October 31, 2021

Blaming the Victim

Timothy Birdnow

How clueless can Democrats be?

Yeah; this will REALLY fix the problem!

Port of L.A. Will Fine Companies for Excess Containers

On Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council authorized the port to fine companies $100 per container plus $100 for every day that it does not move. The fines will go into effect on Monday, Nov. 1.

So typical they think they can use brute force to fix this problem. This after largely causing it in the first place.

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Oil Inventory in Gulf Coast Way Up

Timothy Birdnow

Another from Oilprice.com

Oil inventories on the U.S. Gulf Coast have grown to the highest in about ten years, adding 20 million barrels since the beginning of the month.


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Biden Bombing in Polls

This from Russell P. Green:

Even liberal pollsters can’t hide the utter failure of the person convalescing in the Oval Office. All that misguided optimism Democrats tried shoving down the throats of the 250 million people who did not for Biden is long gone. Instead, half of all Democrats see a bleak future for a country led by a mentally diminished soon to be nursing home patient, and his partner in crime, next to be seen on a milk carton at your local grocer.

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Coal is Hot

Timothy Birdnow

The U.S. coal industry is booming, despite the fact they can't hardly sell it in the U.S.

From Oilprice.com:

U.S. coal miners are enjoying the surge in demand for the fossil fuel, with almost all of their production through the end of next year—and some into 2023 even—already sold, according to a Bloomberg report.

So other countries reap the benefit of coal and boost their electrical production while we play games with toys like windmills or solar panels.

We have to be some of the stupidest people on Earth.

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One Shot

Timothy Birdnow

This from the National Interest:

China only needs one shot to take out a U.S. aircraft carrier

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Death of Marriage

Selwyn Duke


"Till death do us part” is being heard less and less now because America is parting with marriage. What's more, while the Left said that rubber-stamping same-sex "marriage" wouldn't lead to the legal recognition of polygamy, that's precisely what's now beginning to happen.

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Pelosi Stood with Rioters - Until They Were MAGA

Steven Chase

Pelosi and most prominent Dems said this (quote): "I stand with the students & workers. An impressive show of democracy in action" when thousands of protestors took over Wisconsin's Capitol by violently breaking down doors and windows and occupying the building. 2/17/11.

Tim adds:

Also do not forget that on Trump's inaugural there were riots and looting all over D.C. Also do not forget that the BLM riots in D.C. last year saw an attempt to storm the White House (where President Trump was in residence) and Pelosi did not condemn any of it. She is perfectly happy with rioting and looting if it is HER people rioting and looting. The woman is, frankly, a monster, ugly inside and out.

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AZ Covid Vax Only Good for 3 Months

Hillary Hinkle

"Immunity from full vaccination also dropped in as little as three months,"


The Astra Zeneca vaccine is possibly being questioned here for how long it's effective.

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Trigger Warning on MacBeth

This from Willis Eschenbach

Looks like soibois and woke snowflakes are winning in the UK

British Theatre Adds Trigger Warnings to Shakespeare's MacBeth

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Courtesy and Manliness

Bill H.

In response to the post by Andrei Piriutko about masculine virtue.

My maternal grandmother was a product of the Deep South, having grown up on a plantation near Milliken’s Bend, Louisiana. Yes, there was a good bit about that culture than was awful, but there was much that should be cherished and admired.

Deeply embedded in that culture was a tradition of courtesy, which was not reserved for friends but was extended to strangers and, even more importantly, to adversaries and even enemies. For all of the racism that existed, it was all but unheard of in the true Deep South to be rude to a person of color. Only "poor white trash” did that kind of thing, and they were rude to white people as well, so…

She taught me the root words that went into the definition of "gentleman.” It is, she said, a person who is gentle and who is a man. In those days being a man had a very well defined meaning, among which was strength, courage, and the absolute dedication to protecting women from any kind of harm.

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October 30, 2021

45,000 Bad Votes in Wisconsin

From Michael Benjamin

"45,000+ of those newly registered voters provided personally identifiable information during registration that did not match existing data from the WI Department of Transportation (DOT) (vehicle registrations, driver’s licenses, state identification cards)."


"Furthermore, the commission failed to issue relevant laws and rules for training municipal election workers, special voting deputies, and election inspections. Worse, it failed to investigate voter rolls for the hundreds of thousands there incorrectly, including more than 45,000 first-time voters whose names didn’t match Department of Transportation records, among other issues."

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The Virtues of Manliness

Andrei Piriutko

Masculinity isn’t toxic.
The absence of it is.
Weak men are abusive and spiteful.
Strong, masculine men are protective and loving.

These are the qualities of life to which every citizen should aspire. They are the heart of the Via Romana--the Roman Way--and are thought to be those qualities which gave the Roman Republic the moral strength to conquer and civilize the world:

Auctoritas--"Spiritual Authority": The sense of one's social standing, built up through experience, Pietas, and Industria.

Comitas--"Humor ": Ease of manner, courtesy, openness, and friendliness.

Clementia--"Mercy": Mildness and gentleness.

Dignitas--"Dignity": A sense of self-worth, personal pride.

Firmitas--"Tenacity": Strength of mind, the ability to stick to one's purpose.

Frugalitas--"Frugalness": Economy and simplicity of style, without being miserly.

Gravitas--"Gravity": A sense of the importance of the matter at hand, responsibility and earnestness.

Honestas--"Respectibility": The image that one presents as a respectable member of society.

Humanitas--"Humanity": Refinement, civilization, learning, and being cultured.

Industria--"Industriousness": Hard work.

Pietas--"Dutifulness": More than religious piety; a respect for the natural order socially, politically, and religiously. Includes the ideas of patriotism and devotion to others.

Prudentia--"Prudence": Foresight, wisdom, and personal discretion.

Salubritas--"Wholesomeness": Health and cleanliness.

Severitas--"Sternness": Gravity, self-control.

Veritas--"Truthfulness": Honesty in dealing with others.

Virtus (Classical Latin: [ˈwɪrt̪uːs̠]) was a specific virtue in Ancient Rome. It carries connotations of valor, manliness, excellence, courage, character, and worth, perceived as masculine strengths (from Latin vir, "man"). It was thus a frequently stated virtue of Roman emperors, and was personified as a deity—Virtus.

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A Failure of Values in Education

"The moral education that is today supposed to be the great responsibility of the family cannot exist if it cannot present to the imagination of the young a vision of a moral cosmos and of the rewards and punishments for good and evil, sublime speeches that accompany and interpret deeds, protagonists and antagonists in the drama of moral choice, a sense of the stakes involved in such a choice, and the despair that results when the world is ‘disenchanted’.

Otherwise, education becomes the vain attempt to give children ‘values’. Beyond the fact that parents do not know what they believe, and surely do not have the self-confidence to tell their children much more than that they want them to be happy and fulfill whatever potential they may have, values are such pallid things.” …teachers of writing in state universities…have told me that they cannot teach writing to students who do not read, and that it is practically impossible to get them to read, let alone like it.” -Allan Bloom, 1987.

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Living in the Age of Lies

Timothy Birdnow

Here is a brilliant essay by our contributor and good friend Fay Voshell.

This is today's must read! We are truly Living in the Age of Lies.

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The Party's Over!

Chester McAteer

So it appears that things are not all smiles in the White House...Word is that the Kamakaze Harris faction refers to Joe Biden as "The Titanic", on the other side of this wackadoddle "Administration", the President's wife Jill is asking if there's any way to remove a Sitting Vice President from office.

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Democrat Hoax in Virginia

This from Lance Sjogren

The great thing about exposure of the white supremacism hoax mounted against Republican candidate Youngkin is that it is far more than just an abjectly embarrassing election dirty trick for the Democrats.

It shines a light on one of the most important domestic political issues that American voters ought to be giving weight to when deciding which party to vote for. And that is that one of the cornerstones of today's Democratic Party is the use of inflammatory false allegations of racism in order to whip up hostility toward the Republican Party.

With the public likely to be much more alert to this phenomenon after this incident, it will be harder for the Democrats to benefit from race-baiting. And if they were to have any thought of trying to pursue a bombshell race-baiting incident as an "October surprise" prior to the 2022 election, this incident may give them pause.

See also here.

Tim adds:

Two points 1.if there was so much white supremacism around the Democrats wouldn't need to fake it and 2.they clearly don't have any confidence in their own message or they wouldn't have to stage a false flag. They would rely on having superior logic and better policy. That they had to go to this shows a sense of desperation.

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Florida School Board Member Takes Kids to Gay Bar

Timothy Birdnow

Here is a good reason to make Merrick Garland sick the Feds on you.

Yes, this pervert of a school board member actually took kids on a field trip to a gay bar.

A Florida school board member chaperoned a group of elementary school children on a field trip to a gay bar, according to photos of the trip she posted to social media.

"I was SO honored to be invited to chaperone Wilton Manors Elementary’s field trip to the incredible Rosie’s! The students and I had a fun walk over and learned a lot about our community! A huge thank you to Rosie's Bar and Grill for hosting this special field trip every year!" Broward County School Board member Sarah Leonardi posted on her official school board Facebook page Wednesday.

The post, which was examined by Fox News Thursday morning, shows photos of children in a popular Florida gay bar, Rosie’s Bar and Grill, including a photo of the group posing next to the restaurant’s sign.

Why would this woman believe this was at all appropriate?

The modern left and the educational establishment are doing this to provoke us, I suspect. She knew she was going to infuriate the parents. The educrats are now in the business of not just openly defying parents, but mocking them.

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Our Ancestors Had it Better?

Frank Lasee

Of course it wasn’t better for humans back then.

Finding food every day without being eaten by a predator was a challenge. And don’t slip and fall or get an infection. Being unable to move freely or dying of an infection were big problems.


Tim adds:

I don't see how anybody could believe we are worse off than our ancestors. They were hot in summer, cold in winter, dirty most of the time, lost their teeth while young, got sick and had to live with it, suffered when injured, at bad food, drank bad water, smelled, worked every waking hour, had no entertainment, made their own clothes, their own homes, their own food, and died young.

Other than that it was SOO much better!

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Cuomo Charged

Timothy Birdnow

Well, maybe justice can prevail on occasion.

Of course, the Democrats have always been more than willing to eat their own.

Andrew Cuomo Charged Over Alleged Groping of Former Aid

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Chinese in Djibouti

This from Jeff Howe

Most of this Chinese naval base is underground with waterway tunnels for ships and subs.

Don't Be Alarmed but China Now has a Naval Base a Few Miles from a U.S. Military Base in Djibouti

Tim adds:

My; that's a lot of hardware in Djibouti!

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