The Second American Civil War AKA “The Zombie Apocalypse”

Note: The following article was taken from notes of a lecture given at the University of Ivanka in April 2252.

We are here today to discuss what is easily the most disturbing and horrifying event in human history. I am speaking, of course, about the Second American Civil War, also known as “The Zombie Apocalypse.”

The First American Civil War took place in the 19th Century and it is believed that approximately 750,000 Americans died. The Second American Civil War took place in the 21st Century, and at least 120 million people would die before it was over. Even now, over 100 years later, the ruins of the once-thriving great cities of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco remain virtual ghost towns. People fear to even go near them because of stories of flesh-eating zombies.

The Fist Civil War ended slavery. 100 years later the Civil Rights movement ended segregation and discrimination. Many Americans optimistically believed they were close to achieving Martin Luther King Jr.s dream of a colorblind society. Unfortunately, their optimism was premature.

As the 21st Century began America was becoming politically polarized. Control of the House, Senate, and White House changed hands several times. One side were the Democrats. They controlled the Eastern seaboard cities, the West coast cities, and cities in the midwest. Areas controlled by Democrats were often referred to as “blue states” and the areas controlled by Republicans were called “red states.”

Red states tended to be more rural and conservative. Blue states tended to be more densely populated and liberal. Red states were bigger in area but smaller in population. Democrats were opposed to private gun ownership. Republicans encouraged it. Red states grew food and pumped oil. Blue states ate food and used oil. Blue states were dependent on red states for vital resources. Red states tended to be independent.

In 2008 American voters elected Barack Obama as president. Although Obama is biracial with a white mother and an African (not African American) father, and despite the fact that he was raised by his white family and had limited contact with both his father and the African American community, Blacks accepted him as one of their own and he is considered the first black President. Sadly, due to the events that followed, it is very likely that Obama will be the last president.

Obama was reelected in 2012, and the election of 2016 would choose his successor. The Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton, the wife of former President Bill Clinton. Her campaign theme was “It’s my turn.” The GOP nominated a notorious billionaire playboy and television celebrity named Donald Trump. It was widely believed that Hillary Clinton would win easily, and her campaign seemed to reflect that.

Hillary outspent Trump by a huge margin. With the exception of Fox News, virtually all of the American and foreign news media were openly supporting Hillary. She also had the support of the Democrat party organization. Democrats began to plan victory parties. Hillary went to the White House and began to measure the drapes in the Oval Office.

Trump self-financed on a shoestring. His campaign strategy mainly consisted of off-the-cuff speeches to his supporters at airport rallies, tweets, and picking fights with the news media. Trump received virtually no support from the GOP establishment and there were several prominent Republicans who not only refused to support Trump but actively campaigned against him. Numerous polls were published each day with all of them showing a likely Clinton landslide.

On election night the Democrats were stunned to learn that Trump had won. There are still numerous pictures, videos, and written accounts in the archives of Democrats weeping, sobbing, and/or screaming in rage. Many years later, Trump supporters still referred to that night as the “Best.Day.Ever.”

Democrats and “NeverTrump” Republicans immediately began seeking every method fair or foul to deny Trump the presidency. They literally tried everything they could think of, and they failed at every turn. Democrat sympathizers in the federal government began to plot a “soft coup” to depose Trump via a scandal that would force his resignation or by framing him for a crime they could use to impeach him.

(For more information see: “The Witchhunt: Robert Mueller’s Impeachment Posse and Last Days of the FBI”)

On the day that Trump was inaugurated there were riots and protests. A week later Democrats across the country protested while wearing pink “pussy hats” and Hollywood celebrities screamed profanities. Democrats asserted that Trump would resign or be impeached within months.

In the early part of Trump’s first term there was polling data that indicated that the Democrats would retake Congress in the 2018 midterm. Democrats in the media talked of an impending “blue wave” that would sweep them back into power. But by the summer of 2018, it had become clear that the blue wave was not gonna happen. It was also clear that Trump would not be impeached and that the allegations made against him were bogus.

In November 2018 the Democrats lost again. Some people would have taken that rejection by the voters to heart and reconsidered their plans. But the Democrats doubled down and set their sights on defeating Trump for re-election in 2020. They tried to recapture the magic of 2008 by nominating a candidate best described as a “female Barack Obama.” Trump not only won reelection in 2020, but he also won by decisive margins in both the Electoral College and the popular vote.

This was the event that triggered the Second American Civil War

NEXT: Calling All You Zombies

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231 Responses to The Second American Civil War AKA “The Zombie Apocalypse”

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I didn’t plan to write a cliffhanger but it was late and I was fading fast.

  2. Myiq2xu™ says:

  3. mothy2017 says:

    Speaking of zombies it looks like Andrew Lincoln’s Rick might finally get eaten on The Walking Dead. I enjoyed the show up until Neegan.

  4. Dora says:

    This might hasten the start of that war.


    President Trump is taking on TPTB, the Federal Reserve

    For those who don’t know, TPTB = The Powers That Be.

  5. Dora says:

    Arson? Or terrorism?

    • helenk3 says:

      Idyllwild is such a beautiful place this is just sick.

      • helenk3 says:

        49er do you still have family there and are they ok?

        • 49erDweet says:

          Friends, and they’re doing fine. I olden days we used to burn off sections of the wildland when it became too overgrown with “fuel woods”. Because of idiot thinking we no longer do that. The San Jacinto badlands had reached its max fuel load, so nature reacted and we now have a regional catastrophy instead of a local problem. We all knew it was coming. Over the next decade or so this will be repeated over and over in the mountain chains to the north. In two decades Oregon will just ‘splode. All at once.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            Tried and true conservation methods were pushed to the side many places and peons were told to hold hands and sing a song of politically correct approaches that basically have no correlation to how nature actually functions while all the monies flowed out and into the hands of the robber greenies and their feudal lords.

          • 49erDweet says:

            The second reason we are called Lala Land.

          • Island Girl says:

            Very great posts by you and Mt. Laurel.

      • Island Girl says:


  6. helenk3 says:

    really good article on the dossier and how you launder a lie

  7. helenk3 says:

    aren’t lawyers supposed to know the answer before they ask the question?

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Many of them have illegals working for them for next to nothing. They really should not be able to afford the types of homes they have here in swampland plus fancy digs in home states and vacay homes and condo in NYC. The same gang keep trying to toss out those sleeping in their offices on the pull out sofas and using the onsite gym for showers and the onsite cleaners for their suits because it might make those living the high life look bad (as in how those who have not worked for years to accumulated wealth or like Mccaino marry money – actually afford their lifestyle).

  8. DeniseVB says:

    The Second Civil War will be over in 9 minutes, lol ! Instead of heavily armed tanks, all we’ll need is a conga line of bulldozers…..

  9. votermom says:

    I hope this is an ongoing series.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    God, I don’t miss him. Too bad we (I) can’t hear the question he was so offended by.

  11. helenk3 says:

    this is very interesting. more people find democrats no longer mainstream Americans

  12. Dora says:

  13. DeniseVB says:

    I thought it was against the rules to raise funds for criminals on GoFundMe ? They have a report feature, but it wasn’t clear if this was a violation of their TOS ?

  14. foxyladi14 says:


  15. DeniseVB says:

    Some tidbits from The Crawdad Hole FB page.

    It was created Aug 5, 2012

    We have 106 followers. 😀

    • Dora says:

      I started posting here in 2015 and I’ve been here ever since.

      It’s a great place to spend time.

      The people are nice. Smart too. 🙂

  16. foxyladi14 says:

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  18. lyn says:

  19. DeniseVB says:

    These guys crack me up.

  20. mothy2017 says:

    Vandal’s gofund page calls Trump a rapist. Unbelievable.

  21. Dora says:

    Look what I found! 🙂


    THIS IS AMAZING: A 1984 New York Times Interview of Citizen Trump Not To Be Missed

  22. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This thread is the most snowflakey thing in the entire history of snowflakes. When they open the Snowflake Hall of Fame, this thread will get its own wing.

    I wanted to tell him, “Dude, man up! Quit being a WATB. Take your thumb out of your mouth, shove it up your ass, and grow the fuck up.”

  23. DeniseVB says:

    Bio: Senior Art Critic, New York Magazine

  24. Myiq2xu™ says:

  25. taw46 says:


  26. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This tweet here is what is called a “steaming hot pile take”

    • John Denney says:

      It’s always good to acknowledge and be grateful for one’s blessings. 🙂

      Pastor Rick Warren maintains that people should have an attitude of gratitude.

      Oh, wait. Sorry. I forgot. Religion is evil. I repent. I mean, uh, . . .

  27. Trump won because Hillary Clinton did not want to pursue voters literally street by street and address by address via facebook ads the way that Trump’s marketer did. Then add in that in exchange for Obama’s support Hillary Clinton could not say anything negative about Obama. Hillary gained Progressive votes but lost enough of her moderate base to Trump. Every Moderate switch from Clinton to Trump was worth 2 votes whereas all Obama could do was re rally a Progressive base that probably was fooled by Sanders and had to be recapture. But the 2 vote swing for Trump from the Moderates who supported Hillary Clinton was a bigger slice then what Obama could deliver to Clinton.

    • Anthony says:

      Nice try, but you’re delusional.

      Trump won because his platform was superior to Hillary’s. Plain and simple. The American electorate had a choice of continuing Obama’s failed domestic/foreign policy with Hillary, who promised to continue and expand upon it, or Trump’s platform, which in many ways was similar to Hillary’s 08 populist platform, which she abandoned in favor of socialism.

      Americans are not socialists. Hillary lost (this time) because she no longer represented American ideals. All of that and GFY, troll.

      • blowme0bama says:


        These leftists have, FOREVER, claimed they have to work on “messaging”: if they just explain it in a less scary way, we’d support whatever stupid thing it is they want us to do.

        NEWSFLASH – we know that everything they want to do is cede more power to a central government that is corrupt, wasteful, incredibly inefficient and ever expanding. We don’t care how its packaged, its the same shit and we reject it.

      • Underwhelmed says:

        I find it truly bizarre that the Dems would be throwing all in on this socialism crap. I mean, if your country weren’t picking up speed in the right direction, maybe. But how do they think they can win people over by saying — yeah, sure, you’ve got more money in your bank account and your kids can get jobs now and your neighbourhood is starting to thrive again but you shouldn’t be happy about that, you should be ashamed, and you should vote for the system that has turned Venzuela into hell. I mean, seriously, you know you’ve always wanted to eat some raw zebra. How the hell do they think that will work?

      • Miranda says:

        I think there were multiple reasons for her loss, including the Democratic party split with the Saunders voters, Clinton actively antagonizing people, such as with the ‘Deplorables’ remark, people getting angry over attacks at the Trump rallies. All of the reasons were the fault of Clinton/DNC.

        • Anthony says:

          More simply, it was democracy and capitalusm vs socialism and squalor

        • lateblum says:

          She was simply, a terrible candidate. She showed her disdain for the voters by ignoring us, demeaning our questions and dismissing us as if we were flies on a cupcake. There are too many examples of her shrugging off our issues, questions and challenges since 2008. I don’t know what the Ds were thinking – or what she thought she’d gain by being so disrespectful.
          There is some truth in what Alessandro Machi says.

    • DeniseVB says:

      What did Hillary do with that billion dollars (spending well over Team Trump) then? She was lazy. Thought she had the election wrapped up, yet couldn’t fill a high school gym for a rally. We simply did not like her anymore. You probably need to #WalkAway. Watch the videos and read the testimonials, that’s where the “moderate Dems” are now.

    • Somebody says:

      😂😂😂 Bless your little heart Alessandro. News flash Hillary had Obama’s metadata which is/was a gold mine. It was the Obama campaign that defined micro-targeting. They absolutely did micro-target and she still lost. Why, because as Anthony said it was her platform, her message, and I might add her entitlement. Not to mention she called half the country deplorable, oops.

      Hillary couldn’t fill a high school gymnasium. Trump had thousands, sometimes tens of thousand standing OUTSIDE his venues that couldn’t get in. People camped out the night before his rallies to ensure they got a seat. Why? His message.

      Oh and btw, he is delivering on his promises big league. Quite an accomplished POTUS so far and he isn’t even halfway through his 1st term AND he’s fought the media and congress just about every step of the way. Just imagine how much more successful he might be if the press and the opposition gave him the benefit of the doubt like so many R’s did with Obama.

    • dm says:

      Thank you…best laugh I’ve had all week!

    • Underwhelmed says:

      Whoever you are, you’re deeply stupid.

  28. mcnorman says:

    “Melania has her priorities straight and she is a great example for our young women,” Julia Roberts said. “Michelle? Talk about a wolf in sheepskin.“ Julia Roberts

  29. lyn says:

    Hope more alumni stop giving when these universities piss on free speech.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Shutting down free speech should have their federal funding removed too. Chances are those disrupting speakers like Ben and Milo aren’t even students.

  30. blowme0bama says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Haven’t seen anything all day in any other news sources? This originally started under Obama, and Michael Moore’s hometown…..where was the Trigglypuff Moore then ? Something weird about this whole story……

  31. Dora says:

    Oh come on! End this now!

  32. DeniseVB says:

    This is pretty good, and it’s closed captioned 🙂 Roseanne unfiltered !

  33. Dora says:

    Sounds pretty hopeful.

  34. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • lyn says:

      Tell me how a tweet could be obstruction of justice? They are trying to silence the president of the United States. That’s fascism of the elites.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I thought the same thing, the trolls hit every one of his tweets immediately with their nasty spooge every damn time. I block them, but POTUS can’t ?

      • blowme0bama says:

        Well, the tweets wouldn’t be, but he’s looking for evidence of what DJT said was the motivation for firing Comey.

    • Lulu says:

      I don’t think he knows what he is talking about with the hand gestures. Especially if in Europe.

      • lyn says:

        😀 The expert Rick Steves writes: Fingertips Kiss: Gently bring the fingers and thumb of your right hand together, raise to your lips, kiss lightly, and joyfully toss your fingers and thumb into the air. This gesture is used commonly in Italy, France, Spain, Greece, and Germany as a form of praise. It can mean sexy, delicious, divine, or wonderful. Be careful — tourists look silly when they overemphasize this subtle action.

        • Lulu says:

          Years ago Italian men made that gesture to me in Rome! It is not an insult. Nor aggressive.

  35. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      I checked on Shaun King, he doesn’t list NYDN in his bio anymore. He’s still a BLM/SJW on his timeline showing black kids being slam dunked on the cement by LEOs compared to white guys being led off peacefully. I think he missed the point of resisting arrest?

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        I am not overly sympathetic with people who resist, run from, assault or mouth off to cops.

        It’s like picking fights with bikers. Don’t start none won’t be none.

  36. lyn says:

    • Lulu says:

      The libel, slander and defamination monetaztion company being deposed will be a lot of fun. It is almost impossible to win these cases but Fusion and Buzziebutts are going to lose. To a Russian! Fusion’s legal bills are going to be YUGE.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        They tried a novel claim of some kind of “contractual privilege” based on promises they made to 3rd parties. “I told them I would keep it a secret!”

        • Lulu says:

          EXCEPT they passed it around like a jug a moonshine to anyone and everyone to try to get it disseminated to every fool in DC and NYC. And using a law firm to smear people or help out isn’t priveledge either. They sent that doof Christopher Steele to sell it like he was a door to door salesman.

  37. lyn says:

  38. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I was considering as my next post (after I finish the 2nd Civil War post) to be a history lecture about the day all the feminists were burned at the stake.

    • Lulu says:

      Alternate ending: They are old, everyone hates them, they are forced to play bingo all day in an sex segregated place because they HATE men, and live in a pink nursing home and a YUGE hurricane is coming with 7 feet of rain expected. AND there are no dudely dudes to rescue them because they all ran away inland.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        Those homes would be for the ones who managed to escape the lynch mobs made up of non-feminist women. A story about men killing all the feminists would make me famous the same way the pussy tape became famous.

        • Lulu says:

          I think their might be a market for your semi-apocalyptic novel. With a very sophisticated title to appeal to elites. Like Bad Booboos.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Instead of circumcision, we should routinely castrate baby boys. They’ll never miss it. Boys would have to learn to pee sitting down and some hormone therapy would be required, but in a couple generations, the world would be free from toxic masculinity. We would only have to keep a few studs to produce semen for breeding.

      • Lulu says:

        Why not just kill them all according to these sick freaks? There will be peace, love, machines to do the work, and abortion at the snap of a finger Of course there won’t be any “studs” because they killed them all and women die off like fat old house cats.

  39. DeniseVB says:

    I think Roseanne will be just fine…..

  40. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • lateblum says:

      I think they keep trying the same thing in the hope they will finally be correct – one time. But they will n e v e r STFU ever.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Do they have to reimburse Medicaid (Us) if they want to switch back down the road when they find that that surgery is not all they thought it would be?

      • mcnorman says:

        Mt.Laurel you don’t want to go there. LOL This is all elective surgery and therefore should be treated as such. You want it, you pay for it. Why should you or I have to pay for this? It’s not just the surgery, but the lifelong commitment to hormone therapy, psych therapy drugs, reconstructions when things fall apart etc. No one actually talks about the amount of money that this totals. It’s just easier to swallow a procedural cost and keep the taxpayer in the dark about the whole shebang..

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          I was just being a smart a$$. I keep having to listen to all these people in swamp town going on and in about how Medicaid expansion was not enough and all those people who will now have to pay for health insurance because o’ care is being dismantled. They never look at the pool of people who have to pay for all those freebies. Medicaid,
          Ike welfare is suppose to be a safety net not a way of life. Like unemployment it was to have an end point except in very specific circumstances which truly need continued support.
          No we should not have to pay for elective surgery. Nor a life time of drugs to try and keep up an illusion so someone does not have to admit to being mentally ill.

          • mcnorman says:

            I know snark too. You are good. I suspect that it must be truly difficult to not turn different shades of color when the ding a lings speak of what they know not. I know I have to run otherwise the eyeballs begin to roll like pinballs. One of my family members has no clue who pays for what. He also is not the breadwinner in the family that sees half of his paycheck go to the “tax” area. Eyes wide shut.

  41. blowme0bama says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      When #WalkAway first took off on Twitter, there was a concentrated effort to “Report and Block” every tweet that used that hashtag. So I double downed on it, probably why I got put in Twitter time out, or whatever that shadow ban thing means.

  42. Myiq2xu™ says:

    “Not guilty.”
    Judge: “What is the offer?”
    DA: “Six years.”
    Judge: “Only six?”
    DA: “We believe in giving second chances.”

  43. mothy2017 says:

    I can drive. Finished classes with parallel parking. No problems.

  44. mothy2017 says:

    Why why why why would a person with a criminal and substance abuse history be allowed to perform community service in a CHILDREN’S Hospital????

  45. DandyTIger says:

    Love the apocalypse/lcivil war story. Best part, doesn’t look far fetched at all.

  46. Dora says:

  47. Dora says:

    My God! They are determined to remove him.

    Maybe that civil war will be coming sooner than we thought!

    • swanspirit says:

      He can claim all he wants. He can’t prove it, if he could, we would be seeing more than “claims”

      • Lulu says:

        Exactly. They are determined to criminalize thoughts. Thinking of taking dirt on Hillary is criminal but hiring a bunch of incompetent old spooks and smear appararachniks to write up lies, garbage and libel and then shopping it to the federal law enforcement bureaucracy and national media isn’t?

  48. SHV says:

    Not from Anti-Trump MSM:

    “SEOUL (AFP) – A US aircraft flew to North Korea on Friday (July 27) to collect the remains of American troops killed in the Korean War, the White House said, in the latest step in ongoing diplomacy between Washington and Pyongyang.”

  49. lyn says:

    Excellent thread.

    • Lulu says:

      These people need to examine exactly WHY they don’t LIKE or support Trump. Is it because of the media lies? They have to say “I don’t like Trump but…..” It is their ass-covering, fear of being mobbed or kicked out of their social milieu and very cowardly. Anyone that starts out with that I’m not interested. Don’t be a chicken shit and spit it out.

      • lyn says:

        You cut right through it. May I borrow your knife?

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I was no pleased with Barry but did not go around wailing “not the president”. Always hoped he would succeed at something positive, no matter how small, for this country and its citizens. Anything. Never did – but I also would not have wanted him killed or maimed.

  50. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This might be the funniest tweet in the history of Twitter.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Holy shit. And that’s not a joke.

      • Lulu says:

        Wilson is an un-employed by the Bushes’ Bush-ite. He worked for a couple of years on a !Jeb! candidacy and it went splat partially thanks to crappy operatives like him. He is a wannabe Rove. He had no back-up plan for moolah as the Bushes don’t pay staff for doing nothing. If Trump had hired him he would love him. Now he is a talkie-head and disinformation disseminator which is the step right before he is Beckel’ed for being a POS and disappears.

  51. Myiq2xu™ says:

    TFW you are shocked and outraged to discover you are now following Willie Brown’s hootchie mama and then you remember you did it when you were really wasted.

  52. Dora says:

    What do you know? NYC is running out of reporters. How sad. (sarc)


    The city that never sleeps finds that it’s running out of reporters to report

    New York City and its environs are home to 20 million people, Wall Street, Broadway, the fashion and media industries, and a mix of cultures unlike few cities on the planet.

    And yet news organizations operating in this singular metropolis barely have enough reporters to cover the Bronx or Queens.

    • Lulu says:

      I think the beginning pay is really bad even in NYC and DC. Our local yokels are paid peanuts. None seems to stay in any job very long and I guess it might be a better pay chase. That would possibly explain why they are so open to bribes, freebies, towing the owner political lines, etc. None of the media companies are making any money and are owned by cut-throats like Bezos who doesn’t pay anyone more than he has to.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        Journalism is overcrowded. There are a limited number of jobs and turnover is low. Journalism schools produce thousands of new journalists a year. If you are a good-looking woman you have a chance to land a tv gig at a local station. Newspapers are dying. So are magazines.
        “You should try to get a job at an online magazine.”
        I already have one of those, and the pay is indescribable. The reason it is indescribable is I have never seen any.

        • votermom says:

          “the pay is indescribable”

          and incalculable!

        • Lulu says:

          I was offered the “food editor” job at the local rag years ago. My brother was very good friends in high school with the idiot who was the editor. The pay? $280 a month part-time. I was proud of myself for not hooting at him. And this was like 20 years ago. The current “food editor” is a young woman who copies recipes off the Pillsbury cresent roll website. And many, may fudge recipes. The thing is it used to have a couple of special section editions for holidays and stuff which were very good but I think that lady died or something.

  53. Dora says:

    Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner without the magic of Photoshop

    Oh dear! Not a pretty picture.

  54. Dora says:

    REVEALED: NYT Targets Kavanaugh’s Wife, Looking For ‘Abortion,’ ‘Gun,’ ‘Gay,’ ‘Federalist’ Emails

    The New York Times and Associated Press target Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s wife with records requests.

  55. Dora says:

    I understand that Rep. Joe Crowley (the man she beat in the primary) is running on the Working Families Party, so I predict that Ms. Cortez’s time in the spotlight will be over soon.


    The Democratic rising star parrots the terrorist party line.

    When Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis suggested that “this girl Ocasio-Cortez” is a symptom of Democratic disarray, the self-styled “girl from the Bronx” (who actually grew up in Westchester County) retorted with a tweet wherein she claimed: “I am a Puerto Rican woman.” Leaving aside the possibility that she suffers from multiple personality disorder, Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t seem to know any more about the history of her newfound homeland than she does about the Middle East. She delivered herself of several tweets on Wednesday that suggest she believes Puerto Rico was an independent and sovereign nation before the U.S. arrived in 1898.

  56. Dora says:

  57. Dora says:

    Fire still out of control.


    ‘Wall of fire’ devastates California city: Wildfire sweeps through Redding as its 90,000 residents evacuate, at least one person killed and 15 buildings are destroyed

  58. helenk3 says:

    which one is mentally ill, the shooter or the nitwit who decided this” sentence”?

  59. Dora says:

    You men better put down those straws. 🙂

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  64. helenk3 says:

    they no longer teach this in schools

    • helenk3 says:

      sorry. a little history of the cold war.

      remember being told we do not have to go to war with you. We will destroy you from within. think about today’s democratic party

  65. Dora says:

    Watch Barack Obama Publicly Declare Himself, “The First Sitting American President To Come From Kenya.”

    Is he trolling or arrogantly admitting something? Whatever the intent it sure comes off weird as a sweating and hoarse-voiced Barack Obama declares himself a product of Kenya to an African audience.

  66. lateblum says:

  67. lyn says:

    Only 56 percent think that?!

    • Lulu says:

      Studies have shown that people don’t change parties going from R to D or D to R directly. They usually spend a while in Indie-Land horrified with BOTH parties. Usually 1/3 D, 1/3 R, and 1/3 indie so this is really bad for Dems as I don’t think Dems are nuts. I think they are EVIL. They didn’t ask the EVIL question.

  68. foxyladi14 says:


  69. Dora says:

    Now she is being called ‘risky’.


    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Risky Road Show

    The socialist wunderkind from the Bronx is attempting to leverage her overnight political stardom for other underdogs in far-flung places across the country.

  70. Dora says:

    Saudi Arabia WAR THREAT: Oil tankers BOMBED – Saudis BAN exports through Red Sea straits

    IRAN-BACKED Yemeni rebels aligned have launched an attack on two oil tankers passing through the strategically important Red Sea shipping lane of Bab Al-Mandeb – prompting Saudi Arabia to announce that was “temporarily halting” all oil shipments along the route.

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