Category Archives: Politics

The 2020 Democratic Presidential Contenders: Invisible Primary Edition

The Democratic presidential primary is pretty damn interesting, since the polling front-runners are two men in their late 70s who might not run, four other Senators who are seen as top-tier contenders are struggling in the single digits, and the … Continue reading

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2018 Election Preferences

For what it’s worth, I thought I’d list my preferences in certain elections in the upcoming midterms, if only to be able to refer to it later. I do want Republicans to maintain overall control of the US Senate. In … Continue reading

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A BS Allegation Against Brett Kavanaugh

The Brett Kavanaugh hearing is one of the most interesting news items of the last decade. It touches on so many issues, involving sexual assault, male culture, how seriously we should take one allegation, media bias, etc. On the Kavanaugh … Continue reading

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The Best Candidate Since Ike

An year ago, I made the argument on another forum that John McCain was the best General Election candidate either political party has had for President since General Dwight Eisenhower, so with his passing, it seems to be a good … Continue reading

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The James Gunn Fiasco

James Gunn was recently fired from Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 because of stupid things he had written years ago. Many are upset because his firing is due to comments exposed by Mike Cernovich, but there is another facet … Continue reading

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Both Sides and the Supreme Court

Donald Trump has made his second nomination for the Supreme Court, and some Democrats are pissed, with a push to increase the court to eleven the next time they have the White House and the Senate (They don’t seem to … Continue reading

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On Virtue Signalling

I had an argument on politics where the phrase “virtue signalling” popped up. I realized that the other guy and I were coming at the topic from different angles. He focused on people who were insincere in their stated convictions, … Continue reading

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