Wednesday, August 10, 2022

If a republican writer with a history of lying says something I agree with, should I cite her as an authority?

By N.S.

For years, An Old Friend would send me links to work by Heather Mac Donald. He stopped when he saw that I wasn’t posting them, but I have changed my mind. I am going to post links to her work, but with the caveat, that the writer in question has become influential through years of lying on behalf of the nypd.

I have no idea whether Mac Donald has been telling the truth about higher ed over the past several years, but I have no reason to trust her, and every reason to distrust her.

Mac Donald became famous through writing a long series of articles which lauded the nypd, beginning under commissioner William Bratton, as having achieved miraculous reductions in crime. Now, I believe, or at least I hope that the nypd did dramatically reduce murders in nyc through the stop-question-frisk tactic, which got thousands of guns off the street, although I also know that judges and prosecutors alike sabotaged Bratton’s “broken windows” policing, from the get-go.

Already in 1995, a series of scandals were exposed, in which the nypd was caught lying about crime stats. I wrote the first national exposé of said scandals in 1996, for Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture. Mac Donald ignored the scandals. However, An Old Friend did find one piece of hers years ago, in which she admitted to some methods cops engage in, in order to fudge crime stats.


“‘Everyone Knows’ that Crime Went Down for over 20 Years—Everyone but Me.”

“Medical Education: White Guy Loses His Job for Asking if Low-Rated Minority Students were ‘Just Less Good at Being Residents?’”

Tuesday, August 09, 2022

black nazis continue to thrive: black panther: wakanda forever's lead characters are getting a line of detailed dolls from world of epi, including custom skin tones and the first mass-produced natural locs hairstyle

By R.C.
Tue, Aug 9, 2022 8:44 p.m.

black panther: wakanda forever's lead characters are getting a line of detailed dolls from world of epi, including custom skin tones and the first mass-produced natural locs hairstyle.

Danai Gurira, woman of action

The three new dolls from world of epi feature custom-blended skin tones, hair styles and costume designs.

he must have seen The Sixth Sense! an "irvine man" said that he has three videos that allegedly prove that his wife has been poisoning him with drano since at least late July

By R.C.
Tue, Aug 9, 2022 8:32 p.m.

an irvine man said that he has three videos that allegedly prove that his wife has been poisoning him with drano since at least late july. "She takes up the bottle, she pours it in, puts the cap back on and puts it back under the sink as though nothing

irvine doctor allegedly caught on camera poisoning her husband with drano - cbs los angeles -

healthcare company that hired 'mentally ill' ICU nurse for job in L.A. where she killed six people in horror crash REFUSES to say how she was vetted: Nurse held jobs in SIX hospitals in just two years despite her 'profound' problems

By R.S.
Tue, Aug 9, 2022 9:15 pm

Healthcare company that hired 'mentally ill' ICU nurse for job in L.A. where she killed six people in horror crash REFUSES to say how she was vetted: Nurse held jobs in SIX hospitals in just two years despite her 'profound' problems

Sounds like a typical liberal.

Bowser responds to alleged hate crime where 2 dc men were beaten by raceless, faceless perps

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Tue, Aug 9, 2022 11:15 p.m.

Bowser responds to alleged hate crime where 2 dc men were beaten

No ID of perps?

Must have been members of the NEGRO- “community” who did it.

Say, did little Archie have monkeypox?

"The unknown suspects were last seen northbound on 7th street."

jihad in albuquerque: cops say they’ve nabbed the “primary suspect” in the murders of four moslems

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:53:00 P.M. EDT

syed—the a-rab—arrested for murders of four other a-rabs in albuquerque, n.m.

GRA: Ray Stevens would have to change the name of his song.


police in albuquerque said they arrested the “primary suspect” in the killings of four muslim men in new mexico’s largest city — deaths have raised fears in the community and led to increased security at mosques and schools.

Muhammad Syed, 51, of afghanistan, was charged in two of the killings and was called a suspect by police in the two other slayings.

chief Harold Medina said tuesday the arrest happened after authorities tracked down a vehicle linked to one of the killings.

albuquerque authorities bolstered security measures as worries mounted within the muslim community over the ambush-style killings, the most recent happening friday. authorities sought help monday, searching for a vehicle that appeared to be the one discovered tuesday. police said in a news release they suspected the vehicle was used in the homicides – a dark gray or silver four-door volkswagen, possibly a jetta or passat, with tinted windows.

The common elements in the deaths were the victims’ race and religion, officials said, and authorities discovered a possible link between the killings. Authorities released photos, hoping people could help identify the car, and offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

Mohammad Ahmadi, 62, from afghanistan, was the first victim, killed nov. 7. Aftab Hussein, 41, and Muhammad Afzaal Hussain, 27, were killed july 26 and aug. 1, and Naeem Hussain, 25, was shot to death friday, according to investigators. the last three victims were from pakistan.


TCM News

By David in TN
Saturday, August 6, 2022 at 10:14:00 A.M. EDT

August is Summer under the Stars month for TCM. Film Noir of the Week is on hiatus, and will return in September.

Public Health Warning: Remember the Classic Game Show, Password? Well, if you encounter a game show with the same name that does not consist of re-runs, avoid it, as it is part of the black supremacist pandemic

[Previously: makes me wanna holler: the autobiography of a conscienceless, black supremacist monster, Nathan McCall (review)”

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 12:47:00 P.M. EDT

I wouldn’t waste my time on this book and the review is the same reason I post reviews of shows like “ni**er password” (tonight on the Negro Broadcast Company)–to help people avoid watching that black version of a great game show.

Keke Palmer is a typical nig hostess, and based on previews, there are many instances where the players get out of their seats and do dances after getting a correct answer (nig behavior).

I’ve read other people’s reviews and they are in agreement with me on this horrible revival of a classic game show.

Allen Ludden and Betty White must be cursing Jimmy Fallon (producer) for ruining the real game of Password.

1/2 ☆ of out 5


N.S.: Why so generous, GRA?

BREAKING NEWS! Tracie Hawlett-J.B. Beasley double rape-murder hate crime trial delayed until 2023

Hawlett, l, McCraney in the middle, and Beasley

[Previously: “BREAKING NEWS! woman admits, ‘I lied’”

By David in TN
Tue, Aug 9, 2022 7:15 p.m.

Today (Tuesday) the presiding Judge delayed the trial of Colin McCraney for the 1999 murders of Tracie Hawlett and J.B. Beasley until 2023.

The reason is not enough jurors showed up for jury selection.

Someone on the Websleuths Forum, who claimed to be from Ozark, Alabama, said the “Community was sharply divided” and people were afraid to be on the jury.

Make of that what you will.

I’m a spaz! there are actually people who can intimidate and silence black nazis! (Is Beyonce Knowles White?)

“Weird Al, Lizzo, and Beyoncé have all faced backlash for using variations on the term”

By N.S.

“The Surprising History of the Slur Beyoncé [Knowles] and Lizzo [Melissa Viviane Jefferson] Both Cut From Their New Albums”

“How did the controversial term go from middle-school slang to verboten? The answer lies on the other side of the Atlantic.”

witnesses on board block island ferry covered in blood after 45-minute knife fight blame police and ferry company for leaving port despite violence

By Anonymous
Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 6:19:00 P.M. EDT

Unrelated, sort of - wanted to let you know about a story that would be of interest to you.

makes me wanna holler: the autobiography of a conscienceless, black supremacist monster, Nathan McCall (review)

Makes Me Wanna Holler: A Young Black Man in America (1994)

Re-posted by N.S.

3.0 out of 5 stars Well Written, But Self Indulgent
Reviewed in the United States on July 2, 2020
Verified Purchase

McCall is a good writer and displays flashes of self awareness throughout the book. He also annoys the hell out of me on a regular basis. The self-awareness never quite extends far enough for him to realize that by the time he's 20, the world has much more of a right to be angry at him than vice versa.

Before he goes to prison, he's a prolific criminal. Let's start with "training" (gang rape). McCall recounts the first time he and his friends raped a 13-year-old virgin and claims that there was a voice in his head telling him to take her by the hand, lead her out of the house, walk her home, and say, “Try, as best you can, to forget this ever happened.” Is that really what his teenage self thought, or is this 30-something him engaging in revisionism? He took his turn raping her while she laid there covering her eyes. He says it made him feel ashamed and unclean (but not enough to stop participating in gang rapes in the future). But he and his hanging partners didn’t think of it as rape, see?

When he was 18, he got a girl pregnant (one of many) and decided that the solution was gang rape. Not kidding. He thought it would cast doubt on the paternity if several of his friends raped the young woman carrying his child. She caught on and got so scared that she jumped out of the car and severely injured herself (lost consciousness and was frothing at the mouth). Not only did he never take her to a hospital, he and his friend planned to murder her. The presence of a witness was the only thing that stopped them, which is the second time that dumb luck prevented him from murdering someone.

He complains about being followed in stores, but also describes how he and his friends would have someone distract store clerks while the rest of them stuffed their pockets with merchandise. Later, he ran such a successful scam on his girlfriend’s workplace that it went out of business.

He supposedly fired his sawed-off shotgun though a random white family’s picture window as they watched TV, after hooking up with the Black Panthers (whom he never mentions again) to retaliate for the death of a black man McCall freely admits might not have even been killed by the police (and even if he was, it was during a shootout between two gangs). He says he felt proud of having engaged in “guerilla warfare,” though this could more accurately be called terrorism. Conveniently, there is apparently no record of these coordinated attacks by black radicals on suburban homes. (It’s just a little too metaphorically perfect: Angry black radical literally shatters the very picture of white suburban tranquility.)

He commits a series of burglaries, some of which could have been home invasions because he’s not always sure if anyone is home. He stops being a burglar because he gets scared that someone may catch him and shoot him, not because he realizes that it’s disgusting and wrong to violate someone’s home and then watch his friend pull out his “meat” and piss all over everything.

He jumps over the counter to attack a fast food employee, which is the ultimate ghetto merit badge. How angry do you have a right to be about being stereotyped when, in your particular case, the stereotype fits to a T?

I don’t want to discount the psychological effects of racism and the rage and despair that it can engender. I can see where coming up the seventies, just a few years after the Civil Rights Movement took off, would lead a young black man to adopt some radical beliefs and not feel himself bound by much of a social contract.

[N.S.: The foregoing was the one really bad paragraph in this otherwise brilliant book review. Nathan McCall never suffered from racism; he was the racism that too many Whites suffered under.]

That said, he also had many advantages that he sometimes glosses over. He had a stable home with a loving mother, stepfather, and grandmother. They had a single family home in a decent neighborhood. (It wasn’t clear to me if Cavalier Manor was low-cost or free housing, but it was provided by a white philanthropist, though McCall wonders if this too was actually motivated by racism.) They don’t sound rich, but his stepfather has nice cars, and it never sounds like they’re hurting for food or other living expenses, even with five children. McCall does not have the excuse that he grew up in the projects and couldn’t avoid “the life.” He seeks out, initiates, and escalates criminal situations over and over again.

His family even has enough money (and generosity) to hire a good lawyer after Nathan shoots someone and escapes a murder charge (or even attempted murder) through dumb luck. The prevailing narrative is that the justice system comes down hard on black people, but he gets off with probation. McCall finds a way to say this was racist as well, due to them “not valuing black life.” Isn’t it slightly ironic [read: hypocritical] for him to denounce the justice system for not sufficiently valuing the life of the man *he* shot in the chest?

After this first serious brush with the law, does he buckle down and get his act together? No, he continues committing armed robberies and isn’t even that careful about it. He gets caught and is aggressively prosecuted this time, which he of course denounces as racist and due to his having robbed “a white business.” (Couldn’t be because he was already on probation for shooting someone.)

He goes to prison, reads a lot of books, does some soul-searching, and manages to get paroled the first time around. He’s absolutely livid that he has trouble finding a job due to the fact that not everyone considers his slate “squeaky clean” right after he gets out of prison. It’s not clear if they know about the shooting as well, but is it automatically racist for someone to hesitate to hire you in their store when they find out that you robbed...a store? He claims black business owners understand that “it’s not uncommon for a young brother to have a rap sheet, like being circumcised.” I thought that was an odd choice of comparison. Your foreskin has nothing to do with whether you’re more likely to rob or otherwise harm me. Later in the book, McCall denounces a white journalist for saying exactly the same thing: that black applicants may be more likely to have criminal records, hampering efforts to hire more of them.

[N.S.: In black sociology professor W.J. Wilson’s When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor (1996), it was the White Chicago businessmen who made pc excuses for so many unemployable, young black men, while the black businessmen talked straight.]

So, finally, he finishes college and starts a career as a reporter well before the age of thirty, which is kind of amazing, given the circumstances. Imagine if he hadn’t gotten arrested at all, if he’d just walked away from Plaz, if he’d avoided committing robberies and done without the nice clothes in his teen years. He could’ve started his career at the age of 22. The system, the “white mainstream,” actually held quite a few opportunities for him. Does he acknowledge this? Not really. He complains about white guys saying things like, “You must spend a lot of money on clothes,” (which he denounces as racist jealousy) or the fact that his boss was sometimes impatient with him. Ironically, it was his superficial focus on being cool and having nice clothes that was largely responsible for his “need” to commit robberies and burglaries and scams.

He seems to harbor a special hatred for other black people who don’t live up to his idea of blackness, which is synonymous with being “street” (how they walk and talk, what they read, and especially what kind of pants and shoes they wear). This “acting black” and “acting white” nonsense is among the most poisonous ideas around. One of the saddest scenes in the book is his high school graduation when he sees what the “no name lames” got in return ($50,000 scholarships, etc.) for focusing on school instead of Superfly and Scobie D. Yet, at age 30, he’s still passing judgment on other blacks for not being hood enough because their parents went to college, or because they didn’t go to a historically black college.

He complains vehemently about the responsibilities of fatherhood, which he actually avoids in several instances. He ignored several girls who told him they were pregnant. He feels nothing for his son Monroe and only agrees to a child with another women after being manipulated by an anti-abortion activist.

Anyway, I’m always up for hearing different perspectives, but I often noticed that everything that went wrong in his life was blamed on racism, whereas everything that went right was due to his own hard work (with occasional shoutouts to his parents and grandmother) rather than other people who helped and encouraged him and gave him opportunities despite his mistakes.

[N.S.: Not “mistakes”; heinous crimes and moral delinquency.]

Monday, August 08, 2022

The nsa is Coming for You, via google and facebook (music video)

By R.C.
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 11:22 p.m.

The nsa is coming for you via google and facebook

Martha Reeves and the Vandellas:
"Nowhere to Run"

He's a dolt.
It's not the NSA that is spying on him.
It is the Pentagon.
I know this because I am looking at the envelope I got from the NSA.  The postmark shows 08/16/2013.  The return address shows Department of Defense at the top left.  The line below it shows National Security Agency.  The third line shows Fort George G. Meade.
Why is the DOD engaging in domestic spying?  Is this tantamount to "domestic extremism"?
Does the military run this country?
Paul Craig Roberts thinks so.

Gee, haven't I been pounding the table about this for a long, long time?
Gun owners of America, beware.
Uncle Sam knows everything about you already.
So, short of fleeing the country, you have nowhere to run and nowhere to hide.
Especially from drones and autonomous fighting machines.
Skynet is here.
From a letter I sent to many of you on 7/15/2011:

Who do you think funded the two founders while they were at Stanford?


And from a friend who sent the following to me in 2010!
 Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 14:29:16 -0600> From:
> To:
> Subject: Google to enlist NSA to help it ward off cyberattacks
> *Google to enlist NSA to help it ward off cyberattacks
> get rid of your gmail accounts.
> *
> By Ellen Nakashima
> Thursday, February 4, 2010; A01
> The world's largest Internet search company and the world's most
> powerful electronic surveillance organization are teaming up in the name
> of cybersecurity.
> Under an agreement that is still being finalized, the National Security
> Agency would help Google analyze a major corporate espionage attack that
> the firm said originated in China and targeted its computer networks,
> according to cybersecurity experts familiar with the matter. The
> objective is to better defend Google -- and its users -- from future
> attack.
> Google and the NSA declined to comment on the partnership. But sources
> with knowledge of the arrangement, speaking on the condition of
> anonymity, said the alliance is being designed to allow the two
> organizations to share critical information without violating Google's
> policies or laws that protect the privacy of Americans' online
> communications. The sources said the deal does not mean the NSA will be
> viewing users' searches or e-mail accounts or that Google will be
> sharing proprietary data.
> The partnership strikes at the core of one of the most sensitive issues
> for the government and private industry in the evolving world of
> cybersecurity: how to balance privacy and national security interests.
> On Tuesday, Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair
> <> called the Google
> attacks, which the company acknowledged in January, a "wake-up call."
> Cyberspace cannot be protected, he said, without a "collaborative effort
> that incorporates both the U.S. private sector and our international
> partners."
> But achieving collaboration is not easy, in part because private
> companies do not trust the government to keep their secrets and in part
> because of concerns that collaboration can lead to continuous government
> monitoring of private communications. Privacy advocates, concerned about
> a repeat of the NSA's warrantless interception of Americans' phone calls
> and e-mails after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, say
> information-sharing must be limited and closely overseen.
> "The critical question is: At what level will the American public be
> comfortable with Google sharing information with NSA?" said Ellen
> McCarthy, president of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance,
> an organization of current and former intelligence and national security
> officials that seeks ways to foster greater sharing of information
> between government and industry.
> On Jan. 12, Google took the rare step of announcing publicly that its
> systems had been hacked in a series of intrusions beginning in December.
> The intrusions, industry experts said, targeted Google source code --
> the programming language underlying Google applications -- and extended
> to more than 30 other large tech, defense, energy, financial and media
> companies. The Gmail accounts of human rights activists in Europe, China
> and the United States were also compromised.
> So significant was the attack that Google threatened to shutter its
> business operation in China if the government did not agree to let the
> firm operate an uncensored search engine there. That issue is still
> unresolved.
> Google approached the NSA shortly after the attacks, sources said, but
> the deal is taking weeks to hammer out, reflecting the sensitivity of
> the partnership. Any agreement would mark the first time that Google has
> entered a formal information-sharing relationship with the NSA, sources
> said. In 2008, the firm stated that it had not cooperated with the NSA
> in its Terrorist Surveillance Program.
> Sources familiar with the new initiative said the focus is not figuring
> out who was behind the recent cyberattacks -- doing so is a nearly
> impossible task after the fact -- but building a better defense of
> Google's networks, or what its technicians call "information assurance."
> One senior defense official, while not confirming or denying any
> agreement the NSA might have with any firm, said: "If a company came to
> the table and asked for help, I would ask them . . . 'What do you know
> about what transpired in your system? What deficiencies do you think
> they took advantage of? Tell me a little bit about what it was they
> did.' " Sources said the NSA is reaching out to other government
> agencies that play key roles in the U.S. effort to defend cyberspace and
> might be able to help in the Google investigation.
> These agencies include the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.
> Over the past decade, other Silicon Valley companies have quietly turned
> to the NSA for guidance in protecting their networks.
> "As a general matter," NSA spokeswoman Judi Emmel said, "as part of its
> information-assurance mission, NSA works with a broad range of
> commercial partners and research associates to ensure the availability
> of secure tailored solutions for Department of Defense and national
> security systems customers."
> Despite such precedent, Matthew Aid, an expert on the NSA, said Google's
> global reach makes it unique.
> "When you rise to the level of Google . . . you're looking at a company
> that has taken great pride in its independence," said Aid, author of
> "The Secret Sentry," a history of the NSA. "I'm a little uncomfortable
> with Google cooperating this closely with the nation's largest
> intelligence agency, even if it's strictly for defensive purposes."
> The pact would be aimed at allowing the NSA help Google understand
> whether it is putting in place the right defenses by evaluating
> vulnerabilities in hardware and software and to calibrate how
> sophisticated the adversary is. The agency's expertise is based in part
> on its analysis of cyber-"signatures" that have been documented in
> previous attacks and can be used to block future intrusions.
> The NSA would also be able to help the firm understand what methods are
> being used to penetrate its system, the sources said. Google, for its
> part, may share information on the types of malicious code seen in the
> attacks -- without disclosing proprietary data about what was taken,
> which would concern shareholders, sources said.
> Greg Nojeim, senior counsel for the Center for Democracy & Technology, a
> privacy advocacy group, said companies have statutory authority to share
> information with the government to protect their rights and property.

A Texas Reader Says The New Boss is The Same as the Old Boss

Cleburne does not understand that there are zero differences between the current administration and the former ones.   
For example, they all share a devotion to open borders, permanent war and ardently support NAFTA and free trade, massive expansions of the surveillance state, the welfare state and the warfare states. 
If Cleburne needs more proof, he should ask himself why Michael Chertoff was the only US attorney to have not been replaced by the Clinton administration? 
Chertoff was behind the Patriot Act that permits banks to accept the matricula consular card. 
Finally, let's not forget Secretary of Defense Robert Gates.  Gates is the fraud who, as president of Texas A&M University, was an ardent diversity supporter.
Chertoff is to Gates as George Bush is to President Barack Obama: a single, unbroken line of continuity connecting the proxies of the oligarchs and plutocrats who run this country.
There is no longer an Evil Party.  There is no longer a Stupid Party.  There is now only the Establishment.
By the way, I dedicate my letter and took my inspiration from rock and roll icons "The Who" and their classic song Won't Get Fooled Again.  (Listen to it here.)

56 negroes get themselves shot (8 permanently) by being out on the streets between 11:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. in chicongo (the city formerly known as chicago)

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Monday, August 8, 2022 at 3:54:00 P.M. EDT

(nbc-chicago) At least 56 people were shot over the weekend in Chicago, half of them in just 12 hours between late friday and early saturday.

[GRA: Gotta get the shootings in before the weekend.]

at least eight people died from their wounds, including a man killed in a drive-by shooting in a south loop parking lot, and a rider fatally shot on a red line train in chatham on the south side.

much of the gun [sic] violence occurred in the 7th Police District on the south side and the 11th police district on the west side, two areas that have been seeing fewer shootings this year.

at least 10 people were shot in the 7th district, where shootings are down 22%, though homicides are up 6%, according to police data. Another 10 were shot in the 11th district, where shootings are down 16% and homicides down 14%.

[GRA: Statistics, chuckle.]

a 29-year-old man was killed, and a 23-year-old man was wounded about 3:20 a.m. saturday in a parking lot in the loop. the men were in the 400 block of south clark when someone in a black sedan opened gunfire, police said. the 29-year-old suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was taken to a hospital, where he died. the 23-year-old was shot in the leg and arm, and taken to the same hospital.

about five minutes earlier, a 26-year-old man was shot to death while with a group [gang] of people in a chatham parking lot. the attack occurred about 3:15 a.m. saturday in the 200 block of west 87th street, police said. the man was struck in the chest and dropped off at a hospital, where he died.

about a mile away and an hour earlier, a 29-year-old man was fatally shot on a red line train near chatham. he was on the train in the 100 block of west 79th street when someone walked up and shot him about 2:05 am. saturday, police said. he was shot in the chest and abdomen, and taken to a medical center, where he died.

later on saturday, about 5:15 a.m., a 30-year-old man was found unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the neck in the 4000 block of west monroe street. he was pronounced dead at a hospital.

on saturday evening, a 41-year-old man was fatally shot while standing in the 2600 block of south tripp avenue at about 1:50 p.m. he was taken to a hospital, where he died.

a 43-year-old man was killed early sunday while standing on a sidewalk in east garfield park. he was in the 2800 block of west wilcox street when a man fired gunshots about 12:20 a.m., police said. he suffered gunshot wounds to the chest and was taken to a hospital, where he died.

early on monday, a man and a woman were walking in the 4700 block of north kedzie avenue in albany park when they were approached by two gunman who opened fire, police said. the man, 22, was hit several times and taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. the woman, 20, was taken to a medical center in good condition. there was no one in custody.

about two hours later, a man was found shot and killed in the 4000 block of west monroe avenue in west garfield park, police said. the man, in his 20s or 30s, was found lying in the street around 2:30 a.m. he was pronounced dead at a medical center. no one was in custody.

other attacks
A 15-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy were wounded in washington heights. They were walking in the 9100 block of south carpenter street about 1:25 a.m. saturday when a person walked up and shot them, police said. The 15-year-old was shot in the abdomen and the other teen was struck in the leg. both were taken to a hospital.

at about 10:15 p.m. friday, two 17-year-old boys were shot in the 3900 block of south king drive in douglas. one teen was shot in the buttocks and transported to a hospital in fair condition, while the other was taken to a different hospital in good condition with a gunshot wound to the leg, police said.

across chicago, at least 42 other people were injured in shootings between 5 p.m. friday and 2 a.m. monday.

GRA: A good weekend's worth of thugwork. You can do better, though.)


"Clinton lawyer: fbi raid designed to disqualify Trump from 'holding any office' ever again"

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 10:25 p.m.

"Clinton lawyer: fbi raid designed to disqualify Trump from 'holding any office' ever again"

I thought Trump was going to drain the Swamp?

I thought he was going to build The Wall?


It’s a glorified picket fence.

Now his supporters are going to be screwed.

Screwed by the irs.

Farmers are gonna be screwed by the epa.

Oil and gas folks are going to be screwed by the bureau of land management and department of energy.

Fishermen will be screwed by noaa.

And on and on and on.

Thankfully, I did not vote for him two years ago.

Now his supporters, and that means you, will be labeled “domestic extremists.”

I visited Prague when it was still communist.

Fear and paranoia in the eyes of locals.

Get ready for it.

Judith Durham, Lead Singer of the Seekers, Dies Aged 79 (music videos)

By R.C.
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 10:34 p.m.

Judith Durham, Lead Singer of the Seekers, Dies Aged 79

"Tributes are flowing for Judith Durham, who has died at the age of 79. The Melbourne-born singer was the voice of The Seekers and a generation. Athol Guy was one of Judith's bandmates in The Seekers, and shares his memories."

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The Seekers - "Georgy Girl" (1967 - Stereo)

"Back in 1967, when The Seekers returned home to Australia for a visit, little did they know that their free concert at the Myer Music Bowl in their home town of Melbourne would break attendance records for the Southern hemisphere and TV ratings records for Australia! The concert formed part of the TV special The Seekers at Home and Down Under..."

N.S.: Unfortunately for Durham, when she went independent, her star faded.

icu nurse, 37, cries in court after being charged with six counts of MURDER (but they missed one murder): she faces 90-year prison sentence after 100 mph la crash killed pregnant mother, her unborn baby, her one-year-old son and FOUR others

By R.C.
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 10:33 p.m.

icu nurse, 37, cries in court after being charged with six counts of MURDER: She faces 90-year prison sentence after 100 m.p.h. la crash killed pregnant mother, her unborn baby, her one-year-old son and FOUR others

(N.S.: Why only 90 years as the max? and that would mean how many years in practice--45? 30?)

Sideshow Bob?

current policies have allowed uncontrolled illegal immigration

By R.C.
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 11:01 p.m.

Letter: current policies have allowed uncontrolled illegal immigration

nuevo mexico: muslims targeted in albuquerque?

By "W"
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 9:16 a.m.

nuevo mexico: muslim's targeted in albuquerque?

Has fake president biden and his handlers ever denounced the murder of straight Whites?

in america, law-enforcement may be handcuffed against the mopes committing most of the crime, but in some countries, they’re not...yet (graphic video)

Reposted by N.S.

President Trump's house was raided by the fbi, and yet... (graphic)

Re-posted by N.S.

foreign spouse alert: ca dermatologist Yoo Pee Yoo charged with poisoning hubby

By "W"
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 2:20 p.m.

foreign spouse alert: ca dermatologist Yoo Pee Yoo charged with poisoning hubby

She is a post-1965 immigration act "American." We will have to find out who her husband is:

cbp says 16-year-old u.s. citizen tried smuggling 16 pounds of fentanyl across ysleta port of entry

By A Texas Reader
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 2:30 p.m.

cbp says 16-year-old u.s. citizen tried smuggling 16 pounds of fentanyl across ysleta port of entry

Vlad and Griner (graphic)

By R.C.
Mon, Aug 8, 2022 6:26 p.m.

Vlad and Griner

the department of energy hands over long-life battery technology to the ccp, while preventing u.s. companies from manufacturing it

By Jerry PDX

the department of energy hands over long-life battery technology to the ccp, while preventing u.s. companies from manufacturing it:

How does technology so important get overlooked by the doe? Incompetence? Deliberate? First comment I saw on breitbart offered this:

“The company that made this breakthrough ten years ago is dead and gone because the u.s. department of energy (doe) inexplicably gave its tech to china while preventing American companies from manufacturing it.”

This is planned. They want manufacturing in china, and they want to destroy small businesses and the middle-class in the u.s. (There is nothing our Democratic leaders, with a healthy assist from Republicans, are doing that would make me think otherwise.)

Another White Bites the Dust: Olivia Newton-John Dies at 73, after a Long Struggle with Breast Cancer

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Monday, August 8, 2022 at 7:37:00 P.M. EDT

(GRA) What can you say about Olivia Newton-John that hasn't been said for the last 51 years?

Yes, 51 years since her first (and my favorite) hit song, “If Not for You,” appeared on the radio—a Bob Dylan-penned song from his 1970 album. There are videos of her, which you can see on youtube—from back in 1971—on various shows, singing and doing a kind of quirky Elaine Benes-style dance—pretty adorable, actually.

She followed that song with what seemed like a hundred other ones, which made the charts: “Hopelessly Devoted to You,” “Let Me be There,” “Summer Nights,” “You’re the One That I Want”—which filled the ‘70s airwaves.

I listened to the radio a lot back then, and she mixed in well with the Carpenters, Paul McCartney, America, Bread, the Eagles, B.J.Thomas and other middle-of-the-road artists of the day—all very melodic—sometimes, even memorable music being created by many White artists. I liked most of the music I heard on the radio in those days—usually on WMAQ out of Chicago—the station that carried the White Sox (my favorite team at the time.)

It’s the country I’ll remember fondly, as we veer farther and farther away from those snapshots in time—the late ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s.

She was 73.


Sunday, August 07, 2022

video shows calf riding shotgun down texas highway

By A Texas Reader
Sun, Aug 7, 2022 4:30 p.m.

video shows calf riding shotgun down texas highway

Of course, it was headed to austin.

What did aggies used to say?

“Only steers (longhorns) and queers in Austin.”

electric-vehicle owners facing privacy-jolting mileage taxes

By R.C.
Sun, Aug 7, 2022 5:50 p.m.

electric-vehicle owners facing privacy-jolting mileage taxes

Told you so.

No more paying at the pump.

Vehicles will need to be metered, in order for road use taxes to be assessed.

Which means tracking devices.

Which means Big Brother will follow you everywhere.



fort hood army vet sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing $2.1 million worth of military equipment and listing some items on ebay

By a Texas Reader
Sun, Aug 7, 2022 3:44 p.m.

fort hood army vet sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing $2.1 million worth of military equipment and listing some items on ebay

blacks and their bull--it government jobs.

Was she a “materiel supply officer” at fort hood?

Did she mistake the fort for the ‘hood?

"Smith, who worked as a unit supply specialist for the army, was first convicted of theft in June 2014, according to Bell County court records. She was sentenced to 10 years of probation."

“You can’t fix stupid.” – Ron White

mug shot of convict Jessica Elaintrell Smith (note that all mug shots are in the public domain; a company plastering its name on a mug shot won't change that)