Politics

Maybe Biden was right about the grave threat of White supremacy in America

Using the left’s time-honored practice of redefining words to help their politics, I think Biden was right that America has a White supremacy problem. Because I write about politics for a living, I forced myself to watch Joe Biden’s entire address to Congress. You can see my general overview here. [Read More]

Politics

Idle thoughts of an idle blogger

I haven’t been posting on my blog but I’ve still been thinking about politics and world issues. This is a potpourri of those thoughts. Does anyone today remember Jerome K. Jerome? He was a Victorian-era author of whimsical books. I believe his best-known book was Three Men in a Boat, [Read More]

Economics

Modern Monetary Theory is taxation without representation

The Biden administration’s use of Modern Monetary Theory to create intentional inflation is a form of extreme taxation without representation. If you ask for the fancy definition, this is what you’ll see when you look up Modern Monetary Theory (MMT): MMT’s main tenets are that a government that issues its [Read More]

Ivy Leagues
Education

The inevitable consequence of the Ivy Leagues’ racist admission standards

You can’t interfere with a meritocracy and expect the results still to have merit — but that’s what the stupidly woke Ivy Leagues are doing. This is a slightly older story that I’ve been meaning to write about for a long time; namely, the Ivy League’s attempt to deny admission [Read More]

Social Issues

The wonders of leftist cognitive dissonance

It’s strange that, with full color, x-ray vision into the fetus’s world, leftists can both celebrate that view and still be pro-abortion. I grew up as a pro-abortion Democrat. I was unable to maintain that attitude when I saw the first ultrasound of my daughter at ten or eleven weeks [Read More]

Politics

The lessons we only learn through pain

Corporations funded the Democrat party and now openly push its policies. It’s time to give them a lesson in economic pain to make them stop. For anyone hoping that this is some weird S&M post, you’re at the wrong place. Instead, it’s about the fact that, while praising good behavior [Read More]

No Picture
Medicine

COVID19: Why Are Successful Treatments Being Ignored?

The video below of Dr. Peter McCullough speaking to the Texas Senate HHS Committee regarding his personal experiences treating COVID19 patients must be watched and shared.  A novice to social media, he explains to the Committee how he was driven by his desire to share his clinical knowledge in successfully [Read More]