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Sen. Schumer: Trump’s rival?

Years ago, the joke was that the most dangerous place to be in Washington, DC was between Sen. Schumer and either a microphone or a TV camera. The truth is that he’s a politician with an oversized ego (by politicians’ standards) who’s about to get trampled by a guy with a 140-character megaphone. Sen. Schumer […]

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Inquisition Against ‘Climate Change Disbelievers’: and More

Something here that we, and the Brits, had best start thinking about, read the articles, and then we’ll talk. Beginning in 1478, the Spanish Inquisition systematically silenced any citizen who held views that did not align with the king’s. Using the powerful arm of the government, the grand inquisitor, Tomas de Torquemada, and his henchmen […]

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Surprise! KITTENS!

Three weeks ago, our dogs had puppies. One year ago, as some readers may recall, hubby rescued two feral kittens from getting crushed by construction equipment at his job. The kittens, Sky and Slatey, have grown up. Slatey got big, and we thought (hoped) that Sky had simply gotten fat. Yesterday, Sky showed us that … Continue reading Surprise! KITTENS!

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Did Twitter URL Ban Bare Naked Islam?

What’s more damaging to the ability to share politically incorrect news than “shadow bans” and shutting down accounts of right-wing bloggers? How about banning a blogger’s URL so nobody can share links to thought criminal bloggers’ posts on social media? The counter-jihad blog BareNakedIslam has apparently been URL banned by Twitter; if you don’t believe … Continue reading Did Twitter URL Ban Bare Naked Islam?

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A Clerk of Oxford: Blogging, Academia, and Aspiration

One of the consequences of my friendship with Jessica is that I have been brought in touch with a fairly wide cross-section of British historians (and such). Mind you, I know only a few of them well, and a couple have become close friends but, I see a good bit of their public work. Frankly, […]

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ADD browsing, or – How I went from Dead Terrorists to BBQ’d Bacon Bombs

Is was innocent enough, a bunch of ISIS terrorists thought Americans would be quaking in their bunkers when they started tweeting what they hoped (dreamed) they could do to us here in the United States. Seriously? I mean, not even with … Continue reading

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Merica, Yeah!!!

Couple of things left over from the holiday. This speak (loudly and brashly) about how we feel about America. Enjoy, I surely did. Do note these are NSFW Yeah, Buzzfeed, I know, but you’re going to like this one via The 26 Most American Comebacks In The History Of The World And from Ace: America, bitches.I was […]

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Merica, Yeah!!!

Couple of things left over from the holiday. This speak (loudly and brashly) about how we feel about America. Enjoy, I surely did. Do note these are NSFW Yeah, Buzzfeed, I know, but you’re going to like this one via The 26 Most American Comebacks In The History Of The World And from Ace: America, bitches.I was […]

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ICYMI – Sharyl Attkisson on the history of the evolving Benghazi timeline

Sharyl Attkisson’s write up and tweets on today’s Benghazi hearing Continue reading

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Handing Over the Keys to the Internet

We talked about this before here, but I want to stress that this is very important, even though it sounds very mundane. Why does America need to retain control of the very skeleton of the internet? Because who amongst the rest of the world do you really think is trustworthy. I say that while we […]

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Twitter response to Mayor de Blasio keeping NYC schools open!

Is New York City under such severe financial stress that Mayor de Blasio feels that the need for state funds supersedes the safety of children, teachers, bus drivers, etc? Advertisement

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Saturday Night Cigar Lounge 1/11

It’s a fun night here on Saturday Night Cigar Lounge. Jonah Goldberg (yes that one) from National Review and Matt K. Lewis (yes that one) from the Daily Caller and The Week are on to discuss their dueling columns on whether conservatives want a king.  Matt’s is from The Week, while Jonah’s is from National Review. Also, Liz returns so

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NOT SO “BREAK IT AND YOU BUY IT”

Confessing to breaking a Christmas ornament, 5-year-old girl named Faith writes the cutest letter apologizing to the store. A manager of a retail store in Britain , identified as Dominic Joyce, tweeted a photo of the note and coins earlier this week. The later reads, “To John Lewis Cambridge,” the letter begins. “I’m sorry I […] . . . → Read More: NOT SO “BREAK IT AND YOU BUY IT” . . . → Read More: NOT SO “BREAK IT AND YOU BUY IT”

Facebook Mobs and the Death of Individuality

I’m featuring  a fascinating article from The Federalist this morning, it’s written By Anna Mussmann and in goes into some depth about one of the major problems I see in our society. We seem to no longer have any respect for others and even less for individuality. Why? Ms Mussman says, and I find myself agreeing with her that […] . . . → Read More: Facebook Mobs and the Death of Individuality . . . → Read More: Facebook Mobs and the Death of Individuality

Mindlessness in less than 75 words

People say it’s a challenge to get a message through via Twitter. As people know, Twitter affords people 140 characters to make a point. Despite the limits of Twitter, people still get their message across. Apparently, Joan Vincent won’t master Twitter anytime soon: What should Minnesota voters do next in the wake of the deal […] . . . → Read More: Mindlessness in less than 75 words . . . → Read More: Mindlessness in less than 75 words

He survived being shot by the Japanese on Okinawa in WWII, but was assassinated by thugs in his home town

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MSM being the Scarecrow in Obama’s Oz

When all the scandals started coming to light, there was a fleeting thought that the Mainstream Media might actually wake up, and stop being a the lapdog of the Obama Administration. Well, so much for that thought: Dems say “Jump!” MSM asks how high. twitter.com/ZekeJMiller/st… twitter.com/TheFix/status/… twitter.com/GlennThrush/st… twitter.com/ron_fournier/s… Etc. — Just Karl (@justkarl) June 3,

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Politicking social media – business as usual

A few weeks ago, I ended up with my Twitter account being suspended. I can guess why – never was told why. Apparently it was a fairly quick situation, because the account was restored in under 24 hours. The irony was that I wasn’t actively using my account at the time. And, I didn’t pick

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Politicking social media – business as usual

A few weeks ago, I ended up with my Twitter account being suspended. I can guess why – never was told why. Apparently it was a fairly quick situation, because the account was restored in under 24 hours. The irony was that I wasn’t actively using my account at the time. And, I didn’t pick

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No clue Americans! (Video)

Meet some of New York’s ‘low information’ voters! They likely will have a better idea about who won ‘American Idol’ or ‘Dancing with the Stars’ than they will about two of the biggest scandals rocking the highest corridors of U.S. government, the … . . . → Read More: No clue Americans! (Video) . . . → Read More: No clue Americans! (Video)