Sunday Respite – Blues In My Bottle


I bet a whole lot of people this week have “Blues in their Bottle.”  For today’s Sunday Respite I chose Christian Willisohn ~ Blues In My Bottle. Paintings by Fabian Perez gives us the atmosphere.

I also am including links to this week’s posts below the video in case you missed any of them.

A big thank you for a couple of editors picks this week from Before its news

also to Doug Ross Bad Blue and

Whatfingernews which is giving Drudge a run for their money and always kind to us little folk.

Thanks for all the linky love given to the Bunk here this week by these fine people.

I suggest watching the clip in full screen.


Jeffrey Epstein Deposition: Attorney asks about his ‘small endowment’

(I still can’t believe I posted this…nothing like bringing a little class to the blog..put it down to Epstein burn out!)

Dershowitz’s sexual allegations against him and his strange Laura Ingraham interview

It was a rambling effort by Alan to confront the demon chasing him, but as the saying goes “I think he doth protest too much.” – video.

The Potomac Two Step – See How They Dance

Posted by Mustang.

Since investigations are often politically motivated, it pays to know how to dance.  Raines and Gorelick are excellent dancers; they are but two of a very long list of artful critters and are a couple of examples of just how the dance works.

Jeffrey Epstein was an informant for Mueller’s FBI – Was that the basis of the sweetheart deal?

A must read that sure isn’t getting the attention it deserves.

From the 5/24/18 FBI Vault release: “Epstein has also provided information to the FBI as agree upon.” Is that why he escaped serious charges for molesting over twenty girls? Actual documents.

Pilot logs say Bill Clinton on Lolita Express had underage girls UPDATE

Sarnoff said that ALMOST EVERY TIME that Clinton was on the plane via the pilot logs there were underage girls on the plane. Video

All the times the Democrats said they were against illegal immigration – video

When will Blacks figure out they are being sold out for the Mexican vote? Video of previous statements proving that it all depends how the wind blows in the end.

Other than that all is well in the swamp.



Sunday Respite – Summertime


For today I chose Doc Watson – “Summertime” for my respite. It seems perfect for the holiday weekend. Thoughts of holidays past, with the old “Brownie” camera out to snag a couple of pictures just for the memories. With so much great music out there, I rarely post a tune twice, but I couldn’t resist this one today.

Wishing all of you a wonderful day.

Sunday Respite – Paris, Texas


For today Sunday’s Respite I chose Ry Cooder. A moody and weirdly sad yet enjoyable tune, Paris, Texas from the film of the same name.

I miss America, the open road, the wild west. Walking out to the pay phone, a billion stars in the sky, I need to try and find my way back again.

Yes, I need more blue sky and open road. Easy to forget what it is all about.

Be sure and watch the video in full screen. Wishing you a wonderful day.


In case you missed this weeks posts-

Best moments in debate history! ‘Who am I, why am I here?” Humor

Twitter will hide ‘harmful tweets’ from public figures. Hint: Trump

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg BRAGS About Blocking Pro-Life Ads In Irish Elections

Catholic Church in Scotland defies Pope – No plans on changing the Lord’s Prayer

John Kerry’s Iran family connection Foreign Minister Zarif targeted by Trump

Democrat candidates can’t dream up enough to give away for a vote


Be sure and visit  WhatFingerNews  A great site for all the news.


Sunday Respite – Celebration of the Summer Solstice


This past week the wheel turned once more with the celebration of the Summer Solstice or Litha. It has been an important date since Neolithic times.


As we endured the darkest and longest night around December 21, we kept the vision of summer’s light and bliss in our hearts, and this too keeps hope alive. We understand the cyclical nature of all that lives and our dependence on the balance of light and darkness, life, and death. Midsummer is when all life is at its zenith. We honor life, ours and all that live. We bask in the light and enjoy its blessings, ever remembering the returning darkness is necessary for the cycle of life and death to remain in balance.


Midsummer, also known as St John’s Day, is the period of time centered upon the summer solstice, and more specifically the Northern European celebrations that accompany the actual solstice or take place on a day between June 19 and June 25 and the preceding evening. The exact dates vary between different cultures. The Christian Church designated June 24 as the feast day of the early Christian martyr St John the Baptist, and the observance of St John’s Day begins the evening before, known as St John’s Eve.

Not intended to promote religion, neither is it an educational video as it barely touches on the information and mythology of the Summer Solstice.



In EstoniaLatviaLithuania and Quebec (Canada), the traditional Midsummer day, June 24, is a public holiday. So it was formerly also in Sweden and Finland, but in these countries it was, in the 1950s, moved to the Friday and Saturday between June 19 and June 26, respectively.[5]

The solstice itself has remained a special moment of the annual cycle of the year since Neolithic times. (For Neolithic and Bronze Age astronomy, see Archaeoastronomy.)

In Sweden, Finland, Latvia and Estonia, Midsummer’s Eve is the greatest festival of the year, comparable only with Walpurgis NightChristmas Eve, and New Year’s Eve.

H/T: Full history at Wikipedia

The seed of death in the midst of the peak of life. Hail to the dark side of the year, the portion of rest. Hail to the light side which has passed for another year. May we greet her at the Winter Solstice.


Sunday Respite – “I’ll Be Seeing You”


For all the Fathers out there, a Happy Fathers Day to you. For many of us who have lost our fathers and husbands of our children, it can bring about some sadness, and as well as memories of happier times.

I thought this song “I’ll Be Seeing You” sung by no less than Jimmy Durante, fits the bill for today, soundtrack from the movie The Notebook.

I am including links from this week’s posts in case you missed them.



This week’s posts:

Male athlete who competes as a woman tells how hard it is

Valerie Jarrett: Why Would We Want Anyone to Put Their Thumb on the Scale During Election

Dem Rep Norma Torres is sick of all the ‘sex-starved males’ in the House of Rep

Jim Jordan & Gaetz decimate John Dean during Nadler’s Judiciary hearing

Phila to Ban “Gentrification Symbols” of Balconies and Bay Windows UPDATE!


Great place to find Conservative news!

Sunday Respite – Stardust


There was much news this week regarding exploration of space. It seems fitting to choose something to represent that for today’s Respite.

Todays’s Sunday Respite is Henry Mancini – Stardust

Music composed by Hoagy Carmichael.

I have included links to this week’s posts in case you missed them. You may prefer watching this in full screen. Wishing you a wonderful day.



Less than half of violent crimes are solved in America


New Rules! YouTube Banning anything critical of illegal immigration UPDATE!


Federal Budgets Now Go Secret – Secret Accounting to Hide Missing Money


Justice Dept prosecuted only 11 individuals, no companies in employing illegals


Supreme Gorsuch sides with the left in latest ruling, Ginsburg sides with Consevatives


Was the Government internet ‘Kill Switch’ just tested?



Sunday Respite – Raindrops….falling into my soul



My choice for today’s Respite is “Raindrops … falling into my soul.” I am enclosing a link to this week’s posts in case you missed them.

You may prefer to watch this in full screen mode. Wishing you a wonderful day.



DiGenova and Toensing: ‘FBI Chris Wray has been stonewalling I.G. report’

MSNBC Isn’t Doing So Well

Tina Tchen fighting to quash subpeona in Jussie Smollet case

Iran police arrest 30 in yoga class

Genocide of Christians Reaches ‘Alarming Rate’- No refuge in U.S.

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