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If you don’t die from one thing, you die from something else

I don’t know if I’m yet smart enough to translate the whole article, but it sure looked interesting. It is from El Diario de Xalapa, a Mexican newspaper from the town of Xalapa (Jalapa). Mexico is having its own struggle … Continue reading

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Tangletown Redux

The “predux” (is that a word?). Driscoll via Instapundit posts an update link to a post from James Lileks. Lileks lives in or near Tangletown (I don’t actually know) and did a follow-up. It’s actually pretty interesting because he found … Continue reading

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Tangletown Tirade

A friend of mine sent me a link to a Powerline post, Crime In My Old Neighborhood. While I can’t claim it to be my old neighborhood, I can claim that I know the area and have visited it more … Continue reading

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The Last Free Election?

Don Surber explains: Election theft and the Audacity of Evil. These people were good enough to plan and execute a heist involving 10 million ballots in 11 key states (the six they swiped plus their failed attempts in Iowa, Florida, … Continue reading

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War is Peace

Somewhere Orwell is smiling: “I’m against it. Based on even the words of our own witnesses today, the corruption in Afghanistan is unsolvable, the war in unwinnable, & the strategy is undecipherable,” Gaetz said. At the hearing a fellow from … Continue reading

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Preparedness

Someone notices something: We’ve been told for months there would be a “Second Wave.” We were told that slowing the curve would help prepare for it. We gave in to restrictions, mandates, job loss, delayed medical treatment, killed schools, suffered … Continue reading

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Neighborliness

Update (20201127): The wall (of fraud) continues to crumble: A new analysis of the 2020 death statistics in the United States has revealed that despite the panic over COVID-19, the total number of deaths in all age groups — including … Continue reading

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A Tyranny of the Good – Real Life, Part 6

And from the authoritarian to the even more authoritarian. Steen fra Snaphanen has this article/post, Indifference towards a people by Jens Graae (original below the fold). Indifference to the constitution is indifference to a people. In Denmark today, there is … Continue reading

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Programming

Schlichter retweeted a twitter exchange which started like this: I don’t particularly like having to take my shoes and belt off at an airport since 9/11 but I don’t complain about it. Wearing a mask is nothing. People need to … Continue reading

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Coronamonomania

Update (20201120): Small rewrite. Title change. Emphasis on some items I think I (and others) are glossing over. *** Scott Johnson at Powerline continues to do great work in spite of the frustrating and annoying behavior of our government in … Continue reading

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