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Thoughts Rising From a Grocery Trip

I happened to stop at a Walmart yesterday (needed a lot of diverse things – shower rod, hardware, and garden). I didn’t find as much in the store that I had on the list, so I decided to pick up a few things I’d been meaning to get at a grocery. Guys, I haven’t been …

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Pearls of expression.

As Biden doubles down on the bad (yet deliberately distracting) hand of what was hoped to be an optically humanitarian policy of vaccine mandates, the masses are getting restless as well as fired… Solution? Criminalize the non-consenting as anti-vaccine, anti-science or anti-American “flat-earthers” while denying open discussion on such otherwise relevant topics as basic math, …

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We own you.

At the same time, Treasury Secretary Yellen insists the IRS needs to step up, inspecting all transactions over $600: wouldn’t a central-bank digital currency make it easier, he asked, recognizing a Trojan horse when he sees one? Yellen also admitted in an interview that the $600 mark is not where tax evasion is happening. That’s …

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America’s stock in trade — propaganda and repression.

Edward Bernays and his clique contributed heavily to this trend [the neutering of democratic forces] from 1915 onwards: they used public relations and propaganda techniques to give the impression that the USA was free, democratic, open, etc. when it was none of those things. And today the unholy alliance between state and corporations – the …

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Interdependency of a GOOD Kind

Horizontal Relationships, and how they contribute to self-sufficiency. Many on the Right talk of self-sufficient families; some broaden that to the extended family, as well. The Left prefers to think of “The Global Village”, and have a preference for a top-down approach (i.e., “the Government” should run things”). Click on the link to get a …

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The final stages of the universal franchise.

The fools in Washington strut around threatening China and Russia while Americans see Washington as the enemy. Who is going to fight for Washington? No one. Not even the Chairman of the US joint Chiefs of Staff will fight for Washington. The traitor promised his Chinese counterpart advance warning of a US attack on China …

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Maintaining Important Distinctions

     One of the little tricks by which the Left has made steady inroads into American life is the effacement of important distinctions. While this is largely a matter of linguistic chicanery, its effects often eclipse those of any other political tactic. That makes it an important front in our political combats.      Unfortunately, many …

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Where You Might Place Your Biggest Efforts

I was perusing random sites, and found this one, referred by Instapundit.https://commodity.com/blog/us-local-debt/. If you look at the breakdowns, it appears that LOCAL debt is a bigger problem than state debt, for many states. That actually makes some sense, as: State governments usually have a balanced budget as part of their constitution, limiting the amount of …

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The true goal of the Great Reset.

They [socialists/the Davos slime] embarked on this Great Reset solely for the purpose of defaulting on their socialist promises made by buying off present generations with the labor of future generations. We call this in modern parlance debt. Now that the debt is unpayable and the future liabilities of their governments overwhelming everything they have …

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The timeless lesson of statism and can anything be done?

This is a precise statement of the endless modern battle between free people and statist pricks: The EU, and political class of the western world, has driven up energy costs, and the cost of everything with more government taxation and spending. Those factories won’t be temporarily closing to save on energy costs, they’ll be closing …

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Idea for Affirmative Agreement to Increased Debt

How about we add a line to the tax forms? “By signing below, this taxpayer authorizes the government of the United States to raise the debt limit to spend more money we haven’t got. I realize that this means I will pay MORE in taxes over the following years.” My guess is that fewer than …

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We Are In the Final Stages Before the End

They are waving the “Bloody Shirt”.

Chump change.

A limited audit authorized by the Dodd-Frank Act found that between 2007 and 2010, the Federal Reserve committed over 16 trillion dollars to foreign central banks and politically influential private companies.[1] That’s eight (8) foreign wars of aggression we could have fought around the world to build democracy, dispose of foreign governments lacking our wisdom …

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Peak Lunacy Dept 2021-09-28

     We have arrived at a moment when making a gathering less diverse, according to the dictionary definition of that word is characterized as defending diversity:      Video out of Arizona State University on Thursday shows a pair of black activists ordering two white students to leave a “multicultural” center for being white.      “You’re …

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I’m BACK!

After a very frustrating week of: Closing on our new home (signed papers in SC, found that the vital parts weren’t signed/transmitted), traveled to OH to deal with the issue in person (husband traveled all night), and finally got the keys and started moving stuff in. We had electricity, but not gas, water, or internet. …

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Five Minutes Of Teflon

     My parish is privileged to have a genuinely excellent homilist for its pastor: Monsignor Christopher Heller. (In this he follows in the path of his predecessor, the late Father Charles Papa.) From the Gospel reading for Wednesday, he extracted a wisdom that few lay Catholics, and perhaps not many priests, would have found there. …

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Rationing Liquor – Who Will That Affect

From the list of brands affected, it looks like women and the men that are trying to impress them, Black people, and Rednecks with taste (the Rye). Frankly, any man who spends as much as Dom Perignon costs (it can run over $200 a bottle!), is either trying to score with a woman who is …

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The Dr. Stalin Icarus-Frankenstein approach.

Changes to key parts of the mRNA code in SARS-CoV-2 vaccines may be causal in changing the innate immune response via toll-like receptors. Toll-like receptors are important components in defence against infection and downstream effects may also include inhibition of CD8 T cell response. CD8 is a vital part of the immune system’s ability to …

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What Belief Can Teach Science

I found this on Wired. Perhaps not surprisingly, those Tech Nerds are flabbergasted at the idea that religions’ practices have practical application for modern people. As a Catholic, I come from a long heritage of scientists with strong religious convictions – Pascal, Descartes, Copernicus, Lemaitre, Mendel, Mercalli, Lavoisier, Doppler, to just name a few. Check …

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They Want to ‘Pretty Over’ the Wounds

The memorials – flowing water, ‘pretty speeches’ (well, if you don’t consider the politicized speech of the former president slamming the NLD (Non-Leftist Dissidents) as Domestic Terrorists), and and fervent undercurrent of “Let’s Forget”. That’s the Democratic Legacy of 9/11. It was Terribly Inconvenient of the Taliban not to cooperate in a quick and “victorious” …

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