Monday, February 27, 2023

DJT always proven right!

This is addressed to TRP...

Sunday, February 26, 2023

Finally something of note from SNL...

Staggering AZ corruption!

The Biden Regime...

Wednesday, February 22, 2023

DeSantis a typical swamp creature?

DJT now more than ever!

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Yet another racial justice warrior...


DJT was right!


Big Pharma gets James O'Keefe ousted...

Monday, February 20, 2023

DJT now more than ever!

Thursday, February 16, 2023

Payback to middle America???

Coordinated attacks???

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Lying Neo-con scum!

Monday, February 13, 2023

Calling mayor Pete...

Saturday, February 11, 2023

More KGB antics...

One evil of centralization...

Thursday, February 9, 2023

What's wrong with these people...

Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Terror in the Skies!

Terror in the Skies! 

  I know that everyone is sick of “balloon-gate” by now, but let’s alter our perspective on the issue to see what the purpose is. First, why wouldn’t the Chinese government feel like they have the ability to fly anywhere in U.S. airspace? With our porous Southern border, the balloon was certainly seeking asylum from an oppressive government. Unfortunately, now that the balloon was separated from its parent, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will be talking to news programs, shrieking about legal asylees and what cage the balloon is being housed in? Denying China the freedom to roam around our sovereign airspace should be considered racist since we allow people from other countries access to much more with far less flair. “Give us your tired, your poor, your weather balloons, yearning to breathe free.” Just because the weather balloon was checking the weather over cities, near military bases, and sites of moderate national importance including California. China might have been looking at California for a boost of self-esteem. Maybe the balloon can answer this riddle, “what state has beautiful weather, cool breezes, and still smells like urine?" That’s right weather balloon, California! Maybe the balloon drifted off course trying to get away from the overwhelming stench of hobo B.O., street feces, and the aroma of the broken dreams of porn stars that couldn’t make it in Hollywood. 

  Another perspective is that China really was checking the weather in areas that don’t carry the same pollution as Peking and Shanghai. To capture some of the clean air over Idaho and Montana and bring it back to China. Now that the balloon has been shot down, China is issuing a “chill out bro” warning to the U.S., China doesn’t want to mess with the U.S. They will flex occasionally to try to show the world that they are not intimidated by the United States, but the reality is that China cannot sustain an attack on Taiwan without running out of food and fuel in months. Imagine if they tried to attack us here, what would that look like? Their best option would not be a ground attack, but to attach a nuclear warhead to a “weather balloon” as it drifts off course over a major military installation or city with a high-density population and detonate at a high altitude for a greater area of impact. It doesn’t seem that unfeasible now does it? All China would need to do is send up another balloon, equip it with a nuclear warhead, then let it drift near a populated city. The military has shown that it will shoot it down, so they can equip it with a remote detonator or drop the bomb on an area before it gets shot down. There are a host of different scenarios where this doesn’t play out well for us in the United States. Why are so many politicians not seeing this as the national security risk that it is? When will North Korea try the same thing, or Iran? What we have shown the world is that in our high-tech society, low-tech is undoubtedly our Achilles heel.

Stay strong my friends. 
Aaron from GA


Monday, February 6, 2023

Chiii-na up to bad things folks...

Sunday, February 5, 2023

Long but good thread...

Friday, February 3, 2023

Great thread on deepstate corruption in Ukraine...

Finally a close up of the Chiii-na spy balloon...

End the Fed!

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

From Thomas Jefferson to Gideon Granger, 13 August 1800

Dear Sir,

I recieved with great pleasure your favor of June 4. and am much comforted by the appearance of a change of opinion in your state: for tho’ we may obtain, & I believe shall obtain a majority in the legislature of the US attached to the preservation of the Federal constitution according to it’s obvious principles & those on which it was known to be received, attached equally to the preservation to the states of those rights unquestionably remaining with them, friends to the freedom of religion, freedom of the press, trial by jury & to economical government, opposed to standing armies, paper systems, war, & all connection other than of commerce with any foreign nation, in short, a majority firm in all those principles which we have espoused and the federalists have opposed uniformly; still should the whole body of New England continue in opposition to these principles of government, either knowingly or through delusion, our government will be a very uneasy one. It can never be harmonious & solid, while so respectable a portion of it’s citizens support principles which go directly to a change of the federal constitution, to sink the state governments, consolidate them into one, and to monarchize that. Our country is too large to have all it’s affairs directed by a single government. Public servants at such a distance, & from under the eye of their constituents, will, from the circumstance of distance, be unable to administer & overlook all the details necessary for the good government of the citizen; and the same circumstance by rendering detection impossible to their constituents, will invite the public agents to corruption, plunder & waste: and I do verily believe that if the principle were to prevail of a common law being in force in the US. (which principle possesses the general government at once of all the powers of the state governments, and reduces us to a single consolidated government) it would become the most corrupt government on the face of the earth. You have seen the practices by which the public servants have been able to cover their conduct, or, where that could not be done, the delusions by which they have varnished it for the eye of their constituents. What an augmentation of the field for jobbing, speculating, plundering, office-building & office hunting, would be produced by an assumption of all the state powers into the hands of the general government. The true theory of our constitution is surely the wisest & best, that the states are independant as to every thing within themselves, & united as to every thing respecting foreign nations. Let the general government be once reduced to foreign concerns only, and let our affairs be disentangled from those of all other nations, except as to commerce which the merchants will manage the better, the more they are left free to manage for themselves, and our general government may be reduced to a very simple organization, & a very unexpensive one: a few plain duties to be performed by a few servants. But I repeat that this simple & economical mode of government can never be secured if the New England states continue to support the contrary system. I rejoice therefore in every appearance of their returning to those principles which I had always imagined to be almost innate in them. In this state a few persons were shaken by the XYZ duperies. You saw the effect of it in our last Congressional representation chosen under their influence. This experiment on their credulity is now seen into, and our next representation will be as republican as it has heretofore been. On the whole we hope that by a part of the Union having held on to the principles of the constitution, time has been given to the states to recover from the temporary phrenzy into which they had been decoyed, to rally round the constitution & to rescue it from the destruction with which it had been threatened even at their own hands. I see copied from the American Mercury two Nos. of a paper signed Don Quixot, most excellently adapted to introduce the real truth to the minds even of the most prejudiced. I would with great pleasure have written the letter you desire on behalf of your friend; but there are existing circumstances which render a letter from me to that magistrate as improper as it would be unavailing. I shall be happy on some more fortunate occasion to prove to you my desire of serving your wishes.

I sometime ago recieved a letter from a Mr Mc.Gregory of Derby in your state. It is written with such a degree of good sense & appearance of candor as entitle it to an answer. yet the writer being entirely unknown [to me, and the] stratagems of the times very multifarious, I have thought [it best to avail] myself of your friendship & inclose the answer to you. you [will see it’s] nature. If you find from the character of the person to whom it is addressed that no improper use would probably be made of it, be so good as to seal & send it. otherwise suppress it.

How will the vote of your state & R.I. be as to A. & P.

I am with great & sincere esteem Dear Sir Your friend & servt

Th: Jefferson

Another "noble" Beringian...

What a miscarriage of justice...