Archive for August 2020

NPR — In Defense of Looting?

Would anyone be surprised if NPR attempted to make a case for looting? AOC says looting is just a way for desperate people to get necessities. You know, big screen TVs and stuff. One might believe NPR does defend looting since it refused to cover any of the video of Democrat thugs beating people, fire…

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Trump Will Make America Great Again — Again

The days when we could say there isn’t a dime’s worth of difference between Republican and Democrat politicians are over. Now there’s at least a trillion dollars worth of difference. From Trump’s acceptance speech last night: “This election will decide whether we save the American Dream, or whether we allow a socialist agenda to demolish…

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Adam Haner beaten to a pulp for being white

  The Black Lives Matter mob puts its cowardice on display by beating a man that is helpless down on the ground. This was a racial attack. The thugs were black and the victim white. BLM actually stands not for black lives, they don’t care anything about the lives of other black people. It is…

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Dr. Fauci’s Rhetoric on Hydroxychloroquine Under Scrutiny by More Epidemiologists

I’ve posted on Hydroxychloroquine twice: If Hydroxychoroquine had been readily used the Covid crisis would be over by now, July31, 2020 My hydroxychloroquine post has been substantiated by an esteemed epidemiologist , August 14, 2020 It appears that more and more Epidemiologists are speaking out against Dr. Anthony Fauci and his political grandstanding against HCQ.  My…

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Conservatives understand liberals; this doesn’t work in reverse

This is a re-post from November, 2014 William Voegeli, senior editor of the Claremont Review of Books [the best one around these days], and author of The Pity Party: A Mean-Spirited Diatribe Against Liberal Compassion, writing today at The Daily Signal: Just before the recent midterm electionsThe Daily Beast’s Michael Tomasky called the GOP “as…

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Is there an afterlife? (an updated version)

No says Steven Pinker, a Harvard psychologist: “Belief in an afterlife is a malignant delusion, since it devalues actual lives and discourages action that would make them live longer, safer, and happier.” I would like to know how he knows so much. Human beings are sentient meaning we feel and perceive things we cannot prove.…

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Why Married Women Cheat

The new reason why women cheat on their husbands by Kim Brooks writing at azfamily.com   “One of the more interesting facts in Esther Perel’s new book, State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity, comes near the beginning. “Since 1990, notes the psychoanalyst and writer, the rate of married women who report they’ve been unfaithful has increased…

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How to deal with a traffic stop and avoid further trouble

Part of the war on cops has to do with traffic stops. Some people want major reform on traffic stops. They are likely people pissed off about the ticket they got recently. One proposal is to hire unarmed citizens to effect traffic stops. That’s just the latest nutty idea by deranged leftists. Traffic stops can…

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H.L. Mencken on Human-Caused Climate Change

H.L. Mencken died in 1956 before all the puffery on global cooling morphing into global warming and now climate change, but this quote tells us pretty much what he would make of it if he were alive today: “Civilization, in fact, grows more and more maudlin and hysterical; especially under democracy it tends to degenerate…

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The Two Fundamental Pillars of Socialism

The two fundamental pillars of socialism are elimination of private property and equalization of wealth. Democrats are having a love affair with the prospect of socialism in the United States. I don’t believe they’ve thought seriously about the consequences of the two fundamental pillars of socialism. Freedom is not at all consistent with the elimination…

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