Do You Know Ed Mezvinsky?

He was born January 17, 1937, but you’re probably saying, “Who is Ed Mezvinsky?” and “Why should I care?” Bear with me for a minute, as the answer has to do with Hillary Clinton’s run for the 2016 elections, and a great deal more.  The “more” part will boggle your mind. Ed Mezvinsky is a former Democrat congressman […]

How I Voted in the 2014 Elections

“…a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” – Martin Luther King The 2014 elections are by far the most important elections to date of this century.  Despite governmental reassurances to the contrary, America is tottering over the brink of economic collapse. […]

Kajieme Powell Shooting in St. Louis – DETAILS

Both the video and the audio are clear, steady, and in HD format. There’s no mistaking this one, folks. Total kudos to the videographer. Even though he’s using a cell phone, he does a fantastic job of keeping the video extremely steady for a cell phone. I spent more than 90 minutes pulling every detail […]

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson tells us to “Shut Up!”

Dear Sheila Jackson:  NO. “Congress shall make no law … ABRIDGING THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH…” – Amendment ONE of our United States Constitution. I support your right to blabber incessantly and without reason, Ms. Jackson, EXCEPT when you abuse your own right to infringe upon mine.  At that point, you have overstepped the bounds of […]

The Face of Widespread Human Extermination Under Socialism

State-sponsored socialism has many names.  Regardless of whether you call it Naziism, fascism, Leninism, Marxism, communism, Islamism, or Obamaism, they all have a huge downside:  Human extermination i.e Genocide.  It follows a three-step pattern: 1.  Registration – identifies those who will soon be disarmed. 2.  Disarm the people so they can’t resist the armed police […]

The TRUTH About the Democratic Party and African Americans

African Americans originally came to America unwillingly, having been stolen and sold by Muslim slave-catchers in Africa to Dutch traders journeying to America in 1619. The Three-Fifths Clause dealt only with representation and not the worth of any individual. In 1857, a Democratically controlled Supreme Court delivered the Dred Scott decision, declaring that blacks were […]