What The People Get and the Political Class Does Not

    In recent years we’ve had this issue arise in a different context. While the civilized world has been facing the tactics of cavemen, it has found that to be a ‘new kind’ of war. On the contrary. It is the way war was fought before some moronic European decided lining up in a row and shooting at each other was a good thing to do. | Read More »


    Saturday morning December 19, 2015 the process server contracted to serve a federal 42 U.S.C. § 1983 civil rights law suit 2:15-cv-02268-DJH summons, rule 12B order and complaint to defendant Amanda Stanford (Pinal County Clerk of the Superior Court) at her home in San Tan Valley was successful. The process server’s attempt to serve the other defendant in the federal case, Lynn Hurley Chief Deputy | Read More »

    Federal Lawsuit: Government Corruption in Arizona Pinal County Court Clerk’s Office

    In retaliation for political support of the former Superior Court Clerk’s reelection, newly elected Clerk of Court Amanda Stanford and Chief Deputy Lynn Hurley became self-appointed judges and declared an unfinished medical malpractice court case to be ‘over’. Then they decided the loser through criminal interference in a judicial proceeding, of an open civil case ALREADY under the dark shadow of criminal activity in the clerk’s office.

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    Marriage Equality: SCOTUS’ Pandora’s Box

    Let me see if I can keep this straight: The whole marriage thing about gays is based on equality. It derives from the 14th Amendment’s section: “nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” As with almost every absurd attempt to redefine constitutional protections, this one revolves around the definition of ‘equal’, and that requires out of context meaning, | Read More »

    King v. Burwell was Decided in 1869

    What happens when the phrase in Obamacare “enrolled in through an Exchange established by the State under 1311″ is interpreted to not mean ‘the state’, as in you know, the states? but rather, by ‘the state': as in, the state created under the United States of America? We can throw out the entire guarantee of the Republican form of government under section 4 of the | Read More »

    Nothing at all true about gun control

     Read an interesting ‘classic’ weird news quip (scroll down to the bottom of the page for: A News of the Weird Classic (March 2011)) where a not so veiled liberal attack on second amendment rights is contained in a rather interesting take on the OK Corral. “Tombstone, Ariz., which was the site of the legendary 1881 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (commemorated in a 1957 | Read More »


    Remember the old phrase: a whole is greater than the sum of its parts? Well, it is a mistranslation. That is not at all what Kurt Koffka uttered. Koffka was from a long list of Gestalt psychology sheep. Rather than bore the reader with attacking Gestalt in great detail (which it cannot survive), I’ll suffice with this simple definition: Gestalt theory depends on cutting a | Read More »

    And they want to know why Hollywood is dying.

    Used to be: back before what was going on in the background, became more important than what was going on with the artists; that movies were good. George Lucas said: “The pathway to get into theaters is really getting smaller and smaller.” Steven Spielberg stated: “There’s going to be an implosion where three or four or maybe even a half-dozen megabudget movies are going to | Read More »

    In case my candidate does not get the nomination…

    I would prefer Gingrich or Santorum, but if it happens like it probably will happen:  

    Just For Fun – Ask The Teleprompter   Hilarious You gotta be specific though. Asking a two work question won’t establish context and concept but asking something that does, results in a speech taken from some 55 Obama speeches with a typical liberal twist on everything. Hilarious. Office safe. BTW.

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