Monthly Archives: September 2019

The Mainstream Media Sides with Its Tribe

Ezra Klein, editor at large of Vox, is calling for the Democrats to Impeach him, anyway, even if they can’t oust Trump, echoing Democratic house leader, Nancy Pelosi. Alexander Hamilton, the Constitution framer, writes [that impeachment is] meant for offenses … Continue reading

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Salon Calls Climate Skeptics Sexist

Salon proves the point that Greta Thunberg is being elevated as an expert on climate change–testifying before the US congress–because she can’t be criticized. According to Salon, criticizing Thunberg or Ocasio-Cortez is sexist: Misogyny, meet hypocrisy: Climate deniers go after … Continue reading

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Environmentalists Continue to Lie and Cry Wolf

According to the Guardian, Adaptation isn’t enough: We’ve got to throw everything at the climate crisis. Is this really a crisis, or merely propaganda? I’m going to examine their claims. When we’re faced with threats of inundation, our reaction has … Continue reading

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Canadian Election Polls

A great site for polling information for the upcoming federal election can be found at – Poll Analysis and Electoral Projections. The main page has seat (number of ridings won) projections as well as popular vote. You can drill … Continue reading

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End of Democracy Due to Loss of Elite Control?

The article The Shocking Paper Predicting the End of Democracy gives us a fascinating view into the mind of one of the global elite. The hypocrisy and lack of self awareness is frankly astonishing.   Everything was unfolding as it … Continue reading

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Norse Mythology: Grimnismol in Modern English

The fourth Eddic Poem in the Codex Regius, Grimnismol, tells the tail of two brothers and their dealings with Odin: King Hrauthung had two sons, one called Agnar, and the other Geirröd. When Agnar was ten years old and Geirröd eight, they … Continue reading

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Top 10 Horror Movies of the 90’s

Here are my top 10 horror movies of the 90’s. I used Horror Fandom’s Chronological List of Horror Films as a mnemonic aid. Unlike the 80’s, which were chock-a-block with great horror movies, the 90’s were a bit of a … Continue reading

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Study Blames Hypergamy for Low Marriage Rate

I’m going to comment on the article Why Are Marriage Rates Down? Study Blames Lack Of ‘Economically-Attractive’ Men. I’ve rarely seen an article that so clearly shows the hypergamous nature of most women today. Marriage rates have steadily declined over … Continue reading

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Feminism Fails to Fathom Men’s Reaction to #metoo

In November of 2017, I wrote an article titled Are Men Who Avoid Women at Work Being Childish? In it, I explained the obvious reasons why men had begun avoiding women. In summary, the definition of harassment had become fluid, and presumption … Continue reading

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