The Memes of Destruction

The Memes of Destruction

Some friends and I have been jokingly wondering about how the anti-vaxx crowd will react when a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available. My bet is that most will continue their baseless and histrionic caterwauling (if you didn't know my opinion on the matter, you do now)...

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An Unwasted Crisis

An Unwasted Crisis

The Coronavirus crisis has proven to be a generational event that has gripped the world. Drastic measures are being taken by governments, markets are roiled, and our individual lives have been significantly impacted. We are still in the early stages, with...

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Bully Boy Biden

Bully Boy Biden

Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent. -- Isaac Asimov Joe Biden, who cruised to multiple victories in yesterday's primaries and likely to the Democratic nomination for President, had a "true colors" encounter with a construction worker in Michigan. The man,...

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If You Have To Lie…

If You Have To Lie…

If you're explaining, you're losing. - Ronald Reagan This quote crossed my news feed this morning, as a rebuttal to those who are working to downplay Biden's latest "senior moments." Shortly thereafter, yet another "Jesus was a socialist" meme encroached upon my...

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Blind Faith

Blind Faith

A recent "warning" editorial in The Economist cautioned against a Sanders presidency, and the unicorn fart/pixie dust basis (my words, not the Economist's) for his massive expansion of government largesse. I added a comment of concurrence, pointing out that Bernie's...

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Tulsi Gabbard as Microcosm

Tulsi Gabbard as Microcosm

With the results of the New Hampshire primaries in, and with their doubling as Iowa's, after the debacle there, some patterns emerge: Amy Klobuchar's stock gained greatly. With the party at knives-out at everyone over diversity (everyone but themselves, until New...

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The Robots Aren’t Coming

The Robots Aren’t Coming

A few years back, I crossed a demographic Rubicon. I turned 50. In that instant, my societal relevance plummeted. Marketers, pollsters, and countless other makers and trackers of taste, trends, and zeitgeist lost interest in me. That's OK, since I've been losing...

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Faux Foie Gras Follies

Faux Foie Gras Follies

To a consumer of libertarian bloggage, the observation of the government getting something wrong would be a betrayal of bland banality. But New York City's foie gras ban is not just wrong, it is a case study in the ecosystem of government wrongness. The most obvious...

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Sunday Musings #2

Sunday Musings #1

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of a recurring (and likely irregular) series of quick-hits. Because, not everything needs a thousand words. Thanks for reading! Marked Forever Hot on the heels of President Trump's impeachment acquittal by the Senate (and, truth be...

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To Serve, or to Rule?

To Serve, or to Rule?

William McGurn, over at the Wall Street Journal, recently pondered why Democratic Presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar has declared that won't release her list of potential Supreme Court judges unless and until after she wins the Presidency. While it was standard...

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