Monthly Archives: April 2017

Dressed for Church

From link at Instapundit (actually Driscoll) recounting the troubles of a new NY Times columnist, Bret Stephens, he of anti-Trump fame, who wrote a column that expressed a smidgen of doubt about things environmental. A follow-on included this opening paragraph … Continue reading

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Murderous

From the blog post’s headline: Murders in US very concentrated: 54% of US counties in 2014 had zero murders, 2% of counties have 51% of the murders. OK, OK, another screen-grab from Instapundit: But that’s not the only mystery: “When … Continue reading

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Outrage

More or less a screen grab from Instapundit: THEODORE DALRYMPLE on outrage: “Outrage is a substitute for religion: It convinces us that our existence has some kind of meaning or significance beyond itself, that is to say beyond the paltry … Continue reading

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I Did Learn Something

Even old dogs can learn… I really hope that Trump doesn’t bite off on this, for lack of a better term, Neo-Con inspired (maybe the Deep State?) effort to get this country into another war. Or wars. Because that would … Continue reading

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This article is flagrantly misogynistic

One of the comments from an article linked to from a tweet: So an under 15 boys soccer team in Dallas beat the US women’s national team 5-2. In the replies to that tweet comes this: Story: In 2012 the … Continue reading

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Ipse Dixit

That’s (just) how it is. I learned this (and wanted to remember it) from a Powerline post this morning. As a bonus, there is an interesting response to one of Powerline’s resident lefties who predictably tries to re-inflate the Narrative … Continue reading

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A Little Help From Those Sites I Follow

I really like reading/following Kurt Schlichter on Twitter, but as much as I agree with the points he makes in his articles at Townhall.com, I can sometimes undervalue an important point while wallowing in the (enjoyable) snark. I was made … Continue reading

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