Archive | May 9, 2021



When America crashes the entire world’s economy will also crash.  The MSM won’t have anywhere to hide for more than a few months.


Here is who is going to build Joe, Nancy, and Schumer’s infrastructure.

Joe worships racism.

Melinda receives her vaccine.


Lubbock is trying to make more mothers.

Some people are ” birthing people “, not mothers.


This is good news.



The I Know Many Mothers Editor:  Are you glad it’s Mother’s  Day, LL ?

I Want A Card Cat:  I sure am, if there is one group that deserves some recognition it is mothers.  Here is how the official day began.

If the husbands of our mothers want to have a happy Mother’s day just read the following helpful article.  If this doesn’t help in communications it is like Cool Hand Luke–failure to communicate.

In only free states are you mask-free.

Just remember, Hillgal, Maxine, Pocahontas, and Pigleosi are all moms—-maybe, if you count swamp sows.  I like this article because it went several paragraphs before saying the mom was a Trump supporter.


Keisha isn’t running for reelection.  Maybe swamp-sow Abrams will take her place.  The cop she called a murderer has been reinstated.

Another Atlanta official who called officer Rolfe a murderer has his own indictment to worry about.  The whole place is a sewer.  Biden’s DOJ won’t do anything.


TIKMME:  Is there a Mother’s Day song, IWACC ?

I hope Mother’s Day isn’t racist.


Good Stuff

I have learned over the years that when one’s mind is made up, this diminishes fear. –Rosa Parks

It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. –Confucius

Remember that not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck. –Dalai Lama

You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have. –Maya Angelou


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Horsehead and Orion Nebulas
Image Credit & Copyright: Roberto Colombari & Federico Pelliccia

Explanation: The dark Horsehead Nebula and the glowing Orion Nebula are contrasting cosmic vistas. Adrift 1,500 light-years away in one of the night sky’s most recognizable constellations, they appear in opposite corners of the above stunning mosaic. The familiar Horsehead nebula appears as a dark cloud, a small silhouette notched against the long red glow at the lower left. Alnitak is the easternmost star in Orion’s belt and is seen as the brightest star to the left of the Horsehead. Below Alnitak is the Flame Nebula, with clouds of bright emission and dramatic dark dust lanes. The magnificent emission region, the Orion Nebula (aka M42), lies at the upper right. Immediately to its left is a prominent reflection nebula sometimes called the Running Man. Pervasive tendrils of glowing hydrogen gas are easily traced throughout the region.

Tomorrow’s picture: star clusters near and far