Going to See My Aunt in Topeka

Back in those days when America’s immigration policy was first being written by robed Polynesians, I remarked in these pages on the prospects of Trump taking the matter to the Supreme Court. I estimated those prospects as being very poor based on no laws, precedent, or legal doctrine whatsoever. Instead my forecast for this apolitical,…

The Sacred Oath

Borrowing from the attributed Ben Franklin quip on democracy, I once observed that: Liberalism is two jews and a black voting on who to have for lunch; Conservatism is a well-armed white enforcing the result. In hindsight I should have qualified that this was mockery rather than edict, as it has been fully embraced on…

Science and Cigarettes

Yesterday the LA Times featured an op-ed entitled The Case for Restricting Hate Speech. The author was a Laura Beth Nielsen who reportedly earns her living as a “research professor.” What aspect of molecular dynamics is she researching you may wonder? That would be “law’s capacity for social change.” Ahh yes, the hard science of…

Crash of the Barbell

From a purely realpolitik perspective, the right does miserable work driving wedges into their opposing coalition. Given the snarling, incompatible, and mutually antagonistic factions within the left, it should be a simple and obligatory task to set them lunging for each other’s throats. If the last few centuries are any indication, jews and muslims seem…

God Finds Guidance

As many of you are likely aware, the Southern Baptist Convention recently peeled its tongue away from the succulent boots of “minority” tribalists to gasp in horror at white tribalism. The formal expression of this recoil taking the form of a resolution condemning the alt-right and all manifestations of white (exclusively) racism. The SBC’s public…

The Left’s National Pastime

Well the crack of the bat took on an unusual timbre at this morning’s congressional softball practice. It was there that a typically psychopathic prog named James T. Hodgkinson from Belleville, Illinois, specifically sought out republican targets and commenced to firing an equivalent number of rounds as were expended at the Battle of Verdun. The…

Deferred Action for Japanese Aggression (DAJA)

On December 8, 1941, both the US House and Senate passed war resolutions against Imperial Japan. These included authorization to initiate conflict and bring it to a prompt and successful conclusion. In passing this decree it was widely understood that Senators themselves would not be storming jungle machine gun nests, but rather their surrogates in…

The Exact Words I Wrote You Said

So I had a meeting recently with my boss. He doesn’t care for me much at all; which is quite a bit warmer than my feelings for him. Given this mutual antipathy, I decided to take meticulous notes on our meeting. I did this because I am a servant of the truth, and it is…

Spayed May Pays

Commenter Jeppo has historically mined the election numbers to offer analysis more penetrating than stock political glibery. So I’m happy to headline below his remarks on the British election for those interested in discussion. After looking closely at the final results, I’ve come to the counter-intuitive conclusion that — contra the media narrative — this…