Category Archives: Jurisprudence

Don’t Be a Climate Denier

Don’t let them label you a skeptic, either. That’s just another syntactical ploy to steer away from the truth of the matter. Be an accuser. Be a punisher. Climate alarm and carbon-blaming is a theft scheme, a fraud, a scam, … Continue reading

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Israeli and World Geography

I offer this small geographic note to any among my legion of fans who might for whatever reason find themselves in a friendly, open, intellectual exchange regarding the country of Israel and its future. I ask that you begin your … Continue reading

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Journalist Schmernalist

The Epoch Times has an article about Steve Baker, journalist arrested for some trumped up somethingorother related to the Jan 6 not-an-insurrection. Steve Baker, on the Jan. 6 Front Lines and in the DOJ’s Crosshairs | The Epoch Times Worth … Continue reading

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Politics is the Killing Machine

At this moment, while you scroll your Devil Brick, or peruse your PC, who can end your life legally? Or at least end your life with impunity. Certainly your doctor who can prescribe life altering drugs that have lethal outcome … Continue reading

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The SOTU

Joe gave a speech last night and I thought he got through it pretty well, cognitively speaking. The speech writer is no Shakespeare, but even there we need to give some leeway since these things tend to be hierarchical checklists … Continue reading

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Colorado’s Progressive Lawfare

A good day for a political comment on things political. It’s Super Tuesday and it’s the day after the day before Super Tuesday. That is, the day after the Supreme Court of the United States published an emergency 9-0 ruling … Continue reading

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Worrisome news

If you have not become aware of Seymour Hersh’s expose in which he accuses the United States government of blowing up the Nord Stream pipeline, you’ll want to check that out. If true, not good, and we need to find … Continue reading

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Regarding the Colombians’ rejection of the FARC – Santos accords

About the Colombian voters rejecting peace.  I notice the New York times published at least one article decrying the failure of democracy over this, and it seems that almost all of the news commentary is dismayed at the result.  And … Continue reading

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