Anthony Bourdain: In Parts Where My Friends are Known, by Davin Michael Stedman

I just watched Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown episode in Lagos, Nigeria as I sipped homemade Hot Chocolate on this cold December night.

Lagos. This is where I will be one year from now. I am not passing up on this opportunity to visit West Africa. I have accepted that invitation.

As I got a . . . → Read More: Anthony Bourdain: In Parts Where My Friends are Known, by Davin Michael Stedman

Another Message in a Bottle Signed, Captain Obvious, by Davin Michael Stedman

I love my friends but I don’t believe them when they tell me this Flynn / Trump thing is a Nothing Burger. This is like if Richard Nixon had the KGB breaking into DNC offices. You know, instead of those Cuban agents Nixon soon wished the CIA would have left for Fidel, to feed . . . → Read More: Another Message in a Bottle Signed, Captain Obvious, by Davin Michael Stedman

Half Stepping is What it Was, by Davin Michael Stedman

There are two things to never ever forget about America: What America is about, and what it’s supposed to be about.

You forget either one of those facts, and it’s dangerous, and so are you. I know it’s ethically and technically back pedaling, but for practical purposes can we just meet in the middle?

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The American that Will Change the British Aristocracy Forever, by Davin Michael Stedman

Watch the Throne. They should name their first son Winston and their 4th son Churchill. Americand Mommas make British heroes.

This is like Barack Obama marrying the Queen and I love it. Never forget Jenny Jérôme.

America f_ck yea. Let’s make some kings.

– Davin Michael Stedman

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When I was a kid, there was just a trifle less f_ckery in the air, by Davin Michael Stedman

Prediction: these driverless long haul trucks are going to get robbed and destroyed in sparsely populated areas.

What are the companies going to do? Man them with security that makes less than the driver? Killer robots are going to be hopefully banned in the battlefield, so I don’t know if Walmart will be able . . . → Read More: When I was a kid, there was just a trifle less f_ckery in the air, by Davin Michael Stedman

There Will be a Dust Bowl in Paradise, by Davin Michael Stedman

The greatest scam of this generation is that the mega-rich are clearly hoarding resources because they know the scientists are right about Climate Change.

But the hustle is that these same people have bought off the Republican Party to create a rule of law that signals this is not the case, while duplicitously deregulating . . . → Read More: There Will be a Dust Bowl in Paradise, by Davin Michael Stedman

Before You Throw Him to the Lions, Take a Look at Who Feeds the Lions, by Dylan Van Keef

“This looks like a trap” – Captain Obvious

Let’s talk PURE STRATEGY. Let’s concede Al Franken is guilty as charged, because he admitted it, apologized, and called for an Ethics probe into himself, where we will be shocked to find out that Al is an otherwise stand up guy and a big supporter . . . → Read More: Before You Throw Him to the Lions, Take a Look at Who Feeds the Lions, by Dylan Van Keef

Squirrel! Dennis Rodman saves the World as The Left Falls for Every Pump Fake, by Dylan Van Keef

The Left is smarter than The Right in this country, but that advantage is nullified by our inability to the recognize the most basic tools of misdirection.

It makes those that recognize these tricks feel hopeless, which is very much the point.

The granddaddy of them all is watching the Right play the ‘Enemy . . . → Read More: Squirrel! Dennis Rodman saves the World as The Left Falls for Every Pump Fake, by Dylan Van Keef

I Do Declare, by Dylan Van Keef

Wouldn’t it be a fairy tale, if Mr. Jeff sessions could get to live for FREE in some of the beautiful public housing he spent his career building?

Retirement is so expensive, he deserves to take a load off and relax amongst his peers playing all kinds of games and activities.

He will meet . . . → Read More: I Do Declare, by Dylan Van Keef

Time Marches On, Compares Gun Regs by State, by Mark Erickson

After a gambler saw his losing streak continue, he then used multiple, modified assault weapons to kill 58 people and wound 546 in Las Vegas on October 1st. The Orange President of the United States of America (OPOTUS) president reacted by saying the issue should not be framed in political terms. I do not . . . → Read More: Time Marches On, Compares Gun Regs by State, by Mark Erickson

Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Moe: If the Killer is White, Trump Lets it Go, by Dylan Van Keef

When it comes to White Terrorism and machine guns, Trump is a real turn the other cheek guy.

If ISIS claims just one of these upcoming White Terrorist attacks just for the sake of trolling our troll President, Trump might go permanently cross eyed.

Guns don’t kill people, people that do nothing about people . . . → Read More: Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Moe: If the Killer is White, Trump Lets it Go, by Dylan Van Keef

The Real Threats to American Democracy, by Davin Michael Stedman

Let me tell you something that Putin understands, that his Soviet predecessors were blind to in their circle jerking Marxist cult:

America was never going to be over thrown by Leftist labor leaders, or beatniks, or hippies, or Black Panthers that took night classes and found out they had the right to bear arms.

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Will America’s North Korea Response Be Informed By History? by Mark Erickson

I came across this passage last night while reading Tim Weiner’s book, One Man Against the World: The Tragedy of Richard Nixon. The next paragraph is verbatim (page 68).

“We tried every operational approach in the book, and committed our most experienced field operatives to the effort to get inside the government in Hanoi,” . . . → Read More: Will America’s North Korea Response Be Informed By History? by Mark Erickson

The Face of Our Modern US Military is an African American Woman, by Davin Michael Stedman

It’s a GIGANTIC lie that Donald Trump supports the Troops and here’s why:

The Face of our modern US Military is an African American woman. When you look at the numbers it’s staggeringly obvious.

African Americans only comprise 13% of our population of the United States. Yet Black Women comprise 30.1% of all women . . . → Read More: The Face of Our Modern US Military is an African American Woman, by Davin Michael Stedman

Oh, We’re All Taking The L Now Homie, by Davin Michael Stedman

I came to a hard realization today. If we are dealing with a people that dealt with losing a War by spending the next one hundred years putting up 1500 cheap statues, there is no way we are going to convince them they were fooled by Donald Trump. Not in our lifetimes.

These are . . . → Read More: Oh, We’re All Taking The L Now Homie, by Davin Michael Stedman

WE ARE NOT YET THE CHOSEN, by Davin Michael Stedman

I am thinking about writing an absolutely chilling Halloween story called THE CHOSEN.

It is an only barely dramatized version of what happened to my friends, but thankfully not my immediate family, as RIGHT WING & RUSSIAN BOTS began to scour the internet for victims. Throughout 2016 I watched as these BOTS zeroed in . . . → Read More: WE ARE NOT YET THE CHOSEN, by Davin Michael Stedman

HOMIE THAT’S NOT JESUS, by Davin Michael Stedman

I think I may have figured out how Americans of Indigenous Eurasian ancestry, such as myself, have confused the Jewish God Jesus with all our lost but only half forgotten Gods of War.

This has something I have wanted to say for quite a while, but this has reached a boiling point. And traveling . . . → Read More: HOMIE THAT’S NOT JESUS, by Davin Michael Stedman

Who Cares About the Troops More? by Davin Michael Stedman

Here’s a question that troubles me, ever more as 45 awkwardly ass smacks the drums of War as a creepy Game Show host that gets to pick the wrong door.

Who cares about the Troops more?

The person that supported sending our young men and women to fight in Iraq or Afghanistan, or the . . . → Read More: Who Cares About the Troops More? by Davin Michael Stedman

Time After Time, by Davin Michael Stedman

I tread very carefully here, but I have been getting…how can I say this?

I have been getting interesting feedback from my conservative friends and acquaintances about what happened in Vegas.

I am not throwing anyone under the bus here (Charlottesville & Nice has loaded that saying with unnecessary imagery).

What I am driving . . . → Read More: Time After Time, by Davin Michael Stedman

There’s Something That Keeps Happening Here, by Davin Michael Stedman

OK I will say this, to put Las Vegas and the firepower we all heard echo in a historical perspective:

As the automatic crack of a machine gun fire rang into my ears at a handful of rounds per second, I asked myself with little practical knowledge of American arms, if that was the . . . → Read More: There’s Something That Keeps Happening Here, by Davin Michael Stedman