…On Drudge this evening.   They even put up their siren icon… .  Heh.

sirenI like it.

Nothing to See Here…. .

see_no_evil_hear_no_evil_speak_no_evilSuppose we read with great interest all the under-handed, back room dealing, conniving, cheating, pay for play scandals and learn about how honest and noble our representatives are…or were.

CNN said we, the little people, would be subject to arrest, as “…only the media can read this material…”.

Yeah, that would be something.

CNN: It Is Illegal For Voters To Possess Wikileaks Material

Its the Toddlers!

the-map2Good grief.   What a bunch BS…. .

Keeping guns out of the hands of dangerous people saves lives. And expanding Brady background checks to every sale is the best way to stop dangerous felons, domestic abusers, fugitives, and terrorists from buying guns.

Howzat, exactly?

Sad Dog.

399869fa00000578-3860992-image-m-16_1477088378009That is pretty sad…. .

Dogs will do that.  Here, he’s waiting for his pack, and can’t understand where they went.


“Dogs have given us their absolute all. We are the center of their universe. We are the focus of their love and faith and trust. They serve us in return for scraps. It is without a doubt the best deal man has ever made. ”

― Roger A. Caras


Face the Dock.

GettyImages-159924056-hillary-glasses-2-640x480Yes, that is a fair question…. .

On Thursday, when federal prosecutors announced charges against Martin under the Espionage Act for mishandling classified documents, people wondered, “but what about Hillary Clinton?” 

In principle, both did the same thing. Martin, as a National Security Agency contractor, stored classified documents in his home, which was unauthorized. Clinton, as Secretary of State, stored classified documents on her personal server in her home.  Again, unauthorized. On its face, it seems pretty much the same. 

Legally, the big difference is this: Martin admitted he knew the documents were classified and admitted that what he did was wrong and illegal.  Game over.

He should have “lawyered up” before opening his mouth.  Or consulted Clinton.

….and this, in the context of recent polling that suggests that Clinton SHOULD have been indicted…. .

Something to be said for keeping your mouth shut.  Some can do it, and some cannot.  And its important.

Glenn Beck Gets Money from Clinton. Maybe.


….for voter suppression.   Hmm.


Bombshell: Clinton Foundation paid Glenn Beck & Bill Kristol to suppress votes?


On one hand, maybe not legit.  On the other, well, why am I not surprised.   And over 300k to the Black Panthers?!  What, prey tell, kind of suppression can we suppose they are doing?

Ohh, I know, how about this:


Cancel your Beck TV if you have not already, and add, I donno, Mark Levin.  

Pensacola Chimney.

img_2459Was in Pensacola yesterday, for some business.   Found this thing.

The Hyer-Knowles Mill had loading docks on both the old carriage road (now Scenic Highway), which connected to the north-south Spanish Trail and on Escambia Bay to the east. The chimney is now the only trace of what was the first major industrial belt on the Gulf Coast- –string antebellum wood mills, paper processing plants and brick factories. In fact, the bricks in the base of the chimney bear the mark “J Gonzalez,” showing they were produced at the local brick plant of James Gonzalez north of the site.

One of the oldest structures in Pensacola.  Used to be part of a lumber mill.   Destroyed by the Confederates in the Civil war so as to keep it from the Yanks.

And the bricks were made by slaves.   Given today’s climate, I’m surprised some don’t go and try to topple it.

It is located on a portion of Highway 90 that is Scenic Highway in Pensacola, Florida. The highway is the first Florida State “Scenic Highway” designated on April 13, 1998 as Pensacola Scenic Bluffs Highway.

On March 10, 2009 an application was submitted to the State of Florida Division of Historical Resources for the consideration of the placement of Old Chimney Park on the National Register of Historic Places. On May 24, 2012 the Scenic Highway Foundation received the notification that the site had been listed in the National Register of Historic Places.