Thursday, September 30, 2010

Joseph Sobran dead at 64

Joseph Sobran has died. There was a trio of writers who maintained a rational conservative vision. One was Sam Francis, who died five years ago, another was Charley Reese, who has retired, and now we've lost Joseph Sobran. His website is still up HERE.

Sobran and Francis were about the same age, Reese ten years older. All three were genuine conservatives, in the pre-neocon era, when conservatism meant small government and minding your own business. All three were rejected by what passes for conservatism today. I recommend them all to you.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Classic cartoon!

Fred on Mexico

Fred tells us what the real deal is with Mexico and drugs and illegals. He should know — he lives there. Check it out HERE.

The Cretin Paradox (Sorry)


Members of the New Black Panther Party are seen outside a Philadelphia polling station in 2008. (YouTube)
Continuing the last post, did you realize that, in one of those delightful Douglas-Hofstadter self-referential paradoxes, only Whites can be racists? You see, it's a racist statement, because it asserts that a certain behavior is restricted to only one race. Therefore, only a White Person could make that assertion, because only Whites can be racist. It's logically impossible, therefore, for any non-White person to make that statement. Still, weirdly, non-Whites do say it, and therefore put the very fabric of the Universe in danger.

Anyhow, this isn't over. More on Holder's strange take on voting rights HERE.

Whatever shall we do with Eric Holder?

I think the next Attorney General's first task should be to arrest the current Attorney General. Here's the take from BAD EAGLE.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Are we at war, or not?

I don't entirely agree with Dr. Kanazawa HERE, but the question is a good one. Why doesn't Congress ever declare war any more? How can you have prisoners of war when we're not at war? And what's an 'unlawful combatant,' anyway? I've said it before, and I'll say it again — These wars (and now they're undisputably Obama's wars) don't seem to be doing US any good. If it's good for Afghanistan or Iraq, I really don't care. The only reason for a nation to make war on another is that such a war is in the first nation's interest. Arguments that we have to make Iraq into a New England townhall meeting for the benefit of the Iraqis, who for some reason have never considered it worth their blood to establish such a system, or that we have to make Afghanistan safe for feminism are bogus, wrong-headed, suicidal and dopey. The wars do NOT benefit the United States. Cui bono?

The Forgotten Man

Sumner, William Graham
Ever hear of this guy? William Graham Sumner is now pretty much a forgotten man, and that's ironic, because he wrote a dead-on essay called "The Forgotten Man," which starts out:

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The type and formula of most schemes of philanthropy or humanitarianism is this: A and B put their heads together to decide what C shall be made to do for D. The radical vice of all these schemes, from a sociological point of view, is that C is not allowed a voice in the matter, and his position, character, and interests, as well as the ultimate effects on society through C's interests, are entirely overlooked."


Of course, he died a century ago, and was White on top of that. So what could he possibly know? Read the rest HERE.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Reg Barclay is a Right-Wing fanatic

Barclay in control

I'd always assumed that Reg Barclay became a right-winger when the aliens (see above) enhanced his intelligence to the "Nth Degree." Anyhow, Dwight Schultz says no, he always was conservative. I first stumbled across this strange Hollywood fact when listening to Michael Savage's "Savage Nation" on the radio. Now, Savage is about halfway between an actual conservative, like me, and a neocon, because he's another one with the delusion that Israel is the 51st State. Be that as it may, it turned out that Dwight Schultz was subbing for Savage, and he went on to shock me further with his conservative credentials.

He had a podcast going until 3 years ago, and I don't know if he's continuing it or not. Check it out HERE.

Anyhow, it's nice to know that at least one Star Trek actor is not a touchy-feely liberal.

Oh, he was on A-Team, too.


If only Deanna had known!


Gypsies

Steve Sailer likes Jews who write Christmas ditties

Mayoral Election in DC


Tom Sowell explains WHAT HAPPENED IN THE WASHINGTON, DC ELECTION.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Poirot in Japan

Japan is amazing. Here they've made a whole series about Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple's grandniece.... Oh, and her grandniece's duck.


Watch Great Detectives Poirot and Marple (Ep. 01) in Animation | View More Free Videos Online at Veoh.com

L. Neil Smith on Guns

Neil probably says it better than anybody else HERE.

L Neil Smith ComicFest Guest

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Studio Ghibli

Studio Ghibli does it again! Anybody remember the "Borrowers" books?

TV ain't reality

Monday, September 20, 2010

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Poverty — Government's Greatest Resource!

Poverty rate keeps going up, thank goodness, because it's necessary as an excuse for the Government taking more of your money. Now, exactly what is the mechanism for this increase?

Friday, September 17, 2010

Cartoons in Japan




In the US, kids watch Dora the Explorer or Spongebob. In Japan....

US Dialects

I just took a dialect test, and tho I'm from the Midwest, I scored as mostly Southern. Try it out HERE.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

God help me, I love this whacky Japanese stuff

Another Job Americans Aren't Willing To Do?

The guy himself is bad enough, but you can hear the slime dripping off his lawyer.

Phobophobia

Ever notice that whenever you express an opinion that isn't left of center you're accused of "hate"? Joseph Sobran explains WHY.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Your Tax Dollars At Work

Eight hundred thou of the wonderful economic stimulus is used to promote a specific hygiene program. American taxpayers should be so proud! Read about it HERE. Note: If the illustration for this seems irrelevant it's because I couldn't think of an acceptable relevant one.

Americans Pay $113 Billion per Year to Subsidize Illegal Invasion of U.S.


Have you heard all the pcbs about how illegal aliens just pay so much in taxes that they make all our lives magnificently wonderful? And how poor we'd all be without them? That turns out to be not the case, as does so much of the rhetoric from the neocon/liberal alliance. Read about it at AMERICAN THIRD POSITION.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Scarlette and Sarah

I'm sure I'm not the first to notice this, but I was just watching Gone With The Wind and it struck me that Scarlette's transformation from a ditzy bimbo to a hard-core leader and action heroine is quite a bit like that of Sarah Connor....

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