Monthly Archives: May 2010

Memorial Day

What a thing it is, to give your life as a soldier for the United States of America. It is such a great giving that no one can repay it, except perhaps by loving this great place with a promise … Continue reading

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Witness

I think that America, and I mean America America, not the prospective perversion of it warming in the statist ovens, will survive. But Billy Beck does not think it will survive, and he stands further back from the scene with … Continue reading

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“…and even that self-absorbed twerp Woody Allen”

You can only please me when you write a line like that. It’s from The Anchoress as quoted and properly framed by Mike Soja on the subject of the progressive desire for progressing on to dictatorship. The long known perversion … Continue reading

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After decades of preparation, the anti-American President presides

The Left worked through academentia, through its media salons, through its sniffs and conceits, through its exhausted disdain for Americans themselves, through deep liars like Chomsky and cracker-barrel Marxists like Zinn. Finally, the stage was set. The perfect storm blew. … Continue reading

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Rand Paul and the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Rand Paul just won the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky. He’s the son of Texas Congressman Ron Paul. Both are libertarians. Other than being Ron Paul’s son and a libertarian I don’t know much about Rand Paul, … Continue reading

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Beck’s take on the Rand Paul ’64 Civil Rights Act interjection

Truthfully, I’ve never read the ’64 Civil Rights Act, which was certainly a monumental piece of legislation that principally took away the power of state governments to legally segregate their own public institutions. Rand Paul’s libertarian point (I’m assuming some … Continue reading

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Weird fake on his way to Senate from Connecticut

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, who falsely claimed before an audience that he had served in Vietnam, was handed the Democratic nomination for Chris Dodd’s seat in the U.S. Senate. Dodd isn’t running again because voters in Connecticut are tired … Continue reading

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You can’t do that to Sandy Bullock, asshole, not for some skank

She’s sweet as pie, you jerk.

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That’s the scientific consensus, too

Billy Beck laments his absence. What’s been holding the maestro back?

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Claire Berlinski takes a punch, and then throws one

What I loved about the old Usenet battlespace was that the original subject of a post was never much compared to the barroom brawl that followed. You would have to go back to some of those crazy fights in old … Continue reading

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The Journey to Crappertown

I knew there was something skeezy about this guy: At a ceremony honoring veterans and senior citizens who sent presents to soldiers overseas, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut rose and spoke of an earlier time in his life. “We … Continue reading

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Tomorrow is the vote on the New Paltz school budget

The vote will take place at the New Paltz High School on South Putt Corners Road. The voting hours are 12 Noon to 9:00 P.M. A “No” vote gets you a 2% increase on the average school tax bill. A … Continue reading

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Bud Abbott, where are you now

My revelation for today is that Bud Abbott was the really funny one, much funnier than Lou Costello. To walk through it all with that long straight face and seemingly never notice the craziness. Now that was funny. I finally … Continue reading

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When libertarians shower with liberal premises they talk a lot like Rockefeller Republicans

Like country clubbers blowing smoke up their own assess, arguing with strawmen, ignoring facts, categories, and meaning, choosing exemplars that don’t pass the smell test, using the bait and switch (mostly on themselves), and worst of all trying to show … Continue reading

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The ‘elemental thesis’ of ‘Corpse in Armor’

As observed by the most dangerous man in America: There is an elemental thesis to this book, which is that world socialism was happy to have Islamist terrorism as an ally against America. I heartily agree. This is the largest … Continue reading

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The predominance of Shodham and Givermore

The two high sodoms for the gomorrah sects. Or the pinnacle of variations on Theme One from Handel’s We Own You chorus. Mike has the details. My only quibble would be to put an X5, at least, on the tail … Continue reading

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