The Day the Cavalry Didn’t Come

In an exclusive interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, former Deputy Chief of Mission in Libya, Gregory Hicks recalled being told of the death of then U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens in Benghazi last year, characterizing it as the “saddest moment” in his career. Hicks – who had a brief phone conversation only hours before with Stevens before the line went dead — was informed of his death by Libya’s prime minister. “He just says, ‘I’m very sorry, Greg, to tell you this, but our friend Chris has passed on.’ I think those were his words. There was deep remorse … Continue reading

Wild Bill: Obama Churches

Wild Bill opines about the churches that support our resident. Funny how other churches get their tax status challenged when they oppose lefty theology but lefty churches get the all clear. Bill has the right of it.  Personally, I’m not a church going man but I can’t help but be reviled that those that claim to be believers also support the values that are 100% antithetical to christian values. You can’t have it both ways.  There is no middle ground. ~ Hardnox

Something From The “GEE, NO SHIT” File.

While delivering a keynote speech in Boise, Idaho, former SCOTUS Justice Sandra Day O’Conner let THIS cat out of the bag. Too bad she didn’t deliver the CAUSE for this. From Mc Clatchey News .com   Retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, in Boise, laments ‘alarming degree of public ignorance’   Former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor with the great Ronaldus Magnus. A good pick?  Not really, but not bad, either.                                                            By Katie Terhune  Idaho Statesman  6 Sept. 2013 Two-thirds of Americans cannot name a single Supreme Court justice, former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor told the crowd that packed into a … Continue reading

Fire Up The Bulldozers.

Time for a “Bulldozer Demolition Derby” at the den of thieves along Turtle Bay. NOTE:   There WILL BE obscenities in my comments. If that offends you, leave NOW. You have been warned. WAY past time to tell THIS bunch to stick it. From Breitbart.com.  Break out a new pisstivity meter, you’re going to NEED it.   United Nations Demands Answers from Obama Admin on George Zimmerman WHAT business is this of THEIRS??  Damn their asshat hides. We need a BUNCH of THESE ( D-11-T CAT Dozer) to take care of THIS……… …..The Den of Thieves at Turtle Bay. Shove the whole damned … Continue reading

A Worthy Cause

I vowed to never contribute another dime to ANYTHING D.C. related again. But I’m making one more exception for 2 reasons:1. These brave men deserve it. 2. I want Hildebeast and obozo to see it every time they drive through the hood. ~Terry ~~~oOo~~~ While Washington, D.C. Slept… Benghazi Memorial will soon rise from the corrupt soil of Washington, D.C. Obama and Clinton will have no choice but to come face-to-face with their treachery. More importantly, this monument will stand as a reminder of Democrat corruption to future generations for centuries to come. Greg Marra, the artist who created the statue for fallen … Continue reading

Farmers Are ‘Raisin Hell’ About Government Stealing Crops

Yes, we’re concerned about Syria, Iran, Obama and all the other crises we’re dealing with, but this is so stupid, I had to post it.  It’s so stupid, even our friends at CNBC are talking about it: There is a government program which can force a farmer to hand over nearly half of his or her annual crop without getting paid for it. The removed crop is put into a national reserve. It’s not corn, the nation’s No. 1 crop and a commodity which can move markets. It’s not soybeans, wheat, cotton or even rice. It’s raisins. Under a World War … Continue reading

Sometimes, Senator Lee, Motive Does Matter

Recently I saw the old Hitchcock movie, Lifeboat.  The story centers around a group of Americans whose ship is sunk by a German U-boat, leaving them stranded on a lifeboat.  Soon the U-boat is also sunk, and an evacuated German sailor seeks refuge with the Americans in the lifeboat.  The Americans disagree about whether or not to let him on the boat but ultimately they do.  The plan is to try and guide the lifeboat to Bermuda, but they have no compass and are unsure about the accuracy of their course.  Eventually the German sailor takes charge of the boat and … Continue reading

Meet Your Fate

Welcome liberals and the uninvolved: Think of the United States as an airplane.  Its structure is held together with rivets.  These rivets are made of the ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence.  Their placement is dictated by the U.S. Constitution.  The result is the airplane called the united States, a Constitutional Republic. A unique country amongst all the others. Some rivets have corroded over time.  Individual liberty and freedom have been rusting away almost from the beginning.  Man has a tendency to want power and control over others.  We rejected a monarchy once upon a time and now have … Continue reading

What Price For Power?

(I first posted this essay on Common Sense Matters II on September 4, 2011.  I am re-posting it here and now because in my humble opinion it is a timeless topic that cannot be repeated often enough.  ˜CW) Many years ago I remember reading a horrifying story about a man who set his young son on fire in a vengeful act against his ex-wife.  I was astonished and sickened that someone could be so consumed with their own selfish need for power and control that they would destroy something good and precious to fulfill that need.  The way I see it there … Continue reading

Redistributing Consequences

In an ideal world every able adult would assume responsibility for caring for themselves and for their own families.  This would result in a highly productive, well-cared-for society with very little need for welfare.  We should all want that, right?  Well in order to get to such a place, people must be taught to become responsible adults through exposure to the laws of natural consequences.  You touch the fire, you get burned – that’s how it works.  It’s a very simple, powerful dynamic upon which societies are able to function and flourish, therefore this can only mean one thing – … Continue reading

“No Access” my Ass!

Once upon a time a young boy came home and gave his mother his report card.  The mother opened the card and was disturbed to see that the boy had received bad grades in every subject.  She asked him, “Why did you get such bad grades in everything?” to which he replied, “Because I didn’t have access to the homework assignments.”  The mother told the boy not to worry.  Tomorrow she would call the school principal and demand that the child’s grades be adjusted upward due to his lack of access to the homework assignments.  When the boy’s father came … Continue reading

What I Learned at the Huffington Post

Every once in a great while I’ll visit a leftwing site like the Huffington Post just to remind myself about the kind of mentality we’re up against.  I am especially curious about the Left’s perceptions of current events, and indeed what they believe current events even to be.  After a few minutes reading it is inevitably such a depressing exercise that I turn away in utter disgust, reassured in my long-held belief that we are doomed as a nation. The article linked to below, entitled “How America Became a Third World Country,” was featured as a front-page blog post on Huffpo the … Continue reading

When Giving Became “Giving BACK”

(This is another essay from my previous blog.  I’m re-posting it here because of my staunch belief that we should not fall prey to the Left’s attempts to redefine our language.  Once we accept the language of the Left, the rest is just a matter of time.  ˜ CW) For the past several years now I’ve been unable to peruse a newspaper or magazine without running into the latest human-interest story about somebody “giving back” to their community or, more likely, some self-proclaimed do-gooder calling on everyone else to “give back.”  Too many people don’t seem to realize that the seemingly innocuous … Continue reading

The Church of Oppositism

An industrious person with a strong stomach could make a full-time career out of the task of documenting the litany of peculiar positions staked out by the Left.  Ditto for the litany of lies and double standards that result from their unabashed fondness for dishonesty and hypocrisy.   The point of this post is to try and answer one simple question:  Why? The biggest problem liberals face in America is that conservatism makes them irrelevant.   The Founding Fathers already established a strong and durable form of limited government – check!   The American economy thrived and produced enormous prosperity under our system … Continue reading

What is the Meaning of Hypocrisy?

Every day, it seems, we catch the President of the United States in yet another glaring hypocrisy.  Having spent his limited and undistinguished career as a U.S. senator grand-standing on the senate floor, arrogantly scolding republicans so as to assume the image of the impatient father scolding the errant child, isn’t it interesting that he now spends his presidency pursuing, if not doubling down on, virtually all of the very policies he once denounced with such great superiority and condescension?  Hmmmm.  From Guantanamo Bay to the Patriot Act to the abuse of war powers to increasing the nation’s debt to … Continue reading