Monday, January 30, 2017

See ya!

Trump fires Acting AG for refusing to defend his immigration order.

Good. There's no reason at all to give these Obama-appointed hacks any wiggle room. So...

Interesting selection

Keith Wood over at Guns and Ammo provides a list of the top ten gun movies on Netflix. I'm embarrassed to say I've only seen two: Lonesome Dove (a miniseries rather than a movie, as all of you know), and The Ghost and the Darkness.

Just when we thought we'd heard the last from her

Hillary reportedly is now considering her own television show.
“She thinks being the host of a popular TV show would energize the Democratic Party base and her tens of millions of fans. It’s a way to make a comeback and position herself for another run at the White House starting in a year or so.”
She's like the Blob, in the 1958 sci-fi flick (and early Steve McQueen vehicle) of the same name. Remember the ending?

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Sunday funnies

Wooooooo! Night of the Liberal Dead...

Flowers and chocolates are so yesterday. Put yourself in solid with your main squeeze with something different this year.

Contrary to popular belief, the T-Rex was actually pretty public-spirited.

Teddy Roosevelt was a serious big game hunter...

And in case you missed it, the folks at Bad Lip Reading have fun with the inauguration...

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Hey, lefties

You don't need Babelfish to help you learn how to talk to real people. Just follow these tips from John Nolte.

So much winning, my head is spinning

The leftist wymyn's march was largely a failure, and the March for Life received more coverage than it probably ever has - the first due to the rabid, non-inclusive, single-issue partisanship provoked by Trump's election, and the latter due to a few straightforward observations and comments by Trump, himself.

Oh, and here's some advice, leftist wymyn: if you want to be taken seriously, you need to do a better job vetting your speakers:
The Women’s March on Washington last week featured as a speaker convicted felon Donna Hylton who, along with several others, kidnapped a man and then tortured him to death.
Caution: if you read the linked story, be forewarned that the details surrounding the last days of Ms. Hylton's victim are sickening.

Friday, January 27, 2017

Happy Feet Friday

All-female band International Sweethearts of Rhythm perform "She's Crazy with the Heat" (nice solo work on the piano, sax and trumpet).

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Is there anything he can't do?

The keepers of the Doomsday Clock have moved us 30 seconds closer to midnight because of...Donald Trump.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Two peas in a pod

Take the "Who Said What?" quiz, featuring Che and Hitler!

Resist what?

The constitution? The peaceful transfer of power? Maybe if the Greenpissers ever come down off that crane they can clarify things for us.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Any port in a storm

"Under cover of night, Syrian wounded seek help from enemy Israel".
It happens nearly every night. After dark, the Syrian wounded come to known locations on the Israel-Syria front in the Golan Heights, driven by desperation to seek help from an enemy army.

Israeli soldiers on lookout or patrol spot them waiting by the fence and whisk them away to a rear position where army medics soon arrive, according to army officials operating in the area that was seized by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war.

Israel refuses to accept refugees fleeing the nearly six-year conflict in Syria, a country with which it remains technically at war. But it has allowed in more than 2,600 Syrians for medical care.
Of all the things about Obama that disgust me, I wonder if it isn't his treatment of Israel that best illustrates his utter smallness.

The inside skinny

Everyone has no doubt read that one of President Not-Hillary's executive orders mandates a federal hiring freeze. My sources inside the administration tell me that further clarification will be forthcoming, and that this will be the most radical hiring freeze ever attempted. We're not just talking about not hiring new federal workers; the technology of cryogenics is going to be employed to actually freeze tens of thousands of bureaucrats. If a federal agency ever wants to add personnel, it would have to meet some extremely rigorous requirements, and, should its justification be accepted, a bureaucrat will be thawed out and reinserted in the work force. And the really great thing is that the time spent in the deep freeze is deducted from the employee's accrued annual leave.


"Good news, Mr. Dumbrowski! The General Services Administration has received permission to fill the position of Presidential Pants Presser!"

How about this?

Senior Secret Service agent Kerry O'Grady has opined, via Facebook, that she'd rather do jail time than take a bullet for Trump.

Ace has already called for her head, as has Veeshir, and that's an entirely appropriate response. But I've got an alternative suggestion that would enable Ms. O'Grady to return to a sense of her duty while also permitting her to express her political opinions openly. My suggestion? Let her keep her job, but whenever she's assigned to protect somebody whose politics she doesn't like, require her to wear a giant vagina costume made of Kevlar.

There you go; problem solved.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Those damn white people, again!


Executive Director of Idaho's Democratic Party, Sally Boynton Brown: "My job is to listen and be a voice and shut other white people down when they want to interrupt."

So, as usual, I'm confused by this exercise in prog-speak. Ms. Brown is a white person, but reserves the right to "shut other white people down", presumably when they are, what, interrupting non-white people? Is Ms. Brown, then, an honorary non-white person? Or, to put it another way, is Ms. Brown "brown" when she's participating in a political meeting? Can she just check her white privilege at the door, like a hat or something?

Or has the DNC simply turned into an asylum run on the honor system? Maybe the whole thing is even simpler than that...

I am woman, hear me kvetch

(Gratefully pinched from Hugh Briss)

Sunday, January 22, 2017

I have nothing to add, but "Amen!"

Iron Mike calls out the leftist haters.

BTW, snowflakes, the pussy hats are kind of, you know, redundant.


You'll pardon me for thinking initially, as I read the headline, that scientists had just completed taking a look inside Madonna's head.


(H/T: Clash Daily)

Sunday funnies

Epic typos.

"Damn! Well, I better make sure I get them all up. One...two...three..."

Clinton signs outnumbered Trump signs by a wide margin here in Occupied Northern Virginia, although those people who did put up Trump signs tended to acquire the largest ones they could find. This fellow didn't put up any signs during the campaign, but he posted one in his yard the morning after the election:

So, I went shopping the other day, and while nosing around, saw the following items...

Somebody on the production line needs to go back to Sunday school.

Ah, and the times, they are a-changin'...

Imagine that you're a feminist in Sydney, Australia, marching with your fellow demonstrators in solidarity with your American sisters, and you look up into a beautiful blue sky and see... this.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Don't you hate it when you leave your medications behind?

I'm sure Ashley Judd must be regretting it, by now.

Update: Apparently a lot of the ladies were off their meds.

One immediate effect of Trump's presidency has been to flush the haters and kooks out into the open, where their antics have clearly demonstrated the overlap between leftist politics and mental illness (and plain old evil). I hope Trump's operatives are keeping a video record; it'll come in handy in 2020.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

I hate long goodbyes, don't you?

So, to Obama and his execrable maladministration all I've got to say is...

And his legacy? Let's rip it up!

Update: Haw! Ace links this Facebook video purporting to show Bill Clinton checking out Ivanka Trump and getting caught by Hillary.

Pop quiz!

Interesting inauguration trivia.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Soon, soon

Ace has the flaming skull we've all been waiting for.

Many on the right (make that everybody) have been toting up Obama's disasters, infamies, lies, outrages and body blows to the constitution; however, I think we ought to offer up a prayer of thanks for the things he failed to do:

1) He was not able to implement an American version of Britain's National Health Service (and the first baby steps in that direction are about to be undone);

2) He utterly failed to expand gun control at the national level;

3) He was unable to prop up Morsi and his Islamic loons in Egypt;

4) He failed to get Netanyahu heaved out of office;

5) And - best of all - his reign of error helped to ensure that Hillary Clinton lost the election.

So, there's that, at least.

Update: A non-verbal representation of Obama's whole presidency...

Don't go away sad

Just go away.

Garrison Keillor: I'm abandoning Christianity because so many of my coreligionists voted for Trump

Jesus: Yeah, well, don't trip over the baptismal font on your way out.


Cyber attacks apparently are only worrisome when they target the Democratic Party, not our military (see also Andrew McCarthy's article on Obama's continuing war on the American people).

Republican congressman Jason Chaffetz pushes an idea I've been peddling for years: "Relocate Federal Agencies Away From Washington, D.C."

There will always be Clintons and rumors of Clintons.

Immolation fizzles: "Man Sets Himself On Fire In Protest Of Donald Trump At Trump Hotel In Washington DC".

Would-be James Bond villain George Soros is having some problems: Hungary is running his organizations out of the country, and he lost a billion dollars in the wake of Trump's election. All to the good. Unfortunately, the ageing manipulator is leaving like-minded spawn behind.

The Obama regime obviously plans to continue the looting and pillaging of the American taxpayer to the very end.

R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. compares demonstrators, past and present.

Lots of good stuff at DoublePlusUndead; just go and start scrolling.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Well, as long as he's happy

Awesome video posted in the comments section at DoublePlusUndead by frequent Paco Enterprises commenter, Mike_W.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Hollywood's guns

I'm intrigued by the firearms featured in movies, and I'm always checking for "period correct" guns. Here,, the NRA showcases a few of the handguns used in various movies, from westerns to spy flicks (BTW, Tom Selleck also carried a S&W Schofield top-break revolver in Crossfire Trail, in addition to the open top).


No sooner does Hillary lose an election than the Clinton Global Initiative shuts down. Gawrsh, Mickey, I wonder why they did that?

Yeah, when you put it that way...

..."Peegate" does sound pretty unlikely.

Sunday funnies

World's smallest snowman.

Good thing his surgeon wasn't wearing a hat.

Misdirected text leads to arrest.

"The Platoon Sergeant’s guide to dealing with Lieutenants".

Friday, January 13, 2017

Happy Feet Friday

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong team up on Dream a Little Dream of Me.

Thursday, January 12, 2017

It goes both ways

"Scientists hear voice of ancient humans in baboon calls".

Interestingly, I frequently hear the voice of baboons in ancient humans.

"Hoot...hoot...Who do you mean, exactly?"

Barry finally finds some foreigners he's willing to send back

Even if they don't want to go:
President Barack Obama is ending a longstanding immigration policy that allows any Cuban who makes it to U.S. soil to stay and become a legal resident, a senior administration official said Thursday.

The repeal of the "wet foot, dry foot" policy is effective immediately, according the official. The decision follows months of negotiations focused in part on getting Cuba to agree to take back people who had arrived in the U.S.
Just another week, folks, hang in there.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Curiouser and curiouser

The Buzzfeed story purporting to show that the Russians have some dirt on Donald Trump continues to fall apart. The latest development features statements from Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper:
"I emphasized that this document is not a U.S. Intelligence Community product and that I do not believe the leaks came from within the IC. The IC has not made any judgment that the information in this document is reliable, and we did not rely upon it in any way for our conclusions," Clapper said in a statement. "I expressed my profound dismay at the leaks that have been appearing in the press, and we both agreed that they are extremely corrosive and damaging to our national security," Clapper added.

Monday, January 9, 2017


This senior editor at ThinkProgress has it bad:
A visit from a plumber left ThinkProgress senior editor Ned Resnikoff “rattled” due to fear that the plumber may have voted for Donald Trump.

Resnikoff stated his fears in a November Facebook post, a screenshot of which is now making the rounds on the Internet.

The plumbing visit, which came four days after the 2016 election, became a harrowing experience for Resnikoff even though the plumber was “a perfectly nice guy and a consummate professional.”

“He was a perfectly nice guy and a consummate professional,” Resnikoff shared. “But he was also a middle-aged white man with a southern accent who seemed unperturbed by this week’s news.”

Resnikoff said his fear was rooted in the chance that the plumber knew he was Jewish.

“While I had him in the apartment, I couldn’t stop thinking about whether he had voted for Trump, whether he knew my last name is Jewish, and how that knowledge might change the interaction we were having inside my own home,” he said.
An amazing instance of Trump-induced hysteria. Mr. Resnikoff appears to be only a step away from walling off a section of his home and living in his safe space like Anne Frank because he's scared that his plumber may have voted for Trump, which, of course, would make him an anti-Semite and a probable brown-shirt. Is there to be a diary? I shall look forward to it with considerable interest.


At least "journalists" under the dictatorships of Hitler and Stalin had a reason to write nauseatingly worshipful crap about their leaders - refusal to toe the party line could mean imprisonment or execution. What the hell is the excuse for the media here in the land of the free and the home of the brave? Rich Noyes at News Busters provides a sampling of the almost-orgasmic experiences of certain American news wallahs as they encountered our rainbow/Obi-Wan Kenobi/rock star president.

Caution: it's like downing a whole bottle of ipecac syrup, so keep a bucket handy.

Sunday, January 8, 2017

When you've lost Joe Biden...

Even ol' Slow Joe got tired of listening to his fellow Democrats protesting the certification of the Electoral College vote.

Hillary for mayor of NYC?

There's been some talk; however, overreach has been one of her biggest problems, so maybe she should act with a little humility and work her way up.

She does have the language skills...

Sunday funnies

Now that's a typo.

Amish insults...

Gloom, doom and LEGO building blocks.

Not exactly criminal masterminds.

Telemarketing: grand master level (language alert)...

Friday, January 6, 2017

He can wear it between his Nobel Peace Prize medal and the Croix de Hubris (with Creased Pants Cluster)

"On Wednesday, President Obama added another prestigious medal to his Nobel Prize collection when he had Defense Secretary Ash Carter award him with the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service."

Happy Feet Friday

Man, I'm sure missing it right about now. Summertime, that is. The one and only Lady Day...

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Redlining on the irony-meter

"Dan Rather teaching ‘Truth in the News’ course".

Update: This might make sense if the name of the course is "Don't let this happen to you".

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

One of my favorite carry pistols

I like the Ruger LC9s and the LC9s Pro, (the latter lacks a thumb safety and a magazine disconnect safety). A great little striker-fired pocket pistol that is light, easy to shoot and accurate. This is a gun I carry for basic self-defense.

On the other hand, when I want to be absolutely sure of blowing an assailant's head clean off, I carry a Ruger Redhawk chambered in .41 Magnum, demonstrated here by Jeff Quinn (who is not only a knowledgeable gun guy, but he also has a truly cool beard).

For those interested in the .41 Magnum round, here's the entertaining Hickok45 blasting away with a S&W Model 57.

Sunday funny (Tuesday edition)

Courtesy of Mike_W.

I guess "scandal free" means "scandals only in the double digits"

Valerie Jarrett, Barack Obama's surrogate mom, has told the whopper of whoppers: "The president prides himself on the fact that his administration hasn’t had a scandal and he hasn’t done something to embarrass himself".

I guess she doesn't read the Daily Wire.

As to not embarrassing himself...

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Sunday funnies

Santa finally updates his ride.

Funny GIFS.

Trucks collide in Florida creating instant happy hour.

That's my idea of a tolerable winter...

Important safety tip: don't leave toys around where Washington Post reporters can get hold of them.

Related: "Man learns his walnut cracker is actually an old grenade".

New ISIS propaganda film courtesy of Duffel TV.

Washington Free Beacon names Castro's death jeep "Man of the Year".