Just like their masters –  the demoncrap party – If they didn’t have double standards, they wouldn’t have any at all.

Trump’s ‘Political Masterstroke’ Leaves Press Scrambling to Apply Double Standard

It’s a good thing that left wingers are typically deficient in the sense of shame (just as they tend to be deficient in the sense of humor). If they weren’t, they would be finding it hard to live with themselves just now.

When President Trump announced four executive orders at his hastily called presser at his golf course at Bedminster, N.J., on Friday, the press looked down at its collective knickers and found them in a twist.

The President had been negotiating for weeks with Congress to address the suffering and economic displacement caused by the coronavirus. (Actually, truth in advertising requires that I emend that. The suffering and economic displacement were caused by the drastic overreaction to the disease, which overreaction on the part of governmental agencies was itself sparked by the cynical politicization of the disease, its reformulation into an anti-Trump weapon.)

Since Congress declined to act, Trump stepped into the breach. He issued orders providing for a payroll tax “holiday” through the end of the year for those earning less than $100,000, extending the payment of a weekly supplement for unemployment benefits, prolonging a moratorium on repayment of government funded student loans, and continuing the suspension of eviction from government subsidized housing.

The Washington Post greeted this bold action with the headline: “Trump Attempts to Wrest Tax and Spending Powers Away from Congress.”

Hugh Hewitt got to the heart of the unintended comedy here when he noted that “When President Obama pioneered selective enforcement of law, media elites applauded. . . . The powers supporting the laws which President Obama suspended—the immigration and border laws—are as ‘fundamental, constitutionally mandated’ as the taxing and spending powers. It will be revealing to see which reporters/platforms attempt to distinguish between the powers. . . . If an editorial outlet condemns @realDonaldTrump action but was silent on the President Obama’s DACA and DAPA, they are engaging in rank hypocrisy.” Indeed.

Hewitt goes on to point out that the reverse is not true because President Trump is relying on the precedent Obama set, which has yet to be overturned. Consequently, he concludes, if you encounter outrage over President Trump’s “unilateral and unprecedented executive actions,” and so on, “understand the writer or speaker is either ignorant or deceitful” (or, I might add, both). Continue reading “”

What concerns us the most is that THIS is what is now indoctrinating our children…

Brooklyn College Math Professor: 2+2=4 ‘Reeks of White Supremacist Patriarchy’

It now seems that basic math, like history, and pretty much all of reality itself, is racist and reeks of white supremacy.  On Sunday, Breitbart reported that Laurie Rubel, a professor of math education at Brooklyn College, argued on Twitter that 2+2=4 “reeks of white supremacist patriarchy” on Twitter Continue reading “”

What happens here stays here?

He’s concerned parents will stop him from indoctrinating our children with ridiculous ideas on gender and sexuality?!?!

They don’t want parents to know.

This virtual schooling may be a blessing in disguise, especially with teachers like THIS one.

Educator worried parents will find out what he’s ACTUALLY teaching their kids in virtual school locks DOWN

The hidden replies since the guy locked down his account:


This is ‘Cancel Culture’ trying to infect the military.

When the Marines go into full retreat mode over the issue of religious freedom, it’s time for an explanation and some new direction from the Department of Defense. The treatment of this instructor should not be allowed to stand.

Marines Cancel Military Strategy Training Because the Instructor is a Christian.

The U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) has a legendary history of bravery and esprit de corps when it comes to defending America’s freedom. From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, the Corps hasn’t shrunk back from meeting any foe of the United States. So it may surprise some to learn that recently the Marines surrendered to a single activist who complained that an instructor at an upcoming seminar on strategy and tactics was a Christian.

The USMC scheduled an annual training for military lawyers earlier this month, at which the Battle of Gettysburg would be discussed. The instructor for one portion of that training was supposed to be Jay Lorenzen, an Air Force veteran who taught for 10 years at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Lorenzen’s biography, provided to the military lawyers in advance of the training, included references to Christianity, including his affiliation with Campus Crusade for Christ, now known as Cru, and a couple of religious-themed courses he teaches in his spare time. Several of those lawyers complained to Mikey Weinstein, who heads up a secular, anti-Christian group called the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, that Lorenzen was going to teach about religion.

That allegation was false. It didn’t matter. Continue reading “”

August 9

480BC – Xerxes receives the response by Leonidas of Sparta to his demand that the Greeks hand over their arms; μολὼν λαβέ “Come and take them!”, then immediately orders his forces to attack.

48 BC – Julius Caesar’s army decisively defeats Pompey’s at Pharsalus. Pompey flees to Egypt.

378 – A Roman army led by Emperor Valens is defeated by the Visigoths at Adrianople.

1173 – Construction of the campanile of the Cathedral of Pisa is started. It begins leaning almost as soon as it is completed.

1610 – The First Anglo-Powhatan War begins in colonial Virginia.

1814 – The Creek nation signs the Treaty of Fort Jackson, giving up huge parts of Alabama and Georgia.

1842 – The Webster–Ashburton Treaty is signed, establishing the United States–Canada border east of the Rocky Mountains.

1862 – At Cedar Mountain, Virginia, Confederate General Stonewall Jackson narrowly defeats Union forces under General John Pope.

1892 – Thomas Edison receives a patent for a two-way telegraph.

1914 – The French begin their first offensive against Germany when the VII Corps attacks the city of Mulhouse, ceded to Germany at the end of the Franco-Prussian war 43 years earlier.

1936 – Jesse Owens wins his fourth gold medal at the XI Olympiad games.

1942 – Allied naval forces protecting amphibious forces during the initial stages of the Battle of Guadalcanal are surprised off Savo Island by a  Japanese Navy cruiser force resulting in the loss of the HMAS Canberra, USS Vincennes, USS Quincy  and USS Astoria

1944 – The United States Forest Service releases posters featuring Smokey Bear

1945 – Major Charles Sweeney and crew aboard the B29 bomber Bockscar, drops “Fat Man” atomic bomb #F-31 on their secondary target, Nagasaki after the primary target of Kokura is obscured by clouds and smoke

1969 – Followers of Charles Manson murder actress Sharon Tate, coffee heiress Abigail Folger, Polish actor Wojciech Frykowski, men’s hairstylist Jay Sebring and recent high-school graduate Steven Parent.

1974 – President Nixon resigns from office. Vice President Gerald Ford is sworn in to become the 38th President.

1593 – Izaak Walton
1776 – Amedeo Avogadro
1896 – Erich Hückel
1918 – Kermit Beahan (bombardier on Bockscar, what a birthday present)
1921 – Ernest Angley
1927 – Robert Shaw
1943 – Ken Norton
1944 – Sam Elliott
1957 – Melanie Griffith
1963 – Whitney Houston
1968 – Gillian Anderson, Eric Bana

378 –  Flavius Imperator Valens
1048 – Pope Damasus II
1107 – Horikawa Tenno
1516 – Hieronymus Bosch
1945 – LT Robert Hampton Gray RCNVR VC
1948 – Hugo Boss
1975 – Dmitri Shostakovich
1995 – Jerry Garcia
1996 – Frank Whittle
2003 – Gregory Hines
2010 – Ted Stevens
2015 – Frank Gifford


“Acting unilaterally has its limits and could prompt legal challenges. Trump’s orders are narrower in scope than the trillions Congress is mulling for a massive stimulus to the virus-damaged economy. Congress controls new federal spending. Trump already predicted sidestepping lawmakers will have lawsuit consequences but dared opponents to deprive Americans of relief. ‘If we get sued, it’s [from] somebody that doesn’t want people to get money,’ Trump said. ‘And that’s not going to be a very popular thing.’”

Trump is using the Rules for Radicals that Saul Alinsky wrote to help leftists.
1,  Rule 4 – Make the enemy live up to its own set of rules
2, Rule 5 – Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon
3, Rule 6 -A good tactic is one your people enjoy

It is enjoyable to see their own tactics used against them.

Trump defends gathering at Bedminster golf club as ‘peaceful protest.’

President Trump defended a gathering of members of his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club as a “peaceful protest” against the media.

“To me they pretty much look like they all have, pretty much all have masks on,” Trump said, who said the Friday gathering was not in violation of Garden State social distancing regulations.

“You know you have an exclusion in the law. It says peaceful protest or political activity, right?” he added.

“I call it peaceful protest because they heard you were coming up and they know the news is fake, they know it better than anybody,” Trump continued.

More Americans are realizing government and the police can’t, or won’t  protect you.

Although I have always been a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, I never advocated that everyone should get a gun. I did support and continue to support freedom of choice in owning and possessing firearms. But now, it is time for every law-abiding American citizen to be armed. Learn how to properly use a gun and how to safeguard it.

Our Country is at a crossroads. We stand to lose everything near and dear to us if we don’t pay to heed to the threats directed against us, bearing down relentlessly on all of us.

It is the responsibility of all citizens to safeguard their own life and safety and that of their families, and to preserve our Republic as the founders intended; to protect it from the insinuation of tyranny that the Radical Left would dare impose on Americans.


As a NYPD veteran police officer, and Adjunct Professor/Lecturer of Police Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, National Rifle Association Certified Firearms Instructor (pistol, rifle, and shotgun), and Training Counselor, and active member of the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors, and lifetime resident of New York City, I have dedicated my life to the preservation and strengthening of our cherished Second Amendment. This is no easy task, especially today, as we see constant, concerted, vigorous attacks on the fundamental right of personal defense with firearms. Continue reading “”

What NASA does now, instead of building working rockets.

NASA: ‘Certain Cosmic Nicknames’ Are ‘Actively Harmful,’ Will ‘Reexamine’ Their Use

NASA will “reexamine” its colloquial names for galaxies, stars, planets, and other cosmic systems to cut down on “insensitive” space terminology.

NASA announced on Wednesday that it would begin reviewing unofficial names, and change the way researchers refer to certain “cosmic objects” by either using the scientific name or finding a fitting new nickname.

“As the scientific community works to identify and address systemic discrimination and inequality in all aspects of the field, it has become clear that certain cosmic nicknames are not only insensitive, but can be actively harmful,” the space agency said in a statement. “NASA is examining its use of unofficial terminology for cosmic objects as part of its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.”

NASA continued:

NASA will no longer refer to planetary nebula NGC 2392, the glowing remains of a Sun-like star that is blowing off its outer layers at the end of its life, as the “Eskimo Nebula.” “Eskimo” is widely viewed as a colonial term with a racist history, imposed on the indigenous people of Arctic regions. Most official documents have moved away from its use. NASA will also no longer use the term “Siamese Twins Galaxy” to refer to NGC 4567 and NGC 4568, a pair of spiral galaxies found in the Virgo Galaxy Cluster. Moving forward, NASA will use only the official, International Astronomical Union designations in cases where nicknames are inappropriate.

Continue reading “”

could ?
They’re wishing it ain’t so.
And if we’ve learned anything, when a demoncrap says it isn’t politics, it certainly is.
Everything to them is politics.

Attempt to dismantle NRA could push gun rights into 2020 debate


James denied her actions were politically-motivated in an interview with CNN Thursday.

“It’s not politics at all,” she said. “This investigation began in 2019 and the complaint lays out all the allegations and facts and the conclusions of law… I have a duty and an obligation and a responsibility to follow the law and to ensure the mission of non-profits, including the NRA, are protected.”

With November’s election looming, though, the political ramifications are difficult to ignore. President Donald Trump—who was endorsed by the NRA last month—immediately touted the lawsuit as a reason for gun rights supporters to back him over presumptive Democratic nominee former Vice President Joe Biden.

“Just like Radical Left New York is trying to destroy the NRA, if Biden becomes President your GREAT SECOND AMENDMENT doesn’t have a chance,” Trump tweeted Thursday. “Your guns will be taken away, immediately and without notice. No police, no guns!”………..


Even people who are against our RKBA are concerned about this.

New York’s attorney general shouldn’t dismantle the NRA

The attorney general of New York has sued to seek the dissolution of the National Rifle Association, alleging fraud and abuse in the way the NRA’s chief executive and other officials ran the operation. Given that the NRA has played such a powerfully destructive role in U.S. politics, fighting against gun regulations that demonstrably save lives, it’s tempting to react with applause.

Yet even liberals who oppose the NRA’s mission should take a deep breath and ask: Do we really want an elected attorney general to try to destroy a prominent nongovernmental organization that is arrayed on the other side of the political spectrum from her? What if this were Alabama and the organization were the NAACP? Or Tennessee and the ACLU?

If an organization has really fallen into a condition of fundamental corruption, a state attorney general can demand that it get new leaders, or replace its board of directors and its management in their entirety. Maybe New York Attorney General Letitia James is prepared to settle the case against the NRA with that sort of an organizational overhaul. Continue reading “”

When even anti-gunner, Dershowitz is concerned…….
I see it as 1/2 concerned about the 1st amendment and 1/2 about
‘Sauce for the Goose is Sauce for the Gander’

The case against the NRA must be politically bulletproof


The announcement that the attorney general of New York has filed suit against the National Rifle Association and looking to shut it down raises potentially serious constitutional concerns. I am no fan of the NRA. Politically, I think it wields too much influence against reasonable gun control, which I support as consistent with the Second Amendment. It is too closely connected with the profitability of gun manufacturers. It advocates positions and supports candidates, even if indirectly, that I believe undercut our safety.

I will never contribute to the NRA and I will generally vote against candidates it supports. But to paraphrase Voltaire, I will strongly defend its right to be wrong. The NRA is entitled under the First Amendment, to advocate these views and to petition the government for what it regards as a redress of grievances under the Second Amendment. Continue reading “”

Security guard shoots man who attacks him at Greyhound Bus Depot

DENVER — A security guard at the downtown Greyhound Bus Depot shot a man who attacked him with a metal pipe and knife-like object early Friday, according to the Denver Police Department (DPD).

Denver police officers responded to the incident at 2:35 a.m. Friday at 19th and Curtis streets in downtown Denver.

A DPD spokesperson said that a man stabbed a security guard at the bus depot and the security guard shot him.

Two unidentified security guards were patrolling the area around the bus depot when they spotted a man standing behind a concrete post connected to the bus terminal parking garage on the west side of Curtis Street, according to a probable cause statement for the man’s arrest from DPD.

One of the security guards approached the man, identified as Adell T. Phillips, 30. Phillips hit the guard with a metal pipe and then stabbed at him with a knife-life object, according to the statement.

The security guard suffered stab wounds to his neck and left arm, then drew his gun with his right hand and fired several shots, the statement says.

Both men were taken to a hospital. The security guard had minor lacerations to his neck and arm, and Phillips had gunshot wounds to his back and leg, according to the statement.

Phillips was booked into the Denver jail without bail on suspicion of attempted first-degree murder.

Suspect shot in home invasion dies; police seeking accomplice

Tulsa police are searching for a man with a gunshot wound after a homeowner reportedly shot two men who broke into his home early Friday morning.

Officers responded to the home in the 800 block of North New Haven Avenue about 1:40 a.m. Friday and found the homeowner bleeding from the head after being pistol whipped.

Another man — believed to be one of two who entered the home while the homeowner, his wife and child were sleeping — was found on the floor in a bedroom with a gunshot wound to the head.

The homeowner said his dog’s barking alerted them to the intruders’ presence. Despite being pistol whipped, the homeowner told investigators he managed to take the gun away and shoot both intruders.

The man found in the bedroom, who remains unidentified, was taken St. John Medical Center and was pronounced dead later Friday morning. The homeowner was reportedly hospitalized with head injuries.

The second man remains at large after fleeing the scene before officers arrived. Police say they have checked local hospitals unsuccessfully.

And the demoncraps want us to believe that nationwide voting by mail will work?

Final Mail-In Primary Failure Rate In New York City: 20.8%

Utter disaster. More than one in every five ballots cast in New York City got discarded in the state’s June 23rd primary, raising all sorts of questions about who actually won the congressional nominations and other races. Voters didn’t get proper instructions, the postal service wasn’t prepared, and that will leave a permanent cloud over all the results:

The mail-in ballots of more than 84,000 New York City Democrats who sought to vote in the presidential primary were disqualified, according to new figures released by the Board of Elections.

The city BOE received 403,103 mail-in ballots for the June 23 Democratic presidential primary.

But the certified results released Wednesday revealed that only 318,995 mail-in ballots were counted.

That means 84,108 ballots were not counted or invalidated — 21 percent of the total.

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The Long, Hot Summer of 1967: A Forgotten Season of Riots and Urban Unrest Across America

The Book of Ecclesiastes says that there is nothing new under the sun. And while many have spoken of the “unprecedented” nature of the rioting in the early summer of 2020, it is actually quite precedented.

The Long, Hot Summer of 1967 was the peak of urban unrest and rioting in the United States in the lead up to the 1968 election. While there are certainly a number of key differences, there are also a number of striking parallels that make the topic worthy of discussion and examination.

The long-term impact of the urban unrest of the summer of 2020 is unclear, but the long-term impact of the Long, Hot Summer of 1967 and related urban rioting was a victory for Richard Nixon in 1968, and a landslide re-election in 1972. One must resist the temptation to make mechanistic comparisons between the two, and we will refrain from doing so here. But the reader is encouraged to look for connections between these events and more recent ones. Continue reading “”

August 8

1503 – King James IV of Scotland marries Margaret Tudor, daughter of King Henry VII of England. This is what sets up the way her grandson, James VI becomes King of Scotland and England.

1576 – The cornerstone for Tycho Brahe’s Uraniborg observatory is laid on the island of Hven.

1585 – John Davis enters Cumberland Sound in Nunavut in search of the Northwest Passage

1794 – Joseph Whidbey leads an expedition starting from Juneau, Alaska in the search of the Northwest Passage

1831 – The Treaty of Wapakoneta is signed by the Shawnee peoples living in that area, exchanging land in Ohio for land west of the Mississippi River.

1863 – Confederate President Jefferson Davis refuses upon receipt, a letter of resignation by General Robert E. Lee after his defeat at Gettyburg.

1876 – Thomas Edison receives a patent for his mimeograph.

1908 – Wilbur Wright makes his first public flight at the racecourse at Le Mans, France.

1918 – The Battle of Amiens begins the Hundred Days Offensive a string of almost continuous Allied victories through the German front lines

1942 – 6 of the 8 German saboteurs caught after landing on Long Island are executed by electrocution at the Washington D.C. District Jail.

1946 – The Convair B-36 bomber makes its first flight

1974 – President Nixon announces on nationwide television his resignation from the office of the President effective noon the next day.

2000 – The Confederate submarine CSS H.L. Hunley is raised to the surface 136 years after sinking

1170 – Domingo Félix de Guzmán
1754 – Hipólito Ruiz López
1839 – Nelson A. Miles
1879 – Emiliano Zapata
1921 – Esther Williams
1922 – Rory Calhoun
1926 – Richard Anderson
1932 – Mel Tillis
1935 – Donald P. Bellisario
1937 – Dustin Hoffman
1938 – Connie Stevens
1949 – Keith Carradine
1951 – Mohamed Morsi

117 – Caesar Nerva Trajanus Imperator Trajan
869 – Lothair II of Lotharingia
1828 – Carl Peter Thunberg
1887 – Alexander William Doniphan
1898 – Eugène Boudin
1902 – James Tissot
1944 – Generalfeldmarschall Erwin von Witzleben
1984 – Richard Deacon
1991 – James Irwin
2004 – Fay Wray
2005 – Barbara Bel Geddes
2010 – Patricia Neal
2013 – Karen Black
2014 – Menahem Golan
2017 – Glen Campbell