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Theresa May: “His balls…..

By Patty On July 11th, 2018 at 11:31 pm

Theresa May:  “His balls are literally this big!!!”

found on the internet.


By Pete Moore On July 11th, 2018 at 7:09 pm

It’s coming home


By Pete Moore On July 11th, 2018 at 3:09 pm

The media fifth columnists are about to shame the nation once again. Over the next few days they’ll portray President Trump as divisive and unpopular and his visit as “controversial”. Reporting their own prejudices as news is what they do. They lie, cheat and deceive all the time. The American commie press will do the same of course. They’ll tell Americans that Trump is unpopular here and unwelcome. Don’t believe it.

Many Britons welcome his visit. Not for the first time, it’s the crass and insensitive middle classes who who will let the nation down. They smeer at working class culture. They think it’s horrid. They wouldn’t be seen dead in the Jameson pub in London, for instance, temporarily renamed The Trump Arms. But that’s the kind of welcome one of the great presidents deserves.


By Pete Moore On July 11th, 2018 at 1:23 pm

He has a fair point.

Berlin has  a record of chumming up to the Russians, and I’m not just talking about the partition of Poland. Merkel’s predecessor, Gerhard Schröder, is a close friend of Putin who ended up on the board of Nord Stream AG and Rosneft. Merkel herself has often opposed US sanctions against Russia.

It might be that they can defend their positions, but they are compromised by Germany’s suicidal destruction of its power stations. The rush to blanket the country in windmills has left the country dangerously reliant on Russian energy supplies. So Germany has hamstrung its ability to relate with Russia honestly.

The Children’s Crusade

By Mahons On July 10th, 2018 at 5:17 pm

Fantastic news from Thailand that the young boys soccer team have been rescued from the cave they were in. The 2 and 1/2 mile serpentine escape through water, dark, and danger was bravely and timely done. Now they can be reunited with their families.

Meanwhile in the US we can’t manage to reunite children with their families who were detained by immigration officials.

Boris the Spider

By Mahons On July 10th, 2018 at 1:05 am

Should be an interesting discussion on whether Boris Johnson is weaving a tangled web or drawing an important line in the sand. He is quite a character. Who are we Yanks to complain if a brash and unpredictible politician born in New York City is making news? His resignation probably pleases as many conservatives as it angers. He has that way. Whether it truly effects May or frees her remains to be seen. He had tied himself to a hard Brexit, and at his age men do worry about being soft. It will be interesting to watch it all play out.

The Hysterics Start at 9:05 EST

By Patrick Van Roy On July 9th, 2018 at 11:10 pm

President Trump’s Supreme Court finalists are reportedly Raymond Kethledge, Thomas Hardiman, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.

If Trump truly wants to upset the Dems it will be Barrett. If he wants the LEAST amount of battle it’ll be Hardiman. Either way the Cry will be Roe vs Wade is going away.

That I can’t see ever happening even though it’s flawed Law.

Break out the BIG bag of Popcorn and watch this site for info on the Circus as it unfolds……

and the Winner is…….


Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Brett Michael Kavanaugh (born February 12, 1965) is a nominee to become an Associate Justice for the United States Supreme Court. He currently serves as a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He was White House Staff Secretary during the Presidency of George W. Bush.

A protégé of Ken Starr, Kavanaugh played a lead role in drafting the Starr Report, which urged the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.[1] Kavanaugh led the investigation into the suicide of Clinton aide Vince Foster. After the 2000 U.S. presidential election, in which Kavanaugh worked for the George W. Bush campaign in the Florida recount, Kavanaugh joined Bush’s staff, where he led the Administration’s effort to identify and confirm judicial nominees.[2]

Kavanaugh was nominated to the D.C. Appeals Court by Bush in 2003. His confirmation hearings were contentious and stalled for three years over charges of partisanship. Kavanaugh was ultimately confirmed in May 2006 after a series of negotiations between Democratic and Republican senators.[3][4][5]

Kavanaugh was nominated by President Donald Trump on July 9, 2018, to become an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, following the vacancy created by the retirement of Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy.[6][7]


By Pete Moore On July 9th, 2018 at 6:37 pm

The gap between the public and the political class is so vast now: we vote for sovereign independence and a democratic revival, and they refuse to, or simply can’t, deliver on that. What a dire state British politics is in. The mainstream parties no longer represent the people. They cannot give the demos what the demos wants. Rarely has a political shake-up been as urgent and necessary as it is now.

The only solution is new parties, new politics, new everything. We need new democratic parties that will listen to ordinary people, engage with their concerns and their collective wisdom, and take them seriously. Davis probably didn’t intend to expose the deep, profound rot in British politics when he belatedly resigned over his party’s capitulation to Brussels, but that’s what he has helped to do. So we should thank him for that

– Brendan O’Neill

“The mainstream parties no longer represent the people. They cannot give the demos what the demos wants.”

The politico/media class hasn’t learned a thing. The Brexit vote stunned them. They genuinely never saw it coming. And every day, for the two years since, all they’ve done is insult and denigrate the 17.4 million. There’s not an ounce of curiosity about why we voted for Brexit. All they have is determination to stop the will of the people.

So we’ll have to make our own arrangements. We’ll have to find “extremists” who’ll deliver what we want. It’ll be met with horror that we actually don’t want to be bossed around by elites and experts and a class of international bureaucrats. Those days are gone. And when we finally get our way, it’ll be another stunning outcome for them, because they won’t see it coming then either.


By Pete Moore On July 9th, 2018 at 2:03 pm

Theresa May was already one of the worst Prime Ministers. She will end up hated as much as Ted Heath.

David Davis resigned as Brexit Secretary late last night. With ten months to go until we leave the EU, and with negotiations on a deal yet to start, the government’s chief negotiator felt had had no option but to step down. The final straw was the Prime Minister blind-siding him and his department with a proposed deal which effectively keeps us in the EU.

At Chequers on Friday, she humiliated and threatened Brexiteers in her Cabinet. She and her pro-EU advisers came up with a deal which keeps us in hock to the ECJ, under EU rules, without the ability to treat with others countries and does nothing to stop free movement of people. Brexiteers could accept the deal or get a taxi out of Chequers.

Davis had enough and has walked. For once the rhetoric about the government being in chaos is true. Theresa May has presided over two years of fudge. She finally ran out of time and had to commit to a policy in writing. The result is that her government is collapsing. For two years she put self and party above country. We’ll live with the consequences for generations. The blame is not just hers. It’s shared by a Parliamentary Tory Party which inflicted this bloody useless woman on the country. She needs to go and go now. Parliament is in recess in two week’s time. She must be gone by then.

Davis was joined in resignation by another Brexiteer, the minister Steve Baker MP. He’s just appeared on the BBC’s Daily Politics to explain why he walked. The whole thing deserves a listen –

Better insight than you would think

By Patrick Van Roy On July 9th, 2018 at 6:58 am

Dennis Miller