Elections

If Democrats didn’t have double standards, they’d have no standards

The Democrats’ “You’re stupid, so shut up” response to claims about election fraud are the apex of their double standards. We all remember the last four years: The public breakdowns, the “Trump is Hitler” garbage, the attempted coup, the “He’s not my president” crap, etc. And that was just Hillary. [Read More]

Democrats' virus
Politics

It’s not Covid-19; it’s not the Wuhan virus; it’s the Democrats’ virus

While the virus known as Covid-19 originated somewhere in China, if you want to know who weaponized it, the real culprits are the Democrats. One of the problems that the Democrats had going into 2020 was Trump’s refusal to be Hitler. Trump didn’t round-up Jews; he embraced them. Trump didn’t [Read More]

Election
Elections

The election: If you’ve got the coattails, you’ve got to have the coat

The fact that there is a red wave on the down-ballot votes in the swing states is all the proof you need that the Biden surge is a fraud. Initially, I thought it marginally possible that Americans, after the four-year, nonstop media drumbeat against Trump, combined with the media’s and [Read More]

Elections

Why you must help South Carolina’s Sen. Lindsey Graham

Democrats are pouring their money into defeating Lindsey Graham. Please donate to him if you can and, if you’re in S.C., vote for Graham. To be honest, before 2018, I never thought much of South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham. He was just another middle-of-the-road Republican with too many RINO tendencies and [Read More]

Flies
Politics

Democrats now worship flies

While most people want to disassociate themselves from flies, Democrats are behaving as if flies are their heroic avatars. Because humans are what they are, the fact that a fly briefly alighted on Mike Pence’s head during the vice presidential debate, the story was considered newsworthy. After all, flies are [Read More]

Politics

Barrett’s inevitability will stabilize the Supreme Court

A unanimous Supreme Court decision about voting rights bodes well for Barrett’s nomination and for post-election integrity and stability. The Supreme Court handed down an interesting ruling yesterday. The issue before it in Andino v. Middleton was whether the federal court could ignore the South Carolina legislature’s refusal to use [Read More]

Culture

Do Inaccurate Polls Abet Voter Fraud?

One of the reasons I believe that polling is so overblown, consider Hillary over Trump in 2016, Biden over Trump in 2020, is to mask, to a certain extent, voter fraud. We have been treated to, in recent times, reports of precincts where more votes were cast than the number [Read More]

Politics

Google is blacklisting little old me

We’re told that God’s “eye is on the sparrow,” because nothing is to small for him to see. Unfortunately, the same is true for Godless Google. Despite my having blogged for 16 years now, and having the best, smartest, most loyal readers in the blogosphere, the fact is that I [Read More]

Politics

Ruth Bader Ginsburg — first thoughts and Open Thread

I’m abandoning the rule about not speaking ill of the dead. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a politician in robes and we’re in a political season. Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died. These are my first, rough thoughts, and they’re not in any particular order. I’ve also skipped hyperlinks, although I’m pretty [Read More]