Posts by TeeJaw

Drivers, Analyticals, Amiables, Expressives

These four words, drivers, analyticals, amiables, expressives, supposedly describe personality types, temperament, disposition, communication style, personal markers of one’s ways of interacting with others and/or with facts and circumstances. Drivers are said to be can-do types, hard charging, quick thinking doers and deciders. They make up their minds and quickly render decisions on most things.…

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In all likelihood Jeffery Epstein was murdered

Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy found a broken hyoid bone. When a medical examiner finds a broken hyoid bone in the neck of a cadaver the manner of death is almost always homicide by strangulation. A suicidal hanging almost never breaks the hyoid bone. Manual strangulation breaks it every time. The New York Post: The Washington Post…

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Red Flag Laws Are Likely Unconstitutional

I can’t say for sure that the Supreme Court will ever issue a ruling in a case that a Red Flag Law is unconstitutional but there is every reason for them to do just that. The Constitution says you can’t be deprived of your property without due process of law. Due process means, at least,…

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Elizabeth Warren’s Big Fat Lie

“Lies fly, while the truth comes limping behind.” —Jonathan Swift, from the Art of Political Lying This is a lie and she knows it’s a lie. Her lies are obvious, she’s not very good at the Art of Political Lying. Police officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown as he was attempting to take the officer’s…

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Nuggets of Joy Offset by Horrific Murders

I hope I haven’t offended Ammo Grrrll  or the Powerline Blog by posting so much of her recent Nugget of Joy about a Mama Hummingbird, but it’s so good I think it should be read by as many as possible. We recently had a front-row seat to a joyous little nature drama that went on…

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False charges of racism reveal racism of accusers

Found this in a post at American Greatness by Roger Kimball. It’s quite good, so I decided to share it here. Trump and race, Trump is called racist by liberals, over and over again. Yet, as far as I can tell Trump never says a racist word nor does anything that can be deemed as…

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A factually true statement that is misleading is still a lie

Big media can present a factually true but misleading statement  and get away with lying if nobody notices. Deception by misleading is an attempt to hide a lie. It will trick the reader to believe something that isn’t true even though the statement itself is factually accurate. An otherwise accurate but irrelevant statement to cast…

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Temple of Jupiter at Baalbek, Lebanon

This was first posted on May 15, 2012: As the fighting increases between pro and anti Assad forces in Lebanon and that country approaches what may be another civil war, I’m reflecting on my travels there during more peaceful times. The Roman ruins, such as the Temple of Jupiter at Baalbek, Lebanon, are an astounding…

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The Allure of War — Explained

If you’re looking for something to read, take a look at Sea Stories by retired admiral William McRaven: Everyone likes a good story and this book contains several. Great lawyers are good story tellers. It’s how you win in court, telling a good story. Great warriors accumulate great stories. They are playing in a little different…

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Trump Takes on the “Squad”

Trump Takes on “The Squad” with this video: They want to be the leaders of the Democrat Party and Trump wants to lend a hand to help they achieve their goal. Stacey Matthews at Legal Insurrection: It’s like clockwork. President Donald Trump tweets out criticisms of someone or something. Democrats hop on he Twitter machine…

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Red next to black, venom lack…

Red next to black venom lack, red next to yellow, kill a fellow: The title to this painting is Coral Snake and Spider, Brazil  by Marianne North. But wait, is it a coral snake? No, it’s not. The featured image for this post is genuine very deadly coral snake.

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Chicago — Rat Capital of the U.S.

Criminals in Chicago are ratting each other out like crazy, but that’s not what makes Chicago the rattiest city in the United States. It’s the rodent kind that’s responsible for that. Not the rats them selves, though. Humans know how to control rats and when they neglect to do so we should say they, not…

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