Literacy is Power

by baldilocks Originally posted as a Twitter thread, here’s the context:  A young woman named Kimberly Klacik began to document the squalor in Baltimore. President Trump took notice of it and responded. Of course, the president is being called racist. In response to the resultant tantrum, Candace Owens pointed out the following. And that … Continue reading Literacy is Power

I’m Staying on the Battlefield

by baldilocks Roger L. Simon: I left Los Angeles for Nashville slightly over a year ago. When I call friends back in my former home (for 50 years), most of them tell me I got out just in time. Actually, they're wrong. I should have gotten out ten or even fifteen years before. The handwriting … Continue reading I’m Staying on the Battlefield

Orange Man Bad, International Version

by baldilocks If I didn’t know better, I’d swear that President Trump asked them to do this. On Friday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel claimed President Trump’s remarks about the “Squad” — made up of Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) — “undermine America’s strength.” [Merkel:]“I distance myself from this … Continue reading Orange Man Bad, International Version

Red-Green Omar?

by baldilocks Since I’ve already ranted today about the Justice Democrats and about shame mongering about race, I want to point you to this background on Ilhan Omar from February. It’s very interesting. Here's a taste. Omar spent the first ten years of her life as a member of a family that owed its livelihood … Continue reading Red-Green Omar?

Exercises in Finger-Pointing and Illiteracy

by baldilocks Today’s Twitter mob is using the hashtag #FakeChristian as its weapon of choice and, this time, it’s directed at Vice President Mike Pence, who was in Texas yesterday. During his hours-long tour of Texas detention facilities Friday, Vice President Mike Pence came face-to-face with a group of nearly 400 migrant men who were being held … Continue reading Exercises in Finger-Pointing and Illiteracy

Fighting for the Serf Turf

by baldilocks From a 2018 op-ed by Clarence Mckee: A caravan of an estimated 1,500 future illegal aliens from Central America is marching across Mexico on its way to sanctuary cities in the United States. You can bet that [now former] Gov. Jerry Brown, D-Calif., the two Democratic U.S. senators from California — Diane Feinstein … Continue reading Fighting for the Serf Turf

Not Shaken

by baldilocks In spite of all lot of shaking going on here in land of sunshine, street-camping and socialism, I’ve got nothing at the moment and I’m hitting up against the deadline, therefore, it’s link and point to the interesting. And, I feel like pointing to buoy hearts: 21 Quotes On Freedom and Liberty. “It … Continue reading Not Shaken

Tanks and Independence

by baldilocks A sampling of the headlines concerning this year’s DC celebration of a certain upcoming anniversary. Trump’s plan to take over Fourth of July celebration opposed by D.C. mayor Washington Post Trump says tanks will be part of his July Fourth celebration Minnesota Star Tribune Tanks arrive in D.C. for Trump's Fourth of July … Continue reading Tanks and Independence

A Slice of CA Voter Fraud Pie

by baldilocks I know you’re not shocked about this. An indictment unsealed in Los Angeles charged nine people accused of participating in voting fraud schemes — in which homeless people were allegedly offered cash or cigarettes in exchange for forged signatures on initiative petitions and voter registration forms. (…) Prosecutors have accused the group of 14 … Continue reading A Slice of CA Voter Fraud Pie

Let It Go

by baldilocks Originally posted in 2014. Links current. At, some point, black Americans, you're going to have to let go of it. What is "it?" It's your worship of blackness. Both you and I know that you worship your carcass. And those of you who do demand that others worship it as well. And if … Continue reading Let It Go


by baldilocks It’s difficult to share a positive story and resist the lure of garnering those outrage eyeballs with a negative one. That thought came to me as I was searching my usual sources for something provocative to write about. So much negativism and cynicism out there! I admit to, sometimes, being a purveyor. Just … Continue reading Limitless

Trump Takes Away and Gives

by baldilocks He told them he was going to do this. President Donald Trump is officially withholding hundreds of millions in U.S. aid to three Central American countries as punishment for being much of the source of the current illegal immigration crisis. The White House informed Congress Monday that it will permanently divert $370 million … Continue reading Trump Takes Away and Gives

Open Service to the Principalities and Powers

Rely not on the likelihood of the enemy's not coming, but on our own readiness to receive him. -- Sun Tzu by baldilocks A year ago, I said this: A lot of people – even some Christians -- discount the existence of satanic spiritual forces and ridicule the material-world advocates of these forces. The latter … Continue reading Open Service to the Principalities and Powers

The Irrelevance of Presidential Likability

by baldilocks From a recent conversation: Them: “I didn’t vote for President Obama either time. You know that. But I like him.” Me: “Really?” Them: “I can’t stand Trump! I know you’re on the Trump Team.” The Trump Team? We’re on teams now? Me: “I’m not on the ‘Trump Team.’ I’m on the side of … Continue reading The Irrelevance of Presidential Likability

How Bad is LA?

by baldilocks Originally posted as a Twitter thread -- with a little expansion.  From my good friend Stephen Green aka the Vodkapundit: In your typical Third-World megalopolis, basic city functions fall into disrepair, while once-eradicated diseases run rampant -- and the local bigwig boasts about saving the world. Los Angeles is quickly becoming a typical … Continue reading How Bad is LA?