Big Tech’s Purge Is Only Beginning… For Them

There’s nothing easy about living through a political coup. The Big Tech firms long in cahoots with our government have been pushing a false narrative of evil MAGA-Nazis trying to undermine polite society for more than four years now. Suppression started with Milo Yiannopoulos, accelerated to include Alex Jones and InfoWars and reach a temporary peak in 2018 with the persecution of alternative social media platform Gab in the wake of the Pittsburgh shooting. I said this then in a piece entitled: Attack on Gab Proves Speech Was Never Free: Friday’s attack by an unhinged, vile piece of human excrement on … Continue reading

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Is the Establishment Planning a False Flag ‘Insurrection’ for Inauguration Day?

The question in the title is legitimate in light of the extraordinary and unusal letter signed by all members of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff condemning Trump supporters for insurrection and calling on the US military to remain ready for another attempt at sedition on inauguration day. In the Joint Chiefs’ own words: “The violent riot in Washington, DC on January 6, 2021 was a direct assault on the US Congress, the Capitol building, and our Constitutional process.”  There was no riot, no assault on the Capitol, and no insurrection. As the videos show, there was no “storming of … Continue reading

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Is The USPS Creating a National Biometric Criminal Background Check Program?

Are Americans ready for a national United States Postal Service (USPS) biometric criminal background check program? What initially started out as an employee criminal background screener program has morphed into a biometric criminal background check program for the public. In 2019, the USPS innocuously began installing fingerprint scanners in post offices so they could scan potential employees. The USPS used fingerprint scanners and the National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) to conduct in-depth background checks. NACI investigations are conducted for all newly hired employees as part of the post-hiring process. Based on the NACI results, the Postal Service makes a final suitability determination … Continue reading

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Saddest Mustang Shootout Ever?

A reader wanted my take on a “shootout” between the electric crossover-thing Ford styles a “Mustang” and a Tesla Model Y. I almost shot my lunch. My comments follow his query: I saw this review of the new Mustang Mach-E against the Tesla Model Y and it struck me as really sad and depressing.  They seem to spend most of the contest worrying about running out of juice, and the final battle is a struggle to get the charging stations to work.  The one time they actually punch it, the “Mustang” (it’s a disgrace to the name) disappoints quickly.  Old Camaro vs. … Continue reading

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Saddest Mustang Shootout Ever?

A reader wanted my take on a “shootout” between the electric crossover-thing Ford styles a “Mustang” and a Tesla Model Y. I almost shot my lunch. My comments follow his query: I saw this review of the new Mustang Mach-E against the Tesla Model Y and it struck me as really sad and depressing.  They seem to spend most of the contest worrying about running out of juice, and the final battle is a struggle to get the charging stations to work.  The one time they actually punch it, the “Mustang” (it’s a disgrace to the name) disappoints quickly.  Old Camaro vs. … Continue reading

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‘Italia Cashless’

The latest front of war on cash   Together with Germans and Greeks, Italians have long been the most stubborn and steadfast of Europeans in their love of cash. For years, they have resisted cards and digital payments and viewed with deep suspicion most campaigns to convert them. To a significant extent, they also saved in physical notes, especially older adults, keeping their “rainy day” funds outside the Italian banking system, which has given them plenty of reasons to question and to mistrust. Just a year ago, there was no reason to think this defiance would waver, at least not … Continue reading

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‘Italia Cashless’

The latest front of war on cash   Together with Germans and Greeks, Italians have long been the most stubborn and steadfast of Europeans in their love of cash. For years, they have resisted cards and digital payments and viewed with deep suspicion most campaigns to convert them. To a significant extent, they also saved in physical notes, especially older adults, keeping their “rainy day” funds outside the Italian banking system, which has given them plenty of reasons to question and to mistrust. Just a year ago, there was no reason to think this defiance would waver, at least not … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Gulag of 2021

There has been abundant and over-the-top discussion about the events of this past week and the so-called “insurrection” of Trump supporters—the Deplorables—at the United States Capitol on January 6. Since that day the major news media—the media establishment, including notoriously  Fox News—have kept up a constant and ranting drumbeat, with dire images of “sedition” and “treason,” and the absolute and (for them) undebatable demand to “suppress” and “cancel” anyone who disagrees with their views. Not just of Deplorables with a higher public profile, but ANY person who might in the slightest way demur or dissent from their template. The persecution … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Gulag of 2021

There has been abundant and over-the-top discussion about the events of this past week and the so-called “insurrection” of Trump supporters—the Deplorables—at the United States Capitol on January 6. Since that day the major news media—the media establishment, including notoriously  Fox News—have kept up a constant and ranting drumbeat, with dire images of “sedition” and “treason,” and the absolute and (for them) undebatable demand to “suppress” and “cancel” anyone who disagrees with their views. Not just of Deplorables with a higher public profile, but ANY person who might in the slightest way demur or dissent from their template. The persecution … Continue reading

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Rule of Law and the Presidential Election

In a society governed by rule of law, when disputes among individuals arise, they are settled by established procedures. President Trump has forcefully argued that the presidential election was stolen from him, but others disagreed. He brought lawsuits in a number of states, which he had every right to do, and lost. Those who…
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Rule of Law and the Presidential Election

In a society governed by rule of law, when disputes among individuals arise, they are settled by established procedures. President Trump has forcefully argued that the presidential election was stolen from him, but others disagreed. He brought lawsuits in a number of states, which he had every right to do, and lost. Those who…
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Rule of Law and the Presidential Election

In a society governed by rule of law, when disputes among individuals arise, they are settled by established procedures. President Trump has forcefully argued that the presidential election was stolen from him, but others disagreed. He brought lawsuits in a number of states, which he had every right to do, and lost. Those who…
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