Monthly Archives: September 2016

Solved Our Election Problems…Yer Welcome

Interior Cabinet Secretary John Smith has said the government will sponsor a Bill to bar hate-mongers from running in elections. Smith said the bill will empower the electoral commission to bar those found guilty of hate speech from seeking elective office.   “We plan … Continue reading

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Female Chess Players Will Need to Cover Up Next Year

  Iran is not an appropriate place for an international competition of any kind.  Like apartheid South Africa, or North Carolina, it should be treated as a vast wasteland of bigotry. [Kidding about NC.] I personally will be boycotting the … Continue reading

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Nobody Else Gives Him Anything but Horse Poop

Bill Schmalfeldt has filed an answer to John Hoge’s accusations in Hoge v. Kimberlin et al.  Unfortunately. Schmalfeldt’s response has to be compared to Hoge’s complaint in order to make sense.  There’s a page break in the original, but I moved … Continue reading

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News from the far side

Yes, I’m still out here on the road. As of tonight I will have as many days left to ride to Key West as I have written from Halifax to date. I’ve had a lot of different experiences – here’s … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

About the riots in Charlotte, NC: Give me a break. This is the de-evolution of man, something the godless should extol. No? Why not? Is this not the fruit of success when we say there are no moral absolutes? Why … Continue reading

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We’re Not Scaring Our Kids About Global Warming Enough

Says NPR.  A story Wednesday  morning featured a courageous teacher who decided to teach her students about the effects of Global Climate Change.   But first, the bad news: A study in the journal Science this spring found that half … Continue reading

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“Matt, that was an appropriately brutal and true depiction of events…”

John Hoge was the subject of an article in Breitbart Unmasked in March 2015.  This particular article contains certain allegations.  Since they’re not true, I’ll go ahead and leave them off this article. The response to the complaint is in … Continue reading

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A Rough Road Back

In the name of anti-discrimination, our freedoms diminish.   The Clairmont Institute’s Angelo M. Codevilla: (h/t Ace) What goes by the name “constitutional law” has been eclipsing the U.S. Constitution for a long time. But when the 1964 Civil Rights Act … Continue reading

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Freedom Does Not Just Mean Freedom to Worship

Shouldn’t places of worship be among the most free? I think freedom works best when people have choices.  Those choices allow us to make lousy decisions, as well as excellent ones.  Sometimes it takes a while to figure out which.  … Continue reading

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