Monthly Archives: August 2021

Some Good Questions

…that encapsulate even more – as if it was necessary – why the elites aren’t concerned about the Kung flu. From here Once again, I ask the resident trolls/true believers, if the virus is sooooo deadly, why aren’t: 1. Homeless … Continue reading

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The Ecclesiastical Option

Ecclesiastical: Of or relating to a church, especially as an organized institution. Pertaining or relating to the church; churchly; not civil or secular: as, ecclesiastical discipline or government; ecclesiastical affairs, history, or polity; ecclesiastical courts. There is a large number … Continue reading

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Post hoc ergo propter hoc

Always good to learn something new. Post hoc ergo propter hoc is an informal fallacy that states: “Since event Y followed event X, event Y must have been caused by event X.” It is often shortened simply to post hoc … Continue reading

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Kinda Like a Vaccine

A lead headline, ‘Like Tuskegee’: Southern Jail Treats COVID With Dangerous, Unproven Drug Ivermectin and then 20 feverish paragraphs of hysterical ignorance should be enough for the reader to not notice this: Nonetheless, he said he believed that whatever Karas’ … Continue reading

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That’s How Incrementalism Works

One of the guest writers at Ace has a nice piece, Why Don’t We Do Our Own ‘Long March’? This question is a common thread in our comments section here, from many corners. We all seem to understand what the … Continue reading

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Driven From Office

David Solway from PJ Media writes Cutting to the Chase: Why Trump Was Driven from Office There has been no end of commentary dealing with Donald Trump’s turbulent presidency and the scandal of his electoral loss. There’s no doubt that … Continue reading

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Vaccination ‘arms race’ could prove dangerous to the American public

An article from the Washington Times, Vaccine inventor questions mandatory shot push, Biden’s Covid-19 strategy written by a Dr. Robert Malone (the discoverer of in-vitro and in-vivo RNA transfection and the inventor of mRNA vaccines while he was at the … Continue reading

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The Demoralization of Americans

Jesse Kelly has made reference to Yuri Bezmenov (or Besmenov?) a couple of times in the last week or so. The first time he linked to a twitter thread with various videos of Mr Bezmenov explaining the true purpose of … Continue reading

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Yet Another “What Have We Done?”

The regrets, they’re starting to pop up, for example, here and there, but this guy, apparently an active duty officer, has an interesting and unexpected perspective with regards to foreign policy (roll-up here (slight editing for readability – also because … Continue reading

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Why Nation Building Failed

At one time, as I’ve documented here in this blog, I bought off on the “nation building” project. That is, US, but also allied, troops would remain in a country while its people are taught the wonders of and how … Continue reading

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