By: Mike McDaniel As I noted recently in Progressivism: Non-Falsifiable, progressives consider themselves to be intellectually superior to just about everyone, but particularly the peasants living their meaningless, aimless little lives in flyover country. The mere fact they are intellectually superior means they are, ipso facto, morally superior as well. Obviously, those holding advanced degrees through some magical process—perhaps osmosis?—are infused with an infallible moral sense.
With two days having elapsed since rioters disrupted Milo Yiannopoulos’s planned speech at UC Berkeley, using fire, pepper spray, sticks, fists, and feet in a successful effort to silence Milo, I’ve now got a bit of the distance I need to comment on the event. My conclusion is a simple [Read More]
Does Trump’s Mika tweet mean he’s gone too far or has this crazy fox raised a distraction that allows him to take care of other business? Opinions, please. This morning, Progressives and and stalwart #NeverTrumpers were outraged because of Trump’s Mika tweet: I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don’t [Read More]
Progressive unanimity can seem enviable because of the strength it projects, but it can also lead the way to madness and systemic collapse. If you’re old enough, you can remember back to 1981 when the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Kansas City suffered America’s deadliest, non-terrorist caused structural collapse, which killed [Read More]