17 April 2015

Sweden's Ceaseless Far-Left Bent a Result of
Guilt from Shameful (Covert) Nazi Collaboration?


Just like with Germany-in-general (and Gunter Grass in particular) Sweden's obsessive liberalism -especially regarding minorities/immigration- could be understood as enduring societal guilt for their forefathers' close collaboration with the Nazis (while cowardly claiming to be 'neutral')...

Lena Dunham Hits the Trough

TGIF Toons


16 April 2015

Polish Border Police May Block Stalinist Biker Gang from Planned Ride of Red Army Invasion Route


A moron Russian biker gang with whom Vladimir Putin is closely allied is planning a two-week ride along the Red Army's invasion routes of 1944-45 to celebrate 70 years since WWII, but naturally, not all the countries the
Soviet Union crushed under their tank tracks (then colonized) -i.e. Poland-
are welcoming the latest droll Kremlin stunt...


15 April 2015

Hump-Day Humor


14 April 2015

With Russian S-300 AA System on the Way to Iran,
Will Israel Strike NOW- While They Still Can?


Even if the Senate gets a clue and does shut-down Obama's bizarre
non-agreement with Iran, cascading collateral damage has already begun: Gulf states are looking to get their own atomic weaponry, US prestige and credibility has suffered yet another heavy blow (Obama/Kerry don't even know how to surrender), and now the Russians are sending their advanced
S-300 anti-aircraft missile system to Tehran...


BREAKING: 'New Complications' May
Prevent Hillary from Running in 2016...

13 April 2015

REPORT: 'Billionaire' Hedge Fund Manager
Quietly Bankrolling Ted Cruz's Campaign...


Cheboygan Daily Tribune:

Hedge fund magnate Robert Mercer, a reported billionaire, is the "main donor" bankrolling the super PACs supporting Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) presidential campaign, The New York Times reported Friday.

According to The Times, Mercer, "a reclusive Long Islander who started I.B.M. and made his fortune using computer patterns to outsmart the stock market, emerged this week as a key bankroller of Cruz's "surprisingly fast campaign start."

Cruz made headlines on Wednesday when the super PACs reported raising what Bloomberg described as a stunning $31 million in just a week.

"Cruz's presidential effort is getting into the shock-and-awe fundraising business," Bloomberg's Mark Halperin wrote. "Even in the context of a presidential campaign cycle in which the major party nominees are expected to raise more than $1.5 billion, Cruz's haul is eye-popping, one that instantly raises the stakes in the Republican fundraising contest."

Cruz's campaign was not expected to be so well funded, especially because the firebrand senator has repeatedly railed against the Republican establishment and "crony capitalism"...