"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Thursday, April 18, 2024

Sydney Sweeney's NOT AFRAID of the "MALE GAZE"

Liberalism is a Mental Disorder

Leftist are INSANE.  

They want to cut the balls off little boys and chop off the breasts of little girls.

Liberals claim beautiful women celebrating their beauty and motherhood are "victims" of men, and 400 pound tubs of lard are to be celebrated as "stunning and brave."

Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Warrior Woman Wednesday

Screw The "News"
I'm Blue Pilling it with Warrior Women

  • Damn, it feels good taking the Blue Pill, ignoring the news and losing myself in SciFi and Fantasy.

  • I say let the War-Pigs burn Ukraine and the Middle East to the fucking ground and start World War III. The liar politicians don't care so why should I give a shit?
  • I refuse to be a puppet on the strings of the corrupt media complex. I will not dance on command to their latest propaganda.

Tuesday, April 16, 2024

TRAITOR Republicans Sell Out U.S. - Allows Warrantless Spying

Big Brother is Watching You

Traitors Everywhere
  • There are perhaps, on a good day, 20 to 25 patriots in Congress.  The rest are either open traitors to the Republic or spineless, bought off cowards.

The Senate is set to vote on the FISA reauthorization bill that includes a provision forcing any company or individual that provides ANY communications service to become a pawn of the National Security Agency’s surveillance grid.

The Section 702 provision of the FISA renewal bill requires any company that hosts any form of communication service to surrender surveillance data to the NSA under a gag order if compelled by the agency.

“Buried in the Section 702 reauthorization bill (RISAA) passed by the House on Friday is the biggest expansion of domestic surveillance since the Patriot Act. Senator [Ron] Wyden calls this power ‘terrifying,’ and he’s right,” wrote Elizabeth Goitein, Co-director of the left-leaning Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice on X Monday.

But “an amendment offered by House intel committee (HPSCI) leaders and passed by the House vastly expands the universe of entities that can be compelled to assist the NSA,” she pointed out.

“If the bill becomes law, any company or individual that provides ANY service whatsoever may be forced to assist in NSA surveillance, as long as they have access to equipment on which communications are transmitted or stored—such as routers, servers, cell towers, etc.”


Monday, April 15, 2024

A Little Monday Music - Gordon Lightfoot

Old Dan's Records is 52 Years Old

Where does the time go?

Release in 1972, Old Dan's Records has always been one of my favorite albums. Though it produced no hit singles in the U.S., the album featured Lightfoot at the peak of his powers melding country and folk music into one.

Gordon Lightfoot (November 17, 1938 – May 1, 2023) was a Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist who achieved international success in folkfolk-rock, and country music. He is credited with helping to define the folk-pop sound of the 1960s and 1970s. 

He has been referred to as Canada's greatest songwriter and his songs have been recorded by some of the world's most renowned musical artists. Lightfoot's biographer Nicholas Jennings said, "His name is synonymous with timeless songs about trains and shipwrecks, rivers and highways, lovers and loneliness."

He topped the US Hot 100 or Adult Contemporary (AC) chart with the hits "If You Could Read My Mind" (1970), "Sundown" (1974); "Carefree Highway" (1974), "Rainy Day People" (1975), and "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" (1976), and had many other hits that appeared in the top 40.

Gordon Lightfoot (left) and Bob Dylan about 1974.

“I can't think of any Gordon Lightfoot song I don't like. Everytime I hear a song of his, it's like I wish it would last forever. "
Bob Dylan


More at Gerald Celente

It all started with Teddy and 
the U.S. never looked back.

Battle of Manila (1899)
Killed by invading American troops. Filipino soldiers dead in a trench defending their homeland. 
The people of the Philippines 
were under the impression they were the allies of Americans who were there to liberate them from Spain. They were wrong.
In a war lasting over three years some 50,000 Filipino soldiers and civilians were killed by Americans.