McCain personally took to the Feeb offices.

So McCabe, still smarting from his wife's loss in Virginia despite $several $hundred $thou in contributions arranged by Friend of Hillary Terry McAuliffe, shows up to talk about it.

...On a number of occasions, when asked about what in the dossier had been corroborated by the FBI, McCabe gave answers such as — these are not precise quotes — I can't answer that, or I don't know how to answer that. Indeed, that was McCabe's answer when he was asked for the most important piece of information in the dossier that the FBI had been able to verify.

At one point, McCabe was reminded that another top FBI official had months ago told the House that the bureau had not been able to corroborate the dossier. McCabe's response was noncommittal.

After the questioning established that McCabe would not verify any substantive allegation in the dossier, he was asked if he stood by its veracity. McCabe said he did....

OK.  So the Feebs could not verify one damn thing here (except that some schlub went to Moscow once).  Not one damn thing.  But THAT is the foundation for a $$Bazillion-dollar investigation run by another FEEB, because this FEEB says 'Yah, the report, it's really accurate, ya'know.'

Offhand, I'd say that we're overpaying this guy by about 100%.

By the way, there's no reason to think that the FEEBs can't do this to you, or anyone you know.  That ought to leave you sleepless at night.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Yeats on Today

Another one right across home plate from Crisis.

After demonstrating that the War on Christmas is alive and well--and not a fiction invented by O'Reilly to make money--the author quotes one of Yeats' more chilling verses:

We live on the threshold of an age that savors pushing Christianity and its real heritage out of North American public life and culture. Yeats foresaw it 98 years ago: 

“The blood-dimmed tide is loosed and everywhere
the ceremony of innocence is drowned
the best lack all conviction while the worst are full of passionate intensity
and what rough beast … slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?”

That rough beast has already been born and we are in danger of its appetite right here, right now.

Civil War in the US? There Will Be Consequences!

Noted, with a smile.

...From an economic perspective, I think it is fair to say that the left would have a bigger problem than the right. Cities cannot feed themselves under any conditions, and what food could be grown on America’s resource-starved farms would be gobbled up by people nearer and dearer to the farmers. Leftists would have to both secure vast territories around their urban strongholds and relearn from scratch the generations-lost art of food production. Liberal enclaves stranded in the hinterland would simply be untenable. We, on the other hand, would be critically short of new Hollywood movies. Without a steady supply of the works of Meryl Streep and Matt Damon, millions of conservatives would instantly drop dead from boredom – that is, according to Meryl Streep....quoted at ColdFury

Based on my wife's habits, the real crisis will result from not having Hallmark Channel Christmas movies.

Growth Economy? Maybe

Z-man ponders and scrivenates about long holidays and vacation time.

In the midst of that, he hits a grand-slam:

...We are a society where work is less and less important, because we have an excess of everything. There is a limit to how much stuff people want to buy....

Umnnhhhh.....yes.  And that, my friends, is (partially) why GDP is growing at a measly 3 or 4%.  The other part is even more significant:  there is no real-WAGE growth.

The tax bill may be helpful, but there's a need for demand, and there's little demand when there's little wage, and little to 'wannabuy.'

More--and Less Useful--Stuff on Fr. Greiten

[We're updating this post, so it will address two different editorials on the topic of Fr. Greiten and Abp. Listecki.  The first editorial is from LifeSite; the second is from New Ways Ministry.]

1)  Generally speaking, I like what LifeSite brings to the table.  They are decidedly counter-cultural in this culture of Mammon, Material, and Death.  But in the Fr. Greiten/homosexual/Abp. Listecki case, LifeSite has gone into screed territory.  Too bad.

The essay has good and bad points, of course.  LifeSite is correct to point out the propaganda-bomb  timing of Fr. Greiten's announcement AND his lengthy 'me, myself, and I' ode to narcissism published in a notoriously anti-Catholic rag.  Yah, that smells very bad.  Greiten is so busy self-obsessing that he doesn't mention little things like Christ, reconciliation, penance....yah, it's smelly.  But Greiten's biggest problem is that he's been seriously manipulated, which tends to show that he's not very bright.  (That shows in the New Ways item, too).

On the other hand, LifeSite is very displeased that Greiten did not explicitly affirm his personal chastity.  I know that being "celibate"--which Greiten mentions prominently--is not the same as being "chaste."  Celibacy implies, but does not affirm, chastity.  But is LifeSite looking for a nationally-circulated confession of sins from Fr. Greiten, or an affirmation of sinlessness?  That's a bit voyeuristic, no?  On that one, I'll give Greiten the benefit of the doubt, acknowledging that there is plenty of doubt to be had, but looking again at his not-so-bright decision to go public.

But LifeSite's cannon-fire is really directed at Abp. Listecki, who issued a study in anodyne writing responding to the matter.

Umnnnhhhhh.....why slam Listecki?  What is HE supposed to do?  He didn't ordain Greiten; Greiten has not committed any publicly-known grievous sins.  Should Listecki send Greiten to Bolivia?  South Dakota?  Just from a pragmatic point of view, that creates a vacancy and Listecki has very limited reserves.  The Packers have more reserve running backs than Listecki has reserve priests.

It's possible that Fr. Greiten will act out further, of course.  He's "out" far enough now; if he's smart, he will sit down, shut up, and be chaste. 

We'll see.

2)  As to the New Ways Ministry item, it is crucial to bear in mind that the outlet is completely opposed to Church teaching on all matters homosexual and tranny.  IOW, they have an agenda, and they are very good at pushing it through subtle lying and straw-man tactics.

The first thing to understand is this:  there is a VERY big difference between 'support' of Greiten as a human being (which Listecki does) and 'support' of homosex activity (which Listecki clearly does NOT.)  But NWM is smart; they know that bannering "support" will confuse a lot of folks.

The next thing to understand is that NWM also deliberately confuses matters (as does Greiten, by the way) by insinuating that "the Church" is aggressively inimical to homosexuals.  

...For priests, coming out as gay can be risky.....when priests do come out, there are still risks involved. Few church leaders encourage gay priests to be public about their sexual orientation. In some cases, priests who come out can be punished...For example, Warren Hall, a gay priest from the Archdiocese of Newark....

Blah, blah, blah.  This is the "They're all MEANIES" crap we've come to expect from the Professionally Aggrieved who, not by coincidence, all seem to despise natural law

And it is bullshit.  Hall was a homosexual activist, was told to shut up, refused to do so, and was kicked out.  And yes, Bishops do not "encourage" priests to yap about their orientation, no matter what it may be.  They also do not "encourage" priests to yap about their political leanings, or their preference of alcoholic beverages, nor boxers v. briefs.  Priests have FAR more important things to "express" about, such as salvation, repentance, sin, mercy.  Here again, we note that Fr. Greiten bit into the manipulation-apple, thinking that he would be a shining example of "goodness," when in fact, he handed a propaganda opportunity to some very, very, bad people.

Keep 'r' movin'.....

...More church leaders voicing their support for gay priests would allow more priests to come out, a healthy and life-giving decision for them and for the Church. Unfortunately, such public support is unlikely to appear soon....

That is an assertion without any evidence whatsoever, outside of psychobabble therapeutics.  NWM is showing its stark, raving, fear that homosexuality remains a grave disorder for priests and therefore is NOT "expressed" publicly.  NWM needs flesh upon which to feed, so it fantasizes that having more "out" homosexual priests is 'healthy' and 'life-giving.'  It's the opposite, but that's not in the interests of NWM and its allies.

In the end, this is much LESS a story than the Homosex Activists want it to be.  A priest in a small parish in a small Archdiocese says he's gay; his Archbishop says that he will be respected as a human being.


Dreamer-Lovers to Shut Down Gummint!

This is a new twist.  Some Congress-slime now "threatens" to shut down the Gummint if DACA recipeints do not become amnestied.

Because "dreams."

Well, now, Mr. Curbelo, here's a proposal:  forfeit your pay until the big DACA amnesty.  Put your money where your really large gas-emitting hole is.

But I wouldn't mind a shutdown of EPA.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Shut Up, Delegate Norton

Another monstrous waste of time, money, and energy--proposed by a Lefty!  (Surprise!!)

D.C.'s delegate to Congress wants to create a national commission tasked with studying sexual harassment and finding ways to combat it in workplaces across the country.

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) will be introducing legislation, her office said, to create the commission that would report back to Congress on "recommended changes in law or regulations and best practices for preventing, training, investigating, responding to and punishing sexual harassment in the private and public sectors."...

Nah.  Just train women on handgun use.  There.  Solved THAT problem!

Chai Feldblum: The Poison, and a Pill, Too

The PowerLine people are up in arms over this one.

...Feldblum has been renominated for an EEOC slot as part of a package deal, and those who know Feldblum best are saying that Republicans have been hoodwinked into renominating her.

Some Republicans, apparently including some inside the White House, think it’s fine to put an activist radical on the EEOC in order to get two more Republicans confirmed to the EEOC.

But Feldblum is no ordinary radical. As one lawyer familiar with EEOC practice tells me, “she’s worth three Republicans” because of her radicalism and willingness to fight to transform notions of gender, family, and life....

Like Trannies-in-your-daughter's-bathroom, for example.

The speculation is that the Health, Education, Labor committee members are afraid of the NYSlimes and NPR.  Or that maybe they're just kinda stupid.

I'll give you a far better reason:  most of these creatures are uniformly opposed to right order.  How about some names?  Scroll all the way to the bottom of this page and prepare to puke. Violently. 

Lamar Alexander.  Tammy Baldwin.  Hatch.  Murkowski.  Isakson.  Roberts.  Fauxcahontas.  Sanders.  Franken.  Caine.

Yah, I know.  They were elected.  So was--briefly--Hillary Clinton, and for longer, B. Hussein CommieObama. 


The Newest Racket: "White Privilege Counseling"

While Global Warming is--by far--the most lucrative racket of the last 20 years, the "white privilege" racket is a contender.

...That’s what I suspect is at the root of the white privilege nonsense. Rather than locate an actual bad white man and haul him into the public square to be pilloried, they have invented this miasma they call “privilege.” It’s not actually privilege, as in a special right or immunity from certain laws. Instead it is a mysterious force that can only be realized through a set of sacred rituals. A shaman of sorts, usually called a diversity counselor, guides the white person through the process so they can see their privilege....

The shaman/shawoman/sha-whatever collects their fee, plus expenses, and departs, usually first class ticket.

This racket is closely connected to the other one, the "sexual harassment" racket.  Since "sexual harassment" can ONLY be perpetrated by men--the majority of whom in this country are white--the fees double.  Expenses may double, too.  Who cares, when it's in pursuit of equality?

Another Jackwad Attorney

Can't really improve on JJ Sefton's description of this execrable hypocrite:

Sally Yates the former assistant AG and current insurrectionist is now speaking about the rule of law.

Is it harassment to slap the shit out of this dame?

The "Best and Brightest," Huh....

Walter Williams is a lot of fun to read.  But sometimes it's gruesome, too...

...The number of war dead pales in comparison with the number of people who lost their lives at the hands of their own governments. The late professor Rudolph J. Rummel of the University of Hawaii documented this tragedy in his book “Death by Government: Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1900.” Some of the statistics found in the book have been updated.

The People’s Republic of China tops the list, with 76 million lives lost at the hands of the government from 1949 to 1987. The Soviet Union follows, with 62 million lives lost from 1917 to 1987. Adolf Hitler’s Nazi German government killed 21 million people between 1933 and 1945. Then there are lesser murdering regimes, such as Nationalist China, Japan, Turkey, Vietnam, and Mexico.

According to Rummel’s research, the 20th century saw 262 million people’s lives lost at the hands of their own governments....

Got the picture?  The Communists win the Kill-em-All race by a mile.  So how do our "best and brightest" react?

...W.E.B. Du Bois, writing in the National Guardian in 1953, said, “Stalin was a great man;... George Bernard Shaw described [Hitler] as “a very remarkable man, a very able man....John Kenneth Galbraith visited Communist China and praised Mao and the Chinese economic system. Michel Oksenberg, President Jimmy Carter’s China expert, complained, “America [is] doomed to decay until radical, even revolutionary, change fundamentally alters the institutions and values.” He urged us to “borrow ideas and solutions” from China....Anita Dunn, President Barack Obama’s acting communications director in 2009, ... said, “Two of my favorite political philosophers [are] Mao Zedong and Mother Teresa.

Trust me, Mao and Mothere Teresa have NOTHING in common.  Anita Dunn is a dummy.

Anyhow, the "best and brightest" have a track record:  they love mass-killers who are in Government. 

Vote carefully.

"Assent of Mind and Will"? Not Necessarily

Generally speaking, Catholics must give 'assent of mind and will' (obedience) to the authentic magisterium of the Church, whether "infallible" or not. 

But not always.

...“Authentic Magisterium” does not in fact mean “dogmatic,” and if the believer observes, in a reasonably evident manner, a precise opposition between a text of this Magisterium and the divine law of the Church, after accurately studying the matter, he may licitly suspend or negate his assent to the papal document.   This doctrine is found in the writings of the most authoritative theologians, such as Fr. Hugo von Hurter...

Not surprising that this discussion arises over Pp. Francis' "The Joy of Sex" (Amoris Laetitia) encyclical and its follow-on document from the Bishops of Argentina.  The link is to a mid-length essay responding to Canonist Ed Peters' legal-flavored discussion of same.


*DOOM* For Milwaukee Real Estate??

Which will be first?  Abandoned $500K homes in metro Milwaukee falling down from disrepair, or global warming setting them all on fire??

Mike Ruzicka, of the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors, says “we are very concerned with the implications on residential real estate with the tax bill.”

“Not being able to deduct over $10,000 will impact a lot of people,” he said. “It relates to the cost of housing.”

As he puts it, the “nickel and diming” effect of this provision would make certain homes slightly more costly by a few thousand dollars, edging some out of the buyer’s position.

“It raises the bar for getting over the hurdle to get a home -- that will cause people to stay in apartments longer,” he told

Yup.  Borrowing more than $750K to buy a house will cost you.  Man, that's horrific.

Another Murderer Set Loose by Milwaukee Judge

This stuff is commonplace in Milwaukee.

Durley shot and killed a guy because Durley pulled a U-turn and the victim t-boned his car--because the victim couldn't stop on time.  Name-calling and murder ensued.

So Durley gets to the monkey "court."

...The criminal complaint in this case shows Durley was previously convicted of two other felony offenses including second degree sexual assault of a child.

Durley made his initial appearance in court on Sunday, December 17th. He is due back in court for his preliminary hearing on Friday, December 22nd. Cash bond has been set at $15,000....

$15 large.  Sure, that's a deterrent.  /sarcasm

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Why Trump's Strategy May Fail

On the whole, Trump's national strategy (yesterday's speech) was regarded as GREAT, except by the usual ninnies and nannies, mostly (D), some (R), peppered with a boatload of Communists.

But it may not work.  Why not?

Lyman Stone, an economist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, writes at Medium about what he’s calling “the great baby bust of 2017.”

The latest official estimate—taken from two-year-old data—puts the U.S. fertility rate at 1.84. In other words, the average American woman will have just under two children in her lifetime. This is well below the replacement rate, or the average number of children necessary to keep a country’s population from declining.

Actually, it's worse.

...Using monthly birth data from 2016 and 2017, he suggests the birth rate in America has plummeted to somewhere near 1.77 births on average. His graph of American fertility since 2008 looks like a double diamond ski slope.

Millennials—who right now are in their prime childbearing years—are the ones mainly driving this downhill trend

Japan, Italy, and Germany will soon cease to exist as nations due to the No Baby problem.  The USA will dodder along for longer, but only because of immigration, whether legal or not.  Of course, immigration has problems, too, beginning with assimilation.


Monday, December 18, 2017

Obozo, the Drug-Runners, and Democrats in Congress

So yesterday we learned that Obozo the Communist kissed the ass of the Mullahs in Iran by allowing their military (Hezbollah) to make a market in cocaine in the USA.  That way, Obozo the Communist could get the mullahs to sign a treaty or something.

Did some member of your family become an addict, or die, as a result?  Tough shit.

Anyhow, there's a little more to the story.

...Politico has demonstrated that Hezbollah was laundering narco-terror money through used car dealerships. The Awans owned a used car dealership and obtained a loan from a man who, according to a former CIA official, had connections to Hezbollah in Lebanon. 

Does this prove that the Awans were laundering money for Hezbollah’s narco-terrorist operation? No. It is only suggestive.

However, the suggestion seems worth looking into. The Awans handled IT for leading House Democrats and, though this work, had access to highly sensitive intelligence information. Indeed, they performed IT services for at least three members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and five members of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs were among the dozens of members who employed them on a shared basis....

The Awan boyzzzz were favored by Pelousy and she had the gall to threaten the Capitol police chief with his job if she didn't get her (compromised all to Hell) computer back.

What lovely people these Democrats really are!!  Frankly, ass-grabbing is the very least of their moral failings.

Trump's Speech--Just in Time

Trump spoke today about the necessity of the US competing successfully in the world economy, not just "partnering" to achieve "comity" with countries whose real objective is to overtake the US economically (and then, militarily).

This couldn't come at a better time.

...If the economy is so solid, and the job market is so historically tight, how come it’s now skirting a technical real wage recession, and why is the paycheck slump for manufacturing now nearly two years old?
My term “technical recession” doesn’t exactly match the standard version of an economic downturn – two straight quarters of contracting output. But it’s pretty darned close: at least two straight quarters over which some indicator (in this case, inflation-adjusted wages) has dropped cumulatively....
The real wage data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reveal that this is exactly the situation for the entire private sector. (These real wage data don’t include public sector workers since their paychecks are mainly determined by politicians’ decisions, not by market forces.) Since June – five data months ago – constant dollar hourly pay is down 0.56 percent. Indeed, this measure of compensation has now decreased for four straight months. One more and we’re in technical recession territory....

The Clinton/Bush/Obozo Globaloney schemes--which translate to Importing Deflation--have begun to bite, hard, and it's not just manufacturing.  Services, particularly retail, have also been hit hard on the wage front over the last few years.

Good to see that somebody gets it....

Ball's In Your Court, Leah

Club for Growth is supporting the guy who was a Marine.  (That's the sum total of his campaign so far, folks....)

Anyhow, they're no fans of Leah Vukmir, and they fired for effect here.

...Vukmir has increasingly demonstrated a penchant for big government over the free market, as well as a brazen disregard for taxpayer dollars. With this kind of attitude, it is likely that a Senator Vukmir would stand with the D.C. establishment in supporting debt limit increases, corporate cronyism, tax increases, and pork projects. After all, she supported all of these polices in the state legislature....

There are quite a few examples of that behavior in the letter.


Has-Been Threatens US

Really, Eric?

You and whose army?

WMC on the Wrong Side, As Usual

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (the Chamber of Commerce) is now running ads which are very deceptive (imagine that!!) concerning 'property taxes' and how Republicans are going to raise same on the poor little mom & pop merchants and therefore jack up the cost of everything so you can no longer buy a can of beans and you will die.

What a crock of crap.

Here's the (very simplified) issue.  National big-box stores (not mom, pop, and the kiddies) do not want to pay adequate property taxes on stores they vacate.  They claim that since the store is not operating, it is not producing revenue, and therefore it is "over-valued" by local assessors because assessors value the property based on its revenues as part of the formula.


When you sell your house and it is un-occupied for 2-3 months before the buyers move in, do property taxes cease?  Hell, no! 

"Well!  It's not used for anything, right?  How can it be taxed??" you say.

Glad you asked!!!  You know why those taxes do not cease?  Because the building (and land) still requires a certain amount of services.  It still takes up space which COULD be otherwise useful, and fully taxed.

As to your eventual starvation because of "higher prices", yadayadaydada......Crock of Crap #2!

When BigBox underpays its property tax, YOU make up the difference in YOUR property taxes.   (Unless the city reduces its spending, of course.  Hah!!  Just joking)  So would you rather starve to death because BigBox is stealing from you, or because BigBox charges you more for crap you don't really have to have (72" TV, anyone?)

The Chamber of Commerce has overplayed its "You Will STARVE!!!!" tagline again and again.  They've used that crapola to justify illegal immigration (or a 'legal' slave-labor/temporary-worker) because if they have to pay actual market rates for labor, grapes will cost $50.00/lb., or something.

Of course, if you are unemployed due to illegal/slave-labor, you don't care what grapes will cost because YOU CAN'T BUY THEM ANYWAY.

This crap is the same crap they've used for importing cheap China-made stuff (like cars!) and exporting good jobs to Mexico, China, and Korea.

Call your legislator and tell them To Hell With WMC.  Shove it right back into their face for a change.

MKE Priest: "I'm Gay!"

Ordained in 1992, so this isn't exactly a shock.  While a lot of Catholics blame +Rembert Weakland for everything wrong with the Church in Milwaukee, this man began his studies while +Wm. Cousins was the Archbishop of Milwaukee. his predecessor, Wm. Cousins, had serious problems in the seminaries.  Under Cousins, both the major (college and post-grad) AND the minor (high-school) seminaries were infested with homosexuals--administrative, teachers, and students.  Not much changed during Weakland's reign.*

The linked item is very carefully written, of course.  One gets the impression that the priest has never engaged in any homosexual conduct, and of course we fervently hope that that is true!!  At the same time, it is notable that Benedict XVI repeatedly banned homosexuals from ordination (and from seminaries).  Benedict was no dummy.  To have homosexuals in the priesthood is analogous to having women joining men in combat in the military.  Lots of downside risk.  Lots.

No matter what Father Greiten says, the fact is that homosexuality is a grave disorder.  Some homosexuals handle it pretty well; others do not.  We will also question Cozzens' speculation that 25-38% of Catholic priests are homosexuals.  Since about 5% of the general population is so afflicted, a 5X-7X multiple would be an extreme outlier, to say the least.

UPDATE:  The priest has his own page and has Somatic Experiencing.  Or something.

*A close reading of Fr. Greiten's story hints that his minor seminary years were spent at St. Lawrence near Fond du Lac, WI.

(Personal footnote:  I was present at the groundbreaking for St. Bernadette parish, the first pastor of which was Fr. Ahrens who went there from St Mary/Elm Grove.  Small world...)

Kleefisch Warning

Maybe Joel Kleefisch is modeling his hunting after Dick Cheney's?

Probably smart to keep one's distance when he's armed.

The Gerrymandering of Alabama?

Our less-than-bright Wisconsin Democrats should pay attention to this item.

Democrat Doug Jones won the Alabama special Senate election, 50 to 48 percent...even as Jones won, he carried only one of the state’s seven congressional districts....

Huh.  Must be gerrymandered, eh?

Sorry, but only a second-class tuna or an angry (and ignorant) Democrat can make that argument.

...[Alabama is truly gerrymandered] only if you believe that following the prevailing interpretation of the Voting Rights Act is underhanded. That doctrine is that redistricters must maximize the number of “majority minority districts,” which in the case of Alabama means maximizing the number of black-majority districts....

...Jones’ 50 percent of the votes enabled him to carry the same number of Alabama’s seven congressional districts — one — as Hillary Clinton’s 34 percent enabled her to carry. But Jones got 47 to 49 percent of the two-party votes in four other congressional districts. If his performance came to be the new normal, Republicans in those districts would be very vulnerable to Democrats....

Maybe Wisconsin Democrats want to repeal the Voting Rights Act, or its prevailing interpretation?  Be our guest.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Obama Screws Americans (Again)

I don't know what the mullahs have on Obama, but it sure worked.

...the Obama administration derailed an ambitious law enforcement campaign targeting drug trafficking by the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah, even as it was funneling cocaine into the United States, according to a POLITICO investigation....

It's about time that Obozo is frog-marched into a courtroom.  He doesn't have much in terms of balls--he'll break easily.   Unless Mooch shoots him first.

Replay Refs Change Games

Green Bay was robbed because the replay refs awarded a TD to the other guys.

Pittsburgh was robbed because the replay refs took away a TD in the closing seconds.

NFL viewership continues to slide.  Surprised??

For Dave in Madistan and Charlie, Wherever He May Be

Blaska remains a never-Trumper as does Sykes.  (I assume that about Charlie because I never heard nor saw anything more about him after his stint at MS-LSD.)  RedState is becoming an embarrassment on the level of Joe Buck, to mix it up a bit.

Here's Klavan to help them get it.

...People almost never adjust the way they look at life. It would mean risking their sense of their own wisdom and virtue.

This is why so many pundits both on the left and right are completely blind to what happened this year in politics....

He's being gentle, which we all should be, as it is the Christmas season.

...Donald Trump — a political neophyte, a New York loudmouth who plays fast and loose with the truth, a massive egotist and a not altogether pleasant human being — has delivered conservatives one of the greatest years in living memory and has made our government more moral in the process....

...After a year of Trump, the economy is in high gear, stocks are up, unemployment is down, energy production is up, business expansion is up and so on; ISIS — which took more than 23,000 square miles of territory after Obama left Iraq and refused to intervene in Syria — is now in control of a Port-o-San and a book of matches; 19 constitutionalist judges have been appointed and 40 more nominated; the biggest regulatory rollback in American history has been launched (boring but yugely important); the rule of law has been re-established at the border; we're out of the absurd and costly Paris Accord; net neutrality, the most cleverly named government power grab ever, is gone; our foreign policy is righted and revitalized; and a mainstream news media that had become little more than the information arm of the Democratic Party is in self-destructive disarray. If the tax bill passes before Christmas, it will cap an unbelievable string of conservative successes....


There are some troubles remaining, of course.  Trump seems to think that the deficit and the national debt are features, not bugs.  And he does have that troublesome Progressive-Moronic couple, JarVanka, hanging around pestering him with really stupid ideas.  He has NOT built the wall, nor has he eradicated Socialist Medicine and the Pocahantas Board.

Next year in Jerusalem??

...Our government is more moral now. How is this possible when Trump has sex with Vladimir Putin disguised as a Russian prostitute, when he kills and eats black people in his spare time, when he hates women and goes into insane temper tantrums fueled by 48 cans of Diet Coke a day?...

...Trump has made our government more moral by making less of it: fewer regulations, fewer judges who will write law instead of obeying the law, fewer bureaucrats seeking to expand the power of their agencies, less money for the government to spend on itself....

Uhmmhhnnmmhhhh.....well.....that's really a 100-year project, assuming that there is no armed insurrection to push it along further.

But yes, he's done well.  Arguably better than Cruz would have and CERTAINLY better than any of the others who thought they were up to it.

OMG!! Putin Talked to Trump!!!

Better call Pencil-Neck Schiff so he can leak wrong stuff to CNN.

Here's the RIGHT stuff:

...Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday phoned President Trump to thank him for a tip from the CIA that thwarted a terrorist attack being planned in St. Petersburg, the Kremlin said…

Putin told Trump that the information provided by the CIA allowed Russian law enforcement agencies to track down and detain a group of suspects that was planning to bomb the centrally located Kazan Cathedral and other crowded parts of Russia’s second-largest city....

He owes us a solid.

I Beg You, Joe Buck




Kitty Cat or Really, Really, Big Cat?

A small discussion has emerged about whether the cat in the linked story/video is a cougar or just "a large housecat" as the Wisconsin DNR has said.

You be the judge.

Rubio Gets Funding for Illegals

Little Marco seems to have only one enduring objective, which is to give lots of aid and comfort to illegal aliens.  And he managed to pull off another one last week--by screwing larger families!

...The conference bill includes language from the Senate tax plan that allowed parents of so-called “anchor babies” to receive the tax credit.

“In order to receive the child tax credit (i.e., both the refundable and non-refundable portion), a taxpayer must include a Social Security number for each qualifying child for whom the credit is claimed on the tax return,” the bill states.

Jan Ting, a professor of law at Temple University, wrote an analysis recently about the Senate bill’s language.

“Because of birthright citizenship, any children born to illegal aliens become automatic U.S. citizens. Thus, illegal aliens can still receive billions of dollars in tax credits for their U.S.-born children,” Ting wrote in a post on the Center for Immigration Studies website.

Existing law allows taxpayers with a Taxpayer Identification Number to get a refundable tax credit, which many illegal immigrants reportedly have....

I'm confused.  Is Little Marco a United States Senator, or a Senator from Illegals?

So you may ask: how did Little Mario pull this off?

Simple.  Your 16-year-old will not be your child when he/she turns 17!!  See?? 

Trump To Take on China

Finally, someone who gets it.

...American and Western elites had facilitated China’s ascendance through political negligence, said Bannon. Decades-old predictions of China’s integration into the global economy cultivating political liberalization in the communist state, he added, had not come to pass.

Chinese mercantilism and central planning, said Bannon, had been reinforced over time as a function of Western elites’ openness to China’s joining of post-WWII Bretton Woods international economic system – contrary to the aforementioned predictions from “geniuses” of inevitable democratization in the communist state...

"Geniuses" which included Tricky Dick Nixon and Henry Kissinger, by the way.  And of course, the US-based profiteer-enablers such as the "Big Three" of Detroit and a variety of aerospace/electronics/weapons manufacturers.  Think of the technical giveaways of the Clinton regime

Quoting Bannon's speech directly:

...China has become more and more wealthy, and yet it has become more of a mercantilist authoritative system. Their business model is total rejection of free market capitalism. Their business model is a total rejection of the international rules-based order that American taxpayers underwrite with their dollars, and the young people in America – the working class young people in America – underwrite with their blood....
What China needs is a populist revolution, but they don't have the Second Amendment.

We'll see how this shakes out.  Trump's revolution is only beginning.


Yes, The Deep State Committed Treason

This item is interesting because it fits in with everything that has been made public so far, and because there is no good reason to discount it.*  It is VERY important to understand that this was done NOT BECAUSE TRUMP, but because Hillary--that is, the objective was to extend the extreme corruption of Obama, both domestic and international, using the doddering old bag as the instrument.  Trump just happened to be the nominee.**  (And why Wisconsin is a part of this!!)

From the beginning it was a set up to find dirt on Trump campaign insiders and if possible to topple Donald Trump’s presidential aspirations.

Before and after the 2016 election. And while this operation had many moving parts and alternating players, the mission to unseat Trump never changed. And it remains ongoing.

Paul Manafort was wiretapped. Cater Page was wiretapped. Donald Trump Jr. was wiretapped. Jared Kushner was wiretapped. Gen. Michael Flynn was wiretapped. And likely there were others.
And none of it was very legal....

There's a bit more explanation of who was involved, and then we get the top-of-the-fold names on the soon-to-be-issued (don't we all hope?) indictment:

...The Deep State caretakers involved are familiar names: James Comey (FBI), John Brennan (CIA), James Clapper (ODNI), Loretta Lynch (DOJ), Jeh Johnson (DHS), Admiral Michael Rogers (NSA). And then-director of GCHQ Robert Hannigan who has since resigned from the esteemed British spy agency....

Below the fold:  Treasury, DHS, and Preet Bharara, who thought he was going to remain in place as a very significant traitor-mole.

Read it all, folks.

*If you want to discount it, think of disinformation.  That's always a possibility.
**It's entirely possible that this treason would have been committed against ANY (R) nominee; the methodology was already tested by Francis Schmitz, Kevin Kennedy, John Chisholm, Asswipe Falk, other Statist criminals, and co-operating judiciary.  Here, there were no wiretaps that we know of.  Yet.

Saturday, December 16, 2017

This Is Sykes' New Network Home, No?

So here we are, cruising the interwebs, and up pops an MSLSD video.

Charlie Sykes appears on this network, too.

The FEEBS: Not Just Crooks, But STUPID Crooks!!

It's a two-fer--actually, a three-fer.

You get Stoopid FEEBS #1 and #2 texting about their immoral and illicit screwing and panting. 

Then you get Stoopid FEEBS #s 1 & 2 texting about #1's desire to overthrow the Trump Presidency--and #1 bragging that he has the plan to do so.

Finally, you get Stoopid FEEBS (both of the morons) doing that while in all likelihood being monitored by foreign intel.

"Intel"? you say?  Yup.  Because Stoopid FEEB #1 happens to be the #2 in the FEEB "counter-intel" department.

If it were a criminal offense to be stoopid, both these horny jackwads would be in Leavenworth until their skeletons turned to powder.

A Feature, Not a Bug!!

Some are unhappy with the Trump Presidency.

Over 700 employees at the Environmental Protection Agency have quit or taken early retirement during the Trump administration so far, bringing the agency close to employment levels not seen since Reagan....


Friday, December 15, 2017

The FEEBS: Lying, Hiding It, Lying Again

The President visited the FEEB academy today to speak at graduation.

Wonder how it feels to step into a foot-deep lake of raw these kids are going to do.

Anyhow, the FEEB Lying-School graduates are now stonewalling Congress AND the Office of Special Counsel.  That takes balls:  the FEEB Lying-School knows damn well that no "non-disclose" is owed to the FBI by Congress--nor by the Special Counsel.

Wonder if Comey's thinking about his life in Leavenworth.  And McCarthy.  And Strzok.  And Strzok's sweetie-pie/co-conspirator.

Leavenworth.  Maybe they'll get to meet their heroine, Hillary!!  And her retinue of lying bitches Abedin,  and Yates,'s a very, very, long list.

Comey/Strzok Collusion With Hillary Crime

What we have here is "collusion."

Hillary violated the Espionage Act with her toilet-server emails bearing compartmentalized intel.  That's obvious and clear to anyone with an IQ above freezing temperature.

Then Strzok and Comey--colluding with Hillary's CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS, moved a few words around in their "report" on the investigation.

...“The edits to Director Comey’s public statement, made months prior to the conclusion of the FBI’s investigation of Secretary Clinton’s conduct, had a significant impact on the FBI’s public evaluation of the implications of her actions,” Johnson wrote to Wray....

Prepare for nothing to happen.

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Bureau of Federal Killers (and Liars)

Through ColdFury, we are reminded of the FBI's actual history.

It ain't pretty, and it began back with Hoover.  They've executed a lot of people (without trial or conviction) and generally have worked only on behalf of the Establishment.  Slander, innuendo, and flat-out lying under oath are also a part of the Feeb Manual.  To them, you have no rights; all that "citizen" stuff you learned is crap.

IOW, don't trust them.  Ever.

So today's events are not new.  And you can expect that the overall direction of the FBI will never change, because that would mean that the Establishment had fallen.

The Lying Liars of Wisconsin's "Ethics" Board

It's too bad that the Wisconsin "Ethics" board employs a bunch of people that have no ethics at all.

But then, what do you expect from them?  Actual morality?

Robin Vos appointed one of the defenders of this bunch of lying liars. You should not be surprised:  Vos is a Major General in the Establishment Pubbie army.  So when he says that he's been "in touch" with his appointee so that he could 'better understand' the position of the Lying Liars Without Ethics, he's just greasing Jay Weber's rope.

Green Weenies Go Pubbie!!

The Green Weenies are attempting to get (R) support.

Scott Coenen, executive director for the newly formed Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum, says the group will target Republican lawmakers with educational outreach on the benefits of renewable and alternative energy sources....

Yah, well, maybe.  Coenen claims that windmills and sunshine are almost/nearly/not-quite/really really close to the costs of natgas/coal energy.  Almost/nearly!!  We'll assume that his "cost" figures include the enormous storage batteries which will be needed when there is no wind and/or it's cloudy, or night-time.  We're assuming that because we are nice guys.

Here are the rest of the suspects.  I know they are suspects because Tommy Thompson is on the list.

...Tommy Thompson; former state Rep. Mark Honadel; Matt Neuman, president of Neumann Companies and co-owner of SunVest Solar; Wisconsin Counties Association Outreach Manager Jon Hochkammer; Wisconsin Young Republicans Chairman Jake Margis; Ryan Owens, a UW-Madison professor of political science; and Debbie Crave, vice president of Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese in Waterloo......

Yup.  Tommy "stick-it-to-'em" Thompson, who loves Big Gummint and whose tax-for-Selig routine is still taxing everyone in SE Wisconsin.  Neumann likes solar, so long as HE gets the tax credits, and clearly, so long as he's selling the product.  We'll see about the rest.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Another Bigmouth From New York

Peter King considers himself to be The Arbiter of all right and wrong.

Well, he's a loudmouth from New York.  There are a couple of those circulating in the news.  But only one is the President.  And that President was advised by one Steve Bannon.

Peter King has a very good track record on abortion and a pretty good track record on gun rights.  But he's wrong--and dangerously so--on his "racism" flapjaw vis-a-vis Bannon.

Careful, Peter.

Dr. Ed Peters Forgets Propaganda

The estimable Dr. Ed Peters disputes Dr. R. DeMattei's take on "magisterial authority."

Peters is right.  Legally, the flapjaw from Pp. Francis and some Bishops around the world, is nothing but a dust-bunny.  It has no LEGAL, and little if any MAGISTERIAL consequence.

But I would gently remind Dr. Peters of the Bishops' Committee on the Liturgy dustup.  Rembert Weakland chaired the music sub-committee of BCL.  That committee--lacking a quorum--issued a "licet" on using hootenanny, guitars, etc. during the Mass.  Rembert did a happy-dance announcing same.

The proclamation had NO legal force; since there was no quorum, there was no licit vote, and the "permission" was invalid.


The proclamation was propaganda, and the propaganda prevailed.

With all due regard to Dr. Peters, that is the lesson to be learned.

Blaska and Me

Has anyone ever seen my wife and Blaska's wife in the same room at the same time?

...The Missus is binge-watching the Hallmark channel. If I hear one more cute kid’s piping voice exclaiming “the spirit of Christmas” I’ll go postal....

I feel your pain, Dave.

Trump Goes Off the Rails

PowerLine warns:  Trump & Co. is working to bend you over the table and take it.

...I reported on President Trump’s re-nomination of Chai Feldblum as EEOC commissioner. Feldblum is an LGBT activist and the architect of the Obama administration’s radical LGBT agenda, including its policy mandating that transgender individuals can use the restroom of their choice. She believes that in almost all cases where the sexual liberty of gays conflicts with religious belief, “sexual liberty should win because that’s the only way that the dignity of gay people can be affirmed in any realistic manner.” 

Now, a source tells me that the White House is pushing to have the Senate committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions vote Feldblum out of committee tomorrow during executive session....

Got Vaseline?  Because that's what will be required under the regime of Ms. Feldblum, a pervert with lots of Federal guns at her disposal.  This is rumored to be some sort of deal with Schumer, but it also fits neatly with the Jared/Ivanka worldview.  (One question:  how did Jared ever win his "Orthodox Jew" card?)

Tell your Senator that Mr. Trump can shove Ms. Feldblum up his own ass, thankyouverymuch.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

The Slimebags: Democrats and Statists, All

This is the national story:

...It now appears that an elaborate plot was crafted to generate phony accusations of dirty ties to Russia that would be used to get a FISA Court warrant to “unmask” members of the Trump campaign, and thereby enable spying on that campaign. We do not know how many members of that campaign were “unmasked” (i.e., spied on), but there are suggestions that the list ended up quite long.
Bit by bit, evidence is leaking out connecting the members of that cabal at senior levels of the Department of Justice and the FBI with shadowy operatives in the private sector....

Which happens to mirror, precisely, the Wisconsin John Doe story.  Lies were concocted to justify a "legal" investigation which turned into a wholesale compromise of ALL personal communications.  

Here, the commentariat forgets John Chisholm and the Kenosha judge-ette--a high-school pal of Francis Schmitz, by the way--in favor of Schmitz himself, and the rabid dog Falk in Madistan.  (Is he still on the State pay-tit??)

Don't forget any of them.  When you see them, be sure to spit in their direction.

Hey, Nihad! Just Go Away

The whine that goat-cheese cannot overcome.

Nihad Awad, executive director and founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), argued that President Trump is “empowering Christian religious extremism in the United States” by announcing his intention to move the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem....

(Meantime, CAIR is empowering Muzzie bombers in the US.)

..."He’s trying to create controversy strong enough to distract the attention from the fact that he and many people in his administration have been dealing a blow to our national interests, to our systems of governance,” he added. “He has been an embarrassment to our nation, an embarrassment to this White House and an embarrassment to our democracy.”...

Whose nation, Nihad?  Is it "your" Palestine or "your" USA?  Make up your mind, twit.  Or better yet, STFU and go back to "your" Palestine, wherever that may be.

Frau Kommandant-in-Chief??

Some woman blackrobe apparently thinks she is the commander-in-chief of the US military.

A federal court has ruled that the Trump administration must comply by January 1 with the Obama administration's 2016 policy of allowing transgender recruits into the military.

District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly's ruling denies White House attempts to prevent self-identifying transgender individuals from entering military service dating back to last summer.  ...

I must have missed that election.

Another US Attorney, Another Mistrial

Francis Schmitz, the voyeuristic ex-US attorney, is not the only US attorney who has problems with justice.  (Don't like the term 'voyeur'?  Ask Leah Vukmir about that.)

Anyhow.  In Nevada, the Fed prosecutor has earned the distrust of the court.

...U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro hinted a mistrial may be imminent after she recited a long list of evidence and witnesses that government prosecutors did not provide to defendants within an appropriate amount of time, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

The information withheld from the defendants, Bundy and three others, was “sufficient to undermine the confidence in the outcome of the trial,” Navarro said....

S'pose this Nevada prosecutor will retire on a taxpayer-paid pension with health bennies, too??

Monday, December 11, 2017

The Deep State: "We're All Married!!"

Y'all know that the #2 jackwad in the Feebs is married to a woman who took $$$umpty-thousands from McAuliffe, a Clinton crony, for her (D) campaign in Virginia.  So that #2 Feeb, ....well.....

Now we learn this:

A senior Justice Department official demoted last week for concealing his meetings with the men behind the anti-Trump"“dossier" had even closer ties to Fusion GPS, the firm responsible for the incendiary document, than has been disclosed, Fox News has confirmed: The official's wife worked for Fusion GPS during the 2016 election.

Contacted by Fox News, investigators for the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) confirmed that Nellie H. Ohr, wife of the demoted official, Bruce G. Ohr, worked for the opposition research firm last year....(Fox News quoted at AOSHQ)

Fusion apparently invented most of the contents of the "dossier" specifically to use against Trump.  Fusion was paid by the Clinton campaign (using the DNC as a cutout).

DOJ, supposedly led by a straight-shooting (R), lied like Hell to Fox News when asked about this piece of shit and his piece of shit wife.

And We Are Paying for Hospitalization....Because....????

Another Muslim, another terror attack.

This one failed, so we (trust me, WE the taxpayers) are caring for him in a hospital.


Ex-Jesuit Goes All "Prophet-y", Condemns Self

Jerry Brown is a former Jesuit.

That explains a lot about Jerry, who is also a slobbering panderer and first-order butt-kisser of Hollywood/Silicon Valley money-people. 

It's not surprising that Jerry has his very own foreign and immigration policies, not to mention his enviro-wack policies.  See, when Jerry left the Jesuits, he began worshiping some other gods.

In fact, he's become a prophet!!

California Gov. Jerry Brown doesn't think President Donald Trump fears God.

“I don't think President Trump has a fear of the Lord, the fear of the wrath of God, which leads one to more humility...(quoting from CBS News.)

The guy with his very own foreign policy, enviro policy, and immigration policy tells the President that the President 'needs more humility.'  

That from a guy whose State is burning down as we type.  So, Jerry, you have the ashes.  All you need is a little sackcloth. 

*Cough* Wasn't FIRE one of those 'signs of the wrath of God' Jerry?

The Communist Hypocrite Marches Today

We already know that Jacob Flom of the "Young Workers' Committee" is a Communist.  He'll be marching around today to protest a KKK lunchbox-sticker.  He's a hypocrite, of course, as you'll see below.

The Communist will have company.

...Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, NAACP, AFL-CIO, Voces de la Frontera, LULAC, Jewish Community Relations Council, the Milwaukee Dr. Martin Luther King Justice Coalition, Citizen Action of Wisconsin, Young People's Resistance Committee...

There's an old saying which is useful here:  birds of a feather flock together.

From what we know of the KKK, which is Senator Robert Byrd's homey-gang and the enforcement arm of the Southern Democrats from 1866-1960 or so, it is a despicable organization.  Members should be run out of town on a rail for their racist and murderous anti-Catholic stands.

Communists should be run out of town on a rail for their murderous anti-Catholic stands, too.

Goose/Gander/Sauce, Jacob, you f*&^%$g hypocrite.

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Actually, I Did NOT Write This Book

You can check with my family.  I know the principles very well.

HT AOSHQ, which has a long list of .....ahhhh......unusual.....books.

December 12 in USCCB-Speak

Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared in Mexico to a peasant whose Bishop was skeptical, until the Lady's cloak spilled a batch of fresh roses mid-winter.

That got the Bish's attention, and the Lady is now patroness of the Americas and the unborn.

But THIS year, the US Catholic Bishops were doodling their wish-list, and came up with a new reason for the feast-day:  the Lady is now "in solidarity" with the illegal immigrants.  (And the NOT-illegals, of course, but who cares about them, anyway??)

The USCC employs far too many people who have nothing much to do.  In the spirit of St Francis, they ought to sell that building, distribute the proceeds to the poor (such as the illegals), and send all the ex-employees out as missionaries to Bangladesh.  Or Eritrea.

About Jacob Flom, the Communist

Channel 6 found a "young workers' committee" union member who does not like KKK signage on worksites.

We don't like that stuff either.

But that "young worker" may--repeat, MAY--have an interesting background.

...I name names. Jacob Flom is a chapter president, and told me at the IVAW national convention last year that he’s a communist using IVAW to recruit veterans to his radical communist ideology. Oh yeah, he was in the air force for a little while after 9/11 and never left CONUS. He’s not even an Iraq vet...

At one time, the AFL-CIO had expelled all its Commie members.  Originally, they were separate organizations--but the AFL took over the CIO when it was clear that the CIO needed serious sanitizing.  Apparently the Commies are now welcome to return.  You can bet that Old Man Meany is spinning wildly in his grave.

Frankly, no Commie should be virtue-signaling any damn thing at all, and Channel 6---Ted Perry's bunch--should find someone else to interview.

Saturday, December 09, 2017

Shaver Was Murdered

.,..and screw the jury who found otherwise.  It's on video at the link.

The cop is a rogue, fired soon after the murder, and his sergeant is also rogue, has retired, and has left the country.  (That sergeant must have a long list of enemies, no?  Leave the COUNTRY??)

There are good cops, and there are these shitballs.

What's Wrong With the World, Fr. Rutler Style

Those of you who don't know from Fr. George Rutler are missing a real treat.  He's a Roman Catholic priest from the English tradition (speaks actual English!!) and very well-studied.  He is a priest in the NYC Archdiocese; a few years ago he was assigned to St. Michael the Archangel parish in Hell's Kitchen.  (Perhaps he was too straightforward with some bureaucratic poobah in NYC.)

Anyhow, to gather support for this parish from people who actually have money (not easily found in Hell's Kitchen) he sends out a sermonette every week.

Here's a taste of the current one:

...Our society has employed cleverness to justify moral madness, rationalizing a radical overhaul of social order as “hope and change.” George Orwell anticipated this in his “doublethink” which means holding two contradictory beliefs simultaneously and accepting both of them, so that, for instance, ignorance is strength, war is peace, freedom is slavery. Currently there are those who call censored speech “freedom of speech” and redistribution of wealth “income equality,” and who varnish anarchy as “resistance.” Infanticide is responsible parenthood, infidelity is independence, decadence is progress, common sense is bias, and natural law is hate speech....

...The same people who ask “Who am I to judge?” judge right judgment to be tactlessly judgmental, and they politicize the judiciary to appoint justices who will usurp the function of legislators. Certainly, our Lord forbids any attempt to judge the human heart or the fate of a soul (Matthew 7:2), but blurring the line between right and wrong, which the theologians call antinomianism, turns an entire culture into a raucous asylum


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Deep State in Wisconsin, Judiciary Edition

The judge appointed to oversee the fallout from the criminally-conducted "John Doe" seems to have a lot of sympathy for the Nazi-storm-trooper tactics of Schmitz, Chisholm,

At least, that's what he told Wiggy in a series of tweets back in the day.

But not to worry!!!  The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel managed to twist the story so that the judge is actually a Rightist-Klan kinda guy.

Trumpet Player Has Guts. Good!

This is unprecedented.  I've seen well over 100 symphony concerts live (and another few dozen on the teevee) and I've NEVER seen this happen.

A classical musician walked off the stage after a pop singer mocked a Christmas carol and criticized Republicans in the U.S. Congress. Manny Laureano, Principal Trumpet for the Minnesota Orchestra, made the silent protest during a Rufus Wainwright concert in Minneapolis’ Orchestra Hall on the evening of December 2. Wainwright,...

Actually, it's "DOOFUS Wainwright," based on the rest of the news story.  Doofus is a professional pain in the ass (in more ways than one) and virulent anti-Christian.

The trumpet player may catch Hell from the symphony, of course.  And he should toss it right back at them.

WI. "Ethics" Chief Doesn't Know from Fifth Amendment

The Deep State is in Madison, WI.  And--as Brad Schimel has shown--it is a criminal enterprise there, just as much as in Mordor-on-the-Potomac.

We note that the Wisconsin "Ethics" Board chair seems to have a problem understanding the Fifth Amendment.  The Fifth is what IS INVOKED when demanding right-to-counsel in a CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION.

...Halbrooks provided a timeline that showed the pair told DOJ they would have to talk to the commission before agreeing to the interview because it “previously instructed outside counsel before taking individual interviews.”...

...Halbrooks said DOJ wanted to speak with Bell and Buerger separately, which necessitated outside counsel because Buerger is the staff attorney who would otherwise represent Bell in such an interview.

“We had to have somebody there listening,” Halbrooks said, stressing, “There was no refusal to answer.”...

You want "listening"?  Buy a tape recorder.   

It wasn't "listening" you wanted, Halbrooks.

By the way, this Buerger guy, who played a prominent role in the CRIMINAL JOHN DOE events, is going to get an "attaboy" from the "Ethics" Board.  Surprise!!

It's a f*&^%*g joke out there.

Pence's In-House Lawyer?

Apparently VP Mike Pence has a small menagerie.'s legitimately funny to say that living with 2 cats, a rabbit, and a snake...

Pence is keeping a lawyer in his residence?

Where Is the Wisconsin Bar Association?

Wisconsin's Attorney General has issued a lengthy, documented report on criminal activities of various Wisconsin lawyers in the "John Doe" (v. 1, 2, and 3) schemes.  Owen's blog has the link and several damning excerpts.

Before the Wisconsin Bar Association's reputation becomes like that of the Hollywood Producers' Association, it should move to disbar these louts.  And "louts" includes the various District Attorneys who were involved, as well as their toady-lackey-slimeball assistants.

The Bar is pretty good at whacking lawyers who steal from old ladies and who are rapists.  We'd hate to think that the Bar Association coddles lawyers who flagrantly flout court orders while on clearly political-driven witch hunts.

Or, of course, the Bar could ignore it and hope that this all goes away.  Trust me:  it won't.