1.)A Marines Letter To The NFL

I would say read it and turn off the sound.  The music was annoying.  The sentiments expressed were perfect.

2.)Just for fun.

3.) Imagine a government bureaucracy deciding to look into the inventory of your house and all they have to do is check the purchase spread sheet.  Imagine that every transaction you do is monitored by the government.  Neighborhood kid mows the lawn – monitored.  Buy something at a garage sale – monitored.  From that level, how long until monitored becomes controlled?  War on money.  An excerpt:

The real aim of the war on cash however was outlined in a Wall Street Journal OpEd by Harvard economist and former chief economist at the IMF, Kenneth Rogoff. Rogoff argues that there should be a drastic reduction in the Federal Reserve’s issuance of cash. He calls for all bills above the $10 bill to be removed from circulation, thereby forcing people and businesses to depend on digital or electronic payments solely. He repeats the bogus mantra that his plan would reduce money-laundering, thereby reduce crime while at the same time exposing tax cheats.

However the hidden agenda in this War on Cash is confiscation of our money in the next, inevitable banking crisis, whether in the EU member countries, the United States or developing countries like India.

4.) I note the interesting phrase so ignored, “…or anything that would at least indicate the belief that minorities can do for themselves with a bit of help.”  How racist is it to say that these people can’t do anything for themselves?  Isn’t that the unspoken line?  There are no slaves on this side of the Atlantic, unless you consider working people vs the IRS.  There are actual slaves on the other side though.  How many essays have been done on them?  There are no slaves here, or any reason for reparations.  If one considers the amount of welfare transferred from the working whites to the blacks, all has been paid and then some.  Since conditions are more deplorable than when it was started in the ’60’s, I want a refund and removal of this drain on my income.  I guess with that stated, the blacks could claim being unfairly treated if they held jobs and had income removed from them like the rest of us.  For those working blacks, kudos for using your talents in the marketplace and enduring cries of “uncle tom, ect.”  When I was in grade school, melting pot was taught.  This was the concept that people all over the world came here with their individual talents, which when used, benefited the rest of society.  That quieted for a few years, then multiculturalism emerged which touted everything but the American culture.  That has been rammed down children’s throats since then.  It’s past time to return to the time of melting pot and expectation that a person was expected to work and contribute their talents to themselves, their families, and ultimately then society.


His arguments are well made and spoken.  I was noting the verbiage was not on a 5th grade level either.  Quite refreshing.  This professor is speaking to those who have a grasp of language and concept.  He wasn’t talking to elementary level people.

There is the concept of political correctness against which I have written on several occasions.  At the base of this is the desire by the elites to remove language from the lexicon in such a way that concepts are unable to be spoken.  Once the words have been removed, the concept is effectively removed as well as there is no decent way to describe it any more.  For any who doubt such an idea in real life, I present the following:

What We Should Learn from the Lack of Maintenance in Africa & the Rest of the Perennial Third World

Look about half way down the article to see this in application.

Philosophically speaking is described with names and locations.  It’s so sad to have to agree with what is presented.  The names and descriptions tell quite well the destruction of this society some of which I have observed through my life-time.  It seems to me that there needs to be another approach – return to the original constitution and culture.  That piece seems to be missing, however.

I used that term instead of “schooling” because that is the actual purpose.  Spend a bit of time with “An Underground History of American Education” and you will agree.  What the kids are being taught is to not think.  There are appropriate ways to respond and here they are….  Well, I remember in one class hearing that education was training an outcome.  I thought that sounded odd at the time, and now have a good understanding what was being propagated.  Kids are being training to respond in a known fashion, not being taught to think and produce an appropriate response.  There is a difference.  If there wasn’t, “political correctness” would not exist.  I have written it before, but it bears repeating here that the origin of political correctness is Marxism where language would be manipulated and words expunged such that the resulting individuals would have their very thoughts “politically correct.”  How did I get back on this subject?  I found an article which followed the thought from the training to the voting to the following.  That descriptor isn’t used, but you can see the progression as you read.

I am flying  a different flag today.  (This is from the internet.  Mine is similar)  For those familiar with Texas history, today in 1836 was the decisive battle leading to Texas independence – the defeat of Antonio López de Santa Anna in present day Houston.  Information here.  Since there is an elementary school close to our house, I’m hoping some kids ask their teachers what that new flag down the street is.  Maybe a little history lesson may be disseminated.  Eventually, I’m thinking of placing one of those reader boards, like in a museum, along the sidewalk and have a simple explanation there for the curious.  Someone has to present real history, it might as well be me.

You used to have to know the weezle words and double intandras that were used to hide true intentions.  Apparently, that’s not needed any more.

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