90 Miles From Tyranny : 2014-04-20

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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Girls With Guns

This is what we'd see if Saturn was as close as the Moon.

The crew of Apollo 11 enjoy the traditional steak and egg breakfast before departing for the moon, July 16 1969.

More Awesome Photos HERE

Decoding The Leftist Media Agenda..

Damn Keynesians...

More Stupidity:

Keynesian Economics Is Wrong: Economic Growth Causes Consumer Spending, Not the Other Way Around

How Keynesians Create Jobs...

Margaret Thatcher On Being Free..

More Thatcher:

Margaret Thatcher 1925 - 2013

Interesting Facts: Stockbrokers Are More Reckless And Manipulative Than Psychopaths...

...And Bankers leave them all in the dust.


Interesting Facts...

Morning Mistress

Video: 9 Pulp Fiction Facts For Die-Hard Tarantino Fans

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Midnight Movies: Driving In Ethiopia's Meskel Square, Addis Abeba

Friday, April 25, 2014

Girls With Guns

The REAL Domestic Terrorist..

Blame It On The Wheelmaker...

Never Count Your Chickens...

Before They Are Hatched...

Obama Turned The Land Of The Free Into The Land Of The Freeloaders..

Sorry Ladies....

...For the thrones fans..

Obama to “honor Islam” by visiting triumphal mosque built on site of church in Malaysia

As the world continues to suffer the onslaught of jihadi wars and Islamic supremacist revolutions, Obama chooses to subtly sanction supremacism and savagery with a Presidential visit to a victory mosque.
Malaysia chruch

Will Obama address the oppression of Christian in Malaysia? Will Obama address the persecution of Christians as a result of the law that prohibits Christians from using the word allah for god? A word that Christians in Malaysia have used for centuries. Churches have been set ablaze and Christians mercilessly attacked.

Will Obama visit the site of a burned-down church?

Obama’s unquestioning support for and encouragement of Islam’s jihad and sharia only serves to increase the human toll the brutal supremacism demands.

Malaysia: Obama to “honor Islam” by visiting triumphal mosque built on site of church )thanks to Robert Spencer)

“Religious Adviser to Prime Minister Tan Sri Dr Abdullah Md Zin said it was ‘not common’ for a leader of a superpower to include a visit to a mosque in their itinerary.” But, he said, “there can be no better way for Obama to honour Islam than by visiting Masjid Negara. It will be interesting to know what he has to say about the mosque and Islam.” Indeed it will. But whatever he says, it will almost certainly demonstrate that he has learned nothing since his outreach speech in Cairo on June 4, 2009, despite the spectacular failure of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, the abysmal failure of U.S. forces laboring under his impossible rules of engagement in Afghanistan, and despite the Fort Hood jihad massacre, and despite the Boston Marathon jihad bombing, and 1000 other events that refute his core assumptions. Despite all this, Obama will utter the same platitudes he has uttered before about the marvelous contributions Islam has made to world civilization and to the U.S., and about the need for mutual respect, and about how he will fight for Muslims’ right to observe Sharia provisions and fight against criticism of Islam and Muhammad.

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Top 10 Lost Cities

Humans seem to have a need to imagine the past as grander than the present, and that the ancients had some knowledge we have lost. This has been compounded by archaeological discoveries of important cities no one had known existed. It seems absurd to us, who have the internet to remind us of every fact, that anything so large as a city could be lost. But cities have always fallen into disuse for a variety of reasons, and without a resident population, have been lost to history for centuries until rediscovered. This list focuses on cities which have been abandoned, forgotten (except perhaps by a few people living nearby) and rediscovered later.
Whenever ‘lost cities’ are discussed Atlantis springs to mind. While there is no strong evidence that Atlantis existed outside of an allegorical tale by Plato many cities have suffered the supposed fate of Atlantis – being swallowed by the sea. Pavlopetri was a town of pre-Classical Greece that was settled in the Stone Age and persisted until ~1000 BC. That the site was submerged has given archaeologists a unique insight into life at the time. Other sites have been built over, or plundered for building material, or ploughed over by farmers, but Pavlopetri is uncontaminated. The town was likely submerged by rising sea levels and subsidence of the ground caused by earthquakes. Since sea levels have fluctuated widely over the course of human existence it is entirely likely that other such sites exist in the world’s oceans awaiting discovery.
Cliff palace
The Pueblo people, the Native Americans of the US southwest, are named for the villages (Pueblos) they construct. While there are still vibrant pueblo communities today, the Anasazi, an ancient pueblo society, flourished between 900 and 1200 AD. ‘Cliff Palace’ was constructed in this Golden age of the Anasazi; dendrochronology dates most of the buildings at the site to ~1200 AD. Occupation of the site was short lived and it was abandoned by 1300 AD. It remained undiscovered in the desert, until 1888. While out looking for stray cattle Richard Wetherill, Charles Mason and an Ute tribesman called Acowitz found the site nestled under a cliff wall. Their accidental discovery turned out to be the largest cliff dwelling in North America. ‘Cliff Palace’ is actually a misnomer as the site is more like a village than what we would understand as a palace. While the reason for the site’s abandonment is not certain, the widely accepted theory is that the first of the great droughts, that has been linked to the collapse of the Anasazi golden age, disrupted farming throughout the region.
The Minoan civilization of Crete is named for the mythical King Minos, builder of the labyrinth. There is scant written material left from the Minoans, so we do not know what they called themselves. The entire civilization was largely forgotten until the turn of the 20th century. With the discovery of the great palace at Knossos the glories of the Minoans were rediscovered. Instead of the well known Knossos, I have included a Minoan outpost, Akrotiri on the island of Santorini. Santorini, or Thera, is the home of the Thera volcano. It is now thought that the explosion of Thera around 1600 BC, one of the largest eruptions in recorded history, brought about the collapse of the Minoan empire. The discovery of Akrotiri, in 1967, brought to light exceptionally well preserved frescos, homes up to three stories high, and a complex planned settlement. The water supply system suggests the people of Akrotiri had access to running hot and cold water, with the hot water provided by the very volcano which would destroy them.
Templo De Tikal
The Mayan city of Tikal was once the capital city of a Mayan kingdom and a major city of the New World. The site was occupied from ~200-900 AD. Thanks to the almost perfect preservation of the city much is known about the grandeur of Tikal at its height, as well as the powerful kings who ruled there. While the site is sometimes – like other New World ruins – listed as ‘mysteriously’ abandoned, research is showing that the land could not support the large number of people congregating in the city. Abandonment occurred over a number of years and the city was left for the jungles to grow over. It seems, however, that some locals knew of its existence during those years, for rumors of a lost city in the area persisted. The first organized expedition found the city in 1848. What they found was one of the largest surviving New World archaeological sites. There are pyramids up to 70m high, royal palaces, monumental stele and a playing arena for the Mayan ball game.
Timgad, or Colonia Marciana Ulpia Traiana Thamugadi to Latinists, is the archetypal lost city from adventure stories. Once a vibrant city founded in the desert on the orders of the emperor Trajan it survived the upheavals of the empire and grew to a large trading city. After being sacked in the 5th century it was reborn as a center of Christian life. A second major sacking in the 7th century by Vandals led to the complete abandonment of the city. That is when the sands of the Sahara covered the site and preserved the city until its rediscovery, in 1881. Now the ruins of the city give a brilliant insight into Roman cities of the African provinces. The streets follow a perfect grid, as you would expect from a city built to order. Today at the site you can see the arch of Trajan, the baths and the temple of Jupiter. The temple is as large as that of the pantheon in Rome, showing the importance of the city. A graffito in the forum reads “To hunt, bathe, play games and laugh. This is life!”

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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Girls With Guns

The Secret Algorithm Of Secret Telling...

Post-Obamalyptic Amerika

After declaring martial law and declaring himself Emperor of Amerika, the great tyrant Obama set upon his enemies with the genocide weapon called the EricHolder. The EricHolder exterminated entire suburbs with glee until the patriot forces slayed the evil EricHolder weapon which unleashed a stench so foul, the earth beneath the battle would remain barren and diseased for 100 years.

The patriot forces now gathered as survivors from every state made their way to the great final battle in the Demonic City and the assault on the Dark House where the tyrant Obama and his deniers of freedom brigade lay in wait...

More Scenes From Our Dystopian Future:

Post Obamalyptic Amerika..

More Graphic Art HERE

Some SteamPunk HERE

Hot Anime Girls with Guns HERE

Rule 5 Girls HERE

Interesting Facts..

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Detroit Window Sticker...

Detroit You Say?

Detroit Addresses Its Biggest Problem: George Zimmerman



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The Other McCain 

American Power 

Theo Spark 

Bearing Arms 

Proof Positive 

Matt Walsh  

Maggies Notebook

The Lonely Conservative 


Pirates Cove 


I Own the World 

Doug Ross 

90 Miles From Tyranny 

Blazing Cat Fur 

Camp of the Saints 

Conservative Hideout 

Daniel Greenfield 

I’m 41 

Intellectual Froglegs 

Political Clown Parade 

Reaganite Republican Resistance 

The Right Scoop 

Weasel Zippers 

Blackmailers Don’t Shoot