Category Archives: socialism
Always a good thing to remember, in spite of all the loud and loony detractors of the United States military services. There has never been the like of it.
Very impressive sight from cousin Pavel’s front porch… That’s a comms tower/restaurant/hotel combo on top, with ski slopes below. They built the tower during the socialist era at significant cost, but it’s all analog. They never converted it to digital, … Continue reading →
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook tragedy, a nationwide hate propaganda campaign against gun ownership exploded. Community organizers of every stripe opened their oral cavities wide, demanding instant action on this and that, calling everyone not of their ranks … Continue reading →
You know you love it. You know you want it. And if you don’t, you are a racist. Just ask (Sékou) Touré to add opposition to Obamacare to his ever-growing list of things that constitute racism.
I was recently asked the following question: Why do you like Romney so much? And my answer, finally, after almost a month of cogitating, is as follows: This is a complicated question, but definitely one worth answering. Let me start … Continue reading →
Crimes against humanity. That is a phrase much overused these days, usually to the detriment of the victims of genuine such crimes, whose tragedies are trivialized by being lumped together with lesser ones and/or mere stupid things. But let me … Continue reading →
I recently posted an admiring missive about a Jackson County School District No. 4 gauleiter firing a bus driver who refused to remove a Confederate flag with the word Redneck from his truck which he parked on school property (h/t … Continue reading →
In 2011, Oregon’s Jackson County School District No. 4 fired a bus driver, one Ken Webber, because Webber refused to remove a Confederate flag with the word Redneck from his truck which he parked on school property (h/t Jewish World … Continue reading →
I thought I’d rerun this rant from November 2011. I have been thinking about a couple of progressive concepts that the Obama regime is likely to employ as a temporary way to feed its spending addiction. (I say “temporary” because … Continue reading →
On Friday, the 13th of this July, thus spake Obama in Roanoke, Virginia: “And when I think about that first campaign, what strikes me is no matter where I went, no matter who I was talking to, I could see … Continue reading →