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Ohio vs. The Gaia Cult

     Throughout the world, including the United States, make places are declaring that “nature” and ecosystems, such as rivers and glaciers. The city of Toledo, Ohio voted to give legal rights to Lake Erie. It turns out the state of Ohio … Continue reading

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The Political Age of Leeroy Jenkins

     If there is one thing that both sides of the political spectrum agree on is that Donald Trump has the knack for making people freak out and lose their s**t. Such was the case with a series of tweets attacking … Continue reading

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Why Are Child Drag Shows Legal?

     In this woke new world, with such people in it, the hot new way of attacking sane society is with pre-teen drag queens. Little boys, who dress up like painted harlots and diseased skanks, such as “Queen Lactacia” and “Desmond … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: The Problem of Illegal Aliens

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      The question of illegal aliens has been debated for decades. Rather than blind rhetoric, a sober discussion on … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: The Limits of Journalistic Investigation

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      Considering the ongoing fall-out of the “Mueller Investigation” report and all the insanity fallout therefrom, perhaps might be … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: The Future of Conservatism

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      Rather than an illumination of the Left, sometimes a civil debate can be help clarify positions on the … Continue reading

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12 Posts of Christmas, 2018 (Day 4)

     While nice children receive a visit from Santa Claus, naughty children and politicians receive a visit from Krampus. Tweet

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The Grand Old Sundering

     In the wake of the 2018 election results, there are two conflicting narratives concerning what the outcome of the results really mean. To wit: Either the GOP wasn’t “MAGA” enough and that the voters punished the “establishment” candidates, or that … Continue reading

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Suburban Shift — 2018 Election Aftermath and Postmortem

     After all the sturm und drang, not to mention the plethora of polling calls, political mailers and commercials, and emotional outbursts, the 2018 election is over and in the bag.      My predictions for 2018 were broadly accurate, but I was … Continue reading

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Words To Remember When Voting

     Half a dozen of years ago, I was talking with a scientist who had immigrated from Bulgaria, had lived under Communism, and had become an American citizen. The words she spoke to me still gives me a chill of terror: … Continue reading

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