Category Archives: politics

The Weakness of Denial

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Versus the Strength of Introspection. There aren’t a lot of people in the media I could ever say I’ve been a fan of. In fact, there aren’t many I’d even tolerate. Over the last ten years it has become much worse — maybe they changed, or maybe I did. But I certainly notice the thinly veiled contempt they have for… Read more »

Conventional Wisdom and Scared Leftists.

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Still Not Playing Nice. First, let’s look at the scared leftists. This is the shorter bit of the post: Leftists right now are shrieking with rage, anger, and fear all across social media and occasionally traditional media. Reports are that various groups are “afraid.” There is a great deal of wailing and gnashing of teeth going on, and I’d like… Read more »

We Did It, & Go Fuck Yourselves

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I will not be conciliatory. If you want that, go somewhere the fuck else. As you know by now, Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States. Ding, Dong, the witch is dead. Congratulations, President-Elect Trump, Mike Pence, Trump’s family and staff, Trump voters and supporters, and America: the long national nightmare will end on January 20th,… Read more »


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Truth in the Fog of Media The media over the last two days has been a hilarious, screeching ball of nutbags. They’ve been giving extra time to Clinton surrogates and now, after mocking Trump for his conspiracy theories, they are engaged in their own. Here’s what we know: – Hillary used a private e-mail server. This violated at the very… Read more »

A New Wind

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Trump is going to win, and here’s why: – “Crowd size doesn’t matter” wasn’t true eight years ago. Trump has a ton of people showing up everywhere he goes. Pence draws bigger crowds than Hillary and Kaine combined. – “Yard signs don’t matter” wasn’t true eight years ago. These two combined show a ton of enthusiasm for Trump: that wasn’t… Read more »

The System

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You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to see it Let’s leave aside Donald Trump and claims of rigged elections for this discussion, and talk about the heart of why people believe it when he makes that claim. When was the last time a great number of people actually liked the candidates for president? I don’t mean their own… Read more »

Trump Tape & Debate Thoughts

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Buckle Up Before I talk about the debate, I want to address the Trump Tape. Briefly: the dude went on Howard Stern many times, as a private citizen, and spoke of all sorts of sexual stuff. This should surprise nobody, and the pearl-clutching, moralistic hypocrites and pantywaists in Never Trump ought to very well be ashamed of their stupid behavior…. Read more »

Debate One

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The coverage during the post-debate haze has been interesting to say the least. Trump people who feel the man lost, feel he lost because he pulled too many punches. Clinton people feel he didn’t pull enough and came across like a wild man. The media thinks the media are all quite handsome and wise. On the one hand, I don’t… Read more »

Quick Hits: “White People”, the NFL, Skittles

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Oh boy I’ll start with skittles. Apparently this analogy angers the crap out of progessional victims, thin-skinned morons, and the press. But I repeat myself. I’m sure it also touches on victim blaming somehow. But look: if you know something has a risk, you minimize that risk. I know that bullets come out of my gun so I don’t look… Read more »


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Who you callin’ deplorable? This week has been long, and it’s only Tuesday. I might be a bit short. I might be a bit acidic — I might channel the ol’ Acidman. Because this is some bullshit. It’s no coincidence that within a week of Clinton saying that around thirty-million Americans are deplorable (or, belong in a basket thereof) —… Read more »