Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Movie Star Bette Davis


Ruth Elizabeth “Bette” Davis (April 5, 1908 – October 6, 1989) was an American actress of film, television, and theater. Regarded as one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood history,[2] she was noted for her willingness to play unsympathetic, sardonic characters and was reputed for her performances in a range of film genres, from contemporary crime melodramas to historical and period films and occasional comedies, although her greatest successes were her roles in romantic dramas.[3]


Davis’ biological daughter Barbara “B.D.” Hyman released her own damaging tale, “My Mother’s Keeper,” in 1985. It portrayed the actress as a ruthless bully who faked attempted suicides for sympathy.

Hyman released her story on Mother’s Day, just months after Davis underwent a mastectomy and suffered a stroke that nearly killed her.

Kathryn Sermak, who served as Davis’ personal assistant from 1979 until her death in 1989, told Fox News the publication left Davis so humiliated she didn’t want to live anymore.

“It was a huge betrayal,” said Sermak. “Miss D never got over it. Never. You don’t just get over something like that… But that doesn’t mean you stop loving the person. It was so horrible… Even with all of that, Miss D said, ‘She’s still my daughter.’ But it broke her heart forever. You don’t get over that.”

More here.


Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Al Capone on Kindness

Are All Jews Socialists, Progressives, Communists, Left-Liberals, Bernie and Hillary Supporters, Democrats, Marxists? “No!” Says Jewish Professor

Libertarian professor Walter Block, a Jew, is asked in an email about his feelings toward Jews.

Is Dr. Block antisemitic because he detests almost ALL Jews?

Read and decide for yourself.

Lew Rockwell

Are All Jews Socialists, Progressives, Communists, Left-Liberals, Bernie and Hillary Supporters, Democrats, Marxists? No!

From: Robert Ferguson []
Sent: Monday, September 11, 2017 6:53 PM
To: Walter Block
Subject: Anti-Semitism

I have to say Dr. Block, that I have deep feelings of resentment toward Zionist Jews. From Mayer Rothschild to Bernanke and Soros, I have serious problems. I have liked Ben Shapiro for a few years. Wow what a brilliant young man he is. But I just read an article that was linked on LRC in which he said that Yasser Arafat was “the most notorious thug of the 20th century”. What does that even mean? Certainly other men in the 20th century were more thug like and more notorious? Maybe Truman dropping the bomb perhaps? It’s that kind of thing that bothers me. I think you are Jewish, so I am reaching out in need of guidance on this. R.F

Dear Robert: I have great resentment not to Zionist Jews, but to virtually ALL Jews. Why? Because most of them are socialists, progressives, communitst, liberals, Bernie and Hillary supporters, Democrats; ugh. As it happens, I am myself Jewish. I’m not practicing, but I was born to Jewish parents, I was bar-mitzvahed, and when and if the next Hitler comes along, I will be undoubtedly on his list. But I don’t resent ALL Jews. Some of us are leaders in the freedom movement. Just to name a few:

Gary Becker,
Walter E. Block,
Nathaniel Brandon,
Alan Bock,
Frank Chodorov,
Aaron Director,
Michael Edelstein,
Gene Epstein,
Marcus Epstein,
Richard Epstein,
Lanny Freidlander,
David D. Friedman,
Milton Friedman,
Rose Friedman,
Steve Globerman,
David Gordon,
Gary Greenberg,
Ron Hamowy,
Steve Horwitz
Israel Kirzner,
Ludwig Lachmann,
Michael Levin,
Ludwig von Mises,
Victor Niederhoffer,
Robert Nozick,
Leonard Piekoff,
Dyanne Petersen,
Ayn Rand,
David Ricardo,
Howard Rich,
Murray Rothbard,
Aaron Russo,
Murray Sabrin,
Anna Schwartz,
Bernie Seigan,
Arthur Seldon
Julian Simon,

Unhappily, Jews of this sort are if not rarer than hen’s teeth, almost as rare. Not all of these Jews would consider themselves libertarians. The Objectivists would certainly reject this appellation. But, none of them, not a single one, were, or would have been, socialists, progressives, communists, left-liberals, Bernie and Hillary supporters, Democrats, Marxists.

If anyone can add to this list of mine, or correct it in any other way, please do so. Note, I do not include those who consider themselves to be conservatives and certainly not, equally ugh, neo-cons.

The professor’s list omits Laura Loomer. LOL.

Brain Damaged Negro “King of Louisiana” Looking for Job


Retarded Negro Ivan Toney is a college graduate. Which proves how easy it is for a black male to get a worthless college degree today, what with all the social justice warrior professors and all.

You have to give Toney credit. He wants to have a job, but he’s been laid off by the Folgers Plant. Anyone out there willing to help out this go-getter?


As Lacombers are driving home from their daily activities, they might have noticed a “mystery man” walking on the side of the highways and backroads. He’s tall, dark and is usually carrying a backpack and walking quickly.

He’s no mystery anymore. His name is Ivan Toney, a 35 year-old aspiring singer from Slidell.

For the past 12 years, Toney has walked to and from work, without ever owning a car. Occasionally he’ll get a ride from a friend or his mom, but the majority of the time he is seen walking between The Folgers Plant in Lacombe and The Slidell Public Libraries on Robert Road and Ponchartrain Drive. He worked at Rouses near the railroad tracks for years as a lot attendant, and is locally known as the “King of Slidell” or “King of Louisiana” by his friends and family.

Lately, the “King of Slidell” says he’s been having a stroke of hard luck. He recently got laid off from his job at the plant and has been struggling to find steady employment. Finding a new job would be easy for someone as helpful, charismatic and friendly as he, except for one challenge, his main challenge – he lives with permanent brain damage, making it difficult to complete online application processes, and even written applications for many employers. But these challenges have never stopped him from moving forward – in fact, he is considered a walking miracle.

When Toney was a child, he was hit by a car — twice. No one knows for sure if this contributed to his disability, but in spite of his challenges, he found salvation in music. His earliest influence was his grandfather, the great Reverend Joseph Toney, who was a pastor at the Brown Chapel Baptist Church in Amite.

It was there that Ivan discovered what he loved to do more than anything was to sing and uplift the world through music.

He is a product of Slidell public schools, a graduate of Bayou Woods, Carolyn Park, and Slidell High. In high school, he was told that he would not be able to go to college due to his learning disability. This was devastating news to Toney, who loved to learn.

He knew that there just had to be a way for him to go to college. His family helped him find an alternative school within the University of Alabama called the Horizon School. The school was a perfect fit where he could study music in an environment that would support his special needs.

Against all odds, Toney graduated from college. But he didn’t stop there — he went on to pursue postgraduate studies at the LSU School of Music. Toney continues to put in job applications and record music. He has made a few music videos that can be seen on his Youtube channel under his stage name, MC Poison Ivy.

The name “Poison Ivy” came from a friend he met in summer school at Slidell High. He felt like the name had a special ring to it, that he could do something positive for the city of Slidell by making music.

Though Toney still loves gospel music and says his favorite songs are “It’s In My Heart” and “Strugglin’ & Strainin'”, Toney is currently working on a Christmas record and a collaborative album with some local Slidell Police officers about what it is like to be “on the streets” here in Slidell and Lacombe.

After all, nobody knows these streets quite like he does.

There pro-black propaganda pieces are amusing in he way that they portray the Negro as a hero of sorts. I suspect that a company that gives Toney a job isn’t going to get much return for the money, but the article doesn’t get into that. But as charity goes, it’s cheap charity for a white business owner suffering from irrational white guilt.

Toney has three videos on youtube. This was his first. As black music goes, this is not bad at all.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Movie Star William Holden


William Holden (born William Franklin Beedle, Jr.; April 17, 1918 – November 12, 1981) was an American actor who was one of the biggest box-office draws of the 1950s through the 1970s. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1953 for his role in Stalag 17, and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor for his role in the 1973 television film The Blue Knight.

Holden starred in some of Hollywood’s most popular and critically acclaimed films, including such classics as Sunset Boulevard, Sabrina, The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Wild Bunch, Picnic, and Network. He was named one of the “Top 10 Stars of the Year” six times (1954–1958, 1961), and appeared as 25th on the American Film Institute’s list of 25 greatest male stars of Classic Hollywood Cinema.

Holden maintained a home in Switzerland and also spent much of his time working for wildlife conservation as a managing partner in an animal preserve in Africa. His Mount Kenya Safari Club in Nanyuki (founded 1959) became a mecca for the international jet set.[35] On a trip to Africa, he fell in love with the wildlife and became increasingly concerned with the animal species that were beginning to decrease in population. With the help of his partners, he created the Mount Kenya Game Ranch and inspired the creation of the William Holden Wildlife Foundation.[36] The Mount Kenya Game Ranch works to assist in Kenya with the wildlife education of its youth.[37] Within the Mount Kenya Game Ranch, is the Mount Kenya Conservancy which runs an animal orphanage as well as the Bongo Rehabilitation Program in collaboration with the Kenya Wildlife Service. The orphanage provides shelter and care for orphans, injured and neglected animals found in the wild, with the aim of releasing these animals back into the wild whenever possible. The conservancy is home to the critically endangered East African mountain bongo, and aims to prevent its extinction by breeding.[38][39]

Here’s a great moment in Oscar history featuring Bill Holden:

What a class act!

Trump again blames both sides for Charlottesville violence

In spite of signing a Congressional Resolution condemning white nationalism, President Trump on Thursday aboard Air Force One returned to also placing blame for street violence on the Antifa.

We saw him do similar things during the 2016 election campaign. He would talk about how great the Mexican people were in one breath and then in the next get real with telling stories about Mexican crime, gangs, etc.

As Styx notes in the video in a separate post today, Trump’s always trying to keep the competition off balance. It’s a winning strategy. He’s signaling to the base: Trust me. I’ve got your back.

Times of Israel

WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump once again said both sides — white supremacists and those who opposed them — were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia last month, an equivalence that has outraged Jewish groups, Jews in his Cabinet and lawmakers from both parties.

Trump, speaking Thursday on Air Force One as he returned from Florida, where he was meeting with victims of Hurricane Irma, described his meeting a day earlier with Sen. Tim Scott, R-South Carolina, an African American Republican who has been critical of Trump on race-related matters.

“I think especially in light of the advent of Antifa, if you look at what’s going on there, you know, you have some pretty bad dudes on the other side also,” he said when asked what he told Scott regarding the deadly August 12 violence in Charlottesville. Antifa is a loose coalition of leftists ostensibly organized to protect protesters but which has lashed out violently at times at its perceived enemies.

“And essentially that’s what I said,” Trump said. “Now because of what’s happened since then, with Antifa, you look at, you know, really what’s happened since Charlottesville.” he said, apparently referring to clashes between Antifa and right-wing protesters in Berkeley, California on August 27. “A lot of people are saying — in fact a lot of people have actually written, ‘gee Trump might have a point.’ I said, you got some very bad people on the other side also, which is true.”

Antifa represented a small minority of the mostly peaceful counterprotesters in Charlottesville. There were limited skirmishes between its members and white supremacists who were protesting the planned removal of a statue honoring Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Among the 500 or so white supremacists, neo-Nazis and members of the Ku Klux Klan, many were armed and some sought out counterprotesters to attack. Some carried Nazi flags and shouted racist and anti-Semitic slogans. An alleged white supremacist rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing Heather Heyer and injuring at least 20 people.

Trump at the time blamed “many sides” for the violence and said there were “very fine people” on both sides. That caused consternation among his Jewish advisers, including reportedly his daughter Ivanka Trump, his top economic adviser Gary Cohn, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and David Shulkin, the secretary of veteran affairs. It also earned widespread condemnation from Republicans and Democrats in Congress, and from Jewish groups.

Trump later seemed to withdraw from that posture and his spokeswoman said this week he looked forward to signing a congressional resolution squarely blaming the white supremacists for the Charlottesville violence.

There’s a lot of misinformation in the article about what actually happened in Charlottesville. The mean old Nazis most assuredly did not attack peaceful social justice warriors who just happened to be armed and violent, knowing the police were going to stand down.

Trump again shows a willingness to be demonized for telling the truth about the left.

Styx Defends Trump’s DACA Deal (Video)

Here’s a different perspective on Trump’s deal making. Styx argues that Trump will succeed bigly in getting the Wall and cracking down on so-called sanctuary cities by working with Democrats. According to Styx, there will be NO blanket large scale amnesty.

Styx’s fans on youtube aren’t with him on this one.

Here are some sample comments from youtube:

I know he didn’t cuck on the wall Styx. The amnesty will destroy the United States, your libertarian dream WILL die. If we don’t end chain migration and get E-Verify AT LEAST, this country is over. Full stop.

Trump aint a genius playing 4 D chess, you monkey. He´s all Jewed up in the Jew World Order, and does what they tell him, meaning more wars, more immigration while pretending to be tough on it,, and unlimited money printing with no debt ceiling. Open your fukkin eyes.

Styx your crazy. he doesn’t get to lie to his base without consequences.

Every time Trump negotiates with the Dems, he weakens their narrative that he’s Orange Hitler. If they deal with him, they can’t argue that he’s an unreasonable tyrant. He’s normalizing his Presidency, in the public mind.