August 17, 2017
Politics

Damond: Police Searching Police

August 12, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    In Update 7.2: All Fished Out, I explained, in some detail, the substantial problems with one of the two search warrants served the morning after Justine Damond’s death. Particularly, the warrant to search her home had no basis in probable cause, as absolutely required by the [Read More]

Google Fascist Orwell
Politics

The Google Gestapo debacle . . . leads to excellent satire

August 11, 2017 Bookworm 1

There’s lots of outrage about Google’s war on thought-crimes, but not a lot of satire. Thankfully, what satire there is happens to be WONDERFUL. Google recently made the decision to fire a highly qualified engineer for the thought-crime of suggesting that the Google workplace could encourage a bit more diversity. [Read More]

Wall of Shame

YouTube Censors Diamond and Silk.

August 11, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

  YouTube in the latest of its faux attempts to “combat terrorist content on YouTube,” dog whistle for non-Progressive content has declared war on Donald Trump supporters, Lynnette Hardway and Rochelle Richardson aka Diamond and Silk. In their quest to rein in what YouTube, according to its blog* deems “violent [Read More]

Donald Trump

Fire, Fury and Money Laundering?

August 10, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel   We have, in Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s Communist dictator, a true lunatic. He has, particularly during the Age of Obama, relentlessly provoked America and the international community, and has gotten away with it. Now we have a President that is not afraid to use force, and [Read More]

Donald Trump

How Likely is the Impeachment of Donald Trump? Really.

August 10, 2017 Puma ByDesign 1

Vassarbushmills Pat Buchanan is a little more dark, and less optimistic than I am about America’s chances if an impeachment process is begun. Pat and I and separated by 7 years. We are also divided by perspective, he spending most of his professional life looking at American life and the world [Read More]

PC-Silliness

Tucker Carlson Battles Babbling Environmental Activist.

August 10, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

Earlier this week, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson went at it with an environmental activist and babbling idiot, Josh Fox.  Typical Marxist elitist, he man is as obnoxious as he is arrogant.  Obviously, the man is compensated very well to espouse climate change dribble.  Josh Fox lives to hear himself speak [Read More]

Politics

The UAW Busts Itself

August 9, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    As I’ve often written, one of the primary articles of faith–and Leftism bears virtually all the characteristics of a religion–of the Left is its certainty no progressive policy, idea or desire can possibly be wrong. Imagine, then, gentle readers, the shock, no, the disbelief of the [Read More]

Nominations

New York Times: Layers of Editors And Fact Checkers

August 8, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    Dana Loesch is a woman the Left loves to hate. She’s a virtual encyclopedia of leftist paranoia: young, smart, an articulate speaker and clear thinker, an NRA spokesman, gun owner, author, and oh yes, beautiful to boot. As I noted in July in NRA: Loesching The [Read More]

Kim Jong Un North Korea Nuclear
World

A nearly-nuclear North Korea: Your opinions and ideas, please?

August 8, 2017 Bookworm 5

After 24-years of American bribes and pandering, North Korea has crossed a nuclear threshold. I’m interested in your opinions and ideas about this problem. It happened: North Korea crossed a major threshold on the way to becoming a fully nuclear state: North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead [Read More]

Politics

Justine Damond: Rights And Responsibilities

August 8, 2017 mcdanielm 1

By: Mike McDaniel    It is easy, when one has extensive experience in a given profession, to take some things for granted. Particularly in police work, it’s easy to forget that virtually anyone without extensive police experience has little idea of the attitudes, expectations, policies, procedures, and of course, the [Read More]

Education

Texas: Campus Concealed Carry

August 7, 2017 mcdanielm 1

By Mike McDaniel   Do you hear that, gentle readers? The sound of happy crickets chirping? I’ll get to why they’re chirping soon enough, but let’s travel back in time to October of 2015, and No Good-Guy Guns On Campus: How’s That Workin’ Out For Ya?  That article was the story of [Read More]

Dunkirk
Hollywood

Dunkirk: A contrary view about a movie everyone else loves

August 6, 2017 Bookworm 0

Dunkirk doesn’t fail because it’s insufficiently diverse. It fails because, like the Left itself, it ignores individualism and opts for nameless masses. Don’t worry. This is not going to be a review decrying Dunkirk because of its failure to include women, people of color, homosexuals, or differently gendered in its [Read More]

Just Plain Funny

Student Grammatical Train Wrecks, Final Edition

August 6, 2017 mcdanielm 1

This is the third edition of student funnies for 2017: If the first two editions–available here and here–of my all-time favorite comic student writings weren’t enough, I present this, the final edition (for now). Kids love music, and after listening to and discussing several famous Christmas songs, including Mel Torme’s [Read More]

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