A Smoking Gun

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Where’s the evidence!?  The media indignantly cry, ignoring thousands of affidavits representing eyewitness testimony.  Paul Mirengoff at Powerline, no friend of President Trump, reports that 25 former presidents of the DC Bar—as leftist an organization as is possible to imagine—wrote a Washington Post Op-Ed wherein they whine that by pursuing the legal avenues open to him, and every candidate, to expose vote fraud, President Trump is destroying Democracy!  That’s a bit much even for Mirengoff.

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Jen Psaki: Useful Idiot

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What is it about D/S/Cs and their fetish over Communist symbols/fashions?  Throughout the Cold War and thereafter, D/S/Cs have delighted in wearing not only Communist military clothing, but its symbols, particularly the Soviet hammer and sickle.  Soviet propaganda posters decorated their apartments and homes, and they often flew the flags of murderous communist regimes. And of course, there is always the ubiquitous Che t-shirt, which remains, to date, the height of revolutionary chic.

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Reimagining Reality

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We hear much these days about “reimagining this” and “reimagining that.”  Such reimagining is being propounded by rebels without a clue.  As the world’s premier technologically advanced society, and as its longest-lived constitutional republic, quite a lot of imagining has already gone into our institutions.  Surely, many could use improvement in a variety of ways, but as we examine the ideas of those demanding reimagining, we quickly discover they not only have no clue what it is they’re trying to destroy and why it exists, but what might replace it.  Notice I did not say: “what might improve things.”  This is not, at its heart, a movement for improvement, but for wholesale destruction and chaos.  In this, dim-witted Marxists, anarchists, socialists, communists, race hustlers and assorted Democrat Party mongrels have found common cause.

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Barack Obama: He’s Very Impressed With Himself; You? Not So Much…

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Regular readers are aware of the bottomless depths of my disdain for Barack Hussein Obama, and of course, his wife, whose miniscule appreciation for America came only in American’s election, and re-election, of Barack.  He promised hope and change and delivered economic stagnation and racial division such that America had not seen for a half century.

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The Second Civil War #17: Brainstorming

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Let us, gentle readers, brainstorm together.  For the purposes of this article only, let us assume come January, Joe Biden becomes, for however long, MOTUS–Mummy Of The United States.  Let us further assume the underhanded election mechanism that handed Georgia to Biden prevails and hands the Senate to the D/S/Cs.  The Mummy has promised the most progressive administration in history, and has, in no uncertain terms, laid out exactly how he intends to destroy the Second Amendment, and with it, private ownership of firearms.

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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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English is Raaaacist!

During my English teaching career, I was a member of the National Council of Teachers of English, but not for long. It became apparent that rather than upholding professionalism and rational standards, the NCTE was just another leftist organization, which was sprinting as far left as possible. The organization has, somehow, managed to survive without my financial support.  They continue, as JoanneJacobs.com reports, their headlong rush to intellectual oblivion:

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