Month: March 2021

satire

Aphorisms

Posted 03/27/2021 in Satire,

An Aphorism is a statement of truth or opinion expressed in a concise and witty manner.

I find it ironic that the colors red, white and blue stand for freedom until they are flashing behind you.

When wearing a bikini women reveal 90% of their bodies . Men are so polite they only look at the covered parts.

Relationships are a lot like algebra. Have you ever looked at your X and...

What I Can Teach You About Racism

Posted 03/26/2021 in Miscellaneous,

WHAT I CAN TEACH YOU ABOUT RACISM By Carol Swain March 26th, 2021 Let me tell you how my story ends: I become a tenured, award winning professor of political science at an Ivy League university, and then at one of the leading universities in the South. Now let me tell you how my story begins: I grow up in rural Virginia, literally dirt poor. I drop out of school in the eighth grade and...
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The Unfit President

Posted 03/25/2021 in Political,

- By J. Robert Smith

American Thinker

There was another time in U.S. history when a president was incapable of serving. His name was Woodrow Wilson, and he had had a stroke, a debilitating one. He never recovered. For about 18 months, the nation was without a president. World War I was over, and the country was on the cusp of the Roaring 20s, so perhaps having a leader wasn’t as ...

Meme

Posted 03/24/2021 in Memes,

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PRESIDENT BIDEN’S UPCOMING PRESS CONFERENCE

Posted 03/18/2021 in International,

- By E. P. Unum

SOME QUESTIONS I’D LIKE TO ASK

Having spent most of my adult life in the publishing and communications industry, and having taught various courses in journalism at prestigious universities around the nation, here are some questions I would like to hear the media ask our new president next Thursday, March 25, 2021, his first press conference where he is to...

Sharks!

Posted 03/17/2021 in OCEARCH,

Top 10 SHARKS WE LOVE to follow: #3 is Unama’ki

15’+ mature female white shark Unama’ki was first studied in the fall of 2019 off of Cape Breton. We then tracked her migration in her first year on the OCEARCH Global Shark Tracker, down the Southeast, US around the tip of Florida. She did not return to the Nova Scotia region in the fall of 2020, and this leads us to believe ...

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