The Contrarian Argument

The Contrarian Argument


I’m going to say this very gently and in good faith. And I mean it in no hostile way at all. In other words, I believe that the idea that “Trump is evil and must go” is entirely defensible. And I believe it’s wrong. Or at least not a slam dunk, by any means.

 

The 2020 election was stolen, and it was stolen by a multi-pronged effort that still managed to defeat Trump only by a whisker.

 

Ignore the reports of disappearing ballots and magically appearing ballots.

 

The other reports (inside) are indisputably true…

 


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A Different Perspective on The Last Few Days in Washington, DC

A Different Perspective on The Last Few Days in Washington, DC


I don’t know about you, but I prefer my news as, you know… news — “Hey! This interesting thing just happened!” — not as pre-written narrative into which some manipulative, scheming bastard, trying to control my perception of things around me*, then fits or fabricates any events he can to support that narrative.

 

* “Manipulative, scheming bastards, trying to control our perception of things around us” — a nice summary description of today’s media!


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Thoughts To Ease a Conservative’s Mind

Thoughts To Ease a Conservative’s Mind


Here’s the Fundamental Article of Belief: It centers on a simple question: “What would be my attitude toward a society ordered around the beliefs espoused by this or that person?”  If the response to that question is, “I’d be okay with a society ordered around such principles,” then I give that person a whole lot of leeway in what they say and do, before I no longer admire him.

 


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