Arizona Will Fund Students Not Bureaucrats

     The Arizona legislature has passed a law that gives education vouchers in the form of an “Arizona empowerment scholarship accountto all children with $7000 per student to allow a parent to use it at a private school… or for homeschooling!

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News of the Week (June 26th, 2022)


News of the Week for June 26th, 2022

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Firing Line Friday: Ferdinand Marcos: A Discussion

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.

     With calls by some for more of a “strong man” approach to politics, here is a rather open and honest discussion between William F. Buckley, Jr. and Ferdinand Marcos, then President of the Philippines.

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Scientists Creating Living Skin For Robots Means Only One Thing: Bioroid Catgirls

     The merging of the mechanical and the living continues apace, but instead of adding organic brain power to machines, scientists are making biological androids/gynoids (AKA “bioroids”) possible by making robotic skin from human fibroblasts.

“Technologies are blurring the line between human and machine. Now, scientists are taking the next step: developing human-like skin for robots.

“Though it sounds like the stuff of science fiction, in a study published Thursday in the journal Matter, researchers described how they developed skin tissue for robots that looks and moves just like ours. ‘We have shown that living skin tissue can be used as a coating material for robots,’ Shoji Takeuchi, an engineer at the University of Tokyo and lead author of the study, told Insider. ‘This result has the potential to make robots look more human-like.’

“To craft the skin, the team first submerged a robotic finger in a cylinder filled with a solution of collagen and fibroblasts — two main components that make up skin, the human body’s largest organ. Using living cells also endows robots with the biological functions of skin, such as its ability to self-repair and repel water.”

     This means only one thing: Bioroid catgirls with cute hapattable skin!

     The future in nyaa-igh!

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Cuba, Then Venezuela, And Now Columbia?

     Ah yes, that Communist dictatorship of Cuba, where people wait in line for hours to not starve and cracks down on any who dare show discontent. Things in Cuba are getting worse since their main clients and source of income, Russia, is preoccupied with the entire invading the Ukraine things…

     Still, Cuba continues to ear millions of dollars off of their slave doctors. And just who is helping round up slave doctors who dare to escape? Unsurprisingly, it’s Venezuela.

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News of the Week (June 19th, 2022)


News of the Week for June 19th, 2022

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Firing Line Friday: World Federalism Today

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.

     The centralization of power on a global level is an idea that has been around for quite some time, and is often promised to be benign, despite human nature when combined with absolute power being anything but, as William F. Buckley, Jr. discusses with Norman Cousins the idea of world federalism.

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Quick Takes – The Madness Of Rebalancing Society: Worldwide Racial Equity Chief; Women Choosing Not To Work; Freedom For A Knife-Wielding Robber

     Another “quick takes” on items where there is too little to say to make a complete article, but is still important enough to comment on.

     The focus this time: America needs more knife-wielding female robbers for equity!

     First, a little mood music:

     Carrying on…

     So many in the Federal government seem hellbent on pushing wokeness and “equity” on the world…

“The State Department will announce a Special Representative for Racial Equity and Justice on June 17 in connection with the department’s Equity Action Plan, an email obtained by the Daily Caller reveals.

“The position of Special Representative was first announced by the State Department in its April Equity Action Plan. The position’s holder has not been named, but the Special Representative will have wide-reaching powers, since he or she will be responsible for ‘institutionaliz[ing] an enterprise-wide approach to integrating racial and ethnic equity.’ The email names ‘advancing equity, addressing systemic racism, and strengthening democracy worldwide’ as ‘national security imperatives and core tenets of President Biden’s foreign policy.’

“Although the Special Representative will be responsible for ‘promoting systems of inclusion that mitigate bias, discrimination, and violence’ and ‘fostering more inclusive societies,’ previous U.S. government efforts to promote inclusion and equity have failed. The federal government spent nearly $800 million promoting gender equality in Afghanistan, a project that failed due to ‘traditional gender norms,’ according to the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction.”

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European Parliament of Madness

     If there was a Satanic organization hell bend on ruling over others, who would you suspect from the evidence? The United Nations? The Trilateral Commission? The Stonecutters?

     No, if you wanted prima facie proof of demonic possession, you’ll find no more obvious candidate than the European Parliament.

     Still too normal for you? There is always this:

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Happy Flag Day, 2022

     Happy Flag Day!

     There are many historical flags associated with the United States, particularly during the War of Independence.

     One such flag, which has seen more recent official use is the “First Naval Jack”.

“According to legend the First Navy Jack Flag, which is sometimes called the Continental Navy Jack, was raised on the first US Navy ships in the fall of 1775. The Congress had just created the Navy and they appointed Commodore Esek Hopkins, a Rhode Island captain, as the first naval Commander-in-Chief. Hopkins issued a set of fleet signals. The attack signal was to be the raising of “the striped Jack and Ensign at their proper places” from his command ship, the USS Alfred.

“The exact design of the flag was not specified, but the traditional belief is that the First Navy Jack Flag consisted of 13 red and white stripes with a stretched out rattlesnake across the center. The words Don’t Tread on Me stretched across the bottom below the snake. It is likely that John Paul Jones would have raised the First Navy Jack Flag on Commodore Hopkins’ flagship since he was the ship’s first 1st Lieutenant.”

          The specifics may have been a confluence of different flags and a misunderstanding.

“In 1778, John Adams and Benjamin Franklin wrote a letter to the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sicily, thanking him for allowing entry of revolutionary ships into Sicilian ports. The letter describes the new flag of the colonies according to the 1777 Flag Resolution, but also describes a flag of ‘South Carolina, a rattlesnake, in the middle of the thirteen stripes.’

“The rattlesnake had long been a symbol in the colonies of resistance and defiance to the Crown. The phrase “Don’t Tread on Me” may have been coined during the American Revolutionary War, a variant perhaps of an earlier image. A snake severed in segments and labelled with the names of the colonies and the legend “Join, or Die”, had first been published in Benjamin Franklin’s Pennsylvania Gazette in 1754, as a political cartoon reflecting on the Albany Congress.”

     Regardless of the origin, this flag has been on multiple occasions the official naval jack of the United States Navy.

     For Freedom.

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