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Hodgepodge of News

A hodgepodge of stories that stood out recently. First, the Republican campaign flyers just write themselves, don’t they?

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1776!!!

At the risk of being accused of fomenting violence, We the People nevertheless proudly proclaim, “1776!”

Who knew before this week that referring to 1776–the year We the People declared our independence, citing our God-given rights–is nothing more than a “codeword” [sic] that calls for violence?

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Truths from a Scientific Expert

Dr. Robert Malone, the “father of mRNA vaccines,”is the subject of an article by Dr. Joseph Mercola, who points out, among other facts, how unethical is the current push to vaccinate all U.S. citizens.

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Happy Halloween Weekend

You know what? I don’t give a bat’s nether regions whether or not Halloween “marginalizes” anyone. It’s fun. It’s nostalgic. It’s at least a quasi-religious holiday that has special meaning to many. As such, it deserves respect. Halloween also has cultural connotations for certain ethnic groups and cultures. As such, it deserves respect–as much as Juneteenth, Ramadan, MLK Day, Cinco de Mayo, Chinese New Year, Diwali, and many other holidays, memorials, or celebrations. This, after all, is America, the melting pot of the world.

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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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The Silencing of James Woods

This past week, Twitter silenced James Woods–an outspoken, smart and often very funny conservative voice on social media. His crime? Retweeting and then commenting upon a satirical meme that very, very plausibly mocked the progressive left.

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The Right to Private Snapchats?

Recently, Google employee James Damore was fired for quite rationally and politely expressing his analysis, on a company-sponsored forum, of perceived biological differences between men and women. It seems that his comments did not comport with the politically correct views of Google’s management, so he was punished.

Now a similar issue has arisen in an private school in MO, where a group of students are under investigation by school administration for alleged “racist, profane and sexual” comments made in a private conversation on Snapchat.

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