Stupidocrisy: FBI and CIA credibility


An August poll of 1,335 adults by Technometrica Institute of Policy and Politics (TIPP) indicated 79% of Americans believe President Donald Trump likely would have won reelection if voters had known the truth about Hunter Biden’s laptop—that it was real and not “Russian disinformation,” as intelligence officials aligned with Joe Biden falsely led the public…

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The tale of two citizens

We ought to obey God rather than men

What does former president Donald Trump have in common with a black pastor from Alabama? And what does that have to do with you? In May, Pastor Michael Jennings had just finished up services at his church in Childersburg and went to his neighbor’s house to water their plants while they were away. Another neighbor…

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For a time such as this

Comforting each other

The loud daily din of the news media opining away about the evils of anyone who doesn’t agree with their form of liberalism takes a toll. The constant stream of fake news leaves people with confusion over what to believe. The visceral emanating from the mouths of elected representatives of the people characterizing those who…

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The Farm Chronicles: A baking lesson


My mother’s pies and cakes were something of a farm boy’s dessert fantasy. That buttery crust. Those taste-explosive cherries, apples, peaches—I can remember them all as if I were sitting under the shade of the old oak tree next to the house, gazing over the pastureland with the cows grazing and the horses standing nose…

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Finding Joy in Troubled Times

Bill Wilson

I have been receiving a lot of comments lately from Daily Jot readers. Many have been very encouraging. Others are appalled at the state of affairs in our nation and around the world. Still some are angry and do not want to admit the obvious that is before them. Sometimes it is a good idea…

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Stupidocrisy: Allowing Ideological Subversion

A quote by Yuri Bezmenov

As America’s children return to government schools across the country, parents and grandparents must understand ideological subversion so they can stand against it. In a 1984 interview, former Soviet KGB agent Yuri Bezmenov, who defected in 1970, said that by 1970 the Soviet Union already had infiltrated the US through brainwashing left-leaning people in the…

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America’s deadly identity crisis

Who Am I

On April 6 2009, Barack Obama told the Islamic nation of Turkey at a news conference, “And I’ve said before that one of the great strengths of the United States is — although as I mentioned, we have a very large Christian population, we do not consider ourselves a Christian nation or a Jewish nation…

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FBI insiders and the Trump raid

Application for a Warrant by Telephone of Other Reliable Electronic Means

A document released by the US District Court for Florida’s Southern District indicates that the August 5 FBI search warrant to raid former president Donald Trump’s house was actually initiated in court by an FBI agent, whose name has been withheld from the public. The application for the warrant was signed by an FBI Special…

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The Farm Chronicles: Runaway

A woman

Long before it became fashionable for football players to wear pink during breast cancer awareness month, it was considered less than manly to wear any form of pink, double that on the football field. And this is the back story about the only time I ever ran away from home. It began in September of…

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The tyranny of “democracy”

Congresswoman Liz Cheney

Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) is now former congresswoman. She was the poster child for everything anti-Trump and Wyoming voters turned her out to pasture. Some Democrats and leftists are using it as an example of how Republicans want to end democracy in America. They are attacking all Republican voters, characterizing them as misogynists and racists—their…

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