To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before

Fifty years ago this week, the US made the first soft landing of a vehicle someplace besides earth. Three years later we landed men on the moon. A remarkable eight year accomplishment started by President Kennedy.

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2 Jun 1966, Page 1 – Redlands Daily Facts at

NASA can’t put men in space any more, but they have gotten quite proficient at tampering with Earth’s climate history.


By contrast to Kennedy, Obama’s eight year long accomplishment was to land a man in the ladies room.


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27 Responses to To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before

  1. Anto says:

    Emblematic of the sad decline of Western civilisation. It will be lucky to last another generation at the rate it’s been (and is being) destroyed.

    • I. Lou Minotti says:

      I think Caesar got it right:

    • Jason Calley says:

      I look forward to more boys dominating girls teams — just because maybe THAT would be enough to make the cursed SJW open their eyes just a little!

      Most people with any sort of reasoning abilities or traditional education can see that the US is like Humpty Dumpty falling off the wall. Personally, I believe that the US didn’t just fall; it was pushed. My theory? Somewhen around Richard Nixon a decision was made that the US was becoming too capable and too uncontrollable by The Powers That Be. The US had just landed men on the Moon and had much of a generation that was growing up with an increasing distrust of The Powers That Be. What do do? TPTB would never want to have a whole ranch of tax slaves leave the herd, and to be a bad example for the other nations of the world. So a decision was made to shutdown the US Republic and as a cultural institution. Do away (bit by bit) with the capability to go into space. Enstupify the young by destroying education. Move the mothers into the work force so that children would be “raised” by strangers. Do away with the last vestiges of commodity backed money, allowing unlimited government waste. Destroy the middle class by destroying the well-paying jobs. Destroy manufacturing capability by moving plants overseas. Lower the quality of television (and public discourse) to the lowest possible level. Demonize the founding fathers and the concepts of natural law. Take vast areas of land and move them into new categories where they cannot be used by the public. Stifle productivity with stunning levels of unintelligible regulations. Run up never-before-seen levels of public debt. Demonize traditional religions, especially Christianity. Allow millions of non-assimilated foreigners into the country. Create millions of citizens reliant on the dole with no chance of productive work. Support and praise women who have children out of wedlock. Glorify all non-traditional sexual roles and habits. Legislate the US Constitution and especially the Bill of Rights out of existence. Glorify all third-world cultures while demonizing American culture. Institute class warfare. Institute race warfare. Institute war between men and women. Parade an endless succession of threats to keep people in a state of constant fear. Turn people into sheep…

      I could go on — but you get the point. Should any reasonable person really think that all that happened by accident, by chance? Should we think that a system that created untold prosperity and freedom for 200 years just suddenly stopped working for no reason? Really?

      Humpty Dumpty was pushed.

      • Colorado Wellington says:


        While trying to understand the origins of the attacks you have listed and the specific importance assigned to sexuality, one is well advised to read up on the history of the Frankfurt School.

        • Jason Calley says:

          Hey Colorado! Thanks for the tip! I have heard of the Frankfurt School but do not have much knowledge of it.

      • Robertv says:

        December 23, 1913, with the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act.

      • rw says:

        Check out Barry Rubin’s The Silent Revolution – as well as works by David Horowitz.

        You’re presenting what I would call a dramaturgical vision of history (as well as a paranoid one). (Along these lines, another book to read is Jon Ronson’s Them.)

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        ”To boldly go where no man has gone before …”

        For the sake of fairness we must acknowledge the revolutionaries and pioneers who did, breaking down societal barriers and often paying the price.

        Luke Irvin Chrisco, aka Skye Oryan, a lifestyle artist and founder of the tantric Goddess religion, stands tall among the men challenging the bigoted bourgeois view of privacy in ladies bathrooms:

        Chrisco first came to the planet’s attention following an incident at the Hanuman Festival in Boulder. A woman stepped inside a portable lavatory and lifted the toilet’s lid, at which point she saw something moving down below. She promptly got the hell out of there and retrieved a guy to take a look for himself — and not only did he also see movement beneath a tarp in the tank, but after he stepped out of the porta-potty, he heard the door lock behind him.

        At that point, the festival’s security supervisor was alerted, and he waited outside the porta-potty until a tall, thin man emerged, wearing a pair of gray sweat pants and a luscious coating of human waste. He ran off before anyone was brave or foolish enough to grab him, but he was arrested a few days later outside Vail during a traffic stop, after being spotted panhandling near a gas station.

        Chrisco subsequently sat down with Fox31, and far from denying his proclivity for eyeballing women during the act of elimination, he actually boasts about it. He says he first came up with the idea while in France — “I just started praising God, as I call it,” he proclaims — and has made a habit of doing so while in Boulder. His favorite peeping spots include the women’s restrooms at a local Target as well as area restaurants.

        A Boulder Police spokeswoman confirms that the cops have now found drilled-out holes in a number of community restrooms, and while they haven’t pinned this disgusting bit of carpentry on Chrisco, the investigation is continuing.

        Meanwhile, Chrisco explains his pastime like so: “It sounds kind of weird, but I would just find my peace and go away — say, ‘Thank you, goddesses,’ and go about my night.” In his view, “Women are the highest creature of the universe — higher than an eagle.”

        Like so many progressive cultural titans, Chrisco was a man before his time. The peep holes he once drilled in ladies restrooms around Boulder have been plugged, he’s practicing his religion in Colorado correctional facilities and even the progressives at Westword are calling him a pervert and a creep.

        But the times are changing. Today, many of his male followers can claim to be of the female gender and follow women and girls into public restrooms unhindered. They should know that without Chrisco’s pioneering work such progressive progress would be unthinkable.

        Luke Irvin Chrisco, porta-potty creep: More charges for spying at DMV, Target

  2. Billyjack says:

    NASA since Appollo has become nothing more than another corrupt bureaucracy more interested in theft than science. Using Hansen as an example, it is populated by mediocre scientists who couldn’t get a job in the private sector.

  3. Andy DC says:

    NASA was a very much loved and highly respected scientific institution by a great majority of Americans during the years that we had a meaningful and successful space program. The bureaucrats and political hacks that followed were able to hide behind that aura for a long time, as they fed their corrupt, self serving junk science to the unsuspecting masses. Now the mask has been taken off the bandits and it is time to clean house.

  4. Another Ian says:

    Re NASA

    Find yourself a copy of “Flying” July 1989 (Vol 116 No 7) and the article “Moonstruck” – particularly the last couple of paragraphs.

  5. mogur says:

    That was a very remarkable accomplishment that Kennedy started, amongst many others.”On June 11, 1963, President John F. Kennedy issues presidential proclamation 3542, forcing Alabama Governor George Wallace to comply with federal court orders allowing two African-American students to register for the summer session at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. The proclamation ordered Wallace and all persons acting in concert with him to cease and desist from obstructing justice.

    The battle between Kennedy and Wallace brought to a head the long, post-Civil War struggle between the federal government and recalcitrant southern states over the enforcement of federal desegregation laws. Kennedy, a Catholic, considered racial segregation morally wrong. As of 1963, Alabama was the only state that had not integrated its education system. From the time of his gubernatorial campaign in 1962 until this day in 1963, Wallace had boldly proclaimed that he would personally stand in front of the door of any Alabama schoolhouse that was ordered by the federal courts to admit black students. In response to Wallace’s rhetoric, Kennedy sent his brother, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, on April 25 to negotiate with Wallace; the talks failed. The Kennedy brothers, having decided that they were dealing with a raving maniac, looked for an indirect solution. JFK appealed to Alabama business leaders and influential politicians to talk sense into Wallace. On May 21 and again on June 5, the U.S. district court ordered Wallace to allow the students to register on June 11. Wallace dug in and refused, hoping to force JFK to call up the National Guard, an act Wallace was sure would infuriate staunch states’ rights supporters and paint JFK as a tyrant. Robert Kennedy wanted his brother to go ahead and federalize the Alabama National Guard and arrest Wallace, but the president feared that such an action would play into Wallace’s hands. So, the president waited for Wallace to make the first move.

    On the morning of June 11, the day the students were expected to register, Wallace stood in front of the University of Alabama campus auditorium flanked by Alabama state troopers while cameras flashed and recorders from the press corps whirred. Kennedy, at the White House, and Deputy Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach, in Tuscaloosa, kept in touch by phone. When Wallace refused to let the students enter for registration, Katzenbach phoned Kennedy. Kennedy upped the pressure on Wallace, immediately issuing Presidential Proclamation 3542, which ordered the governor to comply, and authorizing the secretary of defense to call up the Alabama National Guard with Executive Order 11111. That afternoon, Katzenbach returned with the students and asked Wallace to step aside. Wallace, knowing he was beaten, relented, having saved face with his hard-line, anti-segregation constituency. Three days later, a third black student registered at the University of Alabama campus in Huntsville without interference.”

    53 years ago, JFK issued an executive order that eventually culminated in Barack Obama becoming our POTUS (along with LBJ’s civil rights legislation).

    27 years ago, Ronald Reagan took one of his most momentous actions, signing and championing the Montreal Protocol, an action that reduced many of the substances that destroy the ozone layer. Fortuitously, they also happen to be exceedingly powerful greenhouse gases, as recent studies have shown.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      A 1963 Presidential executive order culminated in a 2008 election?

      An ozone agreement is Reagan’s most momentous action?

      If you ever wonder, mogur, why so many people think you are a hallucinating loon, refer to the phantasmagoria of the disjointed last two paragraphs you attached to your “citation” from the History Channel website.

      • mogur says:

        Well, Well. The last two paragraphs were almost the entire article, since there were only three. And no, I don’t worry about being a ‘hallucinating loon’, since I hear your plaintive cries across the foggy lake. And if calling the last two paragraphs phantasmagorian, is the best that you have to refute me, then I guess you just might think that trickle down economics will ‘someday’ happen. Soon, I hope.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          The last two paragraphs you have added after your edited “citation”, not the article itself. Concentrate.

          I said if you ever wonder, not if you ever worry. Loons don’t and I guessed you wouldn’t either.

          And how does one “refute” an incoherent raving lunacy about culminating executive orders, global warming and the ozone layer? We used to have a guy shouting things like that at the west end of the Pearl Street Mall. I once saw a passerby trying to talk him down from the wall but it didn’t work.

  6. Marko says:

    Comparing presidents Kennedy and Obama must be the funniest thing I have seen for a while. Thanks for the good and loud laugh. LOL.

  7. Eddie says:

    Members only in the Gents, while the Ladies should forever remain a memberless institution.

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