Thursday, February 16, 2023

Taking Potshots at Red China


Friends, this week's Newsmaker Show, even though it's half as long as usual, addresses a lot of hot-button topics, including the U.S. government's suddenly and suspiciously aggressive moves towards Chinese (?) balloons, the net effect of Nikki Haley's presidential run, the terrible toll of drug overdoses and suicide among our youth, our ongoing battle with inflation, the succession buzz in North Korea, and Mike Pence's legal troubles.

It's no exaggeration to say that, at the Newsmaker Show, we bring you the world! 


  1. Dr.Waddy from Jack: In considering the negative effect the pandemic has had on children, lets look at the effects RELATIVELY recent national traumas had on the children of those days. My father, born in 1921, experienced his family's near destitution in the Depression. I think to him, after that, material well being was fragile and miraculous and I think that was a widespread view. So very many of those kids flocked to the recruiters and to war industries and after winning the war gave their kids true childhoods graced by theretofore unimagined prosperity. In the 30's, when personal emotional upheaval was not given quite the
    degree of attention,tolerance and compassion it is today, they often had had simply to endure and carry their own weight

  2. Dr.Waddy from Jack: The 60s: must have been something bad happening because our boomers sure did get upset about something. Why far too many of them, they got p.o. d enough to trash the country and their parents!Their negativity carries to this day in successive generations and bids fair to engulf us in cultural marxist counterintuitive rot. What's in store from the children of the Covid?

  3. Jack, the world that the Left's bleeding hearts have bequeathed to the rising generation is, ironically, one in which many of them lead lives of not-so-quiet desperation. The bulwarks of God, family, and nation have been foreclosed to them, and in their place have been erected the idols of wokeness and empty pleasure-seeking. The Marxists promised us a utopia. How's that working out, lefties??? Are you experiencing much bliss yet?

  4. Dr. Waddy from Jack: Isn't familial inheritance a no no to commies? Being an inspiring factor in positive living it is of course anathema. Each generation must struggle for itself lest it become complacent, sure. Makes the Kim's dynasty seem a contradiction and we do know how commies seek out societal contradiction for summary dispatch.But I'm forgetting that other commie maxim "some are more equal(equitable?) than others" The well fed Kims fairly radiate the benefits of equality!

  5. Jack, as I understand it, there is even a supernatural element to Kim worship in N.K. What Marx and Engels would make of it all, well -- thank heavens (or hell) they're in a better (or worse) place!