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Daniel Greenfield translates rabbit speak

Good thing too. I was wondering.


Painfully funny. Here’s a sample.

How to talk like a social justice crybully.

“All non-social justice forms of speech are hate speech. These include supporting Trump, quoting the Bill of Rights or refusing to check your privilege. Checking your privilege determines how much free speech you really have. The privileged have the least free speech because of their burden of privilege and the underprivileged are privileged with the widest latitude of free speech.
This includes bursting into the library and shouting racial slurs while everyone is studying for their finals.”

You want to read the rest. Check the comments, too.

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Foolish people think President Trump doesn’t know what he’s doing.

Maybe it’s because the complexity is difficult to distill; maybe it’s because some just can’t give President Trump any credit; or maybe it’s because the scope is too challenging to comprehend against the constant belittlement meme du jour; regardless of reason, President Trump is fundamentally realigning international geo-political alliances and almost no-one is connecting the […]

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The First Stone

An infuriating habit explained. Instinct over intellect? Seems it all is.

According To Hoyt

Some of you might be wondering why I get so worked up over relatively unpopular or strange cases and why I invariably take the position of defending incredibly flawed individuals.

I was thinking about it myself yesterday.

I can’t remember, and I’m too lazy to look it up, whether I defended the guy who made the movie “The Innocence of Muslims” — I can’t remember his name now — you know the guy that our entire government decided, apropos nothing to blame for the Benghazi attacks, arrest, drag to jail.

I might not have written about him, since that was kind of close to when I came out of the political closet, so it might have been in the “in the closet time.”

However, I remember being horrified and anguished over his arrest, even in the middle of the horrors perpetrated on our people in Benghazi, with our government’s supine…

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China Warns North Korea Situation Has Hit “Tipping Point”, Threatens “Never Before Seen” Measures, by Tyler Durden


Trump’s bombing of Syria, and his making North Korea China’s problem, may be having the desired effect. From Tyler Durden at

After warnings yesterday, and on the heels of a “very good call” with President Trump, China has escalated its threats to North Korea over its nuclear tests. In another Global Times op-ed, China warns “if the North makes another provocative move this month, the Chinese society will be willing to adopt severe restrictive measures that have never been seen before…”

Yesterday’s editorial in the military-focused Global Times tabloid, owned and operated by the Communist Party’s People’s Daily newspaper, said that North Korea’s nuclear activities must not jeopardize northeastern China, and that if the North impacts China with its illicit nuclear tests through either “nuclear leakage or pollution”, then China will respond with force.

“China has a bottom line that it will protect at all costs, that is…

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The North Korea Reframe, by Scott Adams


If Scott Adams’ hypothesis doesn’t sound plausible, read the next post. From Adams on a guest post at

Prior U.S. presidents framed the North Korean nuclear program as a problem between the United States and North Korea, with China as an unhelpful third party with its own interests. That framing was weak and useless. North Korea did whatever it wanted to do.

President Trump recently changed the frame. Now it’s not so much a problem between the United States and North Korea as it is a branding battle between China and the U.S., with North Korea being the less-important part of the equation. President Trump has said clearly and repeatedly that if China doesn’t fix the problem in its own backyard, the USA will step in to do what China couldn’t get done.

See the power in that framing? China doesn’t want a weak “brand.”

With the new framing…

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