Friday, July 24, 2015


And take CHARGE! Carly Fiorina rules Jake Tapper while attacking the real opponent - Hillary Clinton (Tapper: Epic Fail as he tries to NAIL Carly on 'rape and incest' exception to abortion!)


Note to Fox News - if this woman isn't on the debate stage in a few weeks, you are NOT fair and balanced!

Tuesday, July 21, 2015



Personally, I don’t know more about Trump than any of you, possibly less. I know that he has had properties in bankruptcy several times, but 'Chrisley' of 'Chrisley Knows Best' recently had a whopper of a bankruptcy and his show was renewed. I know that Trump took the legal way out of being drafted for Vietnam while Clinton fled the country and pulled strings based on what he perceived as his future value to the nation to avoid Vietnam. I know that Trump is filthy rich, and beholden to nobody.

And I know that his thought processes has no filter.

I know that he has 'evolved' on issues, in a far more sensible way than Obama waking up and deciding that gay marriage should suddenly be the law of the land.

I find it verys telling that both the establishment GOP, which I have no use for, the liberals, who are useless, and the media, which is corrupt, absolutely hate Donald Trump. And the reason that they hate him is because he has tapped into America……the actual America…..not the leftist dream of America and not the media propaganda machine's 'creation' of America. I suspect that if Trump thinks that you are fucked in the head he will tell you to your face, cameras or no cameras.  Trump's opinions are always on the tip of his tongue.

Trump wants to take this nation in a direction that the media and the left do not want the nation taken….. Trump knows it and the left knows it. The proof of that is the dishonesty with which the media covers Trump's appearances, view points and comments. For instance, I don’t know a soul that is opposed to controlled, legal immigration of people that bring something to the table, and despite what the media and the left reports, that is the Trump position and the position of most Americans. Trump will tell you that illegal immigration threatens the fiber and security of the nation; the media will call those statements hate speech…. even as facts and recent events have shown and will continue to show that Trump is correct.

I mentioned that Trump’s thinking has no filter. But when he says something it resonates with the people….not the leftist selected people, but the people at large. The left and the media cannot stand that because it violates their agenda. Trump is the first conservative that I recall that will tell the media and the left to fuck off, because he is not playing by their rules and he is not dropping out of the election because of what he said.  

To wit - his comment about John McCain.  I am a military veteran of many years, and when Trump made his comments on John McCain being no hero because he was a prisoner, I barely raised an eyebrow. I though it strange, and I DO think that McCain is a hero…..I also think that he is washed up, that he has shot his bolt, and that he needs to go home to AZ and write a book. Is he a hero because he was a POW? I haven’t given that much thought. I know he was near the bottom of his class at Annapolis, and lost 3-5 planes while in service (I accounted for two myself and my guys accounted for two more… I consider that a wash), AND that McCain flew combat missions over Vietnam, AND that he had a chance to come home early because of the family name and demurred at least twice….and that makes him a hero to me. My guess is that if the GOP and the media had not jumped on Trump's comment like a dog on a bone and vlew it all out of proportion, Trump would feel the same way.

The idea that a comment, or a point of view would cause people to proclaim Trump as uncivil and demand that he withdraw from the race is ludicrous and the left has only itself to thank for it.  Lies, fraud and double standards have become the coin of the realm for the left. Literally the left can say, do, report, write, record anything it so desires and get a complete pass. Bernie Sanders is an avowed communist; everyone is good with that. Hillary Clinton has demonstrably not spoken the truth in recorded history, and everyone is good with it. The MSNBC network openly doesn't care about its ratings and as a result, the network has a host of talking heads that spew their uninformed opinion on all sorts of shit. (Harris-Perry, Ed Schultz, Chris Matthews to name a few) A few minutes casual research on the things MSNBC reports would show we are wasting our time even thinking about their version of the 'NEWS'.

I suppose the felt like it was insulting Donald Trump when it announced that it would cover the leader in the polls as entertainment and not news (if I did not reference HUFFPO as part of my research on occasion I would never have known this……because nobody reads HUFFPO).  I just watched a video clip of an ASU student attacking a lone conservative that had a sign promoting the 2nd Amendment. This asshole, almost incoherent, screamed that the sign was offensive and literally attacked the man with a sign. The same thing happens DAILY to anti-abortion activists, and now, non-gay and other non-freakazoids…..and it gets reported, but NOBODY calls for it to stop. Trump says something stupid and everybody hates him and wants him to go away….

……Because they are afraid of America, and they are afraid of Americans. The left would rather have a man-child, with no known education, no work history, no experience, and no knowledge of this nation and its history, who lies as a matter of course about how the nation is so great, when any research or thought whatsoever would show that he is lying, rather than have someone that connects with the American people.

Our leftist government is afraid of the American people (once called the 'silent majority') and of our nation as it was founded, and THAT is what Trump represents to the left.
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Thanks to my friend D.L. Hackle (a/k/a BATMAN) for this great analysis!

Wednesday, July 15, 2015


The article below is from the NY Times today, and it's DATED July 19, 2015 (today is the 15th), so the Times must be omniscient.  The title is:


and it's merely another fluff piece.  That headline in and of itself - from the LEFT-LEANING NEW YORK TIMES, is funny, because I TWEETED THIS a few weeks ago...  

Hillary to (again) OFFICIALLY announce she's running for president on 6/13... her staff says she will announce monthly until 10/2016...

There are two pictures in this 'news' piece (and I use NEWS loosely) that I found particularly hilarious.  The first one is from July 4, 2015 - Hillary walking in a parade in Gorham, N.H.  This is when her staff 'roped in the press' ..... As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.  Folks - there ain't many people there to see Mrs. Clinton, so I've come to the conclusion the they corralled the press..... SO THEY COULDN'T LEAVE!!!!  And notice the signs behind her, also carried by staff.  Looks like lots of people with HILLARY placards, doesn't it?  Look closer - there are three signs on each stick! 

If you eliminate those that are obviously the press... and those that are her security people....there MAY... MAY be 75 people there, and I'm being generous!

This picture (below) is Hillary buying ice cream - proving she's just one of 'us'. The caption under the photo reads:  'At the Dairy Twirl, an ice cream parlor in Lebanon, N.H'

My question is -  WHO THE HECK IS SHE PROVING THIS TO?  There is ONE person in the lower right hand corner, in the striped dress..... who could possibly be a bystander.  EVERYONE ELSE is either press or staffers CONTAINING the press.  There are surely no crowds here!

No wonder the left is in a panic over Hillary's campaign.  Even with the NYT trying to help her out with by writing this piece, they have inadvertently SHOWN that she is NOT getting the crowds..... 

Sunday, July 12, 2015



Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

The First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects the right to freedom of religion and freedom of expression from government interference.  Freedom of expression consists of the rights to (among other things):

FREEDOM OF RELIGION - Two clauses in the First Amendment guarantee freedom of religion.  The ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE prohibits the government from passing legislation to establish an official religion or preferring one religion over another. It enforces the "separation of church and state."  The free exercise clause prohibits the government, in most instances, from interfering with a person's practice of their religion.

On April 24, 2015, candidate for President Hillary Clinton make the following statementat the sixth annual Women in The World Summit:
 “Deep-seated cultural codes, RELIGIOUS BELIEFS and structural biases have to be changed” for the sake of giving women access to “reproductive health care and safe childbirth.”  [i.e. ABORTION]

A Pentecostal chaplain once assigned to elite Navy SEAL units may be kicked out of the Navy for allegedly scolding sailors for homosexuality and premarital sex.

In January 2013, Sweet Cakes by Melissa Bakery declined to make a wedding cake for the Bowman-Cryers, citing their religious beliefs…
The [lesbian] couple filed a discrimination complaint with the Bureau of Labor and Industries…On July 2, 2015, the Gresham bakery that wouldn't make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple must pay them $135,000 in damages, the Bureau of Labor and Industries ruled Thursday.

Sunday, July 5, 2015


THIS IS A MUST READ......An analysis of unemployment by David Stockman as reported on Rush Limbaugh's show last week..... it's shocking!  

RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, the unemployment rate, what is the latest reported unemployment, 5.5%, is that what it is, 5.3, 5.6?  It's in that neighborhood, right?  I don't know what the exact number is.  Not that this matters to anything anymore.  I mean, the truth is increasingly irrelevant.  The truth is increasingly meaningless.  In fact, there isn't any truth in way too much of the country.  There is certainly no objective truth.

Anyway, I have had, as you know if you listen regularly, I've had a lot of doubt about the accuracy of an unemployment rate of 5.5% when, at the same time, we have 92-93 million Americans NOT in the workforce.  It just hasn't made sense to me.  Now, as you know, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the government releases the unemployment numbers every month, and there are different categories, and the U, letter U-3 is what gets reported.  That's the 5.5% now, whatever it is, that's the U-3 number.  The U-3 number -- and, by the way, it's increasingly obvious that all of this is bogus and meaningless now as well.

But the U-3 number only attempts to count people who are out of work and looking for a job.  People who have been out of work beyond the total length of time that they get unemployment benefits, which is up to, what is it now, 99 weeks?  (interruption)  It's even longer than that?  (interruption)  Okay, 99 weeks.  So if you're looking for a job and getting your employment benefits they count you in U-3. But if you stop looking for a job at any point, you've been out of work two weeks, stop looking, you don't get counted in the U-3 number.  If you've been out of work for three years and stop looking, then you don't get counted as unemployed.

I don't know how they find out who is looking for a job and who isn't, because this is largely guesswork.  There is a very small interview sample that they take, and then they project nationwide results from this small, relatively small sample.  The U-6 number is much closer to accurate.  The U-6, it never gets reported.  You have to look at websites dedicated to economics to find out what that number is.  The Drive-By Media never reports it.

So 99.9% of the people celebrating Supreme Court rulings last week do not know what the U-6 unemployment rate is.  That number is reported to be around 11 or 12%.  And that number includes people who are out of work and have given up trying to find a job or aren't, for whatever reason, looking for work.  So it is said to be a more accurate number, but that has not even worked for me.  I mean, just the simple math, 92-93 million Americans, and from there I said, "How many adult Americans are there in our country?"  To put that 93 million in proper perspective, 93 million Americans not working.  And my always added caveat, they are all eating.

I find that to be one of the most relevant aspects of that number, and it goes over people's head as though it doesn't matter.  But if you can eat and have a phone and a big screen or whatever and not have to work, I mean, what are you more than likely to do if you are a recent graduate or product of the American education system?  You're gonna opt to the path of least resistance.  Particularly now you add to that what has happened to employment with Obamacare, and that is 30 hours a week is now considered full time, not 40.
I mean, folks, the bottom line here is that just observing numbers and just casually absorbing them -- not even running them; not calculating, just absorbing them -- it cannot be that we have an unemployment rate of 5.5% or even 12.2%.  The number of people working is way down.  The number of hours worked is way down. It's because of Obamacare, because the economy.  You can maybe talk about trade deals if you want. Throw it all in.  I don't care.  The bottom line is, there's much less productivity in this economy.

And then you add to that how much of the economy has been usurped by the federal government, the economy, the private sector where everybody tries to get their piece of the pie. That's shrinking.  My gut feeling has been that we are in a dire economic circumstance, far, far worse than anybody knows.  Well, you might be saying, "What's this got to do with anything?" Well, that's why I urge you to always hang in there and be tough.

Last night a friend of mine sent me a link to a blog that is hosted and written by David Stockman

David Stockman was the former budget director for Ronaldus Magnus until for some reason he was taken to the woodshed and fired.  Oh, I know what it was.  He disavowed supply-side, which was his own creation.  Anyway, Stockman has run a bunch of numbers and has been able to put all of this in context and has concluded that the actual unemployment rate in the United States of America is not 5.5%, and it's not 12.5% or 13%.  It is 42.9%.

I mean, folks, the bottom line here is that just observing numbers and just casually absorbing them -- not even running them; not calculating, just absorbing them -- it cannot be that we have an unemployment rate of 5.5% or even 12.2%.  The number of people working is way down.  The number of hours worked is way down. It's because of Obamacare, because the economy.  You can maybe talk about trade deals if you want. Throw it all in.  I don't care.  The bottom line is, there's much less productivity in this economy. 

And then you add to that how much of the economy has been usurped by the federal government, the economy, the private sector where everybody tries to get their piece of the pie. That's shrinking.  My gut feeling has been that we are in a dire economic circumstance, far, far worse than anybody knows.  Well, you might be saying, "What's this got to do with anything?" Well, that's why I urge you to always hang in there and be tough.

It's a long blog post.  I can't... I'm not even gonna try to summarize most of it.  I'm just gonna get to the meat of it as it relates to this.  But it's an all-out assault on Keynesian economics and the Federal Reserve and the damage that both have done and continue to do to the US economy.  But here's the focal point on unemployment.  "In fact," he writes, "the Census Bureau survey takers and the [Bureau of Labor Statistics] numbers crunchers have not the foggiest idea as to what the real world’s potential labor force computes to, and how much of it is deployed on any given day, month or quarter."


That's economics-speak for they don't have any idea how many people are working. The "world's potential labor force," meaning how many people in the world have an opportunity to hold a job and go to work at it.  Nobody knows.  They have no way to compute it.  And how much of that force is "deployed," that's just military lingo for how many people getting up and going to work every day.  "Accordingly," he writes, "printing money and pegging interest rates in pursuit of 'full employment', which is the essence of the Yellen version of monetary central planning..."

Jessica Yellen is the chairman of the Fed. "[T]he essence of the Yellen version is completely nonsensical," and it's political, by the way, getting an unemployment rate 5.5%. You know what statistically full employment is. This is why this doesn't make any sense.  Traditionally, statistically full employment has been 4.7%.  Everybody involved in economics from the government on down has agreed that if at any time the US unemployment rate is 4.7% then our economy is roaring.

We got people working and working overtime, and it's as near to full employment as it's possible to get.  Well, I'm telling you: If that's true about 4.7%, there's no way we're at 5.5%.  This is just my gut reaction to all this.  This is why this is fascinating.  Now, Stockman is ripping into the money supply people and Obama because they're pegging everything they're doing to that. They're printing money, giving it to the stock market, pegging interest rates at near zero in pursuit of full employment.
That is for Obama's legacy.  They want Obama to be able to leave office claiming that his stimulus worked and that everything else he did economically, Obamacare, brought back a defunct economy that he inherited.  Key to creating that perception is the unemployment rate, and that's why it's been creeping down from where it is. What'd it get, as high as eight?  (interruption)  At some point.  Anyway, down to 5.5%.  Now...

"Likewise, the Fed's current 'soft' target of 5.2% on the U-3 unemployment rate is downright ridiculous," he says. "When in the year 2015 you have 93 million adults not in the labor force -- of which only half are retired and receiving Social Security benefits (OASI) -- and a U-3 computational method that counts as 'employed' anyone who works only a few hour per week -- then what you have in the resulting fraction is noise, pure and simple. The U-3 unemployment rate as a proxy for full employment does not even make it as primitive grade school economics."

Here are the numbers I wondered about: "At the present time, there are 210 million adult Americans between the ages of 16 and 68..." That is the workforce.  Sixteen to 68 is the age boundaries where you find the potential American workforce.  Between 16 and 68, there are 210 million Americans, and 93 million -- 43% -- of them, are not working.  Now, that's probably a much better way of expressing employment, unemployment, and the real strength, performance, or lack of, of the US economy.  
See the full transcript of this analysis at: