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Welcome Aboard

Like all of you who blog, I always notice and am pleased when somebody follows this blog. Normally I figure they are finding what they want here, and so no particular effort towards them is warranted. And that is, of course, also true for the blogs I follow; if I wasn’t finding what I wanted/needed, […]

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Why Confront Islamism?

Originally posted on The Conservative Citizen:
-By Amil Imani – ? Seven years ago I wrote an op-ed, explaining why it is urgent that we confront Islamism. Seven years later, the entire world is in complete Islamic hell. With each passing day, Islam gains more power. The lesson is clear. Beware of the “Useful Idiots”…

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Laid Back Video Sunday

Hey guys, it’s Sunday, and yep, the world ain’t getting any better but, we ain’t gonna fix it today. Let’s just kick back and have some fun shall we?   My all time favorite Aussies   You know, there has to be an easier way!   If you’re like me (old as dirt) you might […]

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An Unpleasant Description of a President

Thomas Jefferson referred to his opponent, John Adams as a, … hideous hermaphroditical character, which has neither the force and firmness of a man, nor the gentleness and sensibility of a woman. Adams was none of these things as any one who has read history knows.

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Enough To Make You Sick

While the president’s wife frets that school lunches are not healthy enough for the nation’s children, neither she nor the president are concerned about a much more serious threat to the health of the nation’s children and, for that matter, adults, as well.

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Mad Dogs and Englishmen

Noel Coward wrote Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun. The Japanese don’t care to, the Chinese wouldn’t dare to, Hindus and Argentines sleep firmly from twelve to one, But Englishmen detest a siesta, In the Philippines there are lovely screens, to protect you from the glare, In the Malay states there […]

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