Archive for December 2018

Alexander Markovsky exposes the consensus of nonsense about climate change

Alexander Markovsky at American Thinker has a great piece on the forward march of the climate change hoax, Climate Change: The Poetry of Dreams and  the Prose of Reality. I call what’s going on a consensus of nonsense about climate change. Markovsky starts with George Bernard Shaw who once wrote, “The reasonable man adapts himself to…

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Broken Windows Policing Under Attack — Again

It’s not everyday that someone comes up with a great idea that changes things for the better. When it does it’s a wondrous thing to behold. Then comes the inevitable. There will be individuals and groups who fail to appreciate what has happened. A problem was solved but then we find out there are people…

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The point that “Huckleberry Finn” so eloquently made

The point that “Huckleberry Finn” so eloquently made is the moral climax of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn comes in Chapter 31 when the escaped slave Jim is recaptured to be returned to his owner, the widow Miss Watson. Huck and Jim have formed a close bond on the raft and Huck wants…

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How to Win an Argument With a Fool

The task of winning an argument with a fool is risky. Ordinarily you should not argue with a fool because anyone watching can’t tell which is the fool, or may conclude both are. But Jordan Peterson knows how to argue with a fool without making himself look like one. Watch and learn (12 minutes): Here…

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Yes, Virginia There Is A Santa Claus

Yes, Virginia There Is A Santa Claus! You may remember that three weeks ago a teacher at Cedar Hill School in New Jersey told her class of first graders there is no Santa Claus. She didn’t stop there. In fact, she unloaded on the sacred fantasies of six-years olds. She told them Santa isn’t real…

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Brooklyn Judge Rules New York’s Ban On Nunchucks Is Unconstitutional

Brooklyn Judge Rules New York’s Ban On Nunchucks Is Unconstitutional Judge Pamela Chen says the ban on nunchucks violates the Second Amendment. Nunchucks have been illegal in Colorado for decades. The ruling is based on the right to keep them in your home. Whether the state can ban carrying them away from home was not…

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Wyoming Range War — 1892

Wyoming Range War – 1892. The infamous invasion of Johnson County. At 6:00 PM on Tuesday, April 5, 1892, fifty-two men, together with their horses and rifles loaded onto a train in Cheyenne, Wyoming bound for Casper. From there they planned to ride to the town of Buffalo, Wyoming, where they would first murder Red…

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Charles J. Rhone, legendary Wyoming cowboy

                                          Charles J. Rhone first came to the Dakota Territory as a child in 1876. He later became a legendary cowboy and railroad man in Cheyenne. I don’t know too much about his life, and…

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The Rule of Law When Political Issues Are Present

Justices of the US Supreme Court pose for their official photo at the Supreme Court in Washington, DC on November 30, 2018. – Seated from left: Associate Justices Stephen Breyer, Clarence Thomas, Chief Justice John Roberts, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Samuel Alito. Standing from left: Associate Justices Neil Gorsuch, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and Brett…

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Trump Tweets His Response to Tillerson’s Vile Attack

Please take note. Rex Tillerson attacked Trump first in an interview with Bob Schieffer.  Tillerson claimed Trump doesn’t read, is undisciplined, and often has a plan to do things in a way that Tillerson had to tell him was illegal. Tillerson claimed it was difficult working with Trump because he, Tillerson,  came from a disciplined…

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