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The hue and cry over “fake news” is not complicated, but it is disturbing. I hate crap as much as the next guy, but the #FakeNews nonsense is classic censorship with a progressive twist. The two-fold goals are to get the government in the business of shutting down publication of … Continue reading
For some reason, you must enter an even wager for $1 — win or lose — on one of two outcomes, but there’s a twist: Instead of a fifty-fifty choice like a coin toss, or picking 1-3 or 4-6, this one is pretty easy. Using a fair die (not crooked … Continue reading
Good to see you! I have upgraded your account, so you can play in all the sandboxen. Glad you’re here.
Have had a stomach ache for days now, and Thanksgiving dinner gives me a great opportunity to bellyache about it and chalk it up to being s-o-o full. It’s the kind of thing where full and hungry and grouchy all at once, but fear not — I suspect the grouchiness … Continue reading
The history of the Thanksgiving Holiday is complicated, but the intent is not. Here is part of the story. My favorite line? …to protect and guide all sovereigns and nations (especially such as have shown kindness to us), and to bless them… I just had a whopping Thanksgiving dinner at … Continue reading
Witness the power of this fully operational Congressional Oversight Committee:
There is a cry on the right for a rapprochement, a “healing” and a “coming together”, a “moving forward” between the NeverTrump termites on one hand, and decent, upstanding conservatives on the other, although not everybody phrases it exactly so. The usual caveats apply, and I am pretty sure you … Continue reading
It’s a nice car. Oldish Honda Odyssey, the Japanese version, smaller than you think. More like an Accord wagon. I’m doing shift work now, in a good way. It also gives me the odd days off at home, but today was dedicated to sleep. Ahhhh, sleep. Mmmm, good good sleep. … Continue reading
An article in Michael Booberg’s outfit uses classic sales tactics to propagandize the meaning of the word “Populism”. When you first encounter the word “populism,” you might think it’s a close cousin of democracy, with all the positive connotations that go along with it. And for some, it may well … Continue reading