Monthly Archives: January 2016

What Happened to the European Men?

I love reading Snaphanen; when the onwer goes on a rant, it is always a great read. This one is no different. I’ve translated it; the original has a visual as well as a Norwegian video with English subtitles. The … Continue reading

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Look to the State for your Safety

Full credit from source.

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So True

Donald Douglas mentions one of the, if not the worst thing about Trump’s candidacy: his followers. The tweets Dana Loesch’s received for coming out against Trump in National Review are pathetic. Days, weeks, months from now, they won’t be available … Continue reading

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Eric Cartman Laughs at Your Bullshit

Click me. …so many uses for this nowadays.

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Live Aid

I always thought that Live Aid and it’s copycats (Farm Aid comes to mind) were, well, meh. The smug, self-congratulations smelled bad, the, for lack of a better term, “then what?” aspect of raising money to “solve” an imprecisely defined … Continue reading

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Written Without Irony

What the libertarian tech-sphere has become (h/t Instapundit): Ironically, to maintain its position as a platform for free discourse, Twitter must censor its users. Ironically, the author’s use of “Ironically” belies her discomfort with this policy (see the article’s comments … Continue reading

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This has all the earmarks of a Class A FUBAR.

(update 20160114): Retitled from a comment here. To be honest, the Iranian capture of two “disabled” boats seemed a bit odd. To some who indicate that they know better, it stinks: I rarely pull out my dusty old trident, but … Continue reading

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The Lamest Duck

This article is brilliant: President Obama spent the week defending his proposals to curb gun violence, culminating in a CNN town hall. Think about that. What else happened during the last few days that might warrant a presidential town hall? … Continue reading

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Vetting, Rewards, and NEA Grants

I refer a lot to Instapundit links, which themselves, more often than not, are links to something else. The fact is, however, Glenn R can both both write as well as quip: for example: THEY CAN’T VET TERRORISTS, BUT THEY’VE … Continue reading

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It is a Threat, Not Even Thinly Veiled

The nut of a comment from the ever succinct Alisa here, which links to a post at Bishop Hill that discusses the “clear parallels between fascism and environmentalism”. It also discusses how a (re-)read of Jonah Goldberg’s “Liberal Fascism” should … Continue reading

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