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Friday, June 23, 2017

Friday Babe


Yulia Rose

Monday, June 19, 2017

Nitzakhon: A Guest Blogger Introduction

First Meetings Require Introductions

Dave in PB has kindly said he’d be willing to let me post guest essays, and I am grateful for the chance. I’d like to start my own blog, but my current blog is already falling into slow mode as I start a new full-time job. I cannot devote myself to starting and building another… but I do believe I have constructive things to say so, again, thank you Dave!

First, about my pseudonym. Nitzakhon is Hebrew for victory. This is a word we on the Right, whether in America, in Israel, or across the world need to not only say, but strive for – and achieve! (Or, we’re toast!)

So let me introduce myself. I am an American, having won the lottery and been born into the greatest, most exceptional country ever to have been in the history of mankind. My birthplace is the state where the “Shot Heard Round the World” happened, but unlike the majority of people there today I bleed red-white-and-blue; the sense of awe that I felt when I saw the Constitution in the National Archives was palpable. I never served in the military, something that – looking back – I regret, but would probably have gone into the U.S. Navy (Navy Warrior Song here) and if I could start over, say at my first year of college, being who I am and knowing what I know, I would do it without hesitation. But I have the deepest respect for all military members, in both America and Israel… and make a point of thanking military members, active and retired, whenever I can. And I am teaching my children to do the same.

To one of my co-workers I stated that I am to the right of the Tea Party, and he scoffed – then I took a very substantive (50-60 questions!) online political quiz. Here’s the result:

Told ya! So I will touch on many topics from that hard-core right point of view, with a few Libertarian dashes thrown in for flavor.

I am also a Conservative Jew and a Zionist. Israel is where my soul lives. I have been before, I will go again. I will walk through Ammunition Hill’s trenches; I will climb Masada and swear “Masada will not fall again!”; I will go to the Kotel, climb onto the Temple Mount and look at our Holy City; I will find the house where my mother grew up, find her parents’ gravesite, and eventually – G-d* willing – walk the Israel Trail to see the land from south to north. Or north to south, depending.

I believe deeply that faith in G-d is critical to a free people, and that before The People can govern themselves, people must govern themselves. The John Adams quote applies:

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”


I am a husband and father; I have two children and wish I could have more. I work for a living, using the thing Ayn Rand discussed – the mind – to generate wealth for my employer and myself; I find many, but not all, of her philosophy’s ideas quite moving. Atlas Shrugged had been on my bookshelves for years unread; then, serendipitously, I encountered Francisco’s Money Speech. The next day I started reading. And I have a business idea I am slowly developing.

I am the son, on one side, of a natural-born American whose lineage goes back to the American Revolution and before. On the other side I am the son of a first-generation Israeli immigrant. More, I am the husband of another immigrant, with whom I have two interracial children. I absolutely believe in immigration – legal immigration of people who assimilate into American culture.

Lastly, lest I get too long, let me absolutely clear in my last point: I live my life by Martin Luther King Jr.’s dictum to judge people, not by the color of their skin [or sex, or anything else] but by the content of their character [as individuals].

I hope my introduction intrigues you, that as I start up sending in essays that meet Dave’s standards, and you find them informative and provocative as well. I am fond of asking what I call “penetrating questions” and attempting to find the golden nugget inside a topic.

Shalom.

* As a believing Jew, I cannot write out that whole word.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Good Morning

Enjoy Your Sunday and Happy Fathers Day

Squam Lake, Holderness, New Hampshire

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Rule 5 Saturday LinkOrama


Gal Gadot
Waking Up Knowing that Today is Dave in PB's Rule 5 Saturday LinkOrama

Proof Positive - Friday Night Babe - Aisha Tyler

Political Clown Parade - Flowing Curves Of Beauty

By Other Means - Tuesday Tap, Rack, and Bang

Double Trouble Two - Sexy Black/White .... Enjoy :-)

Ninety Miles From Tyranny - Hot Pick, Girls With Guns and Morning Mistress

Grouchy Old Cripple - Saturday Boobage

Not so Angry Mike - Its Getting Warm Outside

The Feral Irishman - Wednesdeyes

The Daley Gator - Daley Babe

Diogenes Middle Finger News - A Good Tuesday Morning and Fishnet Friday

Theo Spark - Tori Praver Takes It All Off For Her Body Paint Photoshoot | Sports Illustrated Swimsuit

Your Crazy Uncle Bubba - Buenas

American Power - Danica Patrick Sports Illustrated Swimsuit (VIDEO)

Woodsterman - Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

The Other McCain - Rule 5 Sunday

The Pirates Cove - If All You See ...

GOODSTUFF's CYBER WORLD - GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE

Friday, June 16, 2017

Friday Babe


Thais Belmonte

Saturday, June 10, 2017

The Fifth Annual Paul Revere Awards

My Dear Friend, Curmudgeon and her Staff at The Political Clown Parade are sponsoring The Fifth Annual Paul Revere Awards.

Nominations for this prestigious award end this evening at midnight. Go there now and nominate your favorite blog.

The deadline for nominating your favorite small blog for the Fifth Annual Paul Revere Award is midnight Saturday, June 10.

We’ve got some amazing blogs already listed. Have we forgotten any? You be the judge.

For those of you who aren’t familiar, the Paul Revere Award is our humble attempt at paying homage to the brave and resolute men and women who are the modern-day offspring of the American Revolution’s pamphleteers. Those colonial pioneers faced violent suppression from a powerful ruling class but their simple pamphlets proved to be more powerful.

From today through midnight Saturday, June 10, we will accept nominations of bloggers who, in the view of our readers, deserve to be recognized.

Please nominate the blog or blogs you wish to see win the Fifth Annual Paul Revere Award in the comments section below. Just provide a link to the blog(s) you’re nominating and we will take it from there.

Each winner will receive a personalized award in the form of a badge which can be displayed on their website if they so choose.