This is unbelievable.


What surprises.

Who got the money ?


The Cold Editor:  For our Oregon readers, where is Antarctica, LL ?

Brrrrr Cat:  It’s the South Pole.  This will help.  There are two North and South Poles.  Each has a  magnetic pole and the other is the geographic pole.

The Army’s involvement was called ” Little America “.

Unlike the Arctic North Pole, the South Pole sits on land.

Maybe the Antarctic and Arctic have secrets.

This is the funniest thing since Joe’s Supreme nominee couldn’t define woman.  Nancy can’t even take Communion in her church.  Her bishop said she was going to Hell.  Let’s see if any Republican Senators vote for the BITC*.


Have you forgotten the 2 impeachments and the Mueller investigation?  The entire upper management in the FBI are criminals.


Keisha Lance Bottoms didn’t run for reelection as Atlanta’s mayor.  She helped turn it into a woke rat hole, and left for Joe.

Keisha must have sneaked into DC, this is the first I have heard of her in the Money Plantation.  Maybe she is a Presidential hopeful.  Her leadership as mayor left an eight year old girl dead after Wendy’s was burned down and takeover by terrorist.


Public employees should not be allowed to join unions.

Don’t expect more from the MSM.

Sometimes you are lucky.

I hope the R’s remember these political acts.

I think the thieves knew the driver had the cash.

Have some fun.

Is MSM preparing to get rid of Joe ?

Biden’s Speech Writer

The Way It Is…..



Astronomy Picture of the Day

North America and the Pelican
Image Credit & Copyright: Frank Sackenheim

Explanation: Fans of our fair planet might recognize the outlines of these cosmic clouds. On the left, bright emission outlined by dark, obscuring dust lanes seems to trace a continental shape, lending the popular name North America Nebula to the emission region cataloged as NGC 7000. To the right, just off the North America Nebula’s east coast, is IC 5070, whose avian profile suggests the Pelican Nebula. The two bright nebulae are about 1,500 light-years away, part of the same large and complex star forming region, almost as nearby as the better-known Orion Nebula. At that distance, the 3 degree wide field of view would span 80 light-years. This careful cosmic portrait uses narrowband images combined to highlight the bright ionization fronts and the characteristic glow from atomic hydrogen, and oxygen gas. These nebulae can be seen with binoculars from a dark location. Look northeast of bright star Deneb in Cygnus the Swan, soaring high in the northern summer night sky.

Tomorrow’s picture: pixels in space