Monthly Archives: July 2020

A Fool, an Ideologue, or Both?

I’ve been trying to explain this to people for weeks now. Nice to have someone do for me. Alex Berenson asks Being terrified in early March was prudent. Being terrified in early April was wrong but understandable. But being terrified … Continue reading

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Two Comments Worth Remembering

I squirreled this away a few days ago and didn’t get around to working on it. This morning I was responding to an email gag and I could’ve used this. Jesse Kelly remarks (Update 20201008, Twitter has removed the tweet … Continue reading

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To Recuse or Not to Recuse

Mirengoff is ticked off with the results of the Alabama Senate Republican primary. It’s not an annoyed or irritated or angry ticked off, it’s that sort of shoulder shrugging “sigh”. Why won’t people give real conservatives like himself and Sessions … Continue reading

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Three States Account for 42 Percent of Kung-flu Deaths in America

This article is another of those significant and important pieces in the fight against Kung-flu ignorance. Let’s start with the biggest finding: If these three states [New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts] are excluded, the US suddenly finds itself somewhere … Continue reading

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The Polls

Of late, various organizations have reported on how badly Trump is polling. Wretchard the Cat comments: Punishing or canceling individuals for politically incorrect speech might make the polls less accurate. When Ceausescu began his last speech he thought he was … Continue reading

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It’s Never the Left’s Fault

I was reading a comment to a blog post in which a lefty troll claimed “In fact, Trump has done more to enable and empower the forces of left-illiberalism than anyone on the left“. I was reminded of that great … Continue reading

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