In case you haven’t seen it, there is a new pro-feminism video out to promote the selling of tee shirts which decry unequal pay for women and to discourage the crime of rape. Worthwhile causes, indeed. However, four little girls – ages 7 – 9, are used  ( virtually “used”) to carry the message forward with horrific, profane dialogue which includes the “F” word repeatedly (and others).  Just two minutes…Please watch:

Click here: Little Girls Swear Like Truck Drivers To Make A Point About Sexism

The producer is a male person (I assume) named Mike Kon.  In case Mr. Kon’s IQ is somewhere below Neanderthal levels, I have a simple message which he probably won’t understand. Hey Mike:  I have free speech rights too.  Here’s something you might not know. The word F–K means jamming a penis into a vagina for sex gratification. Is this what you wanted these little girls to convey to adult people in your video? If so, please check into the nearest mental institution and seek aid, so we can protect our little kids from people like you. Yes, rape is bad. Very bad. So is raping the moral character of children. So is raping their innocent minds.

I am no prude. The “F” word is a regular part of American lexicon profanity. But we still try to maintain some standards to protect kids from participating in moral filth and depravity. When I hear a seven year-old girl using “F” and other profane words, over and over, it tells me that some adults out there think very little of them. The message is far obscured by the messengers.

The producer is trying to sell tee shirts, but it doing so, he’s violating his own precepts by debasing young females into acts of verbal depravity not only to carry a feminist message, but to make sales at the expense of child profanity. He may not have broken a specific law and he is entitled to free speech, but there are limits, just like there are limits to using the “N” word when publically referring to black people. Here’s the company web page:

Here is their contact information: P.O. Box 8101, Columbus, Ohio, 43215, Ph: 614-600-3254.  E-mail:  Let’s hope their received lots of contacts from all of us. 

One wonders how many times and hours these kids had to practice this routine.  These girls know nothing about laws regarding employment, sexism, equality and inequality. They are simply injected with political propaganda … like a heroin needle in their head…by a child abuser in order to convey a political message.

Mr. Kon deserves, at the least, a class action law suit by outraged parents in the state where this was produced. At best, he should be jailed, but we lack laws to protect kids in this way.

The parents who obviously had to approve and sign-off on allowing their babies to be manipulated and corrupted are equally guilty of horrific parental abuse, and should be questioned and summarily challenged by child protection and welfare organizations. What are we waiting for?

And, perhaps we need to start passing stricter laws toward protecting children from this kind of defacto verbal abuse.

Mike Kon, the producer of this piece of trash is a child-exploiter.We know little else about him.  Here was his quote in that Huffington Post article: 

The video’s producer, Mike Kon, defended the provocative strategy, telling AdWeek: “Some adults may be uncomfortable with how these little girls are using a bad wordfor a good cause. It is shocking what they are saying, but … the big statistic that one out of five women are sexually assaulted or raped is something society seems to find less offensive than a little four-letter word.”

 Perhaps Mr. Kon would like to hear from some of my readers. Perhaps the District Attorney would like to hear from readers as well, or perhaps, the NY Times and Washingont Post, CNN and MSNBC.  

When Kuwait was invaded by Saddam Hussein, G.H.W. Bush said, “This will not stand.” This too, is an invasion of our children’s innocence in the name of partisan politics, and it should not stand. It’s only us … who can make a difference.


It was eight years ago today, October 21st, 2006, that I met a beautiful 13 year-old girl named Esther Muradov. Why is that such a big deal?

Because of her, the Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard, Inc., was born. This non-profit organization was formed to seek and assist exceptionally talented youngsters who have worked passionately toward improving their skills in music and the arts, and to help them realize their dreams. Since being formed, the foundation has provided more than seventy young musical talents with opportunities they may not have realized otherwise, including partial scholarships, music lesson, instruments, and venues in which to perform. More than $55,000 has been awarded in prizes and grants to the most needy of those youngsters. We have held over forty performance recitals featuring kids from ages 9 to 19, and five annual music competitions, awarding $1000 prizes to the winners, and lesser prizes to deserving young musicians and singers. The funding comes from generous lovers of talent within the community. It would never have happened if not for this young prodigy.

On that day in 2006, Esther visited our home with her mother, a piano teacher, to play the first movement from the Vieuxtemps Concerto.  Our expectations were low. She was petite and fragile for her age, but enormously confident as she raised the violin to her chin. I figured this would be a nice little tune. Instead, we were treated to a professional-level concert. Being a fair-to-middlin violinist all my life, I recognized superiority from the first note. My hair rose on my arms. I thought I was in the midst of greatness. By the time she finished her last note, our jaws remained on the floor.

Instantly, I seized the moment to pepper her with questions. Her hopes, her desires, her future ambitions, her idols, anything I could learn about her. She was as articulate as she was musical. She had practiced almost four hours a day since the age of four. She loved her music. Her favorite violinist of was Jascha Heifetz. Her greatest hope was to compete on an international level, and perhaps, one day play in Carnegie Hall.  Her mother said it would be a difficult dream to realize, because they didn’t have that kind of money, and her cheap violin was inferior compared to other advanced violinists from around the world.


We held a fund raiser in a small Rockledge church double-wide with Esther as the star, providing a concert of several wonderful pieces for a small audience of nearly one hundred people, each paying $50 per ticket. I loaned her my 220 year-old Italian violin to use instead of her own. The room was filled. The recital drew standing ovations.

Esther went to Ibla, Italy and competed with the major youth prodigies from around the world, reaching the top of her category. One of her awards was the opportunity to play a recital  — where else? – in Carnegie Hall, New York City. Later that year, we attended her recital as I watched Esther and my treasured violin fill the entire room with a perfect rendition of the Lalo Concerto.

Talk about a feel-good moment.

Because of the contacts made through that first recital in Rockledge, Esther was awarded a full scholarship to attend Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, thereby by-passing Rockledge High where she had planned to attend. Fast forward: Esther is now in her senior year in Columbia University and plans to attend medical school next year. I’m sure she’ll be as great a doctor as she is a violinist. She’ll always have her music as one of her life’s enrichments, playing in ensembles and other venues whenever possible.

So, on this eight-year anniversary of first coming to know this prodigious young lady, I wish to thank Al and Sue Giddings of Suntree, who first introduced us to the Muradov family. We’ve also been privileged to maintain a wonderful friendship with Esther’s mom, Pervin, an outstanding pianist in her own right, and her dad, Nazim, a professor of science and talented musician as well.

But most of all, thank you, Esther, for being just who you are. There are many other young prodigies from your community who — as recipients of our assistance — appreciate you being the inspiration for the birth of this foundation. ( To get a video glimpse of Esther’s musicianship, and  other bright youngsters, visit

October 21st, 2006, was a day to remember. At least, for us.

Here is Esther in 2010, playing a segment from the Brahms concerto:   Click here: Esther Muradov – YouTube

Esther with me in 2013:

Me and Esther 2013

Me and Esther 2013


     I am a bigot. I’m an Islamophobe. I’m un-American because I reject outside cultures that hate America yet use American laws and rights for furthering an anti-American agenda. Yes, I’m the bad guy here.

     The following is but a sampling of what is happening in this country, and on the increase. Recent examples of “moderate” and “peaceful” Muslims in America.

     July  2014:  Miami, Florida.  “Moderate” Muslims demonstrate in support of Hamas.  Watch the video:

     Click here: Miami HAMAS ATTACKS Jewish Reporter! – YouTube

     September 2014, New York City, Muslim Day Parade. Including floats showing caged women, a hanged woman, (mannequin) simulated AK 47 and other machine guns, and hatred toward Egypt’s government for rejecting the Muslim Brotherhood.  More “moderate” and “peaceful” Muslims on display.  See photos and watch videos below:

     Click here: Muslim Day Parade in NYC with Hanged and Caged Women! – Eagle Rising

     Click here: ‘Graphic’ Muslim Day Parade displays confuse some in NYC | The FRANCE 24 Observers

     July  2014.  Los Angeles and Boston.  Pro-Israel (peaceful) demonstrations are met with violence by assaults on demonstrators by Muslims.

     Click here: ‘Graphic’ Muslim Day Parade displays confuse some in NYC | The FRANCE 24 Observers

     June 2012, Dearborn, Mi.  Christians are assaulted by Muslims during a pro-Muslim demonstration. See video:

     Click here: American Muslims Stone Christians in Dearborn, MI (Original edit) – YouTube

     August 2014, at the White House. 10,000 Pro-Hamas demonstrators ( i.e. pro-terror) in front of our White House, attack a U.S. Marine who confronts the protestors.

     Click here: Pro-Hamas Protesters Attack Marine in Front of White House | FrontPage Magazine

     Ft. Lauderdale, 2009:     

     This could have been a very long article. But you get the picture.

   Yes, I know there are truly moderate and peaceful Muslims in America.  



While we are fed constant news about ISIS, Ebola and a questionable police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, we seem to have lost interest in what is happening on the Israeli front, where rockets continue to pound civilian targets inside their borders and innocent people keep running for their lives. Hamas must love all the outside world’s distractions as they relentlessly fire missile on top of missile into Israeli civilian targets in the hopes of killing anyone for the sake of killing and terrorizing.

     Nothing appears in American news feed – not easily found anyway – which tells more of the story, as the Obama administration has blocked all shipments of defensive armament support to Israel, our strongest ally (supposedly) in the middle east. No explanation given.  This is reported in the Jewish Press, which is not known for making up false stories.

     So this is where we’ve come.  Not only is ISIS terrorizing Iraq and Syria into an Islamic State, target bombings be laughable, we are giving a lower (or no) priority to our Israeli partner’s survival. This falls completely into the objectives of the Muslim Brotherhood and radical Islam.

     This is a short blog.  The following links explain it all.

     But I have one important message to convey. When you go to the polls on November 4th, please cast votes that will diminish the support and random power of this president who, with two years of unaccountability remaining in his term, could conceivable act as a dictator if he has a democratic senate and congress behind him.  Even if you must hold your nose, vote republican this election. Hold Obama accountable. It won’t happen if Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi and the Attorney General remain as his protectorates. A lot of terrible things can happen in two years.

 Remember: Every action (or non-action) Barack Obama has taken regarding the middle-east in the last five years, has been to the overt and covert support of the Muslim Brotherhood, whose pimrary goal is the advancement of radical Islam everywhere. That is a provable fact. 

Click here: The Jewish Press » » Exposé: US Blocked All Defense Shipments to Israel in Middle of War

 Click here: The Jewish Press » » ISIS Now Has Fighter Jets

 Click here: Rocket Attacks on Israel From Gaza – IDF Blog | The Official Blog of the Israel Defense Forces

 Click here: Hamas renews rocket attacks against Israel as cease-fire ends


If ever there was an example why the Attorney General of the United States should be an elective position, it could be answered two words: Eric Holder.

     Never in the history of this country have we seen the top law enforcement official constantly act as a partisan protectorate of the president. 

     Never has an Attorney General stonewalled congress with dodging questions about one scandal or another, pretending he knew nothing about the IRS targeting conservatives, or Fast and Furious, AP surveillance, and more when they clearly came under his domain, and certainly had to have known and/or be supervised by him directly.

     Never has an Attorney General ever been censured by the U.S. Congress (joined by seventeen Democrats) after receiving a criminal contempt resolution for failing to produce vital documents in the Fast and Furious investigation. This was a deliberate act to obfuscate truth about a serious charge that our Justice Department was selling guns to criminals which ultimately resulted in the death of an American agent. Yet, it was sloughed off and tagged as a political partisan stunt.

     The writing was on the wall shortly after Barack Obama took office in 2009. Holder had barely warmed his office chair when he dismissed of charges against two members of the New Black Panthers for violating federal voting rights laws when they menaced white voters outside a Philadelphia police station wearing fatigues and a billy club. Had the KKK done the same to black voters, they’d still be serving time in Leavenworth today.

     Holder’s then top prosecutor of civil rights cases, J. Christian Adams, resigned in disgust and later testified before the Civil Rights Commission stating, “I was told by management that cases are not going to be brought against black defendants on behalf of white victims.”

     Too often, racial politics raised its ugly head during Holder’s tenure, most egregiously in the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case. The Attorney General went after the white defendant (Zimmerman) for shooting a black teen when the evidence showed that the shooting was an act of self defense. The Justice Department spent tax dollars on organizing biased demonstrations in Florida on behalf of Trayvon Martin, adjudicating George Zimmerman guilty prior to completion of an investigation. The Justice Department twisted arms in the Duval County State Attorney’s office to prosecute Zimmerman at the state level – when his acquittal was clearly imminent.

     In 2014, Eric Holder personally responded to Ferguson, Missouri to steamroll an investigation in support of the black folks, who had prematurely declared a police officer guilty of murdering a black teen, when the facts were still under investigation.

     Holder’s testimony before congress about the root of Islamic terrorism, was nothing more than a tap dance, refusing to associate the term Islam with terror.

     In 2013, Holder told congress he knew nothing about a potential prosecution of Fox News reporter, James Rosen, after Rosen was subjected to a federal search warrant pertaining to a leaked story. Holder approved of the warrant, then lied to congress otherwise.

     In 2012, The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of the telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press (AP). CEO Gary Pruitt described the DOJ’s actions as a “massive and unprecedented intrusion” into news organizations.

     How could the president nominate an Attorney General whose private law firm was had defended 17 Guantanamo terrorists, and then expect him to be unbiased?

     Benghazi, IRS and Fast & Furious are three scandals that absolutely deserved a special prosecutor, much like scandals in the Clinton and Nixon years. But that would not happen when an Attorney General’s primary mission is to protect the president.

     In the states, nearly all (45) Attorney Generals are elected. As such, they are truly representatives of the people, not political lackeys for a governor.  

     The only way to prevent such a tragedy as we’ve seen in the Eric Holder debacle is to change the law. The Attorney General of the United States must be an elected position, not a cabinet appointee. 

Click here: Sixteen Scandals: The Legacy of Eric Holder | RedState


Click here: Did the Justice Department incite the 2012 Trayvon Martin protests? – The Week