June 21, 2024

Frankie Puts Critic on Trial

Timothy Birdnow

Pope Frankie sure doesn't like being criticized.

He is charging the former Vatican Nunzio to the U.S., Archbishop Carlo Vigano, wkith schism and is trying to have him excommunicated.

Vigano has been a staunch critic of the Pope for some years now.

So not only is Francis trying to remove Vigano from a place of authority (he already did that) but actually kick him out of Catholicism.

Pope Franics is Joe Biden in a funny hat.

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Trump Promises to Ramp UP Immigration!

Timothy Birdnow

Say it isn't so!

Trump proposes green cards for foreign grads of US colleges, departing from anti-immigrant rhetoric

I hope Trump isn't serious; we need more immigrants like we need holes in our heads.


Trump was asked about plans for companies to be able to import the "best and brightest” in a podcast taped Wednesday with venture capitalists and tech investors called the "All-In.”

"What I want to do and what I will do is you graduate from a college, I think you should get automatically as part of your diploma a green card to be able to stay in this country. And that includes junior colleges too, anybody graduates from a college. You go there for two years or four years,” he said, vowing to address this concern on day one.

Immigration has been Trump's signature issue during his 2024 bid to return to the White House. His suggestion that he would offer green cards — documents that confer a pathway to U.S. citizenship — to potentially hundreds of thousands of foreign graduates would represent a sweeping expansion of America's immigration system that sharply diverges from his most common messages on foreigners.


Trump often says during his rallies that immigrants who are in the country illegally endanger public safety, and steal jobs and government resources, and once suggested that they are "poisoning the blood of our country.” He has promised to carry out the largest deportation operation in U.S. history if elected.

Trump and his allies often say they distinguish between people entering illegally versus legally. But during his administration, Trump also proposed curbs on legal immigration such as family-based visas and the visa lottery program.

Right after taking office in 2017, he issued his "Buy American and Hire American” executive order, directing Cabinet members to suggest reforms to ensure that business visas were only awarded to the highest-paid or most-skilled applicants to protect American workers.

He has previously said the H1-B program commonly used by companies to hire foreign workers temporarily — a program he has used in the past — was "very bad” and used by tech companies to get foreign workers for lower pay.

Is it possible Trump may betray us once in?

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Mosspiro AG Suing Bragg

Timothy Birdnow

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey just keeps getting better and better! Now he's suing Alvin Bragg for election interference.

We need more Republicans with these kind of stones.

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CNN Says Calling U.S.a Republic is an "attack on Democracy"

Selwyn Duke

"You’re entitled to your own opinions,” late senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.) once famously said — "but not your own facts.” This, apparently, would be news to the Cable News Network (CNN).

CNN: Calling U.S. a "Republic” Is "an Attack on Democracy”

Tim adds:

Someone should remind CNN of these quotes:

Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.
John Adams

The experience of all former ages had shown that of all human governments, democracy was the most unstable, fluctuating and short-lived.
John Quincy Adams

It has been observed that a pure democracy if it were practicable would be the most perfect government. Experience has proved that no position is more false than this. The ancient democracies in which the people themselves deliberated never possessed one good feature of government. Their very character was tyranny; their figure deformity.
Alexander Hamilton

Democracies have been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and in general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their death.
James Madison

Between a balanced republic and a democracy, the difference is like that between order and chaos.
John Marshall

Democracy is four wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.
Ambrose Bierce

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Christian Patriotism

"Christians who are faithful to Scripture should be patriots in the best sense of that word. As Augustine put it, Christians are commanded to love the whole world, yet practically speaking we cannot do so. Since we are placed as if by "divine lot” in a particular nation state, it is God’s calling that we "pay special regard” to those around us in that state. We love the world by loving the specific community in which we live."

Chuck Colson

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June 20, 2024

The Return of Saladin

This from Greg Malakoff

I wrote this history lesson for a friend that didn't quite understand what was going on in the middle east. I thought, well why let only one person learn something. It's not that long and I'm sure it will never change the mind of one social justice warrior college idiot, but here it is none the less.

I can see your confusion and my point is rather large in scope. I hope you'll read this to the end and then confront me with what you think I have wrong. It appears to me that you are missing some very important key points. I don't want to give you a deep dive into it because you already told me you don't want to read a lot of my shit. I put a lot of effort into trying to make this short but there is just certain things you need to know, if only not to think that I'm super crazy. That was humor, there are better reasons to know the following.

First you should know that this culture will not be wiped out if only because there are 22 Arab nations that Israel has never shown any aggression towards. The key word above was Arab. The Palestinians only existed around 1964 when the media started referring to them as that. Before that time, they were and still are Arabs.

Palestine was the term that that the Romans called that area after exiling the Jews out of Judea. At no time, was there ever a Palestinian civilization in that region. I'll attach a list of all the civilizations that did control that area from way before Christ. But never was there Palestinians in charge of the land.

To understand the British taking it over from the Ottoman Empire where much of these modern problems arose from is quite complicated. Made simple they made a two state solution. The Arabs in that area were given Trans Jordan a country much larger than Israel. Israel never got what the British originally promised them in the Balfour declaration of 1914 and they only got about half of that 33 years later because of the Holocaust.

The Brits hated the Jews almost as much as Hitler and drew the map up so that they would all be killed. It was a sure bet after they confiscated the Jews weapons and gave it to the Arabs and the war began the first day Israel was recognized by the U.N. as a nation. It was a miracle that Israel got to keep their half.

The half given to the Israeli Arabs aka future Palestinians, was not given to them by the Arabs that demanded they evacuate so that 5 Arab armies could drive them into the sea and kill them all. The plan was that 24 hours later they would return to their homes. They are still refuges to this day. After WWII all of the world's refuges were resettled within about 6 months. Ask me why the Arabs 70 years or so later still can't get out of Arab refuge camps in Arab lands.

Jordan took the west bank until the 67 war when Israel took it back. Egypt took Gaza. Interesting after I think the 73 war Egypt made peace to get back the Sinai peninsula, but they would not sign the peace deal if Israel made them take back Gaza. Egypt refused to take Gaza and that should make you want to ask why?

I could go on for hours and because I like you and don't want you to suffer I'll leave it alone... soon. If the false argument of the Jews stole their land was actually true, which it is not, then they don't have any leg to stand on because it was the Jews land from the beginning of recorded time. Even after Masada when the Romans expelled them into the diaspora, there were always Jews living in Judea. It is archaeologically proven that the Jews have been in that land for thousands of years before Christ. It is 100% their land if we're using that argument. But it is more complex than that.

Should a group of people be given a country with their track record? With the hundreds of billions of dollars given the Palestinians since the surrounding Arabs made them refugees, they have not even created a postage stamp. All that money goes to terrorism. Arafat when given 93% of his requests by Clinton stormed out of the meeting and Madelyn Albright was famously seen chasing him down the hall to try and get him to agree. He was going to get 93% and all he had to do was take kill all the Jews out of his charter.

He couldn't do it, because if he made peace with Israel all of the money coming in from the world would cease, but more importantly he did not want a country. He wanted to keep living his wonderful lifestyle where he stole billions from his people. In the movie Munich by Spielberg, there is a little scene where the terrorists were being treated like rock stars all over Europe. They were adored. They gave Arafat and the like a lot of money to keep up the good work.

More simply stated, people are demanding the impossible of Israel. You cannot make peace with people that for generations have done only one thing, to train their children from birth to kill the Jews. They have help with that goal from the Muslim Brotherhood and many other organizations such as Hamas as well as lately two democrat presidents with an intermission from an orange guy and wow, was he hated for making those Abraham peace accords and finally putting our embassy in Jerusalem. But that is a whole other story.

They don't want to just kill all the Jews from the River to the Sea. They also want to kill you, I'm assuming you are a Christian. If you look at Europe today, you will realize I'm not exaggerating. The culture of Islam is a culture of conquest and death. A mosque means only one thing, that this area was conquered. That is why they fought so hard to place a mosque in NYC where the trade towers once stood. That an honest observer can't say that without certain people going crazy is very troubling.

This is still on the big picture of the point I was trying to make. Carthage to avoid a 3rd war with Rome met all of Rome's demands and surrendered all of their weapons and Navy. They obeyed every demand of Rome and there were many. As the Carthaginian diplomats were returning to Carthage they noticed Rome sending in their army and as they realized that they were about to become totally extinct, they might have said my bad.

The point of that was we are taught history. Roman history right now is very popular on Amazon, yet no one seems to understand it or learn a thing from it. Carthage went extinct because they helped their enemy who made their intentions quite clear. That is what is happening now, but only with different names. Also we have many different enemies, not just Carthage having Rome. You might think it is just Israel a country the size of New Jersey.

But it is about survival of western civilization. I know you are concerned about civilizations because you stated so above. I'm hoping you'll choose the right civilization. The other one will not take kindly on you. Just ask a Carthaginian if you could go back in time and see them viciously slaughtered. O.K. mock me all you want, but I know you are capable of learning so I hope you might not just take my word for this and look into it yourself. Sadly, most of academia, many Universities have taken hundreds of millions of dollars from Arab states in exchange for letting their terrorists be called professors and they have taught a lot of people a lot of very bullshit ideas.

Tim adds:

Other points to ponder; most "Palestinians" immigrated there in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and they displaced the aboriginal Palestinians, many of whom were Christians and wound up leaving. The current "nation of Palestine" came to take jobs created by the returning Jews. They are as much Johnnie-come-latelies as are the Jews, only the Jews had a traditional claim on the land.

Also the "Palestinians" didn't build the place up. Read Mark Twain's description of the land as totally desolate an overgrown. It was the returning Jews who built what the Palestinians now want to claim.

This whole business of the Palestinian issue is ot what it is made to appear. It is rather the old battle going back to Muhammed. Where Islam sets it's standard it shall never be moved! They want the land just because it had once been ruled by Muslims and they refuse to allow it to be in the hands of "infidels". This is fundamentally no different than the conquest of the city by Caliph Umar in 635 and Muslim rage at it's fall to the Crusaders in 1099 leading to the reconquest by Saladin in 1187. Basically they are just pissed off that "infidels" control "their" land.

Five times they have been offered their own country and five times turned it down because they demand control of Jerusalem and want Israel vulnerable to attack from the Golan Heights.

"From the river to the sea" shows exactly what they want - all of it.

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Dishing Dirt on Hunter

Beverly McCaul Goff

This is all of the information from the Hunter Laptop that documents all of the Biden family crimes & dirty business deals. The journalists who compiled this information did us the great favor of blocking out Hunters junk! Funny thing about that Abby Lowel sued the author for putting a black box over Hunter’s privates because there’s a law dealing with "altering” photos!

Report on the Biden Laptop

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Yes America Works!

Timothy Birdnow

This is a good essay. What did the black community want? They wanted better access to the mainstream of society and to be able to acquire what white people were able to acquire. What did they get? An all-out assault on the America they sought to access using them as a weapon. The end result was their situation became worse as the wonderful benefactors they believed in destroyed the essence of their community and took away the thing they wanted.

AmericaWorks - DEI Doesn't

Glad to see the black community is starting to come to the realization that they've been played.

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The New Normal

Bart Hall

When America let them get away with election fraud 2020, they endorsed this new normal... get over it, it is too late to act... they won, America lost..!

Bill Brindley

Michigan state Senator Jim Runestad is furious today after Democrats pass a new bill that changes 70 year-old law, and prevents the Board of Canvassers from investigating election fraud

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No Discernible Increase in Hurricanes

Timothy Birdnow

From meteorologist Chris Martz:

The longest continuous record of hurricane data is of Contiguous U.S. landfalls since 1851. We have a total of 173-years of data to work with.

In spite of long-term ocean warming [a large chunk of which has been recovery from the Little Ice Age] and 1.5 trillion tons of carbon dioxide emissions, the long-term linear trend of hurricane landfalls in the Lower 48 is slightly down since 1851, albeit the trend isn't very significant from a statistical standpoint.

What's more, there has been no discernable increase in the number of major hurricane landfalls either over the same time interval. If hurricanes were landfalling at higher intensities, there'd be a notable increase in C3-5 hurricane strikes.

The bottom line is this: in the era of rapidly increasing emissions, a detectable influence on hurricane strikes in the U.S. has yet to emerge in the historical record. Natural variability on interannual and multi-decadal time scales masks any anthropogenic influence.

Data from NOAA HURDAT here.

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Coldest Day in 20 Years in Australia

Timothy Birdnow

Global Warming? They just had the Coldest morning in Sydney for 20 years

Australians wake to coldest June morning in almost 20 years

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Soviet America

Timothy Birdnow

My 93 year old father needed to renew his driver's license. I took him down to the Deer Creek office where the people are civil; most other DMV offices feature, uh, a more "colorful" lot. But Deer Creek folk are amiable, or as amiable as you will find at the Department of Motor Vehicles anyway, and I didn't want to take any chances with the others.

Sadly this office is pretty far from Dad's. Even more sadly it was the day before a national holiday and the place was packed. The whole process lasted almost four hours!

I would blame it on Juneteenth, but in reality it is usually packed; quality draws the public like a moth to a flame.Everyone wants to avoid the nasty DMV tongue-lashings and purposeful incompetence of other offices.

At any rate we signed in and spent hours sitting in my truck talking. As Dad can't hear my throat was raw by the end; you have to yell at him in general conversation.

We finally got a text telling us it was time and Dad made his way to the clerk (the only clerk doing driver's licenses - and only other was a woman doing license plates).He couldn't hear what she was saying in the din. I had to go over and help him. Dad was getting confused by the whole procedure too, and it took forever to get through the questions and get his photo taken. I had to fill out the paper the clerk gave him (which she normally would ask verbally but he couldn't hear.)

As we left an older woman in the waiting read said "you did it!" and started applauding. The whole waiting room broke out in applause for my father!

What struck me was how similar this was to a Soviet type of snafu. In the old Soviet Union the citizenry had to wait in lines for hours for anything, and often either didn't get what they sought or had to suffer abuse for it from haughty clerks. Americans generally avoided all of this because of our free market system which fostered efficiency and made the public expect efficiency. No more. As we slide into a socialist system we are getting socialist problems. This four hour wait to get a driver's license was just the beginning.

We see it all over these days. No customer service. Self service in ordering at places like McDonalds. And when you do get service usually it's bad and discourteous.

I recently ordered a pizza and two salads from Jets, a national chain. The delivery driver showed up with just the pizza. I asked "where are the salads?" He points at the pizza box "it's all there". I could barely contain myself from strangling the nitwit.

I was charged no less than $20 for the salads.

So I called the pizza place. The woman was new and she immediately put me on hold where I remained for over twenty minutes. Remained, that is, when she wasn't hanging up on me (which happened twice and I had to call back.) Eventually the "manager" (I use that term loosely) came on. No apologies,not promise to run the salads out. In fact I don't think he believed me.

We got into it and he kept saying "it's not my fault" as if it was somehow MY fault! Eventually he claimed to have refunded my money, but I knew he didn't. I had to call the store the next day and speak to the general manager. Sure enough the shift guy hadn't credited the account. (The GM was apologetic and competent, but anyone in charge should have been capable of at least saying he was sorry.)

All I wanted was my salad.

This is where America is at these days. And it is a function of the socialism that has been creeping into our country, along with the declining educational standards and coarsening of our culture. We have been Sovietized.

We used to enjoy better. This is what happens when people expect to live for free and not work.

So everyone should get used to long lines, bad customer service, and endless bureaucracy. It is our future unless we do something drastic to return to our old ways.

I fear the Socialists have won.

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Black Suns and Volcanism

Richard Cronin

Major ice ages are associated with extensive volcanism, especially submarine volcanism in the waters of the Southern Hemisphere. The evaporation due to seismic heat deposits snow across the Northern Hemisphere to build glaciers. Tidal Pumping from Milankovitch cycles drives Southern Hemisphere submarine volcanism. But these routine Tidel Pumping stresses are amplified as the Solar System orbits the Milky Way at 70,000 km/hr.

A Black Dwarf Star would be virtually non-detectable other than by its huge gravity field. Black Dwarfs are likely a better explanation than what has been posited as Dark Matter. It could be hypothesized that as the Solar System has swept by Black Dwarfs in the past, their gravity fields trigger an Ice Age. A binary system of Black Dwarfs would be felt over an extended period.

Just sayin’

18 Captivating Facts About Black Dwarf

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Green Shoots

Timothy Birdnow

The worm may be turning in America; First Texas sued over this and now Louisiana is openly challenging the ban on God in our school system.

Louisiana orders Ten Commandments poster in every classroom

If we restore God He will restore America. It was our rejection of Him that got us where we are today.


The new law describes them as "foundational" to state and national governance. But opponents say the law breaks America's separation of church and state.

The first amendment to the US Constitution - known as the Establishment Clause - says that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."

The state law requires that a poster include the sacred text in "large, easily readable font" on a poster that is 11 inches by 14 inches (28cm by 35.5cm) and that the commandments be "the central focus" of the display.

The commandments will also be shown alongside a four-paragraph "context statement" which will describe how the directives "were a prominent part of American public education for almost three centuries".

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Biden The Slaver

Timothy Birdnow

Joe Biden has lost 85,000 children.

He's looked everywhere; under the couch cushions, the bed, etc.

The Democrats complained bitterly that first Bush then Trump "kept kids in cages". Wouldn't it have been better to keep them in cages and safe then let pedophiles steal them? Anybody?

(Of course Obama and Biden used the same "cages" which were just secured facilities to protect the children,but we mustn't speak ofthat...)

Human trafficking is going to be the core of the Biden Doctrine when history passes judgement on him.

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June 19, 2024

Stone (Un)Henged

Timothy Birdnow

Stone Unhinged.


Yes, the Gang Green is actually desecrating the ancient Stonehenge to protest oil.

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Pelosi the Queen of Tech Stock

Timothy Birdnow

Nancy Pelosi is a stock market genius!

Pelosi is Up this Much on Her Nvidia Stock Bet

She just made over five MILLION on this stock. Does anyone believe she didn't have insider information?


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The New Nuke Race

Timothy Birdnow

We have a nuclear arms race in the making it seems.

Nuclear Powers Setto Continue Boosting opeational Warheads

This is what happens when you have weak and vacillating foreign policy; the enemies figure they can catch up while we piddle and our only option is nuclear deterrence.


An "extremely concerning” increase in the number of nuclear warheads deployed with missiles and aircraft will probably pick up speed in the next years, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

The number of such warheads rose to 3,904 as Russia continues to threaten its adversaries at the same time as China may have put weapons of mass destruction on high operational alert for the first time, the institute said in a statement Monday, citing data from January. That bucks the declining trend in overall atomic weapons.

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The Empire Strikes Back - at Gaetz

Timothy Birdnow

The Empire strikes back - at Matt Gaetz!

House Ethics Paenl Probing AllegedGaetz Obstruction,Misconduct

Gaets triedto get Speaker Mike Johnson sacked, and didget former Speaker Kevin McCarthy tossed out as Speaker. Now the Republican Establishment is going after the outspoken Congressman.


The secretive committee began examining a litany of allegations against Mr. Gaetz in April 2021 before deferring its work at the request of the Justice Department. When that request was dropped in May of last year, the committee resumed its work.

Previous claims against Mr. Gaetz included allegations of sexual misconduct and illicit drug use, sharing inappropriate images or videos on the House floor, misuse of state identification records, personal use of campaign funds, and accepting a bribe, improper gratuity, or impermissible gift.

"Based on its review to date, the Committee has determined that certain of the allegations merit continued review,” the panel said in a statement, noting that it would extend its probe of the claims surrounding sexual misconduct, drug use, and improper gifts.

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