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Sunday, January 31, 2010

The Inner Bomb

Here’s some good news. Britain's MI5 thinks the terrorists will be installing bombs inside their bodies to defeat scanning devices. ‘Flying while Muslim’ will take on a whole different meaning if MI5’s suspicions prove true.  

Friday, January 29, 2010

Osama Joins The Goracle

The probably dead terrorist scum, Osama bin Laden, has sent another audio tape to the terrorist news agency Al-Jazeera from beyond the grave condemning the USA for Global Warming. If there was ever a reason to stop believing in Al Goracle and his Man-made Global Warming Mafia, this is it. Goracle must be very proud to have such a noted climatologist coming on board the carbon credit extortion boat with him and the rest of his band of thieves. Since the Cap & Trade, Carbon Credit Trading extortion market is economic terrorism, Goracle and the rest of his acolytes do fit the mold.

Since I believe bin Laden was praying for a little Global Warming one very cold night in Tora Bora when one of our bombers sent him to hell, I doubt he's making any audio tapes. The barf reflex kicks in though when I read about terrorist propagandists calling for Global Warming retribution. This reminds me of when Gorbachev and the rest of his merry band of expatriate commies hopped aboard the 'Green' band wagon. They don't call Gorby the 'Watermelon Man' for nothing.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Sharia Justice

The religion of peace strikes again with Sharia Law justice. A sixteen year old girl is raped. The Elders sentence her to 101 lashes, pardon the rapist, and fine the girl’s father. Yep, that’s what the world needs – more Sharia Law. They must not allow these people in Bangladesh to own weapons because there would have been a village massacre before they ever meted out that ‘justice’ on my daughter.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Writing Business Lesson

I received a vivid reminder not to assume facts without some evidence. I’m not sure I would have handled the situation any differently though. When I sent in my second round of edits for COLD BLOODED, my writer/assassin novel, I didn’t follow up for many months even though my editor had responded quickly after the first round. My reasoning was all the cautions about not hounding your editor. Couple that with the present market in publishing and economic downturn we’re in. I figured COLD BLOODED was maybe pushed back in the line until the economy improved.
When I finally decided to start pushing in December to the next step up in the publishing house my e-mail went without a response so I resent it. I received a very nice response about e-mails in the thousands and that my novel was found in the database. My first editor had suffered a personal family loss and had subsequently disappeared. They offered to release my rights or because they don’t offer contracts lightly I was invited to resubmit my second round of edits and notes.
Having no luck with the other six manuscripts on the query trail I was happy they were still interested and resubmitted all the materials. This was a learning experience. I need to be more forthright in this business, especially since stuff like this probably happens a lot because publishing enterprises are made up of people who do have personal lives. I admit to thinking when there was no response to my second round of edits the e-book publisher had lost interest in my very violent novel. I had defended my nearly psychopathic hero Nick to the editor. I explained how the woman in witness protection and her little girl grew nearer to his way of thinking as they are all hunted while Nick’s hard edges began to soften. The violence in the book could not be tempered without dulling the message and the plot – namely, we all have a little Nick inside us, especially when our lives are at stake, and even a cold blooded assassin may have more inside than a skill to kill. Anyway, it was an upbeat piece of news I hope will put COLD BLOODED in the e-published realm eventually. Lesson learned. :)

Sunday, January 24, 2010

The Climate Mafia Strikes Again

The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) admits they based a report on tying in natural disasters with global warming on an unpublished report. The report which was later published included this caveat – “We find insufficient evidence to claim a statistical relationship between global temperature increase and catastrophe losses." Of course that was way after the IPCC began new extortion rings for the Global Warming Fraud and the tie-in became part of global political speech. They also neglected to add the caveat in the global meeting of climate rip-off artists at Copenhagen where underdeveloped country extortionists demanded a hundred billion dollars in retribution for emissions causing natural disasters. I continue hoping this avalanche of lies being revealed day after day about the Man-Made Global Warming false prophets of doom will finally bury this incredible global con game. The Sopranos could be proud of a mafia type syndicate like this. They’ve bilked the taxpayers globally, extorted untold billions from corporations employing millions of people and ruined others, all without a single one of these thieves in danger of going to prison.

Man-Made Global Warming doubters again gather to protest the Climate Mafia's lies. :)

Saturday, January 23, 2010


We have an East Anglia clone right here in our own country - NASA. They've been ducking all the freedom of information act requests over the years and now we know why thanks to some very diligent people. By cherry picking climate data and obfuscating the rest, NASA managed to get in line with their sister climate scam station at Global Warming Central - East Anglia's Climate Research facility in Britain. I'm still wondering if we'll ever get enough fraud drowning these hucksters to get rid of any idea of Cap and Trade destruction of our economy and the Carbon Credit Trading Mafia.

 Again, our crowd of doubters show their stunned amazement at yet more evidence of climate manipulation.  :) 

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Texter Drive-By

It’s storming in California almost nonstop right now which we needed desperately. I left early for work because I knew the roads and traffic would be bad. What I encountered were a couple of young Texters who were weaving in and out of their traffic lanes in typical suicidal manner. My usual defensive plan when I see one of these airheads is to hang back or zip around them in the opposite lane from the one they’re invading by drifting while texting.

Both used the ‘hunch’ method – all the way forward in the seat draped over the steering wheel, driving with arms while punching in world shattering short hand at sixty-five miles per hour. They were both driving late model vehicles so Darwin’s Law may come into play some time in the future. The air bag in a collision can deploy in the driver’s face at explosive speeds. My main worry though is the rest of us folks on the road. I thought the people driving with a cell-phone welded to their ear were bad enough but the Texters have them beat for the most reckless road hazard of all time. Here are a few cartoons to illustrate.


Wednesday, January 20, 2010


More good news on the Man-made Global Warming False Prophets of Doom front. GlacierGate is the next up in falsified climate data from the same folks who brought us the East Anglia ClimateGate debacle.  The New York Times reports predictions of the Himalayas melting in a couple decades were based on predictions made by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; which shifted its information gathering from East Anglia for a moment to get the decade old opinion of one misquoted glacier scientist. I guess simply hyping false data and graphs from East Anglia wasn't moving along the imaginary carbon credit market fast enough. I wonder if the media will whitewash GlacierGate like they're attempting to do with ClimateGate. There is no better illustration Man-made Global Warming is a religion and not science than when its acolytes in media and white-coats dismiss and hide evidence it was all based on fake data.

Here from a hero of mine, Walter Williams, a cutting, devastating epitaph to the Man-made Global Warming hoax. He also mentions a fact the science community admits - 550 million years ago there was an explosion of life when CO2 levels were 18 times higher than today. 

I don't believe we can keep the Global Warming Zealots under General Al Goracle from destroying our economy unless we can de-fund the carbon credit trading markets. If they don't crash, governments and acolytes making fortunes off of extortion trading will prop them up for time immemorial. Here are a few pertinent cartoons.


Monday, January 18, 2010

Home Invasion

In this article from Texas an 11 year old boy did what Dean Koontz's main character in 'Relentless' didn't do - when two illegal aliens invaded his home with guns, he defended his Mom and house with a .22 rifle successfully even after being wounded. The 'Relentless' plot would have ended with this young man as a character before page 50. :)

Saturday, January 16, 2010


Spoiler Alert! Go no further if you don’t want to know what the beginning of ‘Relentless’ by Dean Koontz is all about. I was hooked from the first page on. He managed to alienate me from the plot within the first fifty pages because of my outlook on strange intruders in a home. A critic named Shearman Waxx gives the main character Cullen Greenwich’s novel a bad review. When Cullen takes his little boy with him to a restaurant frequented by Waxx to get a glimpse of him, Waxx sees Cullen and says one word: ‘Doom’.
The next thing you know, Cullen sees Waxx meandering through his house. The plot became fantasy for me at that point because the nightmare enveloping Cullen, his wife, and little boy from then on would be moot for me. I know many people would have been so shocked at the sight of this freak strolling through their house, ignoring calls of ‘hey’ and ‘what the hell’, they may have done nothing like Cullen did. My policy is this - stranger breaks into my house with my family in it and goes walkabout through my rooms I get my shotgun out. Having had some instances in the past where it was a matter of my family’s safety, I know I can get my shotgun from anywhere I am in my house and have it out ready to fire in under thirty seconds. Waxx would have been a statistic on the police blotter because in my house I do not ask intruders to halt because I want only one story told when the police arrive: mine.
‘Relentless’ was terrifying and enthralling in spite of my obvious estrangement with the beginning plot premise. It’s one of the best books I’ve read in a couple of years. ‘Relentless’ is a welcome change after reading the first three books of Jim Butcher’s ‘Dresden Files’ series. I hate to say this but I liked the TV series ‘Dresden Files’ better than I did the novels. I can’t really put my finger on why except I really liked the TV Dresden actor better than I did the novel Dresden character. I’m going to wait a while before picking up the next one in the series. If you read this far but haven’t read ‘Relentless’, you have a treat in store if you like creepy horror.

Friday, January 15, 2010

A Warning

I got kind of a perverse laugh out of this article on a 150 Muslim clerics in Yemen signing a petition stating they will declare jihad if we attack Yemen. That remark seems much like someone smacking you in the face and then warning you not to retaliate because you’ll get slapped in the face. The Christmas Bomber tells us he trained at an Al Qaeda camp in Yemen before trying to blow up a plane load of passengers, many of whom were Americans. I guess we’re supposed to wait until they manage to actually blow another plane out of the sky, slaughtering hundreds of our citizens and then arrange a meeting so they can tell us why they hate us and why it’s all our fault.

And a few cartoons about the coming debacle of civilian trials for terrorists - insanity on a scale too stupid for words.  

Thursday, January 14, 2010

ClimateGate Conman Michael Mann Receives Stimulus Funds

Global Warming High Priest Michael Mann, the discredited 'Hockey Stick Graph' conman received $541,184 in stimulus funds while being investigated by Penn State for his contributions to the ClimateGate debacle, adding to the millions he's already bilked the US taxpayers for. Someone began to wonder why and wants the money back.

A Belgian and three Brit's were arrested on defrauding the Carbon Credit Market out of millions of pounds. I wonder how the investigators were able to distinguish these unlucky thieves' fraud from the rest. It is incredible how this global ripoff keeps going after ClimateGate. The crooks and gangs are cashing in on this lucrative money laundering market of imaginary goods and services.

And finally a few cartoons to ease the Global Warming Farce parade.


Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Britain: America's Canary In The Coal Mine

In my continued reading of England's calamities as they become America's canary in the coal mine, I read this blood pressure bursting article on their resident welfare, fifth column, terrorist traitors.

It's no wonder the Tory party is promising to drop immigration by 75% if elected. I loved what Judge Mellanby said when these scum's lawyers argued freedom of speech -She said: 'No one has the right to be gratuitously offensive or insulting. It is not just insulting to the soldiers but to the citizens and public of Luton who were out on the streets that day to honour and welcome the soldiers home.'

I would have gone way beyond her and drop kicked this bunch right out of the country... or into the ocean. After looking at the pictures of these lunatic enemy within and the fact they are on English welfare I visualized our UK canary in the coal mine beginning to get groggy.

Here our valiant canary considers profiling options at airports and perks up a bit.

OMG! I had to post this addition from today's UK MailOnline about an English family shut out of their dream home by Romanian squatters over Christmas after their house was just completed. The cops called them racists. You have to read this to believe it. Our canary just keeled over on its side gasping for breath.