Monthly Archives: January 2021

Jonah Goldberg Got All Huffy Today

Don Surber speaks: If Jonah is upset with the state of the Republican Party these days, he has no one but himself and the rest of the frauds in Washington to blame. They spent 2016 trying to bring Donald Trump … Continue reading

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Proportionality

A tweet thread from Leonydus Johnson run through the threader app: Apparently this needs to be explained because people don’t understand proportionality. When it comes to police shootings, BLMers love to look at population disparities while completely ignoring crime rate … Continue reading

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Gamestop and Shorting the Market

I don’t know the origin, but this someone was nice enough to turn it into text. I’ve edited the tweet thread somewhat for readability: I know at least one of my followers doesn’t quite understand what is happening in the … Continue reading

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The Question Kinda Asks Itself

Why do we have public education? A WA teacher’s union president says reopening schools is an example of “white supremacy,” concern over a child’s mental health or suicide risk is “white privilege,” and push to reopen schools is like rioters … Continue reading

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Purely Coincidental, Peon

Charlie Kirk notices something: The day Joe Biden was sworn in, America had the single highest one-day death total 2 days later—Washington DC decided to re-open indoor dining 3 days later—Chicago decided to re-open indoor dining Democrats killed thousands of … Continue reading

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The 30s

Holy hannah, what an interesting perspective. Sure, America has 1930s energy. Not 1930s Germany, though; 1930s France: an on-paper superpower whose elites hate themselves and their people and look at the challenges the world throws up with lies and learned … Continue reading

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Draft Dodger

This is probably worth saving (memorizing, in case it “disappears”). From USA Today, Sept 17, 2020. Biden received five student draft deferments, first as an undergraduate at the University of Delaware and later as a law student at Syracuse University. … Continue reading

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Luxury Beliefs

From The NY Post (via Instapundit): In the past, upper-class Americans used to display their social status with luxury goods. Today, they do it with luxury beliefs. [...] But as trendy clothes and other products become more accessible and affordable, … Continue reading

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Dominion

Powerline has a post discussing the latest (as of today) developments in the “international conspiracy centered on Dominion” accusations. I won’t say anything more than that although I will mention, for at least as long as they are available, that … Continue reading

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Acts of Dominance

I discussed a whole lot of what is happening now and a whole lot of where things are going to go. The original inspiration was written some days before the Jan 6 shenanigans and so is a bit out of … Continue reading

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