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Why So Hysterical?

In which His Imperial Majesty allows himself the luxury of engaging in wild speculation, so no need to point it out. We know. You surely know the old saying: “If you’re catching flak, you’re over the target”. So one thing that we’ve been scratching our head about for the past couple of days in the

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Spite, venom, hatred. The “tolerant left”

Words cant describe the disgust and revulsion that followed this diatribe. His daughter Ivanka also came into her line of fire. “She was supposed to be an advocate for women, but it turns out she’s about as helpful to women as an empty box of tampons. She’s done nothing to satisfy women. So I guess,

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OR I’LL SUE…

Misha has kindly given me a set of keys to the place. I used to write a blog on medical issues and this was the first post I wrote and the first one linked by Misha.  He was a real patient. Some people are born to be examples. Others are born to be warnings.  You

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Journalistic “Standards”

When I teach a concealed weapons class I always stress to my students to be extremely wary of how the presstitutes describe new firearms laws when they roll out, and to read the statute for themselves. For example, if a person relied solely on the “media” in Florida for their knowledge of firearms laws, they

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The Glorious Post Obama Race Relations

Racism is alive and well after the Great Pax Obama, the Era of The One. The SJW crowd will screech incoherently in agreement and point a rage induced trembling finger at the nearest person with a skin tone lighter than tar. It’s ironic however that just a few short days after celebrating Martin Luther King’s

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The Great Vaginal Exodus

Yes pups, today is the anniversary of our Great Imperators liberation from the Ovarian Bastille. Since I value my life I will refrain from mentioning what year this occurred. Happy Birthday my dear friend, and many more.

Reflections in early morning

Im still here. Living quietly and yes still alive…I know I havent been posting much but trust me, the lungs still work and the heart, broken as it is, still beats. They say that the longer you go, the easier it is. Not sure they are right, but God knows I am trying. I wish

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Father Vincent Capodanno

The following is a repost of the story of Father Vincent Capodanno that I originally wrote in 2007. Today is the 50th anniversary of his death and I felt it was fitting to retell his story. On Memorial Day 2017 the Archdiocesan phase of the Cause of Canonization of Father Capodanno was closed by Archbishop

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SJW’s make fools of themselves..again.

I know I know they always do it’s their nature. But this is something special…and different. The Twattersphere™ is in a knickerknot uproar over HBO’s announcement of their new series “Confederate”, where the South won the Civil War. Screams of “racist” and “old white men” and “A Trump fantasy” have been heard. Again, nothing new.

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I’d start jobhunting if I were you

Link A (hopefully) soon to be former Secret Service agent made a Facebook post: “As a public servant for nearly 23 years, I struggle not to violate the Hatch Act. So I keep quiet and skirt the median. To do otherwise can be a criminal offense for those in my position. Despite the fact that

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Happy Che Day

On this day in 1967 the professional racist murderer Che Guevara was sent back to Satan and the demons that spawned him by a Bolivian firing squad. 50 years later capitalists are still duping brain-dead college students into buying Che t-shirts because it is “cool” to be a “revolutionary”, and much profit ensues. Moral of

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Another of the Greatest Generation Passes

Our World War II vets are passing to the great reward at an ever accelerating pace, and tonight I learned of the passing of one of my personal heroes from that horrid war, Paul Grilliot.

The Bloodiest Day Remembered, 2017

(The following is a re-post of an article I originally wrote in 2012, on the 150th anniversary of Sharpsburg/Antietam. May we never forget the heroism and sacrifice of these Americans, whether they wore Yankee Blue or Rebel Grey.) 150 years ago today dawn broke on two massive armies nestled between the Potomac River and Antietam

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The Defense of Fort McHenry

On September 14, 1814 the sun broke over a haze filled Baltimore harbor, acrid smoke of black powder burning the eyes and throats of sailors as they stared over the gunwales of the British men-of-war. What they saw surprised them, and inspired a “guest” who was on board to write four verses of a poem

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Lazy?

Obummer just can’t resist bad mouthing his supposed home country whenever he’s out fellating the world’s tyrants, can he? Wednesday at a a Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) town hall in Luang Prabang, Laos, President Barack Obama said Americans can be “lazy” because we are so big we think “We don’t have to know

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