The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

It Purports To Survey Those Confused Concerning The Wedding Tackle–Why Would The Math NOT Be Queer?

by Smitty I don’t understand why anyone is surprised that Michael LaCour said “Data? Tada!” for his study. In defense of LaCour, this approach is completely in keeping with the subject. For wide is the gate and broad is the road, slippery the slope, and well lubricated the fools cruising down that highway to an […]

King of the Blues, R.I.P.

We Pity

by Smitty It’s Colonel Schlichter’s special take on delicacy that makes him such a word-for-word read: We pity the fact that every day you have to wake up and look in the mirror and see the face of a man, or woman, or whichever of the 567 other gender identities the freakshow left has manufactured, […]

Meanwhile, At The Library

— by Wombat-socho Two weeks until the movers come and drag off all my boxes of stuff, but I still have time to read. This week’s book post is a little lean, because I actually did spend most of my time last week packing or catching up with friends, but there’s interesting news that may […]

The War Against Human Nature: What Does ‘Unreasonable Pressure’ Mean?

The Sexual Assault Task Force at the University of Kansas has some very strange (and by “very strange” of course I mean, typical feminist) ideas about what “sexual assault” involves: Under “Recommendations for Policy and Process Improvement,” the task force recommends clarifying the definition of “incapacitation” in order to differentiate between “wrongful” and “permissible” conduct. […]

On Another Plane, George S. Patton Is Swearing Out A Year’s Supply Of Napalm

by Smitty Old George was famously reprimanded for striking soldiers. I can see him going for a full-on pistol whip of the godless Commies behind this travesty: In the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event, cadets were required to wear high heels and march to “raise awareness of sexual assault against women.” Part of […]

‘Serious Work’

In May 1862, Gen. Richard Taylor’s brigade of Louisiana troops was assigned to the command of Gen. Stonewall Jackson, whose taciturn nature and Calvinist theology were closely related phenomena. Taylor’s brigade made a long and rapid march to join Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley, covering 26 miles on the day they reached their camp near […]

Samuel L. Jackson Accuses Falsely. We Need A New Response: Forgiveness

by Smitty This smacks of intelligence preparation of the battlefield all the way: New York magazine recently tracked down actor Samuel L. Jackson to show him the Rick Perry nearly-invisible-N-word “scoop” and then asked him if he agreed with Morgan Freeman that the Tea Party was racist. Of course, he said. He also thought the […]

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