Tagged: politics

greenland 19

Manifest Trumpestiny

Really the Danes should consider the offer. After all, this may be their one chance to sell the island to a President who doesn’t understand the Mercator Projection.

facebook 6

If I Ran Facebook

We DON’T need to get the government involved.They just need to put ME in charge. Seriously, I know exactly what needs to be done to make Facebook a better experience for all of us.

mass shooting 11

We Don’t Really Care Why

I don’t know the answer. I just know we will never find it because we can’t leave our corners.

ESPN 139

On Changing The Subject

A place where you can go to get news about sports, sports, sports and not Trump, Trump, Trump.

michael avenatti 11

Indict the System, With an Expert in Indictments

Symposium: There is no “I” in “team” but there is a “me”, and there is an “I” in Avenatti, and both are in “nominee.” You see what needs to happen here.

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Kevin Williamson’s Smallest World

A radical libertarian manifesto that deserves to be taken seriously – and rejected. A Review of Kevin Williamson’s “The Smallest Minority: Independent Thinking in the Age of Mob Politics”

pete buttigieg 48

Mayor Pete

Symposium: I think a Buttigieg presidency would be incredibly boring. And frankly, I could use a bit of boring right now. Vote for Mayor Pete. And maybe, if we’re lucky, we can occasionally forget that he’s President.

tea party 83

RetConning the Tea Party

Whatever its genesis, a populist movement is always a populist movement, and they always end the same way.

Joe Biden 36

Biden Sings Same Song, Second Verse

Democratic primary frontrunner Joe Biden was unveiling his healthcare proposal, and the tagline he laid on folks sounds strangely familiar.

Nancy Pelosi 45

AOC and “Squad” vs Nancy Pelosi

It’s a sign of how crazy the times have gotten that many libertarians and conservatives — including this one — now see Pelosi as the voice of reason.

quarterly performance review 4

Good, Bad, and Indifferent: QPR for 2Q

Opining on the interwebs doesn’t have quarterly performance reviews, but if it did, let’s see how some of the words I’ve put out into the ether have held up.

partisan

A Polish Joke

The whole point was to see myself through other eyes, note the differences in perception, and try to understand where they come from.

Pete Buttigieg 32

The Pete Principle

There has to be an underdog to the story, whether he wins or not, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg checks a lot of those boxes.

world 13

Ordinary World 8Apr19

Your Ordinary World for 8Apr19 feature links to great writing and viewpoints to read, share & discuss.

Revenge 81

The Revenge Cycle, On Repeat

The same folks who are never satisfied no matter the outcome drive the ones with the most to lose away from their only mechanism of being heard.