Monday, July 6, 2015

Bill Whittle: Pin the Tale on the Donkey: Democrats' Horrible Racist Past

Two-Fisted Tales #35

Art by Jack Davis.

I may have posted this some time in the past. Don't remember, it just seemed like a good time to put it up again, and here's a thought. Do you have any idea just how much of our cultural heritage might go down the memory hole to please these activists with a hard on for Lee's battle flag? I can't even count the art, movies, comics, television, books that feature characters and images from the Civil War. Companies are pulling Civil War video games because they have images of the Stars and Bars. This is just stupid. Enough.

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Yup.

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Happy Independence Day!

Now you can sit around and discuss Obamacare as Dear Leader has requested, or you can contemplate the bit by bit destruction of those freedoms by the Executive and Judicial branches. Better yet, just go out with the family and enjoy the day. That's what I'm going to do.

Friday, July 3, 2015

Sometimes the lies are so far off the mark...

...that your allies in the media are forced to school you on them. Case in point...
Gun-Grabbing Senator Chris Murphy Gets Hammered For Lying About Guns

Odd, that?

After reading the unfortunate bigoted opinion on Judge Thomas, I was informed that George Takei (Mr. Zulu) is a Liberal Democrat and I was surprised. I mean, yes, the guy was not a Republican and certainly is a Liberal, but I cannot fathom the idea that he would actually vote for the party that sent him to a concentration camp.
Sulu was my favorite character in the original Star Trek series, but I knew very little about the actor himself. Apparently he's gone full bore moon bat.

It's what they do....

...lie, lie, lie.
Bloomberg's Everytown Falsely Claims Credit Belonging to Gun Industry For Improvement in Background Check System

Two home invaders in Las Vegas ply their trade...

...and get shot.
Gun-Toting Home Invaders Bust Down Doors, Go for Mom’s Purse. But Her Son Is Much Better Armed.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

...and then there were two.

I have another granddaughter born yesterday at 10:38p. Pics to follow. Going to bed now.

[UPDATE]

Grrl Power

Reason for posting is first panel, but this is a fun comic. It's now on the sidebar.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

In that Lucky Gunner v. Brady lawsuit...

...there was a question as to who would actually have to pay that $111,000 in legal fees: the Brady Bunch or their patsies.
A federal judge has ordered that the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence pay the legal fees of an online ammunition dealer it sued for the Aurora movie theater shooting.
This is called justice.

We all know where this is going.

Russia is going to review whether or not it was legal for the Soviet Union to recognize the Baltic states as independent nearly 25 years ago, according to a report by Interfax.
...And then they can review whether Stalin's occupation of the Baltic States in 1939 and installation of pro-Soviet governments was legal... right? Didn't think so.

Now that's embarrassing.

Antarctic sea ice has grown to a record large extent for a second straight year, baffling scientists seeking to understand why this ice is expanding rather than shrinking in a warming world.
Maybe 'cuz the science isn't settled and it's not as clear cut as they want people to believe 'cuz their science is politics by a different name. No prob. They'll find some way to explain it that supports their agenda, excuse me, science.

H/T to Wheelgun.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

It's what they do.

Lie.

And now Bloomberg has created a collection point.. Propaganda presenting itself as journalism. Kinda like astroturf pretending to be grass roots.

Recently Read

David Weber's Sword of the South is the latest in the Bahzell series. I've not had the same level of interest in these books as I have his other series. It seemed a bit slow until the last third. Still, good and worth reading, but maybe not at the top of your stack.

Resistance: A Dave Hooper Novel by John Birmingham. Birmingham is a good writer and I've heard some compare it favorably to Larry Correia's Monster Hunter books. Larry's better, but these'll do until his next. Actually I wish Birmingham would get back to his Axis of Time universe. Oh, well.

1636: The Cardinal Virtues by Eric Flint and Walter H. Hunt is everything I expect from this series. Want more.