Ben Garrison – The Real Looters

Amen. Once again, thank you Ben Garrison. We’ve seen plenty of looting during the ‘peaceful protests,’ but the looters we saw on TV are amateurs compared to what’s going on at the top.  The Federal Reserve no longer consults Congress to create and distribute their debt currency. Not only has the Fed routinely bailed out …

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Ben Garrison – America’s Far Left Future

I don’t always agree with Ben Garrison politically, but his cartoon from three years ago sure nailed it. The following is from today’s newsletter… WELCOME TO YOUR PROGRESSIVE UTOPIA This cartoon was published nearly three years ago. It predicted our future, which has now arrived in full, ugly bloom. Actually, I’m not much of a …

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De gustibus non est disputandum

Beauty… what is it really? I came across a YouTube where a young woman sent an unaltered picture of herself to Photoshop experts around the world with the instructions, “Make me beautiful.” The results were interesting. The video is 2 minutes. Naturally, people will have their own preferences, and we should be thankful for that. …

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Gabriel Faure: Pavane – Orchestral

Another installment in our quest to determine whether some art has intrinsic beauty, or is ‘beautiful’ only because some say or think so. Are there universal truths, and are these truths indeed self-evident? Gabriel FAURE’: Pavane, Op. 50 – Paintings By “CLAUDE MONET” – YouTube 7:04 By Austin Gerth – Classical MPR I’m hard-pressed to …

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A Friendly Reminder from Tommy Toilet

Who would have thought that nearly 50 years after this was first published the nation would once again take this to heart. I suspect this is the real reason for the recent toilet paper panic. Image by R. Crumb More at CRISIS-19 Public Forum Robert Crumb – Wikipedia Welcome to rcrumb.com – The Official Crumb …

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Eric Clapton: Let It Grow

Another European. A beautiful song with beautiful imagery. I hope you enjoy. There are some striking scenes of the plasma which surrounds the Earth… the aurora borealis. Did you know that Eric Clapton never liked his own singing voice? 5:12 Let It Grow Standing at the crossroads, trying to read the signs To tell me …

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Erik Satie: Gymnopédies

Here’s one with pictures. Compare this to your favorite slutty half-time show filled with demonic symbolism. Who wins? 15:45 – Special Thanks to Estoy Perdida From the video’s YouTube description… Erik Satie – Gymnopédie No.1 Satie was introduced as a “gymnopedist” in 1887, shortly before writing his most famous compositions, the Gymnopédies. Later, he also …

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Branches of the U.S. Government

I meet a lot of people who do not know the difference between a U.S. Senator and a U.S. Representative, or even that there are two separate branches of the Legislature. Many do not know as well that, at least theoretically, there are separate powers given to each branch of government. This does not mean …

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as below, so above…

January 2019… Seizing the moment, Governor Cuomo of the State of New York signed into law the new Child Sacrifice Act. Speaking on behalf of their old patriarch Lord Moloch, Planned Parenthood lauded this bold and Progressive measure. “You may not want these children,” said Moloch, “but I will happily take them all. I appreciate …

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Kol Nidre – Different Rules for Me and Thee

It is my intention to do a post or series of posts on this topic after doing more research, but I wanted to open this up for discussion. I want us to have a copy here of the Talmud for reference and research, and have been looking for a good resource for that. I believe …

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Beware of Images

In 1929, at the age of thirty, the Belgian artist Rene Magritte painted “The Treachery of Images.”  The painting showed a pipe, written underneath with the paradoxical inscription This is not a pipe (written in French of course). When it was pointed out to him that what he had created was in fact a pipe, Magritte replied “OK, …

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