Called It

18 01 2017

Clayton

McCulloch:  No felonies.

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

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





Let’s Be Franks

15 01 2017

Downtown

franks-three

These are the three suspects in the armed robbery of Captain Cherokee Street.

The one on the left is suspected as the Grinch That Stole Christmas five days later.

I’m a little surprised that Franks called the cops instead of social justice mediators and therapists.





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.





Natchul Bidge

10 01 2017

North City

Guardian does the STL, namely the city’s stretch of Natural Bridge, which is supposedly statistically the most violent place in the country.  I don’t know if that’s true, but it is plausible.

And in the article, you’ll read so many of this blog’s familiar themes.  Along with some predictable liberal tropes — It is the Guardian, after all.





Alas, I Know Better

9 01 2017

Downtown

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.





Conga Line of Isms

9 01 2017

CWE

cwe-rtw

Okay, a few quick questions:

(1) This was supposed to be a protest against RTW.  If these people were so interested in that issue, why didn’t they save their effort for when it mattered and relating to the voters that mattered, that being the race for Governor and WCW voters?

(2) Why the CWE?  Are there or will there ever be a whole hell of a lot of unionized employees in the CWE?  Why not in a part of the area where there are, like South County?

(3) And, pray, what do “End racism, homophobia, sexism, transphobia and Islamophobia” have to do with RTW and organized labor issues in general?

They wonder why organized labor issues are getting the shitty end of the political stick these days.  It’s because labor issues are too tightly intertwined with SJW.  You never go full SJW.





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.