October 25, 2021

An Open Letter To The Secretary of Defense And Pentagon Leaders

The draft was ended soon after the end of the Vietnam War, 50 years ago, and we have now transitioned to a volunteer military.  These servicemen and women have joined to defend our rights and liberties from our enemies, not to have their own rights stripped from them.  Gone are the days when the orders of a superior must be obeyed without question or else.

Can Republicans Turn Virginia And the Country Red?

Virginia might be the first battleground in the fight to reverse course. Since McAuliffe made that slip, his numbers have dropped in the polls, and a newcomer, Glenn Youngkin, has pulled even and has the Democrats petrified. Youngkin has exposed McAuliffe as a part of the Progressive plan and has taken his family-first approach to the people of Virginia. It is working, and he may pull off the upset.

Humor: Who Can Be Wrong And Keep Their Job?

And while we joke about meteorologists, they’ve gotten pretty good at their jobs. Even if they’re sometimes wrong or slightly off, they’re typically right about the next few days, at least in the temperate clime of the Southeast. Not good enough to predict the climate out for a thousand years, as climate change “scientists” claim is possible, mind you, but good enough to know if going fishing in the afternoon is a good idea.

The DOJ Targets Domestic Terrorists… AKA Angry Americans

I don’t need the DoJ to protect my feelings, because I’m not a snowflake.  I need it to protect my person and my property from real threats.  If Merrick Garland hasn’t noticed, there were “mostly peaceful” protesters that murdered people and burned down our cities last summer — and none of it was done at a school board meeting by angry parents.