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  • Windows 10 slowdown after the upgrade.

    10/12/2015 7:12:19 AM PDT · 29 of 52
    Prospero to GregB
    Similar problems, usually after the machine has been logged on for several hours. Having upgraded in mid-July, this did not become a problem immediately, but for what it's worth (being free advice, as such) here's what I can share.

    One problem seems to be related to the search-index process, an apparently memory-hogging process wherein (ostensibly) the totality of files are indexed for "faster searches." A work-around is available recommending a very, very small change in one value on one line of the registry, using regedit.

    Another bug-a-boo seems to be the One-Drive application, and any of several processes that seem to want to "phone-home" with or without your permission.

    Occam's Razor strongly suggests starting with the most simple and most likely issues, like all the little hitch-hiker processes that rev-up at Start-Up. Killing those before a re-start is recommended, though access to those options is limited using the WinX tools available through the Task Master.

    Another of Occam's recommendations is to remember certain browsers steadily increase their use of available memory as any one session runs; and then there's the more obvious need to regularly clean a cache file.

    If this problem is related to the more complicated issues, and not just a background scan or a slowed update by anti-virus, for example, you should know that it is unlikely to be related to your own physical memory. It's a relatively recent issue being experienced across the board, after very fast initial experiences immediately after upgrade.

    There is increasing chatter about such issues across the tech-blogs.

  • Jesus + The Social Outcast

    10/11/2015 6:06:11 AM PDT · 4 of 4
    Prospero to Berlin_Freeper


  • J. Christian Adams: Constitutional conservatives SHOULD NOT support Ben Carson anymore

    10/09/2015 3:27:48 AM PDT · 7 of 20
    Prospero to sheikdetailfeather
    Given the deliberately manufactured and general ignorance of voters, there may be but one sound way of correcting the true egregiousness of the federal Voting Rights Act. Jurisdictions of Section Two and (perhaps only) Five should be expanded to included all the United States.

    If that had been accomplished earlier, such as at any of the opportunities that arose when the Act was renewed, at minimum the most discriminatory and unconstitutional requirements of that law would have, long ago, been tossed out.

    Without an understanding of the Voting Rights Act that most Americans, quite frankly, do not possess it's difficult to fault Americans for failing to understand how it could be wrong. Discussing the liabilities, most of it court-ordered, for staying within the requirements of Section Two or Section Five (in places where Barry Goldwater did well in 1964) presents a high "glaze factor."

    I'll wager neither Dr. Carson not, perhaps worse, have any of his advisors ever been on the liability end of a redistricting lawsuit. I've yet to read a single newspaper account of on-going VRA lawsuits written by someone who understood what they were writing about.

    Give me five minutes with Dr. Carson and I'll bet you just about anything that he could easily be made to understand the dark history and downside of the federal Voting Rights Act. -- The same could not be said of any Republican consultant or reporter.

  • (For Realz...) NPR creates NEW Diverse Confederate Flag.

    10/07/2015 4:32:15 PM PDT · 25 of 26
    Prospero to DeathBeforeDishonor1

    Until such time as the Confederate Congress decides differently, the Third National, a facsimile of which is shown above, is the flag of the Confederate States of America.

    Thank you so much for your interest. Please do not hesitate to let us know whenever you have a thought you would like to share or when you believe I can be helpful in any way.


    Your Confederate Dead.

    Sons of Confederate Veteran members, from left, Ben Holland, John Wayne Holland, Robert Barbour and William Holland stand Saturday, July 6, 2002 at the Hanging Rock Battlefield near Roanoke, Va. Barbour recently helped recruit the three Holland brothers for the organization. The Hollands were accepted for membership because their great-great-grandfather, Creed Holland, was a teamster with the Confederate infantry. (AP Photo/Jennifer Sens)

  • Oregon Shooting Truth Revealed

    10/06/2015 9:39:51 PM PDT · 4 of 9
    Prospero to 100American
    Admittedly, there are some very strange things about this Oregon Event. Not least the incompetence of the administrators and the disgusting new orgy and narrative, ignoring Chicago... that the train massacre-preventing hero in France went to school right there... etc.

    But I'm not sold on the idea that the daesh, IS, ISIL, whatever the cultish tribe "running things" in Mosul is called, was set up by the CIA...

  • Schoolboy error: Kid arrested outside teen shooters school

    10/06/2015 5:08:00 AM PDT · 8 of 8
    Prospero to Eagles6
    Actually, I think they might have sewn in a "plausible" motive that fits a new, more 'inclusive' narrative, since Australia's own peculiar branch, like the rest of the tribe, is so daft about using words like 'terrorism,' especially of the Islamic kind.

    Their all-inclusive shaming frame - when used only against the Right - is 'extremist.' For the whole world's social internationalists this includes anyone from Rock-Ribbed Republican members of the Jaycees to the membership of the NRA.

    That nasty, unconfiscated gun! Did they get its mug shot?

  • "Hello, this is Lenny!" (humor)

    10/05/2015 10:46:35 AM PDT · 11 of 15
    Prospero to Leaning Right
    That was hilarious, precisely what I needed. The classless heavy-breathing and patronizing bitterness just under the surface of the caller was particularly gratifying. And yes, the ducks that Lenny had to care for had me rolling in the floor. I kept expecting him to start going after them with a hammer.

    Thanks for this.

  • 1959 Roseburg Blast

    10/04/2015 10:12:41 AM PDT · 17 of 20
    Prospero to robowombat
  • We Will Have Prepared a Holocaust for the Immigrants

    10/03/2015 8:18:06 PM PDT · 26 of 35
    Prospero to pierrem15
    Anyone with more than a high-schooler's familiarity with the history of Europe, or even "just Poland," has to know the writer is not being far-fetched. It's only human to make categorical judgements with regard to generations, prevailing worldviews, about people's and ruling classes, while ignoring long-term trends, revivals, years like 1848, or other "mules" that upset the apple cart. Such trends tend to transcend single lifetimes, but they happen.

    I don't believe I would have phrased it quite the same way, but I get his point and agree that it is a distinct possibility.

    One reason goes beyond mere history. Modern conservatism, particularly juxta supposed with modern liberal socialism, is aligned with objective reality, with "truth." We need not simply hope that those who have set untruth on the pedestal might fail. They will fail, ultimately. My real irritation is not the descent into a dark age as much as how unnecessary it is.

    The best antidote to globalism and the banality of what passes for "multiculturalism" is nationalism, and the latter does not sleep.

  • Thinking the unthinkable: A case for orchestration

    10/02/2015 10:18:44 AM PDT · 134 of 309
    Prospero to Lazamataz
  • The Cult of Le Corbusier

    10/02/2015 9:29:27 AM PDT · 12 of 20
    Prospero to C19fan
    Thanks for posting this. I had read about the controversy concerning the Le Corbusier "celebration" at France24 a few weeks ago, and shuddered at the erasure of le marais and enjoyed this solid rationale.

    Ted's best observation, in all this (and it's worth searching through Google Earth or just looking over some search results of the examples of his work, with eyes that actually do "see") touches upon the man's autism.

    It's his modern worshipers who demonstrate "real mental illness."

  • Oregon Gunman Identified as Chris Harper Mercer

    10/01/2015 7:12:10 PM PDT · 5 of 13
    Prospero to SeekAndFind
    Check out one of his two "MySpace" buddies...

    Mahmoud Ali Ehsani

    I mean, before we go off touching upon Nazi sympathies...

    My guess Mahmoud is already assisting authorities with "certain inquiries."

  • Chris Harper Mercer identified by CBS as Oregon college shooting suspect (Confirmed)

    10/01/2015 7:07:37 PM PDT · 2 of 59
    Prospero to PROCON
  • Islamic Images (Connected to Oregon Shooter)

    10/01/2015 7:05:20 PM PDT · 88 of 170
    Prospero to The KG9 Kid

    What’s with Mahmoud’s tongue? Is it just some advertising aimed at young females, a transgender thing, or what? The oafish fellow is posed similarly in a majority of his selfies.

  • Luv in the Time of Francis

    09/27/2015 8:31:13 AM PDT · 2 of 3
    Prospero to Sean_Anthony
    not even a passing mention of our Savior Jesus Christ

    Odd, was it not? And though I deliberately missed the man's address to a Joint Session, Rush was understandably compelled to play one or two sound bytes, and the handful of lines I did hear were disturbing, to say the least.

    First, something about the role of Christianity being world peace, recalling for me Jesus and His reminding his apostles that He did not bring peace but a sword, and His discussing why this would be so.

    Then a strange line to inspire inappropriate guilt among Americans for the displacement of aboriginals. From the same office that once divided the "new world" between Portugal and Spain, and authorized slavery among those same original inhabitants.

    But, more than anything, no mention of Christ from His vicar? Was he ashamed of the Lord? Does he actually believe?

  • Will Republicans really appoint such a black-mail rich target as McCarthy to Speaker of the House?

    09/25/2015 9:48:21 AM PDT · 32 of 60
    Prospero to dangus
    Well, well. Now we are allowed to learn why Renee developed her sympathies for Open Borders. She apparently learned to toss aside all borders from the liberal majority leader.

    This will certainly offer the public a rare insight into the divisions in the Republican Party, between the bureaucrat Inside-the-Beltway administrators and the taxpayers.

  • 13,000 miles in VW bus: Argentine family arrives in Philly to see Pope

    09/24/2015 4:30:53 PM PDT · 33 of 87
    Prospero to LukeL
    I wonder how they got past the Darien Gap?

    You read my mind. That's precisely what I was puzzling over.

  • When Did Carly Fiorina & Vladimir Putin Meet? She Once Spoke Admiringly Of The Russian Leader

    09/22/2015 7:09:46 AM PDT · 8 of 8
    Prospero to McGruff
    I appreciated this, especially since the Legacy Media has totally ignored the connection. A simple denial would go a long way, otherwise she's just making a big noise about Putin, since an investigation into HP laundering money through German fronts, into the pockets of Putin's operation, ostensibly to aid in upgrading the bureaucracy's computers... money which may ended up as walking around money for Putin's silent coup d'état ... happened under Carly's watch. How could she not have, at least, known about it/

    The question has neither been asked nor answered. Did she help put Putin on his pedestal?

    Dirty Money and State Collapse - (Did Carly bribe Putin into Power?)

    CORRECT!V ^ | 7/24/2015 | David Crawford & Marcus Bensmann
    Posted on 8/17/2015, 1:08:35 AM

  • Animated Map Shows the Undersea Cables that Power the Internet

    09/21/2015 1:20:56 PM PDT · 20 of 20
    Prospero to beaversmom
    Yes, I did like the Book. It was very interesting, from the scholarly work on the eruption and its lasting effects on the landscape and the people and for his description of this catastrophe's news coverage, as a first in worldwide interest.

    Keep in on your list.

  • Scott Walker Said to Be Quitting Presidential Race

    09/21/2015 1:15:59 PM PDT · 32 of 456
    Prospero to kristinn
    Tragic. Especially with all the eGOP scattering candidates in the race, designed to help Bush win pluralities (where he can't win majorities) in Winner-Take-All primary contests.

    If Walker is pulling out because of his poll numbers, then why are Gilmore, Graham, etc., in the race at all?

  • Where are the Dead?

    09/19/2015 1:30:58 PM PDT · 13 of 47
    Prospero to American Faith Today
  • Animated Map Shows the Undersea Cables that Power the Internet

    09/18/2015 1:42:26 PM PDT · 9 of 20
    Prospero to beaversmom
    Very cool. Thanks for the head's up.

    Reminds me of that book by Simon Winchester, "Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded, August 27, 1883," where that natural disaster is described in the context of the beginnings of world-wide news communication. People all over the world read and received updates and basic information about the eruption almost instantly, slowed only be the "last mile" of print media.

    Anyone who has researched Napoleon's "100 Days," in 1815 in any depth now knows that Tambora's eruption, at least an order of magnitude more powerful than Krakatoa, occurred only a couple of months before Waterloo, and no one on or around the battlefield had any interest or much information about that catastrophe, though it had a lasting effect on climate a year later, "the year without a summer."

    The difference between Tambora and Krakatoa, though the former was more objectively powerful and lasting in its effect, was undersea cables.

    The world as we know it did not begin with computer-mediated documents and HTML. It began with "What hath God wrought."

  • Dirty Money and State Collapse - (Did Carly bribe Putin into Power?)

    09/17/2015 5:57:06 AM PDT · 15 of 15
    Prospero to Prospero


  • Fiorina's Huge Misrepresentation Last Night Could Injure the Planned Parenthood Debate

    09/17/2015 5:54:04 AM PDT · 61 of 121
    Prospero to scooby321
    I can't believe no one has discuss her response on Putin
    She would refuse to talk to him just send in 6th Fleet after him or Russia.
    How scary

    She said she would build up the 6th Fleet, deploy missile defense in Poland (originally intended as defense against Iran, but...whatever) order joint exercises in eastern Europe and increase active troop strength in Germany... "he would get the message," -and one of many effective strategies.

    In other words, she never said she would send the 6th Fleet after him or Russia... not the same thing, not even brinkmanship.


    she is highly vulnerable with regard to Putin, having been in charge of HP when that company laundered millions of dollars of walking-around money to Putin through fronts in Germany, to help him secure his power. For all her bluster, this is a real investigation going on in Germany right now, and she is wide open to a charge of having helped to put Putin on the throne, as it were.

    Her Rove-composed, hawk-sounding red meat with regard to Putin is more than likely meant to deflect from those rumors.

    See "Dirty Money and State Collapse: Did Carly bribe Putin into Power," FR Post, July 27, 2015

  • Fiorina's Huge Misrepresentation Last Night Could Injure the Planned Parenthood Debate

    09/17/2015 5:26:54 AM PDT · 21 of 121
    Prospero to xzins
    Whether it was misguided or not, you can bet that her "face" applause line directed at Trump will get all the air-play in the post debate condensed news segments.

    She, likely inadvertently, helped Cruz and's upcoming one-man opposition to Planned Parenthood funding, to that segment of the Republican electorate who too easily bought the RNC/McConnell official "but Obama will veto it anyway" excuse.


    09/15/2015 1:24:20 PM PDT · 159 of 313
    Prospero to x1stcav
  • What The Bookies Say About Donald Trump's Chances

    09/15/2015 1:08:44 PM PDT · 4 of 22
    Prospero to SeekAndFind

    Sounds like there’s some real money to be made, since there is no way Mrs. Clinton is going to be elected dog catcher. The only reason she’s running is to keep the Justice Department looking the other way.

  • De Nile's In Flood

    09/12/2015 1:19:01 PM PDT · 6 of 6
    Prospero to CharlesOConnell
    Isn't the Word better translated "the truth shall make you free?"

    Quite a difference when we consider, for example, how one driving force behind the desire of some individuals to join collective mass movements is a flight from freedom, an attempt to escape the responsibility.

  • U.K.'s left wing takes hard anti-U.S. turn

    09/12/2015 1:13:55 PM PDT · 13 of 17
    Prospero to 2ndDivisionVet
    Most Americans, like myself, will fail to comprehend the magnitude of history behind these words, how really different (and for how long a time) Britain's Left has been compared with the Left of Paris, Berlin, and elsewhere on the continent.

    I might express the wish that our Democrats take the same path, but they already have. The Left all over the Western World is at war with their electorates, they would literally prefer to "dissolve" the People and elect another.

  • Why China Plans To Land On Far Side of Moon

    09/12/2015 12:36:12 PM PDT · 33 of 56
    Prospero to BenLurkin
  • James Clapper's 'highly unusual' contact with military official raises concerns

    09/12/2015 12:19:28 PM PDT · 15 of 71
    Prospero to MarvinStinson
    Ah, yes. Mr. Clapper. The diplomatic genius who claimed joining the Muslim Brotherhood was rather like joining the Elks or the Moose, or the Jaycees, or something like that... in front of a congressional committee.

  • Rightwing critics attack Merkel over asylum-seekers in Germany

    09/12/2015 7:29:26 AM PDT · 22 of 27
    Prospero to nathanbedford
    If readers can stand reading the hopelessly biased "narrative" of this FT article, "embracing" Kultur-Selbstmord it's worthwhile reading through to the comments section below, keeping in mind this is FT, generally not popular troll-bait.

    I am beginning to think that the polls they cite showing "universal love" for this insanity are simply false, not puffed, but false. Whatever Merkel is up to, or why, is being morphed into more than an example of common media and liberal ignorance.

    It's blatant manufactured consensus, an act of simple aggression by the Bureaucrat Bourgeoisie against the people. It's a coup d'état, like that of Louis-Napoleon against the French Second Republic in December 1851, disguised as compassionate business as usual.

  • Glenn Beck Is ‘Embarrassed’ that He Ever Supported ‘Clown’ Sarah Palin

    09/10/2015 9:32:02 PM PDT · 29 of 138
    Prospero to 2ndDivisionVet

    He seems to have a touch of a Messiah complex, mercurial. All this flash, airing his hurt feelings in public as he tend to do speaks of a bolt or two missing from his critical judgement faculties.

    We all have feet of clay, the fatal flaw is in never second guessing yourself. Oh, I’m not recommending over-analyzing or dwelling on things. But Glen-Boy probably suffers from a lot of the Adult-Child issues that regularly accompany alcoholism. Meaning, he can get comfortable on top or at the very bottom, but has a real problem being just another in the herd.

  • I've just joined FR, hello

    09/10/2015 8:09:06 PM PDT · 112 of 192
    Prospero to Lucy Hamilton

    Any relation to that other Lady Hamilton?

  • Iran nuclear deal survives: Democrats block disapproval vote

    09/10/2015 3:02:10 PM PDT · 26 of 99
    Prospero to Mariner
    Yes, indeed. Though, it will take a minute or two to get past what has to be the most blatantly dishonest and biased reporting I've read in the past few days, and that's a high bar. And since it's AP, that means it will be the headline for every dying secondary newspaper and hourly newscast throughout the country.

    It would be unwise of the Republicans, or even the Democrats, to underestimate the insurrectionary mood they seem intent on kindling. It's past the need for hip boots in this flood of bull. People need a snorkel.

  • Refugees? Or Invasion Forces?

    09/10/2015 8:42:27 AM PDT · 27 of 61
    Prospero to Mr. K
    Just lately, since the stream of refugees swamping Italy for a much longer period - particularly after the U.S. and Europe overthrew Qaddafi (just when he was baring down on the jihadists who have since taken over Benghazi) never seemed to get any media attention - I have had to take not of Turkey's role in all this.

    Among these most recent 100,000 or so (of 366,000 admitted "refugees" arriving in Germany in 2015) are a well-fed, well-educated number over-representing the demographics of Damascus and the Kurds of Turkey.

    They seem to be well-financed, mostly gainfully employed, in Turkey, almost like ants swarming ahead of a hurricane.

    There is very little critical investigation going on, with emotion and reaction from all sides, sampled by some very stupid journalists, quoting politicians who are only a bit smarter than they are (and who think, therefore, that they are geniuses) without many people who asking questions that are designed to understand how this wave represents conditions on the ground that don't "appear" much different than they were two, three, six months ago.

    What has changed, who is paying, facilitating this movement? Why are the Germans and the even the Swedes so protective and seemingly so "welcoming" of these parasites, against the wishes of clear, nervous majorities of their own people?

    Have the bureaucrats who run Europe finally found a way to "dissolve the People," to "elect a new electorate?"

  • Police: Air Force pilot beaten by masked ‘anarchists’ after displaying Confederate flags

    09/10/2015 6:59:26 AM PDT · 14 of 38
    Prospero to zipper
    A band of organized anarchists?

    Yeah... That was kind of a stumbling block for my critical judgement also.

    That these circle-jerkers felt that physically attacking an officially dehumanized, state-proscribed symbol-baring person in this fashion proves that they are NOT anarchists. They are a particularly heinous kind of useful idiot, as crazy as peach orchard boars.

  • Safety Concerns Emerge Along World-Famous Pilgrimage Route

    09/07/2015 10:31:43 AM PDT · 5 of 7
    Prospero to billorites
    Santiago de Compostela - Cathedral Main Facade

    And here's a look at the plaza where they confidently report she didn't show up, which is interesting even though it also adds nothing to what was known three or four months ago.

    Sounds like a soft target for predators and terrorists.

  • ISIS threatens to send 500,000 migrants to Europe as a 'psychological weapon' (shortened)

    09/06/2015 8:48:58 PM PDT · 41 of 59
    Prospero to gaijin

    366,000 so far. Noticed the Hungarians have refused another trainload, stopping them at the border with Serbia, this time.
  • ISIS threatens to send 500,000 migrants to Europe as a 'psychological weapon' (shortened)

    09/06/2015 6:18:32 PM PDT · 13 of 59
    Prospero to Ray76

    Institutional Memory has now officially fallen to zero.

  • EEOC Sues Star Transport, Inc. for Religious Discrimination (Kim Davis)

    09/04/2015 6:49:58 AM PDT · 7 of 40
    Prospero to TitansAFC
    This is precisely the administration riding on the wrong side of the road, taking both sides of the middle. Are they to accommodate peyote eaters and Rastafarians, would the EEOC sue them for firing drivers who refused to drive without pot breaks?

    What's the difference between what this trucking firm is "accused" of and an airline refusing to keep stewardesses who refused to look after their appearances?

    Is the trucking firm requiring them to drink the alcohol? Were these employees refusing also to deliver pornography?

    They are not even required to touch the stuff.

    The EEOC likely will not prevail, so this is harassment, meant to intimidate the social order to comply with Islam.

  • Own a historic NASA manual featuring 'the worm'

    09/02/2015 9:17:42 PM PDT · 10 of 13
    Prospero to BenLurkin

    For the record, it was none other than Vice President Quayle who insisted on the return to the original logo. Most people do not remember that the Vice President was top banana of the National Space Council. This passes from the days when Lyndon Johnson, during the Kennedy administration, was particularly employed to shepherd the Apollo-Saturn program through Congress.

  • Pamela Geller - Arrest Warrants For Assault, Terror, Hate Crimes (Satire)

    09/02/2015 9:16:01 AM PDT · 18 of 34
    Prospero to Reverend Saltine

    The “satire,” false but true original article some of us were lured into viewing is so labeled.


    08/30/2015 8:20:15 PM PDT · 101 of 116
    Prospero to Alas Babylon!
    Sagging pants is the new long hair...

    Nope. Some of the emotional revulsion this fashion trend inspires, among those, like me, who are repulsed is definitely similar to the long hair or you're square thing, fifty years ago. Some.

    And many of the foolish looking young men caught up in this baboon-like "presentment" thing are behaving this way precisely because it incites.

    And yet there is more to it. It's indecent behavior, dangerous in public because it hinders reaction-time, etc., but what bewilders me is the origin of this ritual. The prisons, and gang-initiation rites. In prisons in America this kind of display says "boy-toy," angling for protection. It says submissive three-geegaw cheap male prostitute. And what's worse, these kids know this only too well, so why do they act this way? To show obedience to a gang-master, which beats a random killing or car-jacking I suppose.

  • Chinese 'Unicorn Woman' Grows Gigantic Horn In Middle Of Her Head

    08/28/2015 6:22:24 AM PDT · 14 of 37
    Prospero to Dr. Thorne
    Well, there goes my breakfast.

    And there goes my morning meditations.

  • Jeb Bush Comes Out Against Encryption (Big Brother Alert)

    08/21/2015 1:47:22 PM PDT · 33 of 34
    Prospero to Enlightened1

    What an incredibly idiotic position. He might as well come out against the tides, or tomorrow’s sunrise.

  • Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King addresses race reports

    08/21/2015 1:33:49 PM PDT · 37 of 46
    Prospero to Steely Tom
    I hope no one who is a regular participant of Mr. Robinson's FreeRepublic has any remaining doubts about the, to put it very mildly, "confusion" of this deservedly obscure individual.

    He certainly has a talent for neutralizing Mr. Soros' copious funding of the #BLM nut-roots.

  • Walker rejects meeting with Black Lives Matter leaders

    08/21/2015 1:29:26 PM PDT · 10 of 24
    Prospero to detective
    A very good move. There's no "meeting" with this nut-roots Soros-funded astroturf (having lately graduated to dangerous, murdering mass movement) without recognizing their false narrative.

    Some people you don't meet with.

  • Immigration Could Get Push From Pope Francis When He Visits the USA

    08/21/2015 1:26:13 PM PDT · 23 of 37
    Prospero to SeekAndFind
    “He’s been clear on our failure to respond appropriately to immigrants and refugees,” Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass.

    I have to wonder whether the Bishop of Rome is aware how repugnant his advocacy is, particularly because he is Hispanic as the Census Bureau puts it, or to match their precision, "Hispanic-Non Black"?

    Is he, indeed, a "prince of the Church" or just your average NGO spokesman, with a higher profile?

    Does his awareness include putting the Catholic mundi at the behest of our Democrats, lowering it to the depths already plumbed by the NAACP, or PP, to name but two previously high-profile organs now reduced to mere auxiliaries of the DNC?

  • Former Sen. Dick Lugar Becomes First Republican To Support Obama Nuke Deal

    08/21/2015 10:22:05 AM PDT · 15 of 49
    Prospero to nikos1121
    Creepy Lugar? The former U.S. Senator?

    Who cares?