What They Said: Kurt Vonnegut

“There is a tragic flaw in our Constitution, and I don’t know what can be done to fix it. This is it: Only nut cases want to be president.”

What They Said: Michael Moore

Michael Moore is not a Donald Trump supporter, but he is a story teller  and journalist, with powerful talent for hitting heart strings. I just watched this this morning, here in Sweden, and found it breathtaking. Whoever you may vote for on November 8th, at least try not to partake in the classist deformation of […]

“Everyone Has To Watch This”– Undercover Video Exposes DNC Trains and Hires Professional “Grassroots” Agitators

Text: Ginger Taylor “Ok… Everyone has to wach this. Undercover video out today. This is just so horrifing. Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC hire groups to cause trouble outside Trump rallies in front of the media, and be “consultants” to run between the Super PACs and the campaign because they are not legally allowed […]

What They Said: Joan Baez

  “The Nobel Prize for Literature is yet another step towards immortality for Bob Dylan. The rebellious, reclusive, unpredictable artist/composer is exactly where the Nobel Prize for Literature needs to be. His gift with words is unsurpassable. Out of my repertoire spanning 60 years, no songs have been more moving and worthy in their depth, […]

What They Said: Clark Baker

“If the new documentary “Vaxxed” was made by flat-earthers, no one would imagine that NASA would pressure VFF to pan the documentary. What makes this documentary dangerous is that it deals with facts that – when widely understood – erodes confidence in a pathological industry and threatens the credibility of thousands of incompetent doctors, universities, […]

Hate As Virtue Among The Politically Correct: Essay By Brendan O’Neill

  A superb essay but Brendan O’Neill, on neo-PC acceptable hatred of certain groups of people, such as older generations, Christians, labour (in the UK,) southerners in the U.S. and so forth. O’Neill’s essay: “Who You’re Allowed To Hate,” is a contemporary companion piece to Havel’s An Anatomy Of Hate, but Havel was able to remain […]