LGBTQ Leftist QueerBorg Child Abuse Desmond is Amazing
Social Issues

[VIDEO] Paul Joseph Watson on extreme LGBTQ-ism

The LGBTQ movement has morphed from acceptance to cultural decay aided by aggressive, successful efforts to impose a subculture on the dominant culture. I never considered myself a homophobe, because I was always willing to accept same-sex relationships, provided that the LGBTQ movement, as is the case with heterosexual identity, [Read More]

American Christians
Social Issues

I really like American Christians

I was reminded today, as I am often reminded, that American Christians are extremely nice, generous people, and that I am lucky to live in America with them. I stopped by my local Dairy Queen today for a treat: a chocolate dipped cone. Yum. If I didn’t have some common [Read More]

D-Day
Politics

D-Day, T-Day, the Coup, and the Deep State

Here’s a big post offering a celebration of toxic masculinity, D-Day squared; two anti-Trump coup updates; and the deep state’s entanglement with the media. D-Day & Toxic Masculinity: Today is June 6.  Today we celebrate toxic masculinity — twice. One thing we celebrate today is the 75th anniversary of American, [Read More]

Virtue signaling St. Paul Minnesota
Politics

Virtue signaling in Minnesota should stay local

St. Paul, Minnesota, excels in Leftist virtue signaling — which would be fine if they’d keep it in Minnesota and not try to force it on the rest of us. A few days ago, I put up several photos showing the extreme virtue signaling that one finds in St. Paul, [Read More]

Coup attempt Brennan Comey Clapper
Politics

Progressives collude to prevent investigation of attempted coup

By resisting an investigation of the apparent attempted coup against Trump, Progressives reject a core Anglo-American doctrine that no one is above the law. By Wolf Howling The “collusion investigation” — 2+ years, $30+ million, and using all the investigative resources of government — is over.  Given the specificity and [Read More]

California San Francisco poop map
Politics

California turned this Democrat into a conservative

My California upbringing shows that people will cling to ideas long after the facts reveal those ideas are flawed — a scary thought for the 2020 election. I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, one of America’s bluest of blue regions; attended UC Berkeley, which once was the [Read More]

Images
Politics

Leftist politics and the power of visual images

Leftists know that people respond strongly to visual images and use them to great effect. If Republicans want to win, they need to start doing the same. A picture is worth a thousand words. — Newspaper/advertising adage. Some years ago, in a post I wrote about the Second Amendment, I [Read More]

Immigration, character, welfare, and economic destiny
Politics

Immigration, character, welfare, and economic destiny

America’s economic growth will benefit from an immigration policy that sees people with skills come to work, not to latch onto America’s welfare benefits. A few decades ago, when I was getting my history major at Cal, something very rare and special happened: I had a brilliant professor. Every lecture [Read More]

Academia Fetus Abortion Scott Adams
Social Issues

Abortion: the modern death cult that rejects Nature

By embracing today’s abortion Death Cult up to and including birth, the self-identified party of science and Nature rejects both science and Nature. Abortion is in the news again as some states legalize it up to the moment of birth while other states already have or are talking about limiting [Read More]

Spying FISA Memo Privacy
Nominations

Data collection, privacy, and being “un-personed”

In a pre-internet era, I worried mostly about losing privacy — and therefore losing face — locally; now, individuals lose privacy and face nationally. In 1986, I attended a lecture by Arthur R. Miller. The lawyers among you might recognize him as one of the two authors of Wright and [Read More]