Smack yourself in the head with a paddle three times if you haven't been to 'Victor Davis Hanson's Private Papers' yet. He's on a roll as of late. It's accesible from my links on the right. What are you waiting for?

The Ghosts Of Lambert Field

Anyone recall when 'Just Like You' John referred to Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers, as 'Lambert Field?' NRO's Jonah Goldberg has the Skerry campaign's lame-ass response:

"After Kerry dropped that "Lambert Field" comment, this was their damage control: '...David Wade, a Kerry spokesman, said Packers fans will see the failed "playbook" of the Republicans. "Any Packers fan knows . . . Bush has fumbled on Iraq, did a double reverse on the assault weapons ban and dropped the ball on health care."

Is it inappropriate for me to say that, although I lack a vagina, I feel as if I've just been forcibly douched?

It's ok, sheeple. Keep believing that Senator Ketchup is a man of the people. After all, most middle-class Bostonians were educated at the prestigious 'Institut Montana Zug' in Switzerland and know that as long as 'Manny Ortez' keeps hitting like a man possessed, the Sawx still have a shot.

Behold, The Peanut Farmer: Vol. 2

Joel Mowbray writes in FrontPage Magazine:

In a stomach-turning first-person essay on his trip to Cuba in May 2002 that reads like a “My summer vacation with a bloodthirsty tyrant,” Jimmy Carter writes, “President Castro and I had a friendly chat about growing peanuts” on the way to the hotel, and then later “[t]hat evening President Castro and I had a general discussion of issues and then enjoyed an ornate banquet.”

Did you know that in Cuba, to isolate the spread of AIDS, those who test HIV-Positive are often interned in concentration camps? I wonder what dinner is like in those facilities? Ornate peanut banquets, perhaps?

If there is a shred of justice left, Jimmy and Fidel will be spending their afterlife in a place where they can roast with their beloved peanuts for all eternity.


The Monopoly Of Duopoly

"A conservative sees a man drowning 50 feet from shore, throws him a 25 foot long rope, and tells him to swim to it. A liberal throws him a rope 50 feet long, then drops his end and goes off to perform another good deed." - Anonymous

I frequently grill the Kerry campaign, and rightfully so. It's a carnival on wheels. The Democrats are obviously setting him up to fail and are willing to concede the election to Bush to save the runway for their glamour girl, Hillary, in '08. I wouldn't even be surprised if the DNC knowingly fed those cheese docs to CBS. However, do not mistake me as a waterboy for Comandante Boosh.

I will be voting for Michael Badnarik, the Libertarian candidate, as a protest vote against the obscene two-party monopoly and it's adopted son, Ralph Nader.

If GWB would do something, anything substantial, to corral illegal immigration into America, I would be willing to back him. However, to engage in foreign wars and reduce certain liberties under the Patriot Act, without addressing the influx of unlawful and dangerous entry into this country, is disingenuous at best.

Further, I'd like to state that I don't trust government. Any government. Government by nature, is power embodied, and nothing corrupts quite like power does. Given a choice, however, I would rather be governed by a semi-megalomaniacal American with a decent respect for the Constitution, than by a conglomerate of tin-pot despots like the United Nations (spit).

Bush does not have the requisite devotion to the Constitution. Kerry's devotion is reserved for the Globalists. I will begrudgingly root for Bush and cast my ballot for Mr. Badnarik.

My Mantra

Considering we are probably headed for yet another classic ALCS between the Bombers and Sox, it's time to break out my mantra. Whenever I'm down, I always repeat these magic words:


Ahhh. Much better.


A Fairy Tale

Once upon a time, there was a place called "The Blogosphere." And in this mystical, electronic kingdom, there was one leftist blog called Daily Kos. The king of Daily Kos was an arrogant attorney named Markos Moulitsas Zuniga. Most days, he sat alone, playing his piano, daydreaming of becoming an even bigger pianist than he already was. But alas, he quickly grew bored.

So he began to pretend he was less than a king. Sometimes, he would pretend he was the Town Crier. Other days, he would pretend he was a gallant knight, riding to the rescue of a damsel in distress. He would even play Devil's Advocate and make remarks like the following, concerning the contractors murdered in Fallujah, Iraq:

"...I feel nothing over the death of merceneries. They aren’t in Iraq because of orders, or because they are there trying to help the people make Iraq a better place. They are there to wage war for profit. Screw them."

The moral of the story: Never hire an attorney who can't spell "mercenaries" correctly, especially when he is one himself.

Plagarist, Thy Name Is Larry

Laurence Tribe, Harvard Law's constitutional scholar and the Democrat's attorney for the 2000 Recount, was discovered on Monday with his pants around his ankles, wiping egg off his face with one hand while attempting to pull the other out of a cookie jar. Newsmax.com reports:

"(Tribe) admitted in a statement Monday that his 1985 book, 'God Save This Honorable Court,' cribbed heavily from Henry Abraham's 1974 book, 'Justices and Presidents,' including an entire 19-word passage, the Associated Press reported today.

Tribe fretted, 'My well-meaning effort to write a book accessible to a lay audience through the omission of footnotes or endnotes – in contrast to the practice I have always followed in my scholarly writing – came at an unacceptable cost: my failure to attribute some of the material the Weekly Standard identified."

In other news: witnesses claim to have seen Tribe sipping mushroom tea with Dan Rather, the Mad Hatter and Stephen Hawking. The four were reportedly discussing whether the entire DNC could be shrunk down to sandwich size and hidden in Sandy Berger's memo-laden trousers until 2008.

As the Jug so wisely sayeth: "Never trust ANYONE named "Laurence."


Behold, The Peanut Farmer


"Voting arrangements in Florida do not meet 'basic international requirements' and could undermine the US election, former US President Jimmy Carter says.

He said a repeat of the irregularities of the much-disputed 2000 election - which gave President George W Bush the narrowest of wins - 'seems likely'.

Carter has monitored more than 50 elections worldwide."

If there's a hell below, the peanut man from Plains, GA. is certainly gonna go. I know, I know. He won the Nobel Peace Prize. He builds homes for poor people. He's cute and cuddly. How could I say such things about this endearing world figure? Let's look at one of those free and fair elections Mr. Carter oversaw recently, one in which a Socialist thug named Hugo Chavez miraculously won re-election to the presidency of Venezuela.

FrontPage Magazine's Steven Hayward writes:

"While exit polls conducted by the very reliable American firm of Penn, Schoen, and Berland showed Chavez losing by a large margin (59 – 41), the official results put Chavez free and clear by a vote of 58 to 41 percent.     

How could the exit polls be nearly 40 points off?  The short answer is, they weren’t.  Chavez, whose anti-democratic, pro-Castro sympathies are openly proclaimed (he tried to block the constitutionally-mandated referendum for months), stole the election.  'I think it was massive fraud,' Doug Schoen told Michael Barone at U.S. News and World Report. 'Our internal sourcing tells us that there was fraud in the [Venezuelan] central commission.'  There are widespread reports of irregularities and evidence of fraud, many of them ably recorded by Mary Anastasia O’Grady in the Wall Street Journal last week. Carter is untroubled by any of this, and declares that Chavez won 'fair and square.' ”

Venezuela was nearly swallowed whole by revolution during Chavez's tenure. The elections Mr. Carter oversaw, and had the gonads to christen as legitimate, were marred by violence as a number of opposition activists and voters were killed by gangs of Chavez supporters. But thank heaven we have the humble, peanut harvesting, homebuilding former president, to let us know 6 weeks in advance, that OUR elections will undoubtedly be a fraud.

I'm sure the youth of Iran, to whom you delivered the Ayatollahs, wish you'd come to Tehran, Herr Carter. You could help them build homes. And harvest peanuts. And oversee their elections, if such things were allowed there.



Please follow this link to Chief Wiggles' blog and read his post in regards to Tabby. Tabby is a 9 month old Iraqi girl from Abu Ghraib. She was born with a hemangioma on her face and she will die if it is not removed. Operation Give is organizing funds to bring Tabby and her father to the US so the surgery can be performed. I'm out of work and I just gave 20$. Have a heart and do the same.

Franc N' Steyn

Ouch. Mark Steyn never pulls punches when it comes to the ubiquitous John Francois:

"Just for the record, (Interim Iraqi Prime Minister) Allawi is not living in a fantasyland. He's living in Iraq, and he begins his day with a dangerous commute across Baghdad's 'Green Zone.' John Kerry's regular commute, by contrast, is from his wife's beach compound at Nantucket to his wife's 15th century English barn reconstructed as a ski lodge in Idaho. Nonetheless, he's the expert on Iraq and the guy living there 24/7 is the fantasist, and he's happy to assure us the prime minister doesn't know what he's talking about. It's all going to hell, forget about those January elections, etc."

It is a shame and a crime (and a testimony to the P.C. half-assedness of the Bush Presidency) that John Francois is only 8% behind Bush in the polls. Have we ever seen a politico, and a former serviceman at that, bad-mouth his own military as fervently and frequently as Senator Ketchup? This man has spat and defecated on the gurneys and graves of countless soldiers, back in the 70's and now again, 30 years later. The only quagmire of note is John Kerry's flimsy conscience.


Who's Your Daddy?

Yankees 6, Red Sox 4

Check out Pedro Martinez's comments tonight, courtesy ESPN.COM:

"What can I say -- just tip my hat and call the Yankees my daddy. I can't find a way to beat them at this point. They're that good. They're that hot right now -- at least against me. I wish they would disappear and not come back."

That was one hell of a Grady Little impression Terry Francona pulled tonight. Has he learned nothing? How do you not pull Pedro after 7? I never count out the Sox. They're as gritty and tough as they come, especially at Fenway. But damn if the wheels don't sound like they're startin' to come off...

No Mas!

After the Madrid bombings, those lovely Spanish closet Fascistas elected Socialist Prime Minister Jose Luis Zapatero to head their government. Here's liberal ideology at it's finest:

INTERVIEWER: You're said to hate machismo. Why?
ZAPATERO: I’m not just antimachismo, I’m a feminist. One thing that really awakens my rebellious streak is 20 centuries of one sex dominating the other. We talk of slavery, feudalism, exploitation, but the most unjust domination is that of one half of the human race over the other half. The more equality women have, the fairer, more civilized and tolerant society will be. Sexual equality is a lot more effective against terrorism than military strength.

That's fantastic, Jose. Maybe if you put on a pink dress, stick a rose between your teeth and beg the misogynistic disciples of Militant Islam to play nice, they'll do as you ask? I wonder how one proposes to combat terrorism with sexual equality when the terrorists, by interpretation of religious law, are permitted to practice polygamy, to beat their wives, to deny them education and to prevent them from stepping foot out of the home without a male member of the family present?

Congratulations, Spain. In response to the worst terror attack on your country, you picked RuPaul for Prime Minister.

The Savagery Of Militant Islam

I regret to have to encourage you to click this link. Should you choose to, you will be taken to a website containing edited footage of the murder of Eugene Armstrong (R.I.P.). For some of you, the first WTC attack wasn't enough. 9/11 wasn't enough. The Achille Lauro wasn't enough. The Sudanese Embassy bombings weren't enough. Munich wasn't enough. The U.S.S. Cole wasn't enough. Daniel Pearl wasn't enough. The countless murdered Nepalese and Turkish hostages in Iraq weren't enough. Moscow wasn't enough. Beslan wasn't enough. Bali wasn't enough. Madrid wasn't enough. The Australian embassy bombing wasn't enough. The genocide against indigenous Black African Christian and Muslim Sudanese isn't enough. You apparently need more. So click the link and watch the video. I dare you. Before you do, however, read the following information, supplied by Iranian author and journalist Amir Taheri:

"Of the 30 active conflicts in the world today, 28 concern Muslim governments and/or communities. In the past two decades at least 2.5 million people have died in the wars fought within or between Muslim states. Two-thirds of political prisoners are held in Muslim countries, which also carry out 80% of all executions in the world. Muslims also account for nearly 80% of all the world's refugees."

I didn't see "Fahrenheit 9/11", but I doubt this information was supplied in the film.

With or without Israel and/or American involvement: the bloodshed, the kidnappings, the rape, the clitorecdomies, the enslavement, the beheadings, the genocide, the racism and the violent dogmatism that IS Militant Wahhabist Islam, would continue unabated. It is the enemy of all mankind and for the survival of all that is good, we MUST be vigilant in the face of it. Our children deserve that much.


"Brainwashing 101" @ AcademicBias.com

You. Must. Watch. This.

It's a bit long, but well worth it. A great insight into the damage Political Correctness wreaks on everything it touches. I also recommend a trip to Brain Terminal, available from my links. Evan Coyne Maloney does a great job with his home movies. Watch, learn and be entertained!

I'd Rather Be Lied To:


"In the wake of the CBS "60 Minutes" controversy, a new Gallup Poll finds the news media's credibility has declined significantly among the public.

The poll, taken Sept. 13-15 while the CBS report on President Bush's National Guard service was being questioned but before the network issued an apology, found that just 44% of Americans express confidence in the media's ability to report news stories accurately and fairly.

The partisan divide goes something like this: 59% of Democrats express confidence in the media, 31% of Republicans do so and 44% of Independents feel that way."

60% of Democrats express confidence in the media? So the self-admittedly liberal media (a recent poll concluded that only 7% of people working in national news outlets considered themselves to be conservatives) gets it's strongest support from those who profess the same political views? Get out of town!

This proves Michael Savage's theory that "liberalism is a mental disease." Other recent polls have also shown that 60% of Democrats believe in the Tooth Fairy and that I have a wonderful beachfront property in Siberia to show them. The fact that 60% of ANYONE believes a quarter of the BS they hear on TV is enough to demand mandatory IQ testing for those who want to bear children.


Ladies With Tattoos On The Small Of Their Backs

Or as The Jug calls it: the Tramp Stamp.

Enough. Get over it. Why not tape a sign to your back that says: "Kiss me, I have Hepatitis!"

Really. It's gross already.


Everything is pretty much self-explanatory. I highly recommend you check the links I've posted. The Internet has enabled an unheralded exchange of thought and information. There's a lot of news and opinion you just won't get through the Alphabet Mafia and with the insanity of the modern day, who wants news with fillers and filters? Fcuk that!

heavy rotation is whatever I'm listening to now, so check it out cause since I'm listening to it, it has to be good. Did I mention that I'm a musical despot? I'm like Audio Mussolini.

I don't even know what the big thing is on the pop scene anymore. What is this Maroon 5 shit? What mongoloid gave those asswelts a record contract? Is that hop-hip thing still going? What's "fo' shneezy"? And who is Lil' Kim? Is that like, Lil' Abner?

So What's It All About?

Everything is wrong!

We can argue amongst ourselves all day about who's right, Democrat or Republican, Liberal or Conservative. Fact of the matter is that, like all things, truth lies somewhere in the middle. To give you an idea of how my political mode of thought operates, let's start with an example that's fun for the whole family: Abortion.

The Feminazi bloc continues to perpetuate the lie that government is trying to take a woman's right to CHOOSE. No one is demanding that women dress a certain way, be celibate or choose Pepsi. The real issue is: do you have a right to take your baby's life and does state or federal government have a right to prevent it.

I find abortion revolting. If I had a 4 month old and he wouldn't shut the hell up, could I legally kill him? Regardless, much to my occasional chagrin, I don't have a vagina. Hence, I don't tell women what to do with theirs. Still, recent medical evidence has shown that children in the womb exhibit detailed behavior as early as 10 weeks (ie; smiling - so much for the 'it's just a clump of cells' argument). So for the sake of both the unborn and the mother, why not compromise? And what better mode of compromise than to leave it to THE STATES to decide. The Federal Government has it's proboscis lodged in the sphincter of almost every aspect of private life. This needs to stop.

I believe that as an American, while God & Family supersede all, my INDIVIDUAL LIBERTIES & THE SOVEREIGNTY OF MY COUNTRY are of next critical importance. Now that you have an idea about where I stand, feel free to respond to this and anything else I post on in the future. Mostly you'll find current events and/or random minutiae but I want your thoughts and challenges! Please visit and discuss...


I'm Back

I tried this once, to no avail. So let's try again.

Considering the critical importance of the blogosphere in uncovering the CBS Document scandal, it behooves every person concerned with the preservation of the Republic to be as involved as possible. This is my contribution.

If Paul Revere were alive today, he'd have to trade in his horse for a G4 iMac & high-speed modem.