December 31, 2018

The Un-American Dream

Its not just an UnCola.

By Howie at 10:18 AM | Comments |

November 06, 2018

Sandcrawler Rumors: I Hear There was an Election or Something?

Results here.

Early returns House and Senate from Indiana and Kentucky are predictably red.

House:Dems + 26 seats. 219/193

Senate:Republicans + 2. at 51 seats.

Governors:Dems + 7. 25/22 in favor of Republicans.

By Howie at 06:35 PM | Comments |

April 12, 2018

Astro-Grass Roots

By Howie at 09:06 AM | Comments |

April 10, 2018

Politically Incorrect Video Of The Day

Progressive just means progressing government power, its a play on progress, wherein "progress" is equated with ever expanding government. Incrementalism, or the incremental taking of freedom, for the common good of course.

By Howie at 12:55 PM | Comments |

March 20, 2018

Russia Just Following DNCs Lead

So as it turns out Russia wasn't the only one meddling with the 2016 election.

But Facebook didn't know, they totally pinky swear!

Update: Now I learn on the way home NPR says some Trump strategist or some guy who might have been maybe also used the same data? Which just goes to show you, they all do it. And when I say all I mean ALL.

Anyway I'm probably not supposed to say that, its been nice knowing ya'll.

By Howie at 07:23 AM | Comments |

February 26, 2018


Hat Tip: Russian Trolls.

By Howie at 02:32 PM | Comments |

February 25, 2018

Find Your Center

You know with the way things are, Its been confusing, now with McLaughhlin back at least I have a political rock to clings to.

By Howie at 06:45 PM | Comments |

February 19, 2018

Bahmp Dahmp Ba Ba Ba Badubump

Boom boom boom, bah bah bahdadadamp....

Predictions! Biden will run, even with the creepy Uncle Joe factor his Charisma makes him a 7/10 favorite over Romney.... 50/50 vs Trump....

I ask you, Jawa Readers?

By Howie at 09:11 AM | Comments |

January 22, 2018

Who's Interests?

A nice argument for why its not in the National Interest for the FBI to look bad. So therefore we shouldn't question the FBI because its important.

Which sound kind of like the argument Stalin used in the USSR, you know these people question me, so...... it makes Russia look bad...... Pow!

So its in the People's interest that the FBI or for that matter the State Dept, or the EPA or the Congress or even the President is held to account. Always....

Because if they are not held to account when they do wrong, that damages their credibility more than anything, so holding them to account is not only in the people's interest its in the National Interest.....

Make whatever arguments you want pro or con, I don't care but our government and its agencies can never be beyond reproach, if they are, there is no America anymore.

At that point you might as well move to Cuba and just drink frozen fruity things on the beach.

By Howie at 08:38 AM | Comments |

January 07, 2018

John The Force Ghost McLaughlin

By Howie at 09:59 PM | Comments |

December 22, 2017

Up Side Down Side

On the down side, Jawa comments are down.

On the Upside. McLaughlin Group is back!

Starring Tom Rogan as Dr. John McLaughlin, Elanor Cleft as Elanor Cleft, Clarence Page as Thor and Patrick Buchanan as Supreme Chancellor.

Which means next year we'll know what's going to happen before it happens.

By Howie at 12:01 PM | Comments |

November 08, 2017

The Key


For most people, both Donald Trump’s campaign and success came out of nowhere.

But not for Anne Sorock of The Frontier Lab.

Anne started writing for Legal Insurrection in April 2012 and was a regular contributor for many years. Over time Anne focused more and more of her time at The Frontier Lab, and now writes for us only sporadically.

...Anne: That was the functional part — being an outsider would allow him to do what previous candidates, and all candidates being considered, were incapable of. And that was absolutely reject the king-makers at CPAC and in DC in general.

There was so much anger I had been cataloging at those in charge. There was a seething sense of being disrespected by those in charge. One of the insights from my research at the time was that when people were asked to “choose the lesser of two evils,” they were basically dropping like flies from the Republican label. They might vote that way, but they resented it even more each time. They were looking for an anti-hero.

WAJ: What were their issue differences with the CPAC crowd?

Anne: It was outside of the issue spectrum completely. There was a shift away from one-off issue concerns (taxes, health care, even jobs) in favor of the underlying heart foundation for those issues. Another event that those leaving the Republican label had in common (and yet remaining to vote that way) was an incident of perceived betrayal by the GOP establishment. Individual after individual had an anecdote to relate of an extremely negative interaction with a party official or candidate. Those peddling the issues simply looked down upon them and that showed

The natives, we're restless. we're forgotten, we don't matter. We're Chattel. We're taken for granted that we'll get up tomorrow and slog it out again for less and less to give the elite more and more.

So "we" blew it up.

What I see coming next is an entire drop out by conservatives. Where young people won't put forth effort, they won't sacrifice and push, because the return is the same. You can work your ass off and end up broke on social security and medicare Or looking around me, you can lay on your ass for 40 years and get the exact same thing.

So why put out the effort if there is no return? Bust your ass for an ever shrinking net buying power. That is crazy, not the people.

By Howie at 01:14 PM | Comments |

May 15, 2017

Sandcrawler PSA: Racist Muslima Hates Krackers And That's OK

There is no racism in Islam, but Racist Muslima Rihanna Martin still hates you.

RACE Why Black People Are Allowed To Be Anti-White

If we go back to history when there were points where white folks were “enslaved”, it could never be compared to the disastrous past we’ve faced. White people weren’t taken away from their country by black people who were too lazy to work. They weren’t forced to work under deplorable conditions, labeled as not human, dehumanized, publicly lynched, bombed on their own country’s soil, or unlawfully experimented on by the government

None of that stuff actually happened to this Muslima but, you know, it's still OK to hate whitey.

By Howie at 10:31 AM | Comments |

April 05, 2017

Why Hello Pat

Wow we've never made the title of one of Pat's videos before.

By Howie at 07:12 AM | Comments |

November 23, 2016

Refugees? What Refugees?

By Howie at 01:41 PM | Comments |

November 08, 2016

Feel Good Video of the Day from Cleveland

Clearly someone has left the reservation.

By Howie at 02:43 PM | Comments |

November 02, 2016

Anonymous Speech IS Free Speech

The ability to speak anonymously or use a pen name is a pillar of free speech.

The decision to publish anonymously was important for two reasons: It let the authors speak with a single voice and, as Madison was already an important voice in shaping the Constitution, allowed the arguments to stand on their own merits. As Federalist “No. 1” explains, “My arguments will be open to all, and may be judged of by all.”

But despite its clear importance to America’s founding and its enshrinement in the First Amendment, the ability of Americans to anonymously advocate ideas they care about is under attack at the state and federal level.

Non-profit organizations such as the NAACP or the National Rifle Association have for decades vigorously partaken in the public policy debate. To keep their doors open, non-profits have generally relied on the support of thousands of members who believe in the organization’s mission. But politicians and bureaucrats in states such Missouri, South Dakota, Washington, and Oregon are risking diminishing that support considerably. Voters in South Dakota and Washington will be asked next week to vote on ballot initiatives requiring supporters’ personal information be reported to the government. Public officials in Missouri and Oregon, meanwhile, are backing legislative measures implementing this free speech-chilling policy. Similar efforts are underway, or will be soon, in other states.

The sad fact is that forced disclosure would open people up to harassment and violent attack. If these laws pass, individuals’ names, home address, contributions, and more will end up in a searchable government website, where anyone could use the information to target their opponents. Ultimately, this could stifle people’s willingness to speak out and support causes they believe in—exactly what TED’s Chris Anderson warned.

By Howie at 02:24 PM | Comments |

November 01, 2016

7 Days Out Even ABC Has Trump +1 Over Clinton

Oh my God he just might pull it off.

trong enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton has ebbed since the renewal of the FBI’s email investigation.

While vote preferences have held essentially steady, she’s now a slim point behind Donald Trump -- a first since May -- in the latest ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates.

Forty-six percent of likely voters support Trump in the latest results, with 45 percent for Clinton. Taking it to the decimal for illustrative purposes, a mere .7 of a percentage point divides them. Third-party candidate Gary Johnson has 3 percent, a new low; Jill Stein, 2 percent.

If you recall the Brexit vote Trump could be leading by even more than that.

I'll call it a dead heat, last week I thought 8/5 in favor of Clinton.

By Howie at 08:34 AM | Comments |

October 19, 2016

Revenge of the Debates

I have a comment here, but its very very bad. So I'm not going there. Well maybe on twitter.

My prediction, pandamonium!

By Howie at 07:28 PM | Comments |

October 12, 2016

All is Fair in Love and War But Politics is Dirty

Update: Apparently Twitter is down with voter fraud.

By Howie at 09:11 AM | Comments |

October 10, 2016

0/09/16 TRUMP Presidential Debate 2 FULL

I could not decide if I wanted to watch Mad Max or the debate.

I settled on Max Max as it more closely reflected reality.

By Howie at 08:29 AM | Comments |

October 05, 2016

VP Debate

Just STFU and respect the time these homos have together.

By Howie at 08:12 AM | Comments |

September 26, 2016

Debate Fevah X!

I've got a fever..... and the only cure is.... Well that's another story, but here is the debate.

Just waiting for the debate to come around on the guitar here.

Anyway I thought up some snarky stuff for this earlier. WTF it was escapes me now.

By Howie at 07:03 PM | Comments |

September 08, 2016

(Almost) Full Presidential Forum

Or whatever that BS was called.

Must have been the worst part for Hillary, hence flagged off

By Howie at 09:51 AM | Comments |

September 02, 2016

A Word From Rochester

As a pasty white guy I never call a black man brother, I call him man. Because he is the same as any man. I acknowledge his status as a free man.

Save for this guy this guy is a Man.

By Howie at 03:03 PM | Comments |

August 01, 2016

Jeb Bush and the Gimp Suit

So the snark of the day goes to Kurt Schlichter, but what makes today different form any other day?

What have we learned from this? We can’t answer that unless we get beyond the natural tendency to assume that the problem is that everyone else is wrong: “Gosh, if the voters weren’t so stupid they would have totally fallen in line with our commands and right now we’d be watching Jeb Bush being fitted for a gimp suit by Hillary instead of seeing Trump [checks current polls] uh, cleaning her clock. Wait, what?”

...In short, did we completely screw up? Nah, it’s clearly everyone else who’s wrong. They’re just too stupid to understand that they need to obediently fall in line. After all, their real interests are actually – and super conveniently – our interests.

Seriously – is that where we are at? Because I’m hearing a lot of such nonsense from people horrified at Trump and, by extension, the GOP voters who nominated him fair and square. Can we really blame them for voting for the one guy who actually paid attention to what they were saying?

Yes indeed the Indians have gone off the reservation that the GOP had so lovingly gave them, fine land they said, plenty of water and trees they said. Game to hunt, good fishing they said.


Um, yeah. See there is A TREE, it wasn't a total lie lie.

By Howie at 01:44 PM | Comments |

July 28, 2016

Like Bookends of a Sh*t Sandwich

Here is Barack Obama's very last speech to the DNC as president.

So Barack Obama gave a speech in 2004 that made him president in my opinion, it was that good. This is also a good speech. But that connection only comes through in his campaigns, as President he seldom if ever spoke like that to the people. He never looked that relaxed and confident.

The thing I call him on is this, He said something that America is more liked and respected in the world now than when he took office. That's very debatable. I tend to disagree. It can't be as if every. single. criticism. of the Obama Administration is false now can it.

Also I fear the Democrats may have set themselves up for a big letdown tonight. Hillary will have a tough time following Bill's speech, Biden's speech and Obama's speech without the audience noting she's just not that good.

So expect it to go out with a fizzle there. And balloons of course.

So anyone else thing Obama looked all happy because he knows that now Hillary will be blamed for every singe thing that happened during his tenure, she'll face a long hard campaign, Wiki Leaks, yahda yahda yahda.

Michelle is measuring for new curtains. He walks out scot free.

Update: I'll add the rest of the speeches from last night below the fold. The Biden speech is not half bad. I mean in a strictly speech judging sort of way.

Also Bloomberg can go strait to hell. Yeah the Hillary campaign is gonna help the little guy. Up next Michael Bloomberg gives speech on why the government should raid your house in search of illicit sugar.

(Bloomberg, GSTH)

By Howie at 08:54 AM | Comments |

July 26, 2016

Commie! Commie! Commie!

Bernie's speech at the DNC.

It seems the Commie is popular.

By Howie at 08:44 AM | Comments |

July 22, 2016

07/21 RNC Speeches

By Howie at 08:42 AM | Comments |

July 20, 2016

Trump Nomination Speeches

Go get em Chris.

Paul Ryan.

Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump!

Sorry I got carried ways there. ;-)

By Howie at 08:40 AM | Comments |

July 19, 2016

Video: Melania Trump's full speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention

Personally given her difficulties and nervousness during the speech, I feel Mrs. Trump passed the test. No major problems, a bit of stumbling over language.

Of course last night was all about evaluating her as a potential First Lady. She will improve, become more comfortable. She'll do.

She was good enough the liberal rags felt the need to attack her for serveral very generic political statements which they feel were "stolen" from Michelle Obama.

Here's one that wasn't stolen from Mooch. "I will never take the freedoms this country offers for granted." Whereas Moochelle hates America. Hates living in a house that slaves built .

So unless Moochelle has copyrighted "Hard Work" and "Dreams" then the left's Muckrakers need to shut it.

By Howie at 08:55 AM | Comments |

July 07, 2016

Pat Condell: Brexit! F*ck Yeah!

By Howie at 02:47 PM | Comments |

May 06, 2016

Zo! Nooooo!

Jawas love Zo and hate change.

By Howie at 09:48 AM | Comments |

April 11, 2016

Republican Party Scared of Allowing Its Members to Vote

I like how Colorado's Republican party decided "it cost too much" to allow the voters to vote.

Followed closely by Indiana who can't wait ignore the voters and let the party faithful decide what is right for America for the lowly uneducated voters.

So I have an idea, let start calling the Republican Establishment the Republican Politburo.

I mean its pretty much a Communist Front now anyway.

The only ones I see who support such a move are die hard died in the wool Cruz supporters who seem to like overriding the will of the people on a technicality.

Which really seems to only drive home the point, Ted Cruz is a lawyer.

And you know what 10,000 lawyers at the bottom of the sea are, don't you?

And I can accept Ted Cruz as President, if that is the will of the voters. The problem is, so far its not the will of the voters and makes the Republican Party look just as crooked as it actually is.

This behavior is exactly why Trump gets to many votes. Because the Republican Party has screwed over the people one too many times. Yet there they go again.

By Howie at 12:29 PM | Comments |

March 22, 2016

Primary Results American Samoa Arizona Utah

Here we go primary results, remember there is an election going on.

American Samoa: Voting.

Arizona: AZ: Trump wins 47.1% with 75% reporting. (58 delegates)
Cruz 24.7%
Other 18.2% LOL
Kasich 10.0%

Dems: Clinton 57.8% with 78% reporting.
Sanders 39.7%

(Note reports of lots of folks in line at closing, Bernie supporters apparently are not a punctual bunch)

Utah: Cruz wins 69.2% with 85% reporting. (40 delegates)
Kasich 16.9%
Trump 14%

Dems: Sanders wins 79.7% with 82% reporting.
Clinton 19.8%

(Same reports of long lines, also Dems vote in Idaho, same same)

Idaho Dems: Sanders wins at 78% with 100% reporting.
Clinton 21.2%

Updated delegate counts as of 03/23 07:00 cdt.

Trump 741.
Cruz 461.
Kasich 145.
Rubio 166.

Dems: Clinton 1711.
Sanders 939.

By Howie at 09:00 PM | Comments |

March 11, 2016


By Howie at 04:21 PM | Comments |

Anti Trump Protesters Standing on the Flag


There are crowds of supporters and protesters. Its already ugly.

By Howie at 11:40 AM | Comments |