Archive | May 30, 2021




Lisa Murkowski (AK), Mitt Romney (UT), Bill Cassidy (LA), Ben Sasse (NE), and Rob Portman (OH) also voted to end the filibuster and move ahead with the commission.


This book is a must read.  We know what it says, but it gives specifics.


All conservatives will get with the dems in power is feces and violence.  If China stopped exporting to America we would close shop from lack of everything from medicine to computer chips.

There is no surprise here.


Joe will straighten out Putin at the Summit in Land of the Switzers.

Bond, James Bond will stick with his Walther PPK.


The Automatic Editor:  What’s going on with guns, LL ?

They Hurt My Ears Cat:  Texas is bringing back the Texas Rangers.

This law suit might be important.

This case looks important.

I hope DeSantis, Paul, and Cruz take extra security measures.

St. Louisans live in just another sanctuary-city that supports violence.  The Circuit Attorney tried to prosecute a man and wife defending their home from BLM/Antifa killers.

Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner is a loser-criminal.

In New York, the D.A. would release them after an hour or so.

Always get safety training, and inspect questionable ammo.


Rarely Seen & Unusual Moments Of US History

wooden prison wyoming 1893
Wood-plank prison in Wyoming, 1893.
Alice Huyler Ramsey (November 11, 1886 – September 10, 1983), the first woman to drive across the United States from coast to coast, 1909. Only 152 miles out of the total 3600-mile trip were made on paved road.
Lawn mowers of the White House grounds, 1918.
1920s motorcycle chariot
Motorcycle chariot races, 1920s
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Log motor home by Wade, 1922.
Log motor home by Wade, interior.
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Workers lay bricks to pave 28th Street in Manhattan, 1930.
Drive-In restaurant on West                                       Sunset Boulevarde, Los                                       Angelesben,1932
Drive-In restaurant on West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles,1932.
Soviet Premier Nikita                                       Khrushchev eating a hot dog in Des                                       Moines, Iowa
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev eating a hot dog in Des Moines, Iowa, on which he commented “It’s excellent.  We make good sausages but yours are better,” 1959.
Minoru Yamasaki (right) posing with a model of the World Trade Center he designed, 1964.
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Portrait of hockey goalie Terry Sawchuk before face masks became standard in 1966.
New York City sidewalks                                       filled with trash during the 1968                                       strike
New York City sidewalks filled with trash during the 1968 strike of sanitation workers.
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Statue of Liberty as seen from Jersey City, 1963.
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President Carter with engineers and solar panels newly installed on the White House, 1979. President Reagan had them removed in 1986, to be reinstalled by President Obama in 2010.
Robin Williams joins the stunning women of the Denver Broncos’ Pony Express as pro football’s first male cheerleader and prances before 70,000 cheering fans in Denver’s Mile High Stadium.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Aurora over Clouds
Image Credit & Copyright: Daniele Boffelli

Explanation: Auroras usually occur high above the clouds. The auroral glow is created when fast-moving particles ejected from the Sun impact the Earth’s magnetosphere, from which charged particles spiral along the Earth’s magnetic field to strike atoms and molecules high in the Earth’s atmosphere. An oxygen atom, for example, will glow in the green light commonly emitted by an aurora after being energized by such a collision. The lowest part of an aurora will typically occur about 100 kilometers up, while most clouds exist only below about 10 kilometers. The relative heights of clouds and auroras are shown clearly in the featured picture in 2015 from Dyrholaey, Iceland. There, a determined astrophotographer withstood high winds and initially overcast skies in an attempt to capture aurora over a picturesque lighthouse, only to take, by chance, the featured picture including elongated lenticular clouds, along the way.

Tomorrow’s picture: that’s a moon