Military Veteran. 24 years in the U.S. Navy. P-3 and S-3 Aircrewman. Served under presidents from Carter to Bush 43. VP-8, VP-67, VS-41, VP-92, COMRESPATWINGLANT and VP-62. Retired as CPO. Proud supporter of President Trump, ‘America First,’ as well as the First and Second Amendments.

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  1. I’m taking the time to read all of your posts. Pure delight, Pure genius. Check out my blog when you have time, we have similar tastes and style. We can lament on this together, 🙂


  2. Have you ever even spoken to a black person? A thinking one? Nobody asked your forbears bring us here and our sweat was the economic platform upon which this country was built. So sorry for the Trillions spent but just imagine if the indigenous people had let you greedy neanderthals starve in the first place.


    • One of the biggest lies that has ever been told & sold is, The “black man” is what built this nation. Wrong. Dead wrong. Just in population the white race
      Has always greatly outnumbered the black race.

      And during the height of the blue collar “craft-labor-unions”, from the UAW to the steamfitters Union to the Pipefitters, Boilermakers, laborers union, electrical, etc etc,15 of our largest unions back during the union-membership
      heyday. the black man never registered more then 1.7% of all Union membership.

      In closing, The Bureau of Justice Statistics show that, nationwide, blacks are committing crimes at 7 times the rate of whites. Blacks make up 13% of the population but commit the majority of violent crimes in this country. It’s even worse than that. The majority are committed by black men who are committing the crimes, so it’s only 6.5% of the population doing nearly all the damage.

      African Americans, especially African American men, continue to be a huge burden to this country. (Add Obama and Holder to the list). It’s true that there has been some progress for African Americans in the past 50 years and that’s great.

      But, much of the propaganda or rhetoric of the “improvement” of black America is not exactly true. In fact, some of the statistics “documenting” improvement are flawed, and or exaggerated. It has to do with the large numbers of black men and young black men in prison/jail that aren’t counted.

      From Becky Pettit in the NYT, “imprisoned black men aren’t figured into most statistics about the standing of African-Americans. The consequence, she says, is an overstatement of black progress in education, employment, wages and voting participation.”


  3. Reminds me of the carter years the difference is Carter at least had a Peanut for a brain not like indontknowjoe


  4. Great website and I just happened to come across not even searching. I live in Richmond VA and I totally agree with the the Stoney article and like minded people like myself can tell you the article is truth not fiction.


  5. Just wanted to thank you for your blog. Congratulations on speaking as you do for the growing, increasingly less Silent Majority who have had enough fun sliding down the slippery slope and are now linking arms and starting the tough, long slog up the slope to what America once was, isn’t now but could be again.


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