December 31, 2020

Happy New Year

 Wishing you a Happy and Healthy New Year. Sadly, I'm not optimistic that 2021 will be a good year.

December 30, 2020

Repealing 230 and Mitch McConnell

 Tim Pool discuss the war on Section 230 and the politics around it.


Project Veritas exposes CNN's Democrat-National-Committee-level bias via a live dial-in just before the election.

Pennsylvania had more votes than registered voters

This election will probably never be sorted out properly. Pennsylvania voting was a train wreck.  They are not alone in that regard. It's really difficult to see a path where Biden actually won, given all of the fraud that seems to have happened.  It's also hard unfortunately, to see how this works out for president Trump and his supporters.

Year in review -- biggest media fails

I've never really been big on year in reviews, or at least creating them. But Mark Dice does a great summary of media fails of the year:

Canadian election methodological superiority

I'm Canadian. When I go vote, I get a voter registration card in the mail.  It instructs me to bring photo ID. I cast a paper ballot and my name gets crossed off the registered voter list for my riding (district).  Voting opens roughly a week ahead of time on certain days for those unable to vote on election day. In that case the process is still the same as election day voting. As a voting system, it's archaic and it works.  If you take that instead of glorifying our inferior health care system, you'd be getting somewhere America.  Maybe add in observers from both parties at all polling locations, and a dispute mechanism, you'd be fine.  Right now what you have in America is a mess.

Of course that's not true everywhere, many states have their act together. A decentralized system of government and states' rights and all that are a good thing.  But it also enables bad actors to distort things in places where it can make a difference.  I give you the election of 2020 as an example.

If it is Constitutionally feasible, I'd recommend creating a federal law that while allowing states to manage the specifics of their electoral processes, requires a minimum standard be reached for the state's electoral votes to be included in federal elections.

Just a thought.

These are the gangsters people like Biden and Trudeau want to be partners

China in Focus delivers news on China without the gangster communist propaganda perspective that Western leaders like Biden and Trudeau swallow whole:

Anyone who deals with this Chinese government is a knowing sellout. At the level of presidents and prime ministers you can't not know these things.  And if you know and are willing to make deals with them, you are a criminal and a traitor to your country.

Is America a country of morons?

No. No it's not. Just it's left wing and many of it's leaders:

And the fake-president-elect is not immune to the "we can do anything we want" virus:

This type of leadership makes America unsustainable. Either that or the "leadership" itself must become unsustainable.

December 29, 2020

Working to survive is immoral?

Just like the message in my previous post, this lockdown is becoming pointless.  Let me appeal to the anti-humanity left - if people are going to die off, conservative, Trump-supporting people, because they are being dumb in light of the COVID pandemic, why not let them?  If you are afraid about dying, stay home yourself.

Common folk become the resistance

Good for this man for standing up to oppression. This will only get worse if people don't speak up.  This man did it the right way. He was outspoken, but non-violent. let's hope that approach prevails.

December 28, 2020

Weekend at Biden's

 An original art project by me.

Trump DC protest

This protest won't accomplish much, but in one important respect, it does matter.  If there is no pushback now, it will never happen.

2020 -- The year in tech censorship review

 Mark Dice sums it up nicely:

7th Circuit Court dismissed Trump Wisconsin lawsuit and...

 ...a few questions remain and some new ones get added.  Via Viva Frei:

December 27, 2020

December 24, 2020

Merry Christmas

 In my own journey towards faith and spirituality, I often fall short. There is no doubt that societal supports have weakened in that regard, whereas it instead it could be helpful for people in so many ways.  I did a Google image search this morning for both Merry Christmas and Christmas.  Plenty of search results but not a single image of Jesus, or his birth for whom the holiday is observed - and named after.  That's as disappointing as it is unsurprising. 

Nevertheless, that is a discussion for another day.  Christmas is a day for faith and love and whether Google refuses to acknowledge the meaning behind Christmas, we still can.  Thankfully.

Merry Christmas.

December 23, 2020

Democrats = traitors

 In addition to being cheaters, Democrats are traitors.  Jail time required:

Democrats = Cheaters

 Jail time required:

December 21, 2020

Bill Whittle - American Cowards

I have an idea for an interesting series of original posts, which will come in 2021.  The video below from Bill Whittle touches on one of the topics I'll be discussing.

December 20, 2020

December 19, 2020

December 18, 2020

Friday Musical Interlude - Bad To The Bone

A message to conservatives for the next four years and beyond, no matter what happens.  You've got to be prepared to play hard ball from now on.

December 16, 2020

Democrats and media seem to want China to defeat America

 Ugh.  Explain why.  Please. Media?  Doomocrats? Somebody help out those of us with common sense.

And for the love of God, somebody needs to educate Eric Swalwell on being an American.

December 13, 2020

December 12, 2020

December 10, 2020

Capitalism works

There's a difference between capitalism and socialism obviously.  But there's also a difference between socialism and a welfare state.  Many European economies that are considered socialist are free market economies that happen to have very large welfare components or in some cases, government ownership in specific industries only.  Denmark and Sweden are prime examples of this. 

Given that definition, in the video below, out of the top 10 richest countries in the world, 9 are capitalist, with only 1 communist.  Of the top 20, there are 5 mixed economies, 1 communist and 14 are capitalist (and arguably 16).  And of the top 30 economies, there are 8 mixed economies, 1 socialist/mixed and 1 communist.  That means 20 of the top 30 economies are capitalist with 2 of the top 20 moving more and more from mixed towards capitalist. 

The point - capitalism creates wealth.  Wealth creates improved quality of life for everyone, not just the rich.  Would you rather be a poor person in America, with a welfare net or in Bangladesh or North Korea where starvation is a distinct possibility?  Capitalism is not evil, it's a good thing that has lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty over the last century as it has been adapted in new countries. It's not perfect, but it's a close as humanity has come to a fair and free economic system.  Where it fails is where it has been corrupted and/or abused.

December 9, 2020

December 8, 2020

The legal battle continues

 We are in uncharted territory here:

December 6, 2020

December 5, 2020

Saturday Learning Series - The call to Abraham (part 4)

  Jordon Peterson's lecture series continued from last week.

It ain't over yet

 Georgia electoral deceit is starting to fall apart.  Is this just the first domino to fall?

Meme - Socialism is slavery


Stop trying to explain things in any meaningful way.  Democrats never explain their positions. They just evoke emotional responses. Socialism is slavery. Let people see that and just work to figure it out for themselves.

Or maybe just add a little context.  The larger the monopoly the more danger it poses to people. No organization is larger than government:
“The argument for liberty is not an argument against organization, which is one of the most powerful tools human reason can employ, but an argument against all exclusive, privileged, monopolistic organization, against the use of coercion to prevent others from doing better.”
            ― Friedrich August von Hayek, The Constitution of Liberty

December 4, 2020

Georgia election cheating on video

Why is this not bigger news? Because the mainstream media does not want you to see this stuff. You know that already.  The only thing you can do, is tell people.

December 3, 2020

A public service message

 Via Breitbart, from president Trump:

December 1, 2020

Statistics support the idea of voting anomolies

 Here's some graphical views to consider, via Tim Pool:

These examples sure support the case for the existence of voter fraud in certain areas, and on a rather massive scale.

Steven Crowder on Democrats and media flip flop on voter fraud

Steven Crowder points out the last four years Democrats were really concerned about voting machine vulnerability and election stealing.  Not now.

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