Author Archives: On the North River

About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. New girlfriend at sixty-five. Was a Tea Party supporter. Today a follower of the Last American President to be honestly elected, Donald J. Trump.

Big New Bird

Posted in Photos | 4 Comments


Posted in 2021, Biden Crime Family, Clinton Crime Family, Deep State | 5 Comments

Love the headline.

Political Correctness Run a Duck! The banning of Mallard Fillmore in newspapers across the country is showing everyone where the liberal quack down might lead. Cartoonists ought to be mocking the cancel culture — not becoming victims of it! Apparently, not … Continue reading

Posted in 2021, Can't fix Stupid, Cartoons, When Progressives Attack | Leave a comment

Covers everything since I last reported.

PJ Media via ACE The lead story, and for me the only story for the foreseeable future (barring unforeseen or otherwise major one-off events), is the continuing consolidation of power by the Democrat Junta and the concomitant dismantling of our … Continue reading

Posted in All the News not fit to print. | 2 Comments

First signs of disappointment of Spring.

Posted in 2021, Tongue in Cheek | 3 Comments


Posted in 2021 | 2 Comments

Too good not to share.

Impeachment, it’s not just for sitting Presidents any more! Great news!  Now that the ice is broken with the unsuccessful Impeachment of Donald J. Trump; lets try it with someone that is actually guilty.  Of course we’ll have to wait … Continue reading

Posted in 2022, Deep State, Fuck Obama | Leave a comment

How cold is it?

“It’s so cold that Elizabeth Warren is claiming to be an Eskimo.” 8 Degrees

Posted in Blogbits, Jokes | 1 Comment

Farewell Address to the Nation.

The Networks will not show this.

Posted in 2021, MAGA, Media Bias, President Trump | 5 Comments

Quote of the Year

You have vanishingly little political influence and every thought you spend on politics will probably come to nothing. Consider building things instead, or at least going for a walk.

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