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Brazilians are Apparently Warming to Gun Rights

Strange things happen when promises of gun control equating to increased safety fail to materialize.  Such is the situation today in the world’s murder capital of Brazil: Desperate Brazilians are wondering whether they’d be better off armed, given that around 60,000 of their compatriots are killed each year.  Polls show support for gun ownership gaining […]

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I Thought Hillary Did Not Need the Patriarchy?

It looks to me like she needs it more than most.  I mean, she really needs the Patriarchy’s grip. (Source: The American Mirror)

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Why Democrats are So Focused on Immigration

Recently, the President allegedly made a rhetorical remark regarding “sh-thole countries” during closed-door meetings with lawmakers concerning current and prospective US immigration policy.  As is the norm politically, those seeking to make political hay swiftly met this alleged remark with a swirl of fake outrage and virtue signaling.  (Incidentally, is it inaccurate to describe a […]

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This is Why Democrats Continue to Lose

(Source) (The original Twitter post has subsequently been removed, strangely enough.)   Over 1,000 federal and state legislative and executive offices lost, and counting: no substance; no ideas.  Just revealing and tiresome obsessions with identity politics, psychological projection, double-standards, fear-mongering, and political violence.     UPDATE (8 Novemer 2017):  Welp.  Who knows how much of […]

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If You Are Choosing Sides in Charlottesville, You Are Part of the Problem

There is plenty of blame to go around, for those interested at all in the truth: from the police, who were clearly and purposefully derelict of duty; and the ignorant, bigoted protesters who seek to drum up contention and conflict for their own ends; to the domestic terrorists who seem to always show up looking […]

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How the Mainstream Media Continues to Cultivate an Untrustworthy Image

Recently, the University of Missouri’s Reynolds Journalism Institute conducted a relatively large survey seeking to quantitatively determine which news organizations Americans trust.  Unsurprisingly, CNN fell squarely within the “Least Trusted” category of outcomes.  Even more recently, CNN exemplified why. First, the brief background context. In July, a Google employee named James Damore drafted a memorandum […]

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The GOP is a Fraudulent Organization

And, as with other organizations (e.g., corporations and unions), it should be held legally responsible for this wanton fraud.  That is what Virginia Republican donor Bob Heghmann is seeking to do.  Last week, he filed suit alleging fraud and racketeering against the State and federal GOP, asserting they knowingly solicited millions in donations in exchange […]

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