Submission and existential freedom

Daniel Greenfield and his essay coming up raises the eternal question that yours truly and many others have long been pondering (most times at the risk of social media rejection/incarceration/banning) to wit – by what rule should a tolerant, secular and open society give carte blanche to intrinsically, unabashedly and irredeemably supremacist, totalitarian, belligerent, subversive…

‘Let’s roll’, a promise never to forget

Sadly, 18 years on, we’re not in this together. Not in any sane way, at least. We have become two countries (or more?) contained in one border. And even that border is under constant attack. One of the countries is a lawless, anti-Constitutional nightmare that seeks increased government control over the citizenry. And all while…

Unraveling Rob’em/#44 corruption

Like unraveling the opening chapter of a current James Bond escapade, or a thriller from the likes of John le Carré, Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum, etal, the latest investigative offering from the pen (well, actually, the keyboard) of ‘sundance’ over at Conservative Treehouse would be ranked right up there with those vaunted story-tellers of spies…

Brexit follies explain Brit globalists

Looking at matters of importance on the positive side, yesterday’s British Parliamentary battle had to happen so that Boris Johnson could expose all Uniparty members in the Tory (ie ‘Conservative’) party. Akin to we Yanks having fearless president Trump expose all the RINOs constantly cavorting with the DemoMarxists. 21 weasels of his own party turned…

Globalist elites versus we the people

There’s a sentiment been floating around Britain and Europe for eons, along the lines of ‘If the EU is so freakin’ great, why isn’t Switzerland, the country with the highest standard of living in Europe, in it?’ – Good question, and the answer is of course, that ‘little Switzerland’ has more fight in its proverbial…