Jerry Nadler

I’ve experienced this.  3 times.  This is a mini-stroke in process.

I thought I wanted to see justice, and I do.  I thought I wanted to see them punished, and I do.  I thought I wanted to see them suffer, and now I realize that I don’t want to see that at all.

And this man may be an enemy of the people.  He may be a traitor.  He may be an evil, evil man – IF the allegations against him are true.

But he’s a  fellow human being and he’s suffering.  Terribly.  And that breaks my heart.

This is not a game, folks.  This is real life happening.  People are dying in this battle.  People are suffering.  People, like Jerry Nadler, above, are under so much stress and pressure from incoming indictments that they’re literally stroking out in public.

I used to be angry about what they had allegedly done.  I’m not angry anymore.  I’m just sad.  It’s all so sad.  Human beings – my brothers and sisters – are going to suffer.

I wish it didn’t have to be this way.  It’s so incredibly sad.

We are commanded, “Justice, justice, you shall pursue” (Deuteronomy 16:20) and I believe we should obey.  But it’s not as easy as it sounds.  Sometimes, like right now, it can be incredibly difficult.

No matter who you are, no matter who they are, no matter if they are your enemy or the incarnation of evil, please, please, pray for them.

“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster… for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.” – Friedrich Nietzsche 


Just a little announcement – something of which I’m very proud:

As of 11 AM this morning, my house and cabin are mortgage-free.

When the paperwork is completed on Monday, I will outright own these two properties – no debt, no mortgages, no bankers involved.

It’s a very good day.



I gotta question for you, JC.  Why’d you delete your “Five Jobs I’ve Had” tweet?

It’s a funny thing, isn’t it, Jimmy Boy?  You probably don’t remember deleting it.  It just went *poof*.  Kinda like that time you thought Johnny O’Picklefarm had your back then threw you under the bus.  One second it’s there, the next second it’s not.  It’s just … gone.

*POOF!* Right, Ol’ Jimmy Boy?

But guess what, Jimmy?

We have the tweet.  We have the report from GVPD.  And Jimmy, I hate to break it to you, buddy, but … we have it all.

But I’m sure it’s all a misunderstanding.  Right, Jim?  Just a coincidence.

You and I both know there is no such thing as a coincidence, ol’ Jimmy Boy.  Don’t we?

And it’s a funny thing, Jim, because we kept that tweet because we figured it might come in handy.  You know, that someday, we can all look back at that tweet and the report from GVPD and give them to our buddy, Ol’ Bulldog Durham.  You know … invite a few friends over (Bulldog wants to be there for sure) and talk about the good ol’ days when you and Johnny O’Picklefarm got the Clap together.

How about we meet next week?


All Nonsense Over Nothing

The Rise of Trump, the Fall of Racism?

Two sociologists (Daniel J. Hopkins and Samantha Washington) at the University of Pennsylvania have confirmed what conservatives claimed they already knew: racism in America has been reduced under President Trump.

I found plenty of conservative news sites referencing this article, but none linked to it.  I searched Google for it.  Nothing.

Then I tried DuckDuckGo.  Bingo.

Now, this is a long-term study – over a period of 10 years from 2008 to 2018 with 2,500 participants.  So this is not a small study and it is not a short-term one, either.  And if you know anything about scientific studies, the bigger the participation group and the longer the period of time over which it is conducted, the more accurate it is believed to be.

Knowing this study will probably disappear from the internet pretty quickly given the Left’s penchant for deleting material that disagrees with their assumptions, I downloaded a free copy.  You can download it from this site on the link below.

I got it for free, feel free to download it.  There is NO copyright notification on this document.  Therefore, you can legally download and distribute this document on the condition that you do not earn any monies from it.

Trump reduced prejudice Hopkins Washington pdf


The Writer’s Paradox

You need to write to stay sane.

You need to eat to stay alive.

If you accept money for what you write, you’re beholden to your audience to deliver the same thing in a different package time after time after time.

You don’t want to write it, but you must if you want to eat.

Writing it keeps you barely sane because it’s not what you want to write.

When you write what you want to write, your audience won’t buy it, so you don’t eat.

Then, when you return to writing what your audience wants to read so that you can eat, you’re labelled a “sell-out.”

This is the essence of the writer’s paradox.

Alas! ’tis true, I have gone here and there

And made myself a motley to the view

Gored mine own thoughts

Sold cheap what is most dear.

– Shakespeare, Sonnet 10