Malevolence Can’t be Defeated by Protests

by Peter Lemiska March 4, 2018

The whole country is still mourning the loss of young lives at the hands of another mass murderer and feels only the most profound compassion for the survivors. But the liberal media apparently found a way to capitalize on another catastrophe. Either that or they honestly believe that this one somehow imbued the survivors with […]

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See, I told you so – Democrat admits we deplorables are EEEEvil

by Skip November 3, 2017

“They’re evil, we’re the good guys” state Sen @BarbaraFavola on Virginia Republicans to a packed hall of Arlington Democrats #VirginiaWay pic.twitter.com/8DuUE5T81j — Fenit Nirappil (@FenitN) November 1, 2017 And what’s worse is that the Democrat nominee for Virginia Governor won’s disavow it:

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Evil people will just use something else

by Skip June 11, 2017

(H/T: The Truth About Guns)

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“According to the school ranking website Niche.com, the Central Islip Public School District has a C- rating in academics.”

by Skip June 4, 2017

Reports like this ought to have taxpayers OUTRAGED – and if you don’t live there, you STILL should be putting your School Board AND the local teachers’ union under the microscope and lots and lots of Letters to your local publications.  And get into a position where you can start watching over or developing their […]

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Notable Quote – Hugh Hewitt

by Skip April 23, 2017

“My analysis is that most faith based systems depend upon an absolute moral order. The declaration of things as absolutely evil or absolutely good, as sin or virtue, puts liberalism into a horrible position because it’s founded on no judgment on anything. As a result, any faith that is seriously practiced or understood is a […]

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Liberal Establishment collapsing – punchline at the end

by Skip March 3, 2017

Yes, a theme exists here – see if you see it: Democrats and liberals have been driving drunk while texting for eight years. Swerving into the wrong lane, they crashed into oncoming traffic and sit, dazed and confused, wondering what happened. The few survivors crawl out of the clown car screaming at the innocent people […]

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Another thought about 9/11 – the enemy gets a vote about this

by Skip September 11, 2016

Forgetfulness occurs when those who have been long inured to civilized order can no longer remember a time in which they had to wonder whether their crops would grow to maturity without being stolen or their children sold into slavery by a victorious foe. … They forget that in time of danger, in the face […]

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Notable Quote – Theodore Dalrymple

by Skip May 31, 2016

Political correctness is communist propaganda writ small. In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, nor to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they […]

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Notable Quote: Archbishop Chaput on Evil and Tolerance

by Mike April 11, 2015

Over at Townhall.com, Erick Erickson has an excellent piece on the “Gaystapo” and their totalitarian approach to dissent, in which he quotes from a letter by Archbishop Chaput to his congregation (on the topic of abortion, but it fits) about Evil and tolerance: “Evil talks about tolerance only when it’s weak. When it gains the […]

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Why Democrats hate the TEA Party, why Socialists hate Liberty folks

by Skip October 29, 2014

Evil.  It exists in the real world and many of us can recognize it.  However, in the ever-increasing political polarization here in America, there certainly is one set of folks that truly believes that evil actually exists.  No, for these people it is not that commit heinous crimes.  It is not those that advocate killing […]

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I AM old enough to know there is evil in the world…

by Skip May 15, 2014

And I am old enough to have seen Evil and experienced it.  First, there are those that only know naked force that they would use against me, my family, my friends, and my property: And then there are those that relish using naked political force, through the stroke of a pen, that can wreak even more […]

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GrokSHOTS! – I’ve Seen The Evils of Govt Run Health Care

by Steve MacDonald April 7, 2014
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Jack Biltis came to the US from Canada, where he had first-hand experience with the evil of government-run health care.  Have a listen… I’ve seen the evil of Govt run Health Care (90 sec) You can Listen to Jack’s entire interview on this weeks GrokTALK!   Full Episodes of GrokTALK! are also available on iTunes, […]

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Prager U – ‘Are People Born Good?’

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2014
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From Prager University In our universities, newspapers, and television shows, it is a given that external forces are the cause of crime. If not for poverty, murder and rape would be much lower. If not for racism, America’s inner cities would be far wealthier. So on and so on. At the core of this belief […]

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“Socialism: it just hasn’t been implemented by the right set of people – yet”

by Skip November 6, 2013

Certainly not in the late Chavez’s Venezuela – last time it was foreign currency black markets, rotting food on the docks, and toilet paper hording.  Socialism – the promise of a Utopia for Everyone!  I guess that 130 years, in lots of countries world-wide, not ONE set of folks has gotten it right yet!  Small […]

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Prager University – Is Evil Rational?

by Steve MacDonald October 28, 2013
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Prager University Today, it’s common to call acts of evil–whether of a criminal or of a tyrannical dictator–“irrational” or “mad.” Why? Sometimes, behaving cruelly is a matter of self-interest. What is truly unreasonable is to unnecessarily risk one’s life to save a stranger, like some non-Jews in Europe did during World War 2 when they […]

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Biden: “If it only saves one life!” It did, it really did!

by Skip June 4, 2013

It has been a bit since I put one of these stories where a gun helped to save a good guy against some bad guys (who also had guns), but given that 60 nations have just signed the UN Small Arms Treaty (sending US Secretary of State John “Lurch” Kerry into a paroxysm of joy […]

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The tolerance of cultural Marxism in the Academy? Does not go far, it seems

by Skip May 22, 2013

Institutions of higher learning, at least when I was there 30 40 years ago, they were hotbeds of discourse, ideas, and ideologies.  You had a stand – you took it, you said it, and you defended it.  Others did the same.  At the time, even if they didn’t listen, they at least gave you the […]

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Why Does Evil Make Liberals Stupid? – Part Deux

by Susan Olsen April 23, 2013

Via Looking Spoon

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“Why Does Evil Make Liberals Stupid?”

by Susan Olsen April 22, 2013

A great question asked and anwered by the boys at Powerline.   “The reality of evil, a constant in human affairs for millennia, renders liberals not speechless–that would be too much to hope for–but incoherent.”

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Small Government best protects the Peoples’ Liberties

by Don April 2, 2013

I was happy to see, in his letter of March 26th (http://issuu.com/dailysun/docs/lds3-26-13), that Johan Andersen agrees with the historic and current conservative position that humans can be evil and corruptible.  I wonder if he understands the implications of his position. Our Founding Fathers struggled to create a government that protected peoples’ liberties.  Their focus wasn’t […]

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Sadness – of many things

by Skip December 14, 2012

As I remarked to TMEW as we went out for a quick bite to eat “This is not a problem with guns.  This is a problem with morality and culture if everything we are hearing is true”. And we have to remember – we don’t know all the details.  We do know that Adam Lanza […]

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