Category: truth

Theorizing Unbounded

     First, a few quotations – hey, quotations are my thing, you know:      “The Shing law forbids killing, but they killed knowledge, they burned books, and what may be worse, they falsified what was left. They slipped in the Lie, as always. We aren’t sure of anything concerning the Age of the League; how …

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The Left’s Approach To Facts And Truth

     Dig this:      Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has been taking some punches by activist media for “bullying” a group of young men by explaining to them that they don’t need to wear masks that are useless just to virtue signal mask compliance, and saying that people need to cut it out with the ridiculous …

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A Comment On Commentary

     Back in the heyday of blogging, everyone and his halfwit Uncle Herman had a blog. There were, at peak, over 50 million such sites. Most, of course, were of no broad consequence: little was posted there, and most of that was worthless. However, they gave their “proprietors” a sense that they could be listened …

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It’s Happening Again

     …but then, it was to be expected. Yea verily, even by those who claim that it’s not happening.      There are phenomena whose geneses we understand – “we” being interpreted to mean “those of us who study such things” – perfectly well. We cannot plausibly claim that we didn’t expect them to happen. Yet …

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The Political Strategy Of The Usurper Regime…

     …is to lie. Continuously. About everything.      Two examples follow – and believe me, I could have produced more without any exertion.      First comes a scathing article from John Lott and Thomas Massie:      There were so many lies in Vice President Kamala Harris’ and President Joe Biden’s presentations on guns Thursday that …

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The Truth Crisis

     Today’s miseries are founded on a single central problem. It’s not a new problem, even for the United States. We’ve seen it in many contexts and guises, here and elsewhere. It’s the problem we must solve if we’re to restore any semblance of normality to American public discourse.      I once ranted about it …

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