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Noted in Passing: Jan 6. Really? REALLY?

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  • Mike Austin June 12, 2022, 10:51 AM

    Dog meets pony and they put on a show. Nothing but a political carny act. The politicos who are engaged in this ham-fisted farce really, really hate Trump—but they fear him more. When Trump wins in 2024 I hope he brings his own Robespierre.

  • oldvet50 June 12, 2022, 11:42 AM

    Mike Austin – You don’t seem to understand the depth of their hatred and depravity. They would rather invite total nuclear annihilation of this country than to have conservatives win. Do you think they will allow an election in 2024? I suspect something untoward will happen prior to the midterms seeing that a huge red wave is building up.

    • Mike Austin June 12, 2022, 1:54 PM

      I did not mention elections. I wish Trump wins in 2024 in the same way that Caesar won in 48 BC at Pharsalus.

      Did you not understand why I mentioned Robespierre?

      “They would rather invite total nuclear annihilation of this country than to have conservatives win.” In all 6000 years of History I have never heard of a ruling class that purposefully desired the total annihilation of their own nation.

      As for the other side “not allowing elections”: Do you fully comprehend the consequences of that? It would be an immediate civil war. Might as well get that show on the road anyway—the sooner the better.

      As for me not understanding ” the depth of their hatred and depravity”: Only someone who does not know me at all would write that.

      • Anonymous June 13, 2022, 5:55 AM

        It would be an immediate civil war.

        Actually, no.

        This is the way the world ends. This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang but a whimper.” ― T.S. Eliot, The Hollow Men.

        • Mike Austin June 13, 2022, 6:17 AM

          As I was writing of a US civil war, your Eliot quote concerning the end of the world is irrelevant. Besides, his prediction contradicts the Book of Revelation. So whom to believe: Eliot or God?

          Chose wisely.

      • PGT Beauregard June 13, 2022, 9:58 AM

        Mike: You write

        In all 6000 years of History I have never heard of a ruling class that purposefully desired the total annihilation of their own nation.

        “their own nation” being the operative phrase.

        They do not view America as their own nation. The Globe, maybe, but America and its deplorables in flyover country are nothing more than “no see ‘ums” to be swatted and killed.

        • Mike Austin June 13, 2022, 10:40 AM

          We might be mixing up the meaning of “nation” and that of “people”. Most assuredly the ruling elites hate the American people. They do not at all want us all dead, for who then would provide for them? They want us subservient, docile and easily manipulated—helots to their Spartans. They also want any possible leader among us to be dead—thus the 2020 elections and today’s J6. It goes without saying therefore that they absolutely, positively must get our guns. Unless they do, the elites cannot win.

          To clarify: No ruling class in 6000 years of History has desired and worked toward the extermination of its family, its friends, its associates, its sources of power and status, its property, its sources of income, its investments, and so on. The Washington DC types believe that they can tweak Russia’s and China’s noses with no consequence whatsoever. They do not believe that either nation would send nuclear missiles our way. If Russia and China said in unison, “Alea iacta est!” and launched, the elites would have 22 minutes to do—something.

          If nuclear war broke out, the US would lose New York City, Boston and Washington DC to Russia; and Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles to China. In other words a tremendous number of progressives would be turned into nuclear waste.

          What a shame.

          • james wilson June 13, 2022, 5:17 PM

            “No ruling class in 6000 years of History has……..”
            Not perhaps a ruling class, but a class of people in the 20th century were prepared, and sometimes did, sacrifice themselves and their families for the cause of Utopia. No price was too great. They may not rule the ruling class but they are made welcome to scheme within it. The ruling class have no enemies to the left.

            As Fred Thompson’s fictional Admiral said–This business will get out of control. It will get out of control and we’ll be lucky to live through it.

    • jiminalaska June 13, 2022, 9:18 AM

      Of course they’ll allow or demand the election in 2024. Why on earth shouldn’t they?

      After all they’ve 20,000 mules, own the vote counting machines, can stop the vote count in the middle of the night to allow correction of wrongvote.

      I wouldn’t be surprised if America’s Paper Of Discord, the NY Times were to front page, second coming type, headline, announce the results of the 2024, cleanest, fairest, safest, most honest election ever, tomorrow.

      • anonymous June 13, 2022, 8:23 PM

        After all they’ve 20,000 mules, own the vote counting machines, can stop the vote count in the middle of the night to allow correction of wrongvote. You got this right.

        In 2017, when SHE came in to this small town to tell us about her management of the elections department. She was new to this state and spoke with such firm authority–guaranteeing that there would be no fraud. Only one problem–SHE (the expert) came from SEATTLE. The state that has not had a clean election in at least 60 years! SHE had been trained by the very best. You know how you can tell? When you ask an informed and direct question–her response is–“WHAT IS YOUR NAME?”
        The following year (2018) she moved the largest polling place at the last minute. Away from the school where it had been held for years. She moved it to a place three miles down the highway. The reason: “there is construction going on in the area.” There was so much confusion at the “new polling place”. However, it was not difficult to see the “managers” those sought little SOB’s who admitted to being brought in from Chicago to help manage the polling process. Yep–you Ketchum. Voter fraud has been going on since the Chicago company which makes slot machines took over the manufacture of voting machines!! Who knew!!

  • ghostsniper June 12, 2022, 12:29 PM

    I think your both wrong.
    Something else is stirring.
    Worse than you can imagine.

    • Princess Cutekitten June 12, 2022, 1:10 PM

      Give me a hint?

    • OneGuy June 12, 2022, 1:59 PM

      Worldwide famine. A great depression. Massive illegal immigration from shit hole countries, yes, much worse than today. Bank failures and your entire savings lost but you will still be on the hook to pay your debts. Pensions ended including SS. Marital law. confiscation of “hoarded” food. Shutdowns and mandates (you allowed it once, that was a test). Week and month long blackouts, even water shut off. Health care unavailable. Higher taxes and the government taking your homes. more riots and killing in your towns by quasi-government black shirts, in the name of equity of course.

      • Mike Austin June 12, 2022, 2:45 PM

        You left out of your apocalyptic fantasy 150,000,000 Americans with 500,000,000 guns. Are they simply going to sit around while all that goes on around them?

        Scenarios like the one you mentioned always imagine a ruling elite with super powers, that whatever the elite want to happen will happen. Well then: When has such a thing ever occurred? Are there to be no “unintended consequences”?

        Your scary story might frighten schoolgirls, but no one else.

        • ghostsniper June 12, 2022, 5:37 PM

          I don’t know how 1/2 a billion guns are going to prevent any of the things Oneguy said.
          Take this one for example: “Bank failures and your entire savings lost…”, which I believe is very probable. How are all those guns going to stop that? Go into the bank and shoot everybody? For what, revenge? shrug Your money is pixels and they are gone. Now what?

          Or this one, “Health care unavailable.” Got a doctor in your pocket? Can you fix your own broken leg? Or are you gonna pull your gun and kidnap a doctor? I’m using the word you figuratively.

          I believe guns have their use but I also see their limitations and I don’t see how they are useful in the scenarios Oneguy mentioned, which is what I believe will happen as well. We do know that this rotten assed gov’t has the peddle to the floor on this highway to hell, and I’m ready to blow some heads but the conditions have to be right. FWIW, I have a long history of not trusting banks and for the past year I have, little by little to not set off any red flares, removed most of my coin from their evil hands. I am also trying to buffer myself from an array of situations that could occur. Being out here in the woods is the best move I ever made.

          • Mike Austin June 12, 2022, 6:04 PM

            Anyone can compose a list of scary scenarios that are right around the corner, that will happen no matter what, that will mean the end of society as we have known it, that we are helpless to prevent—and so on. That’s the easy part. The hard part is actually logically following through with such fantasies, to trace them to some conclusion. This exact problem is what SHTF writers like Matt Bracken and Kurt Schlichter have dealt with. To omit other possibilities, to not fully understand consequences, to ignore annoying variables—and 150,000,000 gun owners is one Hell of an annoying variable—is to resemble in all details a chicken little howling in the dark.

            Possibilities are endless. Probabilities are not. Best not to confuse them.

            • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 3:55 AM

              I keep all options open and my ears to the wind. While danger is everywhere I limit it’s damage as best I can. Isolation is my primary weapon. Remus rule modified: avoid society

              • Mike Austin June 13, 2022, 5:09 AM

                It is obvious that you have done everything in your power to prepare for what is coming: however it comes; from where it comes; in what form it comes. I am likewise, though from a completely different angle. I live in an apartment in Oklahoma City. Every possible extra space is filled with the things that will allow me to survive for sometime without the veneer of civilization. Oklahoma City is really just a grown up cattle town.


                Rednecks, guns, trucks and Trump supporters as far as the eye can see—and in every direction and in every place.

                Like the realtors’ mantra: “Location, location, location.” All the preparing on earth will serve not at all for a man living in Los Angeles or New York City. He and everyone around him will be swept away when things go spicy.

                • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 11:12 AM

                  Ya know Mike, ever since I heard of your up coming bike hike and read your write up on your other one, I have done some mental fantasizing and wondered if that might be in my future when the time makes it impossible to not do that. IOW, when the US model as we know it becomes unbearable and the only sane choice is to armor up and head out in the open air, with nothing but our cunning and what we can carry. I have long wondered about the feasibility of setting out alone with 2 horses and what I need to live, ie., circa 1825 not unlike Jeremiah Johnson (my fav movie). But instead of 2 nice flintlocks I’d have an AR15, as 12ga pump and a pair of 9mm pistols. lol

                  • Vanderleun June 13, 2022, 11:18 AM

                    Vote # 2 for Jeremiah Johnson.

                  • Mike Austin June 13, 2022, 12:18 PM

                    I’m with Gerard: Jeremiah Johnson. I would show the film to my 8th graders every year. Don’t forget the Hawken rifle.

                    Today I disassembled, cleaned and lubricated my .40 Smith & Wesson, and replaced the JHPs with 180 grain FMJs. Better for bears. Where I will be wild camping those beasts are as thick as fleas. And no, I don’t hang my food every night. I keep it in my tent. The bear knows that if he wants my food he will have a fight on his hands—and I have a gun that works real well.

                    As for heading outdoors, the issue I have with the modern US is that it is so organized, so clean, so maintained—and so ridiculously safe, so absurdly safe, so damn safe. Real adventure—the type you mentioned you want to do some day—is hard to come by. True adventure is risky; true adventure is as dangerous as a beautiful woman. Without danger, what would be the point? If a man doesn’t want danger, what the Hell does he want? Does he want to live forever?

                    Every man should be able to be described as Lady Lamb described Byron: “Mad, bad and dangerous to know.” That is pretty much how my sister-in-law described me. She despises me by the way.

                    All the backpackers and bikepackers on YouTube are all wrapped up in being so safe. They use apps to tell them where to walk, where to find water, where to camp—and probably where to shit. They walk on wide trails with their faces stuck onto a machine—just like they do in cities. They have no idea—none at all—what real adventure is like, of what real life is like. You on those 2 horses wandering among God’s creation would be wholly and completely alive—and dangerous.

                    You reminded me that my Surly bike is like a trusty steed. It carries me and me gear and needs a great deal of upkeep to be happy. My ex-girlfriend was like that too.

  • Gagdad Bob June 12, 2022, 1:36 PM

    The frightened liberal is a bloodthirsty animal. –Dávila

    • Mike Austin June 12, 2022, 6:24 PM

      “A frightened and bloodthirsty chipmunk is still a chipmunk.” —Aústin

  • Snakepit Kansas June 12, 2022, 2:26 PM

    A riot that got a bit out of control, but no worse than what we have seen around the country for over a year now. So what? Believe me, if those folks wanted a real insurrection they all would have brought their AR15s.

    • azlibertarian June 12, 2022, 5:14 PM

      Exactly. In a country of 340 million people who own 400+ million guns (and I believe that figure is low), why ostensibly serious people believe that an “insurrection” was launched with nothing more dangerous than zip ties is beyond me.

      • ghostsniper June 12, 2022, 5:45 PM

        I’m not convinced anyone with an IQ higher than their shoe size believes any of it. There will always be ninnies incapable of thinking for themselves and they will be rolled under in short time. But overall I think most average people are well aware of the amount of lying the gov’t and media are delivering. They are treating all that lying the same way the do all the negro’s in the TV commercials. They find something else to do. I am NOT speaking for the parasite class, which is a whole nuther animal, brainless, dysfunctional and meant to be killed.

        • Mike Austin June 12, 2022, 6:20 PM

          It is not a question of belief, but of faith, of obedience to the tribe. The progressives will inhale anything sent to them by the ruling elites—and no questions will be asked, or even allowed. Logic and reasoning and debate have nothing to do with it. We saw this most recently with the war in Ukraine. Men who could not find Ukraine on a map suddenly became experts on the nation. Ukrainian flag pins were sported, the “Ghost of Kiev” was saluted, Zelenskyy was hailed as a reincarnated Churchill, and the war fighting ability of Ukraine would send its invincible legions to the gates of Moscow. All that was patent nonsense of course—and now known to have been all along a fable told to children—but that mattered not at all. What mattered was adherence to the code of the tribe.

          This J6 committee is likewise. Truth is irrelevant. One must prattle whatever he is told to prattle. Thinking is just a hinderance.

    • Balls to the Wall June 17, 2022, 12:23 AM

      Next time maybe they will bring their AR-15s, having learned from their mistakes on Jan 6.
      All the more reason to punish those responsible now.

      Where will your Constitution worship be when democracy is definitively destroyed?

  • V-8 Intercepter Main Force Patrol June 12, 2022, 2:49 PM

    Mystery Babylon Be is on it with a snarky committee formed to find out why no one is watching the kabuki.
    Too busy stocking up on groceries and gas before any more shelve are empty and it hits $6 a gallon.
    Dominion/SmartMatic will soon be pushing Pence/Romney 2024 to throw the Grand Old Politburo true believers a bone.

  • Gordon Scott June 12, 2022, 6:36 PM

    The Star-Tribune, at which I still look now and then, leads with “Committee members say enough evidence to indict Trump.” You have to read down quite a bit past at least two mentions of “Trump’s lies” to find out that it’s Adam Schiff making the claim.

    That’s right, same Adam Schiff who announced at least twice he has just seen evidence that the Russian Collusion Hoax was fact, man.

    I am embarrassed to admit I ever wrote news professionally.

    • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 4:02 AM

      If you wrote the news right you shouldn’t be embarrassed.
      Most news today isn’t news at all, just fabricated rumors meant to collect mouse clicks.
      Every morning I run down the list at Google News, mostly skipping stuff that is obviously fodder, but occasionally stopping on something interesting or possibly truthful. On a normal morning, like this morning, that list pretty fast. The fabricated lies are easy to spot and the writers are on the level of 7th graders.

  • edaddy June 12, 2022, 7:19 PM

    Only kinda interested in the latest ghostsniper/Mike Austin response about things, but wondering, Gerard, whatever happened to that kid at Sippican College who could calculate Presidents by number? That was long before folks like Ghost and Mike showed up.

  • Bones June 12, 2022, 8:32 PM

    I’m one of those funny Christian folk who believe that while our technology grows, and we have more comfort, ease of life and stability, (in this country at least), the enemy of our souls has a different plan.

    Is this the end of all things? I can’t say. I do know that the country I grew up in is gone. I’m an Eagle Scout, and I swore to “do my duty to God and my Country.” I swore an oath as an Army Officer to “defend the Constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

    We are led now by those who swore the same oath as I did, and who have violated that oath. They are the “domestic enemy” that I was told about. I can’t help but link their agenda with the one who plans the destruction of our lives, happiness and our souls.

    Stand strong Brothers and Sisters! We know how this ends.

    • Balls to the Wall June 17, 2022, 12:21 AM

      Do you think urging an armed mob to attack the Capitol and try to murder the vice president counts as “defending the Constitution”?

  • ThisIsNotNutella June 12, 2022, 10:05 PM

    Pitchforks and Machetes… What’s not to like?

  • KCK June 12, 2022, 10:21 PM

    Look at the following douchebags trying to LARP as Whitey Conservative. How many conservative groups go around in masks? Here is your current 5thGEN conflict:


    • ThisIsNotNutella June 12, 2022, 11:38 PM

      As other commentators has pointed out, this not unmasking them while they’re all there cuffed or zip-tied is a huge tell that must be a bunch of Fed Provocateurs and informants in amongst them.

      That fact that they’re all dressed alike and (whilst not quite got up in Hugo Boss) look like the Usual Suspects’ wet dreams of throwback rough trade domination is another huge tell.

      • Gordon Scott June 13, 2022, 10:56 AM

        I had heard of the arrests, but had not looked at any stories. One glance at that video and I knew this was a fed operation. For one thing, what bunch of serious patriots would get into a freaking UHaul truck? But clearly, this was a badly run op. For one thing, the tiki torches are missing.

    • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 4:07 AM

      Battle lines are being drawn.
      Short memories combined with limited intellect.

    • KCK June 13, 2022, 8:37 AM

      NotNutella, and Ghost. Some municipalities have laws against masks on demonstrators. A thoughtful lawman, or city councilman, would unmask them.

      When you’re in the military, you have certain bearing. It is always on you, like a uniform itself. The very cut-rate quality of this LARPing group is cringe-worthy. The military bearing, the way they jump into trucks, the stupid fukn shields with subtle NaughtZee designs. The way their website invokes native enemies on the continent. Who writes like that?

      That time when the demand for “racism” outstrips the supply. Then, the democrat(ic) party has to invent racists out of whole cloth. We need a name for that person and that phenomenon.

      • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 11:17 AM


        • KCK June 13, 2022, 12:22 PM


      • ThisIsNotNutella June 13, 2022, 2:40 PM

        “We need a name for that person and that phenomenon.”

        Yeshiva Dreams are one of several observable sequelae of the Tyranny of Shmuel Differences. Said disease being very common in and around Swamps.

        There’s also an implied olympian contempt for the Normies who are fed such amateurish propaganda. The Producers of this sorry gig wouldn’t have lasted a week on the Catskills Circuit.

        • KCK June 14, 2022, 7:41 AM

          As I look ito their web presence, it is fairly elaborate, but unconvincing. But their ground game is slap-dash and half-assed. Is it a weakness, or a feature?

  • Tom Hyland June 12, 2022, 10:31 PM

    Gentlemen… here’s the shit going down. It’s inevitable since its birth at Jekyll Island… a sobering wake up call. Keep your metals… all kinds… and essentials close. https://thegoodcitizen.substack.com/p/i-am-uncle-sams-inflation?s=r

    • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 4:18 AM

      Yesterday I bought another $800 in silver coins, 1000 rds of 5.56 and 1000 rds of 9mm.
      Saturday I bought a 110 year old Stanley plane that needs to be restored, which I have already started on. The ongoing goal is to remain as self sufficient as possible. All the signals coming across the bow indicate life as we have known it is slowly changing for the worse in all ways. The ways of society over the past 40 years are coming to an end and ancient ways will be the way forward. Technology is terminal and if you stick with it while avoiding a hands-on approach you will be terminal too. Flexibility, observance, maneuverability.

      • Tom Hyland June 13, 2022, 6:29 AM

        Hi Ghost. To further underline these hard realities that you and I are grappling with, Martin Armstrong has written a keen analysis of governments everywhere abandoning all pretense of upholding the law. This is history repeating itself because that’s what these desperate money changers do when they’ve shit the temple they occupy. https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/politics/robbing-russians-you-are-next/

        • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 12:15 PM

          Some cheer the US seizing of Russian assets but they better be careful of what they cheer – they may be next, and probably so, afterall, it’s been ongoing.

          Confiscating someone else’s money demonstrates how desperate politics has become. They MUST retain power and they will justify their actions just as Thraymacus argued in his debate with Socrates. Justice is always the same no matter what form of government because justice simply becomes the self-interest of those in power.

          There is no more onerous thug on the planet than the US gov’t employee. They were born wrong and stealing is their genetic flaw. They can only be cured one way – elimination. Got sharp edges?

      • jiminalaska June 13, 2022, 10:04 AM

        Silver coins or one troy ounce silver rounds, Ghost? I go with the silver rounds, paying for silver, bid/ask price period, silver coins pay extra for rarity, etc.

        Self sufficient; Forge set up, electric blower on it by I’ve as hand crank blower I can throw on it if necessary. I’ve a few rounds of ammo and not too long ago realized any bolt action can be converted to a black powder matchlock just by drilling a touch hole atop the chamber.

        • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 11:29 AM

          Jim, I’m fairly new at this game having started buying silver about a year ago from JM Bullion. One of my “game plans” in the future is to be an Assayer. My understanding is that to avoid problems with identifying precious metals is that you should collect those that are easily identifiable and hard to counterfeit. US minted coins.

          I started, a year ago, by buying 100 90% silver dimes, Roosevelt dimes. The cost was about $2.60 per dime. Then I bought 100 Liberty dimes at about the same cost. Each month I have made 2 or 3 purchases from the same place for about the same amounts, but chaging the denominations. I now have dimes, quarters, halves, and dollars. All US Mint, all 90% silver.

          I studied how to determine real silver and gold from fake and bought several kits for doing that determination, also a pair of gram scales, 1 digital, 1 triple beam.

          An example of exchange is: The lady down the road bakes and sells loaves of healthy non-preservative bread for $3. each. I could buy 1 loaf for 1 dime. She could tell the dime is real by the way it looks – worn, but still has identifiable details – unlikely to be fake. This model (1 dime = $3.) works well for most of the normal things I purchase. I don’t buy gold because the increments are way too high, roughly $1800 per ounce. You can buy 1/10 ounce pieces but you wander into the area of how do you determine if its fake or not?

  • Dirk June 13, 2022, 7:00 AM

    Read that just this morning, Martin Armstrong economics should be in EVERY daily reading list. His computer models are solid gold regarding who what where when why and how.

  • Tom Hyland June 13, 2022, 9:26 AM

    This the planned demolition of humanity. Soros, Schwab, Hollywood and congressional whores make sure this behavior proliferates in order to demoralize everyone… to invite everyone into the mud pit while Rome is burning. Here’s a 9 minute video of multiple participants interviewed at the gay pride parade in DC this past weekend. https://tinyurl.com/5az9he9k

    • ghostsniper June 13, 2022, 11:43 AM

      I watched about 4 mins worth. Every one of those people lack self worth. They know they have no value to themselves and others. They lack the intellectual bandwidth to anything but go with the flow and since they live in a metropolis the easy flow is fake gender confusion. Every one of them knows to either stand or sit to piss. They expect others to accept their valueless asses.

      The cure for that laziness is to put a shovel or hoe in their hands and send them to the fields for 10 hour days to realign their molecules. A few whip marks on their naked backs will do wonders for curing their illness of massive laziness. When the approaching tough times surround them they will find their silliness is less tolerable. But then also, in tough times warriors will take their bitches where they find them and dispose of them when done.

      • Tom Hyland June 13, 2022, 6:07 PM

        Yeah, I didn’t give it more than 4 minutes myself but I just like to warn people how long a video is. I know gay dudes that absolutely hate this shit and they find dykes particularly repulsive.

  • Teri Pittman June 13, 2022, 11:30 AM

    I hate to say this but OKC contains most of the Lefties in the state. Look at how the voting goes. It’s true of cities even in the reddest of states. And yes, location is critical, which is why I’m leaving WA state and heading to the Midwest.

    It’s not enough to stockpile stuff. You need community.

    • Vanderleun June 13, 2022, 12:12 PM

      “It’s not enough to stockpile stuff. You need community.”

      I’M PUTTING that right up there with “Avoid crowds.”

    • Mike Austin June 13, 2022, 12:32 PM

      Every county in Oklahoma voted for Trump in 2020. No other state can claim such a thing. OKC might have “most of the lefties” in the state—actually, I believe it is Tulsa—but they still number very few. Meaning that they don’t matter. And when push comes to shove, they will matter even less.


      1. Best gun laws in the nation
      2. Lots of cattle, pigs, wheat, corn, barley, natural gas and oil
      3. Our own chicken and dairy plants
      4. No border with Mexico
      5. No one here named Beto

      • Balls to the Wall June 17, 2022, 12:19 AM

        Oklahoma is also ranked 47th in education, and has the 10th highest violent crime in all the states.

        But sure, tell me what a conservative utopia it is.

        • Vanderleun June 17, 2022, 7:27 AM

          It’s a conservative utopia.

    • Vanderleun June 13, 2022, 4:30 PM

      You mean they have both the lefties inside city limits? Hunt them down!

  • ThisIsNotNutella June 13, 2022, 2:52 PM

    National Review exceeds expectations yet again.


    • Mike Austin June 13, 2022, 3:04 PM

      For a so-called “conservative” rag it has conserved exactly nothing. The Z-Man has harped on this theme for years. I stopped reading it before Buckley died and have never—and will never—return. It gets its money from the same places that “The Bulwark” and “The Dispatch” get theirs: big donors, think tanks, NGOs and such flotsam.

  • Balls to the Wall June 17, 2022, 12:17 AM

    Hilarious that conservatives love “law and order” right up until the moment when the president tries to enact a violent coup. Then suddenly it’s “no big deal” and any attempt to hold the guilty accountable is a “dog and pony show.”
    Can you guys smell your own hypocrisy?

    • Vanderleun June 17, 2022, 7:28 AM

      Says the man who has consistently, for years, failed to outrun his own flatulence.

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