It was part of a nine post series called "The common thread of the left" that dealt with a bunch of topics from abortion and life to Benghazi and in the final post of the series noted the commonality of purpose of the left allows Islam an exception to all of their rules for one … Continue reading I Answered “Why the Left Loves Islam?” Question Back in 2013…
This post isn’t really about politics, but I need to use a couple of illustrations from the political world in order to flesh out today’s topic, so please bear with. Back in the dawn of antiquity known as 2009, shortly after Barack Obama assumed his duties as President the annual CPAC convention took place in … Continue reading Association > Definition
If you want to understand why 33 Million isn't a penny too little for punitive damages against Oberlin college all you need to read is this paragraph from the Legal Insurrection coverage of the case: The damage was worse than most realize. On a walk through campus several weekends ago, this reporter talked to about … Continue reading Why 33 Million wasn’t enough for Oberlin
I spend a lot of time on social media being, well, social. Occasionally I wax political on Twitter, but for the most past I prefer keeping it on the human touch side of things. Part of my interaction consists of not interacting, knowing when one is best advised to sit it out. A good time … Continue reading A Handy Primer For The Partner Impaired
Don Surber notes some stats on Prison Reform "And overall, the average decrease was 73 months said the report, titled U.S. Sentencing Commission First Step Act of 2018 Resentencing Provisions Retroactivity Data Report."The average original sentence was 239 months (20 years).The average new sentence was 166 months (14 years).The average age of the inmate receiving … Continue reading Economic Prison Reform, Educational Sacrilege, Straight vs Gay Pride, The Discovery Channel, evidence and Insanity Under the fedora.
"change is the only constant in life." Heraclitus of Ephesus I mentioned a bit ago a woman a Google who talked about how in just a few years we'd all be dead from Climate change. I've also noticed how so many on the left are outraged that the Democrat party is not pushing this narrative. To all of those people … Continue reading What Exactly IS the Right Climate & Temperature for Earth?
By John Ruberry Last weekend was particularly violent in Chicago, 52 people were shot--ten fatally. So far this weekend 30 people have been shot--with a rash of 22 people were wounded during the weekend's first 12 hours. Why? Blame usually goes to "guns from Indiana," poverty, lack of economic opportunity, and police hamstrung by the … Continue reading Fatherless households are the root cause of Chicago’s violence
Yesterday I came home pissed. For what has been seemingly the umpteenth time in the last several months at work the stuff I left in the fridge or freezer had been raided. As the only white non-Spanish or Portuguese speaking American man in building not in management and seemingly the only person this has been … Continue reading Why So Many in the University Left NEED D-Day Forgotten
You got me goin' ... We live in a fundamentally gutless society; one in which bullies, be they in person or merely in cyberspace, are quite used to getting their way as others crumble underneath the veneer of maintaining civility. As previously noted, the Bard’s words have de-evolved into “cry outrage! and let slip the … Continue reading What’s On My Mind
One of the few advantages of Youtube etc/all knowing everything you watch is once in a while they recommend something that you never heard of that is simply excellent. Adult Wednesday Adams is a perfect example of this. I had been watching some interviews with John Aston on his time on the Addams Family and … Continue reading Adult Wednesday Adams, Great Comedy, Great Writing, Great Job
The Rainmakers, Walkenhorst is the second from the right. By John Ruberry What is the greatest band that you've never heard of? The odds are, unless of course you have heard of them, that act is the Rainmakers. I first encountered them in 1986, when "Downstream" from their self-titled debut album burst into my life … Continue reading The Rainmakers, a career review
Life has been rugged lately; don’t be shocked if I have to resort to a GoFundMe campaign soon to cover the bills. There’s been a not inconsiderable amount of screaming at the sky, yelling at God to kindly show Himself if in fact He’s there at all. You could accurately say my faith has been … Continue reading Mercy Lives Here
If you wonder how our university system managed to turn out people like this. Ask yourself this question. If you were a nation or nations that opposed the US what is the most cost effective weapons system? Investing tens of millions on armaments that will be obsolete in a few years or in hundreds of … Continue reading The University Weapon System, Hey You Wanted GA & AL in the Union, Competing Heartbeats and when “Hate” isn’t newsworthy Under the Fedora
One of the characteristics of a sinking ship is signs rats who live in the holds suddenly rushing above deck to escape the rising waters. The current rush to start pointing figures from the Trump is Hitler team who pushed the Dosier suggest that instead of a Danny Kaye faking it this inspector general is … Continue reading Under the Fedora Facts Not Danny Kaye, every sitcom ever, Twenty Years late for me, Look at me and Bruins might make Three
War on Women Indeed by baldilocks Usually, I'm pretty good at figuring out the motivations of the postmodernists. But this time ... Why does the Organized Left want to destroy organized women's sports? Mark Rippetoe: [The International Olympic Committee and the International Association of Athletic Federations] are participating in a lie for political purposes, to … Continue reading The Left’s Latest Attack Against Women