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I am a conservative, libertarian constitutionalist, and a staunch defender of free speech, regardless of ideology or IQ. Always let stupid people talk. It makes them easier to identify.

Leaving our children as free as our parents left us is a war without end. Best we quit whining about it, and get to fighting it.

I would be interested in hearing any counter-arguments to what Angelo Codevilla has to say here:

There I was watching a YouTube video about digital minimalism on my iPad, when an attack of irony hit me so hard I had to pause the video momentarily to recover. Now smoking an entirely analog cigar therapeutically. Recovering nicely, thank you.

If an unvaccinated man seeks entry at a federal building without a mask and self identifies as a fully vaccinated woman, which one of these false statements would the government accept as true?

We need to start somewhere. Here are my thoughts on amendments an Article V Convention of States should propose.

Watching a Federalist Society Zoom webinar. The speaker is a highly respected legal scholar. From the office where he is speaking, the bookshelf behind him is filled with books about wine.

Doh! I knew I should have gone to law school.

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.

- Edmund Burke

My wife's company has a "culture" of having everyone on video for every remote call. At first, I thought that sounded kinda nice.

Then I discovered that every time I'm in the middle of an audio only call, and someone is sharing really important information onscreen, she starts one of her video group hugs, and my call goes to crap.

Now, I just think her company is infested with self-absorbed, narcissistic twats.

It's all about perspective.

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