Archive | September 7, 2021



Joe has a hostage situation.  Vote Democratic for more SNAFU’s


Children and COVID.


The Democrats speak out.

The Virginia Tech students speak out.

Biden is good for gun sales, but the Afghans get bigger guns free.


Joe asked Ghani to present a good perception for the world—make things look good.  Like the New York Times.


Gaetz gets some satisfaction.

The fall of Kabul is the fault of the video.  It’s the same one Obama, Susan Rice, and Hillgal used when the terrorist killed Americans in Benghazi.  The dems keep it in an old VCR that says BREAK GLASS IN EMERGENCY.


The Military Editor:  What did you see, LL ?

# 5 Cat:  I saw where Chanel is buying up more Jasmine growing land to protect their brand.

I also saw where the Generals in our armed forces are as WOKE as Marty Feldman.

I saw Generals with enough fruit salad to feed one of Obama’s birthday parties.

The ribbons look colorful, it’s kind of like a participation trophy.

Maybe we need more Generals who aren’t WOKE.  Generals who aren’t butt-buddies with the Democratic Party.  Generals who will resign rather than see Biden FUK up American Foreign Policy for 50 years–if America can last that long.

This is Biden and the Pentagon’s keep America safe policy.  They are teaching WOKE,  the Chinese are teaching TAKE.

This is a Biden-WOKE-loser representing the dems.  Ask him if the second link is true ?

Time is going by for America.  Ingrid looks like our MST when she was younger.


Astronomy Picture of the Day

NGC 520: Colliding Galaxies from Hubble
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble; Processing & Copyright: William Ostling (The Astronomy Enthusiast)

Explanation: Is this one galaxy or two? The jumble of stars, gas, and dust that is NGC 520 is now thought to incorporate the remains of two separate disk galaxies. A defining component of NGC 520 — as seen in great detail in the featured image from the Hubble Space Telescope — is its band of intricately interlaced dust running vertically down the spine of the colliding galaxies. A similar looking collision might be expected in a few billion years when our disk Milky Way Galaxy to collides with our large-disk galactic neighbor Andromeda (M31). The collision that defines NGC 520 started about 300 million years ago. Also known as Arp 157, NGC 520 lies about 100 million light years distant, spans about 100 thousand light years, and can be seen with a small telescope toward the constellation of the Fish (Pisces). Although the speeds of stars in NGC 520 are fast, the distances are so vast that the battling pair will surely not change its shape noticeably during our lifetimes.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space