Monthly Archives: March 2018

It’s That Day

The most mysterious day in the Christian lexicon is Super Saturday, between Good Friday (Jesus is tortured to death, good for movies directed by Mel Gibson showing same) and Easter Sunday.

Quite simply, it is obvious that Jesus does SOMETHING between his burial and his grand re-entrance. It is a mystery, but a mystery with an obvious answer: Continue reading

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The Green Room


Ralph Peters / Washington Post

Why I left Fox News … You could measure the decline of Fox News by the drop in the quality of guests waiting in the green room.  A year and a half ago, you might have heard George Will discussing policy with a senator while a former Cabinet member listened in …

Decline from zero seems a strange concept, but there you go.


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Brownshirt Projection

Brownshirt Projection


David Hogg would’ve made a good brownshirt
Cheryl K. Chumley / Washington Times

—  ANALYSIS/OPINION:  —  David Hogg, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high-schooler who seems to have set himself up as Laura Ingraham’s arch nemesis, has been making national television rounds of late, pretty much calling for adults to step aside …

When does aiding and abetting, lying about and justifying intentional cruelty and actual malice stain one’s soul so deeply that one becomes an actual participant in that cruelty and malice?

At this juncture, every Republican in America needs to answer that question for themselves. For a boastful and arrogant party of “Christian” and “family” and “patriotic”  values, the necessity of answering this question to their own, personal satisfaction becomes immanent and pressing.* Continue reading

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Thought for the Day #4,685

In a stunning reversal of policy, Mr. Ed is repudiated!

People yakety yack a streak and waste your time of day,
But Mr. Ed will never speak, unless he has something to say …

I’m going to try and post something every day (just like the majority of blogs) with a deep dive or two a week. This is in keeping with the rapidly dying blogospere’s ancient protocols.

Oh and …


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Thanks to Crooks and Liars

soviet plot

from July 25, 2016

QUOTE: We congratulate His Vorpal Sword on his Russian Reporting; Hart was/is way ahead of many of us bloggers and journalists.

Much appreciation for the recognition. The tawdry tale continues.




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The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight

Naturally, the story about the Stormy Daniels interview that’s dominating the blogosphere right now is about …  how good 60 Minutes’ RATINGS were. Nothing could better describe the seriousness of our national media (remember, small bloggers no longer chart, the blogosphere having been taken over by major media blogs, just as they’re starting their takeover of the podcast universe):

Stormy Daniels Attracts 22 Million Viewers to ‘60 Minutes’
John Koblin / New York Times

—  Stormy Daniels is a ratings blockbuster.  —  CBS’s “60 Minutes” interview on Sunday night featuring the pornographic film actress, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, garnered the highest ratings for the program in almost a decade….

Uh, yeah.

Several of those “viewers” were  on display on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” this morning. Continue reading

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Final Vindication of my Russia Reporting

Exactly 607 days later, my July 23, 2016 report on the Russian hacking of our national election has been independently verified in all details.

Generalized Rational Acquisition and Barter™

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Lone DNC Hacker’ Guccifer 2.0 Slipped Up and Revealed He Was a Russian Intelligence Officer
The Daily Beast 03.22.18 7:00 PM ET

Guccifer 2.0, the “lone hacker” who took credit for providing WikiLeaks with stolen emails from the Democratic National Committee, was in fact an officer of Russia’s military intelligence directorate (GRU), The Daily Beast has learned. It’s an attribution that resulted from a fleeting but critical slip-up in GRU tradecraft.…

Here is the annotated version of the original post:

Disinformation and Its Guzzlers

JULY 23, 2016 · 3:39 PM  PDT

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