Monday, October 12, 2015

It's not Indigenous People's Day...

no matter what some people declare.

From Weasel Zippers:  At Least U.S. Nine Cities Now Celebrate “Indigenous People’s Day” In Place Of Columbus Day…

Why am I not surprised to see St. Paul, MN on the list?

Word is that Elizabeth Warren is ecstatic over the move.

First off, the Indians were probably invaders from Asia.  They didn't just spring fully formed from the mud of Iowa.

When did this revisionist history start its long seep into the minds of Americans?

Some comments from WZ:
They made war, they held slaves, they ran other tribes off their lands. They were just like everybody else on the planet at the time. They have been romanticized into fantasy.

Oh you mean the violent savagery, environmental destruction, and the utter lack of any invention or technological progress?

Yes indeed, by all means let's celebrate the great contributions of the "Native American" before Columbus. So, in the 10,000 years native Americans lived free from European pestilence, they produced no lasting structures on American soil, no written language, no political or philosophical treatises of any kind, no Plato, Socrates or Homer, indeed , let's celebrate.

 And so I close with:

and to our friends in Canada:

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Campbell's Soup pushes the homosexual agenda...

they show this crapola on TV?

I don't watch TV.
Disclaimer: Once again, allow me to say (I really should save this disclaimer, so I don't have to redo it all the time), by stating that I don't watch TV, I'm not being all snotty and snooty and claiming to be better than those who do watch TV.  We don't have cable, and haven't for about 20 years, drastically cutting down our choices of programming.  Even with cable, I doubt I would watch much TV.  I'm simply too busy.
So you can imagine my shock (okay - not really) when I saw the following ad from Campbell's, which has nothing to do with soup, but everything to do with the new political correct society we inhabit.  I've also noticed that the leading decorating magazines, which always highlight the decor of two or three houses, without fail will include one homosexual couple.  The only difference is the straight couple hire a decorator, and the homo-couple act as their own decorator. 

Libtards will stop at nothing to make homosexuality "normal."  It's not normal, and never will be.  What they refuse to see is that it's not about love, marriage, hand-holding, or cute little pecks on the cheek.  It's about sodomy.  A man who puts his erect penis into the anal orifice of another man is not committing a normal act.

One of our local Catholic parishes, employs an openly homosexual band leader, as well as his "husband", to play at Mass.  They both brag on Facebook about checking out the posteriors of other men, because nothing says love like a hot butt on another man.  Think about that while you're processing up for communion, libtards.

The constant bombardment of the homosexual agenda would lead one to think that half the people in the world are homosexuals, and it's working quite well.
In August 2002*, Gallup asked Americans, in an open-ended format, to estimate the percentage of American men and the percentage of American women who are homosexual. The average estimates were that 21% of men are gay and 22% of women are lesbians. In fact, roughly a quarter of the public thinks more than 25% of men and 25% of women are homosexual. It should be pointed out, too, that many Americans (at least one in six) could not give an estimate.
I've heard that figure has gone up considerably since 2002. While we'll never know the full extent of the number of homosexuals since many remain in the closet, the figure most often touted is about 1% to 2%.  And yet, everywhere you turn, homosexuality is smacking you in the face.  People like the openly lesbian mayor of Houston, instead of doing the job of mayor, is relentless in her quest for transgender public restrooms allowing men to use women's restrooms.  

So check out this ad and witness the two wussy nancy boy back door bandits as they disagree over who is the father of that cute little boy, and weep for all children who have to endure such degeneracy.

H/T  Moonbattery


Facts About Youth: Male Homosexual Behavior

Barnhardt:  On the vast and sudden acceptance of the abuse of the posterior fundament


It's Sunday: Let's dance...

for the Lord.

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Bill Whittle: Solution to Gun Control...

I've been ordered to take this out of my tabs and post it.

As usual, Bill is spot on.

Wow!  This should help.

California bans lawful concealed carry on campuses – that should work

Product Review: Daich SpreadStone Mineral Select Countertop Refinishing Kit...

in a word.  Outstanding

Daich Coatings advertises on the "At Home with Gary Sullivan" show.  Our Formica counter-tops in the kitchen are really awful.  At least they used to be.

I explored many ways to fix it with out spending tons of money.  I finally ordered the Spread Stone™ Mineral Select™ Countertop Refinishing Kit , and for the past few days have been applying the product.

The process:
  • Scruff up the old Formica
  • Apply two coats of base coat
  • Apply two coats of the stone coating
  • Sand
  • Apply two coats sealer
There really was nothing hard about any of this.  It does take time.  If timed perfectly, you could probably be done in a few days.  However, I let the first coat of the stone coating dry overnight so I wouldn't be applying the second coat at 8:00pm when the light wasn't good.

Yesterday I sanded and sealed.

Some things I learned:
  • Use a palm sander for the scruffing and the final sanding.  It made the job super easy.  They mention using a circular sander, but I wouldn't recommend that as it could easily gouge the surface.  I emailed them, and they agreed the palm sander was a better choice. 
  • I didn't bother taping off anything (I hate taping), and didn't have a bit of problem.  The product is very easy to control.  There is a bit of slop along the back side, but there is a row of tiles there that need to be re-caulked, so no biggie.
  • I did put some cheap plastic tarp over the cabinets which you absolutely need for the sanding part.  Dust everywhere - even with a palm sander with a dust collector.
  • Make sure you have plenty of microwaveable dinners.  Trust me, you won't be cooking.  The Marie Callender's dinners are actually pretty good, low in calories and carbs, and not too expensive.
I didn't take before pics, but here is the result (click on pic to embiggen):

What you can't see in the pics are the little sparkly bits - sort of like mica.

Is it going to look exactly like granite? No. I think granite is highly over-rated and proof positive that people are sheeple and will go along with anything that advertisers tell them they "must have."  Besides, I hear that granite is falling out of favor.

Does it look great?  Yes.  Without a doubt.

I'm so pleased that I'm ordering more to do the top of my dining room table and buffet. The hardest part of this project was picking the color.

Daich has a whole line of products for sidewalks, decks, garage floors, and wall tiles.  I'm considering the deck refinishing kit. 

The other item I've been searching for is something to put under my coffee maker.  There was some permanent staining on the Formica under where the coffee pot sat.  After spending hours looking for the perfect heat resistant mat, I found exactly what I was looking for just around the corner from us at Sally Beauty Supply.  Their Silicone Hot Iron Mat was the perfect size and is heat resistant up to 480°. No Sally's? No problem.  You can order it online.

Disclaimer:  I received nothing from Daich, Gary Sullivan, Marie Callender's, or Sally's for this review.  However, in the interest of honesty, I am sending a link to Daich, and maybe, just maybe, they would gift me another kit.  I can hope. 


Thursday, October 8, 2015

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Sen. Cruz Questions Sierra Club President Aaron Mair on Climate Change...

your must-see video of the day.

No, really.  You have got to see libtard ignorance on full display in order to understand what we are dealing with. 

Where in hell did the Sierra Club find this useful idiot?  He can't answer half of the questions without conferring with the guy sitting behind him.

Notice at about 8:00, Senator Coons (Dem. Delaware), in an effort to shoot down Cruz, refers to the "broadly representative and qualified group of folks brought together here to talk about over- regulation and its impact on minority communities." He essentially accuses of Cruz of veering off course.  Cruz's response is epic.

Qualified?  Aaron Mair is unable to answer the simplest question posed by Ted Cruz without someone feeding him the answers.

Matt Drudge: Facebook and Twitter are ‘Internet ghettos’...

couldn't agree more.
“I don’t know why they’ve been successful in pushing everybody into these little ghettos, these Facebooks, these Tweets, these Instagrams,” Drudge said on The Alex Jones Show. “This is ghetto, this is corporate; they’re taking your energy and you’re getting nothing in return.”  Matt Drudge  source
The word that comes to mind when contemplating Facebook is "imprudent."  People announce to every thief within 50 miles of their home when they will be on vacation. Young girls post pictures with bulging cleavage and pouty fish lips and wonder why their dates expect them to "put out."   They insult and demean their employers and/or customers, and post memes with racy language while in the process of job hunting.  Do they really think potential employers don't check out social media when contemplating hiring someone?

Recently, a young woman was interviewing with a certain Catholic diocese for what she thought  would be her "dream job."  Many of her Facebook posts are filled with foul language and questionable memes about the Church.  She complains constantly about her current job, and ridicules her customers. She has what is called "attitude", and it's not good.  Based on her social media, I wouldn't hire her to pull my weeds. She didn't get the job.

And the selfies.  Do not get me started on the selfies.

You may consider this article to be hypocritical because obviously I go to Facebook.  I have a few people I wish to stay in contact with, and am interested in what they are doing.  Several years ago, when my "friends" list was well over a thousand, I realized that if I couldn't pronounce the name of their home country, and didn't even know where it was, these people were probably not my "friends."  It took me two weeks, and several hours a day, to delete these "friendships." 

Good comment from the InfoWars site: (emphasis mine)
I made a Facebook account because it was required in order to have access to a popular dating site I wanted to use. Big mistake. I can study social engineering, the indoctrination institutes that schools have become, the brainwashing mainstream media, yet none of it has damaged my hope for humanity in the same way Facebook has. Although I contribute very little to Facebook, it's given me a point-blank view of the rampant narcissism and mental illness that's prevalent throughout society today. You can clearly see how every facet of people's lives requires constant validation in order for them to feel happy. Nobody does anything without considering whether or not its socially acceptable first. You can see how its infiltrated their thought processes. I dated an attractive girl who was completely broken down depressed one day because of a selfie she posted which received less "likes" than she expected.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Twin Cities Marathon: Black Lives Matter "Protest"...

turned out to be the bomb I thought it would be.

Check out the picture from the "die-in" held near the finish line of the Twin Cities Marathon, a 26.2 mile event that originated in 1982.

Let's have a contest.  Please find all the black people in the picture (not counting police.) Winner gets a hearty slap on the back, and a high five.

As most of you know, I grew up in uber-liberal St. Paul, but successfully escaped to Houston, TX when I was 17 years old, and now reside in beautiful North Idaho.  Because of that, I have a bit of interest in the goings on up there. I also subscribe to knowing thine enemies, and the Twin Cities has more than it's fair share.  No offense to the few rational people who live there - I feel your pain.

When the protest was first announced, I starting doing my one-woman social anthropology research on this event.  After reading many comments on various St. Paul/Minneapolis running sites, newspapers, and such, I can say with certainty that the overwhelming consensus of the citizens of the Twin Cities is that being called a "racist" is the very worst thing that could befall an individual.

The organizer of this protest, Rashad Turner, a Louis Farrakhan wannabe, has been denounced by the people who consider themselves the "real" Black Lives Matter group. 

So far, Turner and his followers have disrupted the Mall of America, the State Fair, and compromised the light rail system with their antics.

Please note how CBS Minnesota reports on the marathon:

Emphasis mine:
Now comes a blockade of the Twin Cities Marathon. Turner wants to create a barrier of protesters to box runners off from the finish line. Black Lives Matter could run the route en masse, earning a ton of respect by connecting with the crowd.  
Instead, we now have bigots sending death threats to Black Lives supporters, matched by supporters who will show up just to piss off the bigots. Meanwhile, the St. Paul police promise to arrest anyone threatening the safety of the runners. source
 Note well, that if you don't support the disrupting of a huge event, where many of the participants have traveled from far away (can you say many elite black runners?) - you are a bigot.

In all the time I spent following this, I never once saw a death threat.  Typically the comments from the wussified libtards were, "I don't want anyone to think I'm a racist, buuuuuut disrupting the runners is not a good idea."  Or, "While I support the Black Lives Matter agenda I don't think this is the right way to do it."

So there you have it.  If you're a delusional white libtard, and want to shore up your "I'm not a racist" creds, just show up at a heavily policed event, lie about in the street, and act all concerned.  When you've finished, head back to your lily white enclaves, sip a soy latte, and pat yourself on the back for being better than the bigots.

I have a great idea for them furthering their creds.  How about showing up at midnight Friday night on the east side of St. Paul to council the black gangs.  Be sure and take your lily white kids with you to get them started young on this whole "we're all equal" meme.  You could also arrange a field trip to Chicago, home of some of some of the strictest gun laws, where just last weekend 50 people were shot.
Four people were killed and 52 wounded during shootings across Chicago over the weekend. After multiple weekends in a row of increased violence in the city, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is urging a fresh and more proactive approach to gun control. The latest incidents, including the murder of a pregnant mother, come on the heels of two weekends in a row with more than 50 shootings in Chicago:
At least 2,300 people have been shot in Chicago this year alone, according to the Chicago Tribune. According to their analysis, that's roughly 400 more incidents than during the same period in 2014. Homicides are currently up 21 percent in 2015, with the past two weekends pointing to a noticeable increase in gun-related violence. source
No mention of who's doing the shooting. Typical.

For what it's worth, only about 65 people showed up to "protest", and Turner agreed to not block the runners.  


iOwntheWorld:   De Blasio threatens NYC museums and cultural institutions over “diversity”

SBPDL:   Officer Greg Alia: Third White Policeman Murdered by a Black Suspect in Past 33 Days

Liberty's Torch:  White Rights

Weasel Zippers:  Hillary Clinton: I’ll Use ‘Administrative Action’ To Implement My Gun Control Plan, If Congress Doesn’t Approve

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Hillary Clinton on Saturday Night Live...

speaks volumes about the American public.

When did it become de rigueur for candidates running for president to make themselves into buffoons on Saturday Night Live, a show that ceased being funny decades ago?

Is this what the American public demands?  Does this make Hillary, a one woman crime spree, seem likable?

According to the Daily Mail, after appearing in the comedy sketch, Clinton reappeared one last time to introduce Miley Cyrus, who was hosting and singing on the show.

Miley Cyrus?  Let me make sure I understand this properly.  A woman with aspirations to the presidency of the USA introduces the skankiest, filthiest, talentless piece of human excrement in the entire world?

Her pathetic attempt to make herself relevant is embarrassing, and makes me question the intelligence level of anyone who watches this crapola.  Try and picture this woman actually conversing with world leaders. 

Christopher Stevens was unavailable for comment.   

Warning: The following video has not been approved for intelligent people. 

And in the picture below, we witness Hillary speaking at the Human Rights Campaign event, promising to fight for LGBT Americans if she is elected.

Note to Hillary:  The vast majority of thinking Americans are sick and tired of hearing about "teh gheys" and their complaints.  They need to take their sexual proclivities right back into the closet where they belong.

Hillary in her favorite pose:  Mouth hanging open, eyes wide, squealing as she feigns surprise and wonder at spying someone or another in the audience.  I detest women who do that.


Blue's Blog:  Why...?

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Trump on Hannity - Full Interview...

 "this country is going insane." 

"People are unhappy. People are disgusted.  People are tired."

Really?  Well, poke me with a stick and call me done.

Please do not take my constant posting of Trump interviews as a sign of support.  I may or may not support or even like The Donald.  Time will tell. 

The fact is, we're not hearing too much from the other candidates, and many we're hearing from, in my opinion, are non-starters.  I don't have time to waste listening to Huckabee, Kasich, Christie,  Santorum, or Jindal.  I'm not saying any of these people are not qualified, or don't have good points to make.  I am saying none of them has a chance in hell of getting the nomination. And that includes Fiorina.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Obama is despicable...w/Update...

touting gun control before the victims of the Umpqua shooting have even cooled off.

Three times the number of victims are slaughtered by his "brothers" and "sons" in Chicago, Baltimore, and St. Louis every single weekend, and he has nothing to say about that.  And when they're not slaughtering each other, they're slaughtering white people and white cops.
“There’s been another mass shooting in America,” the president said at the outset of his remarks. “This time at a community college in Oregon.”
“In the coming days we will learn about the victims. The young men and women who were studying and learning and working hard, their eyes set on the future, their dreams, on what they could make of their lives."
And America will wrap everyone who is grieving with our prayers and our love.”
“As I said just a few months ago … our thoughts and prayers are not enough,” he said. “It’s not enough. It does not capture the heartache and grief and anger that we should feel. And it does nothing to prevent this carnage from being inflicted some place else in America.”

“This is something we should politicize,” Obama added.

Maybe it only matters when the young men and women who have their eyes set on the future are the ones killed. 

Thanks to the Democrats, the young black people have no future.


Here's the real truth of the matter.  There should  be no more than one victim.  An armed person would have blown away the shooter post haste when he shot the first time.  But, like most campuses, it's a "gun-free" zone.  Someone didn't tell the shooter. 

Donald Trump interview with Don Lemon on CNN...

"we're resonating with the people."

Did CNN do better than Fox?  Hmmmmmmmmm...

Monday, September 28, 2015

Donald Trump: Tax Reform That Will Make America Great Again...

The Goals Of Donald J. Trump’s Tax Plan 
 Too few Americans are working, too many jobs have been shipped overseas, and too many middle class families cannot make ends meet. This tax plan directly meets these challenges with four simple goals: Tax relief for middle class Americans: In order to achieve the American dream, let people keep more money in their pockets and increase after-tax wages.

 Simplify the tax code to reduce the headaches Americans face in preparing their taxes and let everyone keep more of their money.

Grow the American economy by discouraging corporate inversions, adding a huge number of new jobs, and making America globally competitive again.

Doesn’t add to our debt and deficit, which are already too large. 

Read the plan HERE

Donald Trump on 60 Minutes... w/update



It appears CBS has pulled every last video they could find.  Obviously, they think they're way more important than they are. 

There's a reason I don't watch their crappy shows.  

H/T Hardnox

Thursday, September 24, 2015

About the Pope's Speech to Congress...

it was a big nothing-burger.

The amount of "ink" being spilled over a platitude-filled speech has been staggering.  Along with it came the usual virulent anti-Catholic smears from people who know nothing at all about the teachings of the Church.

It really is very boring.

The best part?

That cute little Fiat 500L.

I want one.


That is all. 

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Hillary: "I am a real person"...

this is disturbing on so many levels.

  • Jail colored jump suit
  • Flapping hands
  • Bobbing shoulders
  • Steroid bloated face
  • Cackling "laughter"
Hillary on Face the Nation, Sept. 20, 2015

It's only 39 seconds.  You can handle it.  It's not often we get to witness a train wreck.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Donald Trump's Official Position on the Second Amendment...

the sound you hear is libtard heads exploding.

Donald J. Trump on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

The Second Amendment to our Constitution is clear. The right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed upon. Period.

The Second Amendment guarantees a fundamental right that belongs to all law-abiding Americans. The Constitution doesn’t create that right – it ensures that the government can’t take it away. Our Founding Fathers knew, and our Supreme Court has upheld, that the Second Amendment’s purpose is to guarantee our right to defend ourselves and our families. This is about self-defense, plain and

It’s been said that the Second Amendment is America’s first freedom. That’s because the Right to Keep and Bear Arms protects all our other rights. We are the only country in the world that has a Second Amendment. Protecting that freedom is imperative. Here’s how we will do that:

Enforce The Laws On The Books

We need to get serious about prosecuting violent criminals. The Obama administration’s record on that is abysmal. Violent crime in cities like Baltimore, Chicago and many others is out of control. Drug dealers and gang members are given a slap on the wrist and turned loose on the street. This needs to stop.

Several years ago there was a tremendous program in Richmond, Virginia called Project Exile. It said that if a violent felon uses a gun to commit a crime, you will be prosecuted in federal court and go to prison for five years – no parole or early release. Obama’s former Attorney General, Eric Holder, called that a “cookie cutter” program. That’s ridiculous. I call that program a success. Murders committed with guns in Richmond decreased by over 60% when Project Exile was in place – in the first two years of the program alone, 350 armed felons were taken off the street.

Why does that matter to law-abiding gun owners? Because they’re the ones who anti-gun politicians and the media blame when criminals misuse guns. We need to bring back and expand programs like Project Exile and get gang members and drug dealers off the street. When we do, crime will go down and our cities and communities will be safer places to live.

Here’s another important way to fight crime – empower law-abiding gun owners to defend themselves. Law enforcement is great, they do a tremendous job, but they can’t be everywhere all of the time. Our personal protection is ultimately up to us. That’s why I’m a gun owner, that’s why I have a concealed carry permit, and that’s why tens of millions of Americans have concealed carry permits as well. It’s just common sense. To make America great again, we’re going to go after
criminals and put the law back on the side of the law-abiding.

Fix Our Broken Mental Health System

Let’s be clear about this. Our mental health system is broken. It needs to be fixed. Too many politicians have ignored this problem for too long.

All of the tragic mass murders that occurred in the past several years have something in common – there were red flags that were ignored. We can’t allow that to continue. We need to expand treatment programs, because most people with mental health problems aren’t violent, they just need help. But for those who are violent, a danger to themselves or others, we need to get them off the street before they can terrorize our communities. This is just common sense.

And why does this matter to law-abiding gun owners? Once again, because they get blamed by anti-gun politicians, gun control groups and the media for the acts of deranged madmen. When one of these tragedies occurs, we can count on two things: one, that opponents of gun rights will immediately exploit it to push their political agenda; and two, that none of their so-called “solutions” would have prevented the tragedy in the first place. They’ve even admitted it.

We need real solutions to address real problems. Not grandstanding or political agendas.

Defend The Rights of Law-Abiding Gun Owners

GUN AND MAGAZINE BANS. Gun and magazine bans are a total failure. That’s been proven every time it’s been tried. Opponents of gun rights try to come up with scary sounding phrases like “assault weapons”, “military-style weapons” and “high capacity magazines” to confuse people. What they’re really talking about are popular semi-automatic rifles and standard magazines that are owned by tens of millions of Americans. Law-abiding people should be allowed to own the firearm of their choice. The government has no business dictating what types of firearms good, honest people are allowed to own.

BACKGROUND CHECKS. There has been a national background check system in place since 1998. Every time a person buys a gun from a federally licensed gun dealer – which is the overwhelming majority of all gun purchases – they go through a federal background check. Study after study has shown that very few criminals are stupid enough to try and pass a background check – they get their guns from friends/family members or by stealing them. So the overwhelming majority of people who go through background checks are law-abiding gun owners. When the system was created, gun owners were promised that it would be instant, accurate and fair. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case today. Too many states are failing to put criminal and mental health records into the system – and it should go without saying that a system’s only going to be as effective as the records that are put into it. What we need to do is fix the system we have and make it work as intended. What we don’t need to do is expand a broken system.

NATIONAL RIGHT TO CARRY. The right of self-defense doesn’t stop at the end of your driveway. That’s why I have a concealed carry permit and why tens of millions of Americans do too. That permit should be valid in all 50 states. A driver’s license works in every state, so it’s common sense that a concealed carry permit should work in every state. If we can do that for driving – which is a privilege, not a right – then surely we can do that for concealed carry, which is a right, not a privilege.

MILITARY BASES AND RECRUITING CENTERS. Banning our military from carrying firearms on bases and at recruiting centers is ridiculous. We train our military how to safely and responsibly use firearms, but our current policies leave them defenseless. To make America great again, we need a strong military. To have a strong military, we need to allow them to defend themselves.  source