Again, I’m stepping into dangerous areas. In no way do I support the global warming boondoggle so popular these days. Tell a lie often enough and it becomes folk lore.
The loonies are at serious work, most certainly, in the land we call the United States of America. It is all a power game and sickening. All out hatred grows daily.
Let the verbal floggings stop. Don’t count on it. We realize the personal bashings won’t stop even if these wonderful midterm elections are thankfully over. Kaput.
Phew! Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an...no, girls and boys, let’s not go to any more fairy tales. We’ve reached that glorious day when the national nightmare is almost over, coming to an end in a few hours.
So, we’re creeping up to the midterm elections and because of the renegades who love to be called resisters, the great old USA is under siege. Ain’t it fun?
I’m going to sincerely be frank, straightforward. At the distinct moment news broke of the abhorrent murders Saturday morning at the Pittsburgh synagogue, my blood boiled. The biggest hater and most disgraceful man in the nation is a supposed religious leader.
The next step has begun to terrorize the free society. The conflict started with verbal threats encouraging confrontations to conservatives because liberal partisans wanted to fight, derail and make general nuisances of themselves.
I’m trying my best to keep an open mind, at least for a fortnight, when the chaos of the nation’s quite likely won’t be quelled on November 6.
Most certainly international events are rather important. However stateside activities should rank first and foremost. Foreign intrigue always grabs attention, but events at home are more vital considering all the facts – or fiction.
There are two most dangerous professions in the world today. First, those sent as Christian missionaries; second, journalists of the investigatory kind who dare apply their talents in the face of international despots.
It is never more obvious that the brilliance of the Founders of the Constitution were prescient. In fact, these wise men, meeting in Philadelphia, had the good sense to write the Second Amendment.
With all profound respect, it is a joy at this historic moment to stand, read and repeat the magnificent call to order for the opening of the Supreme Court of the United States.
The bamboozling is nothing short of rampant on what has been claimed as the public airways. Is all of the stuff flooding alleged cable news channels in the public interest? I say no.
Attention, please! From a well-worn tome of aphorisms, proverbs to be transparent for all, including elitists, “being forewarned is being forearmed.” Long-winded, for sure. The alert is as follows.
The heebie-jeebies had me wide awake. To be clear, anxiety overwhelmed my sense of civic responsibility. I didn’t want to miss the senatorial side show. The pre-show blabbing didn’t miss a beat. Neither did I.
Using warnings from television news purveyors before showing breaking news, the following may cause fear, emotional stress and verify calumny among the poltroons better known as losers in the Senate and their media confederates.
With all due respect to one and all, the continuing hokum, hooey and twaddle surrounding an alleged victim of misconduct is still developing into hogwash first class.
Character assassination is distinctly the order of the day. This is not to be accepted for the good of the country. It is alive and well.
With all good intentions, the plan for today’s good news is to seek Heavenly intercessions to stop Hurricane Florence in her tracks, leaving the Atlantic coast free from disaster.
The foolishness so prevalent today in the news business and among the civilians has reached disgraceful proportions. Incredibly, laughing at some of the imbeciles is appropriate even though sad.
Threats against the President of the United States have reached disbelief. Overthrow of the elected occupant is ongoing, a tragedy waiting to happen and never seen before.
Torrid examples of ill will – or lack of protocols and manners – continue to erupt among national figures. If the conduct wasn’t so ugly, laughter could be the order if the day.
Far be it from this bureau to make any disparaging remarks at this time about the life and times of Captain John Sidney McCain III, USN retired.
Is there any doubt all the national elitists have gone gaga? No, not batty over Lady Gaga the entertainer, but the results of courtroom antics involving political persons.
Before facing matters of what some are calling Constitutional Crises, a poignant fact has arisen. I am compelled to do my duty for the public and private good.
Collegiate sports have long been part of American culture. Thankfully so. We’re coasting into those magnificent golden fall weekends beginning with prep rallies on Friday nights and colorful Saturdays in our favorite university stadiums.
There are so many topics to consider, we can just jump in anywhere the news has covered or uncovered. I’m picking what I call a mélange, patchwork or potpourri.
Maybe it’s time to bring in the vigilantes. I mean simply to help those charged with keeping the Putinites from messing with voters on local levels.
Not for a second has fear reached this aerie that the free press is threatened by muzzling from the infernal guv’ment. It’s a mighty good subject but nonsensical.