Tag: silliness

Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Grateful for What’s Not Happening

 

Watching riots, fires, attacks on law enforcement and listening to the idiotic decisions of mayors and governors is enough to drive any sane person over the edge. I try to limit my viewing of these incidents or reading about people taking steps to damage their cities and states.

And then I remind myself that I have so very much to be grateful for, regarding and in spite of coronavirus:

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Did you know that enforcing border control and immigration laws will lead to Government-run Eugenics? I didn’t, until I read this. The drive to control immigration is rooted in the search for ever more ways to control the choices and behaviors of American citizens. It is rooted in the government’s presumed control over the demographic […]

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Gregor Samsa, if You Only Knew!

 

Kitab_al-Bulhan_--_devilHow does a man feel about his wife making a life out of promiscuity? Well, this one is writing in New York Magazine, so he does not call it adultery: He says he’s a feminist.

That’s right folks, this guy is here to tell you, you men ain’t feminists until you approve of being traduced. If your wife isn’t climbing into bed with you to tell you about whomever she’s been busy with making the beast with two backs — you ain’t feminist, not really!

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Because I have a real job, my response to Jason’s original invective has been delayed. Jason Rudert has not been a member as long as I have, so he has no right to criticism of my behavior in any way whatsoever. But now he has the gall to attack me in a direct and flagrant […]

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