Sunday, September 29, 2013


Wrench in Chief

In other words: Shut Down the Government.

Shut Down Gov

We all need a vacation from government right about now. A vacation from politicians and those who live for government, but I repeat myself. We're also due for a Big Fight in Washington, one worth having, and one where Obama is forced to do things he doesn't want to do. And one of the reasons I'm not worried about a government shutdown is because those who are most worried about it are politicians. When politicians speak of essential government services- courts, police, military- remind them that they're admitting the rest is inessential. And nothing seems more inessential today than politicians. 

Saturday, September 28, 2013

The GOP Are "Terrorists", Obama? You Mean Like Your Friend, Bill Ayers?

Where is the reporter to ask an Obama mouthpiece -after he calls republicans terrorists- about Obama being long time friends with a terrorist, one who hosted Obama's political coming out party at his home; one who ran, with Obama, a Chicago school into the ground, blowing Millions of dollars; one who, according to some evidence, wrote Obama's first book, etc. And one whose friendship Obama has never renounced, unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers. Here's a cartoon of Bill Ayers that I did for Front Page Magazine called - Bill Ayers: From Bombs to Obama. Ayers probably figured that Obama could do far more damage to America from the inside as its president than Ayers could ever do as a terrorist.

Friday, September 27, 2013


Is Ted Cruz The Guy? Listen to our answer here.

I HOPE This Is Obama's Reaction After Today's Cloture Vote On The Continuing Resolution….


I created this during the time of Obamacare's passing (I like the sound of that, "Obamacare's passing)". I post it again in this final moment of truth for the republican party. Defund or Defend, Republicans, Defund or Defend. Especially defend your vote in your next election.

The Republican

Defund or Defend

This is a follow up to a post called The Democrat which I posted on the eve of the vote for Obamacare in March, 2010. Same thing applies here. Either Republicans Defund Obamacare or they Defend it in the next election. Defund or Defend.

They Likely Will, But Let's See….

Wednesday, September 25, 2013


POS Senator Harry Reid, at the behest of POS Senator John McCain, stopped Ted Cruz from continuing his speech/filibuster after 21 hours. The days of these rat bastards are just about over and they know it. The future belongs to Ted Cruz and they're dying over it. As much as dead men can die.

TRUE hope

As I write this, future President of the United States of America, Ted Cruz, is in his 10th hour of his filibuster against Obamacare. He gives me hope. TRUE Hope.

UPDATE: Check out Ted Cruz recommending and reading from Atlas Shrugged starting at 1:48:50 of this video:

Sunday, September 22, 2013


Reading some of the things Nancy Pelosi has been saying of late, I thought of the name Pill Poppin' Pelosi for her, and then Amy Peikoff thought of a better one…

The PelOSi creature said there's nothing left to cut in the budget: "the cupboard is bare". I agree, if by cupboard she means her skull. And then the PelOSi creature said that Obamacare means freedom to 'follow your passion'

Why Do We Keep Looking At You?

Maybe because you might as well be wearing a headscarf full of swastikas.

I can't stand seeing Muslim women in America dressed in Full Islamic gHarb, with some even dressing in Full Burka's, and then hear them bitching about how people look at them. The fact that Muslims have been murdering non-Muslims Every Single Day for the last 1,300+ years, not to mention 9/11, might have something to do with how we look at them in a certain way. Wear your prison clothing and we'll look at you the wrong way. We are at War, a war being waged on civilization by Islam's consistent practitioners, by Islam's heroes, the jihadists, and some of those killers have worn headscarves and burkas. In other words, seeing very easily recognizable Muslims reminds us of the war we're in, and I think these creatures know exactly what they're doing, trying to scare and intimidate infidels, just for the hell of it, to get off. This graphic is my response to a video a friend sent my way. I watched only about a minute or two because I wanted to keep my lunch.

LEADERS & dealers


Terrorstine was to be a comic strip dealing with this post-9/11 world from the perspective of a young "palestinian" girl. I only read the first installment of Daniel's strip, but it had a very strong opening where -as I interpret it- the young girl chooses to ignore her conscience for Islamic reasons - resulting in a terrorist attack she could have possibly helped to prevent - and is guilt-ridden over not doing so, which is the beginning of her journey. The project was initiated by Doris Wise Montrose, president and founder of the group, Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and it was to be written by Daniel Greenfield of the Sultan Knish blog. It never got off the ground, for a number of reasons. For myself, at the time, about two years ago, I had a number of projects I was working on at once and starting yet another project- one that would be done on spec- wasn't doable for me at the time.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

"Batman…could be anybody" ?

The subtext from a scene in The Dark Knight Rises

Tweeted these:

Warner Bros Exec: "Ben! You're our new Batman!"
Asslick: "....Why?"
WBE: "Hahaha!"
Asslick: "No, really, Why Me?! *I* wouldn't cast me."

WB exec: "Zack! Ben Affleck's our new Batman!"
ZackSnyder: "...he auditioned?"
WBE: "No"
ZS: "Bale auditioned."
WBE: "Ben's a great director" 

I add to the last: "….so if you don't get on *board*….."

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

My 1987 Poster for the 200th Anniversary of The Constitution

For Constitution Day, here's my 1987 Poster for the 200th Anniversary of The Constitution. I drew it for my high school's 200th anniversary of The Constitution art contest and I ended up being the first place winner. I got to go to City Hall and shake hands with the Mayor, which was a pretty big deal at the time. (a time before I learned that I should have washed my hands right away. Repeatedly)

Here's Ayn Rand on The Constitution:

"Today, when a concerted effort is made to obliterate this point, it cannot be repeated too often that the Constitution is a limitation on the government, not on private individuals—that it does not prescribe the conduct of private individuals, only the conduct of the government—that it is not a charter for government power, but a charter of the citizens’ protection against the government." - Ayn Rand, The Nature of Government, from Dec. 1963. It was published in her book, The Virtue of Selfishness, and is available to read online at this link.

Monday, September 16, 2013

David Frum the Left

A scumbag named Aaron Alexis just mass-murdered 13 people at a Navy Yard in Washington D.C. and the anti-gun crowd are out in force, calling for "gun control" while the blood of the injured is still flowing. One of these pos's is the obvious leftist who pretends he's on the right, David Frum. I wrote about this punk a couple of years ago when he trashed Andrew Breitbart as "poisonous" right after he died. Here's what I wrote then about this pos:

As a friend of mine perfectly put it: "David Frum the left."

David Frum's "poisonous" reaction to Andrew Breitbart's death proves once again why he's a mere crumb on the right.

crumb - a worthless person

As Ace from "Ace of Spades" writes in the link above:

"...Breitbart is more alive than David Frum has ever been."

Also, below is a post I did for NewsRealBlog in Dec. 2010 in response to this bum's group called "No Labels":

“No Labels” = No Reality, No Truth, No…BALLS

David Frum’s refusal to accept that A is A is one of the reasons why he’s one of the most ridiculed liberal-conservatives on the scene. He’s now one of the “Founding Leaders” of No Labels, a new group which is meant to be a cure for “hyper-partisanship”, which the website states is “one of the greatest domestic challenges our nation faces.” I think that whenever people with fundamentally different philosophies decide to “work together,” it means that they cannot get away with what they want to get away with without the help of those they despise, and it’s usually the American people who get shafted. We need more individuals who do not compromise on basic principles, not more confused do-gooders who want to make themselves immune from being labeled what they are. No Labels is only adding more gray to a gray world, and as the hero of my first graphic novel, Table for One, says: ”We do live in a gray world….which is why I have to see it in black and white.”
And then there’s the inimitable Ayn Rand:
“There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil.”

American Political Party

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Americans Outnumber "Million Muslim March"

Why would Muslims have a rally in Washington on 9/11 of all days? No doubt that question was in the minds of the American bikers and counter-protesters who outnumbered the rally that was once called the "Million Muslim March". Only dozens of Muslims showed.

Islamic "Peace" Explained

Here's the best breakdown of Islamic "peace" I've ever read. It's by a Muslim named Bassam Tibi, who lives in Germany. From what I gather, he's anti-jihad, anti-sharia law, etc. (meaning, Anti-Islam, in essence) Whatever his twisted reason for remaining a Muslim, I can't say, but I've never heard it put better:

"At its core, Islam is a religious mission to all humanity. Muslims are religiously obliged to disseminate the Islamic faith throughout the world. "We have sent you forth to all mankind" (Q. 34:28). If non-Muslims submit to conversion or subjugation, this call (da’wa) can be pursued peacefully. If they do not, Muslims are obliged to wage war against them. In Islam, peace requires that non-Muslims submit to the call of Islam, either by converting or by accepting the status of a religious minority (dhimmi) and paying the imposed poll tax, jizya. World peace, the final stage of the da’wa, is reached only with the conversion or submission of all mankind to Islam…

Muslims believe that expansion through war is not aggression but a fulfillment of the Qur’anic command to spread Islam as a way of peace. The resort to force to disseminate Islam is not war (harb), a word that is used only to describe the use of force by non-Muslims. Islamic wars are not hurab (the plural of harb) but rather futuhat, acts of “opening” the world to Islam and expressing Islamic jihad.

Relations between dar al-Islam, the home of peace, and dar al-harb, the world of unbelievers, nevertheless take place in a state of war, according to the Qur’an and to the authoritative commentaries of Islamic jurists. Unbelievers who stand in the way, creating obstacles for the da’wa, are blamed for this state of war, for the da’wa can be pursued peacefully if others submit to it.

In other words, those who resist Islam cause wars and are responsible for them."

I got the quote from page 328 of the Andrew Bostom-edited book, The Legacy of Jihad.


While 4 Americans Were Fighting For Their Lives in Benghazi on 9/11/2012….

Sunday, September 08, 2013

How The Left Sees Obama

Friday, September 06, 2013