This should piss you off….

I agree with the contributor of this video…he says, “This should piss off every American, but it won’t and it is probably happening in many other states.”
-Sheila Tolley-



Joe is a great Statesman.  He is a creepy influence peddler.  MSM is turning against him.  Don’t believe anything they say.  They are trying to save the midterms.

This could be any visitors from a sanctuary state.

This is a stupid rule.  It looks like the democratic voting plans.  Play 15 minutes in overtime.  I want justice and equity.

Their viewers are getting fewer and fewer.

Hochul is as crooked as Cuomo.


Fortunes are made by dealing with Communist slave holders.

This is funny.


This is the correct pronunciation of the country once called Turkey.

If you are under 30, you will find this hard to believe.  The dems want concentration camps.


The Lottery Editor:  Did you win the lottery, LL ?

Poor As A Church Mouse Cat:  No, but guess who increased their fortunes?  What a surprise.

A lost fortune and Black Diamond.

This artist’s work is worth a fortune.

This artist must be woke.  The photos are repulsive.

This artist needs to partner with Hunter.

This is absolutely true.  The second link shows a displeased horse.

What does 5G interfere with ?

Life should be simple.





Russian Humor from the Great Communicator

Will the real Socialist Ruler please stand up?


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Stars, Dust, and Gas Near Antares
Image Credit & Copyright: Mario Cogo (Galax Lux)

Explanation: Why is the sky near Antares and Rho Ophiuchi so dusty yet colorful? The colors result from a mixture of objects and processes. Fine dust — illuminated from the front by starlight — produces blue reflection nebulae. Gaseous clouds whose atoms are excited by ultraviolet starlight produce reddish emission nebulae. Backlit dust clouds block starlight and so appear dark. Antares, a red supergiant and one of the brighter stars in the night sky, lights up the yellow-red clouds on the lower right of the featured image. The Rho Ophiuchi star system lies at the center of the blue reflection nebula on the top left. The distant globular cluster of stars M4 is visible above and to the right of Antares. These star clouds are even more colorful than humans can see, emitting light across the electromagnetic spectrum.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space