May 31, 2023

'WE' say who is whistleblowing on us

FBI gets roasted by a whistleblower but Dems can't handle the truth.  They argue that the FBI has determined the whistleblowers are not whistleblowers deserving of protection for whistleblowers.

If anything ever showed that the FBI (and Democrats) are corrupt, this exchange is it.

ADDENDUM: Well that video went private quickly.

May 30, 2023

Meanwhile in Spain

More conservative, anti-socialist wins, this time in Spain.

Yep, Canada has conservatives

Alberta, the Texas of Canada, has proven it remains conservative, and anti-Justin-Trudeau.  I'm proud of my western compatriots.

May 29, 2023

Memorial Day

The pursuit of happiness brought to you by those who served.

May 28, 2023

May 27, 2023

Saturday Learning Series: Jordan Peterson's Biblical series XIV

 Resuming the latest Saturday Learning Series, as Jordan Peterson continues his Biblical series. 

May 26, 2023

Voter fraud does exist

You just don't hear about it because some people just don't want you to know. But here's proof that mail-in voting is especially ripe for voter fraud.

Russians attacking Russians now

 Peter Zeihan's take on the latest turn of events in the Russia Ukraine war.

May 24, 2023

Nuclear power is THE clean energy option

The left is so in favor of green (clean) energy options, unless it's nuclear.  It's a dichotomy in their minds that serves no purpose.  The green movement is a child of the anti-nuclear movement but nothing is cleaner and provides as much power as nuclear energy.  They don't want to hear that.

They often throw up the issue of nuclear waste, but as it turns out; it's not as bad as they claim, it never was:

China's interference in Canadian politics buried by Trudeau

Canada politically has become a cesspool under Trudeau.  It appears there will be no official inquiry into the issue thanks to a Trudeau buddy operating in an official role.

May 23, 2023

Vivek Ramaswamy is also running for the GOP nomination for 2024

There are other candidates in the race (I'll cover all of them eventually), but Vivek Ramaswamy is one more good candidate worth some attention. Here's John Stossel's recent full interview with him.

John Stossel interviews Ron DeSantis (full length)

Ron DeSantis is going to run for president in 2024. He would beat Biden most likely.  But so would Trump.  The GOP has quite a few good options, unlike the Democrats.  My preference would be for four more years of Trump followed by eight years of DeSantis right afterwards.  I'm also not opposed to eight years of Tim Scott after that either.

Tim Scott and the crowded GOP field

Tim Scott announced his run for president in 2024.  He's a good man but in a ever-more-crowded field with two heavyweights (president Trump and soon, Florida governor Ron DeSantis) it's unlikely there will be room for others to get enough oxygen into their campaigns realistically.

Newt Gingrich sums up Tim Scott quite well here: 

Hillary Clinton jumps on Let's Go Brandon

Haha. The Left eats itself eventually.

May 22, 2023

Time to cancel Bill Gates

 Jeffrey Epstein vs Bill Gates?

Let's Go Brandon not taking China seriously

 ...unless they are bribing his family.

Of course, what else is he going to say?

May 21, 2023

May 20, 2023

If you're missing Tucker Carlson, look here

It looks like Tucker Carlson is going to be doing his show from Twitter: 

Saturday Learning Series: Jordan Peterson's Biblical series XIII

Resuming the latest Saturday Learning Series, as Jordan Peterson continues his Biblical series. 

May 16, 2023

Durham report scorches FBI & DOJ

To the surprise of no one but blind leftists:

May 15, 2023

Harball: The only way to play with the FBI

If you don't play hardball, the FBI is a lost cause as an American institution.

May 14, 2023

May 13, 2023

Saturday Learning Series: Jordan Peterson's Biblical series XII

 The continuation of the latest Saturday Learning Series, as Jordan Peterson continues his Biblical series.

May 12, 2023

Conservatives are proving Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals work

The case of the ongoing Bud Light boycott is setting an example for other ESG-compliant companies. This proves that Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals rules work. First off, here's the continuing saga of the ABInBev, Bud Light's parent company:

They are hurting and it keeps getting worse.  Now consider these Alinsky Rules for Radicals principles:

"Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it." This is precisely what has happened to Bud Light.  It has become the example of what conservatives will do if pushed too far. Perhaps its isolation as a target will strike some fear into other companies to not hop on the woke bandwagon for the sake of a few more sales, or a social governance checkmark from the left.

"Keep the pressure on." /"The major premise for tactics is the development of operations that will maintain a constant pressure upon the opposition." Yep.  Self explanatory - no one has dropped the boycott despite half-whispered apologies from Bud Light's management. And it will have much longer lasting and further-reaching consequences if the pressure continues - beyond ABInBev.

"Ridicule is man's most potent weapon. There is no defense. It is almost impossible to counterattack ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage." / "A good tactic is one your people enjoy."  These two go hand in hand.  Much of the social media about Bud Light is mockery.  It's fun (albeit a juvenile ploy that won't win you any serious debates) and it's unrelenting nature is doing nothing to allow Bud Light's management to rest, think through their responses and react effectively.

This is proving to be a potentially pivotal moment in the woke culture war on common sense. It also should be heartening for conservatives to see that we are not powerless in the culture war.  We have a tactic that works for us just as it works for the left.  It also should be a reality check; these tactics can and do still work for the left.  We still have to understand how to stand up to them when they are employed against us.

Tim Scott points out Democrat communism

Like I just said, Democrats want to destroy America in every arena in which they engage.  Tim Scott is brilliant here in pointing it out.

Nancy Pelosi, energy traitor

Democrats one and all are, in EVERY arena they engage, doing whatever they can to destroy America.

May 11, 2023

Defund the police secret agenda

This video from Forbes, of Andy Biggs firing back at North Korean dupe Eric Swalwell on the Defund the Police movement caused a lightbulb to go off in my head.  Why do Democrats so desperately want the Defund the Police Movement to succeed?  Oh and by the way, excluding the FBI.  It's precisely that last point that matters; if they defund local and state police it increases the need for a centralized, federal police force. The FBI.  We know the FBI has been deeply infected with Democrat operatives; agenda driven political hacks.  It all makes sense if you see it through that power-amassing dictatorial leftist lens.

The evils of ESG explained through Bud Light

The Bud Light situation with Dylan Mulvaney provides a great explanation of why companies are trapped into going woke.  It doesn't absolve them of complicite behavior, but the point here is how it displays the evils of ESG.  Thanks to Midnight's Edge for this great video explanation.

Also if you missed the whole story of the current Bud Light saga, it's also explained here.

Karine Jean-Pierre can't stand up to facts

Without her notes full of vapid talking points, I'm not sure how Karine Jean-Pierre stands up at all.  Even with them there to assist her, she should crumble under the weight of the facts.

Crony capitalism is bad capitalism

If your socialist worldview about capitalism is bad, it might be because the capitalism you have been exposed to has been crony capitalism.  Crony capitalism is bad capitalism.  In fact it's not really capitalism at all. It is bad though, fascist level bad.  Here's why (while this does go off on some tangential lines, it covers a lot of good points that all deserve deeper dives):

May 9, 2023

Texas does what Let's Go Brandon won't do

Texas governor Abbott announces a Texas border force to curb illegal immigration, a necessary action in the face of federal complicity in encouraging illegal immigration.

May 8, 2023

Bill Whittle explains capitalism

Capitalism for beginners (like Gen Z) courtesy of Bill Whittle:

Republicans doing Democrats' dirty work now

The DOJ investigation into Hunter Biden is what it is.  What the Republicans need to do is hold off until closer to the election to ensure this sticks to the eventual Democrat nominee.  Maybe now is the time to start that, I don't know.  My point is too soon is just as bad as too late.

May 6, 2023

Saturday Learning Series: Jordan Peterson's Biblical series XI

The continuation of the latest Saturday Learning Series, as Jordan Peterson continues his Biblical series.

May 5, 2023

Russian mercenaries pulling out

This is an interesting turn of events; Russia's Wagner group is possibly closing up shop in the Ukraine, or at least Bakhmut.  But if that's the case it could be a precursor to more. Things are clearly not going well for Russia.

The state of intelligence and signal intelligence

 Some intelligence FYIs.

May 4, 2023

U.S. Navy refuses to learn from Bud Light

Just ugh.

Let's Go Brandon in hot water

A new whistleblower has a document that apparently proves Let's Go Brandon engaged in pay for play bribery with a foreign national. Is the goal to take down Let's Go Brandon or just damage him prior to the 2024 election?  If it's the former, Republicans may actually be doing the Democrats a favor. He's so badly damaged he can't win (without some sort cheating).

May 3, 2023

Drones vs. Putin

It's hard to tell if this is legitimately a Ukrainian effort or Moscow disinformation.  Nevertheless it looks like there may have been a drone attack attempting to assassinate Russian autocrat Vladimir Putin.

Russia of course is threatening nuclear attacks in reprisal. It's both hard to take it seriously and hard to ignore since war crimes are something that don't seem to bother Russia's military.

May 2, 2023

Misleading from behind

Let's Go Brandon, late to the table and misleading the American people on top of that.  Politics it seems, is more important to these people than the national debt.

Damn Sellouts!

I am old enough to remember rock stars and movie stars talking about the ideas of others in their profession being sellouts for endorsing brands, appearing in commercials, or even making their music too pop-sounding in order to obtain commercial success. I always found that weird; if you have a message in your songs that you want people to hear, I would think you would want to make it sound as poppy as possible in order to get more people to hear it.  As for having a corporate sponsor for your tour in exchange for a banner above your stage, or having a Pepsi can appear in your movie in exchange for some funding of the movie; those aren't really major compromises.  They are more like compromises in order to get the project done.

There was a time not too long ago when Elizabeth Warren (and later Obama) claimed "you didn't build that"?  It took a village or whatever.  But that doesn't apply to Nirvana, right? The duplicity is palpable. Compromise is an intrinsic part of life, no matter the endeavor. It's not a Big Deal. It's not like Rage Against The Machine were pumping out hits about Home Depot and Shamwow (like either really needed their help).

SIDE NOTE: I couldn't help including this not really relevant but truly funny video. Don't worry, I'm not selling out, this commercial is just pure gold. More below the video:

The point is, selling out was considered a bad thing by the cool kids. At the time it seemed like perhaps there was a note of jealousy due to, I don't know, a lack of equivalent success or talent. For me at least, for a lot of people it was just the opposite; "I used to like them before they sold out." Remember hearing that?

What is truly ironic about all of that is that these same people, or at least their ilk, were perfectly willing to sell out to Dr. Fauci and by proxy Pfizer et. al. thanks to Covid. They are perfectly willing, salivating in fact, to sell out to vapid environmentalism minus any factual due diligence. They are willing to sell out to the biggest schills of them all, federal governments.  In an era of crony capitalism this is especially dangerous. They are selling out to big government and big business and have become truly, useful idiots.

Worse still, big government has sold itself out to unions, environmentalists, wokesters, LGBTQ+ (or whatever that alphabet acronym is at this week), ANTIFA to name but a few. It has become a coalition of sellouts: the foolish, leading itself, and everyone else they can drag along, off an inevitable cliff, with no leader.  It has achieved its own critical mass and no longer requires a leader to continue to snowball faster and faster. It is a literal path to ruin.  

Good; let it ruin itself.  But no, we can't allow that because it is dragging the rest of America, the rest of the Western world along with it. We cannot let that happen.

This is where the Bud Light boycott comes in; finally we are not letting that happen.  We have drawn a line in the sand to say the snowball stops here. The corporate sellout to wokeism stops here. We are setting an example with our dollars.  And dollars are what really matter at the end of the day. After all, that was the argument back in the olden days when someone became too big. Perhaps it has come full circle - artists no longer sell out to corporations but the reverse is true. But the cool kids still stop paying attention to the sellouts, in this case it happens to be Bud Light.

May 1, 2023

Massive ‘rare earth’ deposit found in North Dakota

 Regardless of your view on electric vehicles this is great news geopolitically for the United States:

Global Economic Growth collapsing

Peter Zeihan talks about the latest IMF take on global economic growth. In my opinion this problem has been around for a long time, probably 2 decades already, and has been mitigated by the monetary policy of loose money (money printing) and low interest rates, to disguise or hide the issue.  But that has only made things worse from an economic view.

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