Now Durham is investigating the 2016 Clinton campaign. Don’t hold your breath.
Month: December 2021
TIL I learned this person twitter.com/pulte gives away money to desperate people in exchange for them retweeting him and building his follower base. I’m not following. Seems like something an opportunistic sociopath would do, but dunno.
It’s quaint how Establishment drones really do believe that they’re going to be able to remake the culture. As if their idiocy is not going to rapidly collapse before their eyes, an embarrassment to them forever.
Claim: no one has died of Omicron.
A few days later, one person in the U.K. dies of Omicron!!1!1one1!
Snopes rates claim “false.”
Meanwhile, I’m wondering if Omicron shouldn’t be marketed as a safer alternative vaccine.
UPDATED: Is It True That No One Has Died with Omicron Variant?
Former Smith College librarian Jodi Shaw sues college over “a toxic climate of racial fear, hostility, and exclusion” that forced her out of her job—because she’s white and tried to complain of unfair treatment.
Why is the mainstream media so completely uncurious about all the many bizarre connections between rich and famous players who were closely connected to Ghislaine Maxwell and her long-time boyfriend, Jeffrey Epstein?
Explain it. Amuse me.
Sam Francisco has become like the declining giant corporations that surround it: its best days behind it, the true believers stay behind while the risk-takers say sayonara.
(I left 14 years ago, never looked back.)
One of the best things I’ve read about the psychology of authoritarianism, and why the feds are introducing mandates gradually:
Anybody: give me (below) a list of Wikipedia articles that libel/lie badly about individuals. Give me the article URL, lie(s), and another URL or several that refutes the lie. With enough info I’ll write it up for @HumanEvents.
I just realized something about @libsoftiktok.
It’s funny and fascinating. Funny because parody is funny. Fascinating because progressives now parody themselves. It’s *literal* self-parody. Amazing there’s so much material, too…
Purchasing cheap but short-lived goods when more expensive and long-lived ones are available represents hopelessness about the long term. Or poverty. But sometimes it just represents hopelessness.
A bunch of states have banned vaccine passports. I don’t see how we stay an intact country when some states require passports that other states ban—when they make a radical difference in terms of civil rights.
NYC is adopting most of the basic features that define a “vaccine passport.” California has already started turning the screws. People who value freedom will leave in droves.
Make the Internet Decentralized Again!
“You Will Be Happy”—I’d like to see the rest of this dystopian flick.