cultural Marxist, useful idiot, and SJW aren't alt-right buzzwords/catchphrases. Those are very real people who should be taken seriously.
I'll give you cuck, trigger, and signaling, though. Those are definitely alt-right buzzwords/catchphrases.
I haven't really bothered tinkering with giving the alt-right folks around here the business. I don't even know who they are, to be honest.
MSM is writing stuff based on 20y/o ex-wife statements....
Ex-wife accused Trump campaign CEO Bannon of anti-Semitic statements
LOS ANGELES – An ex-wife of Donald Trump's new campaign CEO, Stephen Bannon, said Bannon made anti-Semitic remarks when the two battled over sending their daughters to private school nearly a decade ago, according to court papers reviewed Friday by The Associated Press.
That revelation came a day after reports emerged that domestic violence charges were filed 20 years ago against Bannon following an altercation with his then-wife, Mary Louise Piccard.
Anyway. It's too early for a bunch of back and forth dick waving. Heh. I'm going to go do some pushups and have breakfast. Maybe go out on muh porch and listen to the songbirds before the sun comes up.
I tend to go by the good ol' handy dandy Boloney Detection Kit...
Baloney Detection Kit - Warning signs that suggest deception.
The following are suggested as tools for testing arguments and detecting fallacious or fraudulent arguments:
Wherever possible there must be independent confirmation of the facts.
Encourage substantive debate on the evidence by knowledgeable proponents of all points of view.
Thing about science is that there really isn't any right or wrong answer to a given question. The very nature of science demands that we must continue to always ask questions.
It's batsht crazy to scribble up and enforce policy that is based on a theoretical answer to something. The policy is permanent and enforceable whereas the answer in relation to a specific theory is likely temporary and subject to change as more questions are asked with regard to said theory.
But...stuff like this is exactly why it is critical to demand answers from prospective and current leaders as to their position on science. Particularly given that they lead in a time when technology and science impacts policy and ultimately right and pocketbooks of The People.
I used to drink rum back when cuba libre's were popular but I wandered away from it when I found tequila. It's easier to get a man to buy you a body shot than a cuba libre, lol. Anyway, I've rediscovered rum and have been finding mojitos quite enjoyable.
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- "Maxed out" for Ron Paul in '12
- organized & contributed to "One K for Karen K" mini-moneybomb (for Karen Kwiatkowski)
- contributed to the campaigns of Glen Bradley & Justin Amash
- contributions to assorted other endeavors on an "ad hoc" basis (such as Ben Swann's "Truth in Media" project)
- continuing contributions to the Mises Institute & the Tenth Amendment Center
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"A free man must be able to endure it when his fellow men act and live otherwise than he considers proper. He must free himself from the habit, just as soon as something does not please him, of calling for the police." -- Ludwig von Mises, Liberalism (p. 55)
"The evil that a man inflicts on his fellow man injures both - not only the one to whom it is done, but also the one who does it. Nothing corrupts a man so much as being an arm of the law and making men suffer. The lot of the subject is anxiety, a spirit of servility and fawning adulation; but the pharisaical self-righteousness, conceit, and arrogance of the master are no better. [...] The criminal has incurred the penalties of the law, but not the hate and sadism of the judge, the policeman, and the ever lynch-thirsty mob." -- Ludwig von Mises, Liberalism (p. 58) [bold emphasis added]