Friday, May 1, 2015 Covers Cheese State Thugocracy In Detail

I love the blogosphere. News that would get swept under a massive rug yesterday is now illuminated.

To date has filed 197 reports on John Chisholm's reign of terror.

I don't know M. D. Kittle but he is one persistent journalist. Check it out.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Caller Discussing Larry Sinclair Gets Dropped From Rush Limbaugh Show

"Darn it we lost her out there." Poor Rush. One of the first videos (actually it was an audio but it was grabbed off of Youtube so it was a video) posted on this blog was a caller who got past the call screener and mentioned John Drew and Larry Sinclair in the same breath on Rush Limbaugh's show. Limbaugh scolded the naughty caller who had deceptively told the producer that he wanted to discuss Hillary and banished the slob from the airwaves.

The same post had a video of a similar event on the Mark Levin show. Ironically or not, both vids have been pulled from Youtube.

To reiterate, I thought of Larry Sinclair as a Clinton creation until I read Sinclair's book. As Sinclair was reaching the pinnacle of attention the corrupt state of Delaware swooped down and incarcerated him on bogus charges. The fact that Sinclair was disappeared by the Fuhrer did more to establish his credibility than anything he could ever say or do. The Bidens would not have silenced him if Sinclair did not have a dangerous message.

To further reiterate. This vid is posted by I believe Barack Obama was born in Hawaii. I also believe STRONGLY that Barack Obama is the father of the birther movement. He supplied the false narrative, the material discrepancy if you will, that he was born in Kenya and his literary agents wittingly or otherwise repeated the narrative for seventeen years. Obama's motives for creating and maintaining this false narrative has never been explored by the Fourth Estate.

 Back to the video below. Reception is strong until the caller mentions Larry Sinclair and doggone it, Rush loses her. Poor Rush.


On The Diversity Of Commercial Talk Radio

The MSM is one vast echo chamber. If there is a voice of dissent it is drowned out by the chorus of smooching. Speak no ill of one's colleague. Commercial talk radio on the other hand is lively. Any and all is fair game. Yes, some of the complaints are petty and venal and personal but commercial talk radio is NOT one vast chorus. Commercial talk radio celebrates diversity.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Must Read By Michelle Malkin

I sometimes think Michelle Malkin might be Kool-Aid deficient. More than three-quarters of the jobs "created or saved" in the first year of the stimulus were government jobs, while roughly 1 million private sector jobs were forestalled or destroyed, according to Ohio State University. Last week, economists from the St. Louis Federal Reserve surveyed more than 6,700 education stimulus recipients and concluded that for every $1 million of stimulus grants to a district, a measly 1.5 jobs were created.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Book Review: "The Communist" by Paul Kengor.

I don't hold to traditional format in book reviews. Amazon has liberated us from that crippling structure. The Amazon review is to criticism what free verse is to poetry. Here we go.

The Barack Obama story is an American tragedy. The powers that be, the elitists and the elite including 99% of the news media, decided Barack Obama would be our president. They would participate in myth making and attack anyone who challenged their fairy tales. There would be duping and intentional self-duping. There would be mass celebration of bad times to come.

With the pledge of media Omerta enforced, a few Indexed writers stepped up to tell the world about Barack Obama. "The Amateur" made the strong case for The Peter Principle in action. "The Great Destroyer" credited the president as an architect of destruction. "The Communist" bridges the school of Ineptitude with the school of Domestic Quisling. Like the other two books, "The Communist" was released just months before the 2012 election and it would not affect the outcome. The question remains, is this still worth reading?

"The Communist" is worth reading. Barack Obama comes across as an imprinted duck. An adolescent imprinted duck. The Konrad Lorenz in this case is a radical self-avowed Communist by the name of Frank Marshall Davis.

What is frightening about Obama is that he doesn't quote or refer to other influences. Did he learn anything at Occidental or Columbia or Harvard? If he did, he does not mention what that might be. Whatever he needed to know he learned in high school from "Frank". He would carry his sophomoric pride with him for the rest of his life.

The author compares Frank Marshall Davis's influence to Ronald Reagan and Hillary Clinton's forgettable mentors. They are mentioned here and there by their mentees. Barack Obama on the other hand, is obsessed with his teacher. Not only does he talk about "Frank" often, he parrots the cliches and slogans Frank Marshall Davis parroted. Obama's verbiage can often be traced to American Communist propaganda.

If a future president has but one intellectual influence, it would be good for all of us if that influence was a man steeped in wisdom of his times and of the ages. Those of you hoping for a Plato and Socrates situation will be disappointed. Frank Marshall Davis comes across as a not particularly deep thinker consumed by bitterness.

The author is sympathetic. He refers to him as "Frank" instead of the conventionally used surname. Davis did indeed face racism throughout his life.  That in no way excuses his falling for the silliness and yes, the evil, of Communism. And fall he did. Face first with no hands extended.

Apart from the exposure of Frank Marshall Davis, Kengor focuses a lot of attention on the Communists in America. I hold the strong opinion that the lineage of Valerie Jarrett and David Axelrod is disturbing. Like their meal ticket, they have never renounced Communism or spoken openly of converting or seeing the light.

I was not aware that the American Communists cheered for Hitler in the early stages of World War II.  If I knew that Hitler and Stalin were frenemies in the early stages of the war, I had forgotten it. Churchill was the devil who was resisting an ally of Papa Joe. Maybe that explains Obama's Anglophobia.

Kengor reveals a lot of the front groups and dupes who wittingly or otherwise advanced American Communism. Their influence is everywhere these days always repackaged in deceptive terms like "social justice." There is a larger pattern here. This is a portrait of a mass movement and the simple but embittered minds attracted to it. For this reason "The Communist" is well worth reading now and for a long time to come.

As Baltimore Burns

Haven't we seen this movie?

Here's a good first person account from Breitbart.

The message is the message. We no longer have riots. We have unrest. The word 'insomnia' is waiting in the wings to be deployed.

Most of our lives we have lived under the rule of good people who may or not may not be good at running things. Think Jimmy Carter. He is a good Christian man who tried hard for all of us without much success. The nation has seen countless Jimmy Carters come and go.

The current administration is morally bankrupt. Yes, our country's police are frequently predatory and frequently abusive of their power. But we all know that looting and rioting and attacking baseball fans does not address the situation.

And we know that Barack Obama is influential in our inner cities and that he could probably stop riots in Ferguson or Baltimore but he did not lift a finger to do so. Why let a crisis go to waste? The businesses that were looted and torched? They didn't build that. White privilege. Burn baby burn.