Your Horoscope courtesy of The Immoral Minority.

By |2019-07-20T10:48:29-08:00July 20th, 2019|Categories: Gryphen's Corner|Tags: , , |6 Comments

The best thing about this is that it is good not only for today, but for tommorrow, next week, and really for the rest of your life. 

You’re welcome. 

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This blog is dedicated to finding the truth, exposing the lies, and holding our politicians and leaders accountable when they fall far short of the promises that they have made to both my fellow Alaskans and the American people.


  1. Anonymous July 20, 2019 at 11:09 am

    My sis, RN, “you’ve never worked the ER on a full moon!” GRIN.
    Love ya, Gryph!

  2. puck July 20, 2019 at 2:23 pm

    the moon brings out the worse. for me, it makes me love with great passion, trump and $arah palin!!!! i found myself walking to Alaska once! i tried to go to captain bone spurs rally!! if you see me driving north or east on full moon, have me arrested and put on the psych floor!!!!!

  3. Anonymously July 20, 2019 at 4:12 pm

    Mercury Retrograde is in full swing!

  4. Anonymously July 20, 2019 at 8:15 pm

    Why I helped expose ambassador’s embarrassing cables: Journalist, 19, behind Trump scoop comes forward to reveal his motivation, and his fears he’s being targeted by security services

    • @14 July 21, 2019 at 7:33 am

      ” Home Office Minister Nick Hurd stood in the House of Commons and refused to rule out deploying the ‘full force of the state’ to identify the person who leaked Sir Kim Darroch’s embarrassingly undiplomatic cables about US President Donald Trump.

      I am not the leaker – I am a young journalist – but I did play a critical role in the publication of a story that has reverberated on both sides of the Atlantic.” “As a 19-year-old freelance journalist with a passion for politics, I was looking for a big project through which to develop my career.

      I decided to aim big and investigate how the Civil Service has been preparing for Brexit, including what senior Government officials really think about our impending departure from the European Union.

      There had been repeated reports claiming that Europhile mandarins have been quietly working to thwart the result of the referendum. I just wanted to discover the truth.”
      “Britain’s special relationship with the US has endured for decades, despite many bumps in the road.

      What changed everything was the volcanic rage that the leaked cables provoked from Donald Trump. In a series of fiery tweets, he branded Sir Kim a ‘pompous fool’, a ‘very stupid guy’, and declared that his administration would no longer work with him.

      The Foreign Office was left reeling:
      “Crucially, the publication of the cables gave readers a first-hand insight into how the then Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson launched a failed bid to persuade Mr Trump not to ditch the international nuclear deal with Iran.

      The consequences of that decision are this weekend being dramatically played out with the seizure of a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.

      I believe there is the greatest public interest in informing voters, decision-makers and ordinary people – including Britain’s brave Servicemen and women – of the background to these events.” “Scotland Yard announced nine days ago that its counter-terrorism command had launched a criminal investigation. It was clear to me that they had given in to political pressure.

      Nor could I believe the chilling threat from Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu to newspapers not to publish any leaked cables in future – or face prosecution.

      It was a statement that could have been written in North Korea. I think it is punitive, it’s intrusive and it’s an attack on free speech – something a raft of politicians from Jeremy Hunt to Matt Hancock and even Labour’s John McDonnell agree with.

      What had initially been treated by the Foreign Office as a bit of ‘mischief’ was now seen as a potential breach of the Official Secrets Act.”
      “Press freedom is the most vital freedom because it underpins all the others. When governments allow that freedom to be corroded they undermine the very foundations of our democracy.”

  5. Rick July 23, 2019 at 5:58 am

    Won’t affect my life in any way? Wrong again. As a fisherman, my life is affected by the tides which are affected by the moon and the sun. It also affects when I go clam digging. Daylight which warms our planet and provides plants with the energy to grow comes from the sun which is a star. Also some of the greatest inventions and discoveries of this world have come from the space program which is in place because of our desire to visit other planets.

    There are many ways planets and stars affect our lives. You need to start thinking on a larger scale.

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