Tuesday, July 14, 2020


I've been shrugging it off for decades. OTGH, this better be nonsense.

Frankly, I don't want to be here when a former naval power clashes with the Asian land power. I was never all that worried about the Russians. For all that they're 100% not like us in any way shape or form, they wouldn't and we wouldn't. I'm not so sanguine about the Chinese leaders. They kill millions without blinking and I don't think they'd hesitate to pull the nukes out of the closet. They won't even think twice.

Yeah yeah I was rereading Thucydides and Clausewitz and the hidden history of the world. Whatever war you want to name, viewed in retrospect, one could easily see as step by step, inch by inch they met on the battlefield neither side saw coming. Every single war.

On second thought, don't study history. Nobody ever learned anything from it.

Sunday, July 12, 2020


When people tell you you’re their enemy, believe them and act accordingly.

Saturday, July 11, 2020


Today, President Trump signed an Executive Grant of Clemency commuting the unjust sentence of Roger Stone, Jr.
He was a pure victim and road kill of the Russia Hoax that the Left and its allies in the media perpetuated for years in an attempt to undermine the Trump Presidency.  There was never any collusion between the Trump Campaign, or the Trump Administration, with Russia.  Such collusion was never anything other than a fantasy of partisans unable to accept the result of the 2016 election.  The collusion delusion spawned endless and farcical investigations, conducted at great taxpayer expense, looking for evidence that did not exist.  As it became clear that these witch hunts would never bear fruit, the Special Counsel’s Office resorted to process-based charges leveled at high-profile people in an attempt to manufacture the false impression of criminality lurking below the surface.  These charges were the product of recklessness borne of frustration and malice.This is why the out-of-control Mueller prosecutors, desperate for splashy headlines to compensate for a failed investigation, set their sights on Mr. Stone.  Roger Stone is well known for his nearly 50 years of work as a consultant for high-profile Republican politicians, including President Ronald Reagan, Senator Bob Dole, and many others.  He is also well known for his outspoken support for President Donald J. Trump and opposition to Hillary Clinton.
Mr. Stone was charged by the same prosecutors from the Mueller Investigation tasked with finding evidence of collusion with Russia.  Because no such evidence exists, however, they could not charge him for any collusion-related crime.  Instead, they charged him for his conduct during their investigation.  The simple fact is that if the Special Counsel had not been pursuing an absolutely baseless investigation, Mr. Stone would not be facing time in prison.

In addition to charging Mr. Stone with alleged crimes arising solely from their own improper investigation, the Mueller prosecutors also took pains to make a public and shameful spectacle of his arrest.  Mr. Stone is a 67-year-old man, with numerous medical conditions, who had never been convicted of another crime.  But rather than allow him to surrender himself, they used dozens of FBI agents with automatic weapons and tactical equipment, armored vehicles, and an amphibious unit to execute a pre-dawn raid of his home, where he was with his wife of many years.  Notably, CNN cameras were present to broadcast these events live to the world, even though they swore they were not notified—it was just a coincidence that they were there together with the FBI early in the morning.

Not only was Mr. Stone charged by overzealous prosecutors making up an elaborate hoax aka case that never should have existed, and arrested in an operation that never should have been approved, but there were also serious questions about the jury in the case.  The forewoman of his jury, for example, concealed the fact that she is a member of the so-called liberal “resistance” to the Trump Presidency.  In now-deleted tweets, this activist-juror vividly and openly attacked President Trump and his supporters.

Mr. Stone would be put at serious medical risk in prison.  He has appealed his conviction and is seeking a new trial.  He maintains his innocence and has stated that he expects to be fully exonerated by the justice system.  Mr. Stone, like every American, deserves a fair trial and every opportunity to vindicate himself before the courts.  The President does not wish to interfere with his efforts to do so.  At this time, however, and particularly in light of the egregious facts and circumstances surrounding his unfair prosecution, arrest, and trial, the President has determined to commute his sentence.  Roger Stone has already suffered greatly.  He was treated very unfairly, as were many others in this case.  Roger Stone is now a free man!

Under the radar I kind of hope he is doing something of like for general Flynn and maybe using a tithe of the money he has to make Flynn's family whole as they have fought off the dogs we now charmingly refer to as liberal progressives.

Friday, July 10, 2020


What part of that are stupid people missing? It will always be here. It's never some day going to be pre-virus, EVER. Not even if the justice department decides to overthrow Trump.


Has Robert Maxwell's daughter killed herself in jail yet? We're waiting.....

Thursday, July 9, 2020


Honestly, did you ever think you'd see Americans lining up in order to shop for food?


During my military career I found myself as the judge, jury, executioner a little too often for comfort. I was the ship's legal officer on first ship and would sit in the CO's cabin watching him stomp around shouting and working himself up to a semblance of rage and then shouting for me to bring in the accused along with the Master at Arms and other denizens of the deep justice. Once the accused was squared away and confronted with the tiny CO, justice happened. This was long ago and very far away and justice was mostly doled out for drug using. What we had in our justice 'tool bag' was the drug detector dogs flown in from 6th Fleet specially for us and the urinalysis wizz quiz. I was involved in perhaps a dozen such cases. Didn't enjoy them at all and, oddly, none of the defaulters were mine. A couple were the Main Propulsion Assistants and the CHENG allowed as how he couldn't use them anymore for watchstanding purposes because of a complete failure of trust. We were hovering at 50% manning and hadn't gone cold iron in over a year because we always needed at least one boiler online and two SSTG rolling for ship's power.

The trust thing was germane and interesting to me later on as senior watch officer on a far different ship but still sailing the same waters. The CO had busted a man a rank and docked his pay for 3 months because a couple of staff officers accused him of being asleep on a bs watch, which meant that in order to get into the Bahraini shipyard, owned by Bahrainis, managed by a Scottish engineer and employing scores of Pakistanis, Iranian, Beloots, etc, he had to be honked at by staff in order to open the huge antipersonnel barrier which is to say, a bar across the causeway granting access to cars, buses, truck bombs etc. Most people just walked around it.

A day after his Mast appearance the Captain came to me, white faced and shaking and asked me wtf?!!!!! I looked at him like I do and he said, I just bumped into Petty Officer '******stick and he was carrying a shotgun. I figured out then that he'd bumped into pointless meaningless topside security roving patrol that MIDEASTFOR also mandated for its ships pierside although it seemed totally redundant given the two guys manning the 50 calibre machine guns port and starboard. It was a very small ship. You'd think a machine gun guy, much less two, would intimidate the fu#k out of anybody.

So, back to the issue which was a court decision about Oberlin and their idiotic policy. The court found for the man. But the thing I started out writing was about the nature of the thing and that is pretty crucial. As a CO one of the things I hated and I'm sure many others hated was the entire nature of the nature of the "crime." If it boils down to 'he said/she said' you are left with a judgement call for there is no evidence at all. Who do you trust more is basically what it boils down to. Sometimes it's like, who is more important/essential?

It took me a couple of months to move on Chief Patty's request for judgement and execution. She wanted the 3 male petty officers that disrespected her during the change of command a lot. to suffer justice a lot.

I finally had to take my outstanding XO to the side and ask him wft was going on with executive officer's investigation that was throwing up a Hoover Dam sized roadblock in the path of swift justice and he showed me the charge sheet. Disrespect is a violation of the UCMJ but that's not what was written there. The guys were not forthcoming and signing the necessary article 31 paperwork because she'd written in the death penalty violations of the UCMJ, mutiny, assault, etc. They had all told her that as senior petty officers it was beneath their dignity to stow away folding chairs. It didn't warrant death penalty and the whole thing was a farce. They could not, as rational beings, accept no legal rights in the face of such dire claims and penalties. It was an easy fix.

I faced the other justice a few times when it really did amount to he said/she said. It did not end well. I remember sitting as judge a few times in Summary courts martial and as a review board member where all 3 of us on the panel tried mightily to get the accused idiot to reconsider and say......'oh, yea, now I remember, the wife and I did attend a potluck party and maybe there was something odd about the brownies I ate.' All of us wanted to keep him in but there was a zero tolerance craze on at the time and we could not get him to give us any wriggle room. He and his lawyer kept doing the impossible and trying to say that the scientific evidence of his crime was wrong. The thing is? Sometimes the actual science of the thing is irrefutable and we know it.

I hated he said she said cases. Absent evidence, where is the crime?

I really dislike the mockery of justice the schools have played on their students for the last generation. I know where my justice came from. It came from the UCMJ which is an implement of the U.S. Congress and President. How Title 9 turned into the antichrist of justice was eye-opening. As in having your eyes ripped open.


It's very late at night in NYC. Has Robert Maxwell's daughter managed to kill herself in her jail cell yet? You know the one. The one with no functioning video systems. Or do we still have to wait?

You know what I see 100% of the media skipping over is who she really is. She's not a 'madam', not a hooker, not a high price girl friend of a scumbag. Funny how the media keeps glossing it over and never mentioning it.

Anyway, just asking, for a friend.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020


You know, if there was somewhere, a nice statue standing in a park or outside Tiffany's someplace, of Audrey Hepburn standing there alone, unarmed and unafraid, I'm sure a mob of rich white college kids would be there to slap it around and knock it down before sunrise, in the spirit of blm. Which begs the question, is there a statue somewhere of Audrey kitted out for tiffany's or for her role as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador? There is. But I'll never say where.


That said, I learned very young how to sail by nothing but the set of the sails. Mine were set for music.

I was no purist. I only bothered once with hi-end stereo stuff and left it unimpressed in my wake.

The music that moved me, perforce moved the boat.

We didn't have a cheap boat but one that embraced a world without perfect reproduction in sound,
we found we lived it with it quite nicely.

I never recall a moment bereft in the doldrums of sound.

Wherever I was, the music was there.

Loud and clear.

There is a knack I've lost

It used to be that I could listen all at once to IAD, MAD, BTB, Plot and Sonar at the same time,

more than that, I heard them all as they came in and processed them,

I heard Praying Mantis over IAD, MAD, BTB and from Plot as I was doing another thing.

I was hunting the mine that was right there in front of me plus the 4 beside it.

It was a different kind of day. Not much different. There'd been scores like it yesterday

Before those days all was like a map one could read at a glance

After that, I found I lost the knack.

It was just radio, or tv, or reading and no longer the trinity.

as with tonight, I find that I really miss most the music in my life.


Have we worked out yet who are the speakers for:
the Eich
the Ploor

just asking for a friend.

Tuesday, July 7, 2020


You can look at the title a couple of different ways. It can be blm attitude towards the police, police attitudes towards the media and blm and it could be a description of the so-called intelligentsia of this country who make up so many of the Fortune 500 CEOs and CEO of high tech silicon valley society disruptors and destroyers. Unfortunately, it also includes almost all public school teachers and over 99% of college faculty everywhere. For all of them, the 60s never ended. Powerline has some of Moynihan's quotes but I recall reading his prescient book out of that era while I was still in college 40 years ago.
In 1970, Moynihan wrote a memo to President Nixon saying, "The time may have come when the issue of race could benefit from a period of 'benign neglect'. The subject has been too much talked about. The forum has been too much taken over to hysterics, paranoids, and boodlers on all sides. We need a period in which Negro progress continues and racial rhetoric fades."
Nothing changed in the next 50 years except that all involved became even more hysterical, paranoid and vicious. As other commenters have noted, we quite literally have a conversation about race in this country with anyone speaking in opposition to the mainstream hysterics getting destroyed, deplatormed, demonetized and losing their jobs. It seems an unreasonable price to pay for simply disagreeing. As we watch the black death rates just from shootings alone soar in the major cities, all democratic party bastions for generations, the one thing we can all take away is that blm losers got every single thing wrong about police behavior and its impact on crime. And so did the damned intelligentsia.
“To a degree that no one could have anticipated even three or four years ago, the educated elite of the American middle class have come to detest their society, and their detestation is rapidly diffusing to youth in general. The effects of this profound movement of opinion will be with us for generations. . .
If all the intelligentsia had studied very hard to be more ignorant, stupid, and misinformed, they couldn't do it. They have reached peak ignorance and it's killing them.

Sunday, July 5, 2020


The secret is, it's a virus. It is never ever going to go away. You have to learn to live with it or not and the enemy treating it as some sort of thing that could simply be overcome by presidential leadership is no longer funny. It never was. 

Please, it's the flu with adenoids and maybe a bad hair day.

Long ago we stopped into the Air Force Officers Club at Air Force Academy. For me it was a lark. It was the covid virus of clubs. I'm not sure why it still exists. All the military  shamebenders  wanted them dead about 40 years ago and they got their wish, over time. Still, I remember a ltcol coming in to stand tall behind the ltcol next to us, all 3 of us being at the bar at the time and bashing him about something. Upstairs in the Grand Concourse of crap was some meeting of wives going on with an attending general.

UPDATE: OK, it was the general badgering him.

I'll tell you a secret. When your junior officers can no longer go to have a beer and let off steam in an unapproved unpolitically correct fashion, you're out of leaders. After NASA, the Air Force lost them, the navy STB when they closed the Main Brace. I'm not even going to look. Knowing them, they shut it down decades ago. So did ship captain crew...last played in Diego Garcia O'club, 1984.


I open the computer to this, a picture I took when we went to a nice place. It's the ship of fools. There were so many. Every day I can hear them grousing about what a crap day it is, no water, nothing to w
well, you know. A sailor born almost a thousand years ago griping. I put some of those days behind me about 10 years ago now. I'm thinking of taking them up again. This was at Point Loma.

Perhaps, I'll go sailing.

I'll have to fix the lights though. Damn the lights.

UPDATE: Those were the Caravels, the ships of exploration for a hundred years. The wonder wasn't so much that they made it to the new world or India, it was that they made it back for however well they were outfitted at the outset in Lisbon and elsewhere, they had to resupply to return and they were tiny ships with men of voracious appetites and a terrible thirst. I don't actually think whining was allowed. Me? I merely have to delve into the electronics of my trunk to find out why the lights work so well when they're braced in the trunk and not at all when they're braced on the aft end of my boat trailer.

Saturday, July 4, 2020


Have a beer, a Moscow Mule, a bit of happy. It's America!

If you never read it, try it now. America Shaftoe and her brothers, well worth a read. Neal Stephensen

Thursday, July 2, 2020


She was taken into custody for sex crimes by the FBI. You know the death penalty is always imposed on such brothelish crimes that occurred during the Clinton presidency. Srsly, arrested, confined for sex that may have happened 23 years ago. What on earth will the FBI do for an encore to this investigative genius? Yea, I know, they'll find something else from the NYT to investigate.


All Mordor rejoices, in the most painful manner possible in their grim and horrible blighted land as the foundation that owns the ship announces plans for the hated High Endurance Cutter (an arm of the Law Enforcement Community still reluctantly celebrated in a once noted town) to be erased from history by the stroke of a war pen. It isn't really open to interpretation. Obliterating the name serves no other purpose than destroying history. Taney delivered the position of 7 of 9 Justices of the Supreme Court in their decision about Scott.
"We are not erasing history," James Piper Bond, CEO of Living Classrooms Foundation, said in a statement. "Nor is it our intention to minimize the service and sacrifice of the men and women who have served with honor aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney. Our intention is to learn from history and celebrate the legacy of the ship and those who served aboard." 
He's erasing history. What else do you call it when you blot out the name of a ship because you have a sudden hate on for the people who died 180 years ago?

If you have never actually troubled to read the Dred Scott story. Hit the link. It's fascinating and brief.


You might think getting a cold beer on a hot day in a river/great lake kind of emporium with a breeze blowing through the patio and maybe a calzone was a thing you could actually do in a day while minding the cat. Not here in metroparkcentralis. I think it fair to say I gave it every chance to find a place that catered to humans interested in lunch, a beer and sunshine. What an idiot.

Strike lake view/river view off the sheet of possibilities. Not happening. For some reason best known to city planners, they all decided that such venues would be a waste of the taxpayers waterfront views of dumps, airports, salt mines, slag heaps etc. You get the drift. Toss in the odd steel mill for breakfast viewing.

Add to that the Corona terror and, "you can't just step onto the patio you prole! You must go through the virus vector shop first!" Um, no. No I don't.

"We'd love to talk to you as we get ready to open in 2 hours but no, there's no hope of actually getting a beer here in our Osan kind of open windows shop at just after 1400. Best bet is to die and go to heaven."

It was a beautiful day to shave the cat...... and get a beer and calzone. OTGH, we take what we can get even if we have to make it ourself.

 yeah yeah, there was a barge tied up on the bank but it was a very quiet barge (nobody there) and I had the river and the kayakers, shade, and birds and it was a cool refreshing day after all despite the merchants of 'bite me' who occupied the upper banks of the river and were the masters of "NO".

Wednesday, July 1, 2020


On the subject of paying for slaves. If you make me pay for them, I insist on owning them. When you work out how much that comes to per slave let me know so I can put my bid in early. I'm not going ahead anymore with the Great Society bullshit, just send me my slaves when I pay for them. I have a liking for Circassian slave girls, so be forthcoming when you start to dole them out.

Otherwise, I'm not paying.

Yours for a better future.


I enjoyed the movie. It was probably, for me, Hollywood's last gasp of Americana and even then they somehow managed to make a mockery of their intent. He starts out as a champion of the Bill of Rights and ends up as a gun grabber who denies the 2nd Amendment but I do like the bits about the rest. Politics has always been about making the sheep afraid so they vote tyrants more and more power. You see the end result of that in democrat controlled cities and states throughout all of history. It never ends well for the little people and it really sucks for the others when the State comes after them just exactly the way Putin's State went after the Oligarchs it created at the breakup of the Soviet Union.

Make you afraid. They try with something over which mankind has no real effect. They claim the climate will doom us because progress. The claim is marvelously unprovable and histrionic and yet the 16 year old autism types lap it up like the milk of human kindness. They want to save the planet by making you all live in the dark, cold and foodless world you get out of zero emissions and zero GMO foods. Covid 19, like MERS, SARS, Swine flu will be followed next year by another virus. The weather will change from year to year. Murder hornets will be like those Asian killer carp in the Great Lakes and we'll all mosey along just fine unless we believe that all black people are our friends. You pretty much  quintupled your odds of death if you believe that.

Let's also spend $trillions on meteor defense, for the planet. BLM demands it!

Tuesday, June 30, 2020


There has been another one of those mysterious radiation plumes drifting into and over Europe from the east. It appears to be coming from Russia. It is reportedly low level harmless radioactive particles and they are slowly drifting over the parts of Europe some people remember fondly. We remember who started using gas in the First World War. They must have made a study of the prevailing winds.

You know what else gets distributed by the prevailing wind? Airborne pathogens developed in a weapons lab like the one that unleashed the Wuhan Corona virus. Same thing, just a little more tricky to trace back to the point of origin if you do it right. The prevailing winds are a factor few consider outside the realm of those who race sailboats competitively or study naval war in the Age of Sail.


I never thought I'd write these words but the time has come. I have reached the point where there truly is nothing so vile that I would not believe it of Democrats if someone I trusted imputed it or simply stated it. This makes it somewhat more difficult to get writing off the ground since reading the news now induces almost pure outrage. It really doesn't matter what the subject du jour is anymore since the media have hijacked all of them to one overriding purpose and that is the utter destruction of Donald Trump and all his works, the massacre and murder of all of his supporters and of course the ritual murder and destruction of his family, friends and acquaintances up to the 5th generation. Sort of like how North Korea treats dissidents and wanna-be-accused dissidents.

In academia it appears true that one cannot dismiss any student for any outrage no matter how vile so long is it was carried out under the pretext of intersectionality, blackness, colored, LBGTQWTF, or an action designed to smack around Trump supporters. To simply write "All Lives Matter," is enough for instant dismissal of tenured staff and immediate unemployment for anybody else but all the old rules about slander, libel, etc are tossed out the window and if you feel black enough you can get away with any kind of crime ranging from murder and terrorism to pulling down monuments and memorials in a ragged symphony agreeing with that idiot Obama that, "you didn't build that."

They destroy and lay waste to all that they touch and they keep getting away with it. It is disheartening. They say the wheels of justice grind slowly but they don't even move anymore in Washington DC where no amount of "October Surprise" and outing of the Coup plot is going to gain any traction at all with a media 100% disposed to ignore it and cover it up should it appear anywhere in the media.

The social media are run by pure filth and it's getting worse everyday. The papers suck and are so full of lies and made up trash it's no longer funny. Oh sure, the President points out that all the truly evil shitty cities are run by Democrats and have been for generations but the Washington Post still somehow finds the stupids to publish a fact check denial and say that only 19 of the worst 20 cities are run by Democrats and with that they think they've shafted the President with their quick 'demolition' of his argument that people who vote for Democrats don't simply accept the evil that results, they relish it, eat it up and spit it out as toxic venom that says anybody at all who disagrees with them is a white supremacist and a racist.

I got news for them. They are rapidly making their world view a reality.

We are watching a fascinating series on TV about New York City starting from when the Dutch paid for its location to be found by explorers searching the new world up until the present or maybe sometime around 1988. We are nowhere near the end having just reached the period immediately after World War II when Robert Moses took the old New York city and destroyed it to make a new one. All the talking heads throughout the show (an excellent show by the way) are cityphiles and they loved that old city and all those old things that Robert Moses swept away starting in the Depression and into the Space Age as he built 267 miles of freeway in the city, countless bridges and tunnels and demolished vast stretches of neighborhoods in US taxpayer funded 'urban renewal.'

What's amusing is to hear them talk about everything I take for granted but which they clearly loath with passion. They hate that cars supplanted street cars and highways supplanted the interurban and urban rail lines and they bemoan that all the old sort of tenements (ethnic neighborhoods you never heard of) were demolished to make way for soulless high rise hells built by architects who really hate people, especially poor  people who have to live in their crappy buildings.

I look at it all with the eye of one who lived on the edge of the city, used to visit the city, for a time and wouldn't be caught dead ever living in that city or most others. They are an interesting place to visit but given the choice I'd take coastal Maine over New York or Dallas or San Francisco and that's not the ignorant jest of a man who doesn't know what he's talking about. I lived and went to school in New Jersey about 20 miles from NYC. I lived and worked in Emeryville for about 5 years and lived in San Diego for decades between assignments overseas. I lived at 20 mile road Detroit and just outside of Cleveland and been to most of the major cities in the United States.

The best was San Francisco 25 years ago when it was still that shining city on a hill and the sun set on it every night from my house across the bay. Honolulu was good. You can see it all in a single day on a motor scooter and walk the good bits in a day just as easily if you like to walk. DC was a fantastic place to visit and for over 30 years every visit home included riding the Metro to the Mall and seeing the Air and Space Museum or the other museums and walking around. Of course, I walked in places like Georgetown and only during daylight in places like Buzzards Point and the Navy Yard.

I saw San Diego change during my long habitation there. My first day there I saw a motorcycle cop ride his bike onto the sidewalk next to me to cite a man for jaywalking. This was at First and Broadway. Across the street a mall was being built in a sea of flophouses, porno theaters and bars. Nowadays and for 30 years or more it has been known as the Gaslamp district and was pretty nice once the urban renewal crowd demolished all that and put up trendy bars, restaurants, theaters, etc. Of course they also shifted all the riffraff somewhere but I don't have any idea where they went. They were just gone. That lasted for about 20 years. They're back.

As I move around these days I keep seeing the people who try to use magic to keep from having their homes or stores join the hundreds or thousands of other homes and stores looted, burned and attacked by the violent mobs swarming our cities. You see their little talismans everywhere. "BLM" they say. It doesn't appear to work very well. I don't think the would-be magicians understand that all the violence, looting, pillaging and burning is being done by the Antifa scum who are getting away with it because nobody is shooting them dead on sight.

That's probably going to start happening pretty soon.

Thursday, June 25, 2020


There are a number of cities and municipalities that have caved under the tiny pressure of a handful of raving lunatics and are responding to intimidation by slashing spending on their law enforcement/public safety responsibilities. How exactly do they see that working out over the course of the next few months as various people confronted by arsonists, looters, rapists and murderers have no choice now but to defend themselves with deadly force?

It’s not going to be pretty. The sheep that refused to arm themselves are going to suffer, the well heeled will be out money, time and effort keeping the lawyers fully employed in response to thousands of justified shootings that will still nevertheless clog up court dockets and make life hell for people that have never ventured into that aspect of the misjustice system and it will also be very hard on the criminal class who are going to find dying at the hands of their victims a harsh blow to the freedom to loot, rape, pillage and kill with impunity that they expected after a summer of getting away with murder and all the other crimes.

I’m sort of looking forward to it. We’ll see new voices raised by people that are asked about their take on all this “gun” violence and start to respond by shouting, “Hallalujah Jesus!!!! Thank God I/she/he had a gun and could end this with a bang.”

I foresee a long line of black mourners who aren’t going to be thrilled with what happens when one takes the police who protect the criminals from their victims out of the equation and restores the balance to kill or be killed.

Once again, the side with the guns are most likely to come out of this latest charade of social justice with a wry shake of the head as the “gun victims” start screaming for police protection again.

Sunday, June 21, 2020


From the usual source at mostly Powerline Week in Review.