Archive | June 25, 2019

Attending Church in Chicago


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When I heard Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson
were guest preachers at a nearby church,
We decided to go there and check them out in person.
As soon as we sat down,
Reverend Sharpton came over to us.
I don’t know why, maybe it was because
we were the only white people in the church.
He laid his hands on my hand and said:
“By the will of Jesus the Lord Almighty,
and the will of God, you will walk today.”
I told him I was not paralyzed.
Then Jesse Jackson came by and said to Lorilee:
“By the Grace of God, and his Son Jesus,
the Lord Almighty, you will walk today.”
 Lorilee said that there is nothing wrong with me.
After the sermon I stepped outside and lo and behold…

Our Car Was Gone!



From: Hank Ashmore

The Deplorable Infidel




In 1972 Joe Biden ran successfully for one of Delaware’s seats in the U.S. Senate, beating Republican J. Caleb Boggs. Prior to his swearing in, Biden’s then-wife Neilia Hunter and the couple’s three children were involved in an automobile accident. Neilia and daughter Naomi died from the injuries they sustained, while Biden’s two sons, Beau and Hunter, eventually made full recoveries.

For many years thereafter, Biden would repeatedly claim that his wife and daughter were killed by a “drunk driver.” For example, in mid-September 2001 he told an audience at the University of Delaware: “It was an errant driver who stopped to drink instead of drive and hit a tractor-trailer, hit my children and my wife and killed them.” Similarly, in 2007 speech at the University of Iowa, he said: “Let me tell you a little story. I got elected when I was 29, and I got elected November the 7th. And on Dec. 18 of that year, my wife and three kids were Christmas shopping for a Christmas tree. A tractor-trailer, a guy who allegedly – and I never pursued it – drank his lunch instead of eating, broadsided my family and killed my wife instantly, and killed my daughter instantly, and hospitalized my two sons, with what were thought to be at the time permanent fundamental injuries.”

But Biden’s claims were false. Curtis C. Dunn, the man driving the truck that broadsided Mrs. Biden’s vehicle, was never charged with drunken driving. In fact, some investigators thought at the time that the accident had occurred because Biden’s wife pulled into the intersection not having noticed Dunn’s approaching truck. “The rumor about alcohol being involved by either party, especially the truck driver, is incorrect,” said Delaware Superior Court Judge Jerome  O. Herlihy, the chief deputy attorney general who worked with crash investigators in 1972. Each time Biden uttered his false account of the event, Dunn’s family suffered great anguish.

Shortly after he was first elected to the Senate, Biden voted against funding to help the South Vietnamese government stave off North Vietnamese Communist invaders. This vote, which was in line with the votes of most in Congress’ new Democrat majority, paved the way for the ultimate fall of Saigon and the subsequent mass slaughter of Indochinese peasants. In 1979 Senator Biden shared President Jimmy Carter’s belief that the fall of the Shah in Iran and the advent of Ayatollah Khomeini’s rule represented progress for human rights in that country. Throughout the ensuing 444-day hostage crisis, during which Khomeini’s extremist acolytes routinely paraded American captives in front of television cameras and threatened them with execution, Biden opposed strong action against the mullahs and called for dialogue.

Throughout the 1980s, Biden opposed President Ronald Reagan’s proactive means of dealing with the Soviet Union. Biden instead favored détente – which, in practice, meant Western subsidies that would have enabled the moribund USSR to remain solvent much longer than it ultimately did. He also opposed Reagan’s effort to fund the Contras, an anti-Communist rebel group in Nicaragua.

The Deplorable Infidel ( source:





Minorities are like an endangered species, they are federally protected.



“Students now arrive at the university ignorant and cynical about our political heritage, lacking the wherewithal to be either inspired by it or seriously critical of it.”

Allan Bloom





The Editor:  What are some new ideas, LL ?

Bat Girl Cat:  The Tampa Rays are talking about splitting their season between Tampa  and Montreal, Canada.  This has all kinds of problems, but talk is cheap  ( ask the Democockroaches ).

The Olympics are returning to Italy.  They will be split between two ( 2 ) cities.

Here is another idea whose time has come, a place without time.  It is much like the U.S. House of Representatives, there is no difference between 2017 and 2019.

Here are two ( 2 ) verdicts whose time has come.

Time has come for this gas can.  Amigo got his at TSC for $34.23 including tax.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

25 Brightest Stars in the Night Sky
Image Credit & Copyright: Tragoolchitr Jittasaiyapan

Explanation: Do you know the names of some of the brightest stars? It’s likely that you do, even though some bright stars have names so old they date back to near the beginning of written language. Many world cultures have their own names for the brightest stars, and it is culturally and historically important to remember them. In the interest of clear global communication, however, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) has begun to designate standardized star names. Featured above in true color are the 25 brightest stars in the night sky, currently as seen by humans, coupled with their IAU-recognized names. Some star names have interesting meanings, including Sirius (“the scorcher” in Latin), Vega (“falling” in Arabic), and Antares (“rival to Mars” in Greek). It’s also likely that other of these bright star names are not familiar to you, even though familiar Polaris is too dim to make this list.

Tomorrow’s picture: night clouds