A Message From The Editor…

A Message From The Editor…

Friends and subscribers, in the interest of spreading the joys of liberty farther and wider, I've started publishing content on Substack. This site will remain active, but not carry all new content, so please, if you've enjoyed what you've read here, please subscribe!...

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You Don’t Get It Back

You Don’t Get It Back

The latest inflation number was just announced. It's not pretty. Rather ugly, in fact. 6.8%, annualized, the biggest number in nearly 40 years. The Democrats, who are running the nation (into the ground, in the eyes of more and more based on plummeting poll numbers),...

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OJ’s Legacy

OJ’s Legacy

Or... The Continuing Irrelevance Of The Individual Jussie Smollett was convicted yesterday of five felonies relating to his (can we omit the "alleged" now?) staging of a hate-crime attack upon himself. No one who took an honest look at the facts of the matter is...

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In Defense of Trolling

In Defense of Trolling

Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida and probable Presidential aspirant, recently signed a set of bills banning the mandating of COVID vaccines by schools and businesses. That he did so in the town of Brandon, population 100K and nearly a 5 hour drive from the state...

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Some Lives Don’t Matter

Some Lives Don’t Matter

Consider this reaction to the Kyle Rittenhouse acquittal: 'if he were black, he'd be in jail.' Such a sentiment was voiced by many on the Left when they heard "not guilty on all counts." Let's look past the blind partisanship overriding the very obvious facts of the...

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The Bail Quandary

The Bail Quandary

About two and a half years ago, New York State, in a paroxysm of progressive beneficence, overhauled its cash bail system for those accused of crimes. For the past couple years, only those accused of violent felonies were required to post bail. The rest were simply...

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Rittenhouse and the Racists

Rittenhouse and the Racists

Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted on 5 counts of homicide yesterday. Good. He should never have been charged in the first place. An arms-length assessment of the facts, once the fog of biased and tendentious reporting got cleared, made that obvious. To all but the Left's...

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Green Oil

Green Oil

This morning's Wall Street Journal 10-Point included this tidbit: Royal Dutch Shell plans to consolidate its dual-share structure and move its headquarters to London to help it navigate the transition to low-carbon energy. It should be obvious to anyone who applies...

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21st Century Scalpers

21st Century Scalpers

The act of scalping (the cutting off of a part of a victim's scalp as a trophy, not the act of reselling event tickets at a large markup) has been part of human history for thousands of years, and only fell out of practice in the past century or two. It's a barbaric...

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Identity Trumps Science

Identity Trumps Science

Ponder this bit, from an article about how identity politics has infiltrated archaeology: [T]he archaeologist Bruce Bourque recently published a lengthy essay on Quillette about his attempts to decipher the genetic identity of an ancient maritime New England tribe...

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Responsibility To Protect

Responsibility To Protect

Much is being made of our "abandoning" Afghanistan (they abandoned us, when they did not "cowboy-up" to defend themselves, is how I see it). Well: Civilized world governments have a doctrine against assaults on human rights of the kind the Taliban make their mode:...

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The Rittenhouse Lesson

The Rittenhouse Lesson

Most of you know the story. Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17 year old resident of Illinois (and , armed himself with an AR-15 variant and drove over to neighboring Kenosha, WI, during a period of protests and unrest following the shooting of Jacob Blake by police. Rittenhouse...

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