Of the Day

Random thoughts as they come to mind inspired by the insanity at the time.

In a harbor called Pearl two grand ships guard the past

December 4, 2016
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In a harbor called Pearl two grand ships guard the past

The keel of BB-39 was laid down in the Brooklyn Navy Yard on March 16, 1914, four months before the beginning of what we now refer to as World War I and more than three years before the United States would at last enter that “Great War” on April 6, 1917. Ironic by today’s conditions,…

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Trump v Obama on Castro death, it’s Trump hands down.

November 27, 2016
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Trump v Obama on Castro death, it’s Trump hands down.

It is no secret that today’s Democrat party would be unrecognizable to its former standard bearers, JFK, Truman and FDR. Imagine the party of today that literally works overtime to remove any mention of God from the public square putting up with FDR taking to the radio on June 6th, 1944 with the following opening:…

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Violence doth not a protest make: Soros and the anti-Trump riots

November 20, 2016
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Violence doth not a protest make:  Soros and the anti-Trump riots

A prayer for the protester; Election 2016: The Soros is my master; I shall not think He maketh me to lie down in public streets: he leadeth me beside violent acts. He restoreth my iphone, he leadeth me in the paths of anarchy for his name’s sake. Yea though I whine through the valley of…

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Trump v Clinton: An alternative editorial

October 9, 2016
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Trump v Clinton:  An alternative editorial

Publisher’s Note:  Early this morning I read an editorial of my hometown newspaper (and one that publishes my Sunday column) the Joplin Globe endorsing Hillary Clinton for President. The first four paragraphs in italics are from the Hillary endorsement editorial. The remainder are my words from a Constitutional conservative “there are far bigger things to…

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9/11 at 15: We’ve made it worse

September 11, 2016
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9/11 at 15: We’ve made it worse

On the morning of September 11, 2001, pure, unadulterated evil appeared on the door step of the United States of America.  It did not knock; it did not ring the doorbell.  It blasted its way into our history with a depravity of soul unfathomable to the civilized world. Not since the Imperial Navy of the…

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From Reagan to Obama: Fitzwater’s recap vs McFeatter’s fantasies

February 7, 2016
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For your perusing, the email that went out to subscribers this morning: Good Sunday morning all. There are a couple of things this morning important enough to pass along via the email list. The first is the attachment. It’s dated February 6, 2016 and is identified as Marlin Fitzwater’s remarks from the Reagan Presidential Library…

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