Articles from September 2016



So… The Debate

Yes, we watched it. For you. The things we do for our loyal citizenry. It was as we’d suspected. On one hand, at least, in that the Hillary Worshiping “moderator” did all that he could to stay well away from the Cankled Beast’s discomfort zones. But that’s hardly news. Anybody going into a debate between

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Another “Lone Wolf” Heard From

We know, shocking, right? The Turkish immigrant accused of gunning down five people at a Washington mall smirked at his first court appearance Monday even as reports revealed he had a blog with photo posts of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. Accused shooter Arcan Cetin, smirking slightly and wearing

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Paging John Sexton

You know, the resident Russophobe at Fetid Air who has only recently dared to get out of bed again in the mornings, having finally been convinced that Russian HaX0rz don’t hide underneath it. This might send him back into a catatonic state: “Are you concerned that this weekend’s attacks or potential incidents in the coming

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Oh For the Love of Jupiter!

Can we please, please, please pretty please gather round all of the morons like this one and beat them to a bloody, slow and very painful death with the ClueBat™? (h/t fellow O.G. blogger Bill Quick): This year, ISIS isn’t simply a passive observer of American politics. Since the group’s rapid rise in 2014, ISIS

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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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Winning Hearts and Minds, the Klintoon Way

Keep digging, you brain-damaged, wheezing, coughing witch. The Democratic presidential nominee sparked an uproar late Friday when she described Trump’s supporters at a fundraiser. “To just be grossly generalistic, you can put half of Trump supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables,” Clinton said. “Right? Racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it.”

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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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The Pathet Lao Slush Fund

King Ogabe graced the Laotian people with his omniscient presence, a pleasant distraction from the oppressive Marxist thugs they normally have to applaud for, I’m sure. His teleprompter told him to say the following; And in all of you here today — and especially the young people of Laos — we see the diversity that

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Trump on Immigration.

The following is a transcript of his latest speech. LC’s and G.L.O.R’s..your soon to be President ********************************************************************************************************************************* Thank you, Phoenix. I am so glad to be back in Arizona, a state that has a very special place in my heart. I love the people of Arizona and, together, we are going to win the White

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