National Security

Mexican Illegal Alien Detained for Burglarization of Two Department of State Bldgs.

On January 3, 2019, the security of two Department of State buildings, one in Washington, D.C. and the other in Virginia were breached.  The culprit during the burglary is alleged to have reportedly stolen 53 electronic devices, including 44 cellphones. The stolen articles consist of government-owned devices as well as privately-owned [Read More]

Elections

MUSIC TO MARCH ON CONGRESS WITH

Vassar Bushmills In 2010 I began thinking about what a million-citizen March on Congress might look like, if citizens without gawky hats might actually want to scare the bejeezus out of those people found there. No trash, no foul language, no shooting moons, or pornographic placards… … just a mean look [Read More]

Donald Trump

THE CIRCLE SHALL NOT BE BROKEN

Vassar Bushmills By God! I sat up with a start this morning, around 2:04. It hit me, “Why are we all pretending this is politics…when it’s revolution?” Their media, our media, their talk-show people, our talk show people, all have to pretend to be matter-of-fact about a situation that is [Read More]

Culture

AFTER HITLER, IS EUROPE RETURNING TO TYPE?

Vassar Bushmills (A timely repeat of some film from the 40s and first shown in Apr, 2017) “After Hitler” is a 2-part video documentary series about Europe in the five years immediately following World War II, 1945-1949. Each episode is roughly 43 minutes and was produced in 2016 but has the unmistakable [Read More]

Donald Trump

Trump’s Briefing in Rose Garden re Schumer Shutdown II, Security Crisis at Border

On Friday, President Donald J. Trump met with leaders of both parties to discuss the national security crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, funding for the border wall, terms of which would lead to ending the partial government shutdown (Schumer Shutdown II).  In attendance were Vice President Mike Pence, House Minority Leader [Read More]

Government

ALLEGED, A BRIEF HISTORY

Vassar Bushmills To younger students, one of the reasons it’s nice to keep old people around is we can tell you the origins of things that are common in your world, only how it got here, you may have missed, but which might be relevant in the deeper lessons of life you’re always instructing us in. (Insert [Read More]

Culture

I Go Into The Desert Wilderness And Meet More Millennials (They LIVE).

It was such a nice day here in the wilds of New Mexico—48* and partly cloudy— that I took an excursion out to the high desert volcanoes on the West Mesa. Essentially this is a kinda set-aside, wilderness area with seven DORMANT volcanoes. Zillions of years ago, these same volcanoes [Read More]

Donald Trump

Michael Avenatti Backs Out of Plans to Run in 2020

Creepy Porn Lawyer, Michael Avenatti, who of late appears to have more than he can handle released a statement about an hour ago announcing that, for the sake of his family, he will not “seek the Presidency of the United States in 2020.” Even though, Michael Avenatti, has stepped back [Read More]

Elections

Brenda Snipes Retracts Resignation, Will Fight Rick Scott’s Suspension.

This is a joke, right?  Late Friday afternoon, soon-to-be former Governor Rick Scott of Florida suspended Broward County Election Board Supervisor, Brenda Snipes who had submitted her resignation effective January 4, 2019.  Typical of the corruption throughout Broward County, Snipes early Saturday retracted her resignation letter as she now plans [Read More]

Refugees at Vienna West Railway Station during the European migrant crisis 2015. Source: Bwag/Wikimedia Commons CC-BY-SA-4.0.
Culture

Riff-Raff Runways

Vassar Bushmills (First written in 2010, a reflection on the traveling season.) Are riff-raff runways in America’s future? I’ll bet you didn’t know that Europe has had them for years, at least since the fall of the Berlin Wall nearly 30 years ago, I’ve flown through most every major European hub, [Read More]

Elections

Did Marcia Fudge’s Letter Supporting Domestic Abuser/Alleged Wife Killer Sink Pelosi Challenge?

Wouldn’t you know that in the age of the “Me Too” movement, “I Believe Her,” “Nasty Women” and “No Due Process, No…” that the hypocrisy from those spearheading these movements in the heart of the D.C. swamp are that or maintain that which they claim to take up arms against? Enter [Read More]

Central American migrants - (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)
Conspiracies

Are we looking at some real DHS incompetence at the Tijuana line?

Are we looking at some real DHS incompetence at the Tijuana line? This Article By MONICA SHOWALTER First Appeared In AmericanThinker.Com Up until about now, I’ve been against the idea of firing Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. She’s said the right things and any hampering of her duties seems to have [Read More]

Elections

WAS ARIZONA A ROBBERY OR A GIVEAWAY?

Vassar Bushmills They say it’s official, that Kyrsten Sinema is Arizona’s new senator-elect, in the US Senate until 2024. Think about it. In an election year when this election had all the smell and taste of a heist-in-the-making, as I’d been warning for several months, August thru last week, it only seemed natural to assume [Read More]

Elections

Broward County Election Dept’s History of Malfeasance and Voter Fraud.

In 2000, Broward County’s corrupt election board earned its reputation as ground zero for endless irregularities ranging from machines that malfunctioned and/or rigged, misplaced ballot boxes, depressing votes, you name it which to a challenge of the 2000 presidential election George W. Bush and Al Gore. Democrat and climate change [Read More]