So now Kohls, as well



So we have Bud light, Target, North Face, and now Kohls.

All pushing the trans agenda, with Target and Kohls pushing it for KIDS as well.

Each brand thus damaging their sales and reputation.


So where is this coming from. Once is happenstance, twice coincidence, three times enemy action….and now a fourth.

Someone is pulling the strings to make this happen. Target and Kohls had to have their orders in about a year ago for products to be available to put on the shelf today….so this plan had to be in place at least 12 months ago. Add in Bud Light’s stupidity just before the Target debacle, and it seems to be more than a coincidence….

Even yet, neither Target nor Kohls chose to not continue…to not stop and to not put the merchandise and the merchandising on hold (or cancel it completely) even after seeing what happened to Bud Light/InBev. Someone is attempting to push this, and that someone has the power to influence major chains like Target and Kohls….and a plan to make it all happen at the same time. Someone has the ability to force 2 major retailers to keep the push on and try to sell trans merchandise even in the face of the rejection by the public of Bud Light over an ad campaign. Someone to force this even with them knowing how much it would hurt them financially.  (I am assuming that North Face is just “Woke and Stupid”, trying to follow, but there may be something sinister there as well).

I’m not gonna tell ya to put on yer tinfoil fedora just yet, but it is looking more and more like someone (or someones) has not only the intent to push the Trans agenda onto the rest of us, even in the face of opposition, but  the POWER to force major chains to do so even knowing they will face major backlash from their customers and face great financial damage in doing so….. They can’t be stupid enough to not know what was going to happen once the Bud Light idiocy happened. Yet they continued their path.

I cannot believe that the folks running Target, and Kohls got their positions by being that stupid……so even if they are Woke and Liberal, They must have known what was coming…..they must have been forced to continue even in spite of the damage they had to know they would take.


I find that thought scary. Someone has the power to force huge corporations to do things they know will lose BILLIONS….that is real power. What else can they do?

So the truth

is trickling out about the multiple tens of thousands of people killed by the medical establishment because they were unnecessarily put onto a ventilator  during the Covid-19 crisis in early 2020.

Again, we see the fact that the medical establishment failed to practice MEDICINE and instead followed the fashion-of-the-moment in care rather than actually diagnosing and treating individual patients infected with the Chinese virus.

It appears that nearly 50,000 people were put on ventilators even when they failed to meet the criteria for their use….but that was the current treatment trend and so medical establishments just followed it….even though the use of the ventilator was likely more dangerous than the disease itself.

Medical Fashion rather than actual Medical Science.

And they wonder why people don’t trust the medical establishment anymore…..It’s because they have trashed their credibility as badly as the FBI.

To be fair, at the time many doctors said that the ventilators were being overused…but they were shouted down by the medical establishment leaders.

All that hype for a bug that was (for most people) not too much worse than a bad case of flu. Add in the number of people who died WITH covid rather than FROM covid, and I wonder how many people whose deaths were actually excess because of covid.

We’ll likely never know.


On the “Budget Deal”:

No. Just no.

At the very least, keep the limit where it is.

Cut some spending. Go across the board a minimum of 5%.

Then we can talk about where else to cut and other remedies.

Don’t raise the limit even one red cent.

No new taxes either. Just stop the bloat.


Hold the line.




$10 billion

in about 10 days.

Target has, apparently, lost that much money that fast.

Apparently they overestimated the level of support for the gay/trans/LGBT agenda….

I did notice that the local Target store’s parking lot was less than 1/3 full this weekend, where most other parking lots were full or nearly so.

Apparently the Boycott is massive.

More than hot dogs and burgers

More than just an extra day off

More than a parade and a get together.

Today is a remembrance. A day to honor those who gave their lives for the country.

It is about honoring those men and women who sacrificed for their fellow citizens, who died defending a way of life, and idea, a Constitution….

More than just a name on a wall you’ll never visit, or a plaque you’ll never read. People who sacrificed, who are worthy of our thanks.

And, damnit, they deserve better than to be forgotten so that people can have an extra day off. Step up, take a moment, raise a glass. Say thanks.

You can do more, but you really should at least remember. Never ever forget.

What a joke of a racing organization

I mean, you spend all that time, effort, and money to get a car and driver into the Indy 500. Probably over a million dollars just to earn a starting position….


And at the start of the race your car won’t start because it has a dead battery.  A simple dead battery. You’d think that that would be one of the things your team would verify at the beginning of the day of racing. Chargers are cheap, or simply put in a freshly charged new one a few hours before the race. Do they not have a Before Race car preparation plan?  (You know, check tire pressures, oil, fuel,, make sure the windscreen tear-offs are in place, lug nut on each tire is correctly tightened, etc.) A checklist? Or are they just winging the whole thing? What kind of management is there if this can happen?


That simple oversight cost the Rahal Racing team 2 laps….at the start of the race.

There are so many things that can go wrong, things that break, things that just happen. But if you don’t eliminate the things you can, you start out at a disadvantage.

Nothing like shooting yourself in the foot.

Just a third

Most of the monies paid to “Black Lives Matter” went to enrich the founders, their families, their employees, and their hangers-on.  Only 33% actually went to help people. 

Typical Liberal fund raising. Never truly for the folks they claim to want to help….but always large salaries, consulting contracts, “Security” and other ways to siphon off money given by donors that really want to help.


Lucky for me I never gave ’em, a dime. I spent my charity donations locally where the money truly went to people who needed it and were staffed by volunteers.

But that is the way of “Checkbook Charity”.

Unless you live where I do

I’m an ER doctor this is why you should NEVER drive someone to the hospital if there’s a medical emergency

How very….city centric shall we say…. a viewpoint. I suppose that is a plausible answer if the injured person is in a city or other well populated area, with a hospital close at hand and ambulances just around the corner.

Thing is, the average response time for an ambulance is 14 minutes around here. In that time I can be 3/4 of the way to a hospital…..if I am driving at normal pace and not rushing. Likely less than 16 minutes all the way to the ER if I am in a hurry. And that is driving the truck. If I am in the car, what with better tires and more acceleration and much better handling, I can likely cut another 3 or 4 minutes off of that. (I’m not willing to try driving like that on open streets just to find out unless there is an emergency though)

If “time is of the essence”, I can be at the Emergency Room doors nearly before the ambulance will even pull up to the scene of the injury if it happens where I live.

He’s probably correct, in a city, or in a crowded suburb. Not so in the boonies. But that is the thing about “Experts” they only know what they know and that is it. Experts are really smart when it is in their experience….. Not so once something falls outside their narrow window.