<i>Jussie Smollett</i> Did The <b><i>Real</i></b> Lynching

Jussie Smollett Did The Real Lynching


Will Smollett go to jail for his disgusting racist crime? Or will Chicago law enforcement again bend over backward to try not to look racist or homophobic? The Left have already done what they can to say, “Well, it wasn’t right, what he did, but you can certainly understand it!”  Nope. I can’t. If you can understand perpetrating a fraud that you know will cause harm to millions of innocent people, in order to get more money, then you have a serious problem.  Smollett’s crime proved pretty conclusively that the basic premise on which he committed it is false. In a truly oppressive country, you don’t need to fabricate oppression. It’s a feature of the system.

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A Heartbreaking Post

A Heartbreaking Post


There’s a marked increase in hostility on the Right, directed to the Right. However, if the Left were ever to engage in any kind of in-depth introspection, leftism would fall apart like the intellectual house-of-cards it is. It would become nothing more than a vast collection of tiny, spluttering splinter groups feuding and scrapping over tiny niche issues, well below the radar of a media corps too power-hungry to focus on such penny-ante flapdoodle.

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Wish I’D Said That! (2/1/19)


“The notion that conservatives are the dogmatists and progressives are the free-thinkers is one of the greatest triumphs in the history of the intellectual marketing of bullsh**. Conservatives simply acknowledge that we have dogma, that some questions are settled, and that while they can be questioned or revisited, the amount of new evidence required to overturn them should be monumental and decisive, not faddish and rationalized in the emotions of the moment.”

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Shock and Sadness: Bre Payton Dies

Shock and Sadness: Bre Payton Dies


She was so very young! I know what you’re thinking: Some exotic mixture of narcotics and alcohol that she was trying out for the first time. Stupid, irresponsible kid! How could she? Or else, she was mixed up in some emotional entanglement or other with a married man, got caught and realized that her public persona so contrasted with her private life that she was forever tarnished. Or she got drunk one day and drove her car off a bridge. We’re always so quick to blame young people for their own deaths when they die. It was none of the above.

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