Day by Day Cartoon by Chris Muir

Saturday, December 10, 2016

They never quit

Found at Gun Free Zone via From the Barrel of a Gun:

Did Sandy Hook Promise plagiarize somebody else’s film?

We need to keep on calling BS on this crap.

Guns have never done anything violent in the whole history of this planet - unless a human being used them to do something violent.

All "gun violence" is only human violence, excused by the presence of an inanimate object by soft-headed people.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Wisconsin recount

Rock County just finished, according to the radio news.

Trump up by one.
Hitlary down by two.

That was sure worth all the histrionics.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Never forget

Fifteen years ago, Islam celebrated.

Moment of impact: the south tower is hit

As smoke billows from the north tower, the second hijacked plane bears down on the south tower


No Islamic country sought or prosecuted the perpetrators. They still condone acts like this through silence or active support.

Never forget.

Sunday, September 4, 2016


In case you didn't know her history:

How is it possible for any normal human being to support this creature?

Friday, June 24, 2016

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

New twist on an old scam

Just now, got a "private call" show up on the caller ID. Answered it.


"Hello. Your computer has been generating some serious errors. Press 1 now to be connected to Microsoft Technical Service."

(presses '1')

A foreign sounding voice obviously in a boiler room full of operators - "Hello. How are you tonight?"

"Pretty good. I really enjoyed your computer telling me my Linux computer has Windows problems!"


Dang, they hung up.


If you needed any proof that Jugears Osama is anti-American and everything good this country ever had, check this out:

Exclusive Video: Veteran Forcibly Dragged from Air Force Ceremony for Mentioning God

For countless years, service members have given the “flag-folding speech” at military and civic events, including retirement ceremonies. Traditionally, this speech explains the colors, symbols, and history of the flag.

The flag-folding speech also contains several religious references, including, “Let us pray that God will reflect with admiration the willingness of one nation in her attempts to rid the world of tyranny, oppression, and misery. It is this one nation under God that we call, with honor, the United States of America.”

The speech closes with, “God bless our flag. God bless our troops. God bless America.”
In 2005, the Pentagon changed the speech to remove all references to the divine, substituting additional historical facts such as Neil Armstrong’s planting of an American flag on the moon in 1969. But many service members prefer the traditional speech and desire that version given at their own retirement celebrations.

Received from a friend

No further comment required.
Ask your self if you like your life as you have come to know it.   We are in for BIG changes and we aren't going to like most of them.

A lot of facts presented but several left out which happened recently in Europe and the U.S.A. Political correctness is wrecking America!
All American's must come together if we are to defeat terrorism. Currently our country is divided and that scares the daylights out of me!

Wake Up America
This is factually (and historically) correct - and fully verifiable:

In 732 A.D. the Muslim Army, which was moving on Paris, was defeated and turned back at Tours, France, by Charles Martell.

In 1571 A.D. the Muslim Army/Navy was defeated by the Italians and Austrians as they tried to cross the Mediterranean to attack southern Europe in the Battle of Lepanto.

In 1683 A.D. the Turkish Muslim Army, attacking Eastern Europe, was finally defeated in the Battle of Vienna by German and Polish Christian Armies.

This crap has been going on for 1,400 years, and half of the politicians don't even know it.

If these battles had not been won, we might be speaking Arabic and Christianity could be non-existent; Judaism certainly would not exist.

Reflecting:  A lot of Americans have become so insulated from reality that they imagine that America can suffer defeat without any inconvenience to themselves. 
Pause a moment and reflect back.

These events are actual events from history. They really happened!  Do you remember?  47 years since 1968 and this just keeps going on and on..........

1. In 1968, Bobby Kennedy was shot and killed by a Muslim male.

2. In 1972, at the Munich Olympics, Israeli athletes were kidnapped and massacred by Muslim males.

3. In 1972, a Pan Am 747 was hijacked and eventually diverted to Cairo where a fuse was lit on final approach. Shortly after landing it was blown up by Muslim males.

4. In 1973, a Pan Am 707 was destroyed in Rome, with 33 people killed, when it was attacked with grenades by Muslim males.

5. In 1979, the US embassy in Iran was taken over by Muslim males.

6. During the 1980's a number of Americans were kidnapped in Lebanon by Muslim males.

7. In 1983, the US Marine barracks in Beirut was blown up by Muslim males.

8. In 1985, the cruise ship Achille Lauro was hijacked and a 70-year old American passenger was murdered and thrown overboard in his wheelchair by Muslim males.

9. In 1985, TWA flight 847 was hijacked at Athens, and a US Navy diver trying to rescue passengers was murdered by Muslim males.

10. In 1988, Pan Am Flight 103 was bombed by Muslim males.

11. In 1993, the World Trade Center was bombed the first time by Muslim males.

12. In 1998, the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were bombed by Muslim males.

13. On 9/11/01, four airliners were hijacked; two were used as missiles to take down the World Trade Centers and of the remaining two, one crashed into the US Pentagon
and the other was diverted and crashed by the passengers. Thousands of people were killed by Muslim males.

14. In 2002, the United States fought a war in Afghanistan against Muslim males.

15. In 2002, reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and beheaded by - you guessed it - a Muslim male.
(Plus two other American journalists who were just recently beheaded).

16. In 2013, the Boston Marathon bombing resulted in 4 Innocent people, (including a child) being killed and 264 people injured by Muslim males.
17.  In 2016 the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history at a nightclub in Orlando Florida by a Muslim male Omar Mateen who made a 911 call during the massacre proclaiming he is an ISIS supporter.

No Obama, I really don't see a pattern here to justify profiling, do you?
So, to ensure we Americans never offend anyone, particularly fanatics intent on killing us, airport security screeners will no longer be allowed to profile certain people.
So, ask yourself "Just how stupid are we???"
Absolutely No Profiling!
They must conduct random searches of 80-year-old women, little kids, airline pilots with proper identification, secret agents who are members of the Obama's security detail, 85-year-old Congressmen with metal hips, and Medal of Honor winner and former Governor Joe Foss.
BUT........leave Muslim males alone lest we be guilty of profiling.
Ask yourself, "Just how stupid are we?"
Have the American people completely lost their minds or just their Power of Reason???
As the writer of the award winning story “Forrest Gump " so aptly put it, "Stupid Is as Stupid Does."
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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Thoughts on Orlando

So, the war we have been ignoring with Islam has come back to America after 15 years.

A Muslim jihadist who may or may not have enjoyed his visits to the Pulse gay club in Orlando finally did his holy duty as a devout Muslim and slaughtered a bunch of infidels involved in acts Allah (and Mohammed, PBUH) don't approve of, in a country described as the Great Satan.

Our "leader", Jugears Osama, can't even be bothered to give a phone call to the governor of Florida - but can call France to discuss the matter. Of course, in hos address to America, Islam and jihad were never mentioned, but sure as shootin', gun control was.

We have Senator Christopher Murphy (D-CT, of course) leading a filibuster in the Senate until that body finally "addresses gun control", as if that would have stopped the terrorist. I actually approve of the filibuster - while these idiots are bloviating, CONgress isn't passing any more infringements on Americans.

Talking heads still refer to the "gunman" - I've never understood this term. You never hear of a "knifeman" or a "batman" (baseball, not DC comic), but every shooting has a "gunman". I guess this is a mutation probably caused by chemtrails.

At least the death toll was almost instantly reduced from 50 to 49, as they deducted the quite justifiable shooting of the perpetrator by police from the list of victims.

I was pleasantly surprised to see an email from Russ Feingold about the atrocity that did not once mentioned guns. He did mention one of them "gunmen", though, and not a word about terror or it's cause.

Since when do we lower the flag after a war crime? Did we lower the flag after Pearl Harbor?

Why has there been exactly zero Muslim religious leaders speaking out against this atrocity if Islam is truly a religion of peace? I've heard a couple Muslims decry the act, but then, Islam instructs the faithful to lie when it advances Islam.

In Madison,Billy Graham's son spoke at a rally, and the lefties were out en masse protesting, since he's a Christian and proposes that we follow the law that has served America well for over 200 years, the law that incidentally happens to correspond with many Bible verses. Some of them had an alternative rally where a Jewish Rabbi spoke out urging acceptance, as did a black reverend. There was a Muslim leader there, who's unspeaking image was flashed as the reporter talked about how this rally was supposed to promote peace. I wonder what that gentleman had to say?

And I see now that today there was at least one attack in Texas at a Wal-Mart by a Muslim terrorist.

We are at war, We need to declare this and immediately take up Mr. Trump's idea about keeping people out who profess adherence to a "religion" that justifies acts like Orlando.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016


Wisconsin has about 5.760.000 residents.

300,000 of them have concealed carry permits as of the end of March.

So, the bad guys now have a better than 1 in 20 chance of finding an armed "victim". Even better odds if you count only persons over 21, as there are rules about who can get a CCW here.

I hear that violent crime rates are dropping here. I wonder why?

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Why we don't want gun control

Very clear reason - past the fact that "gun control" is illegal under our basic law...

Free speech?

I'm still leaning to Cruz...but Trump is beginning to seem inevitable. Hitlary is toast, if there is any justice, and Sanders, I hope, will wake up the majority of Americans who can still think, so we should be looking at a non-Demonrat President next November.

Trump scares me, because we only have his track record to judge by. Talk is cheap - deeds matter.

Friday, February 26, 2016

Movie reality?

So - "Black Lives Matter" supposedly sends some people in KKK sheets to a Trump rally.

Must have been watching "Blazing Saddles" while reading their little red books...

Those Trump KKK Supporters were #BlackLivesMatter Activists

Media outlets quickly picked up a story about two Klansmen in full robes and caps standing outside a Nevada caucus site to "support" Donald Trump. While Trump certainly has a very active Neo-Nazi Alt-Right base, it mostly spends its time on Twitter calling conservatives "cuckservatives" and retweeting anime and Taylor Swift memes to make themselves seem younger than they are. (That doesn't mean he's responsible for them.)
There was one obvious problem with these two KKK Trump supporters. They were black.
Snopes has a different take:
"Photos" that were circulating of one of the purported black men in the KKK outfit were actually stills or screenshots from a popular Dave Chappelle skit called "Blind Supremacy":

What a circus.

I'm still leaning toward Cruz.


Thursday, February 25, 2016


In the Beloit Daily News:

Streets awash in stolen guns

UNDER THE OPEN RECORDS law the Beloit Daily News asked for and obtained information on how many guns have been stolen since 2013 in the city.
The answer is 66.
THAT’S NOT TO SAY this newspaper is against any and all adjustments in gun laws. There are sensible reforms that may be worthwhile. No one needs assault-style rifles with extra-large ammunition magazines. No one needs armor penetrating ammunition. Government should consider closing sales loopholes for gun shows and perhaps even private parties that evade background checks. We think last year’s repeal by state leaders of Wisconsin’s 48-hour waiting period for handgun sales was a mistake and should be reinstated.
Case in point: Christopher O’Kroley is charged with gunning down a 24-year-old Stoughton woman the day after he bought a handgun legally without a waiting period. If O’Kroley had to wait one more day to obtain the gun would he still have killed the woman? No one can say one way or the other, but the case ought to give state legislators something to think about.
While we are very skeptical more gun laws will make criminals change their behavior, we’re also skeptical that making guns easier and quicker to obtain and carry will make us safer.

MEANWHILE, WE GIVE the Beloit Police Department credit for initiating a program to track stolen guns used in the commission of crimes. More data is a good thing.
The numbers of stolen guns here — and, by implication, the thousands of others across Wisconsin — ought to suggest to policymakers and law enforcement that more attention needs to be directed toward the black market for weapons. Undoubtedly, this is a key source for guns being used to shoot up our streets.
One more thing: Part of being a responsible gun owner is to keep your weapons secured. Lock up your guns so they are harder to steal.
I left a comment:

No one "needs" to be able to read anything they want to, whenever they want to. Perhaps we should regulate people's access to philosophy texts that might cause them to think in ways that we don't agree with.

The Second Amendment is very clear in it's wording. If you understand the thinking of the Founders, you realize that the "arms" mentioned are precisely "assault-style rifles with extra-large ammunition magazines: and "armor penetrating ammunition".

There is no "gun show loophole". All sales from Federally licensed dealers must be cleared through the FBI E-Check system, and in the case of handguns in Wisconsin, through the "Handgun Hotline". Sales between private parties are not regulated, but the BATFE takes a very dim view of private parties "dealing" in firearms.

If you look long enough, you will always be able to find a case where someone did something that would have been prevented if only that person had "obeyed the law". The trouble, as pointed out in this same editorial, is that criminals DO NOT obey laws. If someone is so without an internal moral compass that he or she will commit premeditated murder, a waiting period won;t change things. On the other hand, there have been cases of women killed by persons bound by restraining orders while they waited for that same (the BDN website truncated the comment here - had to post the rest as a second comment) waiting period to expire - they were rendered defenseless by the law meant to "protect" them.

Laws are not the answer. Follow the Constitution. Teach children history and respect. Teach children how to properly handle firearms - this should be as much a part of public education as physical education is. Allow law-abiding people un-infringed access to the arms that are their right to keep and bear. Accept the fact that some persons will be criminals or deranged regardless of any laws - and that we need to be prepared to defend against them at any time.

The police are second-responders. The victim of a crime is the person there first. Give him or her a fighting chance, or at least the right to decide if they want to be capable of defense!

Almost every "mass shooting" in this country has been in a "gun free" area. Think about that. Perhaps there's a really useful law that could be enacted - make anyone who posts a "no guns" sign responsible for any act of violence committed with a firearm on their premises.

As far as "tracking" stolen guns - how does that help the victims? Unless you can tie the gun to the shooter under legal rules of evidence, where it came from is irrelevant.

By the way - where is it outrage over President Obama's administration's "Fast and Furious" operation, where hundreds of those evil "assault rifles" were purposely allowed to be sold - illegally - to Mexican drug dealers? How about we enforce some of THOSE laws before saddling good citizens with yet more useless - and illegal - waiting periods and limits on private sales?

Read that Second Amendment again. And, if you own a gun - keep it secured. If you are not carrying it or within arm's reach of it -KEEP IT LOCKED UP.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016


Bill Whittle on gun violence

Letter to Mr. Russ Feingold

Got an email from good 'ol Russ - he wants me to tell the GOP leadres to approve Jugears' appointment to the Supreme Court, regardless of what a mess his likely appointee would make of what's left of the Constitution.

His email:

Russ for Wisconsin
Friend --

President Obama will soon nominate someone to succeed Justice Scalia on the Supreme Court. This responsibility is not only critical to the operation of our highest court, it is a responsibility explicitly laid out in our Constitution: The president shall appoint a justice to serve our nation and the Senate will provide "advice and consent."

Once President Obama nominates a new justice, the Republican-led Senate can consider the nominee and decide not to support them -- that's their right, and it's what the Constitution means by "advice and consent."

What the Senate cannot do is abdicate this constitutional responsibility. Yet Senator Ron Johnson has proposed doing exactly that. He's putting Republican party politics ahead of our Constitution and offering up only excuses. "Doing nothing is also an action," he said this week.

His "doing nothing" is actually not action, it's partisan obstruction. His "doing nothing" is why Washington has become so dysfunctional. His "doing nothing" flies in the face of his constitutional responsibility, and it has to stop. So I'm calling on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senator Johnson, and other Senate Republicans to drop their knee-jerk obstruction and give the president's Supreme Court nominee fair consideration.

But I need your help to build pressure.

Tell Mitch McConnell, Ron Johnson, and the Senate to do their jobs and give fair consideration to President Obama's Supreme Court justice nominee.

The Supreme Court plays a unique role in applying the Constitution to important questions of American life and business, but if Senator Johnson and other Senate Republicans continue on this damaging path, our country could be waiting over a year for a new Supreme Court justice.
Join me in reminding Senator Johnson, Mitch McConnell, and other Senate Republicans of their crucial responsibility.

Tell Senator Ron Johnson, Mitch McConnell, and the Senate to do their jobs and give fair consideration to President Obama's justice nominee.

Senator Johnson's tactics have already damaged one branch of government -- we can't let him use the same tactics on another.

Thank you,
Russ Feingold

(links removed. Don't want anyone to accidentally give him any encouragement. If  YOU want to send him anything, look up the email yourself!)

My response:

Dear Mr. Feingold,

Yes, the Senate has the authority to approve or disapprove a Presidential Supreme Court appointment.

What they do not have is a Constitutional responsibility to approve an appointee who will not rule based upon the original intent and wording of the Constitution. They do not have the responsibility to approve someone who will legislate from the bench.

The Supreme Court is not there to interpret the Constitution as a "living document" - they are there to rule on cases and how the Constitution, as written and ans originally intended, allows or prohibits that particular law in question.

We have had entirely too much "interpretation" from the Supreme Court in my lifetime. It's time for this to end.

If President Obama nominates someone with the above credentials and judicial record, I am all for them. Otherwise, let's wait until next February.

There is no case before the Supreme Court so critical tha we need to rush this. I cannot conceive of any such case arising in the next year.

Except, possibly, a ruling on whether or not we have had a legitimate President for the last two terms - and even that could wait until next year - he's already done about all the damage he could, unless the CONgress refuses to do their jobs.


Chuck Kuecker
Beloit, WI.

Funny how when the Demonrats obstructed Republican appointees, there was no hoo-haw raised...

Monday, February 15, 2016

Educational video

Explains racial inequality - as per the liberal left.

This is being shown in some schools - with the intent of putting a guilt trip on white students.
A few notes:
1. Discrimination has been part of human society since the first men split into groups that developed apart from each other - when they came over the hill and met up again after decades, they were treated as "the other". Human nature. Not a nice thing, but also not something that can be legislated out of existence. "Affirmative action" probably did more to hurt miorities than Dred Scott.
2. Poor schooling. Before the liberals got hold of America's  school system, it produced people like George Washington Carver and Martin Luther King, Jr. Then, the government razed all the "ghettos" and forced people into Soviet-style gulags, where gangs sprouted up as an unintended consequence of the "war on drugs". Is it any wonder that whole generations grew up thinking that shcool was worthless?

3. Underemployment - see #2.

4. Standardize tests - see #2.

5. School to prison pipeline - see #2.

6. Housing segregation - not an issue in most places since the '60's. Unless you want to count people on welfare not being able to move into McMansions...

7. Racial profiling - a weasel word for being able to notice the disproportionate difference in crime rates among different groups - again, see #2 above.
And the hint about "drug tests" - they affect everyone who wants a job these days, but are NOT required to get governmental assistance - read, live off the productive citizens...

8. Shortened lifespan - possibly linked to lifestyle? Lots of white folk in this bunch these days.

9. "Privilege" - the whole excuse for this video - let's make the white boy feel bad if he succeeds.

No one gave me a leg up or a free ride - I had to earn everything I have, and the liberals reward me with "Jugearscare" and yet more taxes, and in many cases, especially in government jobs, allow less-qualified individuals in over qualified males and white females, all in the name of "affirmative action".

Seen at Hot Air

Friday, February 5, 2016

Letter to the editor

Just got one of those "chain emails" . I think this one's worth propagating.


For some reason, people have difficulty structuring their arguments when arguing against supporting the currently proposed immigration revisions. This lady made the argument pretty simple. NOT printed in the Orange  County Paper .....

Newspapers simply won't publish letters to the editor which they either deem politically incorrect (read below) or which do not agree with the philosophy they're pushing on the public. This woman wrote a great letter to the editor that should have been published; but, with your help, it will get published via cyberspace!

From: "David LaBonte"

My wife, Rosemary, wrote a wonderful letter to the editor of the OC Register which, of course, was not printed. So, I decided to "print"
it myself by sending it out on the Internet. Pass it along if you feel so inclined. Written in response to a series of letters to the editor in the Orange  County Register:

Dear Editor:
So many letter writers have based their arguments on how this land is made up of immigrants. Ernie Lujan for one, suggests we should tear
down the Statue of Liberty   because the people now in question aren't
being treated the same as those who passed through Ellis Islandand other ports of entry.

Maybe we should turn to our history books and point out to people like Mr. Lujan why today's American is not willing to accept this new kind of immigrant any longer. Back in 1900 when there was a rush from all areas of Europe to come to the United States, people had to get off a ship and stand in a long line in New York and be documented. Some
would even get   down on their hands and knees and kiss the ground.
They made a pledge to uphold the laws and support their new country in good and bad times. They made learning English a primary rule in their new American households and some even changed their names to blend in with their new home.

They had waved good-bye to their birth place to give their children a new life and did everything in their power to help their children assimilate into one culture.
Nothing was handed to them. No free lunches, no welfare, no labor laws to protect them. All they had were the skills and craftsmanship they had brought with them to trade for a future of prosperity.

Most of their children came of age when World War II broke out. My father fought alongside men whose parents had come straight over from Germany , Italy , France and Japan . None of these 1st generation Americans ever gave any thought about what country their parents had come from.
They were Americans fighting Hitler, Mussolini and the Emperor of Japan . They were defending the United States of America as one people

When we liberated France , no one in those villages were looking for the French-American or the German-American or the Irish-American. The people of France saw only Americans. And we carried one flag that represented one country.
Not one of those immigrant sons would have thought about picking up another country's flag and waving it to represent who they were. It would have been a disgrace to their parents who had sacrificed so much to be here.
These immigrants truly knew what it
meant to be an American. They stirred the melting pot into one Red, White and Blue bowl.

And here we are with a new kind of immigrant who wants the same rights and privileges. Only they want to achieve it by playing with a different set of rules, one that includes the entitlement card and a guarantee of being faithful to their mother country.
I'm sorry, that's not what being an American is all about. I believe that the immigrants who landed on Ellis Island in the early 1900's deserve better than that for all the toil, hard work and sacrifice in raising future generations to create a land that has become a beacon for those legally searching for a better life.
I think they would be appalled that they are being used as an example by those waving foreign country flags.

And for that suggestion about taking down the Statue of Liberty , it happens to mean a lot to the citizens who are voting on the immigration bill. I wouldn't start talking about dismantling the United States just yet.

Rosemary LaBonte

Friday, January 15, 2016

The secret is out!

Remember the good old days when you could go to the airport and watch the takeoffs and landings?

Then Big Brother stopped that with the weak excuse of "terrorism". But could there be another reason?

The truth will out!

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Empty chair

So, Jugears is going to have an "empty chair" next to Moochelle to represent all the "victims of gun violence"

Fitting, as "gun violence" does not exist, so there are no victims.

It would be more fitting to leave an empty seat for all the victims of liberalism, socialism, and government in general...