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from L. Neil Smith, Jim Davidson, Sarah Hoyt, Manuel Miles (aka Kaptain Kanada), T.J. Mason, Ed Smith, and A.X. Perez

Okaloosa Dreamin’
by L. Neil Smith
The more things change, the more they stay the same. You’ve probably noticed that. Back when I was just a kid, attending Choctawhatchee High School in Okaloosa County, Florida, during the dark era of Democrat Bob Sykes, a sketchy Congressional homesteader from 1941 to 1978, I may have been too young to vote, but not too young to have strong political convictions or to campaign for the few candidates who reflected those convictions. In those bad old days, we used to bet on whether the local newspaper’s police report would feature more arrests for moonshining or for incest. At least half the time, the arrestees for the former would be the Sheriff’s deputies themselves.

Let The Joker Go Wild
by Sarah A. Hoyt
Okay, we’re in a pickle. We are in risk of losing the republic. And if we lose it it’s going to be very hard to claw our way back. It could take centuries. So I’m going to suggest we don’t lose it. I’m going to suggest we refuse to stop being Americans. In fact, I’m suggesting we become so American they can’t hold us, and have to vomit us forth whole.

Mar-a-Lago Dreamin’
(With apologies to Mama Cass)

by L. Neil Smith
Half the states are blue (half the states are blue)
And the rest are grey (and the rest are grey).


Changing Hood Ornaments
by L. Reichard White
Changing Hood Ornaments is exactly what will happen on January 20th of next year when Good Old Uncle Joe—no, not Uncle Joe Stalin, Uncle Joe Biden—is inaugurated U.S. Prez. That’s assuming the Trump machine can’t come up with some horrendously convincing evidence of election medling and no, not just by the US MSM perpetually attacking him for the last four years.

Roland T. Bird
by L. Neil Smith
Permit me to begin this with something of a disclaimer—or an apologia, if you will. As FOX News more and more allowed collectivist bottom-feeding scum like Chris Wallace and Donna Brazile to smear up the inside of my TV screen with their smarmy lies, and especially since the blatantly phony election in which FOX openly betrayed its constituency, as a child of the 1950s, I have looked for something else to run while I was doing other things around the house. Eventually, I hit on Ancient Aliens. Mostly, barring the occasional interesting factoid, I regard it as little more than cartoons or musical wallpaper.

Plan G? From Outer Space
by Sarah A. Hoyt
I never wanted to live in interesting times. Of course, being born inn the sixties was definitionally a bad idea for this, and I’d like to know what I was thinking, except I don’t really believe in pre-birth existence, and this only confirms it. Because holy heck guys, I’ve done some pretty stupid things in my life, but choosing that time for my life would have been next level stupid. The problem with this fargin mess we find ourselves in is that there is no “good” way out, only a less bad way out.

Just the Beginning
by Blank Reg
NO MATTER WHAT, WE WON! Whatever happens in the end, this evening is a win for the right. Remember that. As I write this, the issue of the Presidency is very much in doubt. There is every possibility that the Democrat wins it—and given the inbound mail-in ballots sure to appear over the next several days, it is even a probability. But it was never supposed to be in doubt.

Waitin’ On The World To Change
by L. Neil Smith
Okay, I admit it, I sleep with the TV on at night. Over many years I’ve binge-watched every episode of Midsomer Murders that way, Inspector Lewis, NCIS New Orleans, and Longmire. The original NCIS I’ve watched though four or five times. “Gibbs’ Rule 42: Never accept an apology from somebody who just sucker-punched you.”

Reality Check
by Sean Gangol
Usually I don’t write about celebrities, but I was compelled to write about the recent Twitter battle that actor, Jon Cryer had with Congressman, Matt Gaetz, along with the ongoing feud between rapper, Cardi B and black conservative activist, Candace Owens. The reason why I am even dedicating an article to this subject is because I am amused at how celebrities have the common misconception that they think that having greater fame and fortune than most people, also means that they are smarter than everyone else.

The Funnel of Love
by L. Neil Smith
Malfeasance, misfeasance, non-feasance, up-feasance, and down-feasance. A thing that calls itself Katie Hobbs is rumored to be the Arizona Secretary of State, elected or appointed, I don’t know and don’t care. “A difference that makes no difference.” ss Mr. Spock once famously put it*,“is no difference.” This Katie Hobbs thing has asserted in our faces that there was nothing much wrong with the 2020 Presidential election in that state, even though, as the situation continues to be scrutinized, fewer and fewer of China Joe’s votes appear to be valid or legal, and more and more of Trump’s are substantiated. The President, on the contrary, says he won the state handily and I am inclined to believe him.

Violence Yet to Come
by Jim Davidson
Readers of this site will recall recent essays in which I told readers to expect post-election violence. In my defence, we still haven't arrived at the post election time period. Owing to extensive work leading up to this past week, with motor-voter, same-day registration, and ballot “harvesting” by communists going door to door to “helpfully” fill out ballots, collect them in person from people who are trusting souls, discarding the votes they don't want counted and speedily delivering the votes they do want counted, there are now many mechanisms for nearly untraceable vote fraud.

Has Everyone Lost Their Mind?
by Sarah A. Hoyt
Has the entire world taken crazy pills? Are the “progressives” just saying whatever shit crosses their minds, and counting on the Amen chorus to nod along, even though it makes no sense in human language ever? I mean, I remember when “progressives” while still disingenuous and unable to carry an economic argument in a bucket, could make superficial sense or at least appeal to the emotions of those who didn’t think things through.

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