Book Store Irony

A few ironies on display in Texan book stores: 1. Book People, downtown Austin. In 2019, Communism rages so hard in intellectual circles that arch-Liberal Alan Dershowitz is sorted under Conservative Politics. 2. Half Price Books flagship store, Dallas Liberal self-reverence goes self-reference. Two books by Al Franken aptly illustrate Liberal hypocracy. The “Giant of … Continue reading Book Store Irony

The Arriviste

The Economist, an English infotainment magazine, as incredible as it now may seem, once upon a time was a serious publication with a limited but distingished audience. It contained insightful articles about economy and related subjects. After having sunk precipitously for quite some time, it has now arrived where it apparently wants to belong. Among … Continue reading The Arriviste

S.O.D. #10: Cerebral Meltdown Ceremony

Sometimes, fake news media is making my job much too easy. Recent reports on a geological development on Iceland include both the unsubstantiated claim that carbon-dioxide-emission driven global warming was its cause and the incontrovertible refutation thereof. What is left for me to do except to call abject stupidity? This is really as stupid as … Continue reading S.O.D. #10: Cerebral Meltdown Ceremony

Evan Sayet’s Four Laws of Modern Liberalism

Taken from The Kindergarden of Eden. See Evan Sayet’s speech here. Läs denna text på svenska här. 1. Indiscriminateness—the total rejection of the intellectual process—is an absolute moral imperative. 2. Indiscriminateness of thought does not lead to indiscriminateness of policies. It leads to siding only and always with the lesser over the better, the wrong … Continue reading Evan Sayet’s Four Laws of Modern Liberalism

Fake News: The Bleeding Heart of The Economist

In a leader appearing in the June 16th issue of The Economist, an English main-stream media publication, a case is made that Russia should free Russian film maker Oleg Sentsov, who has been imprisoned under harsh conditions for making his political views public, political views which embarrass the political leadership of Russia. It is a … Continue reading Fake News: The Bleeding Heart of The Economist