Monthly Archives: April 2016

Consumer Advocate

I was looking for the American Airline’s website, when I saw the link to an article about problems dealing with AA. Fortunately, for the consumer, AA was interested in avoiding bad publicity even though the consumer was not aware – … Continue reading

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Modern Progressivism

Kinda like this comment: Modern progressivism is a series of excuses for infantilized adults who habitually make bad life choices and wish to live without any internal guilt or external shame for their actions and wish to continue their self-destructive … Continue reading

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Modern Day Science

This is very good. It falls right in line with the post below. It’s an analysis for which I’ve been looking for a long time: It is always necessary – it is absolutely vital – to carefully distinguish between scientody, … Continue reading

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This Might Be Useful

I’m including the link to give credit where credit is due, but the post/article was uninteresting. It’s this quote I like. Ah, the beauty of progressive call-out culture. It gives anyone on the left a license to be rude and … Continue reading

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Ooh, I Like This

From Vox, a quote from Facebook that reminded me and clarified why I get so strangely ticked off when I “consume” modern media. What we are seeing worldwide, from India to the UK to the US, is the rebellion against … Continue reading

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Blind Squirrel Finds Nut

There was a link on Instapundit to a real, honest-to-goodness intellectual analysis of Trump’s popularity. It was OK. One of the angles investigated was how Trump had gotten so much free publicity because the MSM is looking for “eye-balls”. It … Continue reading

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That Village?

The one that had to be destroyed to save it? Another phony MSM invention. This is hardly [Peter] Arnett’s first slip. As it happens, Arnett makes an appearance in my book Useful Idiots for his reporting from Vietnam. Remember the … Continue reading

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Well, Of Course, What Did People Think Would Come Next?

White nationalism is coming. This brings me to the first and, arguably, the most important lesson [...] about what drives people into the arms of white nationalism: that urge comes not from economic dispossession, nor spiritual dispossession, but cultural dispossession. … Continue reading

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Immigration

A fascinating discussion of immigration that covers an awful of ground. It included this comment which I liked. Sorry, but that comment makes absolutely no sense; it’s a complete red herring pretending to be some sort of argument. No one … Continue reading

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Flint Fiasco

When one looks for information about this fiasco, it is so politicized that little can be trusted. This can. The details of the Flint, Michigan, water scandal are all too well known to require more than a brief summary. For … Continue reading

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