Trump: A Fitting Farewell

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Say what you will about Donald Trump, he left office on the high road. All Americans owe it to themselves to view his 19:47 farewell address.  In it, he not only outlines many of his accomplishments, he kindly addresses those that follow him.

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Who Are We? Who, Who, Who, Who? UPDATED

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Gropin’ Joe Biden’s halting inaugural teleprompter reading was all about unity, except the part where we’re all racists and white supremacists, but he’s absolutely going to unify us, whether we like it or not.  And of course, he knows we won’t, because America is a cesspool of systemic racism chock full of little, furiously swimming white supremacists.

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The Bidens: The Government We Deserve

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During my police years, I learned a great many things about human nature, which is why I generally expect the worst of people, but am open to being pleasantly surprised.  Among the most important of those lessons is what addiction does to people, actually, what their choice to become addicts does to them.  Without personal responsibility, we’re lost. Addicts, particularly cocaine and/or heroin/opioid addicts are absolutely untrustworthy and unreliable.  They will betray anyone and everyone.  They may hold a job for a time, but they are incapable of doing any useful, productive work.  Their minds—what’s left of them—are so muddled and impaired, they lose everything, including things of great value.  They harm everyone around them on their way to the bottom.

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Politically Reliable Protection?

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On Monday, 01-18-21, I posted Federalizing The Police: A Conspiracy Theory.  The topic was the possibility—probablity—the Harris Administration—Gropin’ Joe Biden is merely the bait in the most corrupt bait and switch scam in history—would want to federalize all of America’s police.  They would do this, I argued, because they know most of America’s police, and most of our military, are not politically reliable.  I called this a conspiracy theory because I knew I’d be accused of all manner of lunacy, sedition, insurrection, treason, and a variety of other seldom used words D/S/Cs have never heard—and can’t define–until someone approved for narrative dissemination uses them.

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Guns And Liberty, 2021: Part 5

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All the articles in this series may be found by entering “guns and liberty, 2021” into the SMM homepage search bar.

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July 10, 2020: A Tenth Tragic Anniversary

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July 10, 202 marks the ten-year anniversary of the murder of Erik Scott by panicky, undertrained Las Vegas police officers at the Summerlin Costco.  I never met Erik Scott, but over many years of investigating his murder, writing and publishing the definitive book on the case, I came to know him well, which only exacerbates my sense of loss—and outrage.

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Biden: On The Bodies…

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L to R: Alanna Smith, Chelsea Mitchell, Selina Soule
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Back in May of 2020 I wrote Connecticut Trans: Mean Girls?  It is the story of three Connecticut high school athletes: Alanna Smith, Chelsea Mitchell and Selina Soule, who filed suit against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference.  Why? Because that state organization allows biological males—trans females—to compete against girls in high school athletics.  As a result, Smith, Mitchell and Soule have been consistently beaten by boys masquerading as girls, denying them not only athletic titles, but the opportunity to participate in college athletics.

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