November 19, 2017
Israel

A Mediterranean tragicomedy in two acts and with no comments

November 2, 2017 Snoopy 0

Act1: Tragedy The IDF Spokesperson‘s Unit confirmed on Monday that the Southern Command carried out a scheduled detonation aimed at destroying a new terrorist tunnel which was in the process of being built. The tunnel was located near the border fence with Gaza, near the South Gaza city of Khan [Read More]

Nominations

No more borders? Imagine that…

October 22, 2017 Snoopy 0

Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion, too I guess I don’t have to comment or interpret these words, everyone and his cat know where it comes from. Let’s all pray for the New World Order where nations, prejudices, [Read More]

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Science Points the Way to Antifa’s Achilles Heel

August 26, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

Vassar Bushmills There is more than one level to Antifa activists. Many are for-hire initiates who join the ranks to vicariously sate their appetites, much like screaming girls on the rope line at a Beatles event, “groupies”, while a few more-experienced shock troops, with a few campaigns under their belts are poking people with pikes with nails in them, [Read More]

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New York Times: Layers of Editors And Fact Checkers

August 8, 2017 1willford 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]

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Policing: Dangerous Missouri Tomatoes

August 5, 2017 1willford 1

By: Mike McDaniel    It is fashionable these days to broadly attack “the police,” as though police agencies are monolithic, walking in lockstep, working under the same polices, laws and conventions. While all such agencies share certain similarities, such as being sworn to enforce the laws of their jurisdiction and [Read More]

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Justine Damond: A Fishing Expedition II

August 4, 2017 1willford 0

By: Mike McDaniel   In Update 7: The BCA–Gone Fishin’, I wrote of the apparent problems in two search warrants served by the BCA the morning after Justine Damond’s shooting by Minneapolis PD Officer Mohamed Noor, a Somali immigrant much lauded by Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and the local Democrat political establishment. [Read More]

Culture

Into the Penalty Box for Subverting the Narrative?

August 1, 2017 Patrick O'Hannigan 1

Careful observers of politics and culture usually learn how to spot the dominant narrative, which is a set of presumptions influencing how most of the top-tier actors in the “infotainment” complex see the world (not coincidentally, professional influencers expect the rest of us to share their presumptions, because they sleep [Read More]

Nominations

Smart Guns: You Can’t Fix Stupid

July 31, 2017 1willford 0

I have written about so-called “smart gun” technology from time to time. I’ve taken to the keyboard whenever someone thought they’d invented the holy grail of such guns, whenever a legislator was trying to mandate them, or whenever a leftist reporter (I know: redundant) was wailing about the evil NRA [Read More]

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Fascist Starbuck’s Attack!

July 13, 2017 1willford 1

In June of 2017 I wrote Starbuck’s: They Don’t Stand With America, which was the tale of Kayla Hart, who committed the grievous social justice crime of ordering coffee in a Starbuck’s while wearing a Donald Trump t-shirt. For her appalling inhumanity, the intellectual giants serving coffee laughed at her, and [Read More]

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Spanish civil war and human “Anti-Zionist” garbage

July 2, 2017 Snoopy 2

There is nothing new in the notion that for a raving anti-Semite in the usual anti-Zionist guise nothing is sacred. As nothing is new in the notion that the British Labour party has lately become a welcoming safe harbor for this thriving mob of progressive thinkers. For full disclosure: my [Read More]

Government

Unprecedented Ice: I’m A Denier

June 21, 2017 1willford 1

Oh, this is just too good. Back in 2014, I wrote Icebreaker Irony, which was, well, very ironic. Here’s a sample: Every now and again, a story comes along so filled with ironic goodness that I spend days chuckling whenever I think of it, and particularly, whenever I think of the [Read More]

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