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  • Timothy Lane on Truth or Consequences: Of course, in both Fahrenheit 451 and Brazil there are people not ground down by the system. Note that… Feb 21, 11:06
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: Some of the work of Terry Gilliam and others show us as these passive beasts overcome by the system. Think… Feb 21, 10:25
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: Maybe these people are just phonies who were not that good, or are no longer that good and simply wanted… Feb 21, 10:03
  • Kung Fu Zu on Truth or Consequences: I think the Preacher might have been the first "editor." Feb 21, 09:54
  • Timothy Lane on Truth or Consequences: Well, if the Preacher was indeed a troll, then he was anonymous. I checked in wikipedia, and it's commonly… Feb 21, 09:50
  • Kung Fu Zu on Truth or Consequences: I have no personal stake in anyone winning or losing. It just all looks the same to me. Meaningless.… Feb 21, 09:40
  • Kung Fu Zu on Truth or Consequences: Maybe these people are just phonies who were not that good, or are no longer that good and simply wanted… Feb 21, 09:29
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: I was sitting in a sports bar last week having lunch. Every wall had a big-screen TV. I caught a… Feb 21, 09:24
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: Jesus was a troll of sorts regarding the Pharisees and others in the power structure. Being a troll isn’t necessarily… Feb 21, 09:17
  • Kung Fu Zu on Truth or Consequences: I admit it, I have not watched any of this Olympics. Feb 21, 09:16
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: This likely has nothing to do with Trump. It’s just coincidence. People have been falling on the snow and ice… Feb 21, 09:12
  • Timothy Lane on Truth or Consequences: That's an interesting idea, the Preacher as perhaps the first troll. After all, he said that he was (not… Feb 21, 09:09
  • Timothy Lane on Truth or Consequences: I do like the point that mayhe toxic hate isn't conducive to good performance. Maybe that, ultimately, is why… Feb 21, 09:06
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: I was reading a little background on that particular section of Ecclesiastes 1. The long assumption is that Solomon wrote… Feb 21, 08:53
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: Here are some apparent consequences. Thomas Lifson has a short post about Another Trump-hating Olympian wipes out.… Feb 21, 08:43
  • Timothy Lane on Truth or Consequences: There are many famous quotes from Ecclesiastes, though I don't know if they're from chapter 1. There's the section… Feb 21, 08:27
  • pst4usa on Truth or Consequences: Great post Deana, I think this line really nails the problem the left has, "Maybe if we scream it loudly… Feb 21, 07:19
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: I was thinking about Ecclesiastes 1 the other day. (“All is vanity.”) Versus 1 to 18 are some of the… Feb 20, 20:48
  • Kung Fu Zu on Truth or Consequences: To quote Pogo, "We have met the enemy and he is us." I am fairly convinced that… Feb 20, 13:01
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: We wrote the same thing to Timothy. Great minds and all that. 🙂 Feb 20, 12:35
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: I do miss the curling. It's the one sort of anti-sport sport that I learned to love when I had… Feb 20, 12:24
  • Timothy Lane on Truth or Consequences: I read years ago that the frog problem was caused by a fungus -- but one brought in by the… Feb 20, 12:23
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: Ten was such a generous figure. God was so easily bargained-down that me thinks that Mr. Omniscient already knew that… Feb 20, 12:17
  • Deana Chadwell on Truth or Consequences: The frog problem is really funny -- well, not for the frogs, but for us. I've also lost all interest… Feb 20, 12:11
  • Deana Chadwell on Truth or Consequences: You know, I always assumed that God, being omniscient, knew there were not 10 righteous people there when He… Feb 20, 12:09
  • Brad Nelson on Truth or Consequences: The Parkland shooting proves that our culture is a disaster, not that our gun policies are. I don’t disagree… Feb 20, 11:58
  • Timothy Lane on Truth or Consequences: A fine analysis, but one little correction: God promised Abraham that he would save Soddom and Gomorrah if he… Feb 20, 11:09
  • Kung Fu Zu on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: That would, probably, have been worse than Philby as head of MI6. Feb 19, 16:07
  • Timothy Lane on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: Henry Wallace, if he had been elected in 1948 (and presumably if FDR had died during his 3rd term, when… Feb 19, 15:43
  • Kung Fu Zu on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: I believe almost all of this material is now made public and the left will still not admit how much… Feb 19, 14:45
  • Timothy Lane on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: Not all of it was usable in court. Wiretapping without a warrant was legal, but the resulting evidence could… Feb 19, 14:20
  • Kung Fu Zu on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: I have read the M. Stanton Evans book and found it very credible. What amazed me,… Feb 19, 14:13
  • Timothy Lane on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: I've read biographies by Arthur Herman and M. Stanton Evans of Joseph McCarthy (as well as Buckley's biographical novel), so… Feb 19, 14:09
  • Kung Fu Zu on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: Thankfully, Whitaker Chambers became disillusioned with the Communist Party and blew-up a good portion of the Soviet spying apparatus in… Feb 19, 12:37
  • Timothy Lane on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: As the saying goes, you're not paranoid if they're really after you. Feb 19, 11:43
  • David Schmalz on Book Review: Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat: It wasn't just Alger Hiss, but Whitaker Chambers and a host of others. All associated with the Democrat party that… Feb 19, 11:29
  • Brad Nelson on Race and IQ: Timothy, I’ll state for the record that I might be out of phase regarding human nature. The Left’s belief is… Feb 18, 12:06
  • Timothy Lane on Race and IQ: That individual vs. group quality is extremely important here. Blacks have, in effect, an IQ bell-curve to the left… Feb 18, 10:28
  • Brad Nelson on Race and IQ: Real Americans don’t flinch from the facts of race. If some races, by and large, score better on I.Q. tests,… Feb 18, 09:32
  • Brad Nelson on Race and IQ: Be sure to include Martin Heidegger, Mr. Kung. Feb 18, 09:25
  • Brad Nelson on 37 Calorie Brownies: You're welcome, PW. Have you actually baked these brownies yet? I would love to get your impressions of them. Feb 18, 09:23
  • PW on 37 Calorie Brownies: Thanks! Feb 18, 08:31
  • Steve Lancaster on Race and IQ: LOL It also makes us the target, one of many reason I favor open carry of any weapon I… Feb 17, 07:39
  • Kung Fu Zu on Race and IQ: A pretty good case can be made that Nazism had its roots in Malthus, Darwin and Nietzsche. A better group… Feb 16, 20:39
  • Timothy Lane on Race and IQ: I can certainly say that KFZ's point about the usefulness of IQ is all too often quite valid. My… Feb 16, 17:11
  • Kung Fu Zu on Book and Movie Review: Exodus: Should I run across a bio of Angleton in my local lending library, I will probably check it out and… Feb 16, 15:30
  • Kung Fu Zu on Race and IQ: I have no doubt that Jack the Ripper was a very bright fellow. Lenin was a… Feb 16, 14:36
  • Brad Nelson on Race and IQ: I agree with all that, Mr. Kung. Intelligence without the guiding influence of wisdom and benevolence is worse than merely… Feb 16, 14:30
  • Kung Fu Zu on Race and IQ: I have long believed that intelligence is the most overrated characteristic of a person. I find honesty, integrity, kindness, understanding,… Feb 16, 14:24
  • Brad Nelson on Race and IQ: I don’t know what my I.Q. rating is. Maybe something like 109. I forget. Some of it no doubt has… Feb 16, 14:06