Monthly Archives: May 2020

Woah, Woah, Woah! Hang On There!

… and right on schedule (following up from the previous post), Schlichter notices “Okay guys, here’s the new memo. The polling is awful. Normal people are not scared – they are disgusted, so we need to change the narrative.” “Wait, … Continue reading

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Performance Art

He sure is one perceptive SOB… in a comment to someone who asks The question is at what point does civil disorder become rebellion? For decades, the Dems have spoken of riots as “uprisings.” As Hinderaker points out, AG Ellison … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Saying This For the Last Three Days

John Gabriel pegs it: MPL’s leadership seems fine with rioting in lower-middle-class areas. If and when riots hit one upper-middle-class gated community, the gov’t will suddenly end them. Not exactly sure what MPL is, MPLS?, but then that’s not what … Continue reading

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Jacksonianism and a Look at People Who Should Know Better

I have written about Jacksonianism before, but this post intends to a bit more. It is based on two other posts, the first is from the Da Tech Guy Blog, Trump, Scarborough, Lori Klausutis, Jacksonian Jujutsu and the second is … Continue reading

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Time to Step Up, Guys

Scott Adams of Dilbert fame comments about Democrat electoral cheating: Why do Republicans think Democrats can out-cheat them with mail-in ballots? That’s a losing mindset. I have confidence that the GOP can out-harvest the Democrats in swing states and compensate … Continue reading

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Twitter and Trump: A Marriage Made In Therapy

I coulda written this. Great post. Long before I thought he might be elected president back in 2016, I kept saying that political science students would one day be studying Donald Trump’s use of Twitter during the campaign. After he … Continue reading

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Remodernism

I just love this kind of thing. This Plague Psychodrama is Peak Postmodernism. Its Retreat Will Lead to Remodern Renewal. Very cool. A virus is ravaging the world. I don’t mean the one hyped in every headline, referred to by … Continue reading

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Better to Reign in Hell, Than Serve in Heaven

This is a fine comment which will lead into another (see link below). I’m not OCD enough to create a link to each of the items below, but they’re all true and/or evident. Well-stated. Knit masks. Politicians breaking lock-down for … Continue reading

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If We Can Save Just One Life

According to this link, some 650,000 were killed by heart disease in 2017. Assuming that number is more or less constant year over year (or a constant percentage of the population), it is somewhere between 7 and 10 times the … Continue reading

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What Comes After Democracy?

Lars Hedegaard has written an interesting piece at Snaphanen that I think is worth translating: Hvad kommer efter demokratiet? As usual, the original is below the fold. A couple of comments as prologue. the Prime Minister of Denmark is a … Continue reading

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