In 1974 John Wayne was interviewed regarding the future of our country. Few things have changed except the Left and professional politicians have gotten more entrenched and the whiners have gotten whinnier and political correctness came about. Back when men were still me and spoke accordingly. This attitude is still revered in America regardless of ethnicity. Political correctness be damned. Small wonder why Donald Trump got elected. ~ Hardnox
IT IS TIME TO STOP THIS SH#T, IT IS NO LONGER FUNNY NOR ACCEPTABLE. CBS’ Colbert Slaps Trump Advisor’s Head On A Pike Daily Wire by Ben Shapiro February 14, 2017 The left’s wild inability to control its id with regard to President Trump has now crossed the line into actual violent imagery. We’ve already seen an Irish magazine consider whether assassinating Trump was moral; we’ve seen a British journalist tut-tutting that Trump’s killing couldn’t come fast enough; the American press has suggested that Trump is this close to committing acts of violence against journalists. Now, CBS broadcast a … Continue reading
Was this a complete conversion? If it’s this easy, why don’t they ALWAYS go for the 2 points? In my ignorant view, that conversion girl would not be pregnant. Watch for yourself. But if you look at the YouTube comments, the clear, overwhelming majority of comments say it was a terrible call that would not have held up under review.
So this mathematically-challenged dimwit, recycled from the 70s, is working on turning Mexifornia into a bigger welfare state, a sanctuary state, wants to secede, and now threatens to cut off Mexifornia’s tax payments to the Federal Colossus. So the Gunny, in his benevolent, philanthropic, unselfish, noble, and big-hearted manner decided to assist Ol Moonbeam in his quest for secession. Using the map below from: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/444384/california-secession-bad-idea-division-two-states-better-idea we can cut out the shitty liberal-infested, progressive-contaminated zones from the decent Americans still living in Mexifornia, and then adding to the Great Wall of Trump, seal them off. Then comes: Step One: Divert the … Continue reading
take YOUR version of “American values” and shove them up your non-American ass. The below are REAL American values… 1. We adhere to the rule of law embodied in the Constitution of the United States. 2. We adhere to the principles of liberty on which America was founded. 3. We take personal responsibility for self-government and not globalism. 4. We adhere to the rights of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness that have been given to us, from conception, from the Creator. 5. We adhere to the fundamental rights of parents to raise their children, as they see fit, not … Continue reading
Officially a flop, the 2015 Man from UNCLE film by Guy Ritchie and Lionel Wigram remains a very stylish and satisfying cold war adventure. I’m not the only one to think so; it was very popular among audiences. Though, a grim proportion of reviewers found it ‘boring’ and the story unappealing. What do you expect in a time of nonstop action and genocide by Death Star? People get bored easily. But, I was not bored with the subject of this movie. I was around in 1963, roughly the time this takes place, and it successfully captures many of the things that were exciting … Continue reading
The last man to leave his footprints on the surface of the Moon, Eugene A Cernan, a crack naval aviator sought out and recruited by NASA as a Moon mission commander, has died today. He was 82. Gene Cernan flew the LM on Apollo 10 down from orbit to fairly close to the lunar surface, (NOT landing) and then did it again on the mission he commanded, Apollo 17, in which he landed and spent three days on the surface. A graduate of Purdue University’s Electrical Engineering School, he was very generous in his visits and time spent back at the … Continue reading
“The Fattest Man In Town” …. Two versions for you to enjoy (that’s famous voice actor Mel Blanc playing the fattest man in the b&w soundie). Both delightfully non-PC …. And freedom to be non-PC may be Pres-Elect Trump’s biggest gift to America’s culture this holiday season! Merry Christmas to all Hardnoxers from the north Georgia mountains! sources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wu3b-QmxcBQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbL0KXXprDI — SafeSpace —
(with a few exceptions like the UK, Israel, Australia, Canada, etc) and starts whining about The Donald’s win. EXCERPT: “In Germany, where American troops have been stationed for more than seven decades, the prospect of a pullback seemed bewildering. “It would be the end of an era,” Henrik Müller, a journalism professor at the Technical University of Dortmund, wrote in Der Spiegel. “The postwar era in which Americans’ atomic weapons and its military presence in Europe shielded first the west and later the central European states would be over. Europe would have to take care of its own security.” Norbert … Continue reading
enjoyment. Coloradoan by birth, American by the Grace of God.
because today we’ve become double-digit midgets. January 20, 2017 is 98 days and a wake-up away and we are finally, FINALLY rid of the Brown Clown. Good God it seems like an eternity that we’ve been under the thumb of the dork in the WH. Seeing President-elect Trump sworn-in will be almost as good as seeing Ronaldus Magnus sworn-in back in January 1981. https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/generic?p0=263&iso=20170120T00&msg=Time%20left%20until%20Obama%20leaves%20office%22
Allen West September 27, 2016 I’M REALLY SICK OF THIS! I know, I know, y’all are expecting me to provide commentary on last night’s first presidential debate. I was able to tune in after speaking to the Care and Mercy Foundation gala event — they support our military, veterans, and their families. What I did notice was the incredible amount of spin. Actually, neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump lit any fires last night in my opinion. However, I found it interesting when Lester Holt asked about race relations and referred to the situations in Tulsa and Charlotte — local … Continue reading
What happens when the lights go out – forever? Over twenty years ago, my hometown had a major ice storm – yes the South gets those occasionally. For many in the northern states, this isn’t a problem, obviously. But here in the south it is. Every part of the US has times they are prepared to handle and times when life simply sucks because some weather they are totally unprepared for occurs. So use your own imagination. Anyway, not a week before the great “ice storm event” my older friend and I (both over 50) talked about how … Continue reading
It’s said that nothing is certain. And most of the time, that’s meant as a gloomy prognostication. But sometimes, that turns out to be a good thing. Sometimes, inexplicably, entropy doesn’t increase. Sometimes, things get better and more organized, despite our best efforts to botch things up. Sometimes, dictators are toppled, the Berlin Wall falls and polar bears overpopulate against the predictions of the great and the wise among us. Thank God for that. If history is an indication, the human condition is never a constant gray for very long, though it’s been rather constant and grayish for quite a … Continue reading
But you better do it before Barack’s new HUD rules turn every small community into little Chicagos. Gruntington Post [Pentwater, Michigan] – Due to the overwhelming gloom that seemed to be gripping Americans around the normally happy time of the 4th of July week, the staff here at the Gruntington Post took it upon themselves to travel to the north woods in the Great Lakes region to find remnants of a cheerful America. Of course, we had to purposely avoid vast areas of the lake country that are infested with Democrats, like the entire State of Minnesota. Luckily, there are still … Continue reading
We’re in a very precarious place here in the good ol’ USA. The outlook is currently mixed, at best. I think that ultimately we have reason for great optimism, especially if we can depend on miracles, and I am one of those people who believe in such things. But there is also reason for great gloom, even during the first week of July which is traditionally the time of national optimism for Americans. Instead, it’s like we have a year without a July. We are surrounded by betrayal: in our Capital, on our streets, in our press rags, on our blogs … Continue reading
From Canada Free Press There’s something special you can do on this Independence Day, the last one before the cabal backing Barack Obama’s third term through Hillary Clinton gets to change July 4th to ‘Global Citizen Independence Day’. It starts by opening your windows and letting all negativity go flying out into the summer breeze making it truly gone with the wind. Mark July 4, 2016 as the one when the heart-rending song, ‘God Bless America’ was turned into a fervent, year-round prayer. Keep this prayer in your heart all the way from Independence Day 2016 to Independence Day 2017 … Continue reading
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the Gunny. “Our country! In her intercourse with foreign nations, may she always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong.” Stephen Decatur America is my country because I believe America FIRST, Always! America is my country because I was born here. This is where I live. America is my country because my parents were born here. America is my country because my forebears journeyed from other lands and became American citizens, leaving their “old country” behind and embracing all that is America. They came in the FRONT door. America is my country because my family has worn … Continue reading
Toward the end of World War II, while the P-51 Mustang was busy helping to win the air war over Europe, an entirely different high-altitude interceptor mastered the skies over the Pacific. The P-38 was an innovative design for extreme speed and altitude that required a lot of bugs be wrung out of it before it became an effective weapon against the Japanese A6M “Zero.” Compressibility effects that locked up control surfaces, engine failures and supercharger glitches caused the plane to be labeled “dangerous” after a large number of crashes when the plane was introduced to combat. As described in the video, … Continue reading