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To a 2-Year Old With a Hammer…

…anything looks like a nail. Please read the linked essay – and start pushing back. May I suggest posting the link, with #TreatKidsLikeDemPoliticians in the post?

Reading the Tells & Survival (Part 1 of 2)

This grew to be far longer than I’d originally planned, so I’m chopping it into two “more digestible” pieces.  The second to be posted Monday or Tuesday.  In the meantime, please say a prayer for the soul of Sergei B., my wife’s uncle who passed away just a day ago from a resurgence of cancer.  …

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Church of the Covidian: Blank-eyed and Mindless

Revisiting my earlier post here, Church of the Covidian to post a stream-of-consciousness quick rant. So I was at the local Whole Foods – I know, I know, but for reasons not to be gone into there are certain things I need supplement-wise that I cannot get elsewhere.  Anyway, I was wearing a mask “imperfectly” …

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I say again . . . .

If you wanted to destroy America, what would you do differently from that which is already being done by the Deep State? Would you do something instead of: Goose inflation? Discourage value investing? Create asset bubbles and punish savers? Impoverish working people and permit the accumulation of unbelievable wealth for a tiny minority? Send tens …

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A question.

From one of Linh Dinh’s entertaining pieces about out-of-the-way places and foreign ways. This from another piece of his on his time in Albania: War, insane ideology and free transfer of capital have dislocated millions of people. Millions more must flee from societies they themselves have befouled, through collective stupidity, cowardice or depravity. It’s who …

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Liz doubles down.

In response, Cheney said she vows to “do everything I can” to block Trump’s re-election. “In the meantime, I will also continue to support every illegal foreign war where we senselessly murder millions of innocent civilians in the middle east, and North Africa, and where ever the MIC orders,” Liz continued. Comment by CheapBastard.[1] Notes …

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Israel on my mind

I was born in the US.  I live in the US.  I expect to die in the US.  My father’s side of the family has multiple Revolutionary War ancestors, including one that crossed the Delaware with Washington that famous night.  Going further back I have one confirmed Mayflower ancestor and expect, if I can ever …

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Rebels At MIT Provide a Hint of the Pressure They Endure

Begin reading at the section heading “your sciencing is wrong.” Pixy Misa at Ace’s place presents the excerpts as revealing mind-boggled wokeness — as if the writers can’t see the flaws in their presentation. But I see it as similar to morse coded blinks of a POW at a “news” conference. Surely this is indicative …

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Just an Incredible Coincidence

Isn’t it?

Two lunatic objectives.

The language of a human rights ideology defined in a multitude of gender and diversity iterations has seized the Brussels discourse. Some might welcome this development in principle, viewing it as righting ancient injustices. However, it should be understood that it is rooted not so much in human compassion, but is firmly seated in power …

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Deaf, dumb, and blind.

These morons never think about the implications of what they say or do. Here Chelsey Clinton wants to put the screws to social media posters who voice doubts about the experimental COVID-19 “vaccination”: Clinton, 41, responded to a question about so-called “vaccine hesitancy” regarding Covid vaccines by saying that there must be a global effort …

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Stupidity that beggars the imagination.

With Brainard, Jerome Powell, and Treasury secretary Janet Yellen focusing on the climate, the M1 money supply has gone parabolic, from just over $4 trillion in February to $18.6 trillion in March.[1] M1 measures “currency and assets that either are or can be quickly converted to cash.” So, in some 30-60 days, the money out …

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Update on the 2020 Elections

You might think this is over. You would be wrong. The battle continues. I’m pretty exhausted. In addition to the normal craziness of life, I’ve been battling some health/mobility issues. I’ve been working on my long-neglected house and finances, my hobbies, and my family. I’m remembering that scene from The Patriot. Gibson is exhausted. He …

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Pearls of expression.

Supporters of intervention sometimes claim Syria has been “abandoned” by the international community. On the contrary, the Syrian conflict has continued primarily BECAUSE of foreign involvement. The unholy alliance of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, USA, France and Britain (with silent partner Israel) have supplied, trained, provided weapons and salaries for Syrian and international fighters seeking …

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Fauci Alcasan

The Babylon Bee, undoubtedly visited by the spirit of C.S.Lewis1, offered up this vision of our future. ‘It Is Still Not Safe To Go Outside,’ Says Fauci’s Head In A Jar In Year 2739. It has become so hard to claim we were never warned that we joke about it. Hat tip to AceofSpadesHQ. 1 …

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More than you want to know about virus gain-of-function research and you know what.

The article below is a fascinating look into aspects of viral manipulation and the politics of research funding and regulation of gain-of-function research. The ultimate resolution of the debate over where the SARS2 virus came from undoubtedly depends on what is found in the lab notes of the so-called “Bat Lady” of the Wuhan Institute …

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Church of the Covidian

I was still an atheist when I transferred colleges.  I’d started out at a small liberal arts college – chosen because of its distance from home more than anything else – but realized that I’d erred and applied to a large university in my birth state.  I was admitted.  Going to the summer orientation weekend …

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A fascinating look into the “we know what’s best for you” mentality.

I’m not familiar with Kyle Kulinski who apparently is a “progressive.” He’s quite impressive I find and he’s angry over this lunatic censorship mentality and the interview with Susan Wojcicki (wuu-CHIT-skee, in case you were wondering), the chief of YouTube, that he highlights is telling. His new subscriber numbers have plummeted due to his being …

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The Technological Golden Calf

(Image used under what I believe are “fair use” principles; note the website and graphic copyright notice in the image – to give credit to the creator of the image.) —– I first picked up the classic scifi book Dune by Frank Herbert when I was in high school, and only at my father’s insistence.  …

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Personal Update

I’ll likely be less active for a few days/weeks. Yesterday evening, I was getting something in the bedroom, and tripped over a shoe in the middle of the floor (one of MANY of my husband’s that are scattered at any time). I don’t THINK he’s trying to kill me. But, my ankle is very painful, …

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