On how not to extrapolate.

Some conservatives, as well as some liberals, have been trying to belabor the point that to deny Sarah Huckabee Sanders service at one restaurant once is a grave violation of civil rights and an inexcusable act on par with denying service to minorities in general, as it used to be in the times of Jim … Continue reading On how not to extrapolate.

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On the Sarah Huckabee Sanders imbroglio and the hypocritical calls for civility.

Much has been going on about how the left's reactions to Trump are "hysterical" or "uncivil", completely ignoring the fact that Barack Obama, for instance, spent all of his eight years in power being viciously attacked and falsely accused of being a dictator by right-wing loons. Effigies of him were hung from trees and racist … Continue reading On the Sarah Huckabee Sanders imbroglio and the hypocritical calls for civility.

New post coming up and an interesting political quiz.

I am working on a new post for tomorrow, but for now, I will leave this here. It's a fun little political quiz that is among one of the best I've found on the Internet as far as these diversions go, so you might have fun with it. Just click this link and enjoy.┬áMy results … Continue reading New post coming up and an interesting political quiz.

Call-out culture does a disservice to liberalism.

This year's Winter Games are reaching their twilight and they have not been without their share of drama; some of it good, as dramatic competitions played out and athletes went above and beyond the call of duty, acting in ways true to the spirit of the Olympics; some of it bad, as was the case … Continue reading Call-out culture does a disservice to liberalism.