This is a great example of media-creations made possible by a media without honor, that doesn’t criticize stupid Democrats.

Work on those improvements.


The Church will continue.


The Refreshed Editor:  Can you answer some loyal reader questions for 2023, LL ?

The Days Are Getting Longer Cat:  I sure can.  Let’s start with a fresh New Year.

TRE:  Loyal reader Dr. Jill wants to know if you are a Republican.

I’m an Independent.  I will support The Constitution 100 percent of the time or who ever follows it the most.

TRE:  Mohammad wants to know if you really hope some people die.

I sure do, it’s part of living.  I always include a ” natural death or karma “.  If someone is destroying America they deserve to die.  We have fought numerous wars, and lost a million lives protecting America.  It is stupid to ignore Americans trying to destroy America.

I once believed the elected politicians—-that time is over.  I have learned wisdom.

Joey can’t walk the Rice Paper.

DeSantis can do the walk and talk.

During 2023 Joey, the Democrats, and media will do nothing to benefit America without a court order.  If the Republican HOR can’t stand up to the iffy Republican Senators, America is doomed.  You weren’t elected to cooperate with America’s destruction.  This is just a small sample.


This is what the Democratic liars need, a big helping of it.

Favorite Movie Quotes

“Wait a minute, wait a minute. You ain’t heard nothin’ yet!” The Jazz Singer, 1927

“No wire hangers, ever!” Mommie Dearest, 1981

“Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?” Little Caesar, 1930

“Forget it, Jake, it’s Chinatown.” Chinatown, 1974

“I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.” A Streetcar Named Desire, 1951


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Perihelion Sun 2023
Image Credit & Copyright: Peter Ward (Barden Ridge Observatory)

Explanation: Perihelion for 2023, Earth’s closest approach to the Sun, was on January 4 at 16:17 UTC. That was less than 24 hours after this sharp image of the Sun’s disk was recorded with telescope and H-alpha filter from Sidney, Australia, planet Earth. An H-alpha filter transmits a characteristic red light from hydrogen atoms. In views of the Sun it emphasizes the Sun’s chromosphere, a region just above the solar photosphere or normally visible solar surface. In this H-alpha image of the increasingly active Sun planet-sized sunspot regions are dominated by bright splotches called plages. Dark filaments of plasma snaking across the solar disk transition to bright prominences when seen above the solar limb.

Tomorrow’s picture: cosmic crustacean