Pity or prayer?

By on Oct 2, 2017

Just heard a news report about the Las Vegas tragedy and searching for any explanation they quoted a “renowned” psychologist who said, “Most mass murderers are seeking revenge for some past slight”. I declare, without reservation, that the more you try to explain human behavior temporally the more wrong you are. The more you deny who is in control of this planet the more foolish you look. There is only one explanation for the behavior we saw in Las Vegas and that is possession. The poor man opened the door and Satan stepped in and in this case he really stepped in. The ignorance displayed in trying to contrive some explanation: this poor man did this because his father abandoned him or his mother ridiculed him or his priest raped him or the promise of 72 virgins (or olives) – any of these explanations or something similar  is simply so asinine but yet,...

Here’s a REAL shocker — NOT.

By on Sep 25, 2017

Is it any wonder this country is in the shape it is in? They should have asked these public school educated embarasments if a man has a right to use the ladies room. MY bet is 75% of them would have said it is a right given by the constitution. Of course, give us another 10 years and the answer to any question about the constitution will be answered with, “What’s the constitution?” Survey: Just A Quarter Of Americans Can Name All 3 Branches Of Government 25Sep – by Daniel Steingold PHILADELPHIA — A sizable portion of the American public seems to show little interest in the fabric of the country’s government and history, a new survey finds. Researchers at the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) surveyed over 1,000 American adults, finding a shocking lack of knowledge as it pertains to U.S. politics among the general populace. In a new survey of American adults,...

The beauty of hypocrisy confronted.

By on Sep 23, 2017

When light is shone on the corrupt they run like the cockroaches they are. A very simple question remains, what can Elizabeth possibly know and possibly pass on to handful of students that can possibly be worth $350,000/yr. for teaching ONE course? What can she know that could possibly be worth that sum of money if she taught a 100 courses a year. Surely, if it is worth that much it should be shared with all America, NO? The article sloses with a very good question by Richard Rizza, “So you pulled up the boot straps and got out on your own and became part of the 1%,” Why can’t everyone else do the same? Why do they need so much help, when you were able to do it?” The answer, while simple, is the reason the dems cannot win election. Ms. Warren believes herself smarter than everyone else, especially the human drek she would RULE, while the majority of the country now knows that...

One can only imagine…

By on Sep 13, 2017

a) why nothing has ever come of this b) why the congress bothers putting on shows like this c) what dirt they must have on every member of congress d) whether Gowdy and Comey KNOW what small men they are e) why it doesn’t bother them if they know f) where is the prosecution of the law breakers g) why there is not equal justice under the law All these questions from one 2 minute exchange. Just how guilty do some people have to be before those elected and those appointed to enforce the law – ENFORCE the LAW? It really is hard to come up with any explanation but one.In fact, I don’t think rational, reasoning men can possibly use that ability to draw any conclusion from the exchange but ONE. The 2 minute exchange is below. Gowdy: Good morning, Director Comey. Secretary Clinton said she never sent or received any classified information over her private e-mail, was that...

Ignoring her senility…

By on Sep 12, 2017

if we were ever able to get Nancy or any of these people to tell the absolute truth do you really believe anyone believes this? “Speaking of San Francisco, Pelosi said, “Our city is blessed with a large LGBTQ community, and a strong history of legacy— of advocacy…”. The city is “blessed”? Do they know what the word means? Please tell me how the city is blessed. Can it be by another line of her speech? “Innovation must be about inclusion,” she said, What the heck does that mean? The fact that none of it means anything is the point isn’t it? Patronizing platitudes, they are all she knows but worse, they are all her audience wants to hear. You may see the speech here but the speech is not the point. The point is the vapid meaninglessness of the dispensing vessel and the vacuous selfishness of the the receiving. A speaker and an audience with but one care between...

Oh, that people would wise up since it hardly takes a genius.

By on Sep 12, 2017

Nonetheless, this really is fascinating. A Startling Anecdote About Online Ad Spending From Restoration Hardware Category 1 storm clouds are gathering over what has traditionally been one of the most lucrative, and perhaps only profitable, sectors to come out of Silicon Valley in decades: online advertising. Two months ago, it was P&G which fired the first shot across the “adtech” bow when not long after it announced it was slashing its digital ad spending because it thought it was not getting the kind of return on investment it desired, it made a striking discovery: “We didn’t see a reduction in the growth rate.” CFO Jon Moeller said “What that tells me is that that spending that we cut was largely ineffective.” Speaking to the WSJ, P&G CEO David Taylor echoed Moeller when he explained that cuts on digital ads are part of a larger strategy to more quickly halt...