A retired Lieutenant General exposes Hammer and Scorecard

November 11, 2020

A retired Lieutenant General exposes Hammer and Scorecard, which was incorporated into the counting software used in many Michigan counties.


File dumps from wikileaks

November 10, 2020


Smoking gun, in plain view in one frame from CNN itself

November 10, 2020

This is worth all 6 plus minutes, believe me!


Hand of Hope: Baby in the womb grasps the surgeon’s finger as if to say Thank you

November 5, 2020

See the testimony:


Mujch ado about nothing

November 1, 2020

Betcha Sundar Pichai has no hurt feelings when some American mispronounces his name:


And I’ll bet the author of that article can’t even correctly pronounce Zbigniew Brzezinski’s name. He was an important member of Jimmy Carter’s cabinet.

Sometimes this is called “virtue signaling”. That means “self0righteous”, really. Gimme a break!

Latins have a hard time with the name Earl, but so what?!

“We are socialists”. Who?

October 31, 2020

“We are socialists, we are enemies of today’s capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions.”

– Adolf Hitler (speech from 1927)
Head of National Socialist German Workers Party

I, Pencil

October 31, 2020

Check out this most extraordinary explanation of how free markets work to prosper a society in the essay by Leonard Reed: I, Pencil:


How many people does a Corvette feed?

October 31, 2020

A man named Tom Nicholson posted on his Facebook account the sports car that he had just bought and how a man approachedand told him that the money used to buy this car could’ve fed thousands of less fortunate people. His response to this manmade him famous on the internet. It’s rather funny Facebook didn’t censor it.

READ his story as stated on Facebook below:

A guy looked at my Corvette the other day and said, “I wonder how many people could have been fed with the money that sports car cost?

The proud owner replied, I’m not sure,

But it fed a lot of families in Bowling Green, Kentucky who built it,

it fed the people who made the tires,

it fed the people who made the components that went into it,

it fed the people in the copper mine who mined the copper for the wires,

it fed people in at Caterpillar who make the trucks that haul the copper ore.

It fed the trucking people who hauled it from the plant to the dealer and fed

the people working at the dealership and their families.

BUT,… I have to admit, I guess I really don’t know how many people it fed.

That is the difference between capitalism and the welfare mentality.

When you buy something, you put money in people’s pockets and give them dignity for their skills.

When you give someone something for nothing, you rob them of their dignity and self-worth.

Capitalism is freely giving your money in exchange for something of value. Socialism is having the government take your money against your will and give it to someone else for doing nothing.

I Think this is well written and well thought out.

If you agree with me please send it to your friends.

If you don’t agree just delete it and have a nice day.

Modern “Art”?

October 24, 2020

Roger Scruton on the subject of beauty and art:


Reminds me of Al Capp’s (of the Dagwood comics) quote on “abstract art”, as it’s called:

Abstract art is made by those who have no talent, sold by those who have no scruples, and bought by those who have no taste.

I remember the story of the woman in the “art gallery” who puzzled for a long time awed at a “piece of art”, a rectangular piece of plastic with an apparent lever on it. She finally asked the security man in the room, what was the name of this piece of art? He replied, surely with a serious face, “It’s the light switch, Ma’m”.

I read somewhere that Yoko Ono had placed her work in the Modern Art Museum in New York. A big wooden board, with a base at the bottom where there were placed a hammer and nails. People were expected to hammer nails into the board at random places. She called it “participatory art”. I hope nobody confuses this with theater, or an artistically-made movie. And by artistically, I’m not talking about the one where the writer or producer is makng a point of how artistic or dramatic he’s making it, long-drawn out stares into the sky, purportedly dramatic.

I remember one of my first realizations of how much these hustlers had taken over “polite society”. I came back to the States from the mission field. The local “public” television channel, I now call them government media, put on a half-hour show about an abstract artist. The guy did a piece for the show. He rolled out his giant canvas, which almost filled the room, and then one after another, grabbed a gallon can of regular house paint, and just threw the paint onto the canvas, all along explaining his technique, as if it were brilliant. He meant to pitch it just so, and get the light reflecting on it just so, blah blah blah. More vain babble.

One more. Once upon a time in the late 20th century, a news report told about the anguish that owners of art galleries in New York were going through. They were groaning about a new trend among the purchasers of art in the market, called “realism”, meaning people wanted art that reflected the real world. I suspect that part of the realism they expected was appreciation for the beauty that exists in the world. The complaint of the gallery owners was that some artists were starving, because “a lot of them just can’t draw!”

What a racket!

I think it was Buckminster Fuller who said, When I design something, I design it for functionality. Then I look at it, and if it isn’t beautiful, I start over”.

The truth shall make you free, amigo. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. God plus one is a majority.

Bill Sardi: He says Without Comment, I say WOW

October 24, 2020
2020 2,838,000* 236,000 CDC DATA CDC DATA
2019 2,855,000 238,000 CDC DATA
2018 2,839,205 237,000 CDC DATA
2017 2,813,503 234,000 CDC DATA
*Averaged for 12 months
Total Reported COVID-19 Coronavirus Deaths Oct. 1, 2020 207,008
(÷ 9

From https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/10/bill-sardi/771239-2/.