Monthly Archives: January 2020

Begging the Question

Someone used this phrase in the correct way, which got me thinking that I need to have this “correct way” written down. Interesting topic. In classical rhetoric and logic, begging the question is an informal fallacy that occurs when an … Continue reading

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Epidemics in a Nutshell, Part 1

Update (20200309): I changed the subject to add that “, Part 1″ because Mr Fumento returns. ******************* It’s been a long time since I’ve seen something from Michael Fumento, but this is pretty much how he rolls Don’t buy the … Continue reading

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The Impeachment in a Nutshell

The secret mastermind behind the Democrats’ legal strategy for their impeachment action finally exposed! “We’ve got hearsay and conjecture – those are *kinds* of evidence!” – Lionel Hutz, Esq. Or, to be completely open and include the full context of … Continue reading

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Babies vs Puppies and Kittens

Robby Starbuck points something odd: If Planned Parenthood did to puppies and kittens what they do to human babies, the whole country would’ve united to shut them down a long time ago. Human baby lives matter less to the Democratic … Continue reading

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More Proof

I came to the decision that there must be a God sometime last year and documented it here. Oregon Muse from Ace’s Place comments on the fact that Trump will be the first president to address the annual March for … Continue reading

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MAGAPILL

This site documents Trump’s accomplishments. It also links to a site that documents the promises kept and another site that tracks border wall progress. I have no idea how long this site will last or who even maintains it, but … Continue reading

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US Slave Trade Update

The nice people at Powerline, well, specifically John Hinderaker wrote a nice piece examining the worldwide slave trade from 1501 and 1875. In so doing, one can see the utterly underwhelming role played by the English portions of North America, … Continue reading

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Real Weather, Real Effects, Real Costs

This has been a relatively warm winter hereabouts (upper Midwest, USA), but this doesn’t mean that other parts of North America aren’t getting them some real winter. Canada, western Canada, for example. From Kate at small dead animals. Starting with … Continue reading

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Not a Prom Date

I’m not an activist level pro-life supporter, but I do approve. President Trump is going to make his boldest pro-life move to date when he becomes the first president to ever speak in person at the March for Life And … Continue reading

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The Centennial of Both Prohibition and Suffrage

And the Correlation Between the Two. Yeah, so after kyping a post by that Buck Throckmorton fella the other day from over at Ace’s place, he writes another goodie. It is trendy to mock our country for the puritan futility … Continue reading

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