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Time to stop pretending.

The Chinese philosopher Confucius (c. 551 – c. 479 BC) observed a while ago that the beginning of wisdom is to call things by their right names.  Known as the doctrine of the rectification of names, it held that if people can’t agree on the meaning of words it’s unlikely that relations between people can be harmonious …

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Mark Levin: We are moving toward a Democratic run police state.

One of his finest:

Sorta what I’ve been thinking.

This is all planned by those mad idiots who want to control the world. They are very content in burning down the world as we know it. Masks are off…look what’s happening in the States…we are on the edge of financial collapse, open borders, the pushing of CRT and the normalization of LGBTQ. This is …

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A perfect storm of decay and destruction.

They are trying to convince me Americans voted for inflation, recession, war, CRT in our schools, gender fluidity, mutilating children, pedophilia, open borders, masking and vaxxing children, lockdowns, mandates, dead guys, and brain damaged commies. That is not what happened. They just used the exact same methods in the key races in the key states …

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Col. Richard Black: U.S. Leading World to Nuclear War.

One of the better takes on the US and its proxy wars.

Pearls of expression.

The revolution you see today had to start at the top because the people – the voters – were unwilling to spark revolutionary change. Power then imposition, through the institutions and the bureaucracies onto the population. Enabled by the constraints on bureaucratic power being unenforced and the limitations on legislative authority being ignored. Elections thought …

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And a giant middle finger salute to you, muchacho.

“You can reach a place in your society where the people in charge and their lapdogs in the media become so completely disconnected from the concerns of actual people, become so totally uninterested in the lives of citizens, that society becomes very volatile, and we are fast approaching that point,” [Tucker Carlson] further warned. Carlson …

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Solving the mystery of fanatical opposition to Trump.

MAGA cannot be purchased. It is a political outlook that seeks only to enhance the best interests of the American people, regardless of consequence for the multinationals or foreign beneficiaries of globalist U.S. economic policy. Unfortunately, as a result, all of the beneficiaries are aligned to make sure the MAGA economic policy outlook is extinguished. …

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Undercover MAGA insider speaks out.

H/t: Conservative Treehouse

Pearls of expression.

“The skyrocketing electricity prices are now exposing, for different reasons, the limitations of our current electricity market design,” von der Leyen said in a speech at the Bled Strategic Summit in Slovenia, pointing out what has been obvious for years to those who warned repeatedly that Europe should probably not take make its energy policy …

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Emergency interim climate change report.

The Chief of the European Central Bank (ECB) has said that climate change is behind soaring inflation, stating that droughts and famines are driving up prices.[1] It certainly couldn’t be because central bankers, politicians, and assorted other clowns are flat out clueless about economics, debt, production, taxes, spending, energy, and culture. Or intend, with malice …

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A bit of perspective on January 6.

Actually, ten billions tons of perspective on the “insurrection” on January 6. There is only 1 thing I will not bend on–if there are rules for us, there must be rules for them. They [Hillary and her friends] manufactured a lie about “Russian interference in the election,” caused insane investigations and got 1/2 the country …

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Back from the Covid war games.

Three weeks ago tomorrow I started to become extremely low energy and that rapidly progressed to having extremely unpleasant muscle aches in my back. Fortunately, heavy use of ibuprofen allowed me to sleep but I also lost all appetite and dropped nine pounds just from not wanting to eat. Coffee, normally a mainstay of my …

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Choice observations from Dr. Robert Malone on Covid-19.

The truth is that at this point, we have no idea how many US deaths were actually due to the coronavirus because of the perverse financial incentives provided by HHS to hospitals and medical care providers, and grossly inappropriate use of PCR assays. The official mortality count attributed to the virus by the HHS is …

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Gold in the comments.

Here’s a comment by chopsuey4[1] on ZeroHedge: [T]hese lawbreakers in DC are [really] insane and a complete waste of everyones time. For gawd sakes, they are always backpedaling to maintain their financial interests and to cover-up lies from the past. The past they helped destroy by sending manufacturing like semiconductors to oversea interests. THe country …

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The Weather Channel one-note ukulele.

Climate change hysteria time again, folks. 8/3/22 — “New Climate Change Study Predicts Timeline For Next Mass Extinction.” It’s the big one, Elizabeth. 8/2/22 — “UK Heat Wave ‘Extremely Unlikely’ Without Climate Change, Scientists Say.” “An analysis by the World Weather Attribution initiative found climate change made the event 10 times more likely.” 7/31/22 — …

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Political language.

[In 1977] When Alfred Kahn, Jimmy Carter’s chief inflation fighter, used the politically taboo word ”depression” in a statement from the White House, the economist was pounced upon by assorted communicators and soothing-sayers; as a result, the hapless but happy man pledged to substitute the word ”banana” for ”depression” in any future economic message. That’s …

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The enemies of normality.

Love him or hate him, during Trump’s presidency, the economy was strong, markets were up, inflation was under control, gas prices were low, illegal border crossings were down, crime was lower, trade deals were renegotiated, ISIS was defeated, NATO allies were stepping up, and China was stepping back (a little). Deny all that if you …

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Pearls of expression.

It is one of the great mysteries—or perhaps I should say it is one of the reliable reminders of human imperfection—that higher education often fosters a particular form of political stupidity [“the repudiation of inheritance and home”].[1] There is abroad in the land the poisonous notion that government at all levels should naturally have “partners” …

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More on deliberate destruction.

[G. Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island] says, “The Federal Reserve is the cause of inflation… When you have a central bank that creates as much money as it wants to, it’s a scam.” Griffin contends that today’s rampant inflation is constricting anyone who isn’t wealthy. He says, “The middle class is …

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