Thursday, August 31, 2017

Vogue Fashion Editor Who Criticized First Lady For Shoe Wear-------Yikes!

Remember, tranny lives matter.

Racist Fruit

A Greek Life retreat at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) was promptly cancelled this weekend after a banana peel was found hanging in a tree.
“To be clear, many members of our community were hurt, frightened, and upset by what occurred at IMPACT,” Interim Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life Alexa Lee Arndt remarked in an email between Greek leaders, according to The Daily Mississippian. “Because of the underlying reality many students of color endure on a daily basis, the conversation manifested into a larger conversation about race relations today at the University of Mississippi.”
"To be clear, many members of our community were hurt, frightened, and upset by what occurred."   
Apparently, student Ryan Swanson admitted to discarding the banana peel in a tree after he was unable to locate a garbage can, and it was later spotted by Alpha Kappa Alpha President Makala McNeil, who leads one of the campuses historically black sororities.
“The overall tone was heavy. I mean, we were talking about race in Mississippi and in the Greek community so there’s a lot involved,” McNeil recalled, later adding that she and her friend were “all just sort of paranoid for a second” after spotting the banana.
After word of the banana spread throughout the retreat, leaders decided to end the event early. Arndt explained that she “felt it was imperative to provide space immediately to students affected by this incident.”
Campus Reform

Justice Served LOL

This duo picked the wrong pub to knock off.
Joseph McInnis III, 21, and 22-year-old Tyree McCoy robbed a Maryland bar filled with dozens of off-duty officers there for a cop retirement party, WBAL-TV reported

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

The Gaystapo Strikes Back

A first-grade student at Rocklin, Ca. was recently sent to the principal’s office after she accidentally “misgendered” a so-called transgendered classmate in what is being called a “pronoun mishap.” The incident occurred when the student called a male classmate by his given name–unaware that the boy now identified as a girl.
The innocent first-grader was investigated by the principal to determine if she was guilty of bullying the boy by calling him by his original name. That’s right! In California public schools, calling a sexually confused child by the wrong pronoun is considered bullying, and students of any age are subject to disciplinary action for violations.
After frightening the child with an hour-long Gaystapo-styled interrogation, the principal determined that the girl had made an “honest mistake” and was not punished.


US revised second-quarter GDP up 3.0% vs 2.7% rise expected

  • The U.S. economy grew faster than initially thought in the second quarter, notching its quickest pace in more than two years.
  • There are signs that the momentum was sustained at the start of the third quarter.
  • Gross domestic product increased at a 3.0 percent annual rate in the April-June period, the Commerce Department said. 

Joel Osteen Vigorously Attempting To Shove Camel Through Eye Of Needle

Just days after refusing to offer shelter at his megachurch to victims of Hurricane Harvey, popular pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church in Houston was seen vigorously attempting to shove a camel through the eye of a needle.
In a post on Twitter Saturday, Osteen said he was praying for those affected by the storm, and asked Christians to pray for him to gain eternal life.
“We all know how difficult it is to gain salvation,” Osteen said. “I ask all those attempting to find refuge or lost family members in this trying time to just take a moment to pause and to pray that I can get this camel through this thing.”
Osteen went on to say that, “although the task of shoving this 6’6, 1,200 pound camel through the needle’s eye seems hopeless, we must never forget that we can do all things in Christ who strengthens us. I think that’s how it goes, at least—been years since I last picked up a bible. Now get in there you humpy sonofabitch!”
At presstime, Osteen has agreed to open up his church to victims of Harvey, and to allow them to make installment payments for up to 6 months with no money down and no interest for their stay.
Eye Of The Tiber

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Poor, Poor Hillry

Hillary Clinton’s net worth is estimated at $32 million. This week the Clintons continued their suffering. Bill and Hillary sold their summer vacation rental home in the Hamptons for $29 million. 

The Washington Free Beacon reported: Bill and Hillary Clinton’s summer vacation rental home in the Hamptons sold for $29 million after sitting under contract for nearly two years. Apolonia Baptiste, the assistant to the seller Elie Hirschfeld, said that the former first family vacationed at the mansion for part of August in 2011 and 2012, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Gateway Way Pundit

Highest Paid NFL Player

) Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions - $27,000,000

Thar would be per year!

Another Leftie Bites The Bullet

Kenneth L. Storey, a professor at the University of Tampa, tweeted out a statement via Twitter which read: “I don’t believe in instant Karma, but this kinda feels like it for Texas. Hopefully this will help them realize the GOP doesn’t care about them.”
After Storey’s tweet began to pick up traction on social media, he deleted the statement and released an apology, where he said, “I deeply regret a statement I posted yesterday. I never meant to wish ill will upon any group. I hope all affected by Harvey recover quickly.”
But, as the Tampa Bay Times reports, the apology was not enough for university officials who decided to fire Storey.

Bet She' Fun To Live With

To Help Harvey Sufferers

If you’re in Houston, on the Gulf Coast, or in one of the places inland that’s experiencing massive flooding and other catastrophic impacts from Hurricane Harvey, you’re likely too busy to read this right now. But if you’re elsewhere in the state, you may have—like us—found yourself glued to the news coming out of affected areas. People are suffering. We don’t know what’s going to happen. We don’t know how long it’ll take before those places are safe again. We don’t know if they’ll ever return to normal. Because according to the National Weather Service, nobody alive has ever seen a storm like this in Texas.
But even if you are far from the devastation, there are ways to contribute. There are organizations that need support—now more than ever—that will ensure that people impacted by the storm have the resources they need to keep their lives functioning. Here’s a list of some of them, and what they’ll be doing to help:

To Help Kids

The Texas Diaper Bank, which is based out of San Antonio, is putting together relief kit for families with very small children who need access to clean diapers in the midst of flooding and evacuations. Diapers take up a lot of space in a delivery truck, which means that other relief organizations have to decide between bringing diapers or food to affected areas. The Texas Diaper Bank fills in that need.
The Driscoll Children’s Hospital in Corpus Christi weathered the storm well, never losing power. It’s accepting financial donations now, and if you live in the area and want to help, you can also donate blood. They serve a large area, and people from many affected parts of the coast are likely to need their services.

To Help Animals

We all saw the photo of the dog carrying the full bag of food around after the storm, right? Good boy, Otis. And there are a lot of pets who were uprooted by the storm. The SPCA of Texas is taking in hundreds of animals transferred from shelters on the coast who aren’t safe where they are right now. You can donate to the organization to help defray the costs—or you can open your home and foster a displaced animal until it can be reunited with its owner.
If you’re in Austin and want to work with a local org, Austin Pets Alive! is doing similar work, and has similar needs—cash, to keep operating, and volunteers to foster animals. They can also use certain pet supplies: large plastic or metal bins with lids to store food, leashes and collars, cat litter, large brooms, cat-specific beds, and liquid laundry soap. (The organization says they’re good on crates and pet food now, and don’t have much space to store them.)

To Help People With Medical Needs

Even as relief organizations work to help large numbers of people, it’s difficult sometimes for them to provide for people with special needs. Portlight, which has provided inclusive relief to people with disabilities for twenty years—including in Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy—is working to ensure that people who require medical equipment and assistive technology have what they need after they evacuate, and to make sure that those same folks are able to get to safety. They accept donations via PayPal.
Direct Relief USA offers prescription drugs and other medical supplies to those who need it in emergency situations, and works with clinics and primary care doctors to ensure that people are able to get what they need when they need it. They’re accepting financial contributions.

To Provide Food

Here’s a list of food banks in both affected areas and in places where those affected are likely to spend some time in the immediate aftermath of the storm (via the Houston Press):
Houston Food Bank
Galveston Food Bank
Food Bank of the Golden Crescent (Victoria)
Closed Friday
Corpus Christi Food Bank
Southeast Texas Food Bank (Beaumont)
Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley (Pharr)
Brazos Valley Food Bank (Bryan)
Central Texas Food Bank (Austin)
San Antonio Food Bank

To Help The Homeless

The Houston Coalition for the Homeless is facilitating shelter for homeless people in Houston, including offering up-to-date information about which shelters currently have space, who’s the best fit for each one, and how to get there safely. They’re accepting financial donations to continue their work.

To Help Farmers

There’ve been a lot of dramatic photos of cattle and other livestock being rescued in the storm, but there’ll be a lot of recovering to do for many of them. The Texas Department of Agriculture’s STAR Fund is a resource made up entirely of private donations that go to farmers and ranchers affected by the storm.

To Help Those Displaced

If you’re not in one of the affected areas and you have a spare room, you can host someone by listing your home on Airbnb for free, with no service fees to anyone. Right now, most of the listings are in Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio. If you’re in any of those cities—or another part of the state that’s not experiencing flooding—you might consider listing your space so displaced people have more options.
In Dallas, Trusted World is operating three shelters for evacuees. They need donations, supplies (clean clothing, non-perishable food, toiletries, diapers, and baby formula), and volunteers to help sort out the things that people have dropped off.
Global Giving is trying to raise $2 million to help those affected by the storm. As of this writing, they’ve raised $43,000, but the campaign had just launched. The organization provides food, gas, clean water, hygiene products, and shelter in the short-term, and then funnels the remaining resources to local organizations to facilitate long-term recovery.
HEB doesn’t accept donations, but it’s worth being aware that the supermarket chain provides emergency response services, mobile kitchens, and disaster-response units to affected areas. (They also announced on Sunday that they’d be collecting donations at the register for the American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, and Feeding Texas.) That’s especially important as a number of stores in affected areas (including the entire Houston area) are closed. You can learn more about which stores are closed—and which ones have reopened—here.

Houston Is The Best Of America. Berkeley Is The Worst. Here's Why.

Over the weekend, we saw the best of America: Americans helping Americans in Houston. Race, creed, color — none of it mattered. Americans were in need, and other Americans moved to help them.
Meanwhile, in Berkeley, we saw the worst of America: Americans, garbed in black, helmeted, wearing bandannas over their faces, assaulting peaceful protesters merely there to exercise their free speech rights. We saw the police stand down. We saw assaults in the streets.
So, what’s the difference between Americans in Houston and Americans in Berkeley?

In Houston, the existential threat is nature. And Americans who wouldn’t share a meal are now sharing speedboats, attempting to help each other survive her wrath. Survival is the top priority; death is the ultimate enemy.
But remove that existential threat, and people look for a new existential threat. That’s what we’re seeing in Berkeley: Americans defining one another as an existential threat. Antifa defines the “system” as an existential threat — a wellspring of racism, bigotry, and economic injustice. And they define anyone who disagrees with them as a “fascist” worthy of violence. This is horse manure, but it’s their justification for their violence. 
Daily Wire

USC Goofs Big Time

NTK- Legendary sports broadcaster Brent Musburger said he would not vote for the University of Southern California’s quarterback Sam Darnold for the Heisman Trophy if USC changed the name of its horse during an interview on the popular Barstool Sport’s podcast, “Pardon my Take.”
USC is currently considering changing the name of its horse from Traveler because Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee favorite horse shared the same name.

O Hiatus

If you otice oe of the letters o my computer is't workig. If you still have't figured it out, dear liberal, it's the oe betwee the 'm' ad the 'o' of the alphabet.

I will be i Arizoa for oe week startig August 31. Per chace I could use the motel computer but why waste a good vacatio writig a colum for folks who do't pay me for my time, ayway?

Ejoy your Labor Day festivities. See you o or about September 8. MJH

Monday, August 28, 2017

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Ain't This Truth

I have to believe those twenty years I taught high school American history are in the toilet

Must Be California


Men, It's Best To See Her Without Make-Up Before Sliding A Ring On The Finger

Nancy Pelosi Finally Got Something Right

This week former Speaker of the House California Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi said, “The Constitution does not say that a person can yell wolf in a crowded theater.” For the first time, she said something with which I find no fault.

Clarice Feldman from The America Thinker

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Today's Youth

News Flash From Memphis About 'Gone With The Wind'

The Orpheum Theater in Memphis cancelled the annual showing of “Gone With the Wind” after alt-left complaints of racism.

The historic Memphis theater has shown the movie for decades.

In the event you had forgotten or didn't know the woman on the left shown in the picture below was named Hattie McDaniel. Because of her riveting portrayal in the film she won an Academy Award; the first Black to receive one.

Youth today-------they should be paddles

My Favorite Motto: Never Trust A Woman With A Hyphenated Lat Name

Religious artifacts removed from display on the San Domenico School were moved to storage elsewhere on campus.
Do you find this offensive? Thought you might be interested in knowing tuition, beginnning in kindergarten is $29.9K per year.

It's probably because I'm a practicing Roman Catholic; you know what I mean? I attend Mass once a week at the minimum. I'm still one of those weirdos who commits himself to attending Mass on the Holy Days of Obligation. I even go to Mass on Ash Wednesday, receive the ashes on  my forehead and they stay there all day long. For me, it's a symbol of my faith.

Well, I popped a vein this morning when I read a story out of, where else, California. A school administrator with a hyphenated last name is heading up  program to remove statues of Jesus and Mary from school property. Here's what it is about the Smith-Jones type. They're frustrated old battle axes who were damned lucky to find a guy if they can. And the ones they get are beaten down so badly the're like whimpering dogs who were mistreated and malnourished. My guess is this administrator, Skewes-Cox is as homely as a Rottweiler with the mange.

There was a coach out of Storm Lake, Iowas who headed up the football program at Buena Vista College. We became good friends. I was coaching at the local Catholic high school. I can write his name because he's passed on. It was John Naughton. I was about to get married. He gave me these words of advice one month prior to the wedding: "If you want to have a good wife you have to snap her garters in place" And he was right.

'An independent Catholic school in San Anselmo, California, has sparked the ire of some parents after officials removed and relocated a large number of religious statues, reportedly including those of Jesus and Mary, in order not to alienate children of other faiths.
Amy Skewes-Cox, who heads San Domenico School’s board of trustees, said at least 18 of the 180 religious icons still remain at the school as part of a plan approved unanimously by the board last year, the Marin Independent Journal reported.'

A Listing: Barack Obama Pardons

  1. Thank God I was given a brain and a memory. John 'McPain' McCain has blasted Pres. Trump for issuing a pardon to former Arizona sheriff, Joe Arpaio. Sheriff Joe was charged with a misdemeanor for violating the rights of prisoners. The ex-Sheriff is now 85 years old.
  2. The wonderful aspect of the internet is being able to go back in history. I cannot recall one Republican complaining about Obama's pardons. Furthermore, how many Republicans and the media gave Bill Clinton a pass when he pardoned mega donor and American traitor, Marc Rich? I am profiling from a list of 70 Obama's most egregious pardons. 
 Chelsea Manning's pardon was a joke. In addition to Manning, Obama also pardoned Oscar L√≥pez Rivera, a Puerto Rican nationalist who was convicted of seditious conspiracy, use of force to commit robbery, interstate transportation of firearms and ammunition to aid in the commission of a felony, and interstate transportation of stolen vehicles.

And what the hell ever happened to the scum sucking Bowe Bergdahl?
  1. Khosrow Afghahi, who was indicted in 2015 for allegedly facilitating the illegal export of high-tech microelectronics, uninterruptible power supplies and other commodities to Iran in violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.
  1. James Bernard Banks of Liberty, Utah, who was convicted of illegal possession of government property and sentenced in 1972 to two years of probation.
  2. James Anthony Bordinaro of Gloucester, Mass., who was convicted to conspiracy to restrain, suppress, and eliminate competition in violation of the Sherman Act
  1. Bernard Bryan Bulcourf, who was convicted in Florida in 1988 of counterfeiting money.
  1. Tooraj Faridi, who was indicted in 2015 for allegedly facilitating the illegal export of high-tech microelectronics, uninterruptible power supplies and other commodities to Iran in violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act
  2. Timothy James Gallagher of Navasota, Texas, who was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine. He was sentenced to three years of probation.
  3. Jon Dylan Girard, who was convicted of counterfeit in Ohio of 2002.
  4. Nima Golestaneh, who pleaded guilty in Vermont in 2015 to wire fraud and his involvement in the October 2012 hacking of a Vermont-based engineering consulting and software company. 
  5. Cindy Marie Griffith of Moyock, North Carolina, who was convicted of distribution of satellite cable television decryption devices.
  6. Martin Kaprelian of Park Ridge, Ill., who was convicted of conspiracy to transport stolen property in interstate commerce; transporting stolen property in interstate commerce; and concealing stolen property that was transported in interstate commerce.
  1. Jimmy Ray Mattison of Anderson, S.C., who was convicted of conspiracy to transport and cause the transportation of altered securities in interstate commerce, transporting and causing the transportation of altered securities in interstate commerce. 
  2. Bahram Mechanic, who was indicted on charges of violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act for allegedly shipping millions of dollars in technology to their company in Iran.
  3. Michael Ray Neal, who was convicted of manufacture, assembly, modification and distribution of equipment for unauthorized decryption of satellite cable programming,
  4. Karen Alicia Ragee of Decatur, Ill., who was convicted of conspiracy to traffic counterfeit goods.
  5. Christine Marie Rossiter, who was convicted of conspiracy to distribute 50 kilograms of marijuana.
  6. Jamari Salleh of Alexandria, Va., who was convicted of false claims upon and against the United States and sentenced to four years probation, a $5,000 fine and $5,900 restitution.
  7. Alfor Sharkey of Omaha, Nebraska, who was convicted of unauthorized acquisition of food stamps and sentenced to three years probation with 100 hours of community service and $2,750 restitution.
  8. Willie Shaw, Jr. of Myrtle Beach, S.C., who was convicted to armed bank robbery and sentenced in 1974 to 15 years' imprisonment.
  9. Donald Barrie Simon, Jr. of Chattanooga, Tenn., who was convicted of aiding and abetting in the theft of an interstate shipment and sentenced to two years imprisonment and three years probation.
  10. Brian Edward Sledz, who was convicted of wire fraud in Illinois in 1993.
  11. Lynn Marie Stanek of Tualatin, Oregon, who was convicted of unlawful use of a communication facility to distribute cocaine and sentenced to six months in jail, five years probation conditioned on residence in a community treatment center for a period not to exceed one year.
  12. Albert Byron Stork, who was convicted of filing a false tax return in Colorado in 1987.
  13. Kimberly Lynn Stout of Bassett, Va., who was convicted to bank embezzlement and false entries in the books of a lending institution. She was sentenced in 1993 to one day imprisonment, three years' supervised release including five months home confinement.
  14. Larry Wayne Thornton of Forsyth, Georgia, who was convicted of possession of an unregistered firearm and possession of a firearm without a serial number, and was sentenced to four years proba
  15. Donna Kaye Wright of Friendship, Tenn., who was. convicted of embezzlement and misapplication of bank funds.

Friday, August 25, 2017

Folks, California Democrats Make Life A Fun Time

A bill that passed the California state Senate and is now moving through the Assembly would threaten jail time for anyone who refuses to use a transgender person’s preferred pronoun. The law is currently limited in its effects to nursing homes and intermediate-care facilities, but if passed, those who “willfully and repeatedly” refuse “to use a transgender resident’s preferred name or pronouns” could be slapped with a $1,000 fine and up to one year in prison, National Review reported Friday.

Daily Caller

I Love Southerners

Maybe this newspaper wanted to save on ink. Or, they're showing those above the Mason-Dixon Line the proper way to speak English.

Turnabout Is Fair Play Or Something Like That

A group of students and parents in Alabama is calling for the removal of a rainbow pride flag from a high school classroom — arguing that it can be compared to displaying a Confederate flag.
“We strongly feel that it creates a hostile and provocative learning environment for students not comfortable to openly supporting the LGBTQ+ community in a public school where students come from diverse political and religious backgrounds,” a petition reads about the flag in Auburn.
More than 800 people have signed the petition demanding the flag on display just outside a classroom at Auburn High School be taken down.
The flag was hung last week during a school fair for the school’s Educate club, which promotes diversity, according to NBC affiliate WSFA. 
NY Post

Where To Buy A Confederate Flag

Two years ago this September the Queen and I took some Wisconsin friends to Washington D.C. On the first day of our trip we visited the Gettysburg battle site. Afterward, as the sun began its descent we dined in the idyllic community of Gettysburg after walking the streets of this town still looking like a town from hundred-fifty years ago. It so happened I stopped in a shop selling Civil War memorabilia.

Even in 2015 there was a hubbub, a clamoring if you will, to get rid of anything dealing with the Stars & Bars. This lack of an appreciation of history torques me off. In other words, I don't like being told what to do or not do when the Constitution guarantees me those rights. So, I purchased a small Confederate flag and a Confederate stocking cap.

In 2017 it's virtually impossible to buy these items-------except when you're reading MJ Hawkeye.
There happens to be a store in Huntington, Alabama catering to the needs of honest to goodness Americans. From them you can purchase your own flag, United States or otherwise, even a Confederate one made to order.

Sales of Confederate flags surged at Alabama Flag & Banner, which may be the only company still manufacturing the flags in the United States. Belinda Kennedy, the owner, sees the flag as a historical symbol. (Anna Claire Vollers |

You can thank me by using your God given rights to buy. MJH

Hillary Erred In Calling Trump A 'Big Creep'. So, What Else Is New?

Her(Hillary's) grasp on the truth is less than firm. Consider this comes from the serial liar who dodged sniper fire in Bosnia, was named for Sir Edmund Hillary, the man who climbed Mt. Everest years after she was born, and who claimed the Benghazi terrorist attack was caused by a video.
If you actually watch replays of that debate you see no such intimidation and the only time candidate Trump was standing behind Hillary was when she crossed to his side of the stage to make a point, ending up in front of Trump who was standing by and walking around his podium.
Hillary apparently found nothing creepy about disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner, husband of aide and confidante Huma Abedin, texting pictures of himself to young women when he wasn’t looking at classified emails from Hillary that Huma forwarded to Weiner’s laptop. Anthony Weiner is a pretty big creep in most people’s book but perhaps the biggest creep is her own husband. Weiner’s creepiness is close, but no cigar..
The American Thinker

Is Nancy P. Fit For Office

Nancy Pelosi has been very confused this year. She keeps calling President Trump “President Bush” and continues to struggle with her vocabulary. The latest example happened in an interview with KRON when she “mixed her metaphors,” as The Washington Free Beacon reported, when talking about what the First Amendment does and doesn’t cover when it comes to free speech. "The Constitution does not say that a person can shout — yell wolf in a crowded theater,” Pelosi said, stumbling. “If you are endangering people, then you don’t have a constitutional right to do that.” Perhaps yelling “wolf” in a theater could be frightening.

Truth Revolt