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Lyndhurst 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wow. Did you miss the point.

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Lyndhurst 8 points ago +8 / -0

This is still what the good ole days look like in flyover land.

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Lyndhurst 2 points ago +2 / -0

Then draw the equivalent as you see it.

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Lyndhurst 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sleepy, and wet behind the ears, and his radio cut out.

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Lyndhurst 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm really hyped by all the good news and that just made my day.

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Lyndhurst 2 points ago +2 / -0

All the more reason to cuff him. Do it now. Set an example, or be the example who didn't do shit.

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Lyndhurst 3 points ago +3 / -0

"According to The Federalist's Sean Davis, Bobulinski will play the tape on Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Tuesday, when Carlson will devote his show 'entirely' to an interview with the Biden whistleblower."

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Lyndhurst 3 points ago +3 / -0

Crimes against humanity.

"The great political crisis now is that a pandemic is being used to justify an end-run around constitutional rights, an end-run around pluralist society, and so the vehicle – the mechanism – that the general public might use to fight for their version of a ‘reset’ is on the verge of disappearing.

In many ways this means that now is the final moment. We ask – whose great reset, ours or theirs?"

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Lyndhurst 3 points ago +3 / -0

She was able to draw crowds of 250 or a few more. B&H can't get a couple dozen. That says it all.

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Lyndhurst 1 point ago +1 / -0

Great read. A bit long but very insightful.

"The great political crisis now is that a pandemic is being used to justify an end-run around constitutional rights, an end-run around pluralist society, and so the vehicle – the mechanism – that the general public might use to fight for their version of a ‘reset’ is on the verge of disappearing.

In many ways this means that now is the final moment. We ask – whose great reset, ours or theirs?"

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Lyndhurst 18 points ago +18 / -0

Maybe his inner snapping turtle kicked some ass. It wouldn't be the first time a senator got the job done the old fashion way.

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Lyndhurst 2 points ago +2 / -0

"An important part of combating Cultural Marxism is simply studying social history and the history of ideas. To take an example of low-hanging fruit, America, the West and white people did not invent slavery, however they did more to eradicate it from the face of the earth than anyone else. Mental gymnastics are often required to argue against even the most basic refutations of Cultural Marxism and such mental gymnastics often expose the proponents of Cultural Marxism as uneducated, unprincipled or just plain wrong.

Finally, reject political guilt. Those who push guilt do so in bad faith as a form of weaponizing the Western sense of fair play. If the West is responsible for slavery and genocide – which, in limited cases it is, but it is by no means unique in this regard – it is also responsible for vaccines, sanitation and the massive decline in child mortality rates. You are not individually responsible for either the great moral crimes of Western history, nor its great technological successes. The correct answer is a nuanced picture that takes the good with the bad and sees Western civilization as a constant work in progress, rather than a static conspiracy designed to rob everyone but “old, rich, white men” of their due."

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Lyndhurst 4 points ago +4 / -0

"An important part of combating Cultural Marxism is simply studying social history and the history of ideas. To take an example of low-hanging fruit, America, the West and white people did not invent slavery, however they did more to eradicate it from the face of the earth than anyone else. Mental gymnastics are often required to argue against even the most basic refutations of Cultural Marxism and such mental gymnastics often expose the proponents of Cultural Marxism as uneducated, unprincipled or just plain wrong.

Finally, reject political guilt. Those who push guilt do so in bad faith as a form of weaponizing the Western sense of fair play. If the West is responsible for slavery and genocide – which, in limited cases it is, but it is by no means unique in this regard – it is also responsible for vaccines, sanitation and the massive decline in child mortality rates. You are not individually responsible for either the great moral crimes of Western history, nor its great technological successes. The correct answer is a nuanced picture that takes the good with the bad and sees Western civilization as a constant work in progress, rather than a static conspiracy designed to rob everyone but “old, rich, white men” of their due."

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