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Folie a Deux, by Andrew Joppa

Folie à Deux by Andy Joppa   As any sane person survey’s the behavior and chosen actions of those on the political Left, the question must be  asked, “How can that many people be involved with activities that appear to be so consistently delusional and detached from all reality?” As we watched with repugnance, the emotional breakdown of Hillary supporters after ... Read More »

Notre Dame est L’avenir(Notre Dame is The Future), by Andy Joppa

Notre Dame est L’avenir (Notre Dame is The Future) by Andy Joppa   Note:  With so much distortion that can be anticipated in how the event I write about here will be presented to the public, I write with a surety based on logical and weighted conjecture.  I do this, since it is dubious whether the truth will ever be known, and ... Read More »

Stumbling Out of the Box, by Andrew Joppa

Stumbling Out of The Box by Andy Joppa   There are many issues that would benefit by discussion, any discussion, but dedicating a full essay to each would take too long. So, here are a few of the many ideas swirling in my mind. I’m sure you have a few of your own. Each will, hopefully, contribute its own weight ... Read More »

No, Rodney, We All can’t Get Along, by Andrew Joppa

No Rodney, We Can’t All Get Along! by Andy Joppa   Note: To get through the spam filters at ICONTACT the spelling is used ….NAZEE   “There is an enemy. There is an intelligent, active, malign force working against us. Step one is to recognize this. This recognition alone is enormously powerful. It saved my life, and it will save ... Read More »

Dear Senator Scott: Socialism is Never the Answer

Dear Sen. Scott: Socialism is Never the Answer Senator Rick Scott campaigned on an anti-socialism platform. “The Democrats are talking about big government socialism, [saying] ‘oh, it’s fair,'” he said in September. “Yeah, it’s fair — we all do bad. We all do poorly under socialism.” Sen. Scott is right. That’s why it’s so concerning that he just unveiled a plan to ... Read More »

We’re Not Joe Biden, bu Andrew Joppa

We’re Not Joe Biden by Andy Joppa   As I recently listened to the insipid Joe Biden apologize for all that he is, all that he was and, I presume, all that he might be, it rushed through my mind that this grotesque creature must be a member of a different species. Watching Biden perform, made my skin crawl in the ... Read More »

Too Many Crazies…Too Little Courage, by Andrew Joppa

Too Many Crazies…Too Little Courage by Andy Joppa   “Political language… is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.” George Orwell   I had written, on multiple occasions, that Mueller would not abandon his tragic charade without directly implicating Trump in crimes. He has, however, exonerated the President ... Read More »

Children: the Future, Not the Present, By Andrew Joppa

I’ve often thought any platitude offered by a politician containing the word “child”, “children”, or “childhood”, should be grounds for immediate impeachment and removal from office.  If not that, they should at least be publicly flogged. When I hear those words, it stiffens the geriatric hairs on the back of my neck; I always know someone is attempting to win ... Read More »

Donald Trump: Last Man Standing, by Andrew Joppa

Donald Trump; The Last Man Standing by Andy Joppa   The thing about a hero, is even when it doesn’t look like there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, he’s going to keep digging, he’s going to keep trying to do right and make up for what’s gone before, just because that’s who he is. Joss Whedon   ... Read More »

Thinking the Unthinkable, by Andrew Joppa

Thinking the Unthinkable by Andy Joppa   “People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.” ― George Orwell   What follows will not be an advocacy or recommendation. It is a commentary that describes historical events and current situations.  If there are conclusions to be reached, I leave that ... Read More »