Monthly Archives: September 2020

The Curley Effect Revisted

Some time ago, way back in 2012, I wrote something about the Curley Effect. I recently had occasion to use the information in that blog post again. In the process, I came away very impressed by the linked-to editorial that … Continue reading

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Biden’s Returns?

A few days ago, the NY Times, in coordination with the DNC, released info about Trump’s tax returns over the last few years. High dudgeon ensued with journalists (leftists) complaining that Trump is/was too rich, too poor, too clever. Mollie … Continue reading

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Something Interesting and a Smart-ass Remark

In an interesting article, Why are Jews liberal?, Dennis Prager observes: Despite their secularism, Jews may be the most religious ethnic group in the world. The problem is that their religion is rarely Judaism; rather it is every ‘ism’ of … Continue reading

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The news as we once understood it is dead

Via Driscoll at Instapundit, something from Victor Davis Hanson. There’s more commentary at the Instapundit link too. An embargoed and bankrupt Iran is teetering on the brink. Its international terrorist appendages, including Hezbollah, are broke. China is increasingly being ostracized … Continue reading

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Just Waiting

Schlichter explains: The one thing you leftist revolutionary LARPers don’t understand is that there are a lot of people on the other side – that is, patriots – who are even more eager for you dummies to start your revolution … Continue reading

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The Most Difficult Word in the English Language

… well, for me anyway. By the way, what I mean by difficult is that it is difficult to remember the meaning. When learning Spanish, the student is warned about words termed “false cognates”; that is, Spanish words that look … Continue reading

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Uh-oh

Update (20200913): When I have a better link than to merely a tweet, I’ll update this, but… Apparently, as if things couldn’t get any more weird, George Floyd was a snitch. You know, like for the police. I’ve seen no … Continue reading

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We need to have a major adjustment in our thinking

From Jesse Kelly (threadapp link here): [...] if you’re mad at a 17 year old man for going to guard a business from being destroyed, you’re mad at the wrong people. Why did he have to? Why weren’t these violent … Continue reading

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Alinsky’s Rules

Yet another topic I neglected to remember. Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. There are references to this list from the left, but nowadays also from the right because Alinsky knew what it takes to be an activist. Power is not only … Continue reading

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The Coup D’Etat, Part 2

The meme is spreading. From Michael Anton, the author of one of the more famous pieces from the 2016 election, The Flight 93 Election, a new piece, The Coming Coup. Democrats are laying the groundwork for revolution right in front … Continue reading

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