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In Support of “It’s Probably Nothing”

Our esteemed Colonel B, Bunny just posted “It’s probably Nothing” about half an hour after I had viewed the video below. Readers of this site will probably view this history and lesson as preaching to the choir. Yet it is virtually certain each reader knows at least one who needs to see this even as …

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It’s probably nothing.

The inflationary storm clouds continue to form on the horizon. Last week I noted that the U.S. is printing money at an extraordinary pace. How extraordinary? The Fed alone will print $1.4 trillion in the next 12 months. This comes on the heels of the $3 TRILLION it has already printed in the last year. …

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The Only Bricks in the Wall are US

We’re it. The older generations – the parents of Baby Boomers – are too close to the end to spare the time to give the project. It’s up to US – the much-maligned Baby Boomers, who – at this point – are the only living archive of the past culture and heritage. I’ll be 70 …

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Serious Stuff, Now

Now that the Clown Impeachment is over, it’s time to focus on the proposed misdeeds of the House, Senate, and Deep State regulators and administrators. Such as this plan to put the Reigning Deep State (RDS) in charge of everything, forever. But, wait, there’s MORE! That doesn’t even cover a small portion of the awfulness …

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Who Could See This Coming?

Readers may already have had opportunity to use the title of this piece. Don’t be surprised to find it the up and coming, all purpose, rhetorical question. Yes, one usually hears this question asked sarcastically as “Who couldn’t,” but these are times where sarcasm falls flat. For those brave enough to say it, provided is …

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The Genes Will Tell

     I’ve gotten quite a giggle these past few months over the entrance into women’s sports events of biological men who claim to be women. A curious thing happens when that’s permitted: the winner of the event is always a biological man. As my Roman ancestors might have said, mirabile dictu! (Or as a contemporary …

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Read This To The Very End

     Then reflect on the profound wisdom it contains: The Importance Of Fellowship      You’re welcome.      “I shall pass this way but once; any good, therefore, that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer nor neglect it, for …

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For the children.

Entities in the narrative world which threaten imperial narrative domination are attacked, smeared, marginalized and censored. That’s all we are seeing with the increasingly shrill mainstream panic about disinformation, conspiracy theories, foreign propaganda and domestic extremism. Our rulers and their media lackeys are not compassionately protecting us from deception, they are ensuring that they remain …

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By The Numbers

     If it cannot be expressed in figures, it is not science; it is opinion. – Robert A. Heinlein      I only recently became aware of this Prager U video:      It’s an excellent, facts-and-figures based refutation of the “renewable energy” con the enviro-Nazis have been promoting. And therefore, the Left has put a lot …

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Another Great Meme Edition

I love memes. The idea of using graphics and a little text to convey a complex idea is genius! Face it – MOST people find it hard in GOOD times to follow an abstract analysis, a lengthy storyline, or a political plot. In times like this, with high stress due to the economy, personal financial …

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Keep an Eye on This Committee

It’s the Republican Study Committee, and it’s headed by Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana. I took a look at what they tweeted about the COVID spending, and it’s an eye-opener (hint: print out and pass around in public places – they may be able to keep us off social media, but – so far – …

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Keepin’ it real.

New York Times technology correspondent Kevin Roose consulted some “experts” on “how we might restore a proper respect for reality.” Lord knows I’m on the edge of my OfficeMax high-speed, swivel, gaming chair when it’s time to receive guidance from NYT truth searchers. One of the experts Roose consulted is a Stanford “disinformation researcher” which …

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Turning It Around: The Prospects

     Paper constitutions raise smiles on the faces of those who have observed their results; and paper social systems similarly affect those who have contemplated the available evidence. How little the men who wrought the French Revolution and were chiefly concerned in setting up the new governmental apparatus, dreamt that one of the early actions …

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I Love the Smell of Victory in the Morning!

And, coffee, of course. But – VICTORY? When Trump is in Mar-a-Lago? When Biden-Harris occupy the seat of federal government? Yes. According to this video, a poll has reported that 70% of the GOP would consider WALKING OUT, should Trump start a 3rd party. 70% Not to mention the huge number of Dems that are …

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Let’s Have an End to Rule by Nobility

They sure don’t act all that noble, so let’s cut out the special privileges.

Many More Questions Than Answers

This was always a strange story. The contradictions were obvious, the reports were apparently steered towards the desired end. My take? The Leftists wanted to take the focus off Ashli Babbit’s death. The public was starting to gain support for asking some preliminary questions: Exactly WHICH officer actually fired the shot? What he ordered to, …

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Ace Does It Again

     Striking the jugular in a minimum of words is becoming his specialty:      [O]nly the dishonest attempt to panic other people into making decisions.      Please read the whole column. Now, Gentle Reader: Which side of the political spectrum has made a specialty of screaming that “There’s no time to waste!” and “We’ve got …

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Karma Bites Another Woke A$$

This time, Bruce Springsteen. Doesn’t he know that driving recklessly offends Mother Gaia?

The Rubin Report

I’ve been watching his stuff, and he is really good. Not over the top, just what we from the middle of the country call – “Midwest Normal”. You know – typical Deplorables. And the Rubin Report is only 1/2 an hour, so – doesn’t take up too much of the day. Other videos you will …

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