What is the difference between the Government chaining me to a soup kitchen where I ladle out soup and bread to poor people for four hours a day as a slave, or just me working in my office all day… Read More ›
Posts about government’s negative manipulation and impact on the American citizen.
This is entertaining stuff. The full list can be found here. The level of social dysfunction, entitlement and pathological theism to the gods of diversity and multiculturalism is absolutely outstanding. We demand that the video created for Day of Absence… Read More ›
Her Majesty Sandy Greyson, Dallas City Council Member, outraged she could not seize land from lowly plebeian citizen. Off with their heads!
A friend of mine sent me this incredible video of Dallas city council member Sandy Greyson during a council meeting expressing her anger over a citizen, Monty Bennett, who dared to use his own wealth to stop the city of Dallas… Read More ›
The video is at the bottom of this post. If you think you can stomach it, go ahead and watch. Brace yourself. If you want to watch an entitled student body crush a white man into submission or maybe a… Read More ›
With yet another terrorist attack notched on the belt of Liberals forever allowing incompatible cultures into their society and wondering why they keep killing people, we can add yet another absolutely ridiculous response to such crisis; Operation Temperer. Great name…. Read More ›
Democrats: The policies and politicians you support are destroying small businesses in America. How do you FEEL about that?
Democrats go on at length about companies and people (except movie stars, pro sport players and socially popular liberal supporters) not paying their fair share. What I doubt they know is that according to the last census, there were 27.9… Read More ›
Head high, protest line “Freedom” scribbled on your sign Headline, New York Times Standing on the edge of a revolution Hey, hey, just obey Your secret’s safe with the NSA In God we trust or the CIA? Standing on… Read More ›
Well, they would, if they had the same access to offer healthcare insurance as they do for groceries, since they are now engaged in a grocery price war… “The result in recent months has been a high-stakes race to the… Read More ›
This is how the sausage is made. Government is not here to help you, it’s here to help itself. The sooner we fully appreciate this, the sooner we can get rid of it. “Intuit spent more than $2 million lobbying… Read More ›
It took exactly 66 days for Trump’s presidency to become a complete failure. Impressive, but not unpredictable. What is most interesting to me, is the 62,984,825 people in America that just found out that they live in a country where… Read More ›
Once again, a group of people (and when I say “people” I mean Democrats) are expressing their frustration at the remote possibility of pollution (or whatever is triggering their fragile egos that day) by, amazingly, bringing their own pollution, including… Read More ›
Let’s start off with – I hate unions. More precisely, I hate public sector unions, because at least when the parasite of private sector unions gets out of control, they implode the host and everyone dies together. In the public… Read More ›
Ariana Grande, “I am not a piece of meat.” But yes, you are – and you’ve made a lot of money from it.
In a recent article, Ariana Grande complained about being objectified. The audacity of her complaint left me mystified. I don’t know whether this is a case of youthful ignorance or an IQ that is simply insufficient to grasp the objective… Read More ›
January 2, 2017Victoria, Chile Last week during a long overdue vacation, a close friend of mine recommended reading the autobiography of Rich DeVos called Simply Rich. DeVos is a billionaire entrepreneur who started countless ventures during his nine decades on… Read More ›
As many articles have already accomplished, let me add my voice to the chorus of asking all those celebrities to follow through on their promise to leave the country, and the earth in some cases, if Trump won. I recall,… Read More ›