“Learning to think critically, always working to be better at it, then combining numerous, often conflicting, media sources with critical thinking, to become ACTUALLY informed,” is a nice summary of “The Basic Responsibility of All American Citizens.”
If all American citizens were to take this responsibility seriously, the Democrat Party’s electoral viability would evaporate overnight.
Continue reading A Simple Truth…
At its very best, Socialism thoroughly stifles economic, social and political mobility through massive regulation and and bureaucratic overload. Socialism’s answer to the phrase: “The rich get richer and the poor get poorer” is, “The rich get poor and the poor stay poor… except, that is, for a tiny minority of fabulously wealthy at the top.” Socialists call this: “Progress.”
Socialists are idiots.
Continue reading Pithy Passages From Our Pages (Part XI)
“He (the reporter) was either too stupid to realize he had wasted my time, or he was fraudulently trying to deceive me. And that sums up the vast majority of the American media: Either morons or frauds. And, of course, thoroughly convinced of their own brilliance and greatness.”
Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part X
“The Democrat Party is the party of rude boorishness, of sexual harassment and assault, of half-witted goons who can neither keep their pants on, “nor keep it in their pants even when they are on.
Both men and women.
Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part IX
The half-witted phrase “I don’t give a f##k” should never, ever, ever cross the lips of any person. Not ever. Ever.
Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part VIII
How would many of the entrenched beliefs of today fare if there were two limitations on their presentation to others: (1) You couldn’t kill the dissident, and (2) You couldn’t shut the dissident up? Frankly, I think that quite a lot of the ideas that have great popularity today wouldn’t survive more than several short years beyond their arrival on the scene.
Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part VII
It’s okay to be ignorant — everyone’s ignorant about lots of things — but it’s important to be intelligent about your ignorance. Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part V