Monthly Archives: November 2020

Tangletown Tirade

A friend of mine sent me a link to a Powerline post, Crime In My Old Neighborhood. While I can’t claim it to be my old neighborhood, I can claim that I know the area and have visited it more … Continue reading

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The Last Free Election?

Don Surber explains: Election theft and the Audacity of Evil. These people were good enough to plan and execute a heist involving 10 million ballots in 11 key states (the six they swiped plus their failed attempts in Iowa, Florida, … Continue reading

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War is Peace

Somewhere Orwell is smiling: “I’m against it. Based on even the words of our own witnesses today, the corruption in Afghanistan is unsolvable, the war in unwinnable, & the strategy is undecipherable,” Gaetz said. At the hearing a fellow from … Continue reading

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Preparedness

Someone notices something: We’ve been told for months there would be a “Second Wave.” We were told that slowing the curve would help prepare for it. We gave in to restrictions, mandates, job loss, delayed medical treatment, killed schools, suffered … Continue reading

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Neighborliness

Update (20201127): The wall (of fraud) continues to crumble: A new analysis of the 2020 death statistics in the United States has revealed that despite the panic over COVID-19, the total number of deaths in all age groups — including … Continue reading

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A Tyranny of the Good – Real Life, Part 6

And from the authoritarian to the even more authoritarian. Steen fra Snaphanen has this article/post, Indifference towards a people by Jens Graae (original below the fold). Indifference to the constitution is indifference to a people. In Denmark today, there is … Continue reading

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Programming

Schlichter retweeted a twitter exchange which started like this: I don’t particularly like having to take my shoes and belt off at an airport since 9/11 but I don’t complain about it. Wearing a mask is nothing. People need to … Continue reading

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Coronamonomania

Update (20201120): Small rewrite. Title change. Emphasis on some items I think I (and others) are glossing over. *** Scott Johnson at Powerline continues to do great work in spite of the frustrating and annoying behavior of our government in … Continue reading

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I Don’t Know One Good Thing He’s Done, Redux

The list here is frankly overwhelming, so here’s another that’s still pretty big but smaller than the previous. It was written by someone who really disliked Trump (I think I actually included one of screed against Trump here, but it’s … Continue reading

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A Tyranny of the Good – Real Life, Part 5

And from the hypocritical to the authoritarian. I came across this article from Denmark’s Radio and translated it. There are a couple of interesting items worth noting. If I understand correctly, back in the beginning of 2020, the Danish parliament … Continue reading

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