All You Needed To Know

24 11 2015


BLM started it.

And it’s all over a violent felon who tried to steal a cop’s gun.

Sorry, other side, you really can’t get your KKK jollies off in this case, even though I know that won’t prevent you from trying.

Power of Snark

24 11 2015

St. Louis County

I snarked six days ago:

Well, forget about that.

These two non-entities are obviously cannibalizing themselves out of the race, even though it’s really questionable to think that they were ever in the race.  As you can read, Dixon decided yesterday, but I didn’t find out until this morning, to throw in the towel.  So, we are down to what was reality all along, that only Kindercare and Hanaway are credible, and unless either one of them disavows RTW, Koster can start measuring for drapes.

Otherwise, the only way these two can kiss and make up is if Brunner sends Greitens a box of handwipe bottles for Christmas.

And also, pray tell, why did they even want to meet at the Starbucks on Euclid and Maryland?  When the Coffee Cartel, right across the street, is way better and lighter on your wallet?  On second thought, Greitens should lay off the caffeine for awhile.

That’s What You Get

24 11 2015

Charlottesville, Virginia


That sound you hear is just about every neoreactionary snickering and saying, “that’s what you get,” that is, for that “all men are created equal” thing.  As if to say, petard hoisted own.

I’m just as NRx as anyone, but my view on this matter is more nuanced.  We know that when Thomas Jefferson wrote “all men are created equal,” he wasn’t thinking of everyone on Earth, especially not his own black slaves, and especially not the Barbary (Muslim) Pirates he combated as President, jumpstarting the development of the United States Navy to do so.  But I also know that actions have consequences, often very unintended consequences, and that nothing is beyond review or criticism.  Thomas Jefferson’s constructionism is meaningless to us now, and it is also irrelevant to people that use his phrase to justify all manners of egalitarian policy.  In other words, I don’t infer original intent from centuries-distant consequences, but I don’t ignore the modern day consequences because of the lack of their original intent.


24 11 2015

Amherst, Massachusetts


The Grievance Generation

Remember the campus unrest in the 1960s? Whether you agreed with the students or not, they were protesting about things of great consequence — like civil rights, or the military draft, or the Vietnam War. They had chants like “hell no, we won’t go.” Those were the good old days.

Now we are witnessing whiney college kids marching in the streets screaming obscenities or taking over the university president’s office for what? Feeling slighted? Having their feelings hurt? Talk about rebels without a cause.

Many of you would disagree with the notion that the late ’60s college mobs and the mid-2010s college mobs are really that different.

Who’s to blame for all of this? Alas, we are. The parents who caved in to every instant gratification demand they ever had, arranged “play dates,” for them, showered them with daily positive affirmation, and gave them time-outs rather than spankings. Our schools are to blame for labeling them “gifted and talented,” and awarding them towering trophies for finishing in 6th place so as not to damage their self-esteem. The college professors who corrupt their minds with hate-America ideology and now are the administrators who cave into their every petty demand.


Yes, I admit that these complaints are made of every generation. But this one seems seriously off and we made them this way. A generation that has grown up in more affluence and personal freedom than any other in history has been taught to hate the free enterprise wealth-creation process that gave them what they want in the first place. A generation that has been drilled since pre-kindergarten that the highest virtue in life is tolerance, has suddenly become the most intolerant in history.

In other words, Stephen Moore just contradicted himself.  The people that comprised the late 1960s college mobs are the parents of the people that comprise today’s college mobs.  Like I’ve been saying, the most spoiled problem-free narcissistic generation in history spawned precisely the generation that anyone could have predicted they would; as of the present time, Millennials are picking up where Baby Boomers left off.

But, hold on.  Change is coming.

Dear Millennial:  When your parents get too old to help you, that will be the time that we in Generation X take over.  And when you start in with your trademarked Millennial whining, “nyah nyah nyah nyah nyah problematic,” we’re going to fold our arms, give you the thousand yard stare, and respond with our own trademarked generational response:  “Whatever, as if I care about your fucking problems.”  That will be what forces you to grow up, even though it will mean when you do so, you’ll actually be more mature than we are, because we’ll still be stuck on comic books and video games.

Trump Goes There

24 11 2015


Fit, meet shan:

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is calling out Hillary Clinton for supporting a protective border wall around Israel while also opposing a protective wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Oy vey!

Trump is about to find out that hypocrisy is policy.


24 11 2015

Columbus, Ohio

Wait’ll BLM finds out who founded PP and why.

But that won’t matter until KKKrazy Glue loses its adhesiveness.

I thought the problem with Trump is that he is pro-abortion.

Thinking Past the Sale, Again

24 11 2015


We’ll sit here and argue about just how many Muslims in New Jersey cheered 9/11 on the day of 9/11, whether Trump actually saw them or not, or precisely how many he did see doing that, or if he’s being truthfully hyperbolic.

The point remains, the concept of Muslims cheering 9/11 is getting out there and being put on the table.


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