Saturday, May 2, 2015



My brilliant friend Dale Dutcher of Cary NC has taught me a lot. He's got his ways and I have mine. Both of  us are brilliant scholars and supporters of the great American way. And each  of us has his own inimitable style of  going about this.

Dale is the consummate gentleman, whose discourse is clever but civil. My approach is radical, hurtful satire which is intended to knock the stuffing out of the adversary, and ask or give no quarter. As a result, everyone loves and respects Dale. And those same people -- usually liberal, socialist, anti-American rapscallions -- invariably despise me.

It's the way of the world, and I accept it. I think Dale is happy with the state of things too.

Social Security and Medicare. Demand that our legislators bring some sense into our government. Find a way to keep Social Security and Medicare going for the sake of that 92% of our population who need it. *Then call it what it is: *Our Earned Retirement Income!"

Chat Conversation End

U.S. Senator Thom Tillis clears the air on Loretta Lynch nomination and confirmation

TILLIS DETAILS THOUGHT PROCESS ON LORETTA LYNCH VOTEI could not vote to confirm a nominee who will not make a firm and explicit commitment to reverse the partisan politicization that presently exists at the Department of Justice.  

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Responding to concerns about his votes on the nomination and confirmation of Loretta Lynch as U.S. Attorney General, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis of North Carolina sent the following letter to select media and others on Friday, May 1, 2015

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts concerning the nomination and confirmation of Loretta Lynch as United States Attorney General.   I appreciate hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to respond.

I have immense respect for Loretta Lynch both personally and professionally. However, in light of the testimony at her confirmation hearing and her subsequent refusal to provide straightforward answers to written questions from myself and other Senators, it appears that she would represent little, if any, tangible policy or management difference from previous Attorney General Eric Holder.  I could not vote to confirm a nominee who will not make a firm and explicit commitment to reverse the partisan politicization that presently exists at the Department of Justice.  

Ms. Lynch also made it clear she supports President Obama’s plan to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants on a wholesale basis without Congressional approval.  The President himself previously and frequently stated he lacked the constitutional authority to unilaterally implement such changes to immigration law and that Congress would need to pass it first.  In addition, Ms. Lynch has repeatedly sidestepped questions about prosecutorial misconduct at the Department of Justice.

For these reasons, I voted against Ms. Lynch’s confirmation.  I did, however, vote to bring the vote before the Senate.  Even though I ultimately did not support her nomination, I believed it was appropriate and fair that she receive a full vote in the Senate.

I stand ready to work with her on key areas of agreement, and I hope she will prove my concerns unfounded by rebuilding the Department of Justice’s fractured relationship with Congress, putting an end to the costly and politically motivated ligation against North Carolina and other states that have enacted voter identification laws, and most importantly, restore the Department’s mandate for legal integrity that is removed from politics.

Again, thank you for taking the time to contact me.  It is important to hear from citizens concerning issues that affect the state and the nation.  Please do not hesitate to contact me again about other important issues.  

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC)
G55 Dirksen Senate Office Building
(202) 224-6342

Friday, May 1, 2015

Disrespect of American flag and nation grows. Those who don't care should not share.


By Verne Strickland
This is so infuriating. And so desperately ignorant. Where does this black girl go for food stamps, rent assistance, child support, and free abortions and college? Why, to the beneficent U.S. Government. She should be profiled, identified, disenfranchised, and cut off from the protections of the country she so despises. Of course, she and her black African siblings know nothing about what America is and how truly unique it remains. If, by a twist of fate, she and her kind were dependent today on Communist Russia or China, she would be marked for death in a gulag or concentration camp. No freedom, no food, no law, no shelter, and no watermelon. Count your blessings, little child of color.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

The War Which Black America is Bringing Will Break Out As Whites Fear For Their Survival

The media does not report about the silence of the black community to condemn this violence. They have been silent about the injustice of self-help revenge and vigilantism.
Verne Strickland: Our society in America is so shredded. The black and white racial chasm here is deeper and wider than ever. Blacks are emerging as the aggressors -- the group that seems to relish hateful violence and destruction. Whites -- actually the minority now -- are the tormented and the scapegoats. The war which black America is bringing -- with the complicit tone of our black muslim president -- will break out as white citizens feel mounting fear for their survival. The Second Civil War? Won't matter what it is called. It seems imminent.

Monday, April 27, 2015

Freddie Gray -- damn, boy, we hardly knew ye! Southern white boy eulogizes colored hoodlum who couldn't quit crime.


A Southern white boy, Verne Strickland, eulogizes a colored hoodlum who couldn't quit crime.

This is the legacy of the black "choir boy" his brothers honored by tearing up Baltimore.

Damn, boy -- we hardly knew ye!