Archive | August, 2016

I Can Ham

29 Aug

A few posts back, I was lamenting the fact that the only source for real news was via the internet. Now that Obama may possibly hand it over to the UN, what could possibly go wrong?

When I first heard about this a coupla years back, I thought it must not be anything important. Being the technological genius that I’m not, I didn’t realise the impact of a domain name. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, is basically a registered phonebook of internet users.

ICANN inherited WHOIS, and WHOIS protocol remains largely unchanged since 1999 – in spite of over a decade of task forces, working groups and studies, and changes in privacy laws. As a result, WHOIS is at the center of long-running debate and study at ICANN, among other Internet governance institutions, and in the global Internet community.

That last paragraph from the ICANN website pretty much sums up what the conflicts of interest will be should any rules of the internet be decided by multiple countries.

Consider this: If Zuckerberg can decide what is acceptable on Facebook, and Kordestani can decide what is abusive on Twitter, then who will decide what is read and said outside of private domains?

We already know that the NY times called on Google to put an end to “Hillary’s health” searches . So the new First Amendment is that you’re free to proclaim death wishes to Trump, but cannot question Her Majesty’s well-being. (Free to think as we).

In essence, we are living in a dystopian novel; Thought Police, et al. I reckon it may be time for folks to become reacquainted with the Ham radio……


Rule 5: High Rises

28 Aug

How to get a rise out of libs and cuckervatives …………….

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Memes and Media Talking Points

27 Aug

When I hear the term, “damsel in distress”, I conjure up a virgin maiden tied to a post, screaming her head off because A) she’s about to become a frightening dragon’s meal, and B) she knows damn well he prefers Virgin Flambé.

After trying to convince my youngest sister of the reasons not to vote for Hillary, only to be brushed off with memes and media talking points, I’m feeling a bit like that damsel in distress; sans the virginity and the blood-curling scream.

The problem with Hillary lovers is that they’re stuck in this creepy maze of darkness. Whenever you try to throw them a flashlight, it gets thwarted by the media shield.

Perhaps if memes were shined above the maze, like the batman signal, these folks could see the liar for who she is…..…… indulge me.

Hillary’s first job:


She didn’t dawdle as First Lady of Arkansas:


As FLOTUS, there was Whitewater, Travelgate, Filegate, Lewinsky, Vincent Foster, &c.

As Senator of NY, she agreed with her Republican president more often than disagreeing with him (Patriot Act, Iraq, Afghanistan, TARP, &c.)




The fun really begins when she becomes Secretary of State. She set up a private e-mail server on her first day:

This was okay because she said Colin Powell told her he did the same thing:


She seemed to have deleted a few “unimportant” e-mails:



Her aide, Huma Abedin, has some e-mails that are too “unimportant” for congress to even be allowed to look at:

No conflict of interest there. Must be a coincidence that Obama has a Muslim aide (chief advisor) with questionable ties too:

Maybe the e-mails were about Russia:



She did seem to cozy up to the bear after money was paid to the Clinton Foundation:


Were the e-mails concerning the Clinton Foundation? What a coincidence that the Clinton Foundation would receive money, and the donor would be granted their wish:

except the people who needed it…..


I don’t think the Haitians much care for the Clintons:


Were the e-mails to cover up the gun running in Benghazi?


Were they about the orders to stand down as the embassy was attacked?

With an upcoming election bungle such as this; could these e-mails have been about a video being the cause?

And no, this same thing didn’t happen under Bush:

What about her health?



Dr. Drew spoke out about being very concerned about her health, and was canned.


The media tells us everything is fine:


Nothing to see here:

It’s all just a coincidence:



Ian Fleming had something to say about coincidences:





Thomas Jefferson had something to say about liars:


















Lost in the Scandal Fog

16 Aug

Have you ever wondered what the hello happens to those people who get lost in the Bermuda Triangle? Why do boats and planes get lost? Does the earth have some sort of magnetic force that confuses both the people and the instruments that guide them? Are they forever lost?

The other day I was thinking that our government is like the Bermuda Triangle entrapping its citizens. Once trapped, it seems that a good many Americans are lost and confused in the scandal fog perpetuated on a daily basis by our govt. Perhaps 81 years of socialist programs induces this infantile belief in the absurd. The infantile belief in the absurd is that the US govt. is of the people, for the people, by the people.

When crime committed by the govt. is not punished, people will assume there has A) been no crime or B) the govt. employee or branch of govt. is above the law. The former would be the group that is floundering in the Bermuda Triangle. On the bright side, it appears that that group is getting smaller and smaller (another lil tidbit that the govt. media will not broadcast.)

A majority of malcontented masses typically leads to a revolt. Before every revolution, there are obvious signs: Over-indulgent leaders, high taxes, costly wars, national debt, desperate citizens, and the lighthouse keepers. These are the folks shining the light of truth for the masses.

It must be terribly frustrating for the lighthouse keepers; shining their light into the fog, and showing people a way out of the Bermuda Triangle, only to have their lights snubbed out by a govt.-controlled media.

In this day and age in America, the internet is the lighthouse keeper of our time. We’ve got Edward Snowden shining the light on the NSA, Julian Assange shining the light on Clinton, Dinesh D’Souza shining the light on the Clinton Foundation, &c.

Ironically, while the govt. is procuring every means possible to set the stage of the images it wants people to see, the technological advancements of this century have made it possible for people to see in real time via a social media account what is actually happening. Can a liberal answer this question: Why are conservative social media sites censored and/or shadow-banned?

Personally, I believe the citizenry of the US have become desperate. What else could explain a Trump/Sanders Clinton nomination? As the divide grows between the people lost in the fog and those who see the light, the outcome of this election could very well portend what is to become of this nation.

That’s enough of the Doomsday predictions for now. Let’s have a good laugh………… til we cry!

An Open Letter to Khizr Khan

1 Aug

Dear Mr. Khan, I want to preface this letter by stating that I respect your son’s sacrifice for this great nation.  By all accounts, he is a true hero that sacrificed himself in service to ou…

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