And how many times have we said in these very pages that we need to go nuclear on the Left. Yes, yes, yes… I called it “Rhetorical Jiu-jitsu,” but it means the same thing: “going nuclear on their a##.” Continue reading Powerful, Influential People Read This Blog
If Kavanaugh were to launch such a lawsuit, and if it were to succeed, then as a country, we’d go a long way to restoring justice for an unjustly accused man, and, even more importantly, we’d send an important message to the world that we’re not going to allow such false accusations to go unpunished anymore. Why is that so important? Simple: Rape is a heinous crime. False accusation of rape is just as vile a crime. Continue reading Kavanaugh Should Sue (Part II)
Two things are true: (1) Brett Kavanaugh deserves to have his good name and reputation publicly and loudly restored to him, and (2) Kavanaugh’s accusers deserve to have THEIR names forever stained as liars, frauds, false accusers. They do not have a right to come out of this sludgefest with either their good names or reputations intact. Continue reading Kavanaugh Should Sue
Democrats have no qualms whatsoever about squashing the lives of a fine and decent man and his family. ESPECIALLY if that fine and decent man and his family get in the way of the Democrats’ path to power. Continue reading The 900-Pound Elephant in the Room
GOP voters saw yesterday the difference one or two stout-hearted men can make. Kavanaugh de-Borked himself, and Graham sealed the deal. That is a rare victory over the sewer divers. Minutes ago, the nomination passed the Judiciary Committee… and more: an uproariously funny review of Bruckheimer’s King Arthur. Continue reading Two of the Finest Essays I’ve Ever Read
#1: Socialism does work — if, that is, you’re trying to impoverish — or kill — people • • • #2: The Democrats love poor people so much, they’re constantly making more of them. Continue reading Two Pithy Phrases… Coined in These Very Pages!
Leftist ideas are old, fat, flaccid, weak, feeble. It’s because those ideas go unchallenged in all the places where they should be most vigorously challenged: academia, the press, Hollywood, pop culture. While Conservative ideas are attacked from all those same angles, as well as from others, as soon as they emerge. The result: we on the Right are constantly honing, and adjusting, and re-adjusting, and adding and discarding, testing, testing and re-testing, until we have something that’s coherent and makes sense. We actually like to test out ideas, because we love the challenge of actually solving problems. The Left wants power. Continue reading Why The Right Always Wins Arguments With The Left