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The Outcome of Allowing Censorship

Another day, another article in the Guardian addressing censorship. This time, Nick Cohen of The Observer is somewhat more lucid as he declares that The spectre of censorship and intolerance stalks today’s left. The task that appears most urgent today … Continue reading

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Hypocrites Sign Open Letter Against Cancel Culture

I’m going to comment on A Letter on Justice and Open Debate published in Harper’s and signed by some big name hypocrites including J.K. Rowling and Farid Zakaria. Some of these folks have egged on the cancellation of people who’s … Continue reading

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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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Mashable Attacks Red Pill Men

Mashable has a new article Exploring the toxic world of ‘female privilege’, which is a hit piece on the Red Pill Men’s movement. I will say up front that I am not a member of the men’s movement, nor am … Continue reading

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Madeleine Albright Bewails the End of Globalism

The Guardian fawns over Madeliene Albright in a long article titled Madeleine Albright: ‘The things that are happening are genuinely, seriously bad’. I’m going to comment on the parts that I found interesting. [Albright’s new book] Fascism: A Warning is a cry of … Continue reading

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Guardian Shill Attacks Susan Sarandon

OK, the US Democrats were salty when Sarandon endorsed the Green party in the 2016 election. Why is a columnist for the UK’s leftist newspaper The Guardian still upset, and delusionally crying Protest all you like, Susan Sarandon; in effect … Continue reading

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Do Porn Stars Deserve Respect?

The media is upset as Giuliani slams Stormy Daniels: “I don’t respect a porn star the way I respect a career woman”. Is he wrong to say this? [Giuliani] went on to swipe at Daniels’s work in pornography and emphasize … Continue reading

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Money in Politics: The One Issue That Matters

On August 25, 2015, the New York Times posted the article “Donald Trump, the Green Lantern Candidate” by Brendan Nyhan (@BrendanNyhan), a political scientist and assistant professor at Dartmouth. It continues to be cited today. This article perfectly illustrates the … Continue reading

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Synopsis of “Crippled America”

I just finished Donald Trump’s latest book, “Crippled America”, where he lays out the platform of his presidential campaign. If you’ve seen his debate performances and interviews, there isn’t a whole lot of new material in the book, but it … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The Art of the Deal”

* * * B With all the coverage of Donald Trump in the media, I thought I’d read his business book, “The Art of the Deal”. The book is very anecdotal, covering many projects he’s worked on, from buildings in … Continue reading

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