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12 Apr
A corporate oligarchy is going to financial blackmail states into resisting the overwhelming will of the people to secure election integrity — with voter ID favored at 75% regardless of party in recent polling.

We’ve already seen GA punished. And Noem & Hutchinson cave...
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Some “principled” conservatives will continue to argue that corporations, being privately owned, have an absolute right to act as political advocates. But this is now at the collusion stage — w MLB, eg., costing Atlanta businesses over $100 million for the “crime” of...
...being a R run state. This kind of bullying is going to lead to people afraid to vote their conscience for fear of losing their livelihoods at the whim of a woke corporate oligarchy. This is essentially voter intimidation on an unconscionable scale.

What it most certainly...
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14 Mar
If they love a QB, I have no problem w them taking one. But they’ll have to move up most likely for anyone save Mac Jones, & even he may go. I’d like to see them trade back if possible, pick up capital for next draft & some this draft, & target CB Newsome. Use the bonus 2 on...
OT or edge, depending on what happens w Von Miller. I’d use another second on either Molden or a Baron Browning, depending on how free agency goes.

Lock was good down the stretch throwing to a punt returner, a possession receiver, and some rookies. It was our DB injuries...
...that killed us.

I think if Lock really knows the offense this season, he won’t be late with his throws. I also think that if he improves his footwork his accuracy takes a leap. I heard he’d been working with someone on that, but I can’t confirm it.

The path will be...
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21 Feb
So he’s just a paler Eric Holder? Wow, who’d have guessed it?

We really dodged a bullet when Garland was being pushed as a SCOTUS Justice.

He and Roberts together would have turned Court rulings into transcripts from an episode of Dr Phil.

That being said, his new role...
...seems to be aimed at advocating for race-based justice, then squelching dissent by labeling it hate speech and domestic extremism.

We’re at full totalitarianism, people.

It was ALWAYS about language and who lays claim to the ownership of meaning: the individual, or some..
...”interpretive community” who contends that what they hear is dispositive, regardless of any originary intent.

— that is, mob rule — where the mob oftentimes is incentivized or taught to interpret in ways that serve themselves and demonize those who stand against them.

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16 Feb
My entire family had Covid and today we’re out of quarantine. We couldn’t get any doctors locally to prescribe *any* therapeutics — Satch, in fact, went to the hospital and they gave him Tylenol.

As a prophylaxis, I’d been taking Quercetin, elemental zinc (50 mg), vitamin C...
(1000 mg), vitamin D (10,000). This is the regimen I put Satch and my wife on once it was clear we had it. This is the low-risk treatment protocol recommended by Dr Zelenko, among others. Tanner, who is 8, needed nothing but a day or two of rest.

For me, I called Dr Zelenko...
...and we added HCQ (200 mg twice a day for 5 days), Ivermectin (6mg 2x in the same day), and a zpac (4 days). I also take a vitamin K.

Within a day my pulse ox went from 92 to 96; Satch went from 93 to 98.

The key is to get treatment when you begin to feel symptoms, even..
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6 Feb
150 NYT reporters are wrong, for reasons I explained on proteinwisdom.com for 18 years.

In the sidebar, just click on “intentionaliam”.

Here’s the nut: the ONLY thing that makes language language is intent — either the intent to mean, or the intent of the...
...receiver of a text to see the text as a text. If the receiver agrees that what they are engaging is in fact a text, they are acknowledging that it is a product of some agency with intent.

Where the poststructuralists break out the slight of hand — which they use to...
...claim power over a text — is when they privilege their own intentions, and so their own signification of the marks that make up a text, and then attribute their own interpretations to the “meaning” of the author or utterer.

This is a pure power move, and moreover...
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21 Jan
Who the fuck cares? He lowered taxes, brought real wage growth up from the bottom, brokered peace deals, kept us out of hot wars, unmasked the atrocious mainstream press, curbed illegal immigration, returned manufacturing, and -- pre-pandemic -- had the best job numbers...
...for nearly every demographic, ever.

Joe Biden is not fit for the job. He's a puppet. A Potemkin President. He's Obama's secret third term. In two days, he's nullified womanhood, surrendered energy independence, and cost thousands of union jobs while paving the way...
...for an influx of cheap labor, which will only hurt the blue collar working class in a time when we're trying to recover from an economic crisis caused by ill-advised lockdowns.

On top of that, he then wants to raise taxes on 82% of the population -- which doesn't include...
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30 Dec 20
First thing I’d do is go to the App Store and download the Knife Steel Composition app. Then visit here for an overview of knife steel broken down from premium to budget: bladehq.com/cat--Best-Knif…

What steel you choose will depend on the tasks you’ll use the knife for.

There...
...will be a series of trade offs you’ll have to make, based again on intended usage: are you looking for edge retention, hardness, toughness, corrosion resistance, ease of sharpening, etc? For instance, some of your budget steels won’t hold an edge very long, but they’re...
...easy to sharpen; whereas some of your premium steels hold an edge very well, but they are difficult to sharpen.

Similarly, you’ll find some very hard knives that are prone to micro chipping, just as you’ll find some softer knives that are susceptible to edge rolling.

As...
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28 Dec 20
So this morning, @labradorgolden, someone new to the proteinwisdom.com blog (started at the end of 2001), labeled me “a @michaelmalice wannabe.”

I like Malice’s Twitter timeline —I’ve not read his books — but it is typical of a certain type of online “con” to believe...
...history began with his own introduction to internet political engagement.

A reminder: this breakdown of the Pomo move to re-affirm racial separatism — under the self-serving guise of keeping racialism relevant solely as a political and academic tool to carve out a power...
...niche — I first published on in 1996, in an op-Ed that appeared in The Clarion, the campus newspaper at the University of Denver where I was teaching at the time (and then later updated to encompass reaction to the 9/11 attacks). The piece stirred controversy among the...
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21 Dec 20
$900 billion divided among us would be $2700 per person. For a family of 5, that’d be $13,500.

Were that the aim of a stimulus, I’d be for it, though it still would come it at around $340 per week over the course of the shutdown.

Remove those who never missed a paycheck and...
...perhaps that gets bumped to $3000 per person —including those who took pay cuts.

$15000 for a family of five would mitigate the effects of the shutdowns, and many families sure could use it.

Think of it as a form of compensation for a temporary eminent domain settlement...
But of course, that’s not the plan. Instead, the plan is to give Americans the equivalent of under $15 per week for 10 months, while giving Congress $700 million to dole out to big business, climate grifters, and an education establishment that has held our kids hostage.

This..
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20 Dec 20
The left is all-in now on states’ rights & the absolute authority of state Supreme courts to sanctify state law.

Of course, everything they *dont* like about a state laws upheld by a state Supreme Court will be venue-shopped and then overturned by a federal court — using...
...either an incoherent interpretion of 14, or Wickard.

That’s how the game is played, and you have no standing to argue otherwise. Like everything else, standing has become a non-uniformly applied tool to manage us. A nation of laws that more and more interprets those laws...
...as a means to justify our subjugated position as citizens before an increasingly powerful government ruling elite and its permanent bureaucratic functionary appendages.

This is no longer the country of our founding, largely because we have jettisoned real virtue and real...
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17 Dec 20
You’re too late. But there is a way out: by teaching how language — and hermeneutics in particular — works. It may seem reductive to some, but the truth is, once you understand that meaning isn’t democratic — but that it can be made to appear that way — you’ll understand the...
...mechanisms through which postmodernism and poststructuralism attempt to kill off individual autonomy, while at the same time promoting “interpretive communities,” which are themselves just an objective correlative for identity politics; the greatest trick the postmodernists...
...ever pulled was to get individuals voluntarily subsuming their autonomy to some greater whole, be it some identity group narrative, or “history,” or cultural hegemony, etc — each of which, we are told, has its own kind of fatalistic agency that shapes, molds, and perforce...
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14 Dec 20
“Total identification of the collective with the man” is itself a facile observation when framed in this (ludicrous) way. Trump is the elected leader we chose to fight for us. If anything, Flynn is noting that to the left, Trump supporters can be “identified with man,” when...
...in point of fact, the man is but a symbol for the collective, not its godhead. He is the elected embodiment of a movement, not the movement itself.

He’s the tool for protecting liberty, not the granter of liberty.

To suggest there’s some Nazi analogy here is just another..
...thinly-veiled attack on Trump supporters who are reduced to mindless followers rather than Trump’s political creators.

It’s lazy. It’s insulting. And it’s why we shouldn’t want nor need snobbish limpcons like Dreher representing themselves as conservative champions.

They..
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27 Nov 20
Thread.

I’ll add this: protein wisdom and its eclectic and (to my mind) whip smart commentariat, for years anticipated this trajectory. In fact, I described it as “inexorable and inevitable” without a conservative / classical liberal revolution to root out the sophistry...
...underpinning the governing philosophies of progressivism. My first and most frequent target was a weak, compliant, compromised GOPe, which seemed content playing loyal opposition to a de facto corporatist uniparty.

Trump’s populist conservatism ultimately became the tip...
...of the spear in that battle. But that battle was always going to be sabotaged by the GOPe power elite, including its communications and punditry arm.

“Outlawry,” written near a decade ago, was a war cry: proteinwisdom.com/?p=29785

As longtime pw readers know, I was soon...
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25 Nov 20
We’re US citizens who are being told who can be in our homes, when we can leave our homes, what we must wear on our faces, whose business is essential and whose isn’t...

We can be deplatformed for wrongthink, “fact checked” by statist morons, punished for pronouns, shamed for...
...our pigment, and ignored by our representatives.

Next, we’ll be told we can’t defend ourselves and our families from criminals or politicized leftist mobs; we’ll be told what kind of cars we must drive, where to set our thermostats, what our lifestyle needs to be to...
...receive state-run health care. We’ll be told how many windows we can have and what size they must be...

Increasingly, “progressives” are taking over every aspect of our lives. They determine what schools we can choose for our kids, what we are required to learn...

We are...
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25 Nov 20
Here’s my offering on how to move forward in the wake of massive election fraud:

Conservatives and Rs should refuse to vote — en masse — unless protections against voter fraud are put in place. This includes voter ID, paper ballot trails, mandatory signature matching, and ...
...clean voter rolls. It also includes an audit of our media for obvious bias and activism, and the breakup of big tech, which controls the flow and tenor of information meant to inform the populace so that it is voting having considered facts, not media narratives.

The left...
...can declare any mandate it wants in the intentional absence of an opposition vote. But the fact is, those who refuse to vote in light of the intentional refusal by politicians and the DOJ / FBI / FEC etc to secure election integrity, aren’t giving the left a mandate. Instead..
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23 Nov 20
“Cultural grievance” = no, we won’t be silenced by phony “fact checkers” or accusations of our fidelity to Nazism; no, we don’t accept the premises of critical race theory or “white fragility”; no, we don’t think amnesty for illegals sends the right message; no, we don’t...
...believe a corrupt, highly partisan media; no, we don’t accept a two-tiered justice system; no, we don’t want to fight pointless wars; no, we don’t have to respect your credentialism after you prove wrong time and time again; no, we don’t want our jobs outsourced; no, we...
...don’t to surrender our energy independence; no, we don’t want to fete Iran, China, and the Palestinian authority; no, we don’t want government telling us how to act in our homes, or who we can have over; no, we don’t want open borders; no, we don’t want our tax money going...
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23 Nov 20
TruCons have joined with the corrupt legacy media to lump together “Trumpists” with QAnon (most of us still have no clear idea what that even is) in an effort to call for their ouster from the R tent.

These people still think they deserve to speak for all of us, and drive...
...the GOP agenda — which presumably is to return to anodyne critiques of D policies, while being content to affect a moral high ground, even as vicious, unscrupulous leftists continue to eat their lunch.

But here’s the truth: normalizing twerking trannies at kids’ library...
...events isn’t a “blessing of liberty”; it’s another giant leap in the left’s Long March. And we need to begin bracketing the counsel of white paper GOPe types who are more embarrassed by conservative fighters than they are disgusted by the left’s iron-fisted control over...
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22 Nov 20
This is untrue on its face: a repeal of the Trump tax cuts means that 82% of Americans will pay more in taxes. Not “a penny more,” either, but thousands. They’ll also pay offset taxes on goods and services and energy based on policies you hope to implement.

Jobs will be...
Off-shored again; amnesty will create cheap labor and bring with it unemployment and lower wages.

The people who voted for you will learn this lesson good and hard — and can go back to being dependent on the state. Which is of course the *goal* of such policies — along w...
...killing off more and more of the middle class and small businesses. State control needs dependent underclasses.

But it’s not all your fault. After all, you’re just doing what many people do: fortify your power and position by weakening those who’d oppose you.

Free market..
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21 Nov 20
I think the point is, because of the GA consent decree, there was no check on multiple or mail-in balloting. So recounting counterfeit money will get you the same count but doesn’t address the counterfeit. Also, the disqualified ballot rate is (purportedly) low.

Most of the...
...instances I’ve seen wrt statistical anomalies among vote tallies — and we do know vote swapping happened at least once in Oakland County MI — are in swing states where election law protected against late voting, signature fraud, etc.

We really need the full data sets to...
...really audit votes. Ironically, the NYT has provided enough to show algorithms being strategically employed in PA.

And the MIT prof, @va_shiva, has shown similar concerns in MI.

He seems open to being interviewed and scrutinized, so maybe reach out to him? He shows...
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16 Nov 20
Incompetent? Let’s see:
- real bottom-up wage growth
- more money in the pockets of 82% of Americans thru tax cuts
- historically low unemployment, including every minority demographic
- manufacturing returns
- vaccine and therapeutics fast-tracked
- 3 Nobel Peace Prizr noms ...
- no hot wars. Troop drawdowns
- isolated Iran and the Palestinian Authority, leading Gulf states to seek normalization w Israel
- unmasked a corrupt Deep State
- unmasked a media so biased, it is largely considered part of the Democratic Party
- broadened GOP support with...
...blacks, Hispanics, LGBTQ, Muslims, Jews, etc
- on his coattails, picked up between 10-16 House seats; flipped several state houses; held the Senate
- spearheaded a remarkable economic recovery after Covid shutdowns
- created opportunity zones
- enacted criminal justice...
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12 Nov 20
As a matter of principle, I’m resoundingly against compiling enemies lists, bc that’s the kind of thing school shooters & mass-murdering Marxists do.

But another principle I hold dear is ensuring the safety of myself and my family — & that includes economic safety.

So. If...
...today’s “progressives” are advertising their intent to put conservatives and their families on lists for future torment & “retribution” for wrongthink, I think it’s shortsighted not to be ready to counter that strategy.

We need to give no fucks.

You can retain your...
...principles while recognizing that protecting those principles sometimes requires actions that don’t comport with them — but are nevertheless actions that will ultimately protect them in the long term.

The left understands the long game. The left also understands that...
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