Tag Archives: crime

Lock `em Up — Missing the Point

I’m responding to this temper tantrum. I’ll summarize, so if it matters to you, then think deeply enough to see the connections. You may notice how the article points out that crime is rising, and that it was rising well … Continue reading

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Microsoft Is Not Your Friend

Just a reminder that Microsoft is no better than the others, and has been at it longer than most of Big Tech. The story is that MS is back to their old tricks of buying out smaller outfits and either … Continue reading

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Patient Heart, Clear Head

An offline discussion inspires me to write a review of some things. There are, in fact, more conspiracies than you can shake a stick at; most theories about conspiracies have major flaws. Too often they are based on false assumptions. … Continue reading

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Filling the Void

Stop for a moment and focus. Listen to your heart. How empty must a man be to invest millions of dollars in a private island for which the sole purpose is getting away with child molestation? Perhaps we could understand … Continue reading

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There Would Be Nothing Left

If you boycotted every business that was dishonest, you would buy nothing at all from anyone. If you protested every agency that harbored secret corruption, there would be nothing left that you didn’t protest. That may be fine for a … Continue reading

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Just a Silly Story 14

I’m going to pare this article down to its essence. First there is a high correlation between locations in the US where there is a high percentage of: 1. Undocumented immigrants 2. Urban areas controlled by Democrats 3. MS-13 arrests … Continue reading

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The Fixer 09

The next attempt targeted Ned. It was just two days later that Tim had sent him down to the state’s corporation records office. For once, they were on a case trying absolve someone — a senator — of false accusations. … Continue reading

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