Hillary's new sunglasses? Yes, they are used for suppressing seizures, but there might be more to it- UPDATED

Hillary’s new sunglasses? Yes, they are used for suppressing seizures, but there might be more to it- UPDATED

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  Skook took note of Hillary’s new shades the other day. I thought it a bit odd at first but then I came across Jim Hoft’s post: Hillary has been sick for some time and the major media will not report on it. But on the internet the news is much more accurate and up to… Read more »

Hillary's New Image

Hillary Has A New Image

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Hillary has been losing ground in the recent polls, especially in the battleground states. Let’s face it, Hillary has an image problem. It’s reasonable for her handlers to reach out for a new image and I think they have hit upon a winner. It is definitely an improvement and a step in the right direction…. Read more »


She got the walking pneumonia and the boogie woogie flu

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“I’m feeling great!’ So claims Hillary Clinton. In case you missed it, here’s a video of the Clinton Collapse Some of us have been asserting Clinton is ill for some time. Others took a different tack: Chris Cilliza at WaPo Can we just stop talking about Hillary Clinton’s health now? Tara Golshan at Vox: Here’s… Read more »


Fifteen Years Later: The 9-11 Attacks and the Silver Lining Found Within

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Yesterday was of course the 15th anniversary of the attacks of 9-11. Like most people, I remember that day, that moment when I realized the nation was under attack like no other day in my life. I remember walking into a practically deserted Kroger supermarket near midnight to get some food as I hadn’t eaten… Read more »

Never forget

Never forget

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I can’t forget this. I lost friends and patients that day. Too many look back and are highly critical of events that followed without recalling the emotional and mental state of the nation in the aftermath. Many use those events as political wedges now, ignoring their own support for actions at the time. We are… Read more »


A Tale of Two Professional Football Players

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One of the more enjoyable rituals from summers long past was an annual vacation that involved renting a house in Dewey Beach, Delaware for a week each year with a few friends.  Part of the week naturally included house members and our guest consuming enough alcohol over the course of our stay to kill an… Read more »


Even When the Radical Left has a Decent Idea, they Get it as Wrong As Possible

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A few weeks ago the Radical Left found its Emmanuel Goldstein of the week in the Gadsen flag when this story emerged, via The American Thinker’s Rick Moran: According to Eugene Volokh, a UCLA law professor who runs the “Volokh Conspiracy” blog at The Washington Post, the EEOC ruled two months ago that it will need… Read more »

Obama book ends his Presidency with apology tours

Obama book ends his Presidency with apology tours

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  The first order of business for barack obama as President was to go a worldwide tour apologizing for the United States of America. In France he said: So we must be honest with ourselves. In recent years we’ve allowed our Alliance to drift. I know that there have been honest disagreements over policy, but… Read more »

Indo China

The Measure of a Man

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In the fall of ’65. my best friends, Frenchy, Knarley and Barbwire Johnny and I, were guiding a group of serious hunters on the Muskwa River for Elk and Grizzly.  We had some experienced hunters to guide and this always made the hunt more interesting.   These men had done a lot of hunting and… Read more »