Donald Trump — A True Vulcan

“In an insane world, it is the sane man who must appear insane.”

— Commander Spock,  USS Enterprise NCC-1701

“Is It Time to Call Trump Mentally Ill?” 

— New York Times Feb. 17, 2017

Trump cheats.

Doesn’t he realize when the Liberal’s bootlicks in the media spin their breathless and hysterical tales of gross incompetence, failure, betrayal and sedition – doesn’t matter if the reporting is an 18-wheeler load of horse bucky — that all good Conservatives are supposed to curl up in a fetal position underneath their beds and melt away into obscurity?

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Democracy vs. Liberty

With the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the talking hairdos and empty suits in the main stream media’s punditry class broke into a sweat with a collective case of the vapors. Sizing up Trump as the Prince of Perdition, their reporting better resembled a Nostradamus vision of the Apocalypse than coverage of the Constitutional transfer of power.

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emails From Our Readers

Was cleaning out the email bag and thought I would share some of the more evocative emails we received this year from our blog readers.


Dear Mr. Lordi,

I enjoy reading your blog and particularly like your post, “What Would Jesus Tweet.”  Continue reading

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The 2016 Quo Vadis? Satan’s Stool Sample Award Goes to . . .

It’s here.

You waited all year, the excitement building, the anticipation nearing fever pitch, the speculation non-stop.  Who is the winner of this year’s The Quo Vadis? Satan’s Stool Sample Award, a recognition of a person so obnoxious, so vile, so contemptible, that nothing they deserve more is a steaming pile of black excrement from the darkest of Dark Angles?

There is no one who better exemplified these character failures in 2016 better than Hillary Rodham Clinton.

But Hill didn’t win this year’s Satan’s Stool Sample Award for the reasons you may think.

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Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, Lincoln, Carlos Danger and Senator Scumbag

A quarter-century from now, on the first Monday in March, school children will have the day off.  Mail will not be delivered.  Banks will be closed. Washington, D.C. will be a ghost town.

The first Monday in March will be the day the nation will pause to commemorate the titanic deeds, the valor, the gallantry of great Americans that, in the time of national peril, made the difference to protect the nation from being delivered into tyrannical hands.  Called “Liberators’ Day,” the holiday will remind all Americans, of the contribution all these icons of liberty made to preserving the blessings of liberty to all Americans, documented and not.

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Bob Dylan at 75: Like a Rolling Gall Stone

Once upon a time, you dress so fine.

You wrote the songs that rhyme in your prime.

Didn’t you?

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Putin’s Strategy: Elementary My Dear Watson

Doctor Watson picked at the last bit of fish and chips stuck in his incisors. He straightened his afternoon edition of The Sun and sighed.

“Manchester United lost again to Barcelona.  Damn that Lissi.”

Professor Sherlock Holmes remained silent, never looking up from the microscope through which he studied the drop of blood.

Watson said idly, “I say, these WikiLeaks emails from those Yank reprobates on the Hillary Clinton campaign are rather unseemly.”

“Tell me, Watson,” said Holmes. “Who’s missing from those emails?”

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