Monthly Archives: March 2018

Civility

I sometimes forget how much I enjoy reading/following Kurt Schlichter. His most recent column at Townhall, Against Fake Civility, also hits the bulls-eye. When the liberals and their squishy-soft allies in Conservative, Inc., start moaning about your dreadful incivility, that’s … Continue reading

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Just Remember

One thing I really like about John Nolte’s articles, is that he always provides links, to backup his assertions. This article, is no different. First of all, the left lies. Easily and often. In the 1980s Democrats assured Ronald Reagan … Continue reading

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His Opponents

I’ve been meaning to write about this for a while, but I didn’t know where to look because search engines are so politically biased in both character as well the primary sources, that it’s far too much work to find … Continue reading

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Social Status, Part II

The previous post, Social Status, now has a follow-on; two, actually. Both are written by the same author, a David Hines. The first, presents the mechanics of handling allies, neutrals, and enemies in modern-day politics. The second, Why Did It … Continue reading

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