Category: Tai-chi Policy


Which was this past Sunday, in case you missed it.

Anyhow, here are some of the horribly wrong predictions environmental alarmists have given over the years, as well as a few other things to keep in mind about the entire movement.

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In Gardena, California the authorities did their job. And the shooting didn’t happen. And therefore it didn’t make the news.

She created a bureau that is unaccountable to Congress, and is angry that its powers aren’t being abused in the way she wants them to be, but according to others’ agenda.

The left keeps on wanting to talk about guns, and maybe there’s a discussion to be had there. But so many relatively recent mass shootings have also involved failures of government at almost every level. Where is the accountability?

An interview by John Stossel.

You can change magazines when you go through one.

It doesn’t matter if it’s high capacity or not.

Maybe it’s a bit heavy handed, but a high percentage of those sorts of individuals require constant medication.

Guess what? Diabetics can’t serve in the military either.

Fantastic.

They almost entirely stem from inflated costs due to union contracts – double what Europe and Asia pay.

We’re spending incredible amounts of money subsidizing education that will have incredibly poor return on investment.

Is PC Over?

I certainly hope so.

This man has spent more than $1 million just trying to get approval to turn a laundromat he owns into an apartment building. And still they want to study if the laundromat is “historical”.

A bit of a rant that’s worth the read.

As in, the charges were just dropped for the statues they vandalized, at least in one instance.

There’s a case to be made for removing all these statues of old Democrats…but I don’t think there’s a case to be made for removing them via protesting mob.

An amusing satire.

Summarized at Drudge.

The penalty for being economically and environmentally ignorant in the name of politics.

Worth reading.

Western Societies are changing in noticeable ways from the influx of Muslim refugees and immigrants. Some of those changes, like the return of rickets from people wearing burkhas, the random terrorist stabbing attacks, or the spike in sex crimes are values we shouldn’t allow to be imported.

Good.