Stanford’s Cultural Arson

Stanford University has decided to rename its buildings to ease the hurt butts of militarized students and Amerind grievance-mongers, distancing itself from a piece of California history called Junipero Serra, an influential and amazingly accomplished Catholic priest who was instrumental in founding the famous California Missions as well as the cities of San Francisco and … Continue reading Stanford’s Cultural Arson

Terrorist Attacks California Republican California man arrested for trying to stab Republican Congress candidate Published time: 12 Sep, 2018 01:39 Alameda County police have arrested a knife-wielding man who reportedly attacked congressional candidate Rudy Peters with a switchblade after making “disparaging remarks” about the GOP. The suspect in the assault on Peters, who was only referred to as … Continue reading Terrorist Attacks California Republican

The Tradcon Leopard’s Spots

Vox Day clued me in to a good summary of Tradcon theology in the form of an online petition. He was cautiously optimistic. ( Me, I see only proof that mercy is wasted on people who make bank off being wrong about Christ. The following "Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel" petition is signed … Continue reading The Tradcon Leopard’s Spots

Teenage Techie Ninja Slackers

Wandering the 'Net, I came across this little gem of a paragraph tucked deep in an old movie review of "The Tuxedo". Ah, Jackie Chan, you were a great way to spend the 1980s.  Hollywood has many action movie actors but you were the one and only action movie blooper actor. Anyway, Having … Continue reading Teenage Techie Ninja Slackers

Dwayne Dixon, Professor of Domestic Terrorism

I'll be letting the pictures/videos do most of the talking on this but first, this followup on the vandalism of Confederate statue Silent Sam. VIDEO: UNC prof charged with assault at Confederate statue toppling By Rob Shimshock and Celine Ryan, 6 Sept. 2018 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill police charged a professor with … Continue reading Dwayne Dixon, Professor of Domestic Terrorism