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The LGBT is at it again…

“…The issue here is not marriage, it’s sodomy.  Either sodomy is a crime, and a capital crime at that, or it’s not.  Our forefathers believed it was criminal.  The Bible says it is criminal.  The state law says it is criminal.  So, if North Carolina would simply follow its own law, it would punish sodomites instead of giving them a voice to be heard to pervert the institution of marriage.  Sadly, they are too cowardly to do so, and now we have a president that seems to think it is the law for sodomites to marry and seems to support special rights for these criminals.”

More at Sons of Liberty Media

Trump Petitioned to Reinstate Army Officer Who was Court Martialed following Questioning Obama Birth Certificate

A petition to reinstate a former US Army Lieutenant Colonel who refused to be deployed because he questioned the authenticity of Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah‘s birth certificate and his eligibility to hold the office of president based on a fraudulent document.

The petition was listed at the petitions section of on January 21, 2017.  It reads:

The former Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin was a highly-decorated Army flight surgeon who questioned whether or not the orders he received from Obama were legitimate. Court-martialed, imprisoned, expelled from the Army and denied pay, pension and benefits, Terry was merely following his officer’s oath and constitutional duty. It is an outrage that this was allowed to happen. Obama refused to answer Terry’s letter and ended up producing a forged birth certificate. Terry who was a medical doctor is a valuable asset to the American military and the fact that his military chain of command and his congressional representatives allowed him to be court-martialed and run out of the army is an outrage for all Americans. This grave injustice needs to be addressed and corrected ASAP.

Lakin refused to obey deployment orders, arguing that Obama had not documented his eligibility for the presidency under Article 2, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution.

“What I do not understand and still don’t,” he writes in his book Officer’s Oath: Why my Vow to Defend the Constitution Demanded that I Sacrifice my Career, “is why Obama did not just come forward with his key documents and be done with it. Instead, he ordered all of his important records to be kept under seal.”

More on this HERE

“Tsunami” Debut LP’s –

Once in a while there is a definitive effort in a debut album, which takes the airwaves by storm.  Such was the case for Boston:

Boston is the debut studio album by American rock band Boston. Produced by Tom Scholz and John Boylan, the album was released on August 25, 1976, in the United States by Epic Records. Scholz had studied classical piano in his childhood and became involved in the Boston music scene in the late 1960s. He subsequently started to concentrate on demos recorded in his apartment basement with singer Brad Delp, and although their previous group, Mother’s Milk, had received numerous rejection letters from major record labels in the early 1970s, by 1975, the demo tape had fallen into the hands of CBS-owned Epic Records, who signed the band.

Epic wanted the band to record in Los Angeles with a record producer, but Scholz was unwilling and wanted to record the album in his basement studio, so he hired Boylan to run interference with the label. In an elaborate ruse, Scholz tricked the label into thinking the band was recording on the West Coast, when in reality, the bulk was being tracked solely by Scholz at his Massachusetts home. The album’s contents are a complete recreation of the band’s demo tape, and contain songs written and composed many years prior. The album’s style, often referred to as the “Boston sound”, was developed through Scholz’s love of classical music, melodic hooks and guitar-heavy rock groups such as the Kinks and the Yardbirds.

The album was released by Epic in August 1976 and sold extremely well, breaking sales records and becoming one of the best-selling debut albums of all time.  The album’s singles, most notably “More Than a Feeling” and “Long Time”, were both AM and FM hits, and nearly the entire album receives constant rotation on classic rock radio. The album has been referred to as a landmark in 1970s rock and has been included on many lists of essential albums. The album has sold 17 million copies in the United States alone and 25 million worldwide.

Another such LP was Mike and the Mechanics.  Including two top ten hits, this LP contained Silent Running, Hanging By A Thread, All I need is a Miracle, and Par Avion.

Mike And The Mechanics
Par Avion
Another day has passed me by
And there’s an island in the sun
To see me through
Another day in paradise
But there’s no reason, there’s no rhyme
Without you

Here comes the night (night)
Here comes the dreaming of you
Breathing your love in me
Here comes the night (night)
Here comes the feeling I’ve been
Waiting here for so long
I’ve been waiting here for so long

There’s a time and there’s a place
When we can share the silver night
Silent room
In my bed an empty space

Cos there’s no other in my life
Only you

Here comes the night (night)
Here comes the dreaming of you
Breathing your love in me
Here comes the night (night)
Here comes the feeling I’ve been
Waiting here for so long
I’ve been waiting here for so long

Here comes the night
Here comes the dreaming of you
Breathing your love in me
Here comes the night (night)
Here comes the feeling I’ve been
Waiting here for so long
I’ve been waiting here for so long

More lyrics at


Alfonzo Rachel  (He’s in my sidebar) With a Christian viewpoint on Hell:

on January 15, 2017 at 7:52 pm


Always enjoyed Joe Dan’s point blank candor; this is to celebrate Trump’s ascension to the Presidency.  His first actions are a step in the right -pun intended- direction.  I changed my background image to suit this occasion.  Anyone for “two thumbs up”?

Zechariah 12:3

And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it.

Video is self explanatory.  Go Donald Trump!

I seldom check the WP stats on my page…

On this occasion, I found other sites referrals, and clicked on one of them.  It went to the person’s site, revealing that it was a conservative (!)  lady college student, her college being University of Alabama, home of the Crimson Tide.  Interesting enough, while reading some comments on one of her posts, I noted she has a sister, also conservative, and attends LSU, home of the Tigers.

Two college football teams, bitter rivals, both of which I like.  And folks wonder why I call it the Wild,Wild,Web… (LMAO)

Her sister’s page banner caught my attention, (me being a s0-called -“Alt right”- type):

Diogenes' Middle Finger

Gotta love conservative millennials !

Anyway, I stumbled upon this little ditty, about Mr Diogenes, which deserves to be shared:


In Search of an Honest Man


ONE of my all-time heroes is Diogenes the Cynic, who spent most of his life chilling in his barrel outside the city-state of Corinth . He was the original Cynic because he believed that men and women lived a life dictated by rules and taboos and therefore no one was really truthful or honest. Actually Diogenes is my hero because he was witty, rude, and had little respect for authority. For example, when Alexander the Great rode down to visit Diogenes in his barrel, he offered Diogenes any gift of his choice. With a scowl, Diogenes snapped back his response: “What you’ve taken away, you can never give me.”
“Huh?” said Alex.
“You’re standing in my sun.”

What most people know about Diogenes is that he wandered around ancient Greece carrying a lantern and searching for an honest man. In Plaka you can find the figures of him and his lantern and Rataplan, his mangy mutt. What most people don’t know is why he went searching for an honest man when he believed, as a Cynic, that there was no such person.

A few scholars believe that Diogenes went on his fruitless search as an altruistic philosophical search for a truly evolved human being. However, my years as an archaeology student reading whatever was irrelevant to my studies revealed to me a darker reason. It may have had to do with the fact that he and his father had been accused of embezzling money from the Corinthian mint, where they had worked. Perhaps Diogenes was trying to prove that nobody is completely honest, and thus wipe the slate clean from his little misdemeanour.

Even though I don’t live in a barrel like Diogenes did, I did live out of my car in the exclusive Irodotou Attikou Street outside the Spanish ambassador’s apartment until one day I caught a policeman taking the plates off my car. I brought up the idea of paying him off in exchange for my number plates. But unfortunately, the amount he suggested was five times more than my yearly budget for traffic offences. So, being rather good at bargaining, I haggled. At which point, this honest copper threatened to arrest me, impound the car, and keep the plates.

Suddenly I was reminded of Diogenes, who as I mentioned was also was accused of something that most ancient Greeks did routinely. In fact, being caught with your fingers in the till was so common, that ancient Greek historians used to write with surprise and wonder about the one or two cases where men, having been entrusted with money or power, were actually straight in their dealings.
Indeed, when anybody tried to swindle the Romans in commercial dealings, the name the Romans called such actions was “Greek honesty.”

So I decided to follow my great hero’s footsteps and go in search of an “honest” man (or anyone who could help me get my plates back before 40 days.)

My first interviewee was the periptero (kiosk) man I buy my Rex Lights from. “Do you know an honest man?” I queried.
He winked at me, “I am,” and he grinned.
I kept my hand out for the rest of my change. “Really? What is an honest man?”
“Ah, an honest man is someone who says what they mean, doesn’t steal, doesn’t lie, and respects their responsibility to society.”
“Do you know anyone in the traffic police?” I asked.
“How much money do you have to spend?” he asked promptly.
I told him and he laughed. At this point, I knew my task here was difficult.

So I decided to simply concentrate on searching for an honest modern ancient Greek.
“Do you know of any other honest men in Athens ?”
He thought this over for a couple of seconds. “No.”
“How about honest women?”
He laughed.
“How about honest men on the islands?”
“Not a chance,” he said, and proceeded to recount the tale of being swindled at a tavern in Hydra after choosing a “fresh” fish.

I wandered off to continue my search. The next few people I asked had a similar response, ie yes, they were honest and of course they didn’t know anyone else who was.

In true modern ancient Greek tradition, individuality is the most important liberty. There is no sense of hypocrisy when people change their principles or lie to defend themselves, or attack others, or just for the fun of it. For example, we can take the great Athenian general, Alcibiades who, on a drinking binge with his mates, went around the wealthy streets of Athens breaking off the phalluses from the statues.

The Athenians, miffed at his juvenile antics, punished him by not letting him lead the campaign against the city of Syracuse , in Sicily . So, taking this with typical grace, Alcibiades went to Sparta and revealed the Athenians’ plans, which led to the Spartans crushing the Athenian expedition. A Spartan general, Pausanias, popularly known as The Lech, switched sides in a similar way.

Throughout Greek history, villages and towns have switched their allegiances, and this has been deemed acceptable and not punished because it was understand that it was usually a case of self-preservation.

So the modern ancient Greeks think themselves honest, as indeed I do. This is different from most of my Northern European friends who openly and freely admit that they are not always honest. This is shocking to me and my Greek compatriots, who would never admit such a thing.

Did Diogenes ever find his honest man? As far as I know, he didn’t. Nor did I find my cheap corrupt traffic cop. So I had to wait to get my plates back. Which I think somehow and in someway makes me an honest man.


Think natural, God given neutraceuticals – herbs- as opposed to Rx drugs which have a list of side effects as long as your arm; that are as bad or worse than the one problem they’re designed to solve…   To  your good health, folks!  “X”

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Sure, when it comes to controlling your blood sugar watching your diet is important. But it turns out there’s another often overlooked cause of rising blood sugars.

Believe it or not the medications your doctor has prescribed for you could end up giving you diabetes. In fact, there are so many drugs that can drive you to a diabetes diagnosis–over 300 of them–that there’s even an official medical condition called “drug-induced diabetes.”

Check your medicine cabinet, and make sure you understand all the risks if you’re taking any of these four common diabetes-linked drugs…

1. Antibiotics:

You probably know by now that antibiotics are far from the risk-free drug many folks believe they are. But it turns out it’s not just antibiotic resistance and superbugs that you need to be concerned about. Antibiotics are also linked to diabetes. And the more of them you take the higher your risk of developing type 2 diabetes rises.

According to research published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism people with five or more prescriptions for antibiotics in a year had a 50 percent greater risk of type 2 diabetes than people with one or no prescriptions. Researchers still aren’t exactly sure why antibiotics send your risk of diabetes skyrocketing, but they think it likely has something to do with the destruction of the healthy bacteria in your gut.

If you don’t have a serious infection consider trying a natural antibiotic such as oil of oregano or olive leaf extract instead. Be very picky about when you take a prescription antibiotic. And always take a probiotic whenever you’re taking one, to help protect and restore your healthy gut bugs.

2. Diuretics:

Diuretics are often prescribed for high blood pressure. But taking them could have you jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire, because this blood pressure fix could raise your risk for diabetes by as much as 30 percent.

Talk to your doctor about trying natural diuretics instead. Dandelion greens work well in a salad or brewed into tea. If those are too bitter, green tea makes a milder but often very effective diuretic too.

3. Prednisone:

Prednisone is a powerful anti-inflammatory and pain killer. But, unfortunately, it comes with a long list of dangerous side effects, including increased blood sugar.

The good news is blood sugars usually level off quickly once you stop taking the drug, so the damage isn’t permanent.

If you’re taking prednisone over the long term to treat inflammation talk with your doctor about tapering you off of it and looking for alternatives. The results of studies looking at turmeric and inflammation are promising, for example.

4. Statins:

Taking statin drugs increases your risk for diabetes by a staggering 50 percent. Not only do these drugs increase your body’s insulin resistance, statins also reduce your pancreas’ ability to produce insulin. It’s a diabetes double whammy.

Consider swapping statins for more fatty fish and whole grains, especially oat bran, instead.

Don’t trade one health concern for another. And don’t let the drug that’s supposed to help hurt you instead. Ask your doctor if any of your own prescriptions could be raising your risk diabetes, and ask for alternative options if they are.

“Technological progress is like an axe in the hands of a pathological criminal.” – Albert Einstein

“Under the spreading chestnut tree I sold you and you sold me”  George Orwell 1984 Orwell’s chilling prophecy about the future. [1948]  Orwell’s narrative is timelier than ever.

As we continue to blur the lines between science fiction and reality, things which become reality still pose the same moral questions which were posed long ago.  Books such as The Terminal Man, [1972] by Michael Crichton, about the dangers of mind control, and Brave New World, [1932] by Aldous Huxley, come to mind.

Man has gained the ability to manipulate genes, but has little understanding of the consequences.  We are like a six year old who has mistakenly been given a chemistry set.  We play with the building blocks of life, which are God’s domain.  We cannot create these genes, we merely rearrange the sequences;  then we think we’re so damned smart, when one of those aberrations happen to work.

This film is categorized as “Sci-Fi”; yet, for those of us who recognize our Creator, make the profession of faith, and give our lives to Him, this so-far fictional story might well be billed as a horror film.  Knowledge is a double edged sword.  We can do things; however there is a lack of wisdom to forbear from doing so.

From Wikipedia – dihydromorphinone:   [This will be self explanatory as you watch the film]

“… a centrally acting pain medication of the opioid class. It is a derivative of morphine… Comparatively, hydromorphone is to morphine as hydrocodone is to codeine—that is, a semi-synthetic drug.  In medical terms, it is an opioid analgesic and, in legal terms, a narcotic.”

“Adverse effects of hydromorphone are similar to those of other potent opioid analgesics, such as morphine and heroin.  The major hazards of hydromorphone include dose-related respiratory depression, urinary retention, bronchospasm and sometimes circulatory depression.”

“Simultaneous use of hydromorphone with other opioids, muscle relaxants, tranquilizers, sedatives, and general anesthetics can cause a significant increase in respiratory depression, progressing to coma or death.”


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