Sunday, September 25, 2016

Pic of the Day

Dedicated to Zhukov and his fellow Mosin-Nagant owners:

BTW: That is not an official Glorious Hat.  Just a cheap imitation.

Here is some Mosin humor.

U/T: FB Comrade John C.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Drudge is Right

A screenshot from Drudge today:

Yes, Kim Kardashian's choice in this year's election is more newsworthy than Ted Cruz's choice.

The lawyer stated today, in his usual lawyer-speak:
In Cleveland, I urged voters, “please, don’t stay home in November. Stand, and speak, and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket whom you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution.”

After many months of careful consideration, of prayer and searching my own conscience, I have decided that on Election Day, I will vote for the Republican nominee, Donald Trump.

I’ve made this decision for two reasons. First, last year, I promised to support the Republican nominee. And I intend to keep my word.

Second, even though I have had areas of significant disagreement with our nominee, by any measure Hillary Clinton is wholly unacceptable — that’s why I have always been #NeverHillary.
Did you catch yourself saying "blah blah blah" too as you read that?

Such bullshit from such a little man.

He's behind in the 2018 Texas Senate re-election polls and now has to reverse his #NeverTrump position to close the gap with Gov. Perry. He's hoping that by 2018 nobody will remember his behavior in the primaries, the behavior he allowed of his supporters, or his epic face plant at the Republican Convention.

Is there anyone left out there that thinks Cruz is a sincere and honest man?  (Of course, not including the five women in the National Enquirer article.  Or Glenn Beck.)

More at WZ.

UPDATED 9.24 2pm:

Breitbart has a collection of #NeverTrumper tweets on the subject of Cruz's endorsement of Trump.  All are fun, and here are two worthy commenting on:

Dana Loesch is a despicable human. Who can forget the "flat-chested" rudeness?

She is the James Carville of the right.  The difference is, Carville represents the majority of Democrats.  Loesch represents a few petulant Cruzbots and is probably followed by a few lonely old men.

She takes a cheap shot at her primary candidate, Cruz, which reminds me of something:  As selfish and out of touch as Cruz behaved in the primaries, there are still others even deeper in the pit.

Ben Shapiro was fired by Breitbart after he backed Michelle Field's false claim of being assaulted by Trump's campaign manager.  Like Cruz, Ben implied that Trump supporters were stupid, which moved zero votes from Trump to Cruz.  I admire his resolve to stay in the spotlight after such a series of colossal misjudgements.  He pissed his credibility away, yet kept his... Twitter account.

Ben, there are new free thinkers out there.  And they are doing great.  You're dismissed.

The #NeverTrumpers still blame Trump.  It will still take a while for them to shift blame where it belongs - on Cruz.  Cruz stayed in the primaries after it was obvious he wouldn't make it.  Worse, Cruz stayed in long past the moment he was mathematically beat.  He pulled his followers and donors and GOPe allies down a dark hole, then left them isolated from the most exciting election season in decades.

Quote of the Day

Tweets from Seattle Mariners catcher, Steve Clevenger:
Black people beating whites when a thug got shot holding a gun by a black officer haha shit cracks me up! Keep kneeling for the anthem!
BLM is pathetic once again! Obama is pathetic once again! Everyone involved should be locked behind bars like animals.
The Mariners suspended Clevenger for the rest of the season (~9 days).
I'm going to take a knee to protest this horrible development.  The NFL's pussification to pop culture is one thing.  I stopped watching pro football when they started wearing their 'Breast Cancer Awareness' pink shoes.  But baseball falling to the whims of the PC losers?  A shame. A tragedy.  If the Cubbies weren't going to the World Series for the 11th time total, and the first time in my life, I'd boycott the MLB too.
Mr. Clevenger, if you see this during your time off, contact me to claim your free Glorious Hat.  Well done sir.  Well done.
WZ has the story and link.

Charlotte, NC

Two days of rioting in Charlotte, NC because another black criminal was shot while resisting arrest.

Here are two videos that address the entire situation.

Mr. Paul Joseph Watson hits every nail on the head.  (5mins)

Blonde in the Belly of the Beast has riot footage in her analysis.  (15min)

Blonde was a recent guest on Matt Forney's This Alt-Right Life podcast.

I'd only add one thing to the comments above:
The purpose of this year's 'Crisis as a Means' violence (BLM, ISIS, etc.) is to overthrow the US on, or near, the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917.

UPDATED 9.24.16 4:30pm:

Over two years ago I wrote about the "secret pact" we have with the inner city residents:  EBT: Is It Enough?

GP reports today that North Carolina officials have pulled the EBT contract from the file cabinet, and reminded the criminal element in Charlotte that the contract will be revoked if they are caught rioting.

Obviously some in government are reading Ushanka.  Imagine how nice America would be if all government workers would take a break from the porn to review my suggestions.

More on the Fed

SalivateMetal is a YouTube channel I subscribe to.  He's one of several precious metals enthusiasts I follow.  Normally he just shows off his latest coin, but lately he's been commenting on the election and, now, the Fed.  Today's episode is worth a listen.

My post from 3 days ago on the Fed decision.

My precious metals videos:
Play the Ratio
Ratio Strategy #1
Ratio Strategy #1: w/ Trade Costs
Ratio Strategy #2
Updates (Jul14)
Updates (Oct 14)
Updates (Feb 15)
How did Gold do during Obama? (Mar 15)
Updates (Jun 16)

It should be noted that someone who buys precious metals is upset about a banking policy that makes his asset worth more.  For the Hillary voters who found this post on accident because they saw the hammer and sickle in the header, this is called "principled."   A "principled" person is someone who chooses "the right way" even if it hurts them personally. 

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Can the #NeverTrump'ers Hear the Bombs?

Here are a couple of lists of "conservatives" who actively worked against the Republican candidate who wants to build a border wall and halt Islamic immigration.  For the record:

Diann Russell (Patriot Retort)
Doug Ross (DirectorBlue)
John Hawkins (RightWingNews)
Dave Blout (MoonBattery)
Michael Reagan
Eunie Smith (Eagle Forum)
Anne Cori (Eagle Forum)
Cathie Adams (Eagle Forum)
Rosina Kovar (Eagle Forum)
Shirley Curry (Eagle Forum)
Carolyn McLarty (Eagle Forum)
John Podhoretz (Commentary Magazine)
William Jacobsen (Legal Insurrection)
Steve Berman (The Resurgent)
Ben Howe (RedState)
Ted Cruz
John Kasich
Jeb Bush
Former Sen. Gordon Humphrey, NH
Former Rep. Chris Shays, CT
Former Rep. Tom Coleman, MO
Former Rep. Vin Weber, MN 
Mindy Finn (former RNC chief digital strategist) 
Christine Iverson Gunderson (former RNC press secretary) 
Virginia Hume Onufer (former RNC deputy press secretary) 
Beth Miller (former RNC field communications division director) 
Heather Layman (former deputy press secretary) 
B. Jay Cooper (former RNC communications director under four chairmen)  
Patrick Ruffini (former RNC ecampaign director). 
Terresa Monroe-Hamilton (NoisyRoom)
Fawkes News (SondraK)

Never Forget.

Fed Punts. Again.

Take your pick:
After another session of talking tough about the need to raise interest rates, the Fed once again decides "no" at the last second. 

After months of being told the economy is booming, the Fed considers the economy too weak to bump the interest rate by 0.25%.

The Fed must keep the illusion that 'all is well' until their like-minded president leaves office.

The Fed gives Obama the green light to add more debt.

That Was My Answer

Found at Imgur.  Another failed attempt to make me feel shame.

Nice shirt lady.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Video of the Day

Via Conservative Treehouse:

It is hard to stay objective.  I love the optimism like anyone else, but the voter fraud factor is not represented in these polls, and all the polls are tight.  And who is to assume the polls are true?  For example, yesterday Trump packs in 10,000 in Florida, and Hillary only 200 in the same state.  And Hillary cancelled her event today in North Carolina - with no reason.  Is the Trump enthusiasm and Hillary depression factored at all into the polls?

Several are boldly predicting a Trump landslide, including comrade Matt Forney and Social Justice destroyer, VoxDay.  And on the other side, Huffington Post gets ahead of the news cycle by posting a list of nine reasons for Hillary's defeat, 49 days BEFORE the election!  There may be a lot of "I told you so's" on November 9th.  And if Hillary wins, plan on hearing from the NeverTrumpers non-stop.

What a year.

Quote of the Day

Mr. Trump, at his Fort Myers, Florida speech yesterday:
Let's ask Hillary Clinton how many people who subscribe to radical Islamic views and support the oppression of non-believers would you call "deplorable" or "irredeemable," or are those words reserved only for hard-working Americans who truly love our country and they want to make a statement?

To hear the words that Hillary Clinton uses, one could be forgiven for getting the impression that she thinks these hard-working Americans are somehow a greater threat to our country than Islamic extremists.