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A Lesson in Freedom… From a Lion

A Lesson in Freedom… From a Lion

I received an email the other day with a lovely story about Christian the Lion.  The poignant clip touches our deepest, most primal emotions, illustrating the ties between man and animal.  However, the full story is much more profound, parable-like in quality, and offers lessons for today’s citizenry. The story is about two young Englishmen, John and Ace, who purchase a lion cub from a prominent London department store. While they recognized early on that their relationship with the lion might be…

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Dear United Airlines

Dear United Airlines

Dear Scott Kirby I’m writing to you in reference to a new United Airlines policy published today via the airline’s Twitter account. It reads …. United was justifiably heavily ratioed for this appalling statement with threats to never fly with United Airlines again. Perhaps Twitter is not good metric to measure consumer discontent but I am reaching out to express the same sentiment because I am an actual frequent flyer on United Airlines. For reference, here is my United Mileage…

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FBI Placates Progressives, Ignores Actual Crime

FBI Placates Progressives, Ignores Actual Crime

Last week, FBI Director Chris Wray testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Justice Department’s response to the January 6th Capitol Attack. What was meant to be an informative briefing turned out to be a nauseating public castigation of the fictional white supremacy supposedly plaguing our nation along with other outright fabrications and a general obfuscation of the genuine violent threats to liberal cities. Director Wray opened the hearing with his first of multiple false statements. “The FBI will not…

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The Case for Closing Public Schools… Indefinitely

The Case for Closing Public Schools… Indefinitely

The past year, parents and students across the county, mostly in Democrat run municipalities, have been experiencing excessive levels of stress due to unending school closures. Red states like Florida, Texas, and South Dakota have been open for months. Meanwhile, the teacher’s unions have a strangle hold on the public schools in Democrat states, refusing to open for a litany of absurd reasons.  Part of me sympathizes with the conservative parents who are struggling to cope with working from home…

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What’s So Special About the Capitol?

What’s So Special About the Capitol?

Ever since the January 6th Capitol riot the news media has been ceaselessly replaying the videos from that terrible day, bombarding us with the messaging that it was the worst violence we’ve seen in American history, worse than 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. We are supposed to consume this footage like novices, as if we haven’t been totally desensitized by the non-stop pillaging of American cities in 2020.  Pardon, but why should I now be outraged by violence when it was celebrated…

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The Wasted Ire of Wall Street Bets

The Wasted Ire of Wall Street Bets

By now we are all familiar with the Reddit community known as Wall Street Bets that took down some of Wall Street’s biggest hedge funds last week. The “stonks” stunt was hilarious, tactfully well played and made some people a ton of money. But with small trading apps now working in tandem with the hedge funds to mitigate the risks for Wall Street, I don’t anticipate that this movement will be able to continue to injure the hedge funds with…

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LYING – The New Coin of the Realm!

LYING – The New Coin of the Realm!

Why are there so many lies?  Or do we really live in an Alternative Universe? My father developed a euphemism to describe the lies permeating our social consciousness – “Looney Tunes” – pronounced “Loooonia Tuunes.”  The lies cover a broad landscape from outright silly to maliciously evil.  Here are just a few. Silly You can buy CARBON FREE Sugar because Carbon and Carbon Dioxide is killing the earth – it is poison.  Utter lunacy.  But here is the ad from Domino Sugar. Any high school…

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Nigerian Privilege

Nigerian Privilege

The war on white privilege is permeating throughout the entire world. As a white person, I am anxiously aggrieved by the obsessive persecution of my fellow whites and I’m feverishly in fear that my white privilege will be looted from me like a loaf of bread taken from a New York deli. How will I survive without the constant assistance that this white supremacist system provides me? Out of pure self-preservation, we need to shift the focus of the mob…

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Which America Do You Want To Live In?

Which America Do You Want To Live In?

Do you want to live in the America where law and order is preserved or do you want to live in the America where anarchy ensues? Do you want to live in the America where police are revered or the America where dead cops are celebrated? Do you want to live in a safe America where rioters and looters are prosecuted? Or do you want to live in the America where violent criminals are allowed to roam free? Do you want to live…

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A Culture of Death

A Culture of Death

Want to know the worst place to visit after two mass shootings? Twitter. You won’t find any actual mourning, just allegations that the perpetrator belonged to the enemy’s tribe. There is no time for bereavement when political points are up for grabs.  Scattered among the Twitter quarrels are the denunciations from every person within the periphery of the public eye explicitly condemning the violent act. This is something I find quite odd. It’s as if it isn’t obvious that everyone abhors…

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