Officer Malone: [stopping at a post office] Well, here we are. Elliot Ness: What are we doing here? Officer Malone: Liquor raid. Elliot Ness: [looking at the police station across the street] Here? Officer Malone: Mr. Ness, everybody knows where the booze is. The problem isn't finding it, the problem is who wants to cross … Continue reading Democrat Privilege in Chicago or All Black Lives Matter but some Black Lives Matter more than others to the MSM
This week that well-known right wing outfit Politico told us the tale of Project Cassandra an operation concerning Hezbollah drug running Over the next eight years, agents working out of a top-secret DEA facility in Chantilly, Virginia, used wiretaps, undercover operations and informants to map Hezbollah’s illicit networks, with the help of 30 U.S. and … Continue reading Hezbollah Drugs, and how much Black Lives Actually Mattered to Barack Obama
I understand the sentiment behind this post suggesting Amazon choose St. Louis for their second corporate HQ A particularly compelling pick, according to my extremely nonscientific “what’s good for America” metric, might be St. Louis — a once-great metropolis fallen on hard times, the major urban center for a large spread of Trump country, the … Continue reading Black LIves Matter exercises their Hecklers Veto on Douthat’s Amazon to St. Louis Plan
Last week large amounts of the student bodies of Claremont and UCLA colleges turned out to protest Heather MacDonald insisting that Black lives matter to them and not to the police. Thanks to a spate of Easter violence that assertion can be tested by the answers to two questions When will Claremont & UCLA be … Continue reading Here is the Chance for Claremont, UCLA et/al protesters to prove Black Lives Matter to them
By John Ruberry Position wanted: Starting quarterback. A dismal National Football League season will end tonight when between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots meet in the Super Bowl in Houston, after of course our national anthem is performed. Oh, Da Tech Guy himself, a Patriots fan, may not agree of my "dismal" … Continue reading Unpatriotic Kaepernick will opt-out of contract
By John Ruberry On the Sunday after the 9/11 attacks, Jeremiah Wright, then Obama's pastor, bellowed, "God d--n America" and "America's chickens are coming home to roost" from the pulpit of his Chicago church. Two nights from now President Barack Obama will give his farewell address in Chicago, his adopted hometown. The Hawaii-born 44th president moved … Continue reading Obama’s chickens coming home to roost as he gives Chicago farewell address
As you may or may not know I have a "day" job (actually an overnight job) that I was forced to pick up when DaTipJar started falling in a bad economy. I've been there since last November other than a brief 3 week period that I was laid off. A large amount of our work … Continue reading The BLM Charlotte DaTechGuy Employment Plan
Those of us who view Hillary Clinton as an existential threat to the United State of America can list dozens of reasons she is unfit for President without breaking an intellectual sweat. The question of whether or not she is better than Donald Trump is something that undecided Independents will answer to determine who wins … Continue reading More than anything else, Black Lives Matter will lose the election for Hillary
Crashed like a rock this afternoon and so instead of FINALLY getting back to the story of my trip to alabama (whose story was partially destroyed in the great website crash of this week.) let's take a look at three stories dripping with Irony this election season. BLM matter leader mugged by reality: There is … Continue reading Black Lives Matter and Hillary Contributors both Mugged by Reality
When I saw this story at Yid With Lid... If colleges are indeed training the nation’s future leaders, America is doomed. On Sunday, the Daily Caller reported that Rohini Sethi, a student government leader at the University of Houston, was suspended and ordered to diversity training for engaging in the heinous act of free speech. … Continue reading the University of Houston Should Learn that “all actions Matter”
By John Ruberry This year could end up being the most tumultuous year since 1968. During that year there was of course a heated presidential election, the Democrats nominated Vice President Hubert Humphrey, who represented the status quo, one that was not especially popular. The Republicans chose a former vice president, Richard Nixon, whose critics … Continue reading 1968 returns
So when they had assembled, Pilate said to them, "Which one do you want me to release to you, (Jesus) Barabbas, or Jesus called Messiah?" For he knew that it was out of envy that they had handed him over. While he was still seated on the bench, his wife sent him a message, "Have … Continue reading The Unexpectedly Chronicles: Stacy McCain or the Baton Rogue shooter, which one did Twitter ban?
Jon Sable: My finders fee is 30% Client: That's pretty steep! Jon Sable: Depends on how you look at it. I've always figured that 70% of something is worth more that 100% of nothing. John Sable, Freelance #11 Maggie the Cat 1984 Cleveland Browns running back Isiah Crowell has a history of bad decision making … Continue reading Isaiah Crowell knows his math
As you know two days ago Barack Obama made it a point to go to Dallas Tuesday to speak at the memorial service of the police officers that the media keeps telling us has united the country in grief. That being the case one might think that the President in recognition of our national mourning … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles Cause & Effect Obama #bluelivesmatter edition
Because frankly I've always thought that if a presidential candidate and / or his / her spouse decided to have a meeting and photo with a person who is actively supporting the murder of police. The AADL leader’s meeting with former President Clinton during a May 3 visit to the University of Kentucky is featured … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles Why is this not news?