commentary / Perception / Politics

False Flag Friday: Is It REALLY About the Children?

When you see an overabundance of reporting on a subject, you should take some time to figure out why – especially when it looks like you’re not getting all sides of the story. All the brouhaha being made about children being separated from parents on the border is misguided at best, malevolently manipulative at its … Continue reading

commentary / Meandering / Politics

Meandering Monday about the Manners of Emily Litella

I have fond memories of Emily Litella, one of Gilda Radner’s characters from the original class of Saturday Night Live. The lady would get on the news report giving a concerned citizen’s report on some issue that she was concerned about. She would berate parents for protesting “violins on television” (instead of violence), or complain … Continue reading

commentary / news / Politics

Sum-it-up Sunday: Arms, Aftermath, Accords, Accomplishments

As of this writing, we still don’t have a motive for the Las Vegas mass shooting – and yet within twenty-four hours the calls began for SOMETHING to be done (meaning gun control), along with the vilification of people who didn’t agree with that agenda. There is a certain callous absurdity in demanding more laws … Continue reading

commentary / Freedom / news / Politics

Sum-it-up Sunday: Verification, Veracity, Violence

The Kims of North Korea now have the ability to put nukes on missiles. Oh, wait, they actually had this ability in 2013. The Obama administration knew this, but kept acting like they had everything under control because there was an AGREEMENT. Sort of like when the Clinton administration paid the Kims to not develop … Continue reading