Did I say “Israelis”?
I meant to say “Muslims”
I posted this video on the previous post. Youtube removed it, probably due to mass reporting for horror in content. The last part of the video actually does contain a great deal of harsh violence. But this violence is the modus operandi of the muslims who are taking over more and more parts of Iraq and Syria.
The last surviving member of the crew that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, hastening the end of World War II and forcing the world into the atomic age, has died in Georgia.
Theodore VanKirk, also known as “Dutch,” died Monday of natural causes at the retirement home where he lived in Stone Mountain, Georgia, his son Tom VanKirk said. He was 93.
VanKirk flew nearly 60 bombing missions, but it was a single mission in the Pacific that secured him a place in history. He was 24 years old when he served as navigator on the Enola Gay, the B-29 Superfortress that dropped the first atomic bomb deployed in wartime over the Japanese city of Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945.
Punchable Face Cage Match #3
Yeah… that’s why they do it…
What a stunningly stupid thing to say.
This is so dumb it sounds like something Saturday Night Live would falsely attribute to Sarah Palin.
Put these groups in the order that reflects how much you despise them.
Starting with the group you loathe most, put them in descending order. IE: B, D, A, C…
Mr. Fleming says – “Wow, BigFurHat, I’m impressed by your readers’ rapid and enthusiastic responses!”
So, he will exchange a book for an earnest review, from all takers. This is quite a generous offer.
For a free download you can contact Mr. Fleming directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also – Here is a link to Forty Days At Kamas by Preston Fleming if you’re interested in buying a copy.
Who wants to be a book reviewer?
2 volunteers will receive a free copy for review. Your commentary will be published on iOTW.
First two who say “I’ll do it,” will be put in contact with the author.
FORTY DAYS AT KAMAS
Inspired by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s account of a Soviet labor camp revolt in Gulag Archipelago, Volume III, the story of FORTY DAYS AT KAMAS follows political prisoners and security officials at a corrective labor camp in Kamas, Utah, where inmates seize control during the summer of 2024.
Kamas, Utah. 2024. In the totalitarian dystopia that America has become after the Unionist Party’s rise to power, the American West contains vast Restricted Zones dotted with ghost towns, scattered military garrisons and corrective labor camps where the regime disposes of its real and suspected enemies. Kamas is one such camp.
On a frigid March night, a former businessman from Pittsburgh, Paul Wagner, arrives at a labor camp in Utah’s Kamas Valley, a dozen miles east of the deserted resort town of Park City, which prisoners are dismantling as part of a massive recycling project.
When Wagner arrives, he is unaware that his eleven-year-old daughter, Claire, has set off to Utah to find him after becoming separated from her mother at the Philadelphia Airport. By an odd quirk of fate, Claire has traveled on the same train that carried her father into internal exile.
Only after Wagner has renounced all hope of survival, cast his lot with anti-regime hard-liners and joined them in an unprecedented and suicidal revolt does he discover that Claire has become a servant in the home of the camp’s Deputy Warden. Wagner is torn between his devotion to family and loyalty to his fellow rebels until, on the eve of an armored assault intended to crush the revolt, he faces an agonizing choice between a hero’s death and a coward’s freedom.
In FORTY DAYS AT KAMAS, author Preston Fleming offers a stirring portrait of a man determined to survive under the bleakest of conditions and against formidable odds. Fleming’s gift for evocative prose brings the characters and events to life in a way that arouses emotional tension while also engaging the reader’s intellect with fundamental questions about the future of American society.
- Preston Fleming
Bachmann: ‘We Saw Border Processing, Not Border Security’
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), recently returned from a trip to the Southwest border, says no one is being turned away:
“We saw border processing, not border security,” Bachmann said in a news release describing her trip to Brownsville, McAllen and Laredo.
“While the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Agency performs admirably on a daily basis, their purpose has become people processing — not stopping foreign nationals from unauthorized entry into the U.S.
“Currently, not one person who attempts to come into the country is stopped; instead, they are taken to a processing center before a decision is made if they will be allowed to stay,” she added.
HealthCare.gov tweeted out an extremely creepy tweet, implying that “Daddy’s Little Girl” should extend forever, and that perhaps daddy has his little girl in a pit in the basement.
We’re not sure if daddy refers to the State, or one’s actual biological father. Either way, the infantilizing of America is depressing.
Story at TWITCHY. (The GOV deleted the tweet.)
Well, I feel their pain.
Hillary Clinton is now joining fellow Democrats in condemning the Redskins’ name as “insensitive.”
Speaking with Fusion TV’s Jorge Ramos, the former secretary of state said she “would love to see” the NFL team’s owners change the name to something less offensive to Native Americans.
“I think there’s no reason for it to continue as the name of a team in our nation’s capital,” she said.
Asked if she had any ideas for a replacement name, Mrs. Clinton responded: “No. No. I haven’t thought a lot about that.”
How about the DC Cankles?
The Washington Knee Pads?
Washington Inside Hers?
Winner of Cage Match 1 HERE