Diary: February 2018

Every time I write one of these, I say I will make it a regular feature. That never happens for some reason. The “collection of small items” has been a staple of magazine writing for generations because it is easy to produce and popular with readers. It works well for blogs like this, as it lets the blogger address all of the small items that don’t warrant a longer post. For some reason I have not developed the habit. My mind is aglow with whirling, transient nodes of thought careening thru a cosmic vapor of invention…..

Looking at the server logs, I was surprised to see continued growth in traffic. January of 2018 saw a 9% increase in traffic versus January 2017. February, on the other hand, has been a little flat, relative to last year, but February has always been the slowest month for some reason. July is the second slowest month and that makes sense. July is the biggest vacation month in the US. Even adjusting for the lost days, February has been the slowest month for this site since I started. I have no answer for it.

I’ve always assumed there is an upper limit to one man blogs. I could be wrong about it, but that’s my hunch. The reason is there is only so much anyone has to say about the world. Eventually, even the most expansive writer starts to repeat certain themes. Read anyone long enough and you notice it. Of course, some writers limit themselves to one topic, so they hit that point quickly. I have not read Robert Stacy McCain in a long time, as he said everything about blue-haired cat ladies that needed to be said….

The podcast is steadily ticking up in traffic. The funny thing about it is the growth has followed the same pattern as the blog. Obviously, I do nothing to promote myself. I don’t have a rich uncle bankrolling this operation. That means people discover this site and the podcast mostly through bad fortune. Word of mouth growth seems to follow a pattern. At first there is slow growth, then it takes off, but plateaus for a while, and then another period of rapid growth. That’s what’s happening with the podcast.

People have suggested I try some promotion, but I don’t know anything about promoting a podcast and I’m not all that interested in learning. Self-promotion is not something that comes naturally to me. A guy like Mike Cernovich is a natural self-promoter, despite the fact he has nothing to offer the world. Even though he is a nullity, he can attract a crowd, thus proving the power of marketing. That and the world has never been short of stupid people willing to give an mendacious clown like Cernovich an audience…

I got a few e-mails asking my thoughts on the Florida shooting. I’m in the John Derbyshire camp on this one. There is a reason these things happen, but it has nothing to do with any of the reasons we see the loonies shouting about on television. This time the Progressive nutters have enlisted a group of child actors, but the Left has been exploiting children this way since forever. This time it feels new, only because it has been a while since the last “what about the children” stunt, but otherwise it is the same show.

My hunch here is that “school shooter” has become a thing for the same reason “going postal” was a thing once. In a mass media society, certain things gain currency simply because they travel well on the mass medium. School shootings make for good TV and good scream show fodder. If you are a troubled kid seeking attention, the world is showing you the path. Eventually, some new nut will come along and do something else to be famous and that will be the thing everyone puzzles over for a while.

I will note that mass shootings adhere to Moynihan’s Law of the Canadian border. Someone plotted these events on a map and it is quite clear. The more diversity, the more likely you are to have these types of incidents. That’s not surprising. A mentally unstable person in a land of strangers is not going to get much help and they are going to feel even more alienated. It’s also why crime is higher in more diverse parts of the country, but it is a small prize for you to pay so Tyler Cowen can have kebabs on Wednesday…

Speaking of diversity, this story on the best states was amusing. Our Progressive rulers try very hard to make these things look empirical, but in the end, they prefer to live where there are not a lot of non-whites. Iowa is the fifth whitest state in the country and its non-white population is packed into well defined areas. Look at the whole list and that pattern is clear. The one exception is West Virginia, but Lefty hates hillbillies almost as much as he hates black people. Hill country will never be gentrified…

I got banned from Twitter last week for calling Piers Morgan a bad name. It is a seven day ban that expires on Friday. This is the second time this has happened and both times it was for directing unpleasant thoughts at a famous person. The first time I got zapped was for saying something mean about Dale Earnhardt Jr., believe it or not. From what I gather, the quickest way to get tossed from social media is to insult a famous person. You can promise to murder a member of the hoi polloi, but don’t dare insult a rich or famous person.

This is a trend we are seeing all over. The other day, some hockey fans were thrown out of the arena for being mean to one of the players. Heckling the players has been a tradition at hockey games since forever, but now feelings, especially the feelings of rich and famous people, count for everything. I suspect we are not too far from this becoming law. We will see rich people acquitted for killing a staffer, because they will contend the staffer insulted them in some way. Insulting a rich person will become a serious crime.

As un-American as this sounds, it is the norm in human societies. For most of human history, vexing someone in the ruling class was a good way to end up in the dungeon or on the scaffold. That is, to a great degree, the motivation behind the crack downs on speech in America. It’s not that the alt-right is spreading heresy or subversion. It’s that what they say makes the cat ladies sad. It’s why the people in charge are so viscous about this stuff. Hell hath no fury like a cat lady scorned…

The other day, the Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal from the administration on DACA. This is a standard thing the court does to try and force the lower courts to act properly. In other words, it is a process thing that sucks for the plaintiffs, but is good for the courts. The media trumpeted this a massive setback for Trump in his efforts to end the DACA program. Every news site, even Drudge, presented it as the beginning of the end for Trump, even though it is nothing of the sort.

It is, though, another reminder of the staggering dishonestly of our media. If the Washington Post printed my name on their front page, I’m getting my birth certificate out, assuming I have been wrong about my name for fifty years. I don’t even trust the date printed on news stories anymore. I suspect I’m not alone in now assuming all news is fake news. This can’t be a good thing. Maybe it will fix itself in time, but I suspect a big part of what troubles our society is just the endless lying of the people in charge…

Finally, it is easy to look around at the world and get depressed. Most days, the bad news outweighs the good news by a factor of ten. We are ruled by suicidal lunatics. Further, time is running out on doing something about it. One more click of the ratchet and future generations will be living in the rubble of our society. To use a sportsball analogy, it is the late innings and the olde towne team is behind. But, it is not all bad news. This post by J’Onquarious is a good reminder that the good guys are making up ground.

Maybe it is too late. Maybe all of us are doing nothing more than leaving a record so the robot historians will know that not all of us were mad. Until that is clear though, it is important to keep fighting. Maybe this thing can be turned around in time to leave a better world for those who come after us. Slowly, white Americans are waking up to what faces them. In that regard, the momentum is on our side. We just have to keep chipping away at it and maybe one day the lunatics will be sent back to their asylums…

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Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
2 years ago

History will have its way, regardless of what you and I may or may not do.

David+Wright
Member
2 years ago

Our boy Steve Sailer makes some observations about Steven Pinker’s new book, Enlightenment Now. He is kind of on board that many things are getting better, you know, technology, less plane crashes better smart phones. All the things if you are strictly a materialist that matter.

Yeah, if you set the parameters of your observations to your liking and leaving out things like social environments, quality of family life, type of work, debt etc., things might not look so good.

No country for old men.

David+Wright
Member
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

I bet most books of this nature could be shortened.

All those dystopian sci-fi novels and movies I have ingested help influence my less than positive outlook. Also my rudimentary logic and reason.

Dutch
Dutch
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Might I suggest Fredric Brown for your reading list?

Thorsted
Thorsted
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

The Pinker review was by John Gray that has been a former prof. of philosophy at Jesus College, LSE and Harvard. He stopped and is devoted to writing only. He is a close friend of Nassim Taleb and they have been after Pinker before with his book on the decline of violence.Gray is a very polemic reviewer and writer and he a always critical of the belief in “human progress”.

A.B. Prosper
A.B. Prosper
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

I had the same response to a book about AI and people I read, Nicolas Carr’s The Glass Cage

It was a longish magazine article stretched into a book.

It was a good book mind you but even for me, a regular reader of long fiction and non fiction it was so close to TL;DR territory

Repetition does not a good book make.

As to Pinker, Whig History all the way down.

Bruford or White?
Bruford or White?
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

“It’s also true that no where in America do people let their kids play outside unattended.”

It’s really that bad?

In my large 99% white English village it’s common to see quite small children wandering about.

Sir Lord Baltimore
Sir Lord Baltimore
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

One must wonder what the downstream consequences of children living their lives under constant supervision. How will this translate onto a larger societal/cultural scale. I personally think it will lead to more effete young men and a general slide toward totalitarian/collectivist mindsets. This can already be observed in today’s young adult population. A bunch of people raised by single women who are only a phone call away…A far cry from the “Be home by the time the streetlights come on” parenting that I experienced in the not so idyllic 1980’s.

Member
Reply to  Bruford or White?
2 years ago

Got the cops called on me & mine for letting my two kiddos go as a buddy team to the park. Which is 100 yards from my front porch and also visible from my front porch. Nothing came of it because the cops (two squad cars on the call) saw what the deal was and had some common sense.

Tax Slave
Tax Slave
Reply to  Bruford or White?
2 years ago

Just wait until Corbyn becomes PM…

Issac
Issac
Reply to  Bruford or White?
2 years ago

I have seen 90% white American villages with mine own eyes that are similarly bucolic visions. They are hinterland affairs, places where the diaspora and the shitlib go to experience nature and bemoan the crass people who call such a place home. As in Britain, once one becomes a tad more urban, it isn’t long before there are an exponential increase of brown faces and crime.

Malicious Moniker
Malicious Moniker
Reply to  Bruford or White?
2 years ago

White is good but Bruford is One of a Kind.

Zeroth Tollrants
Zeroth Tollrants
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Ran across a copy of Bowling Alone in an used book store last year, figured I should read it since I’d only read the bare bones of the Putnam studies.
Turns out, that’s all you need to read. After slogging through that 400+ page borefest, I still don’t know who Putnam wrote the book for…certainly not for anyone who garners pleasure from reading, that’s for certain.

Switzerman
Reply to  Zeroth Tollrants
2 years ago

I once saw Putnam give a speech. It was the most god-awful shallow and boring thing I ever heard, and yet he got raucous rock-star applause from the assembled progressives fanbois. I tried to read Bowling Alone as well, but it was like Guns Germs & Steel – imo massively overrated.

Ryan
Ryan
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Pinker is another Catcher in the Rye. He’s there to trade red-pilled on the sexes for blue-pilled on race. He’s also drowned in academia, the charts and graphs are probably true reflections of his soul. As an increasingly balding guy, though, I would be more than happy to trade for his head of hair. Beggars can’t be choosers.

A.B. Prosper
A.B. Prosper
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Which matter very little. I do have better video games than in 1980 but they aren’t actually more fun now than the old ones were then I have more books but there were plenty than, I have more music choice which s good I suppose but again I’m not getting more enjoyment of it and while my D&D collection is bountiful, the cultural ruin makes it hard to find actual players. Outside of medicine in some areas and pollution control I’d gladly trade the current technology for the culture and tech of 1980 or hell 1970 Its not as cool,… Read more »

Matrix
Matrix
2 years ago

Your blog has become a sort of therapy as it gives me a chance to relay teaching stories to your readers. These stories are harbingers of the future. I see it very clearly now. As I have reflected on it, teaching was self-serving as it is an excuse to keep learning new knowledge and get paid for it! What the heck, maybe help some snot-nosed kid along the way. My style was to needle kids a little to create relationships. No problem for 30 years, with nary a complaint. Now, forget about it as the sensitivity of our little nose-miners… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Matrix
2 years ago

“Talk low. Talk slow. And don’t say too much.” – John Wayne I teach as well, but in the private sector. It’s the parents driving this sort of thing, not the kids. The parents weaponize their kids at home, fill them up with things to be on alert for at school, and the kids have a built-in attention getting device. Fortunately, in my line of work, I can just cut them loose if I smell a bad situation coming. But it’s getting tougher because parents are pretty vindictive, and will become customer terrorists, so I have to be careful. I’ve… Read more »

Karl McHungus
Karl McHungus
Reply to  hokkoda
2 years ago

When my boys were little I would tell them “you can stop crying, or I will give you something to cry about”. Funny enough, they never once chose to keep on crying.

Member
Reply to  Karl McHungus
2 years ago

My son did a “superman” fall when we were running down a steep trail section on a popular trail here. Tore up both his knees pretty bad, still has the scar on his one elbow. Cut his chin. He cried a bit, that just effing hurts, and I told him, “Wait until you get to tell the girls at school on Monday HOW you did that bombing down a trail at 9,500 feet jumping over rocks and you hit a rock and flew through the air.” Got him laughing. Props to the people coming UP the trail…they all were high… Read more »

Dan S
Dan S
2 years ago

With mass migration, I think we’ve started to make some pushback. America and Europe at least are now aware that demographic assault is upon them. People were aware for several years now, but the feeling was that nothing could be done. Trump has been a game changer as the lower classes actually stood up for themselves. I may also add that Russia has now become a rallying point due to their resistance to the cloud people trend. Countries that refuse to suicide themselves with the Muslims are allying with Russia (Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland), along with Trump. I forsee the… Read more »

Andy Texan
Reply to  Dan S
2 years ago

The commie progs have done a 180 on Russia due to the their gut feelings that the Russians are not on-board the anti-white train.

Shrugger
Shrugger
2 years ago

I’m betting that it is too late. I don’t like Bertrand Russell much, but I do like this quote: “Most people would rather die than think; many do.”

Member
2 years ago

Question for Z-man:

Have you found any news aggregators that lean right or at least are not lefty and cover some of the goings-on in the right-o-sphere?

I have hit Drudge for many years, but noticed a few years back he got lazy and does not update as much. And since Trump became a candidate Drudge has become pouty and pissy about Trump, any nationalist sentiment, and any hint of social conservatism/traditionalism. I’ve about had enough and check Drudge at most once a day.

Zeroth Tollrants
Zeroth Tollrants
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Let me sum up the Drudge regular feature stories you can depend on-

Holocaust/Nazi/Something odious happened to Jews

Exorcism

Kitschy story of some small town Americana type

Freakish animal discovered/animals doing freakish things

Celebrity scandal/outrageous/statement/event

Scary robotics/tech/A.I.

Ancient discovery

Something cultural, either current music or fashion

Long read article on some important person you’ve probably never heard of, likely from NYC fashion or publishing world

Political links of the day, approx 80% of which are drawn from standard MSM sources versus smaller right wing sources/blogs

Links to just about anything written by Maureen Dowd or Camille Paglia

Lather, rinse, repeat

Tax Slave
Tax Slave
Reply to  Zeroth Tollrants
2 years ago

He’s been linking regularly on his red underlined “alerts” to MSM sources: WaPo, NYT, CNN on which I refuse to click.

bad guest
bad guest
Reply to  Zeroth Tollrants
2 years ago

You left out latest transperson/transcelebrity news.

Tax Slave
Tax Slave
Reply to  roo_ster
2 years ago
DLS
DLS
Reply to  roo_ster
2 years ago

Here is my Drudge replacement: https://thelibertydaily.com/

Member
Reply to  roo_ster
2 years ago

He’s got a crush on Ryan Seacrest today. Like anybody even watches the Oscars anymore…sheesh.

Drake
Drake
2 years ago

Derb is right of course. Shooting up a school is the new way to get famous. It didn’t take off much after Columbine. I wonder if Beslan gave it some momentum?

If the media didn’t want repeats, we wouldn’t know the shooters’ names, or many of the details without extensive research. I personally avoid the news for at least a week after these things – but it must be a ratings bonanza based on the dedicated coverage. That it can be twisted to help their leftist agenda is a bonus. (or maybe vice versa)

Drake
Drake
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

I think back to my high school days in the early 80s. It would have been a lot easier to walk in with a gun and start blasting. I suppose I would have had to settle for granddad’s pump 12-gauge instead of a semi-auto rifle. The big difference is that it never occurred to me and I’d never heard of something so terrible. I actually used to be in a group that did Revolutionary war reenactments. We would march around the High School practice field with muskets – nobody cared. I even brought the musket into class as part of… Read more »

PawPaw
PawPaw
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Read the article by Jack Cashill at Conservative
Tree house entitled “Incompetence Wasn’t the Problem in Browsed County” then follow the link to
“Sundancesresearch”
If this is accurate, someone needs to go to prison.

Drake
Drake
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Sure – we had still had “reform” schools for the trouble makers. Some of the real trouble-makers just weren’t there when we started high school.

james+wilson
james+wilson
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Many of the shooters seem to have a full expectation that they will surrender and live. I wonder how many shootings there would be if they were roasted over an open fire the next day like in olden times.

Ryan
Ryan
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

Another variable to consider is the drugs. Some weirdly large percentage of boys have been taking ADD meds since elementary school. That’s not going to make everyone insane but they’ll probably make at least some people insane.

Zeroth Tollrants
Zeroth Tollrants
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

No, it has never been harder to commit one of these shootings. My kids were in elementary/middle school when Columbine happened, and I was substituting at a few of the local schools, Inc high schools. I could easily walk in and out of any door of all of these schools, all around the building. It got tighter post-Columbine when we moved states and my kids went to new middle/high schools, they put in a long driveway with camera checkpoints and a guard that required you to show ID before you got into the parking lot. All well and good. However,… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Zeroth Tollrants
2 years ago

“Makes you wonder why this school was so lax. Was it purposeful?” I’m not sure if it was purposeful or not, but I DO think that the media’s overwrought orgasm of anti-gun, anti-NRA foolishness is a direct attempt to prevent the public from getting to the truth. We had a good 5-6 days where the NRA was demonized as the KKK. What do we have this week? Turns out the cops didn’t enter the school, stopped EMS from entering the school, none of their radios worked, and that multiple law enforcement agencies from the FBI down to the state/local level… Read more »

Tax Slave
Tax Slave
Reply to  thezman
2 years ago

In my mind it’s very simple. It’s a violent backlash to feminized culture.

Drake
Drake
2 years ago

The local New Jersey news channel had a bunch of stories this morning about kids under investigation for talking about guns and / or school shootings. With the theater of school evacuations, police investigations, and breathless reporting.

Of course kids talk about the news! And of course some of them even think to mimic the biggest story about a kid. You assholes in the media made it happen.

Zeroth Tollrants
Zeroth Tollrants
Reply to  Drake
2 years ago

We’ve had 5 kids arrested in our county since this shooting, for “making threats” whatever that means. They’ve now taken to announcing on the radio, (I don’t watch tv), every news break that parents need to be watching their kids social media 24/7 because making threats to do harm is a felony punishable up to 5 yrs.

As I was writing this, the news just cut in and announced that a teacher w/a gun has barricaded themselves in a classroom and a shot has been fired in Dalton, GA.
Dandy.

Dutch
Dutch
2 years ago

I wish I had a nickel for every event and occurance that marked “the beginning of the end” for Trump.

I am not sure he, or the rest of us, can turn anything around for the long run. But there has been a lot of flipping over of rocks to show the rot that lies underneath. There must be some value in that.

TomA
TomA
2 years ago

Do not despair at all the bad news. Lots of good things are happening in the shadows. Although the probability of reversing course via a grassroots movement is low, that doesn’t mean we are lost. It just means that we may have to take a different road to get there. The Left is strong now because it is feeding off the wealth of others. Change that and they will starve.

Dan S
Dan S
2 years ago

I’m a millennial who was 17 when the Columbine school shooting happened in 1999. I can give some first account insight into why this is happening. I had the privilege of going first to high school in NYC before my parents got rich and moved us to a NJ suburb. The high school there was one of the top ten in all of New Jersey. In NYC, I was the nerdy type who was constantly picked on because of my nerdiness. After learning karate though, I was able to fight back against my bullies physically. While I was suspended once,… Read more »

TomA
TomA
Reply to  Dan S
2 years ago

When you let boys be boys (e.g. small scale transient physical scuffles), then the hormonal pressure of male adolescence is released in lots of small vents. When you prevent this natural activity from occurring, the pressure builds until the kettle explodes. This is an important example of the stupidity epidemic problem that we are facing.

Issac
Issac
Reply to  Dan S
2 years ago

The feminization aside, scale is a problem in US schools too. One thing I noticed when first introduced to the American public education system (bear in mind this was in a wealthy and plurality Jewish suburb) was the sheer scaling involved. In Europe or Israel I was accustomed to seeing village sized schools with a hundred or two tops in their total body. Americans even in choice districts had to contend with numbers an order of magnitude higher. The Dunbar number comes into effect here quite rapidly. Nobody could possibly know even most of their age cohort or even designation.… Read more »

el_baboso
Member
Reply to  Dan S
2 years ago

I had a very similar experience. I was lucky that after four years of the crap you describe, I had the opportunity to go to a very tough Catholic high school with the kids I left behind in the old neighborhood and elsewhere in eastern LA County. The order that taught us gave us two to three hours of homework every night and six to ten hours every weekend. If you weren’t in interscholastic sports, you had an hour of intramural sports every day and bloody lips and bruises were common.

Al from da Nort
Al from da Nort
Reply to  Dan S
2 years ago

Dan; You, Issac & Tom A have just opened my eyes. I had no idea that school had recently become so awful for the average boy.* I guess I was lucky that I did HS in the ’60s (it was, as is usual in all ages, both good and bad stuff at the time) and so I was originally baffled by the discussions of the conditions today. My kids in school in the ’80’s were girls. So I had little exposure then. I really sorrow about what was lost. I pray that something like my earlier situation could be restored,… Read more »

Dan S
Dan S
Reply to  Al from da Nort
2 years ago

This actually in many ways was the schooling I had in the 80’s and early 90’s in working class NYC. Maybe it’s still true in working class areas today, but I have no way of knowing. The clue might be to look at where all the school shootings are occurring. They almost always happen in rich suburbs and never working class areas. One reason is community; you still find a stronger sense of community in a working class area than in a suburban environment. Suburbs are basically an anomaly that arose after WW2 to accommodate returning GI’s and people who… Read more »

Member
2 years ago

The frequency of school shootings parallels the massive growth in child psychiatry and resulting issuance of prescription psychotropic medicines.

Just like you’re right to ask if a mass shooter outside of a school is an Islamic terrorist, you’re right to ask if a mass shooter inside of a school is on SSRIs and seeing a child psychiatrist.

Bunny
Bunny
Reply to  hokkoda
2 years ago

Agreed, but doesn’t that present a chicken/egg conundrum? Which came first, the crazy or the meds?

Issac
Issac
Reply to  Bunny
2 years ago

The crazy used to be confined to asylums and the death penalty removed criminally insane genes from the population as well. Cruz biological mother was apparently a junky. It seems likely he was sired by a violent criminal. The Vegas shooter’s father was a career criminal. School environment not withstanding, the western States have done a masterful job of ensuring the proliferation of bad seed. Progressives denial of biology and hatred of guns makes perfect sense when you realize they are the party of defective people rallied to defend the interests of wealthy elites. Crazy came first. SSRIs were simply… Read more »

Member
Reply to  Bunny
2 years ago

No, because the crazy came first. The pharma industry and psychologists/psychiatrists realized that they FIRST had to create a low of new “disorders”. Once you have a massive expansion of the diagnostics, you can offer a suite of drugs to treat them.

Numerous studies have shown that the statistical presentation of ADHD is about 5% in the population, but more than 5% of children are on the meds.

Old surfer
Old surfer
Reply to  Bunny
2 years ago

The schools, teachers and doctors are all responsible. Media too for that matter. The diagnosis of adhd is relatively recent, as is the prescription of ritalin and ssri drugs. The kids are not crazy, just bored. Give them drugs and you can make them crazy. When I was having a hard time sitting still it got treated with extra laps around the track, not a prescription for speed or heavy downers.

el_baboso
Member
Reply to  hokkoda
2 years ago

I know a couple who have their kid doped up on adderall. I’d characterize them as overachieving “A” students. Their kid is a reverting to the mean B- student. He’s not getting any sleep, skinny as a rail and just looks like he’s beyond exhausted. If his folks would just be honest with themselves, they’d back off and let him pursue a trade or join the service. But he’s got to go to college and join the managerial class, right?

It will not end well.

Rod1963
Rod1963
2 years ago

Time is indeed running out, for a peaceful resolution. Eventually I see it ending in bloodshed when the whites are pushed into a corner and there is no alternative but respond in kind to the white lunatics who rule over us and their henchmen in the government and in business. The thing is the progs aren’t going to stop with their identity politics and demonizing whitey. In fact it will get worse, it always does when you have what amounts to a lead up to ethnic cleansing. Historically violence, death and expulsion are the end products of this sort of… Read more »

A.B. Prosper
A.B. Prosper
Reply to  Rod1963
2 years ago

They’ve already shot at us, c.f Las Vegas, c.f the attack on Representative Scalise and the other Republicans the only oddity is the guys were in their 60’s who did this, an older more capable generation the younger people don’t have the guts or skill even todays Communist fold under pressure most of the time They’ll count on the Government, aka Mommy to do it all for them what will trigger a backlash in the US Is unknown to me, we’ve allowed 50 million immigrants without a peep and allowed our culture to be destroyed and replaced by a repulsive… Read more »

XMan
XMan
2 years ago

“kebabs on Wednesday”
Great line!

Glen Filthie
Glen Filthie
Member
2 years ago

Have faith, boys. Americans are not Euros. They’ve never been invaded before, they don’t like losers and they sure as hell don’t like losing. Losing was popular with baby boomers back in the 60’s but now? It’s getting old. Everyone knows the media slobs are full of shite, and you can get the truth just by reflecting on the lies they tell and reading between the lines. Media slobs haven’t picked up on the fact that the average man is smarter than they are, and lying to him probably isn’t going to work. Hanging a few lefties and vibrants should… Read more »

Member
2 years ago

I see no signs of Americans awakening to anything.

rapscallion
rapscallion
2 years ago

“It is dangerous to be right in matters on which the established authorities are wrong.”

Voltaire

Malicious Moniker
Malicious Moniker
2 years ago

DITTO!!!

Christopher Hunt
Christopher Hunt
2 years ago

You use your tongue purtier than a twenty dollar whore.