Monthly Archives for December 2012
TweetThat is, to the extent it’s possible. Take solace in family and friends and know that you won’t be alone in your sufferings. It’s barely 8:45 am here, and I’m already drinking. Take that as a sign. Also, I’m going … Continue reading
TweetSo argues Louis Michael Seidman, who, as is routine with progressives from Woodrow Wilson onward, is gracious enough to keep the parts of the Constitution he likes, but bemoans the very checks and balances that serve to protect individuals from … Continue reading
TweetIn the comment thread to this post I brought up Dinesh D’Souza’s 2010 book, The Roots of Obama’s Rage, which D’Souza touts as a theory of Barack Obama that works. It does, in my opinion, do a very effective job. … Continue reading
TweetReading through several emails I received this morning it occurred to me that, though each note addressed a disparate bit of leftist dogma, in the aggregate the emails were essentially talking to one another — combining to draw a picture … Continue reading
Oakland, CA, knows its priorities — while 130 homicides to date for 2012, focus to be multi-gender indoctrination of grade-schoolers [Darleen Click]
TweetWhere Union animals are more equal than others. The California Supreme Court upheld two state laws Thursday that permit labor unions to picket on privately owned property at store entrances. The two state laws, which specifically prevent courts from interfering … Continue reading
Tweet“No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government” — Thomas … Continue reading
TweetLanguage matters. Who knew? New research shows how support for a generally liked policy can be significantly lowered, simply by associating it with a group seen as “radical” or “extreme.” In one experiment, researchers found that people expressed higher levels … Continue reading
TweetQuick. Somebody alert Professor Kiteley so he can ostentatiously distance himself from such eliminationist rhetoric. Then tell him he owes me an apology. Because of the prescience.
TweetWell, that title may be misleading. Because the ammo that was once available has been bought up by somebody. And those somebodies aren’t fixing to run out of ammo any time soon, is my guess. Still, I take your point.