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Hanoi Jane’s At It Again

| October 14, 2019 | 29 Comments
Hanoi Jane’s At It Again

In case you thought things could not get any more ridiculous, or people more obnoxious, think again: Hanoi Jane is traipsing off to Washington to hold climate protests on a weekly basis. The gag factor is enhanced by the fact that she’s now 82 and ought to know better than to make an ass of […]

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Saturday Feel Good Stories

| October 12, 2019 | 90 Comments
Saturday Feel Good Stories

Winston Meets Tommy-gun Birmingham Police investigating fatal shooting on 7th Ave. by James FranklinWednesday, November 29th 2017 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Update: The Birmingham Police Department attempted to stop a vehicle that was seen driving down 7th Avenue South around 1:00 A.M. with the headlights off. The driver of the vehicle refused to stop for the […]

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Gun Control, My Fat Aunt Harriet!

| October 11, 2019 | 15 Comments
Gun Control, My Fat Aunt Harriet!

All the fussing over GUNZZ!! from the left herd side of the fence is partly a PR whack job by the media, who pander to them and want to Control Thought when they can’t even control their own bladders. While it should not be necessary to repeat ‘no one is forcing you hoplophobes to buy, […]

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Too Crude, or Not Too Crude

| October 9, 2019 | 44 Comments
Too Crude, or Not Too Crude

I am really tired of the pencilnecks trying to run the show. A Marine One-star is under scrutiny for having a rough vocabulary?  https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/your-marine-corps/2019/07/31/marines-reprimand-1-star-alleged-to-have-bullied-subordinates-and-devalued-women/ Original article is here:  https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/your-marine-corps/2019/06/20/investigation-into-marine-1-star-alleges-bullying-humiliation-and-devaluing-women/ Granted, it’s from this past summer, but I’m always interested in what, if anything, goes on in the closed-off minds of SJWs and their ilk.  They […]

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China’s 70th Anniversary

| October 6, 2019 | 17 Comments
China’s 70th Anniversary

This month is the 70th anniversary of Mao Tse-Tung’s establishment of a communist dictatorship in China. Xi JinPing may have taken his place, and China may be thriving in the material sense, through its manufacturing and exporting base, but things have really not changed at all. When World War II ended, and before the Korean […]

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A Little Discussion of Machiavelli With Your Morning Coffee?

| October 3, 2019 | 19 Comments
A Little Discussion of Machiavelli With Your Morning Coffee?

This is a discussion of Machiavelli’s view of an armed citizenry in The Art of War, as authored by Cary Nederman, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Machiavelli holds that one of the consequences of such vivere sicuro is the disarmament of the people. He comments that regardless of “how great his kingdom is”, the king of France “lives as […]

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A Little Review of Statistics

| September 29, 2019 | 48 Comments
A Little Review of Statistics

With primaries coming up sometime soon, and “take yer guns” on the lips of some Democrats (e.g., Swallwell, O’Rourke, Buttigieg, Durbin, et al.) when they get the microphone and camera, it’s time a few statistics were brought up about the CDC’s statistics on death rates. Homicide by gun as a cause of death is NOT […]

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In Regard to Tarawa

| September 24, 2019 | 14 Comments
In Regard to Tarawa

I ran across this on another site, regarding the notion that rising seas are a threat to the atoll that embraces the island of Tarawa, the scene of some intense fighting between the US military and the Japanes in the Pacific during World War II. The hysterics about climate change have degraded into finger-pointing, ridiculous […]

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