Wednesday, November 30, 2016

It Was You

Found circulating on social media -

“IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who spoke these words at an Islamic dinner - "I am one of you."
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who on ABC News referenced - "My Muslim faith."
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who gave $100 million in U.S. taxpayer funds to re-build foreign mosques.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who wrote that in the event of a conflict -"I will stand with the Muslims."
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who assured the Egyptian Foreign Minister that - "I am a Muslim."
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who bowed in submission before the Saudi King.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who sat for 20 years in a Liberation Theology Church condemning Christianity and professing Marxism.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who exempted Muslims from penalties under Obamacare that the rest of us have to pay.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who purposefully omitted - "endowed by our Creator" - from your recitation of The Declaration Of Independence.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who mocked the Bible and Jesus Christ's Sermon On The Mount while repeatedly referring to the 'HOLY' Quran.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who traveled the Islamic world denigrating the United States Of America.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who instantly threw the support of your administration behind the building of the Ground Zero Victory mosque overlooking the hallowed crater of the World Trade Center.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who refused to attend the National The below provides the basis for virtually everything Obama does Prayer Breakfast, but hastened to host an Islamic prayer breakfast at the WH.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who ordered Georgetown Univ. and Notre Dame to shroud all vestiges of Jesus Christ BEFORE you would agree to go there to speak, but in contrast, you have NEVER requested that the mosques you have visited adjust their decor.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who appointed anti-Christian fanatics to your Czar Corps.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who appointed rabid Islamists to Homeland Security.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who said that NASA's "foremost mission" was an outreach to Muslim communities.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who as an Illinois Senator was the ONLY individual who would speak in favor of infanticide.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who were the first President not to give a Christmas Greeting from the WH, and went so far as to hang photos of Chairman Mao on the WH tree.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who curtailed the military tribunals of all Islamic terrorists.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who refused to condemn the Ft. Hood killer as an Islamic terrorist.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who has refused to speak-out concerning the horrific executions of women throughout the Muslim culture, but yet, have submitted Arizona to the UN for investigation of hypothetical human-rights abuses.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who when queried in India refused to acknowledge the true extent of radical global Jihadists, and instead profusely praised Islam in a country that is 82% Hindu and the victim of numerous Islamic terrorists assaults.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who funneled $900 Million in U.S. taxpayer dollars to Hamas.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who ordered the USPS to honor the MUSLIM holiday with a new commemorative stamp.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who directed our UK Embassy to conduct outreach to help "empower" the British Muslim community.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who embraced the fanatical Muslim Brotherhood in your quest to overthrow the Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who funded mandatory Arabic language and culture studies in Grammar schools across our country.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who follows the Muslim custom of not wearing any form of jewelry during Ramadan.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who departs for Hawaii over the Christmas season so as to avoid past criticism for NOT participating in seasonal WH religious events.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who was uncharacteristically quick to join the chorus of the Muslim Brotherhood to depose Egypt's Hosni Mubarak, formerly America's strongest ally in North Africa; but, remain muted in your non-response to the Brotherhood led slaughter of Egyptian Christians.
IT WAS YOU, OBAMA who appointed your chief adviser, Valerie Jarrett, an Iranian, who is a member of the Muslim Sisterhood, an off-shoot of the Muslim Brotherhood”.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Funny Thought

"Michelle Obama makes me rethink my stance on abortion."

- Pops

Monday, November 28, 2016

First Kill

Opening day for rifle season. A friend suggests I hunt that morning on his farm. I accept his gracious offer. Equipped with a valid Tennessee big game permit (purchased at the last minute!) I ascend his deer stand and wait.

Official first light for the day is at 5:56 am. The irony is not lost on me. My SPR, "Lucy," is chambered in 5.56 mm, as is standard of the AR15 platform.

Lucy has a free-floated White Oak Armament precision fluted barrel. She has a Geissele trigger. I use a traditional A2 stock. For glass, my TA-31F ACOG. Not a "precision" optic, but more than capable. Ammo is 75 grain Hornady match. It is a BTHP round, known for its accuracy.

About 7:15, a buck enters my line of sight from the right. He is bounding at a brisk pace. He stops at the trees in the above picture and turns, quartering away from me.

Most people worry most about "buck fever" - the anticipation and nervousness that wrecks the hunter's body and mind and leads to poor shots and frequent misses. Years of Martial arts training means I feel none of it. Almost robotic in nature, I raise my rifle, settle my sights behind the shoulder about 4 inches, and fire.

The buck runs off and leaps a nearby fence.

I make a mental note of the location in the fence he leapt. I climb down from my perch, grabbing my rifle and day pack. I patrol to the spot and realize I cannot make it safely over or under the fence at that spot. The deer had made an incredible leap.

Never did it occur to me that I might have missed. Years of training in marksmanship left me with a clear picture in my mind of my sight picture at the moment the gun fired. It was a clean hit behind the shoulder.

30 yards down the fence, I find a suitable opening and make my way through on hands and knees. Returning to the spot I'd noted, I blankly realize that I'd never tracked an animal before. This is my first hunt.

Memories of friends who hunt talking about blood trails come to mind. I search the area, and quickly find a blood trail. I follow it for 40 yards. It was easy to follow.

And there he was, lying in a ravine.

As I drew near, it was easy to see the effects of the shot.

The exit wound was significant.

The entrance wound was less impressive:

I dragged my 100+ pound prize back, through the opening in the fence, and waited for my friend, who would show me how to dress the paleo friendly meat. My friend also took a picture of me with the kill:

In less than an hour, I had a cooler full of tasty fresh deer meat. Pictures of the meat and dinners to come later. I also kept the antlers as a personal trophy. Pictures of that to come later, as well. 

As a side note, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) has a fantastic and simple check in system. I was able to do it via my phone during the short wait for my friend to meet me.

One shot,
One kill.
No luck,
All skill.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Quote of the Day

From  Rollo Tomassi -

You see, equalism (the religion of feminism) would have women believe that what makes men happy must necessarily be what makes women happy – or would make them happy in the long term if only the “patriarchy” would allow women the same opportunities to experience it.


Yet in our modern western(izing) world we find that the equalist effort to socially engineer androgyny into society has had the opposite effect in engendering happiness in women.

Definitely some very worthy points in here. You should read the rest of the article, too.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Liberalism is a Mental Disorder

This one was a doozy.

Visiting a friend at her place of business. She is a small business owner. She and her husband are fellow Trump fans. Naturally, the discussion moved to the Trump victory. 

As we addressed the Trump locker room talk, we agreed we were both guilty of same, if not worse. The conversation continued from there with the topic of people openly discussing things they didn't used to discuss openly.

In other words, what used to be locker room talk is now no longer constrained to the locker room.

We also discussed other things done by many people now that we would never have dreamt of doing when we were younger. Specifically, we discussed people sending nude texts and the like. How is a married person supposed to react when someone wishes to share that with you? There seems to be no proper protocol!

At that moment, a woman pops her head around the corner, and proceeds to make the most outlandish series of statements I've ever heard. She said she was offended by our conversation as it "was not proper conversation for business." This Offended Woman (OW) was twisting our words, making it seem webhad said things we clearly had not said. She tried to angle it as if she would get us both in trouble with "the company."

My friend advised OW that she, my friend, was indeed the owner of the business. OW tried to escalate, but my friend was having none of it. OW was not there to patronize my friend's business, she was there to see the doctor in another part of the building.

The doctor's office was closed, so OW "couldn't wait in the office." She was waiting out in the hall for the doctor's office to open up. Problem was, and my friend pointed it out, there were multiple signs posted by the building owner expressly forbidding people from doing that. Evidently, this had become a problem for the other tenants... like my friend.

My friend pointed out that the Offended Woman couldn't possibly have heard our conversation from the chair in the hallway, it was too far away. She had to have been eavesdropping. My friend pointed that out to OW. And it hit her - the only reason OW would have been offended was if she hated Trump! "I bet you're just mad because you're a Hillary supporter!" My friend says.

So now the "offended" diatribe shifts.

OW looks at me and proceeds to tell me that I objectify women. My inner shitlord was stirred to action immediately. "Of course I objectify women. What use are you otherwise?"
Agree & amplify.

At this point, she has no clue how to respond, so she begins a petty argument with my friend, who was having none of it. Friend asks OW to leave, but the woman tried to argue. I take an authoritative step in OW's direction and simply point a finger out the door.

She took the hint.

Oh, did I mention that the doctor's appointment was a mental health appointment?

Posted above - picture of "Wat? Lady." Offended Woman in this entry rather resembled Wat Lady in appearance. 

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Patriotism Wins

It was never right vs. left, even though the media told us it was.
It was never even liberty vs. authoritarianism. I wanted to believe it was, but it wasn't.
It was globalism vs. patriotism.

Patriotism won.
Patriotism will ensure the sanctity of liberty.
Patriotism will protect society from the evils of the policies of the far left.
Patriotism will work on higher priorities than the policies some on the right might have that people on the left claim are destructive.
Patriotism is what makes our country.
Patriotism will #MakeAmericaGreatAgain

Monday, November 21, 2016

Family Matters

A man must set the example for his family. Behaviors that work against the family unit cannot be tolerated, regardless of their source. Observe this conversation from social media -

Woman posts - I couldn't take it anymore to watch the election. I had so much anxiety, I was giving myself an ulcer lol. Congrats to Donald J. Trump! It's a new day! Let us be united and not divided. Don't let your differences in politics destroy your relationships with family and friends.

Man replies - If they support Hillary, were they ever a friend to begin with?

Woman - My Aunt supports Hillary. She is still my Aunt because I love her. It burns me that she does, but a candidate doesn't define who she is. Same goes with any of my friends. I stand by them until they show me otherwise. That otherwise is not based on a candidate.

Man - Sadly, it's entirely possible to be a relative, yet not a friend.

Woman - Please don't take this wrongly or disrespectfully, what if it was your wife? She was a closet Hillary supporter. Later you found out that she voted for her after the election. Would that change how much you love her, who she has been to you and your children for all these years?

Man - I'd divorce her immediately. A house divided against itself cannot stand. That said, I'd have vetted for that well in advance of marriage. No way I'd let something like that slip through.

Naturally, the woman had no reply to this. When a woman knows her worth is only limited to what value she can bring to the traditional family unit, it is very enlightening. Playing hamster wheel games to excuse anti-family behavior cannot be permitted. Our society already has enough divorce-porn, the last thing women need is more excuses.

Friday, November 18, 2016

Some Commentary

This was posted by a liberal on Facebook. Interesting points and my comments in bold.

I feel some compulsion to try to come up with a comprehensive, unified theory of yesterday, but I can’t do it.  Too tired, too depressed, too busy.  And frankly, still hoping that Mom is going to wake me up and tell me I’m about to be late for school.  Instead of that unified theory, then, I’m going to offer some random thoughts that seem to me to be important.  In no particular order, and without trying to synthesize them into any sort of conclusion:
Typical liberal response: want to hide from reality.

1. We have a democratic, Constitutionally-enshrined process, and it worked.  It didn’t work the way I wanted it to, or apparently the way that a majority of the people who voted wanted it to, but it worked the way it was designed to.  For 240 years, we’ve been built around the peaceful transition of power through an electoral process, and we did it again.  And in that regard, the office deserves respect, and the person who is elected to it is entitled to a presumption that he or she will act in good faith and in what he or she believes to be the best interests of the country.  I don’t like him or trust him, and I didn’t vote for him, but he got his voters out and he won.  He’s entitled to our prayers and thoughtful support. Oh, and kill the [hashtag]notmypresident stuff.  That’s not the way it works.
Well said.

2. Like many of you, and notwithstanding the foregoing, I’m afraid of the next four years.  That having been said, we should not over-worry about what President Trump will actually accomplish, as opposed to what he pontificates about.  First, events and politics always force elected officials toward the middle, no matter where they start out.  Second, even though it is strained, we do have a system of checks and balances that works.  Imperfectly, but it works.  Third, much of what Trump has proposed, inside and outside the Republican platform, is impossible, politically, practically and/or economically.  The wall is going to be built and 11 million undocumented aliens are going to be deported right after President Obama closes down Guantanamo, you know?  Fourth, much of government is in the hands of an entrenched bureaucracy that doesn’t much care who the President is.  Change is hard, and slow.
I think the main difference is Obama is a liar. He promised to close Guantanamo to get elected with no intention of doing so. I think Trump has a history of delivering what he promises.

3. God remains in charge, and faithful to us.  No election changes that.
Yes, and this is also a passive-aggressive cop out. And yes, I saw scaredy-cat #churchians putting up the same line on Monday, November 7.

4. One of my friends posted this morning that she could no longer tell her daughters that they could grow up to be President.  That’s an understandable reaction, but not a fair one. Hillary Clinton did not lose because she was a woman (although there are doubtless many people who didn’t vote for her for that reason; some people, including some women, feel that way, and we have to take comfort that their numbers diminish generationally).  Hillary Clinton lost for lots of reasons, one of which was that she was the specific woman she was, with the baggage she carried.  Some of that baggage was illusory (Benghazi, her “health issues”).  Some of it was real, but unfair (she stayed married to a philanderer, something a surprising number of alleged Christian conservatives apparently think is worse than being a philanderer or, for that matter, being a serial divorcer – you know that you can’t fit all the Mrs. Trumps, Mrs. Gingriches and Mrs. Giuliani’s in an eight-passenger van?  But I digress).  Some of it was both real and fair (in three decades in public life, Mrs. Clinton’s arrogance, her the-rules-are-for-other-people attitude, and her penchant for acknowledging error only in years when the Cubs win the Series have grown tiresome for lots of folks).  But frankly, her biggest challenge, and one that she could not overcome despite her best efforts, was the position that history gave her – trying to be the first woman President immediately after the first African-American President.  As I have written before, and as I firmly believe, a lot of the hostility toward President Obama came from a basic, almost primal conviction among a lot of white Americans of around my age and older that Trump tapped into quite well – the conviction that everything they had been raised to believe in was going to hell, and that that was symbolized by the fact that The Other was now in the White House, when it was only supposed to be occupied by Us.  The idea of another four years of The Other  - in this case, a woman - was too much for a lot of those people.  So yes, the fact that Mrs. Clinton was not a man worked against her, quite unfairly, but I don’t think it’s reasonable or accurate to say that her defeat means my friend’s daughters, or mine, can’t grow up to be President.  Mrs. Clinton was not simply a woman; she was a woman with a unique set of baggage that, in the end, proved too much to carry at the particular point in history when she had to carry it.
Clinton's baggage was very real - her health and the emails. That you would trivialize it proves you are either stupid or have an agenda.

5.  I’m already seeing mems from Trump supporters making fun of the "sensitive safe-spacers".  What Trump’s supporters must understand is that their candidate created an atmosphere of fear and intolerance that we have not seen in a serious Presidential candidate in my lifetime, not even George Wallace. Trump, as a central theme of his campaign, repeatedly and specifically attacked immigrants, Muslims, women, Jews, Republicans(!), major portions of the Constitution, veterans, the military, the news media, on and on.  (Perhaps oddly enough, he didn’t spend much time directly attacking African-Americans and the LGBT community, except by implication, but he surrounded himself with those who did, including his Vice President.) Further, he built a campaign around encouraging mob violence.  Sneer all you want, folks, but people have legitimate fears about not only what a President Trump will do, but what the elements he encourages and tolerates will do, and you owe those fears some respect.  What Van Jones said was right; I woke up this morning afraid of how to tell my children that a man they feared, a man who has embodied the very opposite of almost every value I’ve tried to teach them, had been elected.  I’ve never faced that problem after an election before.  I pray to God I never have to do it again.
The atmosphere of fear was created by your Legacy Media. It was not based in fact. Liberal positions are never based in fact. He never attacked Muslims, immigrants, etc. And for a liberal to speak of attacking major portions of the Constitution is laughable.

6.  James Comey should have the grace to resign.  What a disgrace.

7. The mainstream news media must do some serious soul-searching.  I read parts of the Washington Post almost every day.  It is far from perfect, but it remains one of the best examples of journalism available in the U.S., where journalism is almost extinct.  That having been said, day in and day out for the last year or more the Post has featured five or six stories and op-ed pieces on the evils of Donald Trump.  Not only did that give Trump enormous free publicity; it reinforced in the mind of the core Trump voters that their candidate was the enemy of an “establishment” that they had come to distrust.  The more the Post and the New York Times vilified him, the more Trump’s supporters believed he was their savior.  The media let us down badly.
The media let you down, yes. They let you down by throwing all in on Hillary, and dropping any pretense of fair play. They don't need to do soul searching, as they are too far lost in their biases. They no longer report news, they fabricate stories. Fiction. Trump did not win because of "free publicity."

8. The Republican Party must do even more serious soul-searching, if they can find the souls they sold to Donald Trump.  I am, as I have said, a lifelong Republican supporter.  When I watch those who should be the watchdogs of our liberty afraid to stand up to someone who is a petty, venal demagogue because they fear that Rush Limbaugh or Ann Coulter or SarahfergoshsakesPalin are going to make fun of them, I ask how can our party, how can a responsible conservative movement, survive?  When I watch them prostrate themselves before a candidate who doesn’t even support traditional Republican positions, a candidate who counter-programs against his own party’s convention, a candidate who attacks his party’s own incumbents, I ask why should our party survive?
The Republican party is dead. Conservatism ad you reference is also dead. The Alt-Right has come. It is the dominant political force in the US. But, I understand why you want to restore the #cuckservative arm of the Republican party - your liberals can beat that, easily and repeatedly.

9. Please take paragraph 8 and insert “the Christian Right” everywhere the words “the Republican Party” appear, and then repeat.  It still more-or-less works.
Call them #churchians . Their movement is equally dead like the #cuckservative movement.

10. We the people, and frankly mostly we the conservative people, must demand better for ourselves.  The willingness of people in this country, and especially of people who consider themselves conservatives and/or Republicans, to believe the utter cr-p that comes out of made-up “news” sites, to share the vilest lies without the slightest effort to verify them, to believe that any slur, any lie, any slander, any callous disrespect may be excused by saying “I’m tired of being politically correct”, to cheerfully tell large numbers of God’s created beings that God doesn’t love them because of who they sleep with or who they marry or how they worship or who they vote for – that willingness makes me sad beyond belief.  They say that we get the candidates we deserve, and sadly, I’m coming to believe that.  And until we take the responsibility to demand more of ourselves – more wisdom, more insight, more fairness, more love – I don’t see how we can say we deserve better.  Franklin reputedly said that the Constitutional Convention had given us “a republic, if you can keep it”.  We need to earnestly ask ourselves what we’re doing to keep it, and that starts with using our brains, our hearts and our immortal souls.
This liberal ideal of "demanding better" out of conservative candidates is the trap. They then attack the slightest imperfection until the candidate is no longer viable. This is why Conservatism is dead. #Cuckservatives and #churchians have aided and abetted the liberals in this goal.

As I said, I'm sorry I haven’t been able to organize my thoughts in a more orderly fashion.  If there is someone I’ve failed to offend, shoot me a PM and I’ll try to think of something.  In the meantime, pray for our President, our President-Elect and our country, if you’re so inclined.  Pray for those who fear, that they may be comforted.  Pray for those who are victorious, that they will have wisdom and courage.  Pray for our children, and for the American Dream we hope to preserve for them.  Pray for me, if you get around to it.  And if you don’t have time for anything else, pray to God to thank Him for watching over us these 240 years, and ask Him to give us faith that he will continue to do so, both now and forevermore.  G’night.
More passive-aggressive #churchian / #cuckservative / liberal talking points.
Long live the Alt-Right.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Daily Thoughts

This is what we get when everyone gets a trophy.
Kids who have never failed.
They've never been told "no."
Parents gave in every time the kid pitched a fit.
They simply don't know how to cope with losing.

This generation of panzies has never lost. 
They won the last two elections.
They've never had to cope.

What's sad is they think that somehow Trump won't be president because they pitch the fit.
Hey, that tactic has always worked for them up until now. Why should they expect this to be any different?

The right feels their opponents are simply either stupid or foolish.
But the left thinks their opponents are evil.
The problem with the left is that they project. They are the evil ones, and the project that onto their opponent.

And the media has been feeding them lies.
Horror stories of their opponent.
This fuels the projection.
So, for the first time in their life, they are scared. Frightened.
Fear is a powerful motivator... second only to pain.

And in this last election, those motivated by pain beat those motivated by fear.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Unexpected Reward!

Always an A student and always pick up quickly in athletics, as well, I am an overachiever. Because of this and a dominant personality, I am completely unaccustomed to being cut any slack. Teachers, instructors, and coaches have always been harder on me than on my peers. And I'm OK with that.

Actually, I'd have it no other way - I hold myself to higher standards than the norm.

The challenge is real to me. The gratification is in doing. I don't do things for the notariety or recognition. I do things either because they need doing, or because they can be done.  And the accomplishment is not to be held over another's head.

And because I do not seek additional commendation, never before have I received it. Until this week...

At the end of training with my III% group's Quick Response Team, the squad leader called me front and center. He stated to all present that back in June, he had said if I shot higher scores in qualifications than him, he would give me something of note.

Honestly, I did not recall this conversation - mea culpa.

In front of the group, he handed me his last Rifle Expert badge from his days in the USMC. I protested - I was no Marine, I never served in any branch. Stolen valor is very serious to me: I make sure to never be associated with it. He disallowed my protest. I yielded, as disagreeing with one's instructor is an indication that one does not value the instructor's evaluation, and nothing could be further from the truth.

It was very humbling to receive. I shall be forever thankful. Not sure how I could repay this. Thank you!

Don't Go Vote!

The most asinine and annoying posts on social media prior to an election are those people urging others to "go vote," or "make your voice heard." 

If someone is stupid enough to need that kind of motivation to vote, then they deserve to not have their voice heard.

And, make no mistake...

Not everyone needs to vote.

Not everyone deserves to vote.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Comprehensive Voter Reform

This country needs comprehensive voter reform.
Some suggestions:

Miminum Qualifications
Minimum age - 25
No felons
Not receiving government subsidies or welfare.
Not receiving alimony or child support.
Voter ID mandatory in all precincts. One ID per social security number, one vote per ID.
Anyone caught perpetrating voter fraud is permanently barred from voting.

Conditions to be Met
To be eligible to vote, the person shall pass at least two of the following three Conditions:

1. Military service.
The citizen shall be honorably discharged from the US Military.

2. Taxpayer
The citizen shall have a net balance paid in Federal Income tax.
The minimum tax amount paid shall be greater than or equal to 10% of the median household income.
The citizen shall have paid the minimum tax amount in at least two out of the three years prior to the election, and three of the five years prior to the election.

3. Minimum Cognition
The citizen shall pass a cognition test with a minimum acceptable score.
For example - one option would be scoring a 20 or higher on a Wonderlic test.

If these changes were implemented immediately, the US leech society would no longer be able to vote. This would dramatically improve the quality of life in America.

Monday, November 14, 2016

I Wish

I wish I had the luxury to be Libertarian.
The position makes sense, let people self-govern. Live and let live. Hands off. My kind of stuff. Problem is most people do not get it. They aren't smart enough to get it. They aren't reliable enough to execute it.

But people seek leadership. People want a "daddy" figure in their life. They cannot self govern. Until we evolve to a point to where we can be trusted to do that, we simply do not have the luxury to allow self-governance.

Because I realized humans absolutely must have leadership, I made the conscious decision some time back to align myself with the Alt-Right. Among the most important tenets for me:

4. The Alt Right believes Western civilization is the pinnacle of human achievement and supports its three foundational pillars: Christianity, the European nations, and the Graeco-Roman legacy.
5. The Alt Right is openly and avowedly nationalist. It supports all nationalisms and the right of all nations to exist, homogeneous and unadulterated by foreign invasion and immigration.
6. The Alt Right is anti-globalist. It opposes all groups who work for globalist ideals or globalist objectives.
7. The Alt Right is anti-equalitarian. It rejects the idea of equality for the same reason it rejects the ideas of unicorns and leprechauns, noting that human equality does not exist in any observable scientific, legal, material, intellectual, sexual, or spiritual form.
8. The Alt Right is scientodific. It presumptively accepts the current conclusions of the scientific method (scientody), while understanding a) these conclusions are liable to future revision, b) that scientistry is susceptible to corruption, and c) that the so-called scientific consensus is not based on scientody, but democracy, and is therefore intrinsically unscientific.
9. The Alt Right believes identity > culture > politics.

However, like Milo, I like Israel and I generally approve of George W. Bush. I'm ambivalent on the Iraq war... possibly leaning toward being in favor of it.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

On The Alt Right

 Vox Day defined what the Alt Right is. It needs no further interpretation or explanation. This post is what the Alt Right is to me, no more, no less.

What the Alt Right is
My belief that Western Civilization is the pinnacle of society and human achievement.
My belief in American Exceptionalism.

What the Alt Right is not
Progressive, socialist, marxist, communist, liberal - these are failed political ideologies.
Globalist. No international free trade.

In Summary
Curb illegal immigration. No open borders, no international free trade.
American Exceptionalism is a benefit to our society. #MakeAmericaGreatAgain
Democracy - mob rule - is a dangerous thing. We must protect our Republic.
No more playing defense with liberals. On the attack. Win the culture war.

This is what the Alt Right is to me.

This Week in Observations

Just some observations this crisp, cool Saturday morning in November.

The Democrat party is in shambles. And so is the "Conservative" arm of the Republican party. This is good for We the People if we finish them off and disallow them to circle back up and regroup. Of the two, it's the Democrats who have no viable option for President in 4 years. Biden and Bernie are too old. The Clinton and Obama names are finished.

For all those who are calling for unity, I ask this... How do you propose to unify with people who have no desire at all for unity? The Left has built it's identity over the past eight years on divisiveness and hate. We have never been more divided because they don't want to be unified. And if you think supplicating to them will work, just watch how they eat their own.

Speaking of divisiveness, did you notice the claims from the Left that Trump is the most divisive person ever to be a major candidate?  Pure projection. Law 3. More Law 3 projection includes accusations towards Trump of racism & bigotry, misogyny, hate, stripping of rights, and most of their claims.

Speaking of the Three Laws, Law 1 (always lie) and Law 2 (double down on the lie) are in full effect, as well. It's just that the snowflake generation is so emotionally damaged from having lost, that they don't cling as much to Law 1 and Law 2 before heading to Law 3. It's because projection is actually a psychological defense mechanism. Thus mechanism must be employed as the snowflake psyche is in a bad spot right now.

On the riots: this is being organized by Soros. Bought and paid for. A friend suggests via Twitter that terrorists should be executed, their houses bulldozed, and families deported. Apply this to the bought and paid for rioters and this ends quick.

Where are the #NeverTrump ers these days? One prominent one from the Nashville area changed his Twitter account to private. Most of the rest are in hiding. A few are the ones calling for unity.

There haven't been many calls for working together... yet. They are coming. And to that, I say, in the words of President Obama: "elections have consequences and at the end of the day, I won." There's no need to work together. Republicans have the Presidency, the House, and the Senate for the first time in 100 years. Their mandate is simple: #MakeAmericaGreatAgain. To do that, they need to follow Trump's 100 day plan.

The race card is played out.

Hillary, when her (albeit mental cases) supporters needed her most, was unable to perform. She was in the back crying uncontrollably. She left them hanging at 3 am... sound familiar? Was this really what you wanted for President? She is no Strong, Independent Woman.

I feel sorry for the Bernie supporters. Their candidate legit won the nomination, but was cheated out of it. Who knows what might have happened with a candidate who brought so much less baggage to the table?

Race and politics are undeniable. Gender and politics are, as well, but not directly linked to a party like race is. That said, 61% of white men voted for Trump. Let's assume 5% of the population is gay, and also that most of the gays voted Democrat. That means basically 35% of the white male population is Gamma or low Deltas, acting like Gammas.

The Alt Right dominated this election. More on that, later.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Real Media

As mentioned before here, I use alternative media sources. I no longer take information from the Legacy media. They have devolved into entertainment outlets, no more. Everything they show is fictional. They do not report the news. They cannot be counted on.

Therefore, a thinking man gets his information from other sources.

On Twitter,

On blogs

On Facebook
The above, plus Milo Yiannopolous.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

The SIW Lie

This little "gem" was posted on Facebook by an over-the-wall pregnant lady in her late 30's. She married at age 36. Clearly, she identified with the "parable." For the record, let's repost the parable here, just in case it gets taken down.

The Intimidating Single Woman: A Parable

Once there was a man who owned a rich, fertile piece of land, with hills to climb and lakes to swim and forests to explore. The landowner was known throughout the countryside for handling his affairs with fairness and truth. He had one daughter, and he loved her supremely. The daughter grew up knowing her father was good and one day all that was his would be given to her.

When the daughter had reached a certain age, her father said, “It is time for you to learn to manage the affairs of my property, so you may be well prepared at the time of my death.” Then the landowner set out into the countryside with a few belongings and left his daughter to oversee all that was his.

The daughter found herself alone and needing instruction, so she visited a neighbor, an older woman. She knocked on the woman’s door and asked, “Do you know how to tend the crops so that they are plentiful at the time of harvest?” But her neighbor said, “It is not right for a daughter to manage the affairs of a household alone. You must have a man to help you. Go find a man first.” Then the neighbor shut the door.

Indeed, the daughter imagined the work of sowing and planting and harvesting would be easier with the partnership of a man. But she knew of no suitable man, and she did not want to starve, so she began doing the work herself. It was strenuous at first, but over time she learned how to use the tools properly and tend the livestock and set up an irrigation system. Though she was sometimes lonely, she began to enjoy the work and believed her father would be happy with her labors.

After some time, the daughter began to imagine ways to expand the borders of her father’s land. There was an elderly man nearby who was selling his property. By selling some of her crops, the daughter reasoned, she could purchase the land and build a new barn, mend the fences, and perhaps try her hand at growing new crops.

But soon some of the neighbors, having become prone to gossip due to pride, heard of the daughter’s plans. And they said to her, “No man will want to help you now that you’re purchasing land alone. You’re too reliant on yourself. Why didn’t you find a man to help you?”

Indeed, the daughter wondered if her planning and dreaming was too fanciful for her own good. And she still believed the work of developing the purchased land would be easier with a man. But she had not found a man to work alongside her, and it came to pass that she was able to purchase the nearby land at a very good price. So she set to work building the new barn and mending the fences and planting new crops. She was happy with her ingenuity and believed her father would be as well.

Many years later, a great famine fell upon the countryside and destroyed many houses and killed many people in the land, including the parents of many children. Grief-stricken and full of compassion, the daughter surveyed her father’s property, which had been spared and was in fact bountiful. She thought, Surely my father would want me to share what’s here. She began to gather the children who were now without parents to her home and to care for them in their distress.

But when some of the neighbors, having grown bitter due to their recent misfortune, learned of the daughter’s plans, they scoffed. They said, “Now you have done yourself in. No man will want to join you now that you are caring for children alone, as he will find himself superfluous in your affairs. Why didn’t you find a man to help you?”

Indeed, the daughter feared that her largesse was too much for her to manage. And more than ever, she longed for a man to join her in caring  for the children and the household and the land. But she had not found a suitable man willing to work alongside her. And she did not want her father to return finding her misusing the land he had entrusted to her. So she went about her affairs, raising crops and tending the home and caring for the children.

Then one summer day, the landowner returned to his property after many years of absence. The daughter saw him far off, walking up the hill to the house, and immediately her heart filled with joy. But she was also struck with fear: Had she dishonored her father since she had not found a man to help her manage the affairs of the property? Had she not looked hard enough for a man to help her? She froze at the thought of her father’s judgment that she had mismanaged what he had given her.

When the father reached the house, he beamed as he surveyed his land. He saw fields of green and gardens overflowing with vegetables and children running in the dirt. He ran toward his daughter and said, “Well done, my dutiful daughter! You were faithful with what I entrusted to you. Now come and enjoy the fruits of your labor.”

But the daughter said, “Father, I am glad for your return. But the neighbors said that I should not have done the work without a man. I longed for one and still he did not come. Have I dishonored you?”

The father replied, “Woe to those who spoke judgment against the work of your hands. And woe to the man who did not see the goodness of your labors. For greater is the lone woman who is faithful than the woman joined by a man who is idle. Now let’s have a feast to celebrate.”

Then the father set out to find the neighbors so he could ask why they hadn’t sent a suitable man to his virtuous and hardworking daughter.

Now, to be clear, the person who shared this had not built up anything in life, other than a vast personal debt - $80K in debt, working a $35K job. But, let's look beyond that. It is so very rare that a woman would build up something like this by herself. And the reason continually given and alluded to - that the woman was intimidating - is just the most ludicrous part of the whole dance.

Women who cannot find a man are not intimidating. They're bitchy! Men don't want to be around that. The men who eventually capitulate are the ones who cannot do any better.

The real intimidating women are the ones who are knockouts. Perfect 10's. You know, like the winner of Miss America and the like. But you'll notice that these women rarely make age 25 before getting married. That's because the built in desire to be with such a beauty overwhelms a man's intimidation of her. And also because top tier men don't let petty little things like a small amount of fear or uncertainty stop them.

So rest assured, the above "parable" is no parable. It's fantasy. Pure fiction. No more real than the latest superhero flick or romance novel. And don't you like that last line? Classic liberalism /feminism - blame someone else for your own shortcomings.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

How Did I Do?

"If I ever go to Vegas, you're coming with me."
- Red Bank, TN Mayor John Roberts
To me, on election night as I walked him through the states and the votes for Trump.
Overall,  my predictions went pretty well...

My predictions, written out last week, and blogged Monday, were -

1. State Representative, District 57
Susan Lynn (R) x Trisha Farmer (D)
I voted - write in candidate.
Prediction: Susan Lynn wins with around 70% of the vote.
Actual: Susan Lynn wins with 69% of the vote.

2. Mt. Juliet Mayor
Jim Bradshaw x Ed Hagerty
Both lean heavily R.
I voted - Bradshaw (would be fine with either man)
Prediction: Hagerty with around 55% of the vote.
Actual: Hagerty wins with 55% of the vote.

3. US Congress, Tennessee District 6
Diane Black (R) x David Kent (D) x David Ross (L)
I voted - David Ross
Prediction: Black with about 60% of the vote.
Actual: Black wins with 71% of the vote.

4. US President
Trump (R) x Clinton (D)
I voted - Trump
Prediction: Trump wins Tennessee with about 60% of the vote.
Trump wins the White House with over 300 electoral votes.
Actual: Trump wins with 306 Electoral Votes.
Trump wins Tennessee with 61% of the vote.

Summary - I missed the exact percentage by which Black would win to the tune of about 10%. That's a mea culpa. I overestimated dissatisfaction with her being a RINO.

Other than that, it was on the money. How, you ask? I have good sources. For local races, I fall back on historical voting records. Lynn got about the same as she (or the Republican holding that office) always gets. Black got a bit more. Haggerty was a gut instinct, based on talk around town.

My sources on the national level... well, now, that's another blog post for you!

Monday, November 7, 2016

Election Prediction 2016

Each election, I'll do a blog post with my votes and my predictions for each race. Here it is for 2016:

1. State Representative, District 57
Susan Lynn (R) x Trisha Farmer (D)
I voted - write in candidate.
Prediction: Susan Lynn wins with around 70% of the vote.

2. Mt. Juliet Mayor
Jim Bradshaw x Ed Hagerty
Both lean heavily R.
I voted - Bradshaw (would be fine with either man)
Prediction: Hagerty with around 55% of the vote.

3. US Congress, Tennessee District 6
Diane Black (R) x David Kent (D) x David Ross (L)
I voted - David Ross
Prediction: Black with about 60% of the vote.

4. US President
Trump (R) x Clinton (D)
I voted - Trump
Prediction: Trump wins Tennessee with about 60% of the vote.
Trump wins the White House with over 300 electoral votes.

Friday, November 4, 2016

Twitter Game

Everything Hillary has said and all her talking points this election cycle can be summed up as one of three things: a lie, doubling down on a lie, or projection.  Lefty pontificated on this recently. Seriously, go to her Twitter feed and pick any five random tweets and see if they aren't all an example of one of the Three Laws.

At the time of this writing, here are the most recent five tweets on Hillary's Twitter account, not including her pinned tweet:

"If you want hope instead of fear, then you will elect Hillary Clinton as president of the United States.” —@POTUS"

"You have a chance to elect a woman, our first female president, who has spent her entire life moving this country forward.” —@POTUS"
Double down.

"We shouldn’t let our kids think that politics is about pitching a new hotel, or a new golf course, or a TV contract." —@POTUS"

"Trump has contributed $0 for our military, $0 for Pell Grants to help people afford college, $0 for our highways."

"We’re going to make public colleges tuition-free for families making less than $125,000 a year and debt-free for everyone else."
Double down.

One could go on, but the point is made. Bonus points today as the first three were quotes from Obama. Try it yourself. Some worry they cannot tell a lie from a double down. No worries there. All doubles down are lies, as well. The liar is doubling down on the lie.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Voter Reform

Have you heard all these complaints about the electoral college? Many people are saying we need to do away with the electoral college.

Let's be clear: the electoral college is the last bastion of a Representative Republic the USA has. It is what keeps us from devolving into a Democracy: mob rule. If the US ever morphs into a Democracy, it will follow up soon by turning into a completely Socialist state.

But complaining about a problem without offering a solution is just whining, so here's the solution - the US needs two major election reforms:

1. Only taxpayers be allowed to vote.
2. Mandatory voter ID in all precincts.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Gleaning Information

I regularly read about four or five liberal sources and about four or five #cuckservative sources daily. Some might ask, "doesn't that get your blood boiling?"


Not at all.

Gammas and liberals, like SJWs, project their feelings onto others. If they feel a way about something, they automatically assume everybody does. Some of us can read and learn from the other side without emotional reaction.

Like a scientist in a lab measuring and recording how many drops of a substance will change the solution from alkaline to acidic, some of us simply observe and note. No emotional attachment.

To be sure, emotional reaction does not indicate the Gamma-ness of a man. Just like it does not indicate the person is a liberal or #cuckservative. But if someone does have repeatable, visibly emotional reactions to something like that, you know that man is not Alpha or Sigma.

So, I read these sources and glean information from them day by day. Occasionally, I replace one source with another - just like when my pen runs out of ink I replace it. I learn the talking points of the other side. I learn what pushes their emotional buttons.

And, occasionally, I troll them. It's the only language they understand.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

The #TrumpSlide

He strode confidently into the voting area. Red hat and red shirt worn proudly. Trump is his man. Many around him acknowledged the same. Many like minded people, hoping to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain

She tottered in the same line. Back slightly bowed with age. Hands frail. Legs frail. Mind feeble. Eyes filled with rage. Today, she can exercise as much force as that tall, white man with the red shirt. She can beat back her "aggressor." She has as much say as him today.

Except there are many more with him today - young & old, black & white, poor & middle class. And their eyes shine, but not with rage. Their eyes shine with hope. With a desire to improve their society. They laugh and speak pleasantly with all around them.

This intensifies her rage. Feeling outnumbered, despite the friendliness of these white devils who intend to vote for the Ultimate White Devil, she looks around for another like her. She finds one. A female of approximately her own age, but white. She, too, has rage in her eyes. Short cut hair and anything but a feminine appearance. They do not speak to one another, out of fear of the other, but they know they are voting the same way, and that is a sort of kindred spirit.

He receives his ballot, and casts his four votes. A local race, a state race, a Congressional race, and the President. "President Trump," - It has a nice ring to it. He checks and double checks his ballot to make sure he selected the correct persons. Once satisfied, he prints his ballot and checks it again before entering it into the counting machine. Many others in the room do the same.

She reaches her machine but cannot understand it. The rage has blinded her already feeble mind. She just cannot believe there are so many here voting for that White Devil. Didn't they watch the TV? He has no chance. The former First Lady is leading by 8 points in all the polls. A poll worker patiently helps her press the screen for her candidates.

Outside the polling area, the #MakeAmericaGreatAgain crowd gathers and converses more. Some know each other, some do not. It matters not. Nor do their other differences matter. Today, they are Americans. Today, they did their patriotic duty. Today, they lent their voice to the effort of restoring their country. Their emotions are happiness, pride for the country, and hope.

Inside, a commotion. "Somehow" her ballot printed off a candidate who was not her choice for President. In fact, she had selected the candidate, but was simply not intelligent enough to realize it. In three pages of Presidential candidates, she had selected one on each page. The ballot machine went with her final selection, from a minor 3rd party. When she printed it, she finally reviewed for accuracy. It was too late. "But I wanted to vote for Hillary!" She whined as the poll workers tried their best to help her. To add insult to injury, the short haired lady she had spotted earlier spoke of voting for Jill Stein as she could not endorse a candidate who helped cover her husband's rapes.

This is a microcosm of the election.
Don't believe the media and the rigged polls.
A #TrumpSlide is coming.
And liberals and #cuckservatives had best take heed.