[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
Oof, lot’s of links and quotes to remember. So, how did it get here… (Wayne’s World squiggly screen)… It all started, like so many other link trips, with Driscoll. He was collating a bunch of links in service to the … Continue reading