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Government evils — but I repeat myself

Astroturf: now sponsored by government

Lessee … First you give the kids a day off from school … then you provide transportation to an anti-gun rally at $100,000 worth of city taxpayer expense … and you have a “grassroots” movement. Such a deal! I hope the suckers who fund the schools in Baltimore sue over this. All around the country Bloombergians, Hollywood stars, and hoplophobic, rights-hating others are laboring away to manufacture a dramatic children’s crusade against freedom. Today’s rallies and another proposed round in April involve skipping school. Hey, what student wouldn’t go for that? Guns? Who cares? We can ditch algebra! Then there’s…


Monday links

  • Sometimes conspiracy theories turn out to be true. Like the one that said Broward county cops were deliberately letting juveniles like the Parkland murderer off the hook.
  • The western world isn’t becoming less religious. The fanatics are still with us; they’ve just adopted a new belief called intersectionality. (And before that … state worship, of which intersectionality is just one of the craziest sects.)
  • The government killed free checking. Can Amazon restore it? 12 Comments
  • Thursday links

  • Daylight saving time returns on Sunday. Be sure to &^%$#ing uselessly adjust your ^%*(_&%#ing clocks again. Sigh. But what if DST were in effect all year?
  • A teacher in (no surprise) New Jersey is suspended from his job for advocating arming school staff. One precious snowflake was so upset she had to be escorted from the classroom.
  • The DoJ is finally handing over those Fast & Furious documents after years of Obama-era stonewalling. 7 Comments
  • Valentines Day massacre

    Bear Bussjaeger on all the things that didn’t happen. A sampling: You want to blame someone for the Parkland dead? Try the school adminstrators and police who looked away. Don’t blame me or the other fifty-five to one-hundred-twenty million who did not do it, and who have proposed solutions. Solutions that do not involve assuming the innocent are guilty, and criminals will obey laws. Solutions that do not violate rights. Solutions that would work. Solutions that do not involve:


    Memory Lane: “A Cut of Catastrophe”

    So yesterday I found that 2003 CD compilation of my articles. That was fun. The idea Mac proposed and Comrade X seconded about making copies and selling them is interesting. I’ll think about that as I read through the disc’s contents. Some of the pieces are definitely outdated, though even those might have nostalgia value. There’s “Land Mine Legislation,” for instance (aka “Pearl Harbor Legislation” and a gazillion other titles). It came out in 1996/7 right after 101 Things to Do ‘Til the Revolution. I was still dizzy from the unexpected notoriety of the book when that article went viral…