Author Archives: Dave Alexander (formerly ukuleledave)

Total Victory in Civil and Twitter Courts Anticipated


As many of you know, I have been vexed by nefarious vexers who refuse to surrender to my superior intellect. Until now. I have found a court decision which will vindicate me, and allow me to smite the unholy rabble.* … Continue reading

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So, I Can’t Do WHAT?


The Washington Post has an article on Senate Bill 720. Dumb doesn’t cover it. From the Congressional website, part of the summary. The bill prohibits U.S. persons engaged in interstate or foreign commerce from: requesting the imposition of any boycott … Continue reading

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Stranahan: DNC Involved in Kimberlin Plot to Buy Anti-Trump Documents


Remember those fake Trump documents which turned out costing Brett Kimberlin thousands? Lee Stranahan is looking closely at the whole situation. Link   Alexandra Chalupa, the former Clinton White House staffer and DNC operative at the center of the Ukrainian … Continue reading

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Now Google is Just Being Creepy


No. Not today.  It was a a while ago. I really didn’t need Google reminding me of all they know about me.

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I Tweeked


Man, I hope that’s not a sexy dance. I hope the site is easier to read. I also changed the order of the masthead, and discover that there’s room for another name up top. Maybe two. HR office is right … Continue reading

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Why the Schmalfeldt and Kimberlin Issues are First Amendment Conflicts


Too long? Won’t read? Scan down to the blue paragraph. The Brett Kimberlin and Bill Schmalfeldt situations are basically First Amendment issues. I believe that they are both public individuals with thin skins, and a warped idea of what others … Continue reading

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I Wish I Had Written This


And also the words before and after… Those on the left tend to point to the Supreme Court case Chaplinsky Vs. New Hampshire as the example of how hate speech is limited due to the court’s interpretation of “fighting words”. This view … Continue reading

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