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Winning with the Colonel

Here is one of those articles that is nearly impossible to shorten. Kurt Schlichter hits another home run. The Left is getting massively out-Alinskyed, and the hilarious thing is that this band of withered hippies, unemployable millennial safe-space cases, and unlovable + unshaven libfeminists don’t even know it. Oh, their masters sure know it. Soros […]

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The Jacksonian Revolt

We’ve said here often that most Europeans simply misunderstand Americans. That is true, and it is also true that Britons do better than most at understanding us, which is reasonable, given that we sprang as a nation from Brittania’s brow. Walter Russel Mead undertook in Foreign Affairs to explain how Trump arose. I think he gets […]

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Kellyanne Conway becomes First Woman to Win Presidency!

Eventually, I’ll have something more to say about the election but, I simply didn’t believe Trump had much chance, and so I didn’t have my thoughts ordered. In fact, 2012 rather demoralized me, more than I knew, and nothing since has lifted that gloom. Your mileage may differ, but I bet I’m not alone. Meantime, […]

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Maintaining the Dream

John Stuart Mill said … the very principle of constitutional government requires it to be assumed, that political power will be abused to promote the particular purposes of the holder; not because it always is so, but because such is the natural tendency of things… And that’s the thing, isn’t it? One of the reasons […]

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Judge dismisses anti-gun lawsuit but the war on our rights continues

On December 14, 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza fatally shot 20 children between the ages of six-years-old and seven-years-old along with six adult staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Prior to the school shootings, Lanza had also murdered his mother.…

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Trying to Form a More Perfect Union

This morning at the Watchtower, Chalcedon started his post with this: Democracy is boring. It involves discussing things in representative assemblies – aka ‘talking shops’; it means compromises – aka ‘fudging things’; it involves not always getting what you want  – aka ‘selling out’. Do go and read it, I’ll wait for you, and this […]

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Christian Conservatives who own guns have different attitudes than those who do not

To some people, the idea of Christians owning guns seems like a contradiction. However, a new national survey of Christian conservatives shows that millions of them not only own guns, but pray for peace and the nation’s political leaders each…

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Christian Conservatives who own guns have different attitudes than those who do not

To some people, the idea of Christians owning guns seems like a contradiction. However, a new national survey of Christian conservatives shows that millions of them not only own guns, but pray for peace and the nation’s political leaders each…

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Thoughts On Z-Blog’s “On Being Revolting In The Modern Age”

This has been on my mind, as well. From the Adaptive Curmudgeon. Still here? OK then I’ll start. The Z-Blog posted wise thoughts in On Being Revolting in the Modern Age: “Certainly voting for Trump sends a message, but messages need a sender and a receiver. If the people on the other end refuse to acknowledge the message being […]

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Why We Hate You: Guest Post by ISIL

Seems to be a lot of discussion about this. How about we simply do them the courtesy to read what they say. They’re not, after all, hiding it. Shortly following the blessed attack on a sodomite, Crusader nightclub by the mujahid Omar Mateen, American politicians were quick to jump into the spotlight and denounce the […]

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Gun Owners Least Likely Criminals, Report Finds

There is nothing here that we didn’t know, but like many of you, I find myself repeated these things ad nauseum, not because the left will suddenly realize the truth, but because there is still the ‘great middle’ of people who may be influenced. In any case, […] With about 685,464 full-time police officers in the U.S. from […]

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Girls with Guns

There was lots of hurt flying around liberal circles this weekend, after Virginia Thrasher a nineteen-year-old from Virginia, won the first Gold of the Olympics, in the 10 meter Air Rifle. According to the Blaze, Miss Thrasher shot 10.5 on her first shot of the final elimination round and smiled after 10.4 on her second shot […]

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TSA: Terrorists Seeking Access

You know, I could just about, maybe, kind of, sort of, understand the unwarranted, and unwarrantable intrusions into our persons and possessions of the TSA, if they had any record at all of reducing terrorism. The thing is, they don’t. It’s pure theater of the absurd, the only purpose of which is evident, is to […]

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Obama’s ATF calls for national data base of gun owners

Barack Hussein Obama has been a consistent opponent of our constitutional right under the Second Amendment to keep and bear arms. And ever since his administration put its “X” on the dotted line of the United Nation’s Arms Trade Treaty–which…

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The reasons why the globalists are destined to lose

This is quite interesting. I’m not sure if I completely follow his reasoning (I think I do in the main). His supposition comes down to the old one that there is something innate in human beings to seek after liberty, which is I think, beyond rational debate. So, read carefully, it is a bit dense […]

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Guns, Islam, and Orlando, and a note on Brexit

A note if you haven’t heard: Brexit won, everywhere but London, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, and fairly decisively. I’m not going to say any more because Jess and I both cared very much about this, and we disagreed, and we agreed not to gloat, whoever won. So, while we all catch our breath, perhaps some […]

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Trump campaign: Do we really need the Second Amendment?

The total disregard by liberals in both parties of our constitutional right to keep and bear arms has been on blatant display for years, but the intensity has picked up dramatically in the aftermath of the Orlando mass shooting by…

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McConnell voiding the Constitution using Rahm Emanuel playbook

Rahm Emanuel, Obama’s former Chief of Staff and the current mayor of what many consider the Murder Capitol of the U.S., once credited his success at getting unpopular legislation passed to his ability to take bad news and turn it…

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McConnell voiding the Constitution using Rahm Emanuel playbook

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