Day By Day


  • formwiz

    Thing is, the civil war’s started.

    Kyle Rittenhouse, Ashli Babbitt.

    There is one whole Hell of a lot of anger out there. I’m sure Pelosi Galore and Cocaine Mitch thought they were being very slick. We were supposed to be demoralized like the soy boys 4 years ago.

    I think they’re gonna find out they made a big mistake.

    • WayneM

      Yep… it’s that easy…

      For years, they’ve been ramping up the Marxism… weaponized envy… and most people didn’t pay much attention because it wasn’t affecting their daily lives. That is about to change.

    • Malatrope

      Interesting. Tried watching that using this Tor browser, and Google popped up and said it had “detected unusual activity from your browser” and wouldn’t play it.

      Ok, assholes, game on…

  • JTC

    Not always.

    Just since 2016, when”calling out” anything became a one-way street.

    • JTC

      Which begs the question: what would Paul R. et al have done if lanterns were banned from the towers?


  • Spin Drift

    Just a small observation, what if the fence put up around Congress wasn’t to keep us out but to keep them in? Sort of like the bar scene in a “Bronx Tale.”

    No escape, no surrender, no quarter asked and none given.

    • CaptDMO

      Private railway

    • President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      If true, couldn’t happen be a more deserving bunch of assholes.
      But…….everything being computers and servers, wifi and CAT 6, remote workers, that’s probably just a bunch of offices.
      All the infrastructure needs to be found and broken to bring this leviathan down.

  • Pamela

    To bad Jo can’t visit those that stole and gather intel in her own special way.

    • PaulS

      Okey Dokey Then…. 😉
      Nutter or Not?

  • JTC

    Man them ain’t nips, them is knobs!

    Wonder what they control?

    • NotYetInACamp

      Why don’t you try them and find out?


      • GWB

        Might want to wear gloves. 😉

      • PaulS

        Cuz, “ya can’t eat just one.” [:oP

    • President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      “Come in, Tokyo….”

  • warhorse

    everyone ignores Paul Revere’s FIRST portsmouth,NH on december 13th of 1774

    the cannons, muskets, and powder they got from Fort William and Mary were all stored in various barns around Lexington..and Captain Parker knew where it all was. General Gage was there to collect it and probably burn the town down as punishment.

    later it was all used up at bunker hill/breeds hill

  • Pamela

    I thought they drank Ale in 1775

    • eon

      Ale, beer, stout, brandy, wine (yes, Brandywine Creek was so named because there was a winery there), whiskies, port, sherry, and etc.

      And of course gin, but most sensible people didn’t want to end up “drunk for a penny, dead drunk for twopence” even if a free clean straw was included.

      The reason was the same as the popularity of tea and coffee. Most places, the water was not safe to drink unless boiled, and sometimes not even then. Tea and coffee made boiled water palatable.

      The rest tended to kill the microbes that otherwise might cause certain “complaints”- like spending all night or a few days and nights in the loo. And possibly dying of dehydration as a result. Yes, they knew about “oral rehydration” even then (honey in water was the standard) but that required a source of clean, uncontaminated water, the lack of same being the original problem.

      Also, the old English tradition was that if you had to drink something, you might as well get drunk on it.

      clear ether


  • Eh, Wot?


    Paraphrasing Netanyahu

    “If the Marxists put down their weapons today,
    there would be no more ‎violence.

    If the Trumpers put ‎down their weapons ‎today,
    there would be no ‎more Israel United States.’‎”

    • Eh, Wot?

      *Made a hash in the last line…. S/B

      “there would be no more United States.”

      • John M.

        You could stick an “or” in there, as in “…no more Israel OR United States” and it would still be true.

    • steveb919

      I will never surrender my weapons and will fight to the death to use them if necessary

      • MasterDiver

        ZAR BELK!

      • James Tutt

        Same same here. Rather die in a righteous firefight than some damn flu

      • John M.

        You may take my weapons, but you’ll climb over a pile of brass and bodies to do it, and the barrels will be shot out…

  • steveb919

    What is I read about the Insurrection Act being signed sealed and delivered? What will it mean for America?

    • eon

      Insurrection Act of 1807;

      First, the President must “publish” an order for the “insurrectionists” to disperse. Then, if they don’t, he can use the military to suppress the “insurrection”.

      Keep in mind that at the time, what we call “law enforcement organizations” did not exist, here or really anywhere. Everything from city police, to federal marshals, to etc. came along after the Napoleonic Wars.

      As for “sheriffs” or rather “shire reeves”, they were originally just the commander of the local baron’s little group of guards- and also the guys responsible for collecting taxes.

      The Insurrection Act is really outmoded today, although it was invoked by Abraham Lincoln during the New York draft riots of 1863.

      Mostly, it’s still on the books because nobody ever thought it was worth going to the trouble of repealing it.

      clear ether


      • Sam

        Looked it up yesterday, so this is from memory, but it has actually been used quite often by presidents. Most recently, George HW Bush used it twice. So, it may be outmoded, but it is useful at times.

      • interventor

        Sorry, no! The offices of U.S. Marshals and Deputy Marshal were created by the first Congress in the Judiciary Act of 1789, the same legislation that established the Federal judicial system. The Marshals were given extensive authority to support the federal courts within their judicial districts and to carry out all lawful orders issued by judges, Congress, or the president.

  • Halley

    Have a great week, everyone!
    (I’ll be in my fallout shelter)

    • GWB

      You mean *looks at Jo again* “I’ll be in my bunk – er”?

    • President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

      I wouldn’t mind having that belly up to my bar………that is, if I had a bar. How difficult would it be to start a bar?

  • Punta Gorda


    • Kafiroon

      Silence Is Violence

  • Halley

    One, if by land
    but what if by air – or space?

    • My Way Or -->

      That’s funnier than you think. I still get the daily and weekend newspapers. Sometimes, good stuff comes up in them, and sometimes, it’s drek, but it’s still there – in print.

      • Punta Gorda

        And still garbage.

      • John D. Egbert

        It is as Mr. Clemens said so long ago: “If you do not read the newspapers, you are uninformed. If you read the newspapers, you are misinformed.”

    • JTC

      Epoch Times puts out a hard copy; they are cutting edge when it comes to newfangled technology

  • Pamela

    Lord hear our prayer. Please turn the evil doers into stone or pillars of salt.

  • Kafiroon

    “We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,” Joe Biden

    That says it all.


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