Monday, July 6, 2020

Is this the end?

Well, I wish I could say I was surprised, but I'm not. I've seen people post lists of corporations that have yielded to the pressure out of fear. It's long and surprising how many. I've seen a sudden big growth in TV ads heaping praise on groups that our President has labeled domestic terrorists.

Domestic terrorists succeed when they create an atmosphere of fear. Fear that if you don't yield to their demands, you will be somehow exposed to whatever violence or attacks they have been pursuing. We've seen foreign terrorists for years, perhaps we've grown numb to their presence. After they took down the World Trade Centers I thought America would wake up and face that enemy. But instead, the enemy internalized and the attacks come from within.

Abraham Lincoln famously said:

"At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide."

I think we've seen that prediction come to fruition.

He also said this:

"When it comes to this I should prefer emigrating to some country where they make no pretense of loving liberty -- to Russia, for instance, where despotism can be taken pure, and without the base alloy of hypocrisy."

I remember all these years of this blog. The CJ Urinal years when we raised so much hell with the left most of us got booted off and had to come back with new names. Those early days were fond memories, indeed the wild west like that of which Doc Holliday thrived in.

I guess those days are forever gone, as the age of political correctness descends on us like a dark gloomy cloud. Our President has warned America of the threat of the cancel culture. The question is will they pay heed? It would appear the answer is no.

Maybe our best days are behind us. The vague threat that now is hanging over Kevin's head, like a virtual sword of Damocles, the knowledge that his world could be forever changed by a comment from someone on a web site allegedly devoted to open exchange of ideas is hard to take. The thought that a comment, not even from Kevin would be judged and evaluated by someone, bringing their own prejudices and bias to be judge and jury if a statement is racist. And these days, almost everything is seen as racist by somebody. The Fourth of July is now considered a bastion of white supremacy according to some. I read today that visiting a National Park is a racist act. Which is a shame because I drive through one almost every day.

So I for one can't allow myself to be the one who makes an innocent comment that is judged racist and Kevin suffers for it. So this will be my last post here.

I will offer this, though. As Co-administrator of this blog, if there is something I can do I will. If Kevin wants to pull out, remove his name and relieve himself of the fear of repercussion for someone else's comments, I will happily keep the blog alive. I have a different style than Kevin, I'm sure you all know. He is a great blogger, entertaining and he obviously finds great stuff. I'm just a windbag that likes to bloviate.

But if there's something I can do Kevin, let me know. I'm untouchable. No job, no ambition. I'm independently wealthy, and owe no allegiance to anybody. I can say whatever I want. Any troll that wants to pursue me will have to come to the Sierras, and find my palatial estate up here in the mountains. And good luck with that.

So I will watch and observe. And I hope everyone will follow Kevin's request. He has far more to lose here than most. And know that almost anything you say can be twisted by someone who has a goal to silence other opinions. I believe our President rightly called that Totalitarianism. 

So until we figure this out, I'll sign off. It's been a blast, my friends. What a run we had, right? And who knows, maybe it's not over yet. I haven't heard a fat lady singing.

Sunday, July 5, 2020

I stand with The President of The United States of America...

I know by now most of you have heard President Trump epic speech from Mt. Rushmore but I think it's well worth another look.

The following video touches on most of the highlights of that speech.



And now a few words on this very topic from our good friend, fellow patriot, and co-administrator of this little blog of ours.

The commies are calling our President's Mount Rushmore speech "dark and divisive". He took the side of America against those who would seek to destroy her. And that's divisive.

Apparently the only way to not be "dark and divisive" is to agree with the commie rat bastards that America is an evil country that needs to be torn apart and remade in the vision of Karl Marx.

Funny how speech is only divisive if it disagrees with the commies. Seems like there's a hell of a lot more of us than them, so if that speech was divisive, then that's a good thing. I want the country to see a divide, and know they need to pick a side.

And just so you guys know, I'm not going to get into details but you need to know this harmless little Underground Bunker of ours is once again under attack.

With that said I'd like to make a couple things perfectly clear.

I will not sit down.
I will not shut up.
And I absolutely will not comply...

Kevin McGinty

Thursday, July 2, 2020

I stand with Mount Rushmore...

Obviously I don't know this for certain but it seems reasonable to believe that the land the New York Times building sits on was once owned by some Indigenous Indian tribe.

You with me so far?

Well, maybe they ought to lead by example and implode their own building that sits on stolen land.

I mean, fair is fair, right?

NYT Targets Mount Rushmore: Indigenous Land, KKK Ties, Slave Owner Presidents

Todd Trapani / Pexels; Edit: BNN
The New York Times has set its sights on Mount Rushmore as protesters demand the removal of historic monuments in the name of racial justice, citing its location on “Indigenous land,” the sculptor’s purported ties to white supremacy, and two of its subjects’ slave ownership.
“Mount Rushmore was built on land that belonged to the Lakota tribe and sculpted by a man who had strong bonds with the Ku Klux Klan. It features the faces of 2 U.S. presidents who were slaveholders,” the New York Times wrote, linking to a news article detailing complaints against American landmark:
The Times piece lists three broad grievances with Mount Rushmore, beginning with the sculptor, Gutzon Borglum, who was previously involved in “an enormous bas-relief at Stone Mountain in Georgia that memorialized Confederate leaders.”
“It was eventually completed without him, but Mr. Borglum formed strong bonds with leaders of the Ku Klux Klan and participated in their meetings, in part to secure funding for the Stone Mountain project,” the Times wrote, adding that Borglum “also espoused white supremacist and anti-Semitic ideas, according to excerpts from his letters included in ‘Great White Fathers,’ a book by the writer John Taliaferro about the history of Mount Rushmore.”
It is not just the sculptor critics take issue with but the faces featured in the landmark located in South Dakota’s Black Hills. Their grievances even extend to Abraham Lincoln, signer of the Emancipation Proclamation:
Critics of the monument have also taken issue with the men whose faces were etched into the granite. Mr. Borglum chose Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt, he said, because they embodied “the founding, expansion, preservation and unification of the United States.”
But each of these titans of American history has a complicated legacy. Washington and Jefferson were slaveholders. Roosevelt actively sought to Christianize and uproot Native Americans as the United States expanded, Professor Smith said. “He was a racist,” he added.
And although Lincoln was behind the Emancipation Proclamation — a move some have characterized as reluctant and late — he has been criticized for his response to the so-called Minnesota Uprising, in which more than 300 Native Americans were sentenced to death by a military court after being accused of attacking white settlers in 1862.
The Times piece also laments the location of the landmark, writing that it is “built on land that had belonged to the Lakota tribe.” It goes on to quote Nick Tilsen, a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe and leader of the Indigenous activist group NDN Collective, who stated that Mount Rushmore “needs to be closed as a national monument, and the land itself needs to be returned to the Indigenous people.”
Gene A. Smith, a professor of U.S. history at Texas Christian University, told the Times that the U.S. could “attempt to make amends for our greediness and our unjustified taking of their land” by issuing reparations to tribes.
The piece comes as protesters vandalize and, in some cases destroy, historical monuments in cities nationwide.
Trump last month signed an executive order protecting monuments from rioters, noting that the behavior exhibited by violent protesters is “not the behavior of a peaceful political movement.”
“They’re tearing down statues, desecrating monuments, and purging dissenters,” Trump said in a statement. “It’s not the behavior of a peaceful political movement; it’s the behavior of totalitarians and tyrants and people that don’t love our country.”
Some have speculated that Mount Rushmore would become the next target of activist wrath due to the upcoming Independence Day celebration at Mount Rushmore. It is taking place July 3, and the president will be in attendance.
The Democrat Party this week tweeted and subsequently deleted an attack on Mount Rushmore and Trump, accusing him of “holding a rally glorifying white supremacy at Mount Rushmore–a region once sacred to tribal communities”:
About 7,500 people are expected to attend the celebration on Saturday. Meanwhile, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) has vowed to protect the monument radical leftists who wish to see its removal:
“The President looks forward to taking part in the Independence Day festivities, hosted by Governor Noem, and celebrating the greatest country the world has ever known capped off with a magnificent fireworks display above the great faces of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln,” White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere told Breitbart News.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

You're outta here...

If there's one thing I think we can all agree on is that our trolls have gotten completely out of control.

Unfortunately I haven't been able to block their bullshit.

I've grown increasingly weary of deleting their comments only to check back later to find 100 more.


Last night I went through my options which were.

1) Shut down the comments all together.

2) Set the comment section to members of this blog only.

3) Set it up so I have to approve every comment before it's published.

4) Let things go on the way they've been and let these bastards continue to wreck havoc on America's Blog.

I chose the third option.

It's not ideal. I get that.

Believe it or not there are times when I'm working that I won't be able to be on my phone.

But I'll do my best to get everything posted as fast as I can.

Now a quick note to Missy, Blue, TV Kid, Lady Ian, and the unknowing little fucker.

You fucking outta here Bitches!!!

Gee, I hope this doesn't come across as controversial...

Kevin McGinty

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Nothing controversial about stats...

In my ongoing attempt to stay away from offensive and/or controversial topics I thought it'd be fun to share some internal stats with you guys today.

Nothing controversial about numbers, right?

You guys enjoy your day...

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