I am the first to hate Marxism
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Jun 24, 2018 - 12:00pm
I am the first to hate Marxism

 I am a Romanian and I lived through those times. I was struggling these days to understand what an intellectual really is.. Those who don't understand that there might be a possibility that they don't know anything cannot be considered intellectuals by any stretch of the imagination. Even if they read a book.    I am the first to hate marxism, in fact I have no greater passion than hating marxism and communism. Ceausescu was far more tame than people think. He in fact loved Romania, opposed the USSR invasion of Czechoslovakia, cultivated love for history (although he proclaimed himself the greatest hero of all), religion was tolerated, and in the end he tried to make Romania independent from any foreign influence. This last fact led to his killing - he had to be silenced and replaced with a better servant of the globa…

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Trying to Make Sense of a Confusing World I Look t…

The subject of my high praise is but a fictional character.  Yet it was the imagination of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra that brought to life the ingenious gentleman, Don Quixote de La Mancha.  Born in the sixteenth century, Cervantes was an avid scholar of the romanticized epics of such he…

Jun 24, 2018 - 12:12am
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Foolish, foolish leftists...

...they think that by not allowing American citizens to own guns, it will stop radicals from killing... well, think again. Radicals WILL ALWAYS have weapons, and by taking weapons away from the rest of us, it makes TARGETS out of the young, and everywhere that armed protection is absent.   RESP…

Jun 23, 2018 - 9:48pm
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Liberals see the world as it is and conservatives…

What was the "real" reason the electoral college was originally established? Slavery. In a direct election system, the South would have lost every time because a huge percentage of its population was slaves, and slaves couldn't vote. But an Electoral College allows states to count slaves, albeit at …

Jun 23, 2018 - 2:19pm
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The 1%, the .01%

Ever wonder what does it take to be in the 1% or the .01% in the US.  Well I've done some research.  The average income needed to be in the 1% in the US is about $450K a year, with that varying state by state.  From a low of $226K to a high of $650K.  This group consists of occup…

Jun 23, 2018 - 11:03am
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Women Go Through Hell

Yesterday, while embarked on the usual commute, I was almost killed by a large SUV that was kamikazically-driven by a Barbie Doll-like hot blonde floozy that ran a red light. The offending vehicle immediately entered a gas station that I was coincidentally going to as well. Being somewhat pissed, I …

Jun 23, 2018 - 2:30am
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TRUMP against THE LEFT, Powers to control the Worl…

I am so glad Trump is one tough cookie and is not a push over every time we have some kind of leftist uprising.  For the first time in a while now we have a president who listens to the people and makes decisions which the average Joe Worker agrees with.  I hope his strength against the in…

Jun 22, 2018 - 7:06pm
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How Climate Disruption Works

Many know absolutely nothing about how climate disruption works. There is already a certain amount of global warming baked in from the greenhouse gases we've already emitted & which will stick around in our atmosphere & oceans for decades & centuries to come. It will adversely affec…

Jun 22, 2018 - 6:52pm
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Overwhelmed by illegals

The big blue wave the Dimmz want will become the big blue grave this midterm . Thanks to Nancy , Chucky, and Maxiepad Mad Maxine Waters. I predict a 20-30 % seats lost by the Dimmwitted Party no matter who they promise to throw under the bus.   "The people" are overwhelmed by illegals infesting…

Jun 22, 2018 - 3:29pm
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The Future War

“Politics isn’t like war.  It is war.”   President Lyndon Baines Johnson   On Nov. 8, 2016, voters rejected the status quo candidate named Hillary Clinton.  Against all odds, Donald Trump stood against the devil and spit in her eye.   This was only th…

Jun 22, 2018 - 3:22pm
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$5 Lettuce or $20 Lettuce

On another WB thread, I have been having an interesting discussion with another WB contributor. It is time to put the summation of this discussion into its own article.   On one hand, the WB contributor is rightly concerned about the social issues surrounding USA's illegal immigrants. On the ot…

Jun 22, 2018 - 1:29pm
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The intelligence of Democrats

Are horses smarter than a Democrat? I think in many cases that is correct. When I was raised it was on a small farm of 100 head of cattle and we also had two horses. My father used them for deer hunting in the fall. He would put a couple of handful of grain in a bucket and the horse would come…

Jun 22, 2018 - 12:42pm
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President Trump: Potentially God’s Greatest…

In the next election, President Trump will be victorious if he fails his calling as God’s greatest gift to women of the world. Indeed, as his presidency was predicated by President Obama, he is here to produce our first woman president. However, such will not happen if the pink pussy and mult…

Jun 22, 2018 - 11:37am
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The exploitation of Mexico by the rich

The U$A in fact has a reputation of violently and often genocidally seizing territory to expand the nation.  The foreign debt of Mexico was the result of extremely abusive policies on the part of the rich countries. Mexico was being strangled by them, just as is done today to many of the former…

Jun 22, 2018 - 9:20am
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The Federal Fracas

Recently, someone advocated the dissolution of the federal government of the United States, insisting that the states could manage themselves. It also suggested that the federal government has usurped power and taken away the rights of states. Let’s consider a few things.   There is no do…

Jun 22, 2018 - 5:54am
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The American Eagle is SICK!

The eagle is sick. Some kind of disease has infected its brain. I believe it is a parasite. I have isolated this invader called internet. It fools the brain into thinking it is alone in thinking, and doesn't need the body made of conflicts. Conflicts that require compromise to function. The left win…

Jun 22, 2018 - 12:42am
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The American Eagle is SICK!

The eagle is sick. Some kind of disease has infected its brain. I believe it is a parasite. I have isolated this invader called internet. It fools the brain into thinking it is alone in thinking, and doesn't need the body made of conflicts. Conflicts that require compromise to function. The left win…

Jun 22, 2018 - 12:42am
 
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EV Gravy Train End of the Line?

Imagine if I bought a Hummer, a high-end, very expensive Hummer or some other very expensive vehicle only the rich can afford.  You know them… the kind of vehicles that cost as much as a small home in fly over country.   Hopefully you said… “We’ll, that’s your…

Jun 21, 2018 - 4:09pm
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The problem is with guns...

...Full stop. Not legal or illegal guns. The vast majority of murders with guns are spur of the moment "crimes of passion". Some loser gets mad, pulls out a gun and shoots some other loser over a girl or that he was cut off in traffic. No gun no murder.    I have never been robbed, ne…

Jun 21, 2018 - 10:32am
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Trump has been following a Nazi play book from the…

It is not surprising to see the Nazi parallels in Trump's word choice. He has been following many Nazi guidelines since he got into the race. Riling up the crowd and inciting them towards violence, disdain for other countries, parties and the press, dehumanizing anyone he sees as an enemy.   Th…

Jun 21, 2018 - 9:07am
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Happy Summer Solstice All!  A Story of a Forest an…

Being the longest day of the year, Mrs. Junior and I packed a picnic and took our old Golden Retriever, Chauncey, out to our private Inverness in Santa Ysabel, California.  We play a childish game to celebrate escaping the city as we drive through the cattle, sheep and goat ranches.  There…

Jun 21, 2018 - 4:44am
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Happy Summer Solstice All!  A Story of a Forest an…

Being the longest day of the year, Mrs. Junior and I packed a picnic and took our old Golden Retriever, Chauncey, out to our private Inverness in Santa Ysabel, California.  We play a childish game to celebrate escaping the city as we drive through the cattle, sheep and goat ranches.  There…

Jun 21, 2018 - 4:44am
 
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Happy Summer Solstice All!  A Story of a Forest an…

Being the longest day of the year, Mrs. Junior and I packed a picnic and took our old Golden Retriever, Chauncey, out to our private Inverness in Santa Ysabel, California.  We play a childish game to celebrate escaping the city as we drive through the cattle, sheep and goat ranches.  There…

Jun 21, 2018 - 4:43am
 
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