Friday, December 03, 2021

For your kids or grandkids:

Medal of Honor Graphic Comics (read online or download the PDF)

US Marines Call in a Shield of Fire: Battle of the Hook

 At the height of the Korean War, the United States and its United Nations allies successfully pushed back the North Korean and Chinese armies that threatened to take over South Korea.

However, this was not enough to stop the restless Chinese forces. Using overwhelming force and plenty of artillery, the Communists seized control of six outposts guarded by the outgunned and outmanned US Marines in October of 1952.

And just when everything seemed lost, and the Chinese were about to march into Seoul, the surviving Marines regrouped for one desperate last stand at a point known as the Hook.

The outcome of the Korean War now rested on their shoulders.

VIDEO HERE  (9 minutes)

Preparing for the Midterm Elections . . . & Worse to Come

De facto secession has already begun in America. Nationalist whites and non-globalist corporations are leaving blue states in droves for redder pastures. Former battleground states, such as Ohio and Iowa, are now reliably MAGA, and most MAGA states are increasingly so. Likewise, the gulags of California and New York more resemble their quondam Soviet counterparts with each passing day. De jure secession will take some time, but if history teaches us anything, it is that political changes occur functionally before they are recognized and ratified legally.

So we were talking about Amish buggies the other day.....

Despite what you heard, the Amish aren't against technology. Communities adopt new gadgets such as fax machines and business-use cell phones all the time—so long as the local church approves each one ahead of time, determining that it won't drastically change their way of life. 

So it is with the Amish horse-drawn buggy. You might have thought the technology inside this 1800s method of transportation stopped progressing right around then. Instead, buggy tech keeps advancing, and buggy makers have become electricians and metalworkers to build in all the new tech you can't see under the traditional black paint.

And Ol' Nat doesn't say a word about the 30 Grand.....

A 17-year-old city student was busted with a loaded 9 mm pistol and more than $30,000 in cash inside a Brooklyn high school Wednesday, according to law enforcement sources.

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Chaining a dog outside will be illegal in Texas starting in 2022

Animal rights advocates are celebrating a new Texas law that is catching up to a San Antonio ordinance that has been in place for years. 

Starting Jan. 18, 2022, unattended dogs will no longer be allowed to be restrained with chains or heavy weights outdoors in the state of Texas. The practice has been banned in San Antonio city limits since Oct. 2017.


I never have been one for chaining dogs up, matter of fact before we started bringing that asshole dog Jack inside I went down and spent 300 bucks on a kennel with a nice cover, then I walled the sides with plywood to keep the wind and rain out.
Now we just keep him inside - I don't think he's been in the Jack Jail but maybe once or twice in the past year.

Whose Land Did Native Americans Steal Before Europeans Stole It From Them?

We all know that history is not the left’s favorite subject. Many times, it’s just too inconvenient for their political narratives. Often, history has to be erased or submerged in order to achieve the “greater good” of creating a just and moral society.


I was married to a Comanche Indian (and a militant one at that) for 16 years and the subject of the article above provided me with tons of entertainment.
She'd start in about how the white man 'stole' their land and I'd come back with something like, "Yes we did, just like your people stole it from whoever was there first so fuck you" and the shit would be on.
I remember one time she took off for a conference in Salt Lake City and when she returned, she found a Better Dead Than Red poster hanging above our bed. Granted, that's an anti communist slogan, but for some odd reason she thought I was capping on Indians.

And it's only going to get worse

NEW YORK - New York City correction officers have been ordered to start working 12-hour shifts due to 'excessive staff absenteeism.' This, as a December 1 vaccine mandate deadline is looming for those officers.


NEW YORK (AP) — New York City’s troubled jail system is facing more turmoil: the suspension of potentially hundreds of corrections officers for failing to meet a Tuesday night deadline to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Oh, horseshit

NEW YORK (AP) — Alec Baldwin told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in an interview airing Thursday that he did not pull the trigger on a prop gun he was holding on a New Mexico film set when it went off, killing a cinematographer. 

“I didn’t pull the trigger,” Baldwin said. “I would never point a gun at anyone and pull the trigger at them. Never.”

Friday gifdump




TN Education Dept. lists 14 race, history concepts that cannot be taught in classrooms

TENNESSEE (WATE) — The Tennessee Department of Education is tweaking a new set of rules covering what can and what can’t be taught when it comes to race and history in classrooms. 

Those topics have been at the center of lots of debate around the country. While the term critical race theory isn’t used in the guidelines for Tennessee schools, you may have heard it in connection with the issue. A draft of new rules came out in August after a bill passed in the General Assembly and the public had a chance to weigh in.

Well, they were white, ya know

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — The Dayton Board of Zoning Appeals has approved the city’s request to demolish a 129-year-old historic building that once was the site of the Wright brothers’ first bike shop. 

Your Feel-Good Story of the Day

CLEARWATER, Fla. - Eleven years ago, William "Big Will" Dunn set out on a mission to help a young child growing up without a father figure. He turned to the one thing that brought him peace as a kid: fishing. 

Since then, Dunn has dedicated his life to helping foster children and those who are growing up without a father figure by taking them on fishing excursions in Clearwater, Florida, through his nonprofit Take a Kid Fishing Inc. 

Dunn has worked with thousands of children as part of the fishing program, but it all started with one very important child: Cameron Delong, who was 8 years old at the time.

Man, I wonder what the fines were on that?

It’s never too late to return a lost library book. 

That’s what the Boise Public Library let its patrons know when a book returned to its facility more than a century later.

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Fucking Nashville, man...

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — An off-duty Davidson County Sheriff's Office deputy witnessed a woman shoot into a car Monday in downtown Nashville, Metro Police report.

Your Friday Morning Florida Report

AUBURNDALE, Fla. - A 14-year-old is facing second-degree murder charges after police say he killed Zachary Jordan Lee Brown, 18, with a kitchen knife on Friday night.

It happened shortly before midnight at the intersection of Lime Street and Charles Avenue. 

Auburndale police say they found Brown unresponsive with two stab wounds while investigating a call about a person lying in the roadway. He was taken to Lakeland Regional Medical Center where he died shortly after arrival. 

According to an arrest report, Brown was in a dating-style relationship with the 14-year-old for approximately nine months and they agreed to meet near the suspect’s house, which was common. 

Good Morning



After Stuart Hutchison died from brain cancer, his beloved French bulldog Nero passed on just 15 minutes later. 

Despite trying surgery and chemotherapy, Hutchison died on August 11, at age 25, after an eight-year battle with cancer, Mirror reported. Things took a devastating turn in June, when Hutchison learned that his cancer had spread to most of his brain and to his bones and pelvis.