Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Real Argument

regarding the Second Amendment, by Kyle Shideler. An interesting perspective even if it is in twitter-ese: 2A debate is heated because its the lynch pin 4 entire natural rights philosophy left has sought 2 eliminate since Progressive era. They have … Continue reading

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Repeating Rifles and the Second Amendment

As written here: Liberals have one anti-gun argument that they seem to bring up just about any time they find themselves in a debate over 2nd Amendment rights, and sadly, a lot of conservatives don’t know how to counter it. … Continue reading

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Bismarck, Trump, and a Belief in God

It has been asserted that Bismarck, the Chancellor of Prussia and eventually of a united Germany, once said that: God has a special providence for fools, drunkards, and the United States of America. I don’t know if the attribution is … Continue reading

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Oppression LARPing

Sarah Hoyt explains. The thing is that children – and LARPers – don’t play at things that are real to them. [snip] The left is playing at being oppressed and being brave resisters because they know they aren’t. They know … Continue reading

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Privilege

The tweet which caused this response is stupid, but this is very nice: “Privilege” is another word for having had good parents, who raised you with good values, who taught you to work hard, made wise choices & avoid bad … Continue reading

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Two, Two, Two Posts in One

Mr Uriasposten’s reputation, for me anyway, as the Danish Instapundit is verified again with these two posts. In this, the first, he is referencing (yet another instance of) the discussion about having to pay for permission to use a TV, … Continue reading

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Social Status

This post came into view at a time when I was reading Scott Adam’s Winning Bigly. A lot of nickels fell, I hadn’t realized how many were stuck. While the left wing continues winning arguments by not even having arguments … Continue reading

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Activism

As seen by Thomas Sowell: Activism is a way for useless people to feel important, even if the consequences of their activism are counterproductive for those they claim to be helping and damaging to the fabric of society as a … Continue reading

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More New Rules

Geez, as of late, if it weren’t for tweets, I wouldn’t have no posts at all. Anyway, the actual topic (Porter resignation) doesn’t really matter, next week it’ll just be different. Worth noting: I thought the lesson of the Clinton … Continue reading

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