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Transience and government

Reading Sarah Hoyt’s posts on government and Taking Over The GOP With Sane Americans got me thinking about local government, and particularly the way representative government for localities just doesn’t seem to work all that well in areas with high … Continue reading

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That isn’t double standards, it’s no standards at all

Via Insty Let us always remember that the reason liberal women think all men are pigs is because all their men ARE pigs. Liberal politics exists so that predators can have their victims self-select into a convenient group for easy pickings. And the … Continue reading

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Passing the Buck

Earlier this week I was pondering the inevitable totalitarian turn of the social welfare state – wherein Big Gulps get banned, no smoking in public, etc. – and the way that welfare programs turn into pathological dependency-propagating social viruses. Once … Continue reading

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Nonsense words

Poking about in my feedly, I ran across this Politico piece: “De Blasio’s nightmare”, by Maggie Haberman and Glenn Thrush. I don’t particularly care about the trials and tribulations of the mayor of any Democratic hellhole – and New York … Continue reading

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The problem of policing

Over the last few days there has been a prodigious number of pixels conscripted to the task of talking about police, and law, and how things go wrong. I shall collect a few posts: on Sarah Hoyt’s blog, Cedar Sanderson … Continue reading

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Voting this week

If you care about honesty in government, no matter what your philosophy is or what your stands are on any of the issues, you have to vote Republican. Because the press covers for Democrats. It’s not that the Republican Party isn’t full … Continue reading

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Social Entropy

I don’t remember exactly when it was that I realized everything I’d been taught in Civics was a lie – or rather, a myth that had never (quite) truly existed, and definitely did not exist at all for the entirety … Continue reading

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