END is NEAR for WHOM?

NoKo’s ‘Rocket Man’ is on a Suicide Mission

By Harry M. Covert

With a strong degree of certainty, I can assure the faithful and newspaper editors across the land that there is no need for 120 point bold headline type along the lines “The World Ends.”

A fellow who has proclaimed himself as a Christian numerologist has gotten his fifteen minutes of idiocy recently by noting the end for planet earth is Saturday. That date is September 23. I’m cynical and a skeptic.

That may well be the day though for North Korea if Kim Jong Un pulls off another missile launch.… Read More

ONE NOTE PLAYERS AND MONIKERS

What’s in a Name?

Matters of ‘Over Sensitivity’!


By Harry M. Covert

It is difficult in these days of fragile feelings to find some humor and laughter. Maybe time is ripe to back off from wearing our feelings on sleeves.

Most of us have to learn to endure name-calling or insidious comments about nicknames, school mascots or off-the-cuff comments that start out to be witty but somehow end up hurtful.

A high court judge in my hometown, who happened to be a Sunday school teacher, told this story of an army sergeant named Robert Wolfguts who sought a name change.… Read More

TIME FOR HAND WRINGING IS OVER

End Game Coming When Tweets Don’t Work

By Harry M. Covert
All the “message sending” bombarding North Korea appear delaying the  inevitable.  From all the threats of nuclear attempts, escalating missiles and tail wagging the “big dog” apparently there are no tweets reaching Pyongyang.

Quite naturally no one wants war, military intervention or destruction of the rogue regime. But that time is approaching.  And rapidly.
Evidence is mounting by the moment that the United States once again will have to solve the situation. Young Americans are on duty and ready to take the call. It probably won’t pretty.

President Trump gives the word Sunday

The question for all is how long is the free world supposed to suffer waiting for the bombs to fall on free people?… Read More

COLORS OF HORSES…WHITE and GRAY

Traveler VII, USC’s purebred Andalusion horse (left) and Robert E. Lee’s Traveller, American bred gray mount.

 

 

By Harry M. Covert

I’m on my high horse today. I’m also astounded at the continuing display of stupidity, ignorance and total dysfunctional conduct enduring throughout the land. There seems no way to describe the silliness, seriousness and triviality in any other way than growing evil at the seams.
Despite the desolation so prominent, there comes the story out of the left coast where the purebred Andalusian horse, Traveler VII, is under attack. This magnificent animal is in his 11th year as mascot of the University of Southern California (USC) and runs up and down during the Trojans football games.… Read More

THE COMING SILENT MAJORITY AWAKENING

Houston assisted living waiting rescue in deep waters.

By Harry M. Covert
I’ve given lots of thought to the ongoing pusillanimous barrage to rename everything from history. Thugs on the streets across the country, a bunch wearing black masks and clothes have literally gotten out of hand. And, if my guess amounts to anything, average people across the land are going to have their bellies full soon and the mindless so-called protesters will have their comeuppance.

While most good citizens are lifting prayers to the Almighty and government at all levels are helping with the weather tragedy in Texas, the anti-fascists have gotten completely out of hand.… Read More

MOB VIOLENCE NOW IN VOGUE

The American society is undergoing a stark change in ideas.

I reiterate comments in a previous column, personal hating and animus toward others of any sort is obscene and w-r-o-n-g. That’s not hard to say or think. Honestly I don’t know of any school classroom that teaches or instructs hatred. Maybe there are but not in all of my days have I found such academic foolishness.

The Charlottesville rioting has been all the rage as it should be. Tragic and for no reason with the exception of ignorance and hostility. No genius is required to know what happened in Thomas Jefferson’s town.

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