Articles from June 2021



A Ship of Fools

Hope everyone is enjoying the start of Summer, a time to forget about what irritates and enjoy what God, nature (some overlap) and your hard labors provide. In order to put aside the supreme idiocy we are living in this era of instantaneous communication by every means available, used by mass media to launch distortions,

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Enjoy your day (nothing strenuous and no lookups)

1. How many members in SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the US)?2. Of these, how many are female?3. Name just ONE female SCOTUS member.4. Popocatépetl is an active volcano in which country?5. Which historic SCOTUS decision affirmed a citizen’s rights under the Fifth Amendment?6. Typically, there are how many members in the US Senate?7. How many

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Conceptual fallacies

Building on the prior post, there are a number of things within the destruction of culture which involve fooling the citizens to drive benefit to those in positions of power. Sadly, we in this constitutional republic have allowed such concentration of power (money) to flow to one central location. The language is being debased to

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Diogenes redux

I think we are all familiar with the story of Diogenes, walking the streets during daytime, holding a lantern and peering into the faces of passer byes. https://www.worldhistory.org/img/r/p/750×750/2908.jpg.webp?v=1621773002 Ostensibly seeking an honest man, with poor result. Kind of proves that there is nothing new under the sun, as he would face even greater odds of

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