Proactivity Rules

McConnell should immediately make a floor speech, and issue a “sense of the Senate” document stating clearly that the chamber he leads will not ever hold a trial or even consider any pseudo-article of impeachment issued by a secret House-member cabal.  Our Constitution clearly states that only the House of RepresentativeS may issue a lawful article.  Notice that “S“, denoting plural, meaning the House as an entire, inclusive entity.  Schiff’s committee has no authority by itself, nor does Pelosi.  All other blather and bickering is irrelevant and should be ignored by McConnell.  The corner Nancy has painted herself and the socialist Democrat party into is inescapable without severe political damage to them, no matter what the outcome of an impeachment inquiry vote might be, and no matter if they never vote as the House.  Trump ensured that by releasing the conversation transcript, despite doubters of his strategy, as usual.  I’m stocked up on popcorn, tears-of-joy towels, and confidence in President Trump.  Don’t be a nail-biter, naysayer or worrier; rather, join the fun.  Our only task is to personally do whatever we can to promote and facilitate getting out the Freedom voters for the election.  That is all, Ratters!

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I suspect Russian Collusion in …

the victory of the Oregon Ducks over the Washington Huskies. I am not saying the double dealing Great Adventure is a traitor. I would never cast aspersions on my dear friend. He does seemed well groomed and likes borscht though. And that dating of Natasha in college is just a coincidence that could happen to anyone who wants to hide their double life. I want to congratulation him on his Vladivostok Victory. I wonder how it feels to betray a country and everyone in it.

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“Progressivism” in two tweets

Arrogant, elitist bullies. That about sums up the political philosophy of “progressivism” and a fair fraction of that ideology’s adherents. I know a lot of progs, and I’m sure many of them would deny being bullies. They certainly don’t deny seeing themselves as superior (woke in their lingo), manifestly smarter and more sophisticated than the rest of us (i.e., deplorables), and oh so committed to Diversity, Inclusion, and Tolerance. But bullies? Oh, no – how could someone who preaches incessantly and sincerely about tolerance and equality and justice and cries real tears for the less fortunate possibly be a bully?

The defining essence of the bully is the desire for power and control. Ultimately, the rationale for power seeking, as well as the outcome, does not matter. When bullies encounter a perceived inferior, they go on the attack. It is their nature.  They will threaten, shame, censor, cancel, and mob anything and anyone that flinches or shows any other weakness, without pause or mercy, which is why the worst thing you can ever do to a prog is to apologize.... [Read More]

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College Football 2019 – Week 6

October has arrived, and this first weekend of the new month gives us some good games to look forward to.

In the Atlantic Coast Conference, the North Carolina Tar Heels 🦶 head to Atlanta to face the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 🐝, the Miami Hurricanes 🌪  host the Virginia Tech Hokies 🦃 , the Boston College Eagles 🦅 are on the road at the Louisville Cardinals 🐦, and the Duke Blue Devils 🔵 😈 defend home against the visiting Pittsburgh Panthers 🐆 .... [Read More]

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Cancel Culture: When you’ve Lost MIT…

MIT logoRecently we discussed how Richard Stallman had been hounded out of his long-term positions at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Free Software Foundation (which he founded).  Well, if there’s one thing you can depend upon with Social Justice Warrior (SJW) outrage mobs, one scalp is never enough, and they have to keep nailing them to the rubble of institutions they’re destroying until they completely collapse.

Now they’re going after Prof. Seth Lloyd, a pioneer in the field of quantum computing, author of Programming the Universe, and explorer of the ultimate physical limits to computation.  Prof. Lloyd cited funding from Jefferey Epstein in 19 of his published papers, and is claimed to have visited Epstein in prison.  On 2019-08-22, Lloyd published a letter in which he apologised for his associations with Epstein.  Apologies and groveling only incite the mob.... [Read More]

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Mathless in Seattle

Back in May 2006, the Seattle Public Schools distinguished themselves by publishing “Definitions of Racism” which was deservedly mocked and thrown into the Memory Hole, but not before Fourmilab snagged, and preserved for all time, this verbatim copy, which remains a frequently-cited document on our site.

Well, here they go again.  Now we have this document, dated 2019-08-20, titled “K-12 Math Ethnic Studies Framework” [PDF].  (I have linked to the original document on their Web site.  If it disappears under a tsunami of scorn, like the “Definitions of Racism” screed, be assured I have a copy squirreled away which I shall immortalise.)... [Read More]

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This is so sad.

[Bad language at the link.]
https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/happened-mark-hamills-son-got-210000237.html

I don’t get the calculation in the article of it’s terrible for a child to have one parent but just fine and dandy to end the child’s life. It makes me sick the anthem of “I am not ready to be a parent.” by people who doing parent creating things.... [Read More]

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“I’m a taxpayer. You work for me.”

Here is Thomas Homan, former director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), testifying at a House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Citizenship hearing.  Wait for the end when the Democrat chairbeing tries to hammer him into silence.

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College Football 2019 – Week 5

Autumn has finally arrived, but the action on the field (and the sidelines) remains as hot as ever! Here are some of this week’s games.

The Atlantic Coast Conference has the Syracuse Orange 🍊 defending home against the Holy Cross Crusaders 🗡, the North Carolina Tar Heels 🦶 host the defending champion #1 Clemson Tigers 🐅, the N.C. State Wolfpack 🐺 face the Florida State Seminoles 🏹 on the road, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 🐝 are also on the road at the Temple Owls 🦉, and the #10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish ☘️ have a showdown with the #18 Virginia Cavaliers 🤺 in South Bend.... [Read More]

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Greta the Mindless Climate Puppet

Here, if you can take it, is Greta Thunberg at the United Nations today, scolding the generations who created the comfortable world into which she was born.  It takes a stern equanimity to make it to the end.

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Trolling the NPCs

Normies and NPCs* freak out in Massachusetts over signs posted around town that read “Islam Is RIGHT About Women.” The most fun element of this is the confused looks on the faces of the individuals interviewed and the news-robots reporting. They don’t understand the message but they’re certain it’s hate speech.

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College Football 2019 – Week 4

Week 4 is upon us, as is summer’s end. As the Autumn equinox looms, the competition on the field is red-hot, as are the sirens of the sidelines. 😎

In Atlantic Coast Conference action, the Pittsburgh Panthers 🐆 host the #15 UCF Knights 🛡, the Louisville Cardinals 🐦 play the Florida State Seminoles 🏹 in Tallahassee, the Boston College Eagles 🦅 seek to bounce back against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 🏰 , the N.C. State Wolfpack 🐺 play the visiting Ball State Cardinals 🐦, and the Charlotte 49ers ⛏ take on the defending champion #1 Clemson Tigers 🐅.... [Read More]

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