What’s Underneath

by baldilocks A couple of weeks ago, I meant to comment on Roger L. Simon’s piece on Moral Narcissism.  In it, he expounded on a phenomenon which I’ve seen and been irritated by all my life, but had no name for. Moral Narcissism is an evocative term for the almost schizophrenic divide between intentions and … Continue reading What’s Underneath

Southern Border Invasion – Posting Troops Just Won’t Do It – One Veteran’s Perspective

I know, I am just a silly enlisted veteran. I was discharged approaching 20 years ago now. However, I want to say something that needs to be said. Placing troops on the southern border of the United States will NOT solve this problem, and it will cause us issues. Why? Why not just jump in … Continue reading Southern Border Invasion – Posting Troops Just Won’t Do It – One Veteran’s Perspective

Chelsea Clinton meet Olalla Oliveros

4th Yorkshireman: Right. I had to get up in the morning at ten o'clock at night half an hour before I went to bed, drink a cup of sulphuric acid, work twenty-nine hours a day down mill, and pay mill owner for permission to come to work, and when we got home, our Dad and … Continue reading Chelsea Clinton meet Olalla Oliveros

The Scott Brown NH Silver Lining

If you are a regular reader of this blog you know I think Senator Scott Brown NH Senate run is a mistake that has some potentially disastrous consequences for the GOP in NH. I think it would have been better if Senator Brown had choose to run in Massachusetts and I suspect Charlie Baker would … Continue reading The Scott Brown NH Silver Lining

Speaking of PACs and Races let’s talk NH-1

With Mississippi's Senate runoff taking place today most of the attention is going to the money flowing there but Granite Grok tells us that in NH-1 there are things going on that are rather interesting. Dan Innis is running for the GOP nomination in NH-1. Steve McDonald notes says he's a nice guy and understands … Continue reading Speaking of PACs and Races let’s talk NH-1