You can do something that has important positive results, when irresponsible half-wits broadcast harmful, slanderous garbage to thousands of people. You just have to make the effort. You can’t let such poison pass by unanswered. To paraphrase a common phrase out and about today: Hear something? Say something!
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calls herself a Socialist… People — using the term loosely — calling themselves Socialists, murdered more than 120 million people in the last century alone, making Socialism the #1 cause of premature death in the history of the world.
And… Rashida Tlaib is an illiterate idiot.
Now, mind you, I don’t often disagree with the Great Kevin Williamson, because that moniker — the Great — is well deserved. Williamson is one of the finest, most intelligent, deepest observers of the local and world scenes.
The Democrats can’t help themselves. They’re so hopelessly corrupt that without a wholesale overthrow of their own establishment by actual, legitimate, uncorrupted people, they represent an existential threat to this, the greatest country that’s ever existed in the history of the world.
“Consuming many media sources, learning to think critically, then combining numerous media sources with finely-honed 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 This Struck Me…
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