Thursday, November 23, 2017

Pass the dressing, please

Res Ipsa Loquitur


How many of you have heard that our founders were atheists or were agnostics? So that’s the first Thanksgiving, the official proclamation for it. It has traceable routes right back to the Pilgrims.

Proclamation Thanksgiving

“Now, therefore, I do recommend and assign Thursday the 26th day of November next to be devoted by the People of these States to the service of that great and glorious Being, who is the beneficent Author of all the good that was, that is, or that will be. That we may then all unite in rendering unto Him our sincere and humble thanks — for His kind care and protection of the People of this Country previous to their becoming a Nation. For the signal and manifold mercies, and the favorable interpositions of His Providence which we experienced in the tranquility, union, and plenty, which we have since enjoyed; for the peaceable and rational manner, in which we have been enabled to establish constitutions of government for our safety and happiness, and particularly the national one now lately instituted — for the civil and religious liberty with which we are blessed…”

“And also that we may then unite in most humbly offering our prayers and supplications to the great Lord and Ruler of Nations and beseech Him to pardon our national and other transgressions — to enable us all, whether in public or private stations, to perform our several and relative duties properly and punctually.” And “to render our national government a blessing to all the people, by constantly being a government of wise, just, and constitutional laws, discreetly and faithfully executed and obeyed. To protect and guide all Sovereigns and Nations … and to bless them with good government, peace, and concord.

To promote the knowledge and practice of true religion and virtue, and the encrease [sic] of science among them and us — and generally to grant unto all Mankind such a degree of temporal prosperity as He alone knows to be best. Given under me hand at the city of New York on the 3rd day of October in the Year of Our Lord 1789, George Washington.”

"Thanksgiving, man. Not a good day to be my pants." —Kevin James

When Morgan Speaks ...

Psycho Thanksgiving

 A Psyco Thanksgiving

This video was deleted by YouTube because (I'm guessing) it struck too close to home for the delete-er. Anyway, eBAUMS has it.  (via Tom "Gobble Gobble"Mann)

Barry and Stu ...

 Barry Farber offers his take on dethroning of thug-dictator Robert Mugabe
"Good old Stu Tarlowe, faithful commentator to the very end, quipped that most if not all of those purloined people might be better off in the asylum than in the craziness that is life in Zimbabwe."


It looks like the worst country in the world is about to get better, or maybe worse!

Writer and commentator Stu Tarlowe (whom many know as Stu Tarlowe on C&S), in an American Thinker article a while back and just recently on my radio program, echoed an observation that “Africa’s breadbasket has become a basket case.” Tarlowe was referring to the southern African nation of Zimbabwe, formerly the agricultural and industrial powerhouse named Rhodesia, which autocrat Robert Mugabe has both comically and catastrophically misruled since 1987.

Read it all HERE.
Good One Stu, Gobble Gobble.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

When I was a teen, in my 20's ...


OK - That's It - I'm Officially a "Dinosaur":
Ron in Ohio
After all of the so called, "Entertainment/Slime-Media/Politically Expedient/B-S!" I have NOT been accused of any sexual improprieties from years ago when I was most able and capable of deserving those accusations.


After all of the so called, "Entertainment/Slime-Media/Politically Expedient/B-S!" I have NOT been accused of any sexual improprieties from years ago when I was most able and capable of deserving those accusations.

Although my wife is relieved to see that I have withstood this latest fad, my ego has taken a beating - (OK- Not really!).

Ya' see, I was raised as a Conservative. As a person that respects others, as long as they were equally respectful. No matter their political preference, race or sex. I was raised in the South and I called my elders, "Yes Sir!"and "Yes Ma'am!" (Much to the ridicule of my Northern cousins) and I, as a boy of the 50's with my teenage hormones blazing, pushed my affections as far as a girl didn't say, "NO!" Then, I stopped - Out of respect.

When I was a teen, in my 20's or by the time I was 30 (Married, for sure by then) I would gladly spend my time "sowing my wild oats" - But, only when it was, and never when it was not, consensual. (Ya' see, most Lib-O's don't understand that some women, not all, need to "sow their wild oats" too, as much as a man to let them experience the good and bad of life before settling-down to a good, stable man, just as does a man looking for that "Perfect Woman")  Even our Ohio Amish and Mennonites understand that with their practice of "Rumspringa" - Look it up if ya' don't know of it.

It seems that only the rejected, politically motivated or sensationally opportunistic women (And, let's not forget those men too) have a sudden spate of remembrance after 20, 30 or 40 years. [Have ya' really wondered - "Why now?"]

I still admire and respect women for the wonderful, yet different species that they are to a viral male. I have never forced my attentions on a girl/woman and have never been accused of doing so.

Therefore; I feel that the times have left me behind. Had I pursued a life in the Holly-Weird industry or as a politician or as a Slime-Stream Media Reporter or as a major sport's celebrity. I'd be; "Chic" - "Now" - Up-To-Date" - "What's Happening" - Or - Whatever it's now called. Instead of the "Dinosaur" moniker that I so love and I'm now called.

That's my opinion!

I know Teacher ... I Know!

Tommy 'Gun" Mann

Nottin' to see here you'ns ain't seen afore ... Call back when something is done about it.

Eric Holder Caught Red-Handed Blocking Conservative Groups After ‘Smoking Gun’ Email Revealed

Obama. Comey. Mueller. Click-Click


Isn’t it curious that Barack Obama appointed James Comey to lead the FBI the same year that the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of Benghazi was just getting started? Wouldn’t you like to see a new Special Counsel asking all of these questions?



1) Why was James Comey allowed to oversee the Clinton investigation given the fact that he is personally wealthy due to his association with the Clinton Foundation and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton?

2) Is it possible that the millions of dollars in James Comey’s personal bank account, due to his private sector work that intersected directly with the Clinton Foundation and former Secretary Clinton, tainted the outcome of the investigation in any way?

First off, Comey is not a hard-charging “Republican lawman” as many Members of Congress have referred to him. Comey became an Assistant US Attorney for the Clinton administration in 1996. And get this: At the time, Comey became good friends with Robert Mueller, the current Special Counsel conducting the Russiagate witch hunt against President Trump.

Comey and Mueller were described as “rising stars” in the Clinton Justice Department when they were both mentored by (drumroll please…) Eric Holder. Yes, that Eric Holder.

Here’s where things start to look really fishy. Comey took a break from working in the Justice Department from 2005 until 2013. So what did he do in that time? Well, he’s a lawyer, so one of the jobs he took during his sabbatical from the DOJ was to serve as the lead counsel for weapons contractor Lockheed Martin. As the main attorney for Lockheed Martin, Comey was no doubt intimately involved in all of the weapons contracts that the company procured through the State Department and the Pentagon.

In 2010 — while Comey was working at Lockheed Martin — the company donated $250,000 to the Bill and Hillary Clinton Foundation. Bill Clinton was paid $250,000 to deliver a speech in Egypt that year by the American Chamber of Commerce (Lockheed Martin is a member of the American Chamber of Commerce).

Just a few days before that speech, Lockheed received approval for two new weapons contracts from the Clinton-run State Department. In fact, over the course of that entire year, Lockheed Martin won approval for 17 separate weapons contracts that needed approval from the State Department.

Lockheed Martin paid James Comey $6 million for his services in 2010. But Comey’s private sector work that rubbed up against the Clinton Foundation didn’t stop there. [THE FULL MONTY]

The CIA's been problematic since formed from bones of the O.S.S. after WW2.  The first incidents that  spelled FBI corruption surfaced in Arkansas after Clinton became president.  Today both agencies have been run as a political fiefdoms where corruption is an open secret. And, may I add, a prime argument for protecting Second Amendment rights.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017


A Wyoming transsexual person was convicted of raping a ten-year-old girl.

Miguel Martinez, a biological male who identifies as a woman and goes by the name Michelle, was found guilty of first and second degree sexual abuse against a child. Now, he faces 70 years in prison.

According to The Billings Gazette, the girl told police Martinez lured the child into a bathroom on March 23, where he molested and raped her.

The victim reportedly told police about the assault, saying "it hurt" before breaking down in tears.

Nurses at the Wyoming Medical Center examined the girl and found inflammation and abrasions.

According to court documents, Police reported they found Martinez after the assault "extremely intoxicated." He accused the victim of "talking crap" and called her allegations a "publicity stunt."

Martinez pleaded not guilty to both counts of sexual abuse.

Here's the kicker.  WCBM radio host Bruce Elliot reports that  Martinez will serve time in a women's prison.


Tommy Lee Mann

VETS:Top 10 Most Realistic War Movies

What about Operation Petticoat?


  Tommy 'Gun" Mann

Race Doesn't Matter Here



What if Ken Starr Was Right?

No Russ.  It's "What if I Was Wrong?")
So now a new [narrative]  may be forming for the age of Harvey Weinstein and Donald Trump. In this story, Kenneth Starr and the Republicans are still dismissed as partisan witch hunters. But liberals might be willing to concede that the Lewinsky affair was a pretty big deal morally, a clear abuse of sexual power, for which Clinton probably should have been pressured to resign.

After doing all this reading, I’m not sure my reasonable middle ground is actually reasonable. It may be that the conservatives of the 1990s were simply right about Clinton, that once he failed to resign he really deserved to be impeached.

Yes, the Republicans were too partisan, the Starr Report was too prurient and Clinton’s haters generated various absurd conspiracy theories.

But the Clinton operation was also extraordinarily sordid, in ways that should be thrown into particular relief by the absence of similar scandals in the Obama administration, which had perfervid enemies and circling investigators as well.

The sexual misconduct was the heart of things, [No it wasn't.  'At the heart of things' were the drugs, murders, treason, and utter corruption of the Clinton crime family] but everything connected to Clinton’s priapism was bad: the use of the perks of office to procure women, willing and unwilling; the frequent use of that same power to buy silence and bully victims; and yes, the brazen public lies and perjury.

Something like Troopergate, for instance, in which Arkansas state troopers claimed to have served as Clinton’s panderers and been offered jobs to buy their silence, is often recalled as just a right-wing hit job. But if you read The Los Angeles Times’s reporting on the allegations (which included phone records confirming the troopers’ account of a mistress Clinton was seeing during his presidential transition) and Stephanopoulos’s portrayal of Clinton’s behavior in the White House when the story broke, the story seems like it was probably mostly true.

I have less confidence about what was real in the miasma of Whitewater. But with Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky, we know what happened: A president being sued for sexual harassment tried to buy off a mistress-turned-potential-witness with White House favors, and then committed perjury serious enough to merit disbarment. Which also brought forward a compelling allegation from Juanita Broaddrick that the president had raped her.

The longer I spent with these old stories, the more I came back to a question: If exploiting a willing intern is a serious enough abuse of power to warrant resignation, why is obstructing justice in a sexual harassment case not serious enough to warrant impeachment? Especially when the behavior is part of a longstanding pattern that also may extend to rape? Would any feminist today hesitate to take a similar opportunity to remove a predatory studio head or C.E.O.?

There is a common liberal argument that our present polarization is the result of constant partisan escalations on the right — the rise of Newt Gingrich, the steady Hannitization of right-wing media.

Some of this is true. But returning to the impeachment imbroglio made me think that in that case the most important escalators were the Democrats. They had an opportunity, with Al Gore waiting in the wings, to show a predator the door and establish some moral common ground for a polarizing country.

And what they did instead — turning their party into an accessory to Clinton’s appetites, shamelessly abandoning feminist principle, smearing victims and blithely ignoring his most credible accuser, all because Republicans funded the investigations and they’re prudes and it’s all just Sexual McCarthyism— feels in the cold clarity of hindsight like a great act of partisan deformation [BLAH BLAH BLAH]

After 25 years Russ (writing for the NYT) concludes: Bill Clinton may have been a sexual predator.  Here's the real Clinton epitaph.  Bill Clinton was John the Baptist to a satanic Obama savior.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Does that include nukes?

The Second Amendment exists to ensure that the People have the means to discourage and resist tyranny. I've shared this quote here before, and I'll do it again: Tench Coxe, one of America's Founders, when asked "Just what sort of arms shall the People 'keep and bear'?", emphatically replied, "Every terrible implement of the soldier!" [Stu Tarlowe]

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Friday, November 17, 2017

Gun Control: A War Not a Conversation

Semi-Auto Rifles: 
Common for 100 Years: 
Mass Shooters, Not

Arizona -( Opponents of an armed population often claim that semi-automatic rifles are a new phenomena in the United States. That is false. [FULL]

Filed under 'Poll Manipulation'

Fox News Poll Claims Roy Moore Losing Despite Faulty Numbers

That poll stands in striking contrast to a Fox10/Strategy Research poll of 3,000 likely voters in Alabama released on Wednesday and conducted on Monday of this week that shows Moore with a six point lead over Jones, 49 percent to 43 percent, with a two percent margin of error.
The 14 point differential between the two polls conducted over the same three day period contributes to the great uncertainty surrounding the election thrown into chaos by unsubstantiated allegations of sexual harassment made against Judge Moore over the past week by several women. [FULL]

Candy Little Girl?

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Unexplained Photo


Creepy Joe Biden **

Sessions Swats Biden's Hand Away

Taking a Dump here Boss

Today's FUN DUMP

Thursday, November 16, 2017

My Idyl

The first 3D VR Glasses?

What's in a name ...


A scholarly endeavor  ...
Maryland was most likely named after Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ.
Maryland Seal- Obverse


I was doing some research on the origin of Maryland as the first colony to espouse religious freedom for a talk to 7-8 grades. I came across this distortion on Google when searching for the origin of the state name:

THE STATE NAME: The charter that Lord Baltimore received from King Charles I of England specified a name for the new colony. It was to be called Maryland to honor King Charles' wife Queen Henrietta Maria (Queen Mary).Jul 28, 2017

But wikipedia says this:

... since the original capital of Maryland was St. Mary's City on the north shore of the Potomac River – and the county surrounding it, the first erected/created in the province,[56] was named St. Mary's County – Maryland was most likely named after Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. The great seal of Maryland also supports this conclusion. The obverse side of the seal reads TERRÆ MARIÆ,[57] which translates in Latin as "Land of Mary" instead of TERRÆ MARIA, which would acknowledge Henrietta's middle name.
Officially, the new "Maryland Colony" was named in honor of Henrietta Maria of France, wife of Charles I of England.[55] Alternatively, Some Catholic scholars and historians believe Maryland may have been named after Mary, the mother of Jesus, by George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore prior to his death in 1632.

His original intent may never fully be known. The specific name given in the charter was phrased Terra Mariae, anglice, Maryland. The English name was preferred due to undesired associations of Mariae with the Spanish Jesuit Juan de Mariana, linked to the Inquisition. In addition, Henrietta was never referred to by both her first and middle name. Scholars also agree that under no circumstances was a territory ever named after someone's middle name.

Many agree[who?] that since the original capital of Maryland was St. Mary's City on the north shore of the Potomac River – and the county surrounding it, the first erected/created in the province,[56] was named St. Mary's County – Maryland was most likely named after Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. The great seal of Maryland also supports this conclusion. The obverse side of the seal reads TERRÆ MARIÆ,[57] which translates in Latin as "Land of Mary" instead of TERRÆ MARIA, which would acknowledge Henrietta's middle name.[58]

I sent Google this feedback comment with the link:
look at wikipedia which properly explains Maryland named after Mary the mother of Jesus. Thus the first sate capital was St. Mary City in St, Mary county

Thought you might be interested in this Gee, guess I was throwing spit balls when we were taught about Maryland. Our Holy Mother must be hurt by the state of Maryland today, Reparations to her are needed for this outrage...

Studebaker Wally

Wally Ruzek

*In 1974, during halftime at a Maryland-Virginia  football game, in College Park, Virginia's pep band outraged us  homeboys. An announcer read from an oh-so-discourteous script, while the band - a Mack Sennet inspired ramshackle - played tunes like "Maryland, My Christmas Tree" (Maryland's anthem, "Maryland My Maryland," shares its melody with "O Christmas tree).  There were easy targets, like our about to be jailed Governor - Marvin Mandel (D), and erstwhile Gov. Spiro Agnew (R). I was in the crowd, and was way pissed .. then.  Now, it appears that the Cavalier pep band was onto something. 

Holder ...the America of Barack Obama!

Holder's Mustache                           

Eric Holder blasts ‘orange man’ Trump:
‘We want the America of Barack Obama’

“You don’t do politics when you’re attorney general, but as a private citizen and as a defender of the Obama legacy, I’m free to say what I want and to say it in the way that I’d like to,” Mr. Holder told the website for an “Off Message” podcast titled “Eric Holder Is Tired of Being Polite.”

Felix Holder

Did he say that!? Did he say "You don’t do politics when you’re attorney general?" He said that? I offer a blast from the past. He wasn't in office more than a few hours when he Did Kinston; The Black Panthers; and, well HERE.

For more icing on this cake: Eric Holder’s 7 Worst Actions as Attorney General