‘Fraid Not, Chief

The Most August Etty Biggs-Wharton, Chair of the Imperial Defense Commission, sat in her office and eyed the guardsman in front of her with disfavor. He stood at an unprofessional slouch. "Well?" she demanded of the guardsman. "Have you secured the inner doors?" It was true that the guards were greatly outnumbered by the crowd... Continue Reading →

The Prometheans Demand Blood

“One more day of blood sacrifice,” Pierce chanted. One more day. Painted in congealed arterial spray and clotting fluids, with sweat streaking his jowls and plastering expensively styled hair to his skull, he shrieked the shibboleths and prayed that this be would the day. The day his god would reward his devotion by ending the... Continue Reading →

Question and answer

This has been on my mind lately. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7ZqZVunCb4 What am I supposed to doIf I want to talk about peace and understandingBut you only understand the language of the swordWhat if I want to make you understand that the path you chose leads to downfallBut you only understand the language of the swordWhat if I... Continue Reading →

Heads they win, tails we lose

Some thoughts on cancel culture First, let's get something out of the way: I'm on the "wrong" side of this. The conservative one, more or less, although if I call myself anything, I'd say I'm more like a constitutionalist libertarian. (Socially liberal/economically conservative, all that.) Politically, I'm a leave-me-the-hell-alone-ist. I want a government that's as... Continue Reading →

We did it to you for your own good

And that's the important thing, right? https://time.com/5936036/secret-2020-election-campaign/

America is stronger than they are

The next four years are going to be difficult and incredibly ugly -- but the illegal occupiers of the White House and the evil cabal behind them aren't going to be having a great time of it, either. None of this is going to go the way they expect. Hell, they've already locked down the... Continue Reading →

Happy Bill of Rights Day!

Today is the 229th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights to the Constitution of the United States of America. It really should be a national holiday on par with the Fourth of July. The flag of the United States, circa 1880.

Smells like social justice

"Envy-driven rent-seeking is the lowest form of human moralizing, and it valorizes the most destructive, venial, self-obsessed impulses in human nature." JD Sawyer

A sentiment…

“Conservatism starts from a sentiment that all mature people can readily share: the sentiment that good things are easily destroyed, but not easily created.” Roger Scruton (h/t The Dacian)

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