Come Again.


  • February 19, 2023 at 1:18 am

    They don’t just “have” agency, they “are” agency.

    Self-controlled little fiefdoms run by vassals and deadly agents, and that list of ten mentioned is far from all-inclusive…to wit, the ATF which actively changes and creates laws disguised as regulations and guidelines out of bureaucratic whole cloth. And if they are successful in their back-door control of your guns and your rights, our ability to defend from all the others is destroyed…true to plan.

    They want us all dead or gone, but never has the old idiom been more apropos than now; they should be careful what they wish for.

    Let’s give them our absence from their midst, their swamp, their communist bureaucratic control.

    None of those agencies, and none of those problems, will exist in The CRA.

    • February 19, 2023 at 4:48 pm

      They want us dead and gone, but they need us because WE are the force that drives the economy and pays the taxes that provide the revenue to support their programs (and pay their salaries). Without the Producers, the Parasites have no one to feed from, except each other.

      Zar Belk!

  • February 19, 2023 at 3:05 am

    With something over 20 million government employees in the U.S., no wonder the bureaucracy keeps growing- a huge chunk of voters are parasites, binging on the tax payers’ blood and aren’t willing to see their domain shrink!

    • February 19, 2023 at 8:11 am
      Deplorable MAGA Mutt-PaulS

      I can’t recall exactly when it was, but I think it was within the last decade that the worst happened, less than half the adult population is paying income taxes, and it’s been a rapid slide from there.

      Easy solution: No pay Taxes, No you vote!

      • February 19, 2023 at 10:54 am

        And repeal the 16th and 17th Amendments.

      • June 12, 2023 at 2:49 pm

        You no, pay taxes… You no vote.
        That’s why it was in the beginning. You had to be a property owner. You also had to be male. The Latter is probably a damn good idea that we threw away!

  • February 19, 2023 at 6:30 am
    Bill G

    If they succeeded, where would those elites live after destroying as much of the country as they want to? An equivalent question exists for the nations/organizations around the world that want us destroyed. What happens to the world’s’ economy if ours is subtracted from it?

    • February 19, 2023 at 1:47 pm

      Bingo! Without us that make things, repair things and operate things; which “elite”, privileged, and un-educated can not or will not do: Welcome to The Stone Age.

      • February 19, 2023 at 3:13 pm

        Note: Zimbabwe and what happened after they got rid of all the farmers that knew what they were doing. Or Sri Lanka with the leader’s brilliance of using no fertilizer.

  • February 19, 2023 at 8:02 am
    Deplorable MAGA Mutt-PaulS

    My first thought was that none of them would have a reflection.

    • February 19, 2023 at 10:47 am

      Multi-meanings there…good one.

  • February 19, 2023 at 8:06 am
    Professor Ronin

    On a side note, I went back today and started reading DBD from the beginning. Those first ten comics from late 2002 could have been written today with equal relevancy.

  • February 19, 2023 at 9:20 am

    “In any sufficiently advanced society, “civil servant” becomes semantically equal to “civil master”.” Robert Anson Heinlein

    Remember that the next time you visit the DMV and have a dispute….

    • February 19, 2023 at 10:44 am

      I don’t particularly like, or even admire, the presently uncontrolled regime, but:

      Heinlein, among most all anti-government elites aka communists, made his pile of “filthy lucre” — and his estate continues to enjoy it. One cannot forget that the only thing supporting all that is the good graces and trust in that same (illegitimate) government and its fiat money….cyber-money by another name.

      Never did — and don’t — like their ilk, much. They don’t, and never have, “walked the walk, etc”. Biting off the hand that feeds them…after the fact, of course.

      • February 19, 2023 at 11:22 am

        Just because a bad thing steals money doesn’t make the money bad.

        Just because a good thing uses money doesn’t make the money good.

        It’s the things, bad and good, that make the system corrupt or constructive.

        Money that is not inherently valuable is not inherently evil, but if the promise that backs it is false then where is the value? Money that is historically in and of itself valuable is (somewhat) exempt from those machinations.

        The currency of the CRA is 100% backed and exchangeable on demand with gold and silver. You know, like it used to be here in the FUSA.

    • February 19, 2023 at 7:41 pm

      It’s not a coincidence that Arizona MVD (DMV) offices are one of the named government buildings where you can’t carry.

  • February 19, 2023 at 10:55 am

    And don’t forget the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS … they’re on a Matrix binge too.

  • February 19, 2023 at 11:09 am

    One has to make a distinction between civil servants and gov’t appointed managers.
    Federal employees do the little things like printing pension cheques, testing food and water, inspecting goods for safety issues or outright fraud, keeping criminals behind bars, standing in a fire trench or maintaining the aircraft that support them, etc, etc.
    Federal ‘managers’ appointed by politicians not based on what they can do but on what they will do, almost always complicate matters by issuing nonsensical and conflicting directions then punishing the staff who did what they were told to do, not what was in the back of the manager’s head.
    I was a Federal employee for 45 years, the average person on the street would never believe some of the things I’ve seen, I don’t believe half of them myself and I was there !!
    Virtually every clusterf**k you see reported on wasn’t done deliberately by the everyday gov’t worker, except in the cases of those who got their job because they can tick the right boxes on the application form and not necessarily be able to read the rest of it.
    They were put there by managers lowering the standards because that’s what the politicians want. The Dept. I worked in had a major problem with too many ‘diverse’ individuals being unable to pass the exams the rest of us had to. Instead of mentoring them (read: giving them the answers in advance), they lowered rthe standards dramatically and then passed the one who still failed on a case-by-case basis. When I retired, job postings that were supposedly open to everyone all read, ‘open only to minority or disabled personnel, and physical disability wasn’t what they were referring to. The hiring rules were also changed so senior executives could bypass the application process and appoint anyone they wanted to off the street with no test of their ability to do the job.

    The politically appointed classes don’t want a properly functioning administrative organization, that means there’s no need for them to insert their useless directives into the things that are working and screw them up too.

    I heard it said over and over, “a good manager can manage anything” which is why cabinet minsters and senior executives have no requirement to have ever done the jobs they’re ‘supervising’, most of them are clueless in what goes on in their portfolios, just look at buttigeig or any of the ministers up here.
    Don’t blame the 9-5 workers, blame the 10-2 with afternoon ‘offsite meetings’ managers for not kletting them do their jobs.
    Unless those workers aren’t working but trying to become managers by messing up other people’s work and by extension the public’s work, then “f**k em all and feed em beans” they can take their ‘diverse’ asses somewhere else and find a job they’re capable of doing, like ‘mobile sandbag’.
    /rant off

  • February 19, 2023 at 12:13 pm
    Spin Drift


    I’d like to post today’s strip to my FB. I have a lor of friends who are card carrying liberals (grew up in Minnesotastan) but also a fair share of red pilled patriots.

    Let me know if this is ok?

    Spin Drift

    • February 19, 2023 at 1:46 pm


  • February 19, 2023 at 1:09 pm

    Restoring or rebuilding old houses, sometimes the pest infestation is so bad, the damage so severe, that you just have to burn the place down and build a new one. Often some of the foundational components can be saved, like the slab, the driveway and the underground infrastructure (electric, water, sewer etc).

    Seems like that’s about where we are with this old Republic, the FUSA. And the foundation is solid, strong, and waiting to support Freedom again. The CRA will utilize the Founding Document (it’s right there in the name!) as well as much of the long-standing and still performing engines of production and trade (New Industrial Revolution, agriculture, highways, ports, and dare I say about half of the standing military.

    The FUSA is irretrievably broken and needs to be torched. The CRA can utilize much of what made it great and build our Republic back…Then when we meet Franklin in the hereafter we can say, Sir, you said you gave us a Republic if we could keep it; we didn’t know you meant the permanent foundational underpinnings and that we might have to burn down and replace the superstucture from time to time.

    So we will; CRA Now!

  • February 19, 2023 at 2:10 pm

    When you send Billions to Ukraine and tell your own State/Citizens to get lost and “No Money for your disaster”, you have lost the future.

  • February 19, 2023 at 5:59 pm
    cb ~
    • February 19, 2023 at 9:20 pm

      They’ve been taking those steps for decades. People think the grabbers are something new but going back to the Carter admin (and before that but that’s the timeframe of my first FFL) there have been efforts to snatch licenses for innocent errors, Jimmah’s thing was to eliminate all “Saturday night specials”, then the strawman setup by the NY scum Bloomie against Georgia licensees, and of course the whole chokepoint campaign by Zero. Doesn’t make their new efforts less worrisome as this bunch has demonstrated their willingness to selectively trample due process and weaponize their “agencies”, but otoh there’s a lot more guns and gun owners for them to fuck with including quite a few who won’t take kindly to such and might fuck right back with them.

      But don’t for a minute think that GOA’s info and concern about the “registry” is all-inclusive; yes the “permanent” books and records of FFL’s are turned over to the fed depository when they discontinue business for whatever reason, but anybody that does not think that the info from every one of those 4473’s doesn’t compose a *much* larger registry is one of those (and apparently some do still exist) who believe government is looking out for them and can be trusted with their well-being, rights, and freedoms. Which sickeningly, appears to be about half of legal citizens, not to mention the illegal ones. And yes, they can search that shit by every possible parameter including names, and why wouldn’t they?

      All of that registry crap is unavoidable is this data-based world. But. There is one nut they can’t crack and one set of tools they can’t touch, the ones that trade freely and legally among private owners, who as long as they don’t actively buy and sell firearms as a business, are entirely within their historical and codified exemption…THAT is what they really want to get their grimy fingers on, and you do NOT want to know the details of what the passage of those requirements and how they would be implemented would entail.

      Protect the NPA (National Private Armory)!

      • February 20, 2023 at 2:27 am

        The problem is, this particular “solution switch” has two positions, and they keep changing their mind as to which way is “on” (because the switch is a placebo in the first place).

  • February 19, 2023 at 11:23 pm

    For the end of the day.
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