INDEFATIGABLE BOMBASTS TO CONTINUE

Can we all be nice? No!

By Harry M. Covert

Here we go. No more promises, or pontifications, resolving to do better in this and that. For the next 363 days the outlook is magnificent. Can we just be nice? This all sounds good. I suspect all the happy talk will be subdued and the disagree-ers will continue their indefatigable bombasts.

Forgive me, please, all of you sweet people. I can remind everyone, no matter how you cut it, good news honestly and truly isn’t good news. Feel good stories are wonderful. Our human nature isn’t always so good.

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OVERLOOKING POSSIBLE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY

A Nation of Bread and Circuses
‘Our beloved republic is in the hands of madmen’
Julius Caesar to the 13th Legion

 

By Ladson F. Mills III

America has reached the stage Roman Historians labeled as the age of ‘Bread and Circuses.’

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Toxic projection backed by mobbing now passes for serious political discourse. Decades of disastrous Washington leadership has created a national debt of over twenty trillion dollars. With the bread rapidly disappearing all that remains to divert attention away from the government failures are the circuses of political theater.

One of the most interesting circuses is being provided by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller.… Read More

Unseemly Manners in the Capitol

‘Money and morals are rarely on speaking terms.’

By Harry M. Covert
November 28, 2017

Has the nation figured out that the country’s real problems lie in the Capitol Building? Apparently lots of citizens have had no clue until lately as leaders’ public and private lives have been bared. Blemishes of the heretofore legislative bodies are laid before the entire 50-states plus all the territories and the world.

Who would have imagined the members of what’s described as the most distinguished club in the world had “no clothes.” That’s the U. S. Senate. Then the brother and sisters of the House of Representatives weren’t excluded from illicit conduct usually reserved for bawdy houses or those described as places of “ill repute.”

Quite naturally pundits use the phrase “double standards.” It’s proper to think that.… Read More

A  POTPOURRI TO ENJOY

On The Day of Thanks 

By Harry M. Covert
November 23, 2017

Vittles  in all forms are the stars today. There are so many variations on this treasured Thanksgiving that the troubles and trials can likely be set aside for joys of families large and small.How to count the ways of all to give thanks for the bounties.

This is an exciting list, and so much to offer gratitude.

Not to be preachy, but every single soul has much in which to offer for living this life.

Tradition has many reasons for Thanksgiving Day. Magnificent! Family meals and time together.… Read More

PROFILING and SHAVING

The ‘Manly’ Style of Terrorists

“Terrorists are known principally by their straggly unshaven beards. Part of their murderous sects is that they never shave facial hair. They are known for their religious devotion by never shaving because that is a manly symbol they believe. Let’s stop dancing around the issue plaguing the U.S. society.”

 By Harry M. Covert

The idea of profiling by law enforcement always raises hackles. How dare investigators look for criminals, who act suspicious and when they think no one is watching or when closed circuit video is having a good look?

While bleeding hearts don’t like what the president says about the death penalty for the Big Apple terrorist, or

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sending the killer – okay, the alleged admitted killer – to Guantánamo Bay.… Read More

UNLEASHING the JFK FILES

Will the Truth Be Told About that
Fateful Day a Half Century Ago?

By Harry M. Covert

JFK Teletype Image after Dallas                             tragedy

Today may or may not destroy myths and conspiracies of the past 54 years as to the perpetrator of the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy

This awful day when the young 35th chief executive was shot and killed is burned in my heart and mind. I succinctly remember the moment the news blared on my black and white television set.

My two-year-old son was napping. I was scheduled to work at 5 pm. I was watching the television show Dialing for Dollars.… Read More