Called It

18 01 2017


McCulloch:  No felonies.

Me, about a month ago:  It’s all a bluff.

A bluff that spun out of control for about a month.

Two Flakes

13 01 2017


DOJ released its report on the CPD today.

All I can say is that if you can find a way to bet or or invest in a higher violent crime rate in Chicago for this current year over last current year, then bet the farm.

I saw on SCC that the DOJ investigators interviewed Michael Pfleger six times but didn’t talk to Garry McCarthy even once.  Now, they’re both flakes, but the difference is that the McCarthy flake actually had police power in Chicago over the range of time the DOJ was interested in.

He Really Is That Dumb

10 01 2017

Grand Center; Washington, D.C.

As the Toast Burns on The Painting:

Lazy Clay filed a report with the United States Capitol Police Department because Duncan Hunter took his district’s painting down.

So, let me get this straight.  Lazy filed a police report over a painting which depicts the police as pigs.

And he expects the USCP to work really hard on and expedite that job.

If Clay is worried about racial injustices and the USCP, he might want to ask them about Miriam Carey.

There are also contradictory stories that Clay has returned the painting to where it was before Duncan Hunter took it down, and that the Congressional Bellcurve Caucus has put it on the wall of the caucus’s own office in the Capitol.  Either way, I do know that Clay told the media that it’s a First Amendment issue, because Confederate stuff.  Of course, those of us who pay attention to Southern heritage issues and politics, we wonder if the First Amendment really exists anymore; hell, I saw on Sab that the Houston chapter of BLM is harassing a store in a Houston mall for selling Confederate merchandise.

Alas, I Know Better

9 01 2017


What’s that you say?

Now, really, you’re putting me on.

But you didn’t do a good enough job.  You’ve got to get up pretty early in the morning to slip one past me, because I know better.

Because I pay attention to Civic Progress and some of these very same public officials or former ones, I know that there’s no such thing as violent crime in the city, that it’s all an illusion that exists only as a function of the inability of the city to annex. You know, they talk about a severe crime spike in the neighborhoods around Gravois Park, except if the City of St. Louis could annex Chesterfield, then there would be no crime around Gravois Park. Furthermore, if there actually is any crime, it’s not cracker’s problem anyway, because it’s almost entirely the criminal ghetto black undertow as both perpetrator and victim.

Like Father Like Son

6 01 2017

Washington, D.C.

His eponymous father was my preferred Presidential candidate in 2008.

Eat it, Lazy Clay.

And also, I’m going to have to see if I can jerk some chains to see why Archbishop Carlson even permitted this.  After all, a Cardinal Ritter student painted it, and obviously, Cardinal Ritter is a Jesuit school under Carlson’s management.  A majority of white cops in St. Louis, and by that, I mean St. Louis City and County combined, are Catholic.

Double Entendre

2 01 2017


Greitens announces several crucial PubSaf appointments today at a newser held at Zisser Tire in Ferguson.

I don’t know how to interpret this.  That it was held in Ferguson could be interpreted as pandering to the black undertow.  That it was held at a business looted and burned twice during the Fergaza Strip Revolutions, in both August and November, could be interpreted as a middle finger to the black undertow.

Damned Because They Won’t (The Other Shoe)

2 01 2017


I hear 60 Minutes last night condemned the CPD for not policing the dinduistans ipso facto white racism.

Perhaps it would be a good idea for a certain news media not to hype and hype and hype and hype what is both local and statistically rare news of cop-on-black homicides to the point of international crises.