Category Archives: activism

Travel Musings

Objectively speaking, the airport is the best place to express dissenting views. Security is everywhere, so there’s little risk of being attacked by Antifa. It’s government property, so the First Amendment applies; all lawful sentiments are protected. So naturally, I … Continue reading

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Ending on a Positive Note

As mentioned, I’m going on vacation soon, so this might be my last post until I return in a few weeks. Y’all will be pleased to know that we had another Back the Blue rally today, and it went very … Continue reading

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BLM Crashes Back the Blue Rally in Portland

It was rainy today, so I didn’t bring my (famous) signs. Instead, I came to stand with my friends one last time before my upcoming vacation. But soon after our arrival, trouble came our way: My bodycam wasn’t on the … Continue reading

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It’s been a Stressful Day

We shouldn’t worry about things that are out of our control, but I can’t help it; I’m a born worrier, and I really want Trump to win this election. However, as of this writing, I’m not very optimistic; it’s still … Continue reading

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Philip Anderson visits Vancouver

Today, I attended a small Trump rally in Vancouver, Washington. Vancouver is just across the Columbia River from Portland. It was chilly but well worth it. I got to hear Joey Gibson (founder of Patriot Prayer) speak, along with a … Continue reading

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I Found an Interesting Leaflet

While on my way to our Back the Blue rally today, I found an interesting leaflet on the ground: Not bad! Hopefully, there aren’t enough idiots in Portland to actually elect this Marxist. In other news, a sorority member, at … Continue reading

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Boer Lives Matter

It costs only a few dollars and a little time to become an activist. My local Ace Hardware store sells spray-on adhesive for a little less than $5. I used my laser printer to print out the following page: I … Continue reading

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Sons of Liberty join us for Back the Blue

Yesterday was a chilly, overcast and rainy day, so I didn’t expect much of a turnout at our Back the Blue rally. It soon became apparent that I was wrong; I would estimate that there were around 100 people there. … Continue reading

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What Shall we do in the Future?

Lately, I’ve been contemplating the future, what it holds for us and how we should adapt. Since I’ve got a pessimistic streak, let us assume that Joe Biden wins the presidential election, and that Portland’s mayoral election is won by … Continue reading

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Antifa hysteria in Portland

After our Back the Blue rally today, which was uneventful, a few Proud Boys and Patriot Prayer guys led us to the spot where Aaron Danielson was murdered in September. One of the men (Chandler Pappas) was a personal friend … Continue reading

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