It’s another election year, which means, as per the example set last time, the cold civil war in this country heats up yet again. Each time is worse than the last, and with two weeks of riots leaving the downtown region of Minneapolis looking like Falujiah in 2005, we can rest assured that Minneapolis probably won’t be coming back from this. Seattle has a comically titled Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) which is currently under the dominion of an abrasive, belligerent soundcloud rapper, because he’s the only one who thought to bring a gun. And, the icing on the cake: Pelosi spearheaded an effort to rip down, by congressional authority, more statues of Confederate figures. Continue reading “MASK OFF”
Free speech is back on the menu, apparently, this time with our favorite Texan, Alex Jones, thrust into the role of protagonist. Again.
This time it was YouTube, Apple, and Spotify, at first. Twitter’s founder came under attack by lefties because he hadn’t banned Jones yet, and he even had to issue short statement on his platform defending his decision to keep someone who had not violated the Code of Conduct from being ousted. Until he gave Jones the boot, too. And then InfoWars went down for a day or so. Continue reading “Censorship, Freedom, and Liberal Retardation”
With the recent nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the left has predictably lost its mind. Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement announcement struck an ugly chord with the self-appointed defenders of civil liberties—at least those that enshrine the rights of infanticide, sodomy, and religious censorship. It didn’t matter who Trump was willing to nominate, since after Gorsuch’s nomination, it was clear that Trump wasn’t the left wing New York liberal that his neocon detractors had predicted. The left was going to protest anyone. Continue reading “There’s A New Justice Headed to Town”
As traditionalism, conservatism, the alt-right, libertarianism, and “classical liberalism” have been gaining footing around internet communities and college-aged kids these days, disenfranchised young right-wingers may find themselves awash in a culture of lies and contradictions without any stable footing. What is the right wing, and is it for me? How do I escape this leftist nonsense? How can I even identify the things that are wrong when the whole system seems wrong? If these questions sound familiar, then you’ve come to the right place. If they don’t sound familiar, that’s fine; you’re in the right place anyway. Continue reading “A Brief Book Guide (Part I)”
Amendments V – VIII; In Which the Founders Explain How Not to Run an Asshole Judicial System
The last segment covered the first four amendments ratified under the Bill of Rights. Those included the rights of free speech, assembly, and religion, ownership of firearms, and freedom from quartering soldiers, being unreasonably searched, and having your stuff taken by the State. In other words, the last segment covered how the Founders who wrote the Bill of Rights expected a governing body to respect the citizens that comprise it. Unfortunately, we don’t quite live in the same country anymore. But the ethos of it remains in the hearts of most Americans mostly under the guise of simply wanting to be left alone so that they can live their lives as they wish. Continue reading “What Do Leftists Hate About the United States’ Bill of Rights? – Part II”
I have no idea whether they speak English in What, as that is a question I am not sure has ever been answered. But going off my own experiences, they sure don’t speak English in the land of social justice. Instead, it would seem that doublespeak is the official language there, and if you dare try to press 2 for English, then off to the gallows for you. Allow me to explain. Continue reading “Welcome to the Brave New World of Social Justice”