Category Archives: politics

Happy Independence Day!

To all you gringos out there, I wish y’all a happy independence day – for what it’s worth. In the spirit of rebellion, which prompted the founding of our country in the first place, I’ll share an article from The … Continue reading

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Banking While Conservative

Years ago, I used to bank with Chase. Then I found out they’d donated money to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and I decided to close my accounts with them. I was hoping they’d ask for a reason, but they … Continue reading

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Portland’s Homeless Camps Turning into Shanty Towns

I may have already mentioned that the Portland area has gotten noticeably worse, regarding the homeless situation and graffiti, since before I left it several months ago. From a recent KATU article: With current hurdles including growing homeless camps, record … Continue reading

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It’s Not About Safety, It’s About Power

Hat tip to The Mad Jewess, for bringing this video to our attention: Actually, this is an addendum to yesterday’s post. The vaccine mandates have little, or nothing, to do with public safety or health; they’re about concentrating power in … Continue reading

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This is Why They Hate “The Jews” #4

Deep in the bowels of the DC swamp lurks a creature so vile that its very name elicits revulsion in polite company. Obviously, I’m referring to Jerry Nadler. Many of y’all are familiar with Nadler’s recent outrage over the Rittenhouse … Continue reading

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Good News from Kenosha

Like all decent Americans, and freedom-loving people around the world, I’m greatly relieved by the not-guilty verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse case. My relief, however, is tempered by concerns over his safety. If he stays in America, he’ll have to … Continue reading

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The China Virus, as I see it

If you refer to the “about” section of this blog, you’ll see nothing about trying to be popular; I’ll put my opinions out there, and you can either agree or not – and you can explain why in comments. If … Continue reading

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The Evil Hypocrisy of Jerry Nadler & Co

If you watch this video clip, you’ll see that Jerry Nadler opposed an amendment that would have excluded illegal immigrants, who have a history of drunk driving, from gaining amnesty: He said, Someone can change. That’s why we have the … Continue reading

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Daniel Gorski’s Analysis of CRT

I’m reproducing this article from Quora, with Mr. Gorski’s permission The post above is fine for what it is but I would suggest that it omits some relevant and helpful historical background. I will summarize and include some helpful links. … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Posthumously Change MLK’s Name

For several years now, America has been busy renaming streets, schools, parks, prizes and sports teams. Here’s a list of name-changes that have taken place since the George Floyd riots. Scientists are even changing the names of insects, because some … Continue reading

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