Monthly Archives: November 2015

Narrative Wrestling

From Mr Klavan. The idea behind all this is that the side that wins the narrative will then acquire the power to convince ill-informed Americans that they should… whatever… go on giving tax dollars to Planned Parenthood’s baby-killing mills… or … Continue reading

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… and Then What?

Driscoll on Instapundit links to an editorial in Jewish World Review that complains rightfully about our weak, confused and ‘unable to grasp’ President. “Unable to grasp.” That will be the epitaph for the Obama presidency. When an American president says … Continue reading

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The Train is Fine

I’m not sure who came up with it, but the first time I saw it was at the blog Vox Populi. Originally from an Onion video, the phrase, “the train is fine”, provides a fine retort to dealing the rhetorical … Continue reading

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The Peaceful Majority is Irrelevant

There is a semi-famous video with a rant by Brigitte Gabriel to a question about Muslims. I’ve always wanted to include it somehow, but I prefer to include a transcript. CNS News, bless their hearts, has a transcript of this … Continue reading

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I Am a Jihadist and I’m Tired of Not Being Given Credit

This is so brilliant, so dead-on, I’m posting the whole thing. I hope the author doesn’t mind. It must be incredibly frustrating as an Islamic Jihadist not to have your views and motives taken seriously by the societies you terrorize, … Continue reading

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His Real Enemies

A quote from “the boss” at Maetenloch’s usual cavalcade of great quotes: The other thing people noticed is that Obama gave his typical bloodless “I’d rather be golfing” sort of listless drone about the dead of Paris and his alleged … Continue reading

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John Oliver is a Dick

This is a classic example of why I have this blog: to remember something that I’ll want to recall two days, two weeks, or two months from now. My family was sharing some video clip of John Oliver really “destroying” … Continue reading

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Evil is Dark?

Maetenloch strikes again with a quote from Dennis Prager: Those who turn away from fighting evil need to be aware, that the notion of evil as dark is actually the opposite of the truth. Evil is so bright, that people … Continue reading

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Paris and the So-Called Far-Right

Drudge linked to this; one of those opinion pieces disguised as news. The author makes a number of mentions of how the so-called far-Right is exploiting or will exploit these attacks; implied, of course, for evil and nefarious purposes. Normally, … Continue reading

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Early Comments on the Paris Attacks

Let’s start with Driscoll’s shot-and-chaser: Who knows, maybe this time they mean it. “Hollande: ‘We are going to lead a war which will be pitiless,’” the Washington Examiner, tonight. “French Premier Declares ‘War’ on Radical Islam as Paris Girds for … Continue reading

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