Playing with a new camera on the Patapsco River near Baltimore photo
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American Conservative, July 8, 2019 Camera-Shy Antifa Hits Washington D.C. There was a list of “rules” for media covering their antics, which we now know include destroying property and clubbing journalists. By James Bovard Washington’s Pennsylvania Avenue saw two competing protests near the White House on Saturday—a Proud Boys’ “Demand Free Speech” rally, and a […]
American Conservative September 19, 2017 Juggalo Blues: Their Beef with FBI No Laughing Matter Attempt of Left to appropriate clowns’ cause in DC fell short. By James Bovard • September 19, 2017 Credit: Jim Bovard Despite being billed as a showdown of competing political protests and rallies, the only political action on the streets of […]
Here are pics I took of some of the edgier signs from today’s Women’s March, which had a much larger turnout than expected. Some of the protestors seemed a bit testy. Others are belatedly recognizing that the presidency has too much power. update: I have an Flickr album of other photos from the march posted […]
Well, at least in theory. The picture to the left is an experiment – I’m playing around to see what I can do with some of my old quotes. I welcome any suggestions – I’m a novice at this type of finagling.
I was stunned that Maryland voters gave the heave-ho to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown yesterday. Obama’s “Mini-Me” never recovered from his role as the mastermind of perhaps the most disastrous ObamaCare Internet site rollout in the country. Plus, the dude seemed like a rascal from the get-go. OK, so I wasn’t in his victory […]
OK, maybe “maligns” is too strong of a word. The Washington Post has a front page article today on the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, located just south of Front Royal, Virginia. The Smithsonian research facility is on the same turf that was the Beef Cattle Research Station where I grew up. The Post article mentions that […]