Top Benefits Of Going Paperless/Topless

Leave it to the Onion, though I could have come up with a far better list.

For starters, I would have changed the title to “The Top Benefits of Going Topless.


Then I would have written an article featuring only topless women and let the chips fall where they may.

Why not start with Megyn Kelly.

Of course, there would be other skanky looking babes, something for everyone.

Crossdressers, lesbians, fat chick, skinny chicks, chicks with zits, babes with zits on their tits, the whole tamale.

Sadly, for our more perverted readers, there will be no porn.

Yea, I know, it, sucks to be you. 

Remember, “Life’s a bitch and then you marry one.”


    • Far fewer moments where you must say the word “ream”

    • Can use money allocated for printing expenses to purchase more brisket

  • No longer haunted by the angry ghosts of all the trees you’ve slaughtered

  • Paper correspondence will start to be associated with special occasions, such as wedding invitations or subpoenas

  • Rifling through trash can now be enjoyed as a purely recreational activity




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Democrats Block Witnesses from Testifying in House Intel Probe

The audio by Mark Levine is just classic.


He takes the Republicans completely apart.

He explains the facts on this issue to the listener.

After this, it’s time for the “Fat Lady,” to start warming up the vocal chords, this party is about over.

Scheduled appearance by key witness Carter Page canceled.



The Washington Free Beacon

June 21, 2017

House Democrats are continuing to block testimony from about a dozen witnesses who sought to appear before the intelligence oversight panel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Congressional officials said one of the key witnesses, former informal adviser to the Trump campaign Carter Page, was scheduled to testify at a closed hearing of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

But Democrats on the committee blocked the testimony, asserting they needed more time to prepare.


“He’s the guy that many Democrats have been pointing to as the supposed mastermind and you would think they were interested hearing his story,” said one Capitol Hill official.

Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.), the committee’s Democratic leader, did not respond to emails seeking comment on the blocked testimony.

Schiff has asserted in the past that evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign is “more than circumstantial,” contrary to other intelligence and congressional oversight members who have said there is no evidence.


On Sunday, Schiff appeared to back off his earlier comments somewhat. Pressed on ABC News to explain the nature of the evidence of collusion, the lawmaker said: “Well, I think there is evidence. I can’t go into the particulars of our closed investigation. But I also think there is also evidence of obstruction. But in both cases, I would say, whether there is some evidence doesn’t mean there is proof beyond a reasonable doubt.”


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UPDATE: Democrats incapable of learning from continued losses

The images below are priceless!


We were led to believe the election was going to be a nail-biter… maybe a recount.

Truth be told and that’s all we do here,

Democrats are capable of being nothing less and nothing more that obstructionists.

Can the reader recall any legislation ultimately signed into law that worked?



Once again, American wants to make America Great Again! Pajama boy goes back to his parent’s house and learns the 6th district red carpet isn’t out for him.

Shades of November CNN.


Legal Insurrection summed it up with my observation and description precisely:


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[Featured Image source: Daniel Scroggins on Twitter: “The moment CNN projected #Handel to win.

The looks on their faces are priceless!”




As I often do on election nights when Democratic disappointment is likely to be highest, I watched MSNBC.

First I watched Rachel Maddow, then Lawrence O’Donnell.

The MSNBC coverage was nothing short of delusional.

The “a loss is really a win” approach was pervasive.

Hope sprang eternal.

                                                                     Can CNN trust its own polls?


Maddow in particular continued to spin Trump Russia conspiracy theories.

O’Donnell went on and on about how the Republican healthcare bill would be the doom of Republicans.

A phrase used frequently on O’Donnell’s show was that this was an “ominous win” for Republicans because the margin was lower than when Tom Price won — ignoring that the Republican outperformed Trump’s win.

CNN was not quite as bad, at least they had on Larry Sabato to make a wake up call for Democrats.

But even on CNN, most of the commentary was playing that same “a loss is really a win” theme.

I don’t think Democrats understand that their *Resistance* strategy is not working.

But they are so emotionally invested in it, they can’t see their way out.

CNN was not quite as bad, at least they had on Larry Sabato to make a wake up call for Democrats.

But even on CNN, most of the commentary was playing that same “a loss is really a win” theme.

I don’t think Democrats understand that their *Resistance* strategy is not working.

But they are so emotionally invested in it, they can’t see their way out.




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FBI is the Corrupt Enforcer of the Power Elite

Those who have followed the partisan witch hunt in an attempt to remove Donald J. Trump from the presidency have made a colossal spectacle of themselves and will ultimately fail.

Ah yes, the alleged “Russia Connection,” It’s time to send both Comey and Mueller, both clowns,  to Russia to brush up on their interrogation techniques.


“Just the minute the FBI begins making recommendations on what should be done with its information, it becomes a Gestapo”. – J. Edgar Hoover

For his part, Hover was alleged to have been a cross-dressing homosexual fruit cake that enjoyed wearing a ballerina’s tutu as he pranced around his office. (Source)




Inherent Autonomy

Harvey Silvergate

June 21, 2017


Back in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, your friendly neighbors gathered around the television set to watch the F.B.I. Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. play the All-American Inspector Lewis Erskine.

J. Edgar Hoover “took pains to protect the image of his beloved FBI” so when he finally gave his seal of approval to ABC’s request for a series that simply would be called The FBI; you know that the scripts would reinforce the Bureau as the preeminent law enforcement organization.

Well, back in the day, the public impression was that of a law enforcement outfit functioning as their name implies; INVESTIGATIONS.

Whatever abuses Hoover preceded over, his successors as confirmed directors all shared one common bond that inhibits the actual operations of criminal probes.

Yes, each of Hoover’s heirs of access to the FBI extensive data bases and spying networks was an attorney.

The FBI backgrounds on Directors,  Clarence M. Kelley, William H. Webster, William S. Sessions, Louis J. Freeh, Robert S. Mueller, III and James B. Comey show a deficiency in performing their duties as policemen while becoming adapt at navigating the treacherous waters of political intrigue.

When the top cop thinks and maneuvers as a lawyer, investigation becomes politicized.


Former FBI Chief Comes Clean About Conspiracies And Corruption
His name is Ted Gunderson, and he is an American hero.


The current Comey example stands out as an undisputable example a Director confusing his role with the constitutional duties of the Department of Justice.

When the FBI becomes a protection racket for political cronies, all the rhetoric and disclaimers in the world will not remove the stench from the failed duty of a corrupt leaker in chief.

Indeed, it should not be an impediment to lead the FBI by avoiding law school, but should actually be a restriction since ethics and moral character is often sacrificed when joining the esquire bar and becoming one of the above the law facilitators.

A Forbes account asks, Is The FBI A Racketeering Organization? Most are familiar with the FBI’s involvement with Boston mobster James “Whitey” Bulger.

The author of this article, Harvey Silverglate concludes.

“If the Bulger saga were the only example of such unsavory conduct by the FBI, one could argue that this level of corruption was not sufficiently embedded and widespread to constitute the kind of racketeering enterprise that the RICO statute targets.

But the FBI’s lawless, or at least highly dubious, activity goes well beyond this.”


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EXCLUSIVE: Top Election Official Found ‘No Credible Evidence of Election Tampering’

So who are we to believe?


Of course, there was fraud in the election of 2016.

How else would Democrats have a chance to win if they didn’t cheat?

Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson’s findings are completely ludicrous.


The logical solution would be to issue a tamper proof voter identification card with the individual’s picture on it.

Democrats will always be against that as the cry it disenfranchises the black and poor voters among us, exactly the voters to whom they pander keeping them indentured servants on the federal plantation in exchange for the free stuff that isn’t free.

If the federal government were serious about this issue, they would remove everyone’s name from the voter rolls and start over.

That’s not likely to happen as the party without a positive agenda for America, Democrats would have an even more dismal future.


Remember, “If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.”~ Mark Twain


The Daily Caller News Foundation
Richard Pollock
 June 21, 2017
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson will tell the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Wednesday that officials saw no “credible evidence” of election hacking or vote-counting “subject to manipulation in any state or locality in the 2016 election cycle,” The Daily Caller News Foundation’s (TheDCNF) Investigative Group has learned.



Lawson, the incoming president of the non-partisan National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS), will pointedly emphasize that former President Barack Obama’s administration never warned election officials of a threat to electoral systems.

Why would they?

The NASS represents 50 Secretaries of State and Lieutenant Governors who are responsible for overseeing election machinery across the country. There are no national elections in America, as presidential and congressional balloting is conducted in 50 separate state and district elections.

“No major cybersecurity issues were reported on Election Day: November 8, 2016,” Lawson will say, according to an advance copy of her prepared testimony obtained by TheDCNF.

Her testimony is in stark contrast to a flurry of media reports alleging Russia cracked as many as 39 state election systems.


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Congress Pushes Bill to Let Lawmakers Carry Concealed Weapons Anywhere in U.S.

Well now, isn’t this special?


From the left waste their time making sure We the People can’t get permits to carry weapons yet let a couple of their own get hit and they are all over the concept of concealed carry.

Law abiding citizens daily face more dangerous situations than encountering a random nut job at a baseball field. 

Some states like CA are “Will issue,” not “Shall issue states.”

The former implies that the county sheriff has the decision to issue or not to issue.

Shall issue states means that anyone legally eligible to own a gun with no negative background information on them shall bee issued a permit.

The delusional politicians who desire gun free zones will never get them, they will just create a group of formerly law-abiding citizens into criminals.

Of course not one of them has considered that murderers, rapists, home invaders and vicious thugs carry with no training or permits ever issued.

Currently a CCW permit holder, my “Good Cause,” personal self-defense.




The Washington Free Beacon

By: Adam Kredo

June 21, 2017

Bill to boost security for members after Alexandria shooting

Congress is considering new legislation that would permit lawmakers to carry a concealed firearm wherever they perform official duties across the United States, according to a copy of the new bill that marks an unprecedented effort to help lawmakers confront a growing threat to their safety.


WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 14: A U.S. Capitol Police officer stands guard in front of the U.S. Capitol Building, on June 14, 2017 in Washington, DC. This morning House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) and others were shot by a gunman during Congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Rep. Brian Babin (R., Texas) introduced the legislation on Tuesday, about a week after a radicalized shooter opposed to President Donald Trump and Republicans shot Rep. Steve Scalise (R., La.), a congressional staffer, a lobbyist, and two Capitol police officers in Virginia.

The legislation would enable certified members of Congress to carry a concealed weapon “in nearly every conceivable scenario,” according to information released by Babin’s office.


The legislation would supersede any other state or federal concealed carry laws, meaning that lawmakers would still enjoy the privilege even if secondary laws state otherwise.

This is particularly significant, as the District of Columbia has notoriously strict gun laws that have complicated similar efforts in the past.

Members of Congress would be able to carry a concealed firearm in “federal parks and buildings, the national mall, to and from their offices, at schools and military bases” with just “a few limited restrictions,” according to Babin’s office.

“The tragic events of last week make it clearer than ever that we need to take steps to enable Members of Congress to protect themselves,” Babin said in a statement.

“We also know that an even greater tragedy was averted only because of the brave actions by two armed Capitol Police special agents who happened, mercifully, to be on site.”

Babin maintains the bill “would ensure rank and file Members of Congress have the opportunity to defend themselves by providing them the ability to concealed carry in nearly every scenario with only a few restrictions.”

It is a direct response to the increased threat posed to federal lawmakers.

“With the increase in security threats to Members of Congress and our staffs, this is an important and necessary step that we must take,” Babin said.

Lawmakers would be granted the ability to qualify for a concealed carry permit, through home-state training or through the Capitol Police, according to the bill.

The U.S. Capitol Police also would be granted the discretion to determine proper training, licensing, and the parameters of use.

Members of Congress would be permitted to pay for the training out of their own allowance funds, according to the bill.



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Iran Missile Strike Escalates War Between Radical Shia and Sunnis

It certainly didn’t take a rocket scientist to see this one coming.


Now that the Sunni and Shia are doing what they continually do, kill each other in inexplicable rages of fratricide it’s time to upload the most recently engineered version of the Stuxnet virus which brought Iranian nuclear enrichment to a stand still. (Source)

Of course one of the last things we want to see is for the Saudi’s and a coalition they form from Middle-Eastern allies to wipe Tehran and  Natanz nuclear complex from the face of the earth.

That’s right, every last man, woman, and child.

It they aren’t jihadists today, they will be taught to become one.


This recent undated satellite image provided by Space Imaging/Inta SpaceTurk shows the once-secret Natanz nuclear complex in Natanz, Iran, about 150 miles south of Tehran.

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I’ve read it and found it more than informative.



by Yaakov Lappin

The Investigative Project on Terrorism
Special to IPT News

June 20, 2017

Iran’s recent missile attack on ISIS targets in eastern Syria represents another escalation in the ongoing war between radical Shi’ites and jihadist Sunnis across the Middle East.


Iran, which is leading an array of heavily armed Shi’ite proxies and militias deployed in the region, fired a volley of six to seven missiles at targets located 700 kilometers away.

It was in retaliation for deadly ISIS terror attacks earlier this month on Tehran’s parliament and a shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini, who founded the Islamic Republic.

Israeli sources have reportedly said that most of the missiles missed their targets.


But more missile strikes could follow.

Despite Tehran’s rhetoric, however, those strikes will not target strong states in the region anytime soon, a senior defense expert told the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT).

The Syrian strikes mark the first time Iran fired surface-to-surface missiles outside of testing programs since the Iran-Iraq war, nearly 30 years ago, said Tal Inbar, head of the Space and UAV Research Center at the Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies in Herzliya, Israel.

“In this respect, there is perhaps a certain crossing of a psychological line.

Ballistic missiles are seen as strategic weapons that are rarely used,” he said.

Shedding light on the type of missile used, dubbed the Zolfaghar (apparently named after the sword of Imam Ali, the first imam of Shi’ite Islam), Inbar said.

“This is the most advanced of a whole family of solid fuel missiles, that began with the Fateh 110 missile.

The Fateh 110 missile exists in Syria, and according to many reports, it has also been passed on to Hizballah [in Lebanon].”

This family of Iranian missiles comes with advanced guidance systems, including satellite guidance, Inbar said, though their performance in the June 18 strike had to be assessed.


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