Use Of Force: A Moral Choice, 2021

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Using force, particularly deadly force, is not only a legal, but a moral decision.  I’ve taken to annually reprising some articles, and this is among them, because the issues it addresses are not only always with us, but considering the political turmoil in our nation, more likely to confront us than ever.

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December 7, 1941-2021

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Tuesday, December 7, 2021 is the 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on the Pacific Fleet at Pear Harbor, Hawaii.  Like so much of our history, so little is remembered about that attack, and so much of what is remembered is, at least in part, wrong.  With Critical Race Theory—Marxist, anti-American propaganda—replacing actual history, it’s important to get the truth where and where we can.  Perhaps we can provide guidance for the upcoming generation.

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Sunday Funnies, 12-05-21

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Joe, apparently memorializing a 2 cent drop in gas prices over 2 whole days. If I weren’t already retired, I could now!

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Omicron Priorities

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We are now in the throes of full-scale national panic over the newest variant of the Covid virus: the Xi variant.  Oh, excuse me.  I mean the Omicron variant.  We had to skip over the next portion of the Greek alphabet to Omicron to avoid making the head of the murderous Chinese Communist Party sad.  As all right–left–thinking people know, even enforcing woke orthodoxy is nothing compared to appeasing Communist tyrants, or maybe it’s pretty much the same thing?

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Fauci: In The Name Of God, Go!

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You remember this line from Judge Dredd in 1995, don’t you gentle readers?  It’s memorable not only for Stallone’s drawling, over the top delivery, but because it was the utterance of a man who embodied this aphorism, attributed to many:

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Electric Vehicles: So Much Stupid

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I last wrote about our brave new electric vehicle future in August of 2021 in Electric Vehicles: They’re On Fire!  Among the points made in that article are:

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The Rittenhouse Case, #14: A Floundering Narrative?

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Those who deny justice was done in the Rittenhouse case fall into several categories:

1) The Ignorant.  As the trial was televised, there is no excuse for remaining ignorant of the facts.

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The Murder Of Erik Scott: July 10, 2021–11th Anniversary

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In this busy world, a world where it is increasingly hard to be accurately informed, and ridiculously easy to be gaslit, one thing never changes: there are some people all of us should know.  I speak not of people famous for being famous.  I speak not of violent felons made political martyrs, people unworthy of notice, to say nothing of emulation.  I speak not of vacuous celebrities or dimwitted TV talking heads.  I speak of people like Erik Scott. Continue reading

Woke Math: Evil–UPDATED

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Math is hard, even for white people!

Let us first, gentle readers, make sure we understand the definitions:

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