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It is a rare instance when I almost entirely agree with anything in the Big Culture-Big Media outlet The Atlantic.  But recently they published this…. America’s Gambling Addiction Is Metastasizing: “When life feels this precarious, it’s only natural to roll the dice on just about everything.” In which Stephen Marche aptly analyzes the sudden explosion…

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Here’s an exceedingly stupid take on Communist China using subsidies to eviscerate the US economy. China’s Export Subsidies Are a Gift: “(We should be) making a beeline to the nearest Hallmark store to buy thank you cards to send to the Chinese government for the subsidies it provides to Chinese exporters….” This was published just…

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The Left has spent decades telling us we need to be more like Europe.  How to Make the US More Like Europe Here Are 10 Things Europe Does Way Better than America 15 Reasons Europe Is Better Than America We the People were, rightly, never overly fond of the idea. Americans Were Horrified to Be…

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DC Republicans are counting on Democrat Socialist insanity – and inertia – to deliver them excellent 2022 election results.  That the (alleged) Two Party System leaves the GOP as the only non-insane entity – so they’ll get the votes come next November. But DC Republicans keep screwing up.  The key to the plan is differentiation. …

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Vermont Democrat perma-Senator Patrick Leahy is FINALLY leaving office.  We should take a moment to examine his nigh-eternal DC existence.  Because it is a quintessential example of A LOT of what is wrong with DC. Leahy was born in 1940 – before World War II began.  He was first elected to the Senate in 1974…

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An article published in the 11/2021 issue of the New Republic is titled “Climate Of Ignorance: How much evidence of climate change will the right dismiss?”. Does this media dinosaur intend to publish a similar diatribe condemning the even greater environmental hypocrisy of the totalitarian progressives such as the author ending the column with the…

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 One of the perplexities of philosophical and religious research is that it can be easy to misconstrue the personalities and movements one is attempting to study through the prism of one’s own respective worldview. This tendency, if one is not careful to adjust for it, can be compounded when decades and even centuries separate those…