Category Archives: culture & philosophy

The Press is revolting

From sucklings to weanees White House journalists are creating an alternative system for distributing their media “pool” reports in response to the Obama administration’s involvement in approving and disapproving certain content in official reports. A small group of reporters initiated an online forum this month in which they shared “pool” information among themselves, without White [...]

multiculturalism

Not all cultures are compatible with the 21stC, modern civilization, reality, or freedom. Kevani Kanda was just six years old when her family accused her of being a witch. She was being molested by a relative and the trauma made her wet the bed and sleepwalk. But instead of trying to find out what was [...]

the math …

Do it. 1000W blower, 130W solar panel ~ vid ~ Yep, let’s place civilization’s future in the hands of enlightened, caring, reality-challenged Greendweebs. ________ Cultural ref

… present company excepted, of course.

C’monnnn, you people aren’t even tryin‘! They’ll type vicious insults, make nonsensical arguments and finish up with a mocking, “U mad bro?” “Trolls” have plagued the comments sections of websites since the dawn of the modern Internet — feminist website Jezebel was recently infested by commenters posting images of violent pornography, and YouTube’s comments section [...]

poivoited sexual identificationalityism

What could possibly go wrong? A transgender teenager, who was born male but identifies as a female, can continue to use a women’s restroom and locker room at a Jefferson County Public School. In a 5-to-1 vote, an appeal board upheld Atherton High School’s nondiscrimination policy Thursday, which states the school must accept the gender [...]

judge needs a 1.5×3.5 upside the head

The litigation racket is a self-licking ice cream cone: Lowe’s has new rules regarding how it can label building products in California. A Superior Court judge laid out terms by which the retailer must advertise its 2x4s and other dimensional materials in a $1.6 million settlement order and final judgement …. The order, brought on [...]

today’s sage advice

I highly recommend you listen to this 9-1-1 exchange about a brave lady’s actions during a home invasion. Here are a few significant points from this “teachable moment” that you’ll hear from any person-defense instructor (and have probably heard from me before): 1) If you can’t escape, arm yourself, and go to a defensible position [...]

Labor Day shoutout

~ more ~ Just wanted to say “thanks” to those who don’t have the holiday off: Those who kept the invaders, murderers, thieves, psychos, barbarians, and wolves off my doorstep; Those who kept the power, cable, water, and sewage flowin’, so I can live better than kings did with all their slaves, drudges, and work [...]

Today’s sage advice

Don’t listen to Joe Biden. But if you do, feel free to use him as an expert firearms witness. [A] Washington State resident, was charged with a misdemeanor for “illegally discharging a firearm.” [In 2013, he] plead “not guilty” to the charge. This week, a few days before his jury trial was about to begin, [...]

Preach it, bruh

This, brothers and sisters, is one of the finest fire & brimstone sermons I have ever heard. Heckfire, son, it’s almost Shakespearean in its allegorical scope and turn of phrase. And without a teleprompter, too. ~ vid & story ~More, please. That’s goin’ into my Top-Ten Rants for both content and style. (What? Mmmm, wellll [...]