It must be all the masks, right? If so, I guess we’ll see another spike when they come off?

By on Aug 20, 2020

Someone please explain this.

By on Aug 2, 2020

Explain the note at the very bottom. Everyone with half a brain has known what Bill says here is true so only two uestions really remain. 1. Why won’t any msm outlet touch the story which is certainly a Pulitzer winner at the very least and a guaranteed ratings giant. 2. Why hasn’t the justice department hung anyone for this yet? How do these people live with themselves? CIA Fabricated Russiagate ‘Evidence’, Says Former NSA Tech Chief by Eric Zuesse July 30, 2020 Share Eric Zuesse An important public statement was made on July 27th by Bill Binney, the U.S. Government’s top expert on the internet, and on computer hacking. He had been the Technical Director of the NSA when he quit and became a whistleblower against that Agency while George W. Bush was the U.S. President and invaded Iraq on the basis of faked evidence. Binney has now laid out, in this speech, the evidence that...

So why isn’t anyone swinging from a rope Jim? Mr. Barr?

By on Jul 28, 2020

Jim Jordan Opening Statement: “They Are Attacking Bill Barr” to Protect Themselves From “Obama Spying Operations”… Posted on July 28, 2020 by sundance During his opening statement House Judiciary Ranking Member Jim Jordan outlines the real motive for Democrats to go on the attack against U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr. As Jordan notes the political left writ large is desperate; the biggest scandal in American political history is staring them in the face; the leftists have no option except to attempt to attack the person who would hold the key to accountability.  This behavior is absolutely stunning. Other than the desperation of knowing you are looking at a noose I really can see no explanation for the behavior exhibited here. Apparently there is only one qualification required to be a democrat congressman, you must be an asshole....

And nary a mask to be seen.

By on Jul 19, 2020

Wild video shows people flooding Astoria’s Steinway Street without masks By Melissa Klein Large crowds of maskless revelers are packing the streets in Astoria and partying like there’s no pandemic. A video shot Friday night shows hundreds of partiers packing Steinway Street as an NYPD cruiser tries to get by and police tell people to “get out of the street.” The crowd cheers as the car moves on, then fills the street again, plastic cups in hand. They stood in front of bars and restaurants, some of which had tables out for dining. Later, a group of officers can be seen standing on a corner looking on as crowds walk by. Another video posted to Twitter early Saturday morning shows people dancing and jumping up and down on Steinway Street. And Twitter user @vodkapond posted a video that appeared to show alcohol being sold out of the back of cars and asked, “Anyone going to do anything...

Good Advice.

By on Jul 18, 2020

Never believe or trust anyone who offers solutions that do not effect them. This is especially true of government and we see it clearly during this “pandemic”. None of the people making the mandates and providing the “information”, NOT A SINGLE ONE, has missed a single paycheck nor a contribution to their pension. Not one of them has lost a business, had to sell their house or reach into their retirement account, not one. And frankly, they really do not care about those who are effected. See Genesis 6:5 – live your life by it and you will not be nearly so gullible nor disappointed.

Bari Weiss Quits New York Times, Excoriates Paper As ‘Performance Space’ For Woke Olympics

By on Jul 14, 2020

Great letter. But, seriously, it takes how long to figure this out? Dear A.G., It is with sadness that I write to tell you that I am resigning from The New York Times.  I joined the paper with gratitude and optimism three years ago. I was hired with the goal of bringing in voices that would not otherwise appear in your pages: first-time writers, centrists, conservatives and others who would not naturally think of The Times as their home. The reason for this effort was clear: The paper’s failure to anticipate the outcome of the 2016 election meant that it didn’t have a firm grasp of the country it covers. Dean Baquet and others have admitted as much on various occasions. The priority in Opinion was to help redress that critical shortcoming. I was honored to be part of that effort, led by James Bennet. I am proud of my work as a writer and as an editor. Among those I helped bring to...