Note to Our Readers

Sorry for not posting anything, lately.  

In Obama’s new economy,  I’m having to work two jobs in order to make ends meet.  Hence, with family and work, I don’t have much time, nor the energy, to post regularly.   And, to make matters worse, Ronin is out of the country on assignment for another month or two.

However, I will attempt to get some posts out this week.

Thank you for your patience with me.



– Dr. Bulldog

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34 Comments on “Note to Our Readers”

  1. Your situation is understandable. Between work and Family my own blog is behind w/ posts.

    • Ditto. Thanks to the government more families are working harder to keep ahead or just break even – both parents working is now too often a norm – as well as one working two jobs. Once upon a time, families could take yearly family vacations in the family car and other activities. As far as my blog, I am focusing more into presenting reasons and elightening folks concerning constitutional law and let the other major blogs continue investigating corruption and scandals. As you know, research takes up most of the time of posting, so as other projects and daily business of life has reduced that scheduling.
      Looking forward for next posting, when possible from either Bulldog or Ronin.

  2. Big Frank Says:

    No problem Doc, I myself did the 2 job tango off and on for 40 years. A lot of ignorant folks asked why my wife did not work, for one I could make in a day what she had to work all week for. The plus was she could monitor and raise the children and take care of her ailing mother and my folks to boot. I feel for those working these days the dollar is worthless, there has not been a real raise since the 1970’s. It seems that our biggest export is jobs and our biggest import is poverty.

  3. Richard the Lion Heart Says:

    I know that feeling my friend my Political Leaders are just as useless here in England. Hence one of our Soldiers being Killed on our own Streets of London

    • tgusa Says:

      The muslims have their allies and you all have yours. As an American observer my disgust is focused on so called western leaders. I reserve the darkest corners of my mind for them exclusively. Eventually we will see muslims from around the world coming to Britain to support their unholy war. On the other hand Britain can count on many Americans to do the same for indigenous British citizens. It’ll be our pleasure. Since the guvmint has decided to take the side of muslim invaders we need to begin forming civilian units to defend our own. These units would form loose working relationships with other like minded groups. We need to all hang together or they will try to hang us separately.

      To paraphrase the words of the immortal John Paul Jones, we have not yet even begun to fight.

      But fight we will, on that there is no doubt.

      • It is amazing to me that the folks from across the sea, once who subjugated American colonists resulting in a war of independence and again tried to change our history in 1812, has become our best ally next to Canada and Australia. I served in NATO HQ in Turkey for 4.5 years, working closely with the UK armed forces fellows and Australian as well – all of which was a wonderful experience and cultural enlightenment for me.
        We may have our jokes between US and UK, originating from the Second World War – but all in all, I respect the folks of England, Wales, Ireland, and Scotland; whose ancestry dates back in our family as far back as William Wallace. Thus, it saddens me to read about the tribulations of the people of England (UK) who are forced to put up with Islamic fascists intent upon global theocratic conquest, destroying the freedoms and liberties that so many suffered and died throughout our combined history to achieve.
        I hope the US, UK, Australia, and Canada can overcome the politically correct, intrusive, and overbearing government we allowed to take shape, by doing just what Richard the Lionheart has so wisely suggested.

        • Big Frank Says:

          I agree, myself I consider the UK as the mother country, from which most of our culture, customs and civil society originated. Most of the freedoms we enjoy today started with the Magna Carta in 1215. Most of us are not going to put up with those precious rights taken away from us without a fight.

        • tgusa Says:

          Well said Mr. Lehman.

    • tgusa Says:

      Western non leaders condemn what they call the extremist method towards the imposition of muslim law. These non leaders advocate the peaceful imposition of muslim law on the rest of us.

      We have heard it time and again from the mindless gallery of western non leaders, not all muslims are the so-called extremists. The methods are different but the end game is exactly the same.

      In the words of Bill Clintons wife, what difference does it make?

      • Big Frank Says:

        I agree it sickens me to see our so called poor excuses for Political ‘leaders’ and ‘esteemed’ elected representatives utter failure to admit the truth and identify the enemy and it’s intentions. It is asinine and foolhardy to fight extremism with groveling, pandering, and billions of dollars in ‘bribes’.

        • tgusa Says:

          The gang that cannot shoot straight vs. the gang that cannot think straight.

          Really, the entire ordeal is embarrassingly pathetic.

        • tgusa Says:

          As we all know violent video games are the root cause of unprovoked muslim aggression. Well wth, that’s as good an explanation as anything else we hear.

          If you listen to certain music backwards while playing violent video games its even worse.

        • tgusa Says:

          I oppose Islamic doctrine on moral terms because she needs me to.

          this song could never play under the flag of islamic sharia.

          • Big Frank Says:

            The followers of the teachings of the prophet could not even begin to understand the concept.

  4. tgusa Says:

    I really despise, Dogma.
    Dogma [dawg-muh, dog] Noun.
    Origin: 1590–1600; Latin / Greek.
    1. An official system of principles or tenets concerning faith, morals, behavior, etc., as of a mosque. Synonyms: doctrine, teachings, set of beliefs, philosophy.
    2. A specific tenet or doctrine authoritatively laid down, as by a mosque: the dogma of the Assumption; the recently defined dogma of clerical infallibility. Synonyms: tenet, canon, law.
    3. Prescribed doctrine proclaimed as unquestionably true by a particular group: the difficulty of resisting political dogma.
    4. A settled or established opinion, belief, or principle: the classic dogma of objectivity in scientific observation. Synonyms: conviction, certainty.

    Try to have an enjoyable Fourth of July despite the dogma. Forget the ROD for a day, just one day.

    Happy fight for Independence day to all, lets do our best to keep it that way.

    • Big Frank Says:

      Happy Independence Day to all, sadly few of our countrymen value the freedom and liberty we still have in this country, fail to realize that it is fragile,and many devious groups and individuals are working very hard to diminish our way of life.

      • tgusa Says:

        I know it doesn’t look like it but we are making progress Big Frank. Just continue to spread the word, we aren’t perfect here but if they don’t wake soon they will awake in a hell they couldn’t even contemplate. These B******s have me living out of suitcases and duffel bags(for the moment), its all hard, all around. But look at what the idiots are debating, the plight and remedy of people who snuck into our country! Every time they do something and we refuse to remain silent and or comply they retreat! In case they haven’t noticed much of the world is on fire. Things are not working out as they had planned. They may control the spin but they cannot control real life.

        Happy 4th! Keep pushin!

        • Big Frank Says:

          I agree the spin and shock of the Socialist Sycophants in the MSM on the situation in Turkey and Egypt is an indicator that they and the political elite in DC do not have a clue. The citizenry especially in these countries are not going to lay down without resistance, they have had a taste of freedom and are refusing to live in countries that resemble religious concentration camps. In Europe and South America the folks are tired of working to build a life only time after time to have the manipulators in the IMF and the World Bank loot them and toss them back into financial chaos. This EU debacle is not going as planned, the dictators at the ‘Throne in Brussels’are in for a rude awakening.

  5. cavmom Says:

    Hi Doc, checking in to see how you and the family are doing. Thinking about you and my favorite Ninja

  6. steve Says:

    Ninja, hope your well

  7. tgusa Says:

    Where’s Doc?

  8. cavmom Says:

    Hey Doc! For some strange reason it feels as if all is going to alright in the universe again. Welcome home!

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