Tag Archives: The Narrative

On Embracing Stupidity To Satisfy The God Of Political Correctness. And Democrats.

Much has already been made of Allison Benedikt’s insipid article at Slate titled, “If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person. A manifesto.” The one point I want to make is that her entire thesis … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day That Is Real But Fake

“I can hear Putin laughing from my porch.” -Sarah Palin

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Squirrel Comedy

I came up with this bit for Saturday Night Live. But maybe it’s too edgy. I’ll let you decide: Scene: White House briefing Room. The President of the United States is at the podium wrapping up a comment about the … Continue reading

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When Environmentalism Becomes Religion

There’s a refreshing article over at The Guardian from Climate Scientist Tamsin Edwards concerned about the damage done to science by political advocacy in her movement: I believe advocacy by climate scientists has damaged trust in the science. We risk … Continue reading

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More Racism from Those Wingers

Clearly, the only possible explanation for the following video is unhinged and seething racism.

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Through The Looking Glass

So the other night over dinner, my Dad abruptly asks, “Why aren’t you writing new articles for your blog?” It caught me off guard because I didn’t know that the old man even knew of the blogs existence, much less … Continue reading

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Progressive Utopia In Bloom

If the world and the humans inhabiting it were evolving towards the positive, I believe I would be more supportive of progressives. But near as I can tell in my 47 years, man is not generally predisposed to good. Sure, … Continue reading

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