Category Archives: censorship

Different Strokes for Different Folks

In the world in which we now live–where certain people are not allowed to speak or write about certain topics–it’s heartening to learn that even though some folks are silenced, others are not (but only because the silencers are confounded when it comes to treating these other folks the same way they treat the silenced folks).

Equity. It’s only a word. In this instance, it’s a blessing to us that equity isn’t being delivered to certain folks.

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A Quiz

This is a quiz as well as a presentation of an example of shameless gaslighting.

Who recently wrote the following in the Wall Street Journal? [emphasis added]

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Unmask, Mask, Unmask, Mask

Seriously. Make up your effing minds what “science” tells us.

First, Lord Fauci declared masks don’t work, but he later admitted that he was fibbing (risking lives) because the powers that be wanted to reserve PPE for health care workers.

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Misinformation

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It took a while, but I finally found someone who’s keeping a list of Joe Biden’s lies. Biden recently made this claim:

Look, the only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated.

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“Impeachment” 3.0


Tomorrow begins the third “impeachment” of President Donald J. Trump who, by the way, is now former President Trump, so how can he be “impeached?”

No matter to these clowns.

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It Goes Without Saying …

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And the Answer Is …

Our last post asked whether we would still have a constitutional Republic after January 6, 2021. The answer is

Who the hell knows?

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Here We Go Again?

The country is abuzz (or would be, sans partisan social media censorship) about the contents of a laptop and external hard drive that apparently belonged to former vice president Joseph Biden’s son Hunter and that have become the subject of a “bombshell” report by the New York Post.

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A Timely Reminder

Cleaning clutter, whiling away dreary locked-down hours, I ran across a little book, stored away among the effects of a small but mighty man, a legendary figure in our family, who fled to the U.S. as a political refugee during the early 1920s. His copy of the book, What Every Citizen Should Know, was printed in 1940, at the beginning of WWII, apparently a gift from a friend in the American Legion. I was particularly struck by the following two pages from the book.

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A Little Bird Tweets …

There has to be more to this story than meets the eye. Spidey senses tingle, but why remains to be seen. Twitter was allegedly “hacked” and the accounts of politicians, celebrities, philanthropists, and tech moguls, among others, were hijacked in an apparent cryptocurrency scam.

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