[Update 20150128] I guess this means my concerns about fascism are overblown. No, no, I don’t think so. *** In an article by the always perceptive Megan McArdle, Uncle Sam Is Coming After Your Savings, she writes: As I observed … Continue reading
There is more than one way to burn a book From Driscoll.
Lost access, then lost interest, then it took a while to get back to remembering and cherishing. There’s lots of things worth remembering, let’s see if this continues. From this article on NRO someone commented: If human beings are to … Continue reading
From Watts Up With That?, a long running post regarding the fiasco going on in Antarctica (by the way, this story is so rich in stupidity, a trip to the site itself is worthwhile; for example, apparently a big reason … Continue reading
Heh: A “Pecksniff,” is a hypocritically benevolent; sanctimonious person of sneering meign after Seth Pecksniff, a character in Dickens’ Martin Chuzzlewit. The nation is, of course, currrently suffering a plague of pecksniffs which ooze across our landscape from the central … Continue reading
Small Dead Animals is, like Ace, one of the more perceptive sites; it is also a site that has a knack for creating memes. Once created, I have not found the site to be very good at referencing the origins … Continue reading
From a post on Hot Air dealing with a topic that I don’t – or didn’t – think I had any interest in. And so, if you own a flower shop and — because of your religious convictions — decline … Continue reading
From Ace. In essence: and yet, after the dust settles, they always seem to be of the Left.
Kwanzaa is a fraud. Nobody ever ennobled a people with a lie or restored stolen dignity through fraud. Kwanzaa is the ultimate chump holiday — Jim Crow with a false and festive wardrobe. It praises practices — “cooperative economics, and … Continue reading